A new disturbing WikiLeaks leak from John Podesta's email revealed an invitation from his brother, Tony, to a very questionable dinner party (video below).
The email from Tony originated from a message he received from Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic, in which she invited him to dinner and asked if his brother would come along, as well, according to We Are Change.
“Dear Tony,” the email read. “I am so looking forward to the Spirit Cooking dinner at my place. Do you think you will be able to let me know if your brother is joining? All my love, Marina.”
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Tony forwarded the email to his brother, John, asking if he’d join them for the get-together.
It may seem relatively innocent until you read more about what exactly Spirit Cooking is. In a video from 1997, Abramovic can be seen painting a recipe on a wall for “spirit dinners,” using what appeared to be blood. The recipe included things like “fresh breast milk” and “fresh sperm,” and several lines alluded to very dark satanic practices.
The questionable dinner that Podesta was invited to went viral when WikiLeaks exposed it, leading many to question whether or not he was involved in a dark, satanic practice that involved blood, sperm and breast milk.
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Abramovic later alluded to the practice during a Reddit Q&A, according to Conservative Outfitters, when she was asked about the occult’s place in contemporary art.
“Everything depends on which context you are doing what you are doing. If you are doing the occult magic in the context of art or in a gallery, then it is the art. If you are doing it in different context, in spiritual circles or private house or on TV shows, it is not art. The intention, the context for what is made, and where it is made defines what art is or not,” she replied.