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Strange Before/After Images Of Clintons – Global Elite Using ‘Young Blood’ To Live Longer As Part Of Satanic Rituals?

-Anyone Notice That Members Of The So-Called Global Elite Seem To Live Longer By Percentage Than The Rest Of Us?

David Rockefeller is 101 according to Google. Alan Greenspan is 90.  Henry Kissinger is 93 according to the same source. George Soros is 85.

What do those names have in common? They are part of what is considered the “global elite,” the Illuminati, heads of the New or One World Order, and/or  members of the Bilderberg Group. (Kissinger is also listed as a member of the Bohemian Grove)

Via Global Research, originally from June 2009 and updated May 2014:

His book, “The True Story of the Bilderberg Group,” was published in 2005 and is now updated in a new 2009 edition. He states that in 1954, “the most powerful men in the world met for the first time” in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, “debated the future of the world,” and decided to meet annually in secret. They called themselves the Bilderberg Group with a membership representing a who’s who of world power elites, mostly from America, Canada, and Western Europe with familiar names like David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Larry Summers, Tim Geithner, Lloyd Blankfein, George Soros, Donald Rumsfeld, Rupert Murdoch, other heads of state, influential senators, congressmen and parliamentarians, Pentagon and NATO brass, members of European royalty, selected media figures, and invited others – some quietly by some accounts like Barack Obama and many of his top officials.

Always well represented are top figures from the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), IMF, World Bank, Trilateral Commission, EU, and powerful central bankers from the Federal Reserve, the ECB’s Jean-Claude Trichet, and Bank of England’s Mervyn King.

What else do they have in common? They seem to live longer than the rest of us. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the average life expectancy for human beings is 78.8 years old.

Does the global elite, by a larger percentage than those not considered the “elite,” live longer because they can afford better medical services? Or because they eat better, have more time to exercise, while the poor do not eat as well, are stressed, worried, sad and more angry as some studies suggest?

Or is there another reason?

While “curing” age is big business with tens of millions of dollars being invested into technology to extend life expectancy, and billionaires are happy that they live longer than most but want to live forever, we do note that some are taking steps that seem to stem from ancient beliefs that “young blood,” or eating flesh, will expand lifespans and can rejuvinate a person’s appearance.

For example,  few days ago I ran accross an article about Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel,  who once stated “I stand against confiscatory taxes, totalitarian collectives, and the ideology of the inevitability of the death of every individual,” where it was reported that in an attempt to extend his life span he was planning to have “young blood” injected into his body.

Via Vanity Fair:

Given Thiel’s obsession with warding off death, it comes as no surprise that the Silicon Valley billionaire is interested in at least one radical way of doing it: injecting himself with a young person’s blood. On Monday, Jeff Bercovici of Inc. magazine published part of a year-old interview with Thiel, in which the venture-capitalist explains that he’s interested in parabiosis, which includes the practice of getting transfusions of blood from a younger person, as a means of improving health and potentially reversing aging. “I’m looking into parabiosis stuff, which I think is really interesting. This is where they did the young blood into older mice and they found that had a massive rejuvenating effect,” he said. “And so that’s . . . that is one that . . . again, it’s one of these very odd things where people had done these studies in the 1950s and then it got dropped altogether. I think there are a lot of these things that have been strangely under-explored.”

In researching this article, I found a 2012 report from the Smithsonian, which describes “The Gruesome History of Eating Corpses as Medicine,” where not only eating flesh was detailed but also the belief that the ingestion of blood “as fresh as possible” had health benefits because “it was still thought to contain the vitality of the body.”

Key portions of the article linked above:

Blood was procured as fresh as possible, while it was still thought to contain the vitality of the body. This requirement made it challenging to acquire. The 16th century German-Swiss physician Paracelsus believed blood was good for drinking, and one of his followers even suggested taking blood from a living body. While that doesn’t seem to have been common practice, the poor, who couldn’t always afford the processed compounds sold in apothecaries, could gain the benefits of cannibal medicine by standing by at executions, paying a small amount for a cup of the still-warm blood of the condemned. “The executioner was considered a big healer in Germanic countries,” says Sugg. “He was a social leper with almost magical powers.” For those who preferred their blood cooked, a 1679 recipe from a Franciscan apothecary describes how to make it into marmalade.[…]

Another reason human remains were considered potent was because they were thought to contain the spirit of the body from which they were taken. “Spirit” was considered a very real part of physiology, linking the body and the soul. In this context, blood was especially powerful. “They thought the blood carried the soul, and did so in the form of vaporous spirits,” says Sugg. The freshest blood was considered the most robust. Sometimes the blood of young men was preferred, sometimes, that of virginal young women.


Many believe that modern day satanists also perform blood rituals, drinking blood and eating human flesh, for much the same purpose as in ancient days. The website End Ritual Abuse has an archive that was modified in 2010, showing documented court cases where drinking blood, eating flesh as part of satanic rituals were testified to in court.



In June 2015, a man hired by Bill Clinton in 1988 as marketing director for the Arkansas Development Finance Authority, Larry Nichols, told Alex Jones that Hillary Clinton used to travel to Los Angeles every month, or every two months, with a group of women to be part of a “witches church.”

In the video below at the 28:44 mark, Nichols says “Back when Hillary was first lady, she would go home on the weekends to California with Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and some of the [inaudible] women, and they went to a church for witches. Witches,witches, witches…. You know that lady that was tryin’ to run for the Senate and sometimes she’d gone to some place where they did witch stuff? Hillary went to a church and worshiped Satan.”

That is especially noteworthy because Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee for president and Bill a former president. Images of them have consistently been in the news over the past two-plus decades and we are going to take a look at a few of those images below.

Furthermore, we note from a previous WikiLeaks email dump, that in August 2008, a staffer strangely wrote to Hillary ClintonWith fingers crossed, the old rabbit’s foot out of the box in the attic, I will be sacrificing a chicken in the backyard to Moloch . . .”

As Investment Watch blog notes “Bohemian Grove, the playground of the world’s most wealthy and powerful men, has been performing sacrifice rituals to Moloch since the 1800s, offering burnt human flesh according to some reports.”

In the first image below we see on the left, Hillary Clinton in September 2015, and on the right an image of Bill Clinton from August 2015 at Martha’s Vinyard when Bill met up with Barack Obama on the golf course, reported by multiple outlets at the time, including ABC News.


The next was taken less than one year later, in July 2016, at the Democratic convention.


As a woman I can personally attest to the fact that while make-up can do wonders, there are limitations to how much younger the correct application of cosmetics can do. This is evidenced by a third image, taken in December 2007 of Hillary Clinton with make-up, in New Hampshire while campaigning against Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination.


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