On January 17, 2019, Michael Voris did an infamous interview with Milo Yiannopoulos in which Voris clearly expressed that the age of sexual consent should be lowered to 16. Ted did an entire video and article responding to this:
The issue of discussing the age of consent is not an issue into itself, except that it came in the context of a conversation between an active homosexual and a man who while claiming to have stopped engaging in sodomite activity has a long-established past history of homosexuality. Knowing that most of the the sexual abuse in the Catholic Church is not only homosexuals but specifically homosexuals abusing teenagers, and that Dennis “Fifteen-not-nine” Prager also expressed his support of sodomite ephebophile relationships claiming support from “the Bible” while talking to the infamous sodomite David Rubin, one must not view the discussion between Yiannopoulos and Voris on this issue as something genuine, but suspect it as attempting to pass a darker agenda by deceptive, dishonest measures.
But there was another statement that Milo made in his conversation with Voris that few picked up on, beginning in his interview from 51:54 to 52:44
Yiannopoulos: Certainly from my point of view I can never be physically happy with a woman at this stage in my life, it’s not going to happen.
Voris: Ok that’s fair enough…
Yiannopoulos: And I know that, so I’m faced with two choices. One, give up one of the fonts of joy that I have in my life which would significantly weaken my ability to fight the good fight. This is the paradox of it, this is why it’s a difficult question, and this I hope will help people to understand that it’s not as simple as all that, you know? Do I give up something that gives me power, that gives me reserves of strength, and enables me to do good in the world? Um..no is the conclusion that I’ve come to, because, because it would make me less good at all the good stuff that I do.
This statement is very curious, because Milo connects his power, influence, and even internal strength to his homosexual behavior.
Aleister Crowley, the infamous British occultist and homosexual
Homosexuality throughout history has always been about power and domination, hence why the act is performed- instead of giving life in the way God intended it to be used, it is perverted into being a way to “show” another person “who is in charge.” Since this is a display of dominance without any moral boundaries outside of those which the person performing the act chooses, it is a physical manifestation of the Crowlean mantra “do what thou wilt.”
Likewise, since homosexuality is a power struggle, it does not have to include simply anal contact between two men for the purpose of pleasure. In fact, this is just one facet of the homosexual lifestyle, and as many homosexuals will note, represents only about half of the “community.” Sodomites, acting in the pursuit of pleasure without restraint except that of their own personal limits they establish and can change as they will, engage in a plethora of practices regarded as “normal” and “common,” many of which are highly dangerous and transmit disease.
However, there are many homosexuals who believe the very act of sodomy itself is a magical ritual which channels power that they can use. It is why paganism and homosexuality are so closely tied, and of one among many examples is why the Aztecs of Mexico ritually murdered their victims with phallus-shaped knives, for the act of worship for them was a power exchange mirrored in homosexual behavior.
In the 20th century, the English occultist Crowley expounded on this concept, where combining pagan and ritual practices from Greek, Hindu, Cabbalistic and other forms occultism developed his own system. A major part of it emphasized homosexuality as a vehicle of generating and manipulating power in what he called “sex magic”, such as his “eroto-comatose lucidity” ritual where a group of people proceed to ritually sodomize the central ritual “offering,” and then to have him consume the emissions of the participants in a mockery of Communion that Crowley called the “cake of light“:
In the first part of the ritual, the aides seek repeatedly both to arouse the ritualist sexually as well as to exhaust him. The ritualist is generally passive in this regard. There is disagreement over whether sexual arousal is enough, or sexual orgasm must be eventually accomplished. Crowley and others argue that orgasm must be avoided. Although later practitioners conclude that orgasm does not need to be avoided, that was how Crowley originally formulated the ritual. Most practitioners agree with Crowley that every means of arousal may be used, such as physical stimulation, genital stimulation, psychological stimulation, devices (such as sex toys), or drugs (an entheogen like hashish, marijuana, or other aphrodisiacs). There should be enough aides so that if one aide tires another may take his or her place. Eventually, the ritualist will tend to sink into sleep due to exhaustion.
In the second part of the ritual, the aides seek to come close to awakening the ritualist through sexual stimulation alone. The goal is not to fully awaken her or him, but rather to bring them to the brink of wakefulness. Not all authors agree that the ritualist seer will be in a state between sleep and wakefulness, instead noting that exhaustion will lead to a trance, or “sleep of lucidity” The ritualist should be neither too tired or too uncomfortable to aid in the trance-like state. Once the ritualist reaches a near-waking state, sexual stimulation must stop The ritualist-seer is then permitted to sink back toward (but not into) sleep. This step is repeated indefinitely until the ritualist reaches a state between sleep and wakefulness in which communing with a higher power may occur. Some say a goal during this time is to not become “lost” in the trance-like state, but to remain open without directing an outcome. The ritualist may also conduct spiritual work while in this state, or witness mystical events. Exhaustion may not be necessary for the ritualist who is “bodily pure,” Crowley writes.
The rite may end in one of two ways. The ritualist may simply sink into total sleep, or he or she may achieve orgasm and then sink into a deep and “undisturbable” sleep. (source)
Milo Yiannopoulos has admitted his pedophilia, and it is known that pedophilia is tied to forms of “sex magic.”
Now, in fairness to Milo, he could mean that his promotion of himself as a sodomite, given the positive reception of homosexuality in the Western world, gives him “power” in the form of social approbation so he can say more or less what he wants and to advance his own ideas.
However, Milo also claims to be Catholic. One knows that if one is Catholic, while one can have power, one’s end is not power, but moral right. Milo openly admits that not only does he not want to pursue normal relations, but that his power derives from his homosexuality, and that being good, for him, means being a sodomite so he can “do good.”
Homosexuality is evil, and the Bible clearly states that it is a sin that is “worthy of death” and is one of four in the Old Testament that specifically cries out to Heaven for vengeance. God destroyed Sodom because of this sin, and according to scientists with the force of a ten megaton atomic bomb. No “good” that Milo does, perceived or real, can compare to or “offset” the evil which he is engaged in by his actions. When one compares this fact in light of the many people throughout history who have used the Catholic Faith to advance nefarious agendas, pretending to possess the Faith when in reality they were opposing it, and how homosexuality is such a heinous sin yet overlaps too closely with both individuals in the conversation about matters related curiously to advancing the homosexual agenda, and considering the potential allusions to forms to witchcraft, a man who seeks truth cannot help but greatly question the entire discussion, not trusting in the superficial and perceived answers given, as they only merit more questions.
In Black Sabbath’s “Mr. Crowley,” which is a song about the infamous sodomite occultist Aleister Crowley, Ozzy Osbourne asks “Oh Mr. Crowley, what went on in your head?”. In this case, the question should be “Oh Mr. Yiannopoulos, what goes on in your head?”