Mike Stone: Are Our Devices Satanic?

July 11, 2021


“Well if the people who produce and sell us music are going to put demons into every record and CD, why wouldn’t the people who produce our phones, tablets and iPads do the same thing?”
by Mike Stone
You see them everywhere – hunched forward and staring intently at their phone, tablet or iPad. 
You may have been in that position before yourself. I know I have. I also know there are many times when I find it extremely difficult to pull away from my device; times when I’m compelled to keep my eyes on the screen, almost as if it’s a form of possession. 
Have you ever felt like that? It leads me to wonder if perhaps our phones and other devices are inhabited by demons.

A British pop band called The Police actually made an album about this called Ghost in the Machine. The band was fronted by Illuminati puppet Sting and the cover art for the album displays a hidden 666 message when viewed in a mirror. 



(Sting, Insider: “Anyone with their RIGHT hand hidden is just a BITCH…LEFT hand hidden HAS a direct connection to THE FAMILY…”)
There are songs on the album about demons and sorcery (Spirits in the Material World), trans-humanism (Rehumanize Yourself), and one world government (One World, Not Three)
And this was way back in 1981, before anyone had ever heard of an iPhone. 
However, personal computers were just coming into use then. Was this album a premonition of things to come?


It’s also worth remembering that Illuminati insider John Todd confirmed that the master recordings of every album and song are cursed and inhabited by demons. 
Well if the people who produce and sell us music are going to put demons into every record and CD, why wouldn’t the people who produce our phones, tablets and iPads do the same thing?
Look at Apple’s logo: an apple with a bite in it. That’s a direct symbol of defiance to God. 
It’s a little spooky to think that your phone might be haunted, might be possessed by a demon that is working non-stop on possessing you. 


Many will dismiss the idea completely with the thought that the people who run the world would never do such a thing. But I think the last year and a half has shown us just the opposite.

Today there is talk of luciferase in the “vaccines.” Apparently, it’s a compound that works at destroying the “God gene” in every person. Are these jabs demon infested?

If you look at how 80% or more of the human race was bamboozled into a state of abject terror the last 18 months, it certainly does appear that most people are under a state of demonic possession. 
I don’t know how else to explain it. You could call in mass stupidity, but it appears to be much deeper than that.
Seeing the way most people are addicted to their phones, and the way most people receive their news of the world via their phones, tablets and iPads, then the idea of demon-infested devices doesn’t sound so farfetched. If that is the case, it helps to explain why the majority of the human race can be so easily manipulated.
Something else to consider: the majority of people in the world are being led to sin and pornography via their phones. It’s yet another reason that leads me to wonder whether these devices are far sinister than they appear.
What do you think? Could there be a demon in your device?
Mike Stone is the author of Based, a young adult novel about race, dating and growing up in America, and A New America, the first novel of the Alt-Right, a dark comedy set on Election Day 2016 in Los Angeles – – Available on Amazon.
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I think Mike Stone is onto something.
In Hebrew, letters are used to represent numbers.  “Waw/vav” is equivalent to a w or v, as well as the number 6.  666 = www, the system that all these devices are connected to.
Also, Revelation 13:15-17 says: “The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed.  It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.”
A lot of people think that the mark of the beast will be a microchip, but the way people are glued to their devices (practically worshipping the damn thing) and can’t leave the house without their cell phones almost makes that unnecessary.  If we are forced to use digital currency then those not connected to the www/666 system really will be unable to buy or sell.
And finally, how would you explain a tv/computer/phone screen to someone 2000 years ago?  Is it not essentially an image with the ability to speak?
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8 Responses to “Mike Stone: Are Our Devices Satanic?”

  1. Aldous says:

    It may not be just our smart (and not-so-smart) devices and pop music that are demonic but sport in general and soccer in particular.
    I read this article with interest after hearing of England’s defeat in the penalty shoot-out:


    “Gareth Southgate decided to take off Kyle Walker and Jordan Henderson late in extra-time and replace them with Rashford and Sancho specifically for the shootout.
    They had barely touched the ball before they stepped up to take their penalties, while Saka was the youngest player in the team and it was a big call to have him on the fifth – and ultimately decisive – spot-kick.”

    I’ve now watched the penalty shoot-out and find it inexplicable that the three Black players were the only ones in the English line-up to miss their spot kicks.
    Rashford and Sancho (in particular) came on in the dying minutes of the game and like Mourinho pointed out, had barely touched the ball before being selected to take their penalties.
    It doesn’t make much sense to me either.

    Were they (and of course Southgate) ordered to miss by the hidden hand which has its demonic fingers in every sporting pie?
    The torrent of racial abuse which followed on social media will have certainly pleased those who gave the order.
    Southgate, Rashford, Sancho and Saka will have had little choice but to comply – or else.
    The penalties themselves looked less than convincing.

  2. Tapestry says:

    Interesting assessment. I find myself seeing similar things at Wimbledon especially the Russian pair losing the women’s doubles. No way would Russians be permitted to win. Despite being the better team, Vesnina seemed to be throwing the game away in the third set, while Kudermetova looked amazed at what her partner was doing.

    • Aldous says:

      Hi Tap. There were a couple of vicious tackles on England players that appear to have deserved a Red Card but only got a Yellow from the Dutch referee – a multi-millionaire who owns a supermarket chain as I understand.
      There was one on Sterling which horrified me when I saw a clip of it. The neck of his shirt was grabbed from behind and Sterling – running at pace – was yanked to the ground in a really violent manner. I think his neck could easily have been broken. Clearly a sending-off offence for the Italian – so why wasn’t he? Just a Yellow? Don’t make me laugh!
      The other red Card incident was when (Sub Jack Grealish?) got a kneeful of studs which only got a Yellow.
      I don’t think the referee should be proud of his performance – but maybe he didn’t have much choice either?

    • Aldous says:

      I used to love watching Wimbledon in the 60s and was mesmerised by the likes of Margaret Smith (Court) and others.


      Of course the ‘Big Guns’ (no pun intended) have cum out in penetrative force to ‘grand slam’ (ditto) Court for her daring to voice a Christian opinion on muff-divers and bum-bandits.

      John McEnroe got himself into deep anal trouble and brown stuff when he dared to suggest live on air that the masculine likes of Serena Williams would be something like 200+ in the men’s rankings.
      Martina Navratilova spoke similarly in saying that a woman tennis player ‘must not have a penis’.
      Sounds common sense to me.

  3. nixon scraypes says:

    I find it increasingly difficult to imagine that everything is NOT fixed.

  4. Aldous says:

    Hello nixon scraypes. The threat is very real:

    I’ve watched the demeanour and body language of the English penalty takers over and over and something’s not right. Saka of course should never have been asked to take that vital spot-kick – so why was he?
    I’m not even convinced by Southgate’s condolences to the young lad and others. Only seasoned actors can genuinely fake it. Others make it look like what it is – ‘acting’ or going through the motions.
    Gareth Southgate is not to blame or any of his players. They’re trapped in this verminous web of deceit like we all are.
    They comply or suffer the severest of consequences.

    • archer says:

      Hi Aldous and Everyone

      I did think the shootout was strange also. One of the easiest ways to rig a game as well.

      I would’ve thought it would’ve been rigged in favour of England though – to distract us from what’s coming next (more lockdowns etc)?

      • Aldous says:

        G’day archer.
        Well I think we can safely assume that the penalty shootout result was determined in advance and that the three Black England players and Southgate were ordered to fail:

        This of course is a new ‘George Floyd’ moment without the so-called death so to speak.
        We have (this time) Mancunian White guilt-tripped zombies bleeding their hearts out over a mural that was almost certainly defaced by the usual suspects – as is mostly the case.
        ‘They’ should have got one of the White players to miss their penalty to detract from the obvious fraudulent and pre-planned event – but such hubris knows no bounds.

        It’s no coincidence that the penalty misses were contrived during Southgate’s tenure as manager/coach after his infamous miss.
        Saka in particular was thrown to the wolves.