MARTHA SEZ: ‘Demon lovers or spirit husbands and wives … cause many problems’

The anonymous Medieval Scottish ballad, “The Daemon Lover,” reads, in part:

“O what a bright, bright hill is yon,

“That shines so clear to see?”

“O it is the hill of heaven,” he said,

“Where you shall never be.”

“O what a black, dark hill is yon,

“That looks so dark to me?”

“O it is the hill of hell,” he said,

“Where you and I shall be.”

I started out to write this column about the bears and raccoons that have been plaguing Keene Valleyites this summer–although possibly plaguing is too strong a word. Inconveniencing, then.

The video of Dr. Stella Immanuel touting the use of Hydroxychloroquine as a cure for COVID-19, a true plague, caught my attention. I thought I might mention the video, maybe work it in between the bears and raccoons. The more I learned about Dr. Immanuel, though, the more intrigued I became, until finally I lost interest in the ongoing battle we wage with the varmints over our garbage.

Oh, yes, mice are already starting to come in, too. But never mind that now. I have spirit husbands and wives and demon lovers on my mind.

On July 27, 2020, Dr. Immanuel appeared in a press event on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, staged by America’s Frontline Doctors and backed by the Tea Party Patriots. A video of the event published on the “Breitbart News” website was removed from Twitter, YouTube, and even Facebook, for violating their misinformation rules by promoting the use of the drug Hydroxychloroquine as a cure for COVID-19. Mask-wearing and social distancing to prevent transmission of the virus were dismissed in the video as unnecessary.

I’m getting to the spirits.

“The Daily Beast” published an article July 28, the day after the press event on the steps of the Supreme Court, titled “Trump’s New Favorite COVID Doctor Believes in Alien DNA, Demon Sperm, and Hydroxychloroquine.” It led me to an earlier Immanuel YouTube video, “Deliverance from Spirit Husbands and Spirit Wives, Part 1.” I watched it and was mesmerized.

She was dressed simply, wearing a dark-colored suit and a hat with one flower and no jewelry or obvious makeup, and yet her appearance was striking. I can’t say that her message was convincing–not to me, anyway–and yet I could feel her charisma.

According to Dr. Immanuel, demon lovers or spirit husbands and wives, also called Incubi and succubi, cause many problems, including impotence, miscarriage, false pregnancy, endometriosis, hatred within marriage and even loss of money for humans, who may not be aware that they are preyed upon as they sleep.

Dr. Immanuel backs up her claims by quoting Genesis 6:1-4, in which angels lust after and conceive children with mortal women. She reveals that it is the Nephilim, the offspring of those unions, that still exist as spirits in order to harass and sicken humans. Human witches can also have sexual relations with people of their choosing by astral projection while the objects of their desire lie asleep.

She has also preached that alien DNA is used in medical practice, and that some government officials are “reptilian spirits.”

“Nobody needs to get sick. This virus has a cure: It is called hydroxychloroquine. I have treated over 350 patients and not had one death,” Dr. Immanuel declared.

Dr Anthony Fauci, an American physician and immunologist and leading member of the White House coronavirus task force, who since 1984 has served as the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director, has stated that sound scientific studies have shown that hydroxychloroquine is not effective in the treatment of Covid-19.

Dr. Immanuel disagrees, citing as proof that the drug is not harmful the fact that it is commonly used as an anti-malarial medicine in Cameroon, where malaria is endemic.

Her credentials: Born in Cameroon in 1965, Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel graduated in 1990 with a medical degree from the University of Calabar in Nigeria and moved to the United States in 1992. She completed a pediatric residency at the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center in New York City and is a registered physician in Texas with an active medical license from the Texas Medical Board.

Her charisma: Immanuel is the founder and pastor of Fire Power Ministries and host of the radio and television show “Fire Power.” She is a self-described “wealth transfer coach.”

Dr. Immanuel owns a clinic and a medical center. She is a self-proclaimed fan of President Donald Trump.

Watch out for things that go bump in the night, and have a good week!