elliot-wolf - February 11, 2018
Mariah Carey growing up in a satanic sex cult would explain so much of her eccentric diva behavior as an adult. Only someone who used their snatch to please Satan could hate Christmas so much. Allegations are flooding in that she observed ceremonies involving the sacrifice of animals and sex rituals. Her sister is the sibling spilling the beans. She recalls going to a castle where their mother would go full Eyes Wide Shut with her offspring around. Apparently Mariah’s mommy dearest was the administrator with all of the passwords for the house. But there is a caveat to her sister’s credibility which Carrey could use to easily wriggle away from her allegations. Her sister, Alison Carey, has HIV, no money, lives in a halfway house, and had been arrested before for prostitution. This doesn’t instantly discredit her as a person and participant of these activities but it’s hard to believe someone who has steered down the wrong paths in life so many times before.
She(Mariah) has mentioned in long-ago interviews that she was "embarrassed" by her mom's behavior at times. The singer never got into specific likes Alison does here, though. “I was trained to run ‘The Group!’” she told Radar, expounding in disturbing detail: “At first, as a small child, I would not understand what was happening - being forced to watch as a struggling animal was violently killed in front of me. "But as I grew older, I began to comprehend the horror of it, and that it was something most children were not exposed to." Alison claims local police remained quiet and didn't interfere because some cops were "a part" of the cult.
If you’re an Illuminati conspiracy theorist this is probably all of the information you need. Mariah "Miss Piggy" Carey is in a satanic sex cult according to her drugged out sibling who was turned down from financial assistance by her sister more than once. She’s definitely a reliable source because people who almost overdose on heroin never lie.
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News / Splash News
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