Minneapolis Art Center Trades Family Fun for Risky Demon Rituals

The art center in Minneapolis, Minnesota is raising eyebrows with its latest event, a pagan ritual aimed at conjuring up demons. The event, titled “Lilit the Empathic Demon,” promised participants a “collective and playful demon summoning session,” followed by a somatic movement meditation to “befriend your shadows.” The description for the event claimed that demons only have a bad reputation because people aren’t good at getting to know them. Leave it to the left to try and humanize demons!

But the demonic activities didn’t stop there. The art center’s “Plant Teachers” day also featured a performance from a group called Catharus, which apparently explores relationships with “land, other-than-human beings, memory, and identity.” Just when you thought you’ve heard it all, the left manages to surprise you with their absurd endeavors.

To top it all off, the featured artist, Tamar Ettun, had previously hosted an exhibit on how to “trap” demons. Attendees were instructed to text a number on the wall to “summon” and communicate with an “empathetic demon.” Ettun’s exhibit claimed to be reviving ancient practices from Sumerian, Akkadian, and Judaic mythology. How convenient to cherry-pick elements from various mythologies to suit their demonic agenda!

It’s clear that this art center is promoting dangerous and Satanic practices under the guise of creativity and self-expression. It’s a shame that taxpayer dollars are likely funding this demonic spectacle. This is yet another example of the left’s assault on traditional values and their willingness to embrace darkness and evil. We must stand up against these grotesque displays and protect our communities from the influence of these demonic forces.

Written by Staff Reports

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