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Is Saddam Into the Black Arts?

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posted on May, 27 2005 @ 11:31 PM
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Well we all know that he didnt really practice Islam and it was all for show but this is a bit spooky. I am not sure I buy it but it would make sense.





Is Saddam Into the Black Arts?


Saddam’s magic stone

By Judi McLeod
Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Charleston, S.C.-- The Sun, a British tabloid that published pictures of imprisoned, former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein in his underwear may have missed something more intriguing than Saddam's BVDs.

While the `Butcher of Baghdad’ has long been a stone around the neck of his own people, it is ironic to consider that sorcerers say he wears one of their stones around his own neck.

One of his palace-seers-for-rent purportedly made for Saddam, a special talisman to keep the Grim Reaper at bay. Some say it’s a magic stone worn like a necklace. Others contend he had it implanted under the skin on his arm.

Tyrants throughout history, including Adolph Hitler maintained life long love affairs with the occult. Saddam’s mother, Sabha was a peasant woman who sometimes moonlighted as a fortune-teller.

Saddam comes to the black arts naturally.

Incredibly, he once ordered Baghdad University to set up a department of parapsychology when plain psychology may have been more in order. The university’s Saddam ordered discipline of study was launched to investigate methods to use in the Iran-Iraq war, and later to `mind-read’ UN inspectors searching for WMDs in Iraq.

While some of us have aunties who read tea leaves, Saddam "studied the sands", where he summoned up jinn (genies) to do his bidding. Supposed to have inherited some of his mother’s psychic gifts, Saddam was believed by many people in Iraq to have seven jinn lined up for his personal protection. According to these people, Saddam spoke daily with the king and queen of the jinn, who actually advised him.

Saddam’s emotionally unstable son, Uday also dabbled in the occult. Uday once advertised on his own TV station, asking magicians and psychics to come forward to dedicate their services for the protection of the royal family.



Saddam’s magic stone




posted on May, 27 2005 @ 11:39 PM
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Hell Ed, who isn't?
















posted on May, 27 2005 @ 11:44 PM
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Yeah "Hook em Horns"


Get real...........



posted on May, 28 2005 @ 02:04 AM
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Originally posted by twitchy
Hell Ed, who isn't?


I was thinking the same thing..

Why can't you believe the US leaders are involved in black arts yet be open to the fact that Saddam 'might' be??? Isn't that a bit narrow minded?

Both Bush and Kerry refused to talk about Skull and Bones on Meet The Press when running up to the election, they both (in seperate interviews) just laughed when asked why the public aren't allowed to know about it saying 'it's a secret organisation'.

There much more evidence that the black arts run through the US higher ranks than through Saddam (who could very well be as well, wouldn't be surprising at all).

I just think if your going to acknowledge one, then you have to acknowledge both or else your being VERY selective with your beliefs in a way that bows down to Patriotism. Not healthy thinking, all the waving flags and bald eagles you can muster won't change the fact that if the US government are bad people, they ARE bad people regardless if they say otherwise and hide behind the very same flag and eagle.

Symbols won't save you.




[edit on 28-5-2005 by TheShroudOfMemphis]



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 10:53 AM
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to get voted in on a second term bush must truly be a master of the black arts.



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