Father Aidan Bury Saint Edmunds: Pan, Pandemic and Pandemonium

November 22, 2020 at 11:58 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, The Occult, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , )

The Rev. Father Aidan Bury Saint Edmunds (who was the Church of England’s leading exorcist) was in his office at Saint Genevieve’s Anglo-Catholic Parish Church in West London.

He was meeting with a young gypsy woman named Dulcinea Lucia who was having nightmares about the Covid-19 situation.

Both Father Saint Edmunds and Dulcinea Lucia were friends of Amadeus Emanon and British MP Renfield R. Renfield.

“There is a rabbi named Rabbi Michoel Green who’s Director of the Chabad Center in Westborough Massachusetts who recently wrote a piece on the etymological origins of the word pandemic,” Father Saint Edmunds noted, “Pan is Greek for the English word “all” and “demic” comes from the Greek word “demos” meaning “people”. So pan-demic is something that threatens all people. And the Greek word Pan itself originally derives from the Greek deity named Pan. Pan (a half-man, half-goat satyr figure) was a beastial deity of nature and the wild. He was the god of both herdsmen and hunters.
It was in the era of Classical Greece that the Greeks started to use the name of Pan to mean “all”. Our word “pan-ic” derives from the name Pan since it was believed that the presece of the deity would arouse sudden uncontrollable fear in people that led them into irrational behaviour. Such as buying loads of toilet paper from stores when the Ethiopian TPLF Communist head of WHO and Xi Jinping stooge puppet Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus suddenly proclaimed a “pandemic” back in March. Or wearing a talisman such as a face mask thinking that it will stop all viruses (it won’t). The mainstream Marxist media are always yacking about how face masks can stop the transmission of most viruses but all it takes is for one to get through (which one eventually will) and then you’ve got Covid. But still it gives technocratic health experts and politicians a feeling of power when you can dictate to people what they must wear.
A pandemic can invoke “pandemonium” (which means “all-demons” and is used to describe the uproar than can occur when all demons are let loose). It’s almost as if a pandemic brings something demonic out of people.”

Dulcinea asked, “I suppose as an Anglo-Catholic clergyman and as an exorcist, you believe that there are literal beings such as demons?”.

“Yes,” said Father Saint Edmunds, “For the Apostle Saint Paul wrote in the 1st verse of 2 Timothy Chapter 3, “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.” The Greek word used for perilous in that verse is “chalepos” and that word “chalepos” is only used one other time in the entire Greek New Testament. And that’s in Matthew Chapter 8 verse 28 when Jesus is in the country of the Gergesenes and he meets two demon possessed men rising out of the tombs exceeedingly fierce so that no man might pass by that way. Later in that same chapter, the spirits possessing the men are sent into a herd of swine and that herd of swine throw themselves over a cliff into the sea.The word translated fierce in that verse (as in exceedingly fierce) is chalepos. The same word in the original Greek that was translated “perilous” in 2nd Timothy Chapter 3 verse 1. So the last days are times of demonic peril and demonic fierceness. And this pandemic (derived from the satyr God Pan and his antics) are certainly bringing that about.

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written by Christopher
Sunday November 22nd


  1. Hetty Eliot said,

    Sort of off topic, but you know what I find creepy? When people with “alternative self-identities,” I’ll call it, refer to themselves as “they.” What pops into my mind is “My name is Legion, for we are many.”

    Do you think there are forces other than natural at work in the world?

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, Hetty, I believe there are forces other than natural at work in the world.

      In Malachi Martin’s 1990 book The Keys of This Blood, he showed how the “principalities and powers” that Saint Paul the Apostle warned about in his epistles often played a key role in the unfolding geopolitical events of the world.

      I have used Father Martin’s geopolitical analysis in the way I analyze global geopolitical events and trends.

      • Hetty Eliot said,

        Very interesting. It’s a difficult topic to speak of with most people because they treat you like a superstitious caveman. But those who can recognize things, know…

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, such talk doesn’t really fit into the contemporary world.

  2. Jessica E. Larsen said,

    Panic comes from that? 😅 Is this your original or a “real” deity?

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      No, the word “panic” does actually have its origins in the real Greek deity Pan. 🙂

  3. shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

    They said Pan is dead … were … was … I know that deity nor god can never die. They sleep like a tired nosferatu … they will wake up when need be, but then they shall bring destruction always with them … always …

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      That’s very true, Sherrie.

      Absolutely true.

      The old gods rising ALWAYS bring death and destruction with them.

      • shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

        The word ‘god’ is similar to ‘goat’, right?
        The title is always for great god Pan …
        They brought destruction, always … these old gods …

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        That’s right.

        Pan was called the great god Pan.

        The English poet John Milton once recalled a story from Imperial Roman history about Roman sailors visiting the Roman Emperor Tiberius and telling him they heard wailing and voices crying, “The great god Pan is dead.”

        The time the sailors recorded this event corresponded with the start of Christ’s 3 year earthly ministry.

      • shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

        I’ve read of that story years back.
        A confusing facts for many as some believe they were talking about Christ …

        For all the gods & deities …

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, many ancient gods and deities were imprisoned inside the bowels of the Earth at the 1st Coming of Christ.

        Now, they are arising from within the Earth and being allowed to walk on the Earth’s surface again prior to Christ’s 2nd Coming.

  4. shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

    I’ve read this one book on the Dead Sea scrolls’s fantasy bits – could not recall which it was … so, the fact that the story was that on the day some people claimed that the great god Pan was dead that it started with the the 3rd year Christ earthly ministry. It was so good written that it somehow contradict with the beliefs of both the old gods & Christ himself …

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      That’s very interesting, Sherrie.

      So the story was among the Dead Sea Scroll fragments.

      Yes, the Essenes’ religious beliefs differed a lot from the other religious beliefs amongst 1st Century Judaism -Pharisees, Sadducees and differed ftom Christian beliefs as well.

      And the Essenes’ religious beliefs definitely differed from the pagan religious beliefs of the Greeks and the Romans of the day.

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