To begin with, for those of you do not know: Lebron James became a multi-millionaire by bouncing a ball on the ground and putting a ball into a hoop.
What we will uncover is that ESPN has turned into ESP as they tell Lebron James’ tale. The ESPN Magazine, Marvel comic is titled, “Lebron King of the Rings” which clearly is meant to mirror the “Lord of the Rings.”
It begins by stating, “On July 9, 2010, while being introduced to Miami Heat fans, Lebron James famously predicted he would win not one, “not two…not seven” titles.” It is then asked, “What if he was right?” and “We look ahead, into the future, toward the championships to come…” [italics in original; see video here for images].
Now, how many he has already won when this article is published, in December 2012 AD, is something that I do not know and most certainly do not care. The point is the sort of story that ESPN / ESP magazine and Marvel comic books will tell about him (however much of it is fact or fiction is not told).
The story unfolds as Lebron “devotes the remainder of the 2012 summer to even more obsessive self-improvement.” He trains at a gym with Rick Barry who, apparently, is another professional ball bouncer. Lebron tells Barry that Barry has “a magic touch!” So, it is time to start noticing key words: thus far, we have looking into the future, self-improvement and magic.
Next we are told that he studied speed reading which allows him to read “upward of 10 self-improvement tomes a week.” So, what is wrong with self-improvement? That is not the key question, the key question is: what will this improvement be? Well, we are told that it is, “including the I Ching, the Art of War and I’m Ok-You’re Ok.”
Well, the I Ching is Chinese occult divination. The Art of War could certainly be suitable to a basketball player as it lays our philosophy and strategy pertaining to engaging in conflict.
Next we learn:
After an intense two-week retreat with Tibetan Monks, Lebron emerges capable of transcending the physical limitations of his body to the degree that he can render himself invisible.
Now we are going beyond noting key words as ESPN / ESP mag and Marvel have obviously teamed up to, for whatever reasons, portray Lebron James as partaking in every sort of spiritual, mystical, magkical, pagan, occult practice (virtually everything except, of course, praying to Jesus).
And after a week with a family of Gypsy street magicians, Lebron emerges with both the ability to levitate and to name any playing card pulled from a standard deck…his feet, technically, no longer touch the court.
The scene is now set in 2016 AD and Lebron James has on his team, “the reanimated corpse of Shane Battier, who legally passed away in 2014.” Battier is said to play with “zombie-like determination” and, of course, is saying, “Brains!”
“Months later” Lebron becomes the Heat’s “player/head coach.” In that capacity, he employs a holographic image of himself in order to fool and confuse the other team.
We are now in 2020 AD and “hampered by chronically cramping quads” Lebron follows instruction in the book “Do-it-Yourself Guide to Bionics and retreats to an underground lair beneath his Miami home.” The result? He builds “titanium, nuclear-powered legs” which are grafted onto his body. In order to compete, Russell Westbrook “installs his own bionic right arm.”
This is what used to be called bio-mechanoids but is now termed trans-humanism and/or human-enhancement.
In 2016 when Lebron James is due to retire it is uncovered that he has been cloned multiple times by “handpicked scientists from government black ops programs.” The clones are raised “in a secret mountaintop basketball camp in Kathmandu” (this is where, in real life, comic book writer Grant Morrison became possessed after attending a Tantric temple aka sex magick—see video here).
A lawsuit is filed by small market teams who simply cannot afford cloning facilities” which is dismissed. For the 2028-29 season some very aged players are brought out of retirement and sign “a marketing contract with Depend adult diapers, who brand the team ‘The Dependables”—okay, this part was funny!
During the game:
Dan Gilbert, watching from his owner’s box, suffers a moment of such extreme cognitive dissonance—feelings of joy mixed with decades of seething hatred—that he cries a single tear…or coal.
Whatever that is supposed to mean.
Lebron James is referred to as “the wealthiest man in the Western hemisphere”:
He spends the offseason training and coaching his former St. Vincent St. Mary high school teammates…a heartwarming tale that inspires the nation and briefly makes Lebron the most beloved man in America with a Q-Rating higher than that of Santa Claus.
Oh yes, because an occult practitioner is such a great role model. As for the Roman Catholic school St. Vincent St. Mary high school well, Roman Catholicism teaches that prayer to dead humans is perfectly acceptable (a form of necromancy) so Lebron’s occult exploits do not contradict. In fact, you may want to read The Long Island Medium, Theresa Caputo & the Catholic psychic/medium connection.
Then again, he attended a Roman Catholic high school and Catholics are taught that communication with the dead, necromancy, is perfectly acceptable so…
An in interesting illustration shows a player telling Lebron, “I’m open” and the swinging arms make him look just like a Hindu multi-armed deity.
The comic ends by asking for read participation as to what will happen next, “Pass? Shoot? What will Lebron Do…?!”
How about “Repent and turn to Jesus for salvation...and exorcism”?
Now, ask yourself, if not ESPN and Marvel, why they are portraying Lebron James are partaking in all sorts of spiritual, mystical, magkical, pagan, occult practice?
To review: we had time travel, magic, divination, Tibetan Buddhist occultism, invisibility, Gypsy occultism, levitation, psychic abilities, zombies, trans-humanism, cloning, secret government black op experiments, Kathmandu training sites, Hindu deities and, of course, all of this lead to happiness and success!
Why gear this towards children?
Why encourage the idea that mere natural or hard learned talent is not enough but that in order to succeed they need to tap into occult powers?
What, a black man can’t make it on talent alone!!!