It’s actually one of the weirdest videos I’ve ever seen on YouTube. I’d say it’s hilarious, except for the fact that the New Age mother-daughter hosts of this channel are serious–about talking to Greek gods, pulling energy out of thin air, eliminating children, and demonizing moms.
The duo, Lynn and Jamie McGonagill, are promoting the Lightworkers Healing Method, a system of “angelically-guided energy healing with the goal of aligning us with our own soul’s life purpose,” according to their website. The Method “improves the present by working with higher-dimension guides, angels, and lightbeings, as well as both our past and future lives, in a unique and powerful process.”
The McGonagills are seen in this video, and others, wildly reaching up above their heads as if they are stirring the air and sewing imaginary quilts or something. Often the daughter’s eyes are glazed over as if in a trance. According to an explanation on YouTube, the women believe that they are working with their “intuitive channels.”
“Because gravity is real, intuitive channels fall down when we don’t hold them up. We are repeatedly lifting up our intuitive channels so they get out of the soup of confusion, fear, and untruth that is rampant in human society. We do this so we can hear god,” the McGonagill’s claim.
Lynn McGonagill often repeats the questions “For who is the message? Why do you ask?” as she raises her hands, and Jamie is frequently heard affirming her mother’s assertions with the statement “That’s true.”
At one point the begin talking to the ancient Greek god, Pan.
“[Pan] has given an edict that there is to be no more parasitism inside the nature realms,” Lynn McGonagill states at one point. “With Pan’s recent edict, inside the nature realms, parasitism is now considered a crime of treason against the nature realms.”
By the end of the episode, McGonagill contends that the earth is too crowded and suggests abortion over childbirth.
“Friends, we have enough humans on the planet. We don’t need any more humans,” she states. “It is not okay for women to have babies, and stop contributing to the process under the pretense that they’re doing a good thing by staying home and raising children.”
“We don’t need children. If you find yourself pregnant, there are options, and you can have an abortion,” McGonagill continues. “No babies. Cut off the baby factories. We have 7.5 billion humans on the planet—that’s too much.”
She asserts that the “ideal amount” is under one billion humans, to which Jamie replies, “that’s true.”
“Women who have babies and stay home to raise them should not be viewed as doing a good thing. It’s not a good thing,” McGonagill opines. “It’s completely not what the situation calls for at all. I’m sorry; find another way to contribute and be valued.”
You know what else is sickening. These women are a part of a much larger organization that has thousands of adherents.
One look at this video and I think you’ll agree with me: these woman are either certifiably nuts, or under the spell of Satan.