Athena Doesn’t Stop Until Justice Is Served

Is it making sense now?

Evil is afoot and it will not win. Whoever believes the devil as powerful as the almighty GOD, is a fool. The almighty allows things to happen for a bigger picture, for the higher good in the end. It may not make sense at the time, but it will. Melanie Hamrick’s time is up, as is her defunct covens, she got away with murder, rape and stalking for seven years, using black magic. She disrespected and lied on a goddess, she will pay. The devil always comes to collect, you’re watching it in real time too. You cannot violate sacred universal laws, nor align with those who do and get away with it. Mick Jagger’s kids fates, his family in general, will serve as cautionary tale, this is how myths are made. Try as I might to change their fate, all I did is extend their time, not by much. Not by much at all. Oh, to be prescient.

L’wren Scott is getting her justice. She did not want to die. Melanie will leave this planet with her murder rape baby in an awful way, she earned it. She wanted to be famous, not gonna happen, an infamous criminal, that’s the ticket. When Mick told me she was evil I ignored him, when L’wren showed me what happened to her, finding all that evidence, I was gobsmacked. What hurts now is how rightfully disgusted she is with Mick and his family, after saving them. Ungrateful white trash. I don’t feel bad for them, watching destiny reap what they sow is amazing. Knowing only I can protect them and won’t, as their chances are up and that they, like the people who support them, are powerless and doomed gives me great joy. Throw all of you away eternally into those lonely flames.

If you disrespected me, or aligned with those who did, be it the Kardashian Jenner West coven, Ed Westwick being racist, people I know, places I worked where dark magic was being used…you chose your fate and it’s not a good one. PLEASE NOT YOU GUYS CAME TO ME, I WAS MINDING MY BUSINESS. When a divine speaks I suggest you listen. You aren’t capable of fraction of what I can do. I was holding back due to my compassionate nature, but that’s done now. Good luck trying to escape your destiny. Here’s a hint, you don’t and with each passing day you’re closer to those eternal flames, instead of being reunited with those you love in paradise. Do enjoy your time, for it is running out. Via: Magical Recipes Online

Why The Kardashian Jenner West Drama Started

It all started two years ago on my birthday, February 27th 2020. Naomi Campbell said happy birthday to me as amends for Genc Jakupi stalking me for five years (read article: Genc Jakupi , Naomi Campbell & Jordan Barrett (2/2)). Khloe Kardashian followed suit. She liked a post I dedicated to her on this blogs instagram account (saint_twenty), acknowledging me as a bday gift. I felt blessed, these were people I admired, especially Naomi. I genuinely wouldn’t be me if it weren’t for her, I can say that about many people who turned out to be evil. This is why the adage never meet your idols exist, certainly don’t date them.
Anyways, all was well until Stephanie Shepard, Kim’s former assistant and the reason I created the word celebrisite (a parasitic person who makes money off their celebrity connections, rather than talent) got delusional. Larry from Apple wasn’t good enough, she had her eyes set on a Marvel movie star, except his eyes were set on me. The Marvel star is not Chris Evans, although Evans created an instagram account to backstab his friend, in hopes of pursuing me.

I’ve been searching for my twin flame for YEARS, the universe telling me this is my one. Even getting descriptions of who they are: foreign, they come from overseas, age difference, eventually adding public figure into the descriptors…fitting the last four situationships I’ve been in. The Marvel star, who shall remain anonymous at this time, paid attention to me before I even knew who he was. Despite seeing him in roles I enjoyed, I truly didn’t know his name until the universe guided me his way. Making me realize he’d been subtly trying to get my attention all along.
When Kobe Bryant died I succumbed to depression, only emerging due to the Marvel star posting a video about fate, how he was born to go this way. I waited for him to make a move, because the person I’m to be with does, but he never did.
The Marvel star was always very sweet to me, because of it I never publicly roasted him when he got problematic, allowing his roles to roll in. He always had my back, even when I started dating Mick Jagger. Whenever anyone attacked me from Ed Westwick to Georgia May Jagger, he was supportive. When Mick made me feel alone, the Marvel star did not. Having one person in my corner is all I needed to find light in darkness. To give me hope that not everyone in Hollywood is a callous, self-absorbed, satanic, immoral, evil, shitty person.

The Kardashian Jenner West’s started attacking me after being kind, to support Steph Shep with her Spongebob waist. In what world is bullying someone the answer to a guy not liking you? She’s a weirdo who triggered the fall of her friends and most of Hollywood (who showed their true colors by siding with satanist and attacking me), because they didn’t know what I was, or was going to be (Athena and queen witch). That’s how my beef with this satanic clan began, over a movie star (I’m not gonna tell you who it is, you have to save some gems for the big time). It was all fated.

So you see I have no problem leaving Mick, starting my own family sans toxic children and black magicians, who murder and rape. Mick won’t willingly set me free to do so, but I’m ready to start my life. He leaves me no choice but to sue him, ruining his reputation. The duration of our relationship he was incredibly jealous of the movie star, my friends, really anyone, because he needs my world to revolve around him to feel secure. It simply doesn’t and it never will. That’s not a healthy way to live, it shows little self-worth, nor has it worked out for him in the past. Literally, look at his failed relationships, minus L’wren Scott, who was murdered by Melanie Can’t Get A Man B/C She’s Ugly Hamrick. To be the center of my attention Mick will do anything, even to detriment of himself, his family and the world at large. Via: Itsjqboo & Saint Twenty

Use Your Words

Me curb stomping you hoes with my exposé.
Now again, Ed Westwick and his girlfriend racially profiled me (people joined in). Then the Kardashian Jenner West family racially profiled, stalked and did a ton of horrible things to me, because of Stephanie Shephard, the celebrisite (a parasitic person who makes money off their celebrity affiliations, not the quality of their work). The reason Stephanie did it is completely embarrassing for Larry Jackson, her second place consolation prize. Herself as well, she looks an entire fool. Everyone thank her for starting your downfalls and descents into hell, good work sis. Stephanie started this over a boy, despite Larry being successful Stephanie wanted the fame from a Marvel movie star. How does it feel for your lover to start a war and it’s not over you? We’ll have to ask Larry, I wouldn’t know, but he do.

Now during this time I began a relationship with Mick Jagger (my Micheal, my twin flame that I ran away from in 2016 when we met at Miss Lily’s), after writing happy birthday on his wall in 2020 and kept it secret. I wanted to see Hollywood’s finest true colors, are you really about black lives matters? And what I found was satanism/black magic and the reality of the illuminati. What they didn’t count on is being exposed, because Melanie Hamrick another black magic user, can’t stop being a desperate liar to save her life. So people believed her made up stories, despite Mick never posting her. Now his kids happen to be friends with a bunch of evil people, which I called out, as they partook in profiling me. Angry, Mick’s children endangered themselves in an effort to spite us (by not respecting his choices, even though that bubble they live in is courtesy of his legacy, and that he did not want Melanie, who voodooed him in his life), only for me to be right…again. Living in a homogenous bubble with limited experiences, can leave people naive and unable to read the nature of one’s intention and character, even when it’s right in front of your face, butt ass naked, screaming what they are.
It also didn’t help when Naomi Campbell lied to everyone pretending she knows me. When the truth is she was doing work for Genc Jakupi, a womanzier who became obsessed with me. This is why eyes were on me in the first place. Genc was my former boss at a well known celebrity hotspot and the definition of toxic masculinity.

Just a quick outline of events.

And I didn’t even leave New York City, because an interesting life comes from interesting people, not what you’re doing. And believing someone blindly, without doing research is dangerous and shows a level of stupidity that can get you killed. But why were they so quick to believe in the worst of me? For many reasons, but mainly because I am a black woman and they treated me as such. The lesser gender, the lesser race. Too bad those are all lies and I’m more powerful than you all combined, as you can see. And now I’m going to teach people their place. Karma always wins, so do I. As for those watching, how good at you at assessing intentions and character? Do you question everything, like a critical thinker, or do you follow the herd like a sheep? Artist: Gabbois

Black Women As Lab Rats

“The doctor, James Marion Sims, would later be heralded as the founding father of gynecology. He came to his discoveries by acquiring enslaved women in Alabama and conducting savage surgeries that often ended in disfigurement or death. He refused to administer anesthesia, saying vaginal surgery on them was ‘not painful enough to justify the trouble’. Instead, he administered morphine only after surgery, noting that it ‘relieves the scalding of the urine,’ and, as Washington writes, ‘weakened the will to resist repeated procedures.’

A Louisiana surgeon perfected the cesarean section by experimenting on the enslaved women he had access to in the 1830’s. Others later learned how to remove ovaries and bladder stones. They performed these slave cabin experiments in search of breakthroughs for their white patients who would one day undergo surgery in hospitals and under available anesthesia.”
How does this passage give you a better understanding of feminism from a black females rappers perspective?
Why does this make Lil Kim iconic?
How does this passage give you a better understanding of the deep seated distrust African Americans have towards the medical industry?

*Bonus: how does this play into why I’m going to drag the Kardashian Jenner West family (as well as Ed Westwick) and affiliates? You guys messed with a smart bitch, I promise you I’m gonna beat your asses in more ways that one. Ima do y’all how Kourtney did Kim. Via: Word Up Official

New Week Style, With Selena

Me getting ready for the new week by outlining how I’m going to expose the Kardashian Jenner West family, Melanie Hamrick, Ed Westwick and their affiliates in a beautiful cohesive manner. Overwhelmed with receipts and themes: black magic, racism, classism, power, morality, greed, desperation, but they all have one thing in common. Stupidity. Are you ready for the grand finale folks? Good things come to those who wait, I patiently gathered my evidence while these dingbats thought they were pulling a con. The saying is true after all. Via: Selena Laleyenda

De-Conditioning: Why You Can’t Say Nigga

Today’s lesson is simple.

Nani: If we were on a plantation and someone said nigga get me a glass of water, I’m going to turn around you’re not.

PERIOD NIGGA.

Why did my 8th grade social studies teacher Allegra, have all those black garbage bags?

She made us pick cotton for the duration of an hour. Robbie, Wesley and Malcolm were in the same class, so they allied threatening to tell on her. I was on my own, the only black person in the room. Every time we complained that our fingers hurt she replied “well now you know how the slaves felt.” How do you argue with a quip like that? I did say something when she made me, of all people, collect the cotton though.

The tips of my fingers burned and numbed, my knuckles ached from constant crooking. Pulling the thinnest layer of cotton off those big ass seeds, all that work for barely anything…I picked in a comfortable classroom on 76th and York Avenue. My ancestors picked in fields under the sweltering sun, until they could no longer stand, passing out, sans sustenance, for the duration of their life.

If earning the word means so much to you, I would be overjoyed to help. We can get a plantation, you can pick the cotton, do all the manual work, build a country on blood, sweat and tears, by force (not choice) and when the mood strikes I’ll strike you. As to ensure the full experience, until the skin on your back leathers and scars. And that would be going easy on you, as that’s only a fraction of the cruelty in the black experience. Do you want to earn the word? Didn’t think so. Special dedication to Ed Westwick and his girlfriend, she’s quicker to use the word than say sorry. Artist: Shaylin Wallace

De-Conditioning: Don’t Invalidate Feelings

First and foremost let me make clear, it is not my job to teach you about racism. It’s an institution that affects everyone (whether it benefits or oppresses), you have access to resources like the internet and libraries. Watch a documentary, read a book. Don’t be self-absorbed, walk a day in someone else’s shoes. However, I understand the need to learn, to understand and want to help those who are at a complete loss. This series is called De-Conditioning, based on my theory that everyone is conditioned until they aren’t. We pass down the traits to our offspring that have helped us survive, depending on who you are it could mean you are programmed to entitlement, or to stay safe by being subservient. The importance of ancestry. These traits are passed down through epigenetic’s, the expression of gene’s without changing the structure of one’s DNA. Fortunately for us these expressions can be modified.

Society dictates that white people are the default human, everything else is other and “white culture” is normative. Band-aids and ballet shoes are made the color of caucasian skin tones then labeled “normal.” What does that make everyone else? If you’re white these are things you don’t think about, but if you aren’t all you notice are all the ways your existence has been erased, or made secondary. When the world caters to your needs (which was granted through violent and immoral tactics) it’s easy to drown out everybody else, even if it’s unintentional.

In February I was furious when actor turned influencer Ed Westwick, his girlfriend and a “producer” victimized themselves after trolling me. His girlfriend decided to copy me, from recreating the same photos, to taking work from this very website. I called them out giving them ample time to apologize. She cried (Karen behavior) and he babied her. Both felt it was okay, because I’m a black woman the “lesser” gender and race. My feelings didn’t matter. To top it off, other white women (and a black actress) felt it was my job to let it go, to move on, to eat shit. They could have taken the same time to hold all parties accountable, but I was the one who had to fix it, even though they created the situation. This is a typical and unacceptable response. A person of color expresses how they feel, only to have their feelings invalidated. When people do this it perpetuates this false truth that we are secondary, our feelings having to get your approval to be real, because until the white person agrees your voice doesn’t matter.

Stop invalidating the feelings of colored people. If a p.o.c tells you they felt someone was behaving in a manner that made them feel uncomfortable, listen. This person knows what they are talking about, for you it’s a complaint, for us it’s a survival mechanism that’s been fine tuned and passed down. We know when someone is racist, because it’s a matter of life or death for us. Stop shaming the victim, accusing them of playing the race card. It’s not a card, it’s their reality.

Have you ever had your feelings invalidated? How did that make you feel?

Keep that feeling.

Have you ever invalidated someone else’s feelings?

Go back to when you felt unheard, now you know how it feels when you do the same to a colored person.

The fact that this even has to be a conversation is evidence that you see people as other. See people as the collection of their experiences, not their skin tone, but as human because that’s what we are.

Via: Images You Won’t See On TV