The Inauguration Speech:
This Will Not Be Bush
By James Donahue
January 17, 2005
The implications of Aaron
C. Donahue’s discovery that President George W. Bush is possessed by an angel should be frightening to all Americans.
Surprisingly, since posting
that story more than one month ago, we have received very little feedback, other than to learn that some Christians seem pleased
to think that an angel has an inside track in guiding the decisions of our nation. A few other wags enjoyed a joke or two
on some of political blog pages.
Other than that, Americans
either don’t seem to know, believe, or just don’t care if Bush is
possessed. I think the latter is probably true. And that would be because most people in America believe angels are
good, therefore they reason, what wrong could come to America
if our president has an angel in his head.
Oh, if they only knew
the mischief conceived by the angelic legions that surround us. These strange looking entities from the spiritual realm have
been the real enemy from the beginning. They never wanted the Luciferian project, the creation of humans through the implantation
of alien DNA in Earth-bound humanoids, to succeed.
And the angels are winning
I say war because that
is exactly what it is. There has been a spiritual war raging among the angels and demonic spirits for thousands of years.
That war has always been over the fate of mankind.
There are those that
want us to evolve to become the powerful creatures we were designed to be. And the angels want us to fail and perish. For
if we evolve the angels will have no dominion over us. We will literally see them, expose their treachery and destroy them
with mere thought.
For we will be like gods.
We will be the very thing the angels, through the Book of Genesis, expressed a fear about. We will have eaten from the tree
of knowledge of good and evil and we will know all things. Our third eye will have opened. And the collective thoughts of
all humans will be like thunder reverberating throughout the cosmos.
This was to have been
our destiny. It still can be our destiny if enough humans can just wake up.
No, it is no good thing
that an angel has taken possession of the body of our president.
If you do not believe
George W. Bush is possessed, take time to watch the inauguration on January 20. Notice the movements, and pay especial attention
to the eyes of our president. And listen with care to the voice of Bush when he delivers his inauguration speech.
Don’t try to see
all this live by watching the parade or trying to squeeze in with the crowds to watch the inauguration. Security there is
going to be extremely tight. And for some strange reason, one story said the order is out to prevent people from getting close
enough to look Mr. Bush in the eyes.
Now why would they issue
such an order? They say it is for security reasons. But suppose . . . just suppose . . . people close to the president know
that something has changed. They know our president is possessed and, since our story has been posted, his aides, also heavily
influenced by angels, are going to great lengths to make sure nobody can see the proof that there is a change.
If you watch your television
screens carefully, you should be able to notice this change. Then again, through the magic of digital feedback and delay,
even this may be altered before you see it. Just remember when Bush speaks, it will be the angel speaking. What he says will
be of utmost significance. That creature will be sending a message filled with layers of information for both the conscious
and subconscious mind.
The speech both on inauguration
day, and a few days later when the President delivers his State of the Union message to the
full House and Senate, will be designed to lull the nation to follow this angel into hell.
And America is going to do it.
As for this writer; I
am taking a journalistic stance utilized throughout my life. I am still in the sidelines, watching the show.