Hillary Clinton Speaks to the Dead For ‘Therapeutic Release’

As disturbing revelations about Hillary Clinton’s inner circle come to light thanks to the Wikileaks revelations, it seems like an appropriate time to remind everyone that the former First Lady speaks to the dead for “therapeutic release.”

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Clinton’s bizarre pastime was detailed in the 1996 book “The Choice” by Bob Woodward.

Some of the candidate’s favorite dead friends include Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi. When it was suggested by one of her advisers, Jean Houston, the co-director of the Foundation for Mind Research, that she try speaking to Jesus Christ instead. Clinton refused and stated that speaking to Jesus would be “too personal.”

“Most people in the White House did not know about Hillary’s sessions with Houston. … To some of the few who did, the meetings could trigger politically damaging comparisons to Nancy Reagan’s use of astrology,” Woodward wrote.

Clinton has not been very secretive about her penchant for speaking to the dead, either.

In the 90s, she wrote about a discussion she had with Eleanor Roosevelt, and what she claims the spirit told her.

“She usually responds by telling me to buck up, or at least to grow skin as thick as a rhinoceros,” Mrs. Clinton wrote in a column about her seeking advice from the dead former First Lady.

Bill Clinton even spoke about his wife’s conversations with the dead during a speech in 2012.

On Friday, it was revealed that her campaign chairman John Podesta was invited by his brother to attend a “Spirit Cooking” dinner.

In a shocking video, the woman who invited them, performance artist and occultist Marina Abramovic is seen painting the recipe for these “spirit dinners,” using what appears to be thickly coagulated blood. The recipe read, at one point, “mix fresh breast milk with fresh sperm, drink on earthquake nights.”

The revelation sparked massive concerns that the candidate’s inner circle, and perhaps even herself, are participating in some very dark things.

Abramovic donated the maximum amount of $2,700 to Clinton’s campaign, and was personally invited to attend her campaign launch.

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Cassandra Fairbanks is a DC-based writer and political commentator who has been published in a range of outlets including Sputnik News, Teen Vogue, TeleSUR, and Bipartisan Report.

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