A new worldwide network that will support new age, witchcraft, spiritual, pagan and other alternative lifestyles and feature a 24-hour online television and radio network plus Internet on demand services will debut October 31, said co-founders Steve McManus and Elizabeth Sturino.
“People interested in these lifestyles haven’t had a centralized location where they can find the latest information,” McManus said. “With the Illuminati Network, they will not only be able to find such items as their favorite occult radio personalities, but they will also be able to find information on all alternative lifestyle events and issues.” The network will also have children’s programming for parents who want to educate their children about their lifestyle.
In addition, the network plans on being an active player in the media landscape, providing reporters, editors and producers with a comprehensive list of occult experts and spokespersons who will weigh in on controversial issues in a timely manner. The cofounders believe the Illuminati Network will become the hub of the occult universe worldwide, and will ultimately start to change how the general public views it.
The more informed connections to this subject area, the better. Although… the name could be improved. And, the beliefs are a bit, how shall I say it, magical. You know what, I love Halloween, but this time of year is very busy here at Doubtful News, I’m noticing.
On second thought, maybe this isn’t such a good idea.
Tip: Molly Hodgdon