Demon Summoning Session For Families Held at Minneapolis Art Center

Evan Poellinger | August 17, 2023
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The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis recently hosted an event on August 5, which involved a “collective and playful demon summoning session.”

As reported by Alpha News and the Blaze, the event featuring artist Tamara Ettun involved families building “a vessel to trap the demon that knows them best,” whereupon they will “participate in a playful ceremony to summon and befriend their demon.” During this summoning “Lilit the Empathic Demon will come from the dark side of the moon to lead you in locating your feelings using ancient Babylonian techniques.” The Walker Art Center’s website described Lilit as “an aerial spirit demon with origins in Sumerian, Akkadian, and Judaic mythology.”

This is not the first time Ettun has showcased her art of trapping demons. “How to Trap a Demon” was displayed in New York at the Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery. The exhibition description explained how “artist-healers of the time would create spells, drawings, and talismanic objects to bind demons” and that “Tamar Ettun revives these rituals” as part of her art.

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Ettun’s art appears to heavily focus on the demonic and the demon Lilit in particular. On her website, Ettun showcases a book which “conjures the empathic demon Lilit” and features “demon drawings and somatic exercises” designed “as tools to connect to your inner demons.” The website also includes a phone number at which interested parties can text “SUMMON” and correspond with “Lilit” via text message.

The Walker Art Center has previously received millions of dollars in taxpayer funding from the decidedly left-wing Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Yet, it seems that the art center has finally transcended the political dichotomy and fully exposed the diabolical forces behind so much of the left’s social and cultural agenda.

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