I sense irritation among the readers about the identity of the several persons of the previous postings. There is a reason for it, because I write about the worshipers of churches that are antipodean to the Church of the love of Christ. Some of those worshipers confess the sins non-committed to "Lord Satan". I wish to help those poor souls in exposing who their god is.
Naturally Fr. Rostand Superior General of the SSPX for the United States knows me since he complained about the existence of this particular blog during a sermons pronounced in Carson City last month. The reason that I subsequently joined this blog is precisely to counter the errors of Menzingen.
The identity of the "visionary" is known to a few priests of a religious order, as well as from some diocesans.
The identity of "Spectator" has probably been detected from a niche of the San Francisco performing art, as well as by a few of the poet societies of North Beach.
The following narrative is similar to the previous narrative titled "Sorcerer at Work", because it is about a deliberate act a casting a spell upon innocent and/or unaware spectators who were persuaded to become participants in the occult.
Lastly, this small piece includes a footnote. I dare say that this footnote is the signature of the composition, and that this signature is not mine. I believe that this signature is from God. Some will scoff at this assertion, and some will see it as the work of the devil. You have the free will to decide.
WITCHES AT WORK. Spectator went to a public dance performance held at the Dance Mission Ballet studio in San Francisco. It was during the Gay & Lesbian Festival. The program announced three separate pieces. The underwriter was the Lucile & Children Packard Foundation (i.e. Hewlett Packard). The first piece was performed by amateurs, it included full nudity, which was expected. Spectator did not recognize any of the names of the performers of the second piece, because those were stage-names used during this particular performance. This second piece of the performance was actually made by a well known professional company named The Smuin Ballet, after the choreographer Michael Smuin who had been the former artistic director of the San Francisco Ballet. Spectator knew well all those performers for having trained in the same studio located in the Castro District. It is the third and final piece that consisted of the spell inflicted upon the spectators.
This said third piece was performed by acknowledged Lesbians named the Mission Brigade. The paying audience of about 200 was asked to remove their shoes, and to step into a different room. Now the act of removing ones' shoes, in a religious context, is considered an apostasy (a fact recognized by the Catholic Church). If a Pope were to remove his shoes in order to enter a Muslim Mosques, this would signify that this Pope reneges Christ. Spectator, as well as the rest of the audience obliged to the demands made by Krissy K., the leader of the Mission Brigade. None were suspecting a religious act, since there was no disclaimer for this dance performance, however the audience became PARTICIPANTS, and thus wide-open to whatever would be inflicted upon them. The "performance" was a text-book witchcraft ritual: drums, circle, windershin, deosil, casting of the spell and releasing (of the spell) upon the audiance, etc.
Spectator became greatly disturbed the following months of this performance, but recovered by the grace of God. Researches were made, and thus this conclusion came: this dance performance was the one of WITCHES AT WORK.
Michael Smuin has passed away since this performance. He collapsed in his studio in the middle of his dancers who were unable to maintain him alive. Spectator learned of the death of Michael Smuin while reading the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle, because that sudden death caused a turmoil in the City. The date of this announcement on the major newspaper of the Bay Area was the birthday of Spectator.