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Minnesota Art Museum Offers ‘Family-Friendly Demon Summoning Session’

(Molly Bruns, Holder USA) A publicly funded non-profit organization a Minneapolis, Minnesotaorganized a demon summoning ritual called “Lilit the Empathic Demon”, which was billed as a “family-friendly” event.

The Walker Art Center, which welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors a year, described it event as a “playful collective demon summoning session” that employs “ancient Babylonian techniques” and ends with “a somatic movement meditation designed to help you make friends with your shadows.”

Another performance on “how to catch a demon” came before the event, in accordance with the Post Millennial.

This event taught the children how to make a clay pot to catch demons to “meet” them.

The artist who organized the course, Tamar Ettun, had previously created an entire one exhibition in “How to Catch a Demon.”

One of the featured works included a phone number and instructions encouraging customers to “summon” Lilit via text message.

The exhibition attempted to simulate ancient traditions of “Sumerian, Akkadian and Judaic mythology”, showing Lilith in several different forms.

Ettun also rejected “historical gender binarism,” as many demons do.

His art consists of strange representations of Lilith—also known as Lilith—and other demons, all of whom look like a kindergartener’s drawings of monsters in his nightmares.

An article posted on the center’s website explained that Ettun initially came into contact with Lilit “when she was in a nursing home, spending her days and nights in a haunted firehouse-turned-museum tying knots and just finding out she was pregnant.” .

In ancient Jewish writings, Lilith attacked pregnant women, kidnapped babies and men tempted to concupiscence.

The Walker Art Center has a government-granted endowment of millions of dollars, with reported net assets of $243 million in 2011.

Despite the left’s insistence on the separation of church and state, the Church of Satan has been making great strides with government funding.

New York recently erected a peculiar statue of a woman with demonic horns meant to honor the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and his strongly pro-abortion views.


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