Chelsea Clinton wrote an unsettling book for mini feminists and top ten times pop culture turned feminism into pure goddess worship


Chelsea Clinton just released a children’s book in which she presents 13 women who changed global history called ‘She Persisted Around the World.’ The book is a companion to the original ‘She Persisted,’ where she focused on 13 American women who made a difference in art, science, activism, and sports. According to the publisher, the book is “Perfect for tiny activists, mini feminists and little kids who are ready to take on the world.”

While there is nothing wrong with celebrating women’s rights, given the Clinton’s history and some of the comments Chelsea made regarding the book, the release of ‘She Persisted Around the World’ is a little unsettling.

In an interview with the women of the View, Chelsea unveiled the new book and spoke about a couple of the 13 women she picked to feature. The first discussed was JK Rowling, who crafted a series about sorcery and witchcraft, romanticizing wickedness to young people everywhere. Rowling has had Christians objecting to her books since the Harry Potter series caught fire.

While the world of Harry Potter is fictional, the demonic nature of the spirituality and witchcraft shown should be taken very seriously. Harry Potter provides young people with references to astrology, clairvoyance, and numerology, all dangerous Wiccan/New Age practices that are warned against in the Bible in Galatians 5:19-20.

Nevertheless, Chelsea describes JK Rowling’s story of persistence by first explaining that 13 was her lucky number due to the number of publishers that denied the book with the 13th accepting it.

“I picked JK Rowling because she does have a remarkable story about persistence. Harry Potter was turned down a dozen times, so for her, 13 was actually a lucky number. The 13th publisher said yes. They then gently encouraged her to go with JK instead of Joanne because they weren’t sure if little boys would want to read about a boy wizard who had been imagined by a woman author.”

Regardless of who the book was written by, Christian parents, boys, and girls alike should feel uncomfortable subjecting themselves to the dark arts displayed in the Harry Potter series. It takes seconds for kids to go online and start investigating witchcraft, researching it, and practicing it.

The next woman discussed on the View was Sisleide do Amor Lima, the soccer star of Brazil. Chelsea finds a way to frame Sissi’s story into an eerie feminist tale explaining,

“Sissi always loved soccer, but when she was a little girl in Brazil it actually was illegal for girls to play soccer until 1979, and so she had to admittedly decapitate her dolls and use her dolls heads as soccer balls. Her parents finally got her a soccer ball but she had to play it only inside and only in secret and she went on to be the first great female soccer star in Brazil to wear the storied number ten and today the Brazilian soccer team is the best women’s soccer team in the world.”

In a book targeted toward young activists and feminists, why would it be important to include the bizarre detail that Sissi decapitated her dolls, and kicked their heads around the room, an action most psychologists would label as antisocial and threatening?

We have questioned whether or not Chelsea Clinton was a Satanist in the past, which makes it all the more concerning that she’s now publishing books for children.

First, in 2016, we showed pictures of Chelsea at different times wearing an inverted cross necklace. In Satanism, the upside down cross represents a rejection and mockery of Christ and adherence to the opposite force. The photos led us to pose the question of why Chelsea was always wearing a well-known Satanic symbol, explaining that, emblems like this one show her apparent allegiance to Satan.

And then just this year, Chelsea Clinton offered a happy new year greeting to the church of Satan via Twitter. In a thread between her, Chrissy Teigen, and the church of Satan, she tags the Luciferian “church.”

The Church of Satan took note of her Twitter nod and tweeted back, “The never-ending excitement here is never-ending.” To which Chelsea replied, “It’s been so long! Happy New Year!” The devil worshipers responded, “Same to you!”

Not only that but in the Podesta emails, WikiLeaks revealed that the Clinton campaign was potentially using witchcraft and that members of the Campaign were partaking in a spirit cooking dinner with Marina Abramovic. “Spirit Cooking with Essential Aphrodisiac Recipes” was released by Ms. Abramovic in 1996, but the “ingredients” call for “fresh breast milk with fresh sperm milk” to be consumed “on earthquake nights.” It should go without saying that such a dinner/ceremony is clear evidence of witchcraft, and practices of such are spoken against in the Bible.

Given Chelsea Clinton’s open support of the Luciferian church and the church of Satan, the fact that she wears the inverted cross, and the reality that the Clinton’s potentially had partaken in and associated with those that partook in a mystic spirit cooking dinner, it seems clear that her children’s books aren’t meant for Christians.

Chelsea Clinton’s feminism is just the tip of the iceberg. You won’t want to miss out on the top ten times pop culture turned feminism into all-out goddess worship, to gain access, click below!

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