The Occultic Wizard of Oz
Dennis L. Cuddy - June 29, 2009
In one of my recent columns, I referred to President Obama speaking at the University of Notre Dame. People were surprised that a Catholic university would give an honorary degree to a president who supports the right of women violently to kill their preborn babies by abortion. However, one must remember that the University’s former head, Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, was head of the population-controlling Rockefeller Foundation for a number of years in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Fidelity editor E. Michael Jones said he met Prof. Sam Shapiro of the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, on July 4, 1984, and that Shapiro’s wife who taught at Indiana University South Bend, was a strong supporter of abortion-rights. Jones also related that Shapiro told him of his concern that Prof. Gloria Kaufman, Shapiro’s wife, had “demonic energy” and was a witch.
On ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (June 4, 2009), actress Heather Graham (reared as a traditional conservative Catholic when she was a girl) told Kimmel she and some friends recently had been engaged in witchcraft, casting spells to elect Obama as President among other things. Her long blonde hair and manner reminded me of Billie Burke who played Glinda, the supposedly “good witch” in the movie The Wizard of Oz in 1939.