Two nuns who are strongly opposed to Katy Perry purchasing their former convent accused Katy Perry of witchcraft and of “selling her soul to the devil”. They really don’t want her to move in there.
The singer whose last single was about people being too “comfortable in their bubble” has been attempting to buy, for the past two years, a gigantic convent in Los Feliz, Los Angeles. Perry made a $14.5 million offer to buy the eight-acre property but five nuns maintaining the estate fought tooth and nail to stop the deal. The judge finally sided with the Perry, who will most likely move into the estate once the transaction has been approved by the Vatican.
“Perry initially thought that she would be able to buy the former convent from the archdiocese of Los Angeles, run by Archbishop Jose Gomez, and made a $14.5 million (£9.3 million) bid. However, the five nuns living in the property at the time deemed that Perry would be an unsuitable owner and pushed to sell it to businesswoman Dana Hollister instead, who wanted to turn it into a hotel. A local Catholic archbishop then argued that it was him and not the nuns who owned the property and that it was his wish to sell the property to Perry.
The Hollywood Reporter now reports that judge Stephanie Bowick issued a ruling on Tuesday (March 14) that the nuns “did not have authority to sell the property to Hollister” and “nevertheless failed to validly consummate the transaction.”
– NME, Judge sides with Katy Perry as nuns accuse singer of witchcraft
The property is maintained by Sister Rita Callanan, 78 and Sister Rose Catherine Holzman, 86, who belong the Order of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Sister Callanan stated that she would ‘not be very happy at all if Perry got the property adding: ‘I do not like Katy Perry’s lifestyle’.
Amidst the court battle, the nuns have been extremely vocal about their opposition to the sale, even branding Perry as “disgusting” and hinting that she would desecrate the convent’s sacred grounds. In an interview with the Daily Mail, the nuns explained the time they confronted Katy Perry about her selling her soul to the devil and more.
“Recalling a meeting the sisters had with the singer, Sister Callanan said: ‘She brought her mother Mary to the meeting and I just thought, ‘Oh God help us.’
‘Katy Perry was all dressed very nicely and said: ‘I have this tattoo on my wrist and it says Jesus.
‘And I wanted to say, ‘yes and what is the tattoo on your behind?’
The nun also quizzed Perry on remarks she had made about ‘selling her soul to the devil’ when she moved from Christian music into mainstream pop.”
The estate was originally built in 1927 for the broadcaster and entrepreneur Earle Anthony. It was then sold in 1961 to Catholic philanthropist Sir Daniel Donohue. Soon after, his son committed suicide on the property.
In 1969, Manson’s followers butchered the couple Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in their house adjoining the property.
The couple was stabbed dozens of times in a ritualistic matter. Leno LaBianca was given 14 puncture wounds with an ivory-handled, two-tined carving fork, which was left jutting out of his stomach. A steak knife was also planted in his throat. Manson’s followers wrote “Rise” and “Death to pigs” on the walls and “Healter Skelter” on the refrigerator door, all in LaBianca’s blood. These events occurred on the day following the infamous killing of Sharon Tate (Roman Polanski’s pregnant wife) by Manson’s “family” (read my article about it here).
“In August 1969, a night after the murder of Sharon Tate and others by followers of Charles Manson, Leno and Rosemary LaBianca were also butchered by the Manson family — and the misspelled phrase “Healter Skelter” was written in blood on a refrigerator — in a home that adjoins the nuns’ property.”
– NY Times, 2 Nuns, a Developer and Katy Perry Walk Into a Real Estate Deal
Charles Manson was a product of the MKULTRA program. He was described by Fritz Springmeier as “both a Monarch slave and a handler”. His programmers knew ahead of time what were going to be the next hits. He was basically used by the elite to carry out ritualistic murders. Manson was reportedly programmed using Beatles songs (Manson himself claimed that the song Helter Skelter contained hidden messages intended for his family).
“The Manson killings were performed according to ancient ritual with hoodwinks and “cords of initiation” around the necks of the sacrifices. (…)
What we are witnessing in the wake of the public enactment of these alchemical psychodramas, whose spiritual consequences for mankind are far more momentous than most have thus far guessed, is a process of global occult initiation”.
– Michael, A. Hoffman, Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare
The entire Manson saga was deeply interconnected with the occult elite’s Satanic industry.
“the murders attributed to the Son of Sam, the Manson Family, and numerous other interconnected killings (including possibly the Zodiac murders) were not what they appeared to be. While these killings appeared to be the random work of serial/mass murderers, they actually were contract hits carried out for specific purposes by an interlocking network of Satanic cults … In other words, these were professional hits orchestrated and disguised to look like the work of yet another ‘lone nut’ serial killer.”
– David McGowan, “There’s Something About Henry”
So this is the property Katy Perry has been attempting to purchase for the past two years. Is it truly the perfect place to drink “green tea and meditate” … or to carry out Black magick rituals?
Bette Davis’ Christian daughter claims her famous mother practiced witchcraft
A neurotic, controlling and manipulative drunk who indulged in the occult and spent decades trying to break up her daughter’s marriage – that’s the shocking portrayal of legendary film star Bette Davis by her eldest child B.D. Hyman.
Nearly 30 years after Davis died, her daughter is still waging a war against her famous mother in YouTube videos to promote her Christian ministry.
And the fight is even more vicious than the rivalry between Davis and her What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? co-star Joan Crawford, which is recounted in Ryan Murphy’s new TV series, Feud.
Hyman, now 69, who lives in Charlottesville, Virginia is a born-again Christian who runs her own ministry.
In a series of YouTube videos called A Long Day’s Journey Into Light, she shares her ‘testimony’ with her followers.
It includes claims that her mom dabbled in witchcraft, casting spells on her enemies from her bed, and that the star’s ‘demonic’ curse on Hyman and her family led to her grandson’s bipolar diagnosis and her daughter facing terminal cancer.
In a 2015 video, Hyman says: ‘[She] would sit on her bed and she had this big metal wastebasket and she would have her secretary get a piece of clothing from someone who had vexed her, crossed her in her view, and she would take this piece of clothing and she would mumble incoherently and she would then set it on fire and hold it over this metal wastebasket, and laugh as it burned and she dropped it into this container.
‘People’s lives were destroyed. They fell apart. All sorts of horrible things happened to them.’
She also claims to have witnessed her mother’s ‘demonic cackling,’ watching her ‘transform into a Satanic figure, [with] a Satanic face, long claws on the end of her hands,’ scraping at the glass of a terrace door during a 1982 trip to her Davis, California home.
Hyman added that her mother was ‘the poster girl for the spirit of control’ and described how she became increasingly ‘invasive’ and destructive’ in her and her family’s life.
The claims are just another chapter in Hyman’s bitter relationship with her mom, which she exposed in her 1985 tell-all, My Mother’s Keeper: A Daughter’s Candid Portrait of Her Famous Mother.