If you’re not familiar with Larry Johnson and his off-the-field hobbies, it includes calling out athletes, performers, and celebrities for participating in cult or Satan like activities.
The latest rant from the former Chiefs running back came when James Harden and Russell Westbrook landed on the GQ cover for March after being named “the most stylish duo in sports.”
While that photo seems harmless, Johnson posted it on Twitter and accused Harden and Westbrook of being ‘sex slaves’ to the highest bidder.
Website Nicholson1968.com describes what all this might mean:
“Beta is referred to as “sexual” programming (slaves). This programming eliminates all learned moral convictions and stimulates the primitive instinct, devoid of inhibitions. “Cat” alters may come out at this level. Known as Kitten programming, it is the most visible kind of programming as some female celebrities, models, actresses and singers have been subjected to this kind of programming. In popular culture, clothing with feline prints often denote Kitten programming.”
“Beta – This is the second Greek letter, and it represents the sexual models and sexual alters that the Programmers are creating. The primitive part of the brain is involved in this type of programming. An early sexual abuse event will be used to anchor this programming. These sexual slaves will develop sexual abilities that are far beyond what the public is aware is even possible. They also receive the worst kind of abuse far beyond what most people’s imagination can picture. Beta alters generally see themselves as cats.”
Do what you will with that information.
Johnson, who was the premier running back for the Kansas City Chiefs from 2003 to 2009, retired from the NFL in 2011.