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The Vanderbilts and Anderson Cooper into the Occult?

    Anderson Cooper with his mother Gloria Vanderbilt (a Vanderbilt) and his brother (who committed suicide at 23.

    It’s a depiction of a pagan goddess called Tanit, who demanded human sacrifice!

    Goddess Tanit = Punic religion, Carthagian religion, or Western Phoenician religion


    Like the Phoenicians: Tanit’s worship might have originated in relation to the Phoenician deity Astarte (Ishtar), whose own worship is first dated in the Phoenician sites of Sidon and Tyre.

    The Symbol/Sign or Iconography of Tanit

    Tanit’s worship is associated with that of Baal Hammon. She is given the epithet pene baal (‘face of Baal’) and the title rabat, the female form of rab (‘chief’).

    There is significant, albeit disputed, evidence, both archaeological and within ancient written sources, pointing towards child sacrifice forming part of the worship of Tanit and Baal Hammon.

    Gloria Vanderbilt comes off like a complete psychopath. Who knows what drove Anderson’s brother to suicide…or if it even was a “suicide”. His mother witnessed it happen. 

    In July 1988, when Anderson was 21, Carter died by suicide after he jumped from the 14th-floor terrace of their mother Gloria Vanderbilt’s apartment in New York City. He was 23.

    Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen
    SOURCE: GETTY – Anderson Cooper with boyfriend Andy Cohen

    Cooper came out as gay in 2012, becoming “the most prominent openly gay journalist on American television” at the time, according to The New York Times. In 2016, Cooper became the first openly LGBT person to moderate a presidential debate, and he has received several awards from the LGBT rights organization GLAAD.

    In 2017, Cooper and his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, co-authored The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son on Life, Love, and Loss. Compiled from a series of emails, the memoir recounts their shared past, and Vanderbilt’s tumultuous childhood.

    The Rainbow comes and goes - Poems on the Underground

    A nod towards the highly romantic poet of pantheism, William Wordsworth.

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