💥SPIRIT COOKING— Israel (@_AlphaAnon) July 29, 2023
Back when I first heard this prophecy (2014 prophecy from Kim Clement), I was so confused by this statement.
Political so-called leaders, Hollywood "stars" etc, operate in satanic rituals. As you know about adrenochrome and such things.
This is why there was… pic.twitter.com/eHkYBPHkd9
Spirit Cooking emerged during the 2016 United States presidential election. Please note that conspiracy theories are often based on misinformation, misinterpretations, or deliberate disinformation. They lack credible evidence and are widely discredited by experts and reputable sources.
- Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) Conspiracy: Some conspiracy theorists claimed that Spirit Cooking was evidence of a widespread Satanic cult operating in powerful circles. They alleged that prominent politicians and celebrities were secretly engaging in Satanic rituals, including child abuse and sacrifice. There is no credible evidence to support such claims, and law enforcement investigations have consistently found no evidence of a large-scale Satanic cult network.
- Ties to High-Profile Figures: The leaked emails involving John Podesta and references to Spirit Cooking led some to speculate that prominent political figures were involved in occult practices and secret rituals. As mentioned earlier, these claims were baseless and unfounded.
- Occult Influence on Politics: Some conspiracy theories suggested that the existence of Spirit Cooking implied a hidden influence of occult practices on politics and world events. However, there is no verifiable evidence to support such claims, and they are generally considered conspiracy fiction.
It’s crucial to remember that conspiracy theories often prey on fear and misinformation, and they can be harmful to individuals and society. Critical thinking, skepticism, and reliance on credible sources of information are essential to discern fact from fiction. The Spirit Cooking controversy was a prime example of how misinformation and conspiracy theories can spread rapidly in the digital age.