Sex With Monsters

Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, discusses the Academy Award winning movie The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro's remake of the 1954 movie The Creature from the Black Lagoon. In the Black Lagoon, which Guillermo saw when he was young, the beautiful Julie Adams is sexually assaulted by a monster called Gill-man. The relationship is consummated in Guillermo's remake.

Dr. Jones points out that the monster is really our own out of control sexual passions (spurred on by Hollywood of course). If we do not slay these passions we can not walk in Logos or see Logos i.e. Christ. We (especially the Church) must slay our sexual passions before we can secure our spiritual sight. The Hollywood film industry, has instead convinced us, in films like "The Shape of Water", to have sex with the monster instead of killing him.

Contraception, the Sexual Revolution, the Catholic Church and Medjugorje

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After hearing this talk, the producer of a major Medjugorje video had a change of heart and is now devoting his efforts to exposing the fraud behind what he once promoted as true. This talk was also the basis of a day-long seminar on the dangers of private revelations, sponsored by the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska, under Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz. This talk is the best explanation of what everyone thought was inexplicable.