Black Magic: Psychic Swooning as a Prelude to Murder? . by Alice B. Clagett *

Written and published on 15 December 2020

Dear Ones,

Here is another of my ‘perilous tales’. These are dangerous events, whether psychical or physical, that have occurred in my life in my life (but thankfully, not in very recent times).

I was just now thinking today about the most curious instances of ‘swooning’ that I experienced in the years 2012-2015 when I went to the meditations of a neo-Hindu group in West Los Angeles and also in the Wild West. I had never ‘swooned’ before, but I ‘semi-swooned’ so many times during those meditations that I finally drew pictures of the events that took place in the Wild West …

Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 1,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man, and two women. Lower left: A woman, shown in profile, seated.

Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 1,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com

DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man, and two women. Lower left: A woman, shown in profile, seated.

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Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man, and two women. Lower left: A woman, shown in profile, seated, leaning forward.

Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com

DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man, and two women. Lower left: A woman, shown in profile, seated, leaning forward.

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Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man, and two women. Lower left: A woman, shown in profile, eyes closed, falling forward off a chair.

Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com

DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man

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Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man, and two women. Lower left: A woman, shown in profile, falling forward off a chair, eyes wide open.

Drawing: “The ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 1 February 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com

DESCRIPTION: Top: Five seated people; from left, a man, a woman, a wolf-man, and two women. Lower left: A woman, shown in profile, falling forward off a chair, eyes wide open.

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These ‘swooning’ events were unprecedented in my life … they had not happened before I attended the meditations, and the have not happened since.

I recall, one evening during meditation class in the Wild West, asking the leader of the meditation group about them: What is it that happened just now?

He said, with an expression of disdain on his face, (and I paraphrase): This is just something that you are working through right now. When you get over it, we will go on.

At the time, I believed him; it must be just something I was working through. But later events, and later reading I undertook, have led me to think otherwise.

As I recalled, two of the women in the Wild West group had studied with Indian spiritual teachers. One of those was a revered sculptor and spiritual teacher, who has since passed on. The other, I regret to say I cannot remember his name. Then there were the Indian saints whose images were on display in the meditation rooms. I had to admit I did not know much about any of those spiritual teachers. What might have their personalities been like; what were their social values, their ethics?

Did they feel themselves (as did the leader of that spiritual group in the Wild West) to be above right and wrong? What form might fundraising take in a spiritual group with that philosophy, and whose leader might be an adept at mind control, or psychokinesis, or able to stop the heart beat, or able briefly to obsess other people, or able to induce psychic swooning, or capable of other psychic skills?

I recalled how I had been the only newcomer in the meditations, both in Los Angeles and in the Wild West. I remembered how I was not allowed to speak with the other meditators, and how they never chatted socially with me before or after class. I remembered how I would raise my hand in the Wild West class, and the meditation leader would call on others whose hands were raised, but not me. They were all so very unapproachable; could it be they had a secret to hide?

I had felt surrounded by enigmatic people who, it seemed, had known each other for many years. Could it possibly have been that the Wild West leader of the group had told them not to speak to the new people because they would soon disappear? That he did not want their feelings to be ruffled, or group cohesion to be lessened, by the murder of newcomers? Definitely, there was an air of secrecy … of a secret so deep I might never hope to fathom it.

I began to wonder if the psychic swoon was a ‘black art’ practiced in India by some spiritual teachers, so as to keep food on their tables. For instance, I imagined there might be Indian spiritual teachers who had lured Western women to their lands, perhaps with a promise of marriage. I imagined they might have murdered these women, one after the other … like the husband in the children’s fable about the ruthless man named Blue-Beard with a rapacious twist … for the money in their wallets, then distill their bodily remains into a filtrate to water their gardens. What odd thoughts were those, I wondered?

I wondered if the wandering rishis of India might be feared by the people of that land because of their black magic talents, because, perhaps, their psychic stare might make the beholder become suddenly mad, or might make her have a psychic heart attack, or might make her hand over large sums of money, simply through what is termed ‘mental suggestion’ or ‘mesmerism’.

I also wondered if all India knows about the dangers of running across black magicians, and whether they might have forced the most dangerous of these psychic wunderkinder to leave India and migrate to other countries over the centuries. Could it be, I wondered, that some of the neo-Hindu spiritual teachers who migrated to the United States in the 1900s were blackballed for practice of the psychic arts in India, and exiled to our shores, where they were welcomed by hosts of impressionable young women?

I found an article from the year 1911 describing what was then thought to be such practices in New England …

Link: “The Heathen Invasion: American Women Losing Fortunes and Reason Seeking the Eternal Youth Promised by the Swarthy Priests of the Far East,” by Mabel Potter Daggett, in ‘Hampton Columbian Magazine,” Donald Wayne Castellano-Hoyt, Editor, Vol. XXVII, No. 4, October 1911, pp 399-411 … https://books.google.com/books?id=iUdFAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA399&lpg=PA399&dq=mabel+daggett+heathen+invasion+hampton&source=bl&ots=CrZw7NYjp_&sig=d2DqKSpXoKSnhLUjAdKO7hCfb3k&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiL0PqI0PvbAhXKx4MKHXT7CXcQ6AEINzAD#v=onepage&q=mabel%20daggett%20heathen%20invasion%20hampton&f=false  ..

I read therein the implication that Eastern holy men had been taking, each to himself, many New England spinsters as wives. The article described certain tantric practices [I presume those to be Red Tantra and Black Tantra, described elsewhere in my blog] as the ‘left hand’ worship of the goddess Kali. The ‘right hand’ worship of Kali was said to be that of carnage and slaughter.

Could it be, then, that some neo-Hindu spiritual groups of that time, or perhaps for the more than a century span from 1911 till today, have been practicing Red Tantra and Black Tantra in the United States, along with murder … whether psychic or physical … as a black art acceptable to them in a philosophical sense, under the guise of the worship of the goddess Kali, for those who practice Red Tantra … or maybe under the guise of the wordship of the god Shiva, for those who practice Black Tantra? Could there possibly be neo-Hindu assassin cults flourishing for more than a century here in the United States?

Setting these startling ruminations to one side, I picked up the Hampton Columbian Magazine story once more. I read of Miss Sarah Farmer of New England, who gave up her fortune so that Green Acre (a place where many famous people got together) might be founded. It was said that her explorations into exotic religions eventually unbalanced her mind, with the result that she became an inmate of an insane asylum in Waverly, Massachusetts.

Then there was Miss Aloise Reuss, who though raised in a refined way, began screaming and praying in a Mazdaznan Temple of the Sun and was incarcerated in an Illinois asylum.

Then there was Mrs. Ole Bull, who inherited a considerable fortune from her husband, who passed away. In Mrs. Bull’s home was said to be a meditation chamber visited by Swami Vivekenanda and then later Swami Abhedenanda, whom she may have met at Green Acre.

Upon the death of Mrs. Ole Bull, her Will was found to bequeath several hundred thousand dollars to the Vedantist Society. After what must have been heated legal arguments, and a great deal of local press, the courts set that Will aside on grounds of mental incapacity and undue influence.

But on the very day the verdict against the Vedantist Society was rendered, Mrs. Bull’s daughter, Mrs. Olea Bull Vaughn, died, purportedly of a broken heart.

I gathered, then, there might be some popular understanding and legal underpinning for the notion that the spiritual teachers who migrated to the United States might, through ‘mental suggestion’ or ‘mesmerism’, influence the minds of impressionable women to give them money or land. Were that to be so, then I suggest that getting them physically away from the injuring psychics would, with time, most certainly restore them to mental and spiritual health.

This matched an event in my own psychic experience, to do with another neo-Hindu spiritual group in the year 2011. What could it be about the 11th year of a century, I wonder? Could that an unlucky year, from the standpoint of undue influence of the black arts upon innocent women? For me, I recall it was in the year 2011 that I felt suddenly and inexplicably to have fallen under the influence of a mesmerist, or perhaps a group of six to 15 mesmerists, all practicing the black arts together.

It seemed to me, through clair hearing, that this group had fallen upon hard times financially, and must have decided to use psychic ‘crowding’ to extort money so as to keep out of ‘the red’. I recall making a clair deal with them, to give them what was to me a large sum of money, with the understanding that they would then cease to harass me on the psychic plane.

When I mailed them the money, the psychic din grew 10 times more angry. I became convinced that this spiritual group had been raiding people’s bank accounts and forcing them to flee from Los Angeles for years, under threat of death. I thought that those whom they had victimized, and who had the courage to bring the issue of psychic extortion to the court system, might have been trounced through the group’s mind control of judge and jury during trials.

In a state of psychic terror I never before or since experienced, I fled from Los Angeles. En route, I spoke with a family member about the extorted money. They called the group, and arranged for the money to be returned to me. But, I felt, because of their courageous phone call, I and my family might have endured the wrath of the psychics there all these years. That is for nearly 10 years now. Although the psychic pressure abated for me in the year 2016, it takes merely the thought of the neo-Hindu groups I encountered back then, or their mention in one of my blogs, for an echo of that psychic fury to impinge upon my energy fields.

I shall set aside my personal story, and continue with the fruits of the reading I did on the topic of psychic crime …

I came across some drawings of members of Thuggee Cults of India, which fall upon travelers and murder them, and steal their money …

Image: “Thugs Blinding and Mutilating Traveler,” by Unknown artist, 1829–1840, scanned from plate between pages 80 and 81 of Citation: Peers, Douglas M. (2006). India under colonial rule: 1700-1885. Pearson Education. ISBN 978-0-582-31738-3 … from English Wikipedia …  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Thugs_Blinding_and_Mutilating_Traveller.JPG … public domain … DESCRIPTION: The travelers are dressed as Hindu Brahmins … COMMENT: From my own experience with psychic assault, I surmise these thugs, led by a ‘thuggee guru’, may have been able to sneak up on their victims by inducing a ‘psychic swoon’ through the use of black magic.

Image: “Thugs Blinding and Mutilating Traveler,” by Unknown artist, 1829–1840, scanned from plate between pages 80 and 81 of Citation: Peers, Douglas M. (2006). India under colonial rule: 1700-1885. Pearson Education. ISBN 978-0-582-31738-3 … from English Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Thugs_Blinding_and_Mutilating_Traveller.JPG … public domain …

DESCRIPTION: The travelers are dressed as Hindu Brahmins …

COMMENT: From my own experience with psychic assault, I surmise these thugs, led by a ‘thuggee guru’, may have been able to sneak up on their victims by inducing a ‘psychic swoon’ through the use of black magic.

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Image: “A group of Thugs strangling a traveller on a highway in India in the early 19th century,” by Anonymous Indian artist. Made for Capt. James Paton, Assistant to the British Resident at Lucknow, 1829-1840, from Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thugs_Strangling_Traveller.jpg … public domain … DESCRIPTION: “A groups of Thugs strangling a traveller on a highway in India in the early 19th century. One member of the group is gripping the traveller’s feet, another his hands, while a third member is tightening the ligature around the traveller’s neck.” … COMMENT: From my own experience with psychic assault, I surmise these thugs, led by a ‘thuggee guru’, may have been able to sneak up on their victims by inducing a ‘psychic swoon’ through the use of black magic.

Image: “A group of Thugs strangling a traveller on a highway in India in the early 19th century,” by Anonymous Indian artist. Made for Capt. James Paton, Assistant to the British Resident at Lucknow, 1829-1840, from Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thugs_Strangling_Traveller.jpg … public domain …

DESCRIPTION: “A groups of Thugs strangling a traveller on a highway in India in the early 19th century. One member of the group is gripping the traveller’s feet, another his hands, while a third member is tightening the ligature around the traveller’s neck.” …

COMMENT: From my own experience with psychic assault, I surmise these thugs, led by a ‘thuggee guru’, may have been able to sneak up on their victims by inducing a ‘psychic swoon’ through the use of black magic.

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It occurred to me that these Thuggee Cults of India might be inducing in travelers the very ‘psychic swoon’ I had experienced while meditating with the first-mentioned spiritual group in Los Angeles and the Wild West.

What do you think, dear reader? Could there be such a thing as the ‘psychic swoon’? Might it be employed by members of a spiritual group so as to sneak up on, murder, and rob an unsuspecting traveler in foreign lands?

From my own stance, I hope everyone in the United States, will soon be well informed of the misery entailed should people be targeted in by those neo-Hindus who practice the black arts.

It goes without saying, far from all neo-Hindu spiritual groups practice psychic terrorism. But from my personal experience, I reluctantly surmise there are some that do so, even on our shores.

Knowledge is power, is it not? Without knowledge, the odds are too great for us to seek redress. That is why I added the large category Transcending the Dark – courage under fire  to this website … so that my readers may gain the knowledge needed to counteract such groups, should they have the misfortune to encounter them.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

See also … Link: “Catastrophic Childhood Case Studies: Heart Vampire 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 13 December 2020; revised … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-l0W ..

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MORE INFORMATION

Link: “Schadenfreude and the ‘Bow Down to Me’ 3-Part Football Play,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 13 November 2013; revised and republished on 5 June 2017 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-7ia ..

Link: “The Hindu Psychic Crime Scandal of 1911,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 2 July 2018 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-9tv ..

Link: “Psychic Murder . Physical Murder . Thuggees,” by Alice B. Clagett, filmed on 16 August 2015; published on 17 August 2015 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-3SY ..

Link: “Thuggee,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thuggee ..

Link: “Compendium: Psychic Murder – Bow Down to Me! Psychic Swoon,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 17 July 2020; updated … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-jc6 ..

Link: “The Story of Blue-Beard by Charles Perrault, in Project Guttenberg …   https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/44288 ..

Also search these categories in my blog: Black TantraRed Tantra …  and  … Reverse Kundalini

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