Hydrogen Peroxide For Teeth Whitening, Hair And More

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By Katherine Marko, TheAlternativeDaily.com

When I was a teen, hydrogen peroxide was my go-to teeth-whitener, and something I would spray on my hair to get that “sun kissed” look. Years later, you can still find a bottle in my medicine cabinet as an inexpensive way to whiten teeth, and disinfect cuts and scrapes.

What is hydrogen peroxide?

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a pale blue liquid, which appears colorless, and is slightly more viscous than water. It’s a weak acid made up of hydrogen and oxygen and a strong oxidizer often used as a cleaning agent. When used topically, hydrogen peroxide foams and fizzes due to the enzyme catalase, according to Medical Daily. This reaction has a bleaching and disinfecting effect that works for several applications.

Remove earwax

All humans and other mammals have earwax. It consists of shed skin cells, hair and the secretions from glands of the outside ear canal. Although gross, it serves its purpose. Namely, protecting the ear canal against bacteria, fungi and water. But, too much earwax and your ears may feel full, affecting your hearing.

Although most experts agree that removing earwax is not entirely necessary, you may still want to clean your ears time and again. The problem is, rooting around your ear canal with a Q-tip can actually push wax further inside. So, instead of cleaning your ear out, the wax gets stuck. As a result, wax builds up on top of it, creating a dangerous blockage or “impaction,” according to NYU Otologist Dr. Erich Voigt, for businessinsider.com.

Hydrogen peroxide can safely remove earwax buildup, according to PubChem. Most over-the-counter wax removal drops basically contain oil and peroxide solutions. Hydrogen peroxide releases oxygen in the ear and foams, causing ear wax to soften and loosen. To use hydrogen peroxide at home, simply lie down on your side, with one ear facing up, says Healthline. Use an eyedropper to drop one or two drops of peroxide into your ear. Keep still for five minutes and then sit up. Blot the outer ear with a tissue to absorb any liquid that comes out. And then, repeat the process on the other ear.

A method that I prefer is using a Q-tip — soaked in hydrogen peroxide — to administer it into my ear. I don’t push it into the ear canal, but merely let it sit in the ear opening, and allow it to gently drip in. After about a minute or so, I dry my ear with a tissue.

Lighten hair

Hydrogen peroxide is a bleaching agent that has been used to lighten hair for years. Peroxide penetrates the hair shaft and removes the natural pigment of the hair — hence the expression “peroxide blonde.”

Here’s what I used to do to lighten my locks. Simply dilute one part of three percent hydrogen peroxide with one part water, and pour it into a spray bottle. Wet your hair, and then spray the solution on your entire head or just the strands you want to lighten. Then, comb it through. Blow-drying your hair will accelerate the effect. Follow by washing your hair and deep conditioning it to prevent drying. This won’t give you a peroxide blonde look, but it will give you more natural highlights. You can also use this solution as a gradual lightener, over time.

Healing wounds

Unlike using alcohol to disinfect a wound, using peroxide will definitely remove the “ouch” factor from the equation. Hydrogen peroxide cleans wounds by moistening and loosening dried blood and any dirt in the wound. It also removes dead tissue. Peroxide foams on contact, and the fizz produced helps to mechanically clean the wound. It’s for this reason that you should keep a bottle in your first-aid kit to clean a wound when no clean water is available.

But, here’s the thing: according to Sciencing, it can also destroy the cells called fibroblasts, which rebuild the connective tissue to heal the wound. So, for this reason, it’s not recommended for long-term use. In addition, although hydrogen peroxide is widely used as an antibacterial agent, it’s effectiveness is up for debate. Certain types of bacteria, such as staphylococci, have an enzyme called catalase, which breaks hydrogen peroxide down to water and oxygen, actually diluting it.

Research published in PLOS looked at the effectiveness of hydrogen peroxide on wound healing. In agreement with previous studies, researchers found that wounds display a positive effect when treated topically with peroxide. But only when in lower concentrations were used. Subsequently, higher concentrations actually delayed healing. So, to clean and promote healing in wounds, stick to lower (three percent) solutions, generally found at the drugstore.

Whiten your teeth

The most important thing people want to change about their smile is the whiteness of their teeth, suggests a survey conducted by Kelton Global for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). And almost 100 percent of those surveyed believe a great smile is one of their most important “social assets.” But why pay hundreds of dollars to whiten your teeth when you can have the same results for pennies? In fact, even professionally applied tooth bleaching products used by dentists contain hydrogen peroxide.

However, those peroxide concentrations range from 25 to 40 percent and are sometimes used together with a light or laser, which are supposed to accelerate or activate the whitening process. But, according to the American Dental Association, most studies report there is no additional long-term benefit with light-activated systems.

Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda teeth whitener

Create a simple whitening solution with hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to gently remove stains. Here’s what you’ll need:


  • 2 Tbsp. hydrogen peroxide
  • 1 Tbsp. baking soda


  • Small bowl
  • Spoon
  • Toothbrush


  1. Add the hydrogen peroxide and baking soda into a small bowl. Stir to combine into a paste.
  2. Dip your toothbrush in the mixture and start brushing.
  3. Allow the paste to stay on your teeth for about a minute, and then rinse thoroughly.

What It Means To Trust Jesus

There are two basic levels to trusting Jesus. The first one is to trust in Jesus as the Son of God and the only way to salvation. Once you have put your faith in Jesus as Lord, the next level of trusting Jesus is to have total confidence in Him—in both His ways and His character.

Jesus came to bring salvation to the world. We have access to forgiveness and right standing with God though the sacrifice of Jesus. He died and was raised back to life so that we may receive the free git of eternal life (John 3:16–18; 11:25). Once we have trusted in Jesus for salvation, the rest of our lives becomes a practice of trusting Him more and more each day and in every situation. How does this trust grow? Our trust in Jesus grows through our understanding of who He is through reading the Bible and our experiences walking with Him (2 Corinthians 1:10; Romans 8:28–30).

Trust can grow through answered prayers or seeing God bless us above and beyond what we could have asked or imagined (Ephesians 3:20—21). These moments are exciting ways to build trust, and we should celebrate them when they happen.

Alternatively, and perhaps more commonly, trust in Jesus grows during seasons of trials. Even in the direst of circumstances we learn to trust that God is sovereign and has good in store. When we are tempted to fear or despair, we can say with the psalmist: “[The righteous] is not afraid of bad news; his heart is firm, trusting in the LORD” (Psalm 112:7). In difficulties, we learn to trust that He can bear our burdens: “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light” (Matthew 11:28–30). When we are weak, He is strong (2 Corinthians 12:9–10; see also Psalm 28:7).

When our trust is in Jesus, our souls find rest in Him: “The LORD is a stronghold for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble. And those who know your name put their trust in you, for you, O LORD, have not forsaken those who seek you” (Psalm 9:9–10; see also Philippians 4:6–7). Through the presence of the Holy Spirit, Jesus fills us with peace. The same Jesus that calmed the raging storm by saying, “Peace! Be still” (Mark 4:39) is the one who enables us to be at rest and at peace, even in the midst of life’s storms: “You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you” (Isaiah 26:3; see also Psalm 37:5).

Tests and trials are also a time when fear tries to creep in, and sometimes making the decision to trust God is a battle in and of itself. In Jesus’ own words, “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me” (John 14:1). When our faith is tested, it provides an opportunity for us to develop our perseverance and be compelled to faithful obedience and confidence in Jesus (John 14:15). James says: “Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing” (James 1:2–4). The tests and trials that we endure are used by God to refine and purify us and build our faith and trust in Him (1 Peter 1:6–8).

As we grow in our relationship with Jesus, we will notice our faith and trust in Him growing stronger. In situations where we would have become overwhelmed at one point, we notice that they are not such a hurdle anymore. We build up strength through trusting in Jesus’ strength: “Blessed is the man who trusts in the LORD, whose trust is the LORD He is like a tree planted by water, that sends out its roots by the stream, and does not fear when heat comes, for its leaves remain green, and is not anxious in the year of drought, for it does not cease to bear fruit” (Jeremiah 17:7–8). When we trust in Jesus, He helps us to trade in our anxiety for His peace and to bear godly fruit in all circumstances.

Secrets To Success When Life Gets Impossible

You’re dropped off in the middle of a forest with nothing but the clothes on your back. You’re going to need to live off the land to survive. (Hope you paid attention during all those Bear Grylls episodes.)

Oh, and you’re being hunted. Dangerous people are trying to capture you. You know: your average Sunday.

And even if you do manage to survive this, the next phase is even worse. You’re caught, blindfolded, and locked in a cell. Music blasts 24-7 to disorient you. You’re deprived of sleep. Repeatedly interrogated. And they tell you all this stress can end if you just give up and tell them what you know…

No, this isn’t “real.” It’s what soldiers going through the SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape) training program deal with. It simulates what you might deal with when caught behind enemy lines.

So how would you do in this scenario? Yeah, you’d freak out and pee-pee yourself. (If you listen closely, you can hear me calling for my mom.) You and I aren’t alone; the vast majority of soldiers fail. 96% experienced “dissociative symptoms” – they were so stressed their minds fled reality.

The military realized this program was fine at vetting for the elite, but was horrible at teaching your average soldier anything. And so the military changed their protocols. They consulted researchers about mental strength and resilience. And they learned that many of our ideas about toughness were wrong…

You and I deal with stressful situations too. (Okay, nobody simulates torturing you but it often feels like it.) Giving up at the first sign of difficulty doesn’t look good on anyone’s resume. So what can we learn from the new science of resilience?

Steve Magness combed the research on toughness for his spirited new book, “Do Hard Things: Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness.”

It’s a Dungeon Master’s guide to hanging in there when we feel overwhelmed. And it has the answers we need. Let’s get to it…

Embrace Reality

When times get hard, we feel we should just dismiss any doubts. Fill ourselves with bravado to push through. But this is rarely the smart choice. When difficulties turn out to be extreme, you’re left like Wile E. Coyote glancing down to realize there isn’t anything beneath your feet – and you’re holding an anvil.

Studies done on military survival school participants found a consistent pattern in those who succeeded – they were realistic about the situation. An accurate appraisal of what they faced combined with an accurate appraisal of their abilities was key.

Ouch. That level of remorseless clarity feels like it will give you cancer of the enthusiasm. But without a clear vision of what you’re facing you can’t make good decisions.

So how do you do this the right way? First, set appropriate goals. We’re often told to dream big but that can lead to crushing disappointment. You want to set goals that are just beyond your reach. A stretch — but do-able. Break the problem into smaller, more realistic steps and slowly increase the difficulty. This allows for progress without the potential for breaking your spirit.

The second pattern researchers noted was people who persisted saw difficulties as challenges, not threats. A challenge is difficult but manageable. Like a game. Perceiving obstacles as threats narrows your focus too much. You concentrate on mere survival and performance tanks.

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But your current “challenge” might feel more like a threat. “I can’t do it” might be tattooed on your consciousness. You’re looking at things realistically – and it’s killing your confidence. How do we handle that?

Boost Confidence

So your confidence levels are a disaster, to the point where they may be eligible for federal funding. Should you “fake it till you make it”?

A study of over twelve thousand subjects found faking it beats doing nothing – but it performed miserably compared to real confidence. Faking it only helps on easy tasks when you just need a bit more motivation to get going.

So how do you feel positive so you can get to work? Actually, it’s the reverse: you act and then you feel positive. Confidence comes from accomplishment, not from telling yourself you’re awesome. Confidence is when meeting goals revises your internal narrative.

To increase confidence while under the gun, pave the way to the progress that produces confidence. First, make an accurate, vulnerable assessment of yourself. When weaknesses are acknowledged you can do something about them.

Next, focus on your average performance, not your best. Benchmarking against your best days leads to disappointment.

When you know what problems you need to solve and what you can realistically expect, you can better prepare, shift your strategy or ask for help.

Admittedly, this is far from a magic bullet. Negative feelings mount and you no longer feel grounded. You’re emotionally caught in an M.C. Escher picture and the stairs always go in a circle…

How do you get your head straight so you can move forward?

Find Control

When you don’t feel you have control over a situation, motivation goes into an apocalyptic tailspin. It’s a quick slide down apathy road to the cul-de-sac of “Why bother?” Meanwhile, a feeling of control offers powerful relief. Had-to-pee-for-a-half-hour-and-finally-found-a-bathroom relief.

Neuroscience research has found that feeling control kicks your prefrontal cortex into gear – your “thinky brain.” It dampens emotions and starts the problem-solving engine going.

So how do we get that feeling of control? Start small. Can I slow my breathing down? Something that small can steady you enough to take the next step.

But maybe you still think you don’t have control. That’s okay. This isn’t about whether you objectively have the resources to handle the situation; it’s an issue of how you feel. And when you feel you have a choice, you feel you have control.

Steve gives an example that sounds crazy – but makes sense. He was coaching a runner who would always get so worried before a race that she would vomit. Sure enough, before the next big meet she said, “I’m going to puke.”

“Great! When do you want to do it?”


“We’ll schedule it. When do you want to puke?”

Ummm… 9:45?

“Good, I’ll set an alarm.”

The time came to vomit and… she didn’t need to. It was the first time this ever happened. She was still nervous, but she’d gained a sense of control over it. It was her decision now. Her choice. And she ended up running her best time of the year.

When we build choice into the system, we get a feeling of control. This is the same reason diets often include a cheat day. No, there’s not a physiological benefit to them. Your metabolism is not so easily tricked. But by making isolated failure a part of the system, it stops being failure. It becomes a choice, and you don’t give up.

So create a ritual for yourself. Athletes often have crazy rituals – like wearing the same color socks on game day. Yes, it’s superstitious but it’s not crazy. Rituals give you an early feeling of control, even if it’s illusory. This allows you to confidently get started. And then once you make progress, the control and confidence become real.

Alright, you’ve got tools to be more confident. But when the pressure is on, your brain can feel woven from crooked branches of pessimism. The emotions keep coming…

But that’s a good thing — if you know the right way to deal with them…

Respond Instead Of React

Old school toughness says feelings should be ignored. But the research shows this is so ineffective you might mistake it for homeopathy.

Truly tough people like top athletes don’t do this. They know ignoring emotions means losing valuable information. “Interoception” is awareness of how your body is feeling. A study of stock traders showed those who had better interoception made more money. It wasn’t better credentials that predicted who was profitable; it was who could listen to their body.

But the bigger problem with feelings is they can convince us that we have to obey them. When things get hard and negativity escalates, your brain starts dishing out hot nonsense on a scale that is nothing less than mythic. It’s like a haunted house but the ghosts are in your head.

How do you strike a balance between listening to your body and not listening? Remember that emotions are messengers, not dictators. This prevents your brain from seeming like a good friend who is trying to kill you. Your feelings are employees offering you options, not the CEO giving you orders.

Yeah, easier said than done. What’s the secret to making it work? Create space. No, you don’t need to move furniture. Accept whatever emotions come in. When you wrestle with feelings your brain says, “This must be important.” It turns into a “Don’t think about white bears” problem. By accepting feelings, you don’t amplify them.

Next, label the emotions. This mystically transforms feelings into thoughts. And once you’re thinking, your thinky brain takes the wheel. Don’t say, “I’m tired.” Say, “I’m experiencing tiredness.” It doesn’t define you. It’s just information you can use to make a better decision.

Instead of amorphous feelings warping your mind, you have suggestions coming from your body. And then you can have a calm internal conversation with them over tea and biscuits:

“I’m experiencing tiredness.”

Noted. But we’re on mile twenty of a marathon right now so we’re supposed to be tired. Thanks for the tip, Brain, but we need to keep running.

This takes us a long way toward where we wanna be. Problem is, if the threat challenge is substantial enough, your mind hauls out its biggest weapon:


And that will kick a hole in your soul. But this leads us to the most powerful motivator of them all…

Transcend Discomfort

When you look at all the studies on persistence, something comes up again and again. The people who perform best aren’t motivated by fear, money, image, or anything external. The royals of resilience are those driven by something internal. Purpose. Meaning.

But how does meaning reduce the pain of serious stress? It doesn’t. One time I needed to have a root canal and I asked the dentist for nitrous. I told him I didn’t want to feel the pain. He corrected me with what might seem like a minor distinction: “With nitrous, you’ll still feel the pain. You just won’t care.

And that’s what meaning does. Being a parent is stressful as all get out. It can feel like an endless parade of difficulty. But you persist because you know that taking care of your kid is more important.

Some feelings are powerful and motivating. (Looking at you, Confidence.) But some feelings are hard to come by and fleeting. (Still looking at you, Confidence.) But deep meaning says, “It doesn’t matter how I feel right now – I’ve got bigger fish to fry.” And you keep going.

So think about why you’re doing what you’re doing. Why is this important at the big picture oh-my-god-this-is-my-one-life level?

And if you don’t have a good answer to that, you can find deep purpose someplace else. No, you don’t have to join a creepy, disturbing cult like Satanism or CrossFit. Look to the people you care about…

In 2010, the awesome Dacher Keltner studied over 300 players’ behavior during games of the 2008-2009 NBA season. He found that the number of high-fives and chest bumps predicted team cooperation and better performance.

So you need more high-fives? No, you do not need more high-fives. It’s what they represented. They were signs the players cared about one another. They were in it together. And they not only persisted, they won.

There are stressful times when you don’t feel like you’re “in it together through thick and thin.” It can feel like you’re “in it together through thin and thinner.” But when we feel support from others, we stay in it. Together.

Alrighty, time to round it all up and learn the real value we get from resilience over the long haul…

Sum Up

Here are the secrets of toughness:

  • Embrace Reality: It can be harsh, but you’re not going to make better driving decisions by blocking the windshield. Set appropriate goals and don’t see threats, see challenges.
  • Boost Confidence: We don’t feel confident and act, we act and feel confident. Be honest about your weaknesses so you can compensate for them. Focus on your average performance to make progress without disappointment.
  • Find Control: Without a feeling of control, we lose motivation. Realize you always have a choice. Create a starting ritual.
  • Respond Instead of React: Don’t ignore your feelings. Accept and label emotions. See feelings as information, not dictators.
  • Transcend Discomfort: In the end, the only motivation that matters comes from meaning. A greater purpose or the support of others. Gimme a high-five, willya?

The old version of toughness doesn’t work. I’m not saying recent science has euthanized that concept. No, no, the research has, um, moved old school toughness to a big farm! Yeah, where it can run and play with all the other outdated concepts. It’s very happy there. We got you a new version of toughness right here, darling…

Real toughness is being realistic, finding control inside yourself, accepting feelings as information, and having a sense of meaning that keeps you going.

No, this isn’t going to be a mental luau. Yes, there will be struggle. I know, more struggle doesn’t sound fun. You may already be tenured in struggle.

But you don’t want to just quit. On the mental purchase page for “quitting” it says: Amazon shoppers who purchased quitting also purchased regret, sadness, and lack of fulfillment.

Look, I’m not one to judge… out loud. But I’d argue if you’re not doing enough things that occasionally make you want to quit, you’re not doing enough important things.

In the end, it’s not about the challenges or accomplishments. It’s about how all those little choices shape the person you are. Your character. Becoming the kind of person who is resilient in the face of stress. So don’t give up…

Prayer is a Muscle

Typically at home, my wife and I will wake up the same time around 6 or 6:30 am at home. We will do a morning offering at the kitchen table, meditate on the traditional readings for the day, read a chapter from The Imitation of Christ or Divine Intimacy, and then pray a rosary or intentions. Since I’ve been working from home most of the summer, it’s been our morning routine. I’ll try to go to daily Mass once or twice a week, and the same for Adoration.

The past few days we have been on vacation, and out of routine. I haven’t been as intentional about this prayer routine, and to be quite honest, haven’t prayed much at all. It’s only been three days, and I already feel out of sorts and not in the best frame of mind. I know I could have gotten up early and found a quiet spot in the house to meditate on the readings, but I just haven’t. It’s like I took a “vacation” from prayer. I even ended up eating meat on Friday and neglecting to pray for the people who I had asked me for prayers.

I wrote about these potential “holes in the fence” where the Devil will capitalize on your lack of prayer in Bring Me My Weapon. It starts slowly, innocuously. My son and I took a kayak out on the bay yesterday, and you don’t really realize how far out from shore you are until you look back. But it happens one paddle stroke at a time. Even now a number of months after Lent, I have put back on the twelve pounds I lost, simply from not fasting and not exercising regularly.

Protestants are sometimes critical of Catholics for their “rote” prayers, but they shouldn’t be. Prayer is a habit, and these so-called “rote” prayers can keep us in the practice rather than leaving it up to inspiration. Monastics know this, as they call it “the work of prayer.” Prayer doesn’t always just happen, just like acts of love in a marriage don’t always just happen on their own–sometimes we do have to work at it. If prayer is a muscle, like our bodies, we can neglect to exercise it.

I’m looking forward to going home today and getting back into a routine, but also as a reminder to take more responsibility for my prayer life and not leave it to the externals. It’s hard when you’re in vacation mode, but we shouldn’t take a vacation from our spiritual lives. Outside of it, it’s nothing but emptiness and worldly stimulation that promises contentment but doesn’t deliver. I’ve been lazy, and negligent, and I can already feel the effects. Don’t be the same!

Fidelity to the Word

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72 nations PUBLICLY worship satanic idols in televised luciferian ritual

Image: THE SUMMONING: 72 nations PUBLICLY worship satanic idols in televised luciferian ritual while celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay creepily stalks frightened lambs

(Natural News) Every western government is run by satanists, and they are now openly carrying out public rituals to celebrate Lucifer’s (temporary) dominion over Earth.

At the British Commonwealth Games opening ceremony this week (involving 72 nations), a horned bull creature representing Baal was rolled out in a hellscape arena, complete with depictions of burning lava fire pits, while dozens of satanic worshipers bowed to the demon creature as part of the public ritual. This was publicly broadcast in broad daylight, indicating that the satanists are no longer trying to hide their rituals in dark forests and secret dungeons… they’re now invoking Satan right out in the open, for an international audience.

The following screen grabs are from a video posted by Amazing World Ministries which has superimposed scripture indications that are relevant to the events. (See 2 Kings, and Revelation chapters 13 and 14 to read up on what you’re seeing.)

In this first frame, the hellscape lava fire pits burn in a rind around the arena as Satanists clad in ritualistic clothing bow down before Baal, the horned demon creature, raging with fire and breath:

Here, we see how the two groups of humans, one of them representing globalist Satan worshipers, hold their hands in “prayer” before Baal, the demon creature, and worship his presence on the “stage” of Earth:

Here’s another view showing you the immense size of the Baal creature, which is illuminated with fiery red lights and smoke, indicating its origins from Hell:

According to The Guardian, 72 nations are participating in this demon worship ritual, which was augmented by music from Black Sabbath, a luciferian rock band.

Here’s a partial image from TheGuardian.com, photograph by Neil Hall, which shows the depiction of the two-headed Church beast, animated by small skeleton creatures dressed in darkness and death. This image shows how various renditions of the Church (i.e. the Vatican and the Pope) are actually puppets of the luciferian death cult, literally being “propped up” by the undead:

The iconic image from the luciferian ritual opening is shown below, notice the use of fire and smoke to indicate a “world on fire” while Satan’s Baal demon creature is now glowing with light, center stage, indicating that Satan rules over Earth and commands the nations of the world into war:

From Revelation, chapter 13:

The beast was given a mouth to utter proud words and blasphemies and to exercise its authority for forty-two months. 6 It opened its mouth to blaspheme God, and to slander his name and his dwelling place and those who live in heaven. 7 It was given power to wage war against God’s holy people and to conquer them. And it was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation. 8 All inhabitants of the earth will worship the beast—all whose names have not been written in the Lamb’s book of life, the Lamb who was slain from the creation of the world.

… It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.

This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man.[e] That number is 666.

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay goes “full demon” while stalking frightened lambs, drooling out, “Oven time!”

As yet another display of the pure demonism and luciferian evil that is taking over our world, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay — of “Hell’s Kitchen” fame — proudly released a video where he is stalking frightened lambs, declaring, “I’m going to eat you!” and asking, “Which one’s going in the oven first?”

He then stalks the lambs in a Gollum-like posture, invoking the full power of the demons that have seemingly possessed his once-human form, calling out, “Oven time!” and declaring “Yum, yummy yum!”

The scene is almost perfectly ripped from Lord of the Rings, where Smiegel (Gollum) is beating a fish to eat it raw:

It’s not merely the fact that Gordon Ramsay thinks his creepy lamb stalking video is suitable for the public, it’s also that he has no idea how evil and demonic he looks — which is exactly what we would expect from someone who is demonically possessed and no longer has any human empathy or compassion.

Even people who eat beef, pork, chicken or lamb don’t stalk individual animals, drooling over which one they’re going to send into the oven to eat them. But for Ramsay, the suffering and killing of an innocent animal appears to be part of the “joy” of his cooking, as if he actually enjoys the killing of frightened lambs.

No doubt, Ramsay will soon be advocating cannibalism and drooling over which humans to send to the ovens first.

The portals have opened, the demons are spilling out, and humanity faces Biblical end times in the ultimate battle between good and evil

The entire point of these demonic rituals is to open portals that allow demonic entities to enter the physical Earthly realm and either take possession of humans or literally take physical form themselves. Demonic influence and possession are now on the rise globally, and as Gordon Ramsay clearly demonstrated, demons tend to target influencers and celebrities in order to seize their bodies and use them to promote death and destruction.

Rituals are tools of summoning to bring demonic entities into this world. The more people that are involved in the ritual, the more powerful the summoning. That is exactly why these luciferian rituals are being performed by hundreds of participants in public arenas where tens of thousands of people are watching in person. This is a deliberate strategy to increase the power of the summoning, allowing increasingly powerful demonic entities to enter this world through the opened portals.

What you are witnessing right now on a global scale is the coordinated, government-funded, ritualistic invocation of supernatural demons that are flooding into this world to wage war against humankind and God.

The results of this are easily seen everywhere:

  • School teachers turned into transgender demons, preying on innocent children, pushing grooming, pedophilia and genital mutilations.
  • The total corruption of the Church as they embrace homosexuality, transgenderism and child mutilations.
  • National leaders appearing either brain dead (Biden) or possessed with neurological seizures (Clinton), or self-medicating to avoid the pain of the demonic possession (Pelosi).
  • 666 symbolism everywhere, from the Google Chrome logo to the CERN supercollider. Even Monster energy drinks — “Unleash the beast!” — depict 666 using Hebrew numerals.
  • Even the NIH — which funded the SARS-CoV-2 gain-of-function bioweapons development in China — sports a logo that clearly depicts “666.”

Monster energy drinks:

Google Chrome logo:

CERN supercollider, searching for the “God particle”:

The NIH, tied to bioweapons to exterminate humanity:

Congressional bills that seek to enslave humanity are routinely given numbers like HR 060606, and patents related to covid vaccines and Bill Gates are also assigned numbers like 2020-060606. “666” is the dog whistle for satanists. It’s a communications technique for one group of satanists to let other satanists know they’re on board with the luciferian agenda. This is why you find 666 incorporated into so many institutions of science, government and academia.