OCALA, Fla. — A bizarre video that was posted to YouTube last year but is currently making the rounds on social media features two New Age women stating that the earth is already too populated, and that women should “cut off the baby factories” such as by obtaining an abortion as “we don’t need any more humans.”
The video is of mother-daughter duo Lynn and Jamie McGonagill, who are behind the “Lightworkers Healing Method” and “The Angelic Initiative,” which seeks to reach into the “deeper denser dimensions” in their “search for truth” about life and one’s “soul plans.”
“The Lightworkers Healing Method is a system of angelically-guided energy healing and a powerful spiritual growth vehicle with the exceptional goal of aligning us with our own soul’s life purpose,” it states on the organization’s website. “It improves the present by working with higher-dimension guides, angels, and lightbeings, as well as both our past and future lives, in a unique and powerful process.”
The McGonagills are often seen in their videos reaching up into the air as if trying to sense something. According to an explanation on YouTube, the women believe that they are working with their “intuitive channels.”
“Because gravity is real, intuitive channels fall down when we don’t hold them up. We are repeatedly lifting up our intuitive channels so they get out of the soup of confusion, fear, and untruth that is rampant in human society. We do this so we can hear God,” the McGonagills claim.
Lynn McGonagill often repeats the questions “For who is the message? Why do you ask?” as she raises her hands, and Jamie McGonagill is frequently heard affirming her mother’s assertions with the statement “That’s true.”
According to the McGonagills, Jamie serves as the “fact-checker” for all that is being said when her mother has the “primary channel” job.
She is “focusing up into the Higher Dimensions, and attempting to discern what the highest-vibration voice is saying in any particular moment,” the explanation states.
In a video posted to YouTube in May 2018, the two focus on the topic of “parasitism,” and cite beings such as Pan, or “the guardian soul of the nature realms,” and Ra, “the extraordinary soul-aspect who led the Search for Truth Community for a long period of time.”
“[Pan] has given an edict that there is to be no more parasitism inside the nature realms,” Lynn McGonagill states at one point. “With Pan’s recent edict, inside the nature realms, parasitism is now considered a crime of treason against the nature realms.”
“Sometime in the most recent overnight, Pan and his crews have packed up a number of crates of things, and the crates are sealed, and we are supposed to deliver them up to Ra with the label ‘To Ra: extreme biohazard, data from the deeper, denser dimensions,'” she also asserts, adding that she doesn’t know what is in the crates and isn’t allowed to open them.
“We believe that what is in the crates are social justifications that allow parasitism,” McGonagill says, relaying that she is sensing a discussion in the nature realms about the edict.
She advised that Pan says that symbiosis is acceptable, but each being must “carry their own weight.”
By the end of the episode, McGonagill contends that the earth is too crowded and suggests abortion over childbirth.
“Friends, we have enough humans on the planet. We don’t need any more humans,” she states. “It is not okay for women to have babies, and stop contributing to the process under the pretense that they’re doing a good thing by staying home and raising children.”
“We don’t need children. If you find yourself pregnant, there are options, and you can have an abortion,” McGonagill continues. “No babies. Cut off the baby factories. We have 7.5 billion humans on the planet—that’s too much.”
She asserts that the “ideal amount” is under one billion humans, to which Jamie replies, “that’s true.”
“Women who have babies and stay home to raise them should not be viewed as doing a good thing. It’s not a good thing,” McGonagill opines. “It’s completely not what the situation calls for at all. I’m sorry; find another way to contribute and be valued.”
American Voices shared a video montage that includes various clips from the McGonagills to social media on Saturday, generating over 6.1 million views as of press time, and 25K comments.
“Isn’t it interesting how Satan talks the opposite of God, who said replenish the world, be fruitful and multiply, as God loves life and has a purpose for everyone in it,” one commenter wrote. “The only thing that stops His purpose is people have a choice to make—God’s way or Satan’s way.”
“Is it ‘angelic’ to disregard God’s commandment to multiply and replenish the earth?” another asked. “Angels are generally pretty … obedient to God. Which world did these angels come from?”
“Clearly demonic. In Jesus day, these kind of people were everywhere. What makes you think that it is any different today?” a third viewer wrote. “Just because they aren’t screaming doesn’t mean they aren’t possessed. But what comes out of them is something not human. There is no compassion or love. One clue is that they would kill innocent babies.”