But Immanuel, who is a licensed physician in Texas, according to the Texas Medical Board, has previously claimed on YouTube and in articles on her website that gynecological problems, such as endometriosis, cysts and infertility, are caused by individuals having sex with demons and witches in their dreams. Immanuel said in a sermon that alien DNA is used in medical treatments. In another sermon, she claimed that researchers are currently working on a vaccine to prevent individuals from being religious. She also said that Magic 8 Ball toys introduce children to witches.
Doctor retweeted by Trump has warned of alien DNA, sex with demons
Doctor retweeted by Trump has warned of alien DNA, sex with demons | TheHill
Dr Stella Immanuel , a physician from Houston, Texas, appeared in a video on Facebook which was removed on Monday, insisting that the malaria drug is an effective treatment for the novel coronavirus, a claim that has not been proven. One version of the video had more than 17 million views before the platform managed to remove it. The paediatrician and religious minister has emerged as a figurehead in light of her speech at the conference, with both Mr Trump and his oldest son singing her praises on social media. Dr Immanuel has also frequently used her platform to spread homophobic and anti-transgender views, protesting against the legalisation of gay marriage and abortion on her YouTube page. She has also previously suggested that the government is run in part by non-human reptilians in a sermon, according to The Daily Beast.
Extraterrestrial Sex Fetish
What happens when a little green man loves a little green woman and decides to have a little green baby? No-one knows, because humans have not yet caught beings from outer space in the act of physical affection. But now a top evolutionary biologist has decided to shed some light on how aliens might make love.
Extraterrestrial Sex Fetish is the book that invented the notion of exophilia — an abnormal attraction for beings from worlds beyond earth. Through its profile of Mercury de Sade, a computer programmer obsessed with the erotic potential of alien life, Extraterrestrial Sex Fetish introduces a new perversion into the lexicon of sexual pathologies: exophilia, an abnormal attraction for beings from worlds beyond earth. Unlike other fetishes, whose objects may be difficult but not impossible to obtain, exophilia is a sexual desire for something that is literally not to be found on earth. The necrophile can rob a cemetery, the foot fetishist can steal shoes, but where is an alien sex fiend to find the objects of his desire? A basic inability to satisfy his fetish inspires sadism in Mercury de Sade, and though obsessed with extraterrestrials he is thus compelled to victimize a series of "ninfas" or young girls