Painting Made With Charles Manson’s Ashes Shows Paranormal Energy

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  1. nivek

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    Painting Made With Charles Manson’s Ashes Shows Paranormal Energy

    As if the real Charles Manson wasn’t creepy enough, a portrait of the notorious mass murderer and cult leader was painted using human blood and his cremation ashes … and the current owner claims it gives off paranormal energy. What a surprise! Who would want such a disturbing piece of alleged artwork? Where would they keep it?

    Actually, there’s probably a lot of people who would desire to own a piece of Charles Manson used in a painting of him, but it should come as no surprise that it now belongs to a well-known name in the paranormal field – Zak Bagans, a paranormal investigator, host of Ghost Adventures and Deadly Possessions and owner of the appropriately-named Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.

    It may also come as no surprise that this isn’t the only piece of Charles Manson in Bagans’ possession … he also owns a set of the killer’s dentures. Proving that even the scary museums have standards, Bagans has a picture of the teeth signed by Manson and an origin story – the teeth were allegedly stolen from Manson in 2010 by another inmate who then gave them to a friend and pen pal of the killer who gave or sold them to Bagans. They’re on display at the museum along with a pentagram necklace Manson made from toilet paper and underwear.

    Let’s not forget the painting, which would be bizarre even if it wasn’t of Manson and didn’t contain his ashes. The artist is Ryan Almighty, a self-described “human blood painter” and “professional weirdo” who uses human blood in his works. In this case, it’s allegedly his OWN blood. However, for Manson’s haunting eyes, Almighty used ashes from Manson’s cremation in March 2018 which were supplied to him by someone who supposedly attended the funeral and scattering of the ashes on a California hillside. Once completed, Almighty sold the painting to Bagans for $2,000. At least some of that money went to the brave soul who picked up the ashes.

    Bagans got more than just a morbid painting … he told TMZ that the artwork is “alive with paranormal energy.” (See it and the teeth here). While he doesn’t give any details, the painting will fit right in with other haunted and otherwise paranormal objects in the museum, including the original dybbuk box that inspired the movie “The Possession” and is considered by some to be the “world’s most haunted object.”

    Will the portrait of Manson containing his ashes and possibly his spirit take up the challenge and compete for the museum’s “most haunted” award? To find, you have to pay the price of admission or wait for Bagans’ next TV show.

    Charles Manson's Blood & Ashes Painting Going to Haunted Museum


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  2. Gambeir

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    What kind of mental defective would even think of doing this? Horrible portrait anyways in my opinion. Burn that thing two, that way it will be like death X's 2.
     
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  3. nivek

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    Yeah this was a bad idea, and to put the ashes in the painting's eyes so that it can see...:ohmy8:

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  4. Wade

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    I think Goggs from the Paracast( he seems to have gone silent again) may have met up with the present owner of the dybbuk box shortly after the opening of that movie.

    And there are several things about the story that would lead me to cry BS with a capital Bull. Maybe like a cough or sneeze, you know AH Cho--Bull Shit--ooo!!
     
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  5. Mr_Darkness

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    Zak Bagans would want to own this.
     
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  6. Rikki

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    This action is very bad. not only is there a price in karma, but also by not granting him rest the sprit will haunt the painting. I expect an extreme negative backlash. The painting should be destroyed. then a ritual of cleansing preformed so any indwelling is removed.
    Manson lead a very negative life. I expect any object that is associated with him to be charged with that energy!
    Worse is that as time passes the energy will build and grow until it dominates everything around it. A good example of this is the "Annabelle" doll. That object has so much negative energy attached to it that only by destroying the doll can a healing start. It is the same with this painting.
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  7. Gambeir

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    Totally agree, it is honestly a kind of biblical like abomination. A kind of conjuring if you will.
    Just imagine if you had done this in say 1600 and set it out in the town square for comments?
     
  8. CasualBystander

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    The bad news is it is made with Charles Manson's ashes.

    The good news is it is made with Charles Manson's ashes.
     
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  9. Jr35rain

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    Burn the damn thing already be done with it!
     
  10. CasualBystander

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    Well...

    I'm more of an art aficionado than you.

    I view this as an opportunity to let Mr. Manson know what I think about him.

    If the painting is available cheaply enough, I would consider buying it so I could piss on it.
     
  11. Rikki

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    Blood is a powerful thing! The artist used his own blood and the ashes of Manson in the painting. Blood Magic is a dangerous undertaking. Much is sealed by oath. But the combination of the blood and ashes are a dangerous mixture!
    I doubt the Blood was used in a ritual as the painting was made. As such an indwelling is almost certain to happen. One other point, the ashes were used in the eyes of the painting. The eyes are "windows to the soul." magnifying the effect on the painting. Also it is unclear if the ashes were stolen. If so the Karmic effects would be great. Also the sprit denied rest would indeed be an bane to all!
    This painting must be burned and a ritual must be preformed to put the sprit to rest.
    Blessed Be
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  12. CasualBystander

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    I like my solution better.


    Do have to admit that the painter really captured the inner Chuck.
     
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