Lora Hubbel’s prohibitionist and anti-sorcery platform planks for the 2018 Gubernatorial race.

Dammit. Why did I look?  I didn’t want to, but I did anyway.

I saw this Facebook post by GOP/Indy/Constitution Party (or whatever it is this year) gubernatorial hopeful Lora Hubbel, and in typical Lora fashion, it was off the wall and not what you typically find posted from anyone running for office:

I should have known better when I saw that Lora actually decided to lecture her followers about how “all you who take prescription drugs are into “sorcery.

Damn you practitioners of modern western medicine.

But that still left the problem of the link that she posted. I kept looking at it not unlike Brad Pitt in “Se7en,” demanding to know “what’s in the box!?!”  I didn’t want to see, but I felt compelled to look, like when people slow down when they drive by a fire or bad traffic accident.

So I opened the box.  And what does Lora’s link about Alcohol consumption and spirit possession lead you to? What rabbit hole of crazy is this Gubernatorial hopeful trying to lead us down now?

I’m sorry I asked:

In the words of writer and health enthusiast, Jason Christoff –  “In alchemy, alcohol is used to extract the soul essence of an entity. Hence its’ use in extracting essences for essential oils, and the sterilization of medical instruments. By consuming alcohol into the body, it in effect extracts the very essence of the soul, allowing the body to be more susceptible to neighboring entities most of which are of low frequencies (why do you think we call certain alcoholic beverages “SPIRITS?”).

and…

Our bodies are cars for spirits. If one leaves, another can take the car for a ride. Essentially when someone goes dark after drinking alcohol or polluting themselves in many other ways, their body often becomes possessed by another entity.”

I became aware of this phenomenon years ago when I was given a spiritual vision. In this vision, I was transported as an observer above a popular bar and nightclub. Above the venue where a variety of ghoul-like entities. Inside the bar were people drinking alcohol, socializing, dancing, and so on. I watched as certain people became very drunk. I saw their souls, while connected through a thread, exited the body. I understood that the soul was leaving the body because of the great discomfort of being in a body highly intoxicated with alcohol. When the soul exited the body, other non-benevolent entities entered or latched on to their vacant shells. Once the entities took hold of the body, they used the body to play out all kinds of dark acts, such as violence, low-level sexual encounters, destructive behaviors, rape, and more.

Read that here.

Apparently Gubernatorial hopeful Lora Hubbel is promoting a viewpoint that if we drink, we may be possessed by demons, because our souls will leave our bodies. Because of course, that’s why they call them “Spirits.”

Is the 2018 election over yet?

58 Replies to “Lora Hubbel’s prohibitionist and anti-sorcery platform planks for the 2018 Gubernatorial race.”

  1. MC

    How about a warning label next time?

    I’m afraid I may have lost 5 to 10 minutes of my life I will never get back, not to mentioned all the damaged brain cells.

    1. Tara Volesky

      MC, I don’t think you should be making fun of people that struggle with alcoholism.

          1. Pat Powers Post author

            The list is so, so long, I’m not sure where to begin. Although her tale about Israel bombing Auschwitz is a favorite of mine.

      1. Jon

        Pretty sure he was making fun of Lora. Which is what 99% of the people familiar with her do. Of course, that’s probably 5% of the population.

  2. Anonymous

    Lora has found the secret Decoder ring. Look at the eyes of those demon inhabited meatsuits in the photo. I’ll bet Lora and her followers watch the hit TV show “Supernatural” to get more secret codes their work to exposing these demons and various scandals.

    Would it be possible to have the anti-vaxers and anti-pharmacia spokespeople to share in the financial costs from measles and other highly preventable illnesses that our taxpayers have to pay by these anti-science nuts spreading their lies?

    Hubble /Ravnsborg 2018 The Dynamic Duo

    1. Anonymous

      How do you tie Jason RAVNSBORG with Lora Hubbel? Who is your dog in the race that you are trying to smear Jason?

    1. Anonymous

      I wish you would; it might make you more coherent, Hamburglar. Too bad Obama smoked pot when he was a young idiot. It surely did affect him when he became an older idiot.

  3. Anonymous

    Jesus turned water into wine for consumption by wedding guests. I guess that is the biggest argument against simple consumption of alcohol being a wicked thing.

    1. Tara Volesky

      Alcohol can be wicked, just talk to the thousands of families in SD that are affected by it. Good article.

      1. Anonymous

        I could go for a nice Black & Tan or even a humble Grain Belt Premium from the beautiful Schell Brewery in New Ulm, MN served in a frosted glass or mug after I mow the lawn today. Yummy!

      2. Anonymous

        A thumbtack can cause someone’s death if a person uses it for that purpose, but that doesn’t make the thumbtack wicked. I suppose you’re part of the guns kill people crowd.

        I understand that many people have been affected by misuse of alcohol, but that doesn’t make it inherently evil.

  4. Anonymous

    Alcohol causes far more social and individual harm than any other drug, legal or illegal. This is a fact.

    1. Minnehaha County Observer

      In raw numbers, yes I’d assume you are correct. In percentage of users of alcohol to those it causes problems for I would think it drop to the lowest with only marijuana being lower. Unless there is some large community of successful meth users I’m unaware of.

      1. Anonymous

        marijuana is insidious in that the messaging put out there is that it is not even a drug being simply an herb and it is good for you when it is indeed not. That messaging is probably one of highest challenging aspects to counter. Too many users cannot seem to function or cope with adversity in life without being high of marijuana besides dumbing down effect. Oh and don’t get me started on chronic pot smokers bad teeth and gum disease. Gross!

      2. Anonymous

        The rate of marijuana users who have problems is much higher than for alcohol drinkers. Most people who have a drink do not get drunk. Everyone who smokes marijuana gets high, and a vast majority of them go on to do other drugs that cause even more problems.

        1. Anonymous

          Actually according to a site called drugabuse.gov it isnot true that marijuana users go on to harder drug use.
          I went looking for data and figured the NIH site might be good. And according to them, the majority of marijuana users do not go on to using harder drugs

        1. Pat Powers Post author

          What’s not funny? Lee having a beer without me, or the possibility that a demonic entity may take up residence in the body of Lee Schoenbeck if he has a beer without me?

            1. Pat Powers Post author

              Tara, if you hadn’t noticed, you’re the only one mentioning alcoholism.

    1. Tara Volesky

      Buy your alcoholic friends a drink too……so apparently alcoholism is a joke to you……..very immature.

      1. MC

        So anyone who drinks alcoholic drinks is automatically an alcoholic?

        You’re correct, alcoholism is not funny. is it a very serious disease. however it doesn’t affect everyone.

        There are people who can have a glass of wine with their dinner, and not get drunk. people might even celebrate a special moment with some champagne.

  5. jackrabit1

    So if I drink a light beer, I’ll only be possessed by a minor demon… or worse, the spirit of one of my exes!

  6. Anonymous

    If I had to be around Lora everyday that alone would drive me to drink. How many drinks would one need after having to sit and listen to one of her campaign/conspiracy speeches?

  7. Lora Hubbel

    Pat….grow up….It’s not my campaign FB page…It’s a personal page that I post inconsequential items at times. I posted that…like I do several others as a break from critical political info. It was a post to start a debate….I didn’t write it. I have not even made a conclusion I agree with it. I made a similar comment when you wrote, “They call them “spirits”. I proved to you in an earlier post that the Hebrew word for “Pharmakkia (Pharmacia) is “Sorcery”. Its like saying “Spirits”.
    You have an advantage….you get RINOs paying you via “advertising” to troll my every move. I guess that is a compliment that you are so fascinated with me that you watch my posts 24/7. But I don;t have that luxury as I have a job…more than one so I can’t reply to your every school boy post.
    SD is in a crisis corruption situation….healthcare is crippling people’s finances; Common Core is dividing families and crippling children’s futures; immigration is almost to the point of an invasion and you play at your computer writing about a post I put up for interest. Pathetic…

    1. Pat Powers

      Lora, I try to cover the fringe candidates and mainstream candidates equally.

      If all you offer to the voters is nutty things like statements on sorcery and possession by spirits, that’s on you, not me. The legitimate candidates are out meeting Republicans.

      1. Steve Sibson

        Pat, I hope you are not saying that politicians can’t have a life outside of politics. Sorcery is a topic found in the Bible, and so is mockers. I would suggest, for your own good, to take both issues seriously.

        Second, it is perfectly OK to disagree with Lora on issues. But to mock her only serves to bully her out of politics. That is what political correct liberals and civilizational jidadis do. I am just saying.

    2. Anonymous

      Lora if it is on your personal site you still own it even running for office. So Jesus at the last supper enjoying wine were they all possessed by demons? What about religious services conducted by Catholics and other faiths where serving wine is part of the service? More demons being spread? Oh my!

      FEMA Camps supposedly in South Dakota, Chemtrails and a list of other conspiracies. Hope to cover one of your campaign speeches but I must say I hope there is a bar nearby to get a drink afterwards. I’ll need it.

  8. Troy Jones

    The idiot starts out with “In alchemy” and then describes something unrelated to alchemy.

    Is it too early in the morning to purge myself of the spirit of reading this stupidity? Coffee work or do I really have to have a beer?

    Regarding this Lee and Pat beer bromance and consequences of feeling jilted, you can Skype and drink together.

  9. jimmy james

    I get that it’s pretty small but maybe there really is a Taliban wing of the Republican Party.

    1. Steve Sibson

      The actual Taliban wing of South Dakota are those in the Democratic and Republican parties who want to bring in Muslims to work in the meat packing plants in Sioux Falls, Aberdeen, and Huron. That agenda is being used by the Muslim Brotherhood in order to implement their civilizational jihad. Fools ignore that problem by calling people that present those facts for being Islamophobes. Liberal social justice leftists (such as Lutheran Social Services and the US Conference of Catholic Bishops) make money bringing them into America, and the liberal Republican crony capitalists make money on the cheap labor.

  10. jimmy james

    Sibby. You can’t just go around insulting both Lutherans and Catholics. Not at the same time.

    1. Steve Sibson

      Since it is possible that both parties can be wrong, then it is logical to entertain the possibility that both Lutherans and Catholics can be wrong about any particular issue. Perhaps if we stop the finger pointing long enough, we may just find solutions.

  11. Anonymous

    Lora and Tara just make my head hurt…both don’t know what they are talking about.

  12. Anonymous

    If Tara somehow gets elected to the Mitchell City Council Pat can include her antics in the DWC comic section.