People Are Wearing Special Underwear To Protect Them From Spiritual Attacks and Natural Disasters

Some religions in the US have special undergarments that are seen as a symbolic and/or literal source of protection from the evils of the world.

Garments provide members “a constant reminder” of the covenants they made.

Garments provide protection against temptation and fend off evil influences.

Garments also provided physical protection form harm, such as surviving car wrecks, fires, and natural disasters.

This means that some companies have the ability to produce clothing that can fight battles in the spiritual realm.

What company has that power? AND What does your underwear do for you?

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  1. I used to think there was a lot of weird people living in North America, I was wrong because there must be a huge number living there.

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  2. I’m afraid my underwear only leaves me with the philosophical question as to whether I should lean to the left or to the right.

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  3. I wear special Tom Cruise underwear that help me slide into rooms very cooly😎

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  4. I think beehive clothing is the only authorized maker of the one true underwear.

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  5. I know what you mean. There’s nothing more absurd than seeing people walking around town with face diapers on. Some have now even taking to wearing two — just in case. 🙂

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    • Interesting connection you made between the two. I don’t think it’s convincing but it is humorous.


      • What part do you find unconvincing? That people aren’t wearing masks? Or that they haven’t turned their non-stop handwashing and wearing of shame muzzles into a religious ritual? What we see before us is the formation of a brand new cult: The Branch Covidians.


        • You Stated — “What part do you find unconvincing?”

          My Response — That everyone falls under the one brush you painted them with. Some people have health conditions that make them more susceptible to Covid-19 than others.


          • Yet the stats show that 95% of the population has reason for concern. Plus the box they come in contains a disclaimer stating the masks are “not intended for medical use and not proven to reduce the spread of disease”. So the faith of those who wear masks to protect themselves against the Coof is no less misguided than the faith of those who wear magic underwear to protect themselves against evil spirits.

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            • Correction: that should read “. . . 95% of the population has little to no reason for concern”

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            • You haven’t provided any facts and state that a known preventive measure, used for years by doctors and nurses, has no validity because you think it in your head.

              I find that line of reasoning to be absent of logic and given the vast amount of evidence supporting the use of masks, possibly even reckless.



              • The stats concerning the likelihood of dying from are readily available across the net. For 71% of the population (0 – 54 years of age), the risk of dying from C19 is less than 5%. Here is a link to a post I did analyzing the results from the CDC in July:


                The three factors leading to death are: old age, plus having two or more comorbidities plus living in a long-term care facility (especially in the state of New York).

                The first link in your study is dead. The second contains a list of recommendations, but no empirical data. Moreover the WHO recommends against wearing masks. Another study cites the following conclusions:

                Medical/surgical masks compared to no masks

                We included nine trials (of which eight were cluster‐RCTs) comparing medical/surgical masks versus no masks to prevent the spread of viral respiratory illness (two trials with healthcare workers and seven in the community). There is low certainty evidence from nine trials (3507 participants) that wearing a mask may make little or no difference to the outcome of influenza‐like illness (ILI) compared to not wearing a mask (risk ratio (RR) 0.99, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.82 to 1.18. There is moderate certainty evidence that wearing a mask probably makes little or no difference to the outcome of laboratory‐confirmed influenza compared to not wearing a mask (RR 0.91, 95% CI 0.66 to 1.26; 6 trials; 3005 participants). Harms were rarely measured and poorly reported. Two studies during COVID‐19 plan to recruit a total of 72,000 people. One evaluates medical/surgical masks (N = 6000) (published Annals of Internal Medicine, 18 Nov 2020), and one evaluates cloth masks (N = 66,000).


                And the proof of the pudding is in the eating, as they say. States and countries with no mask mandates have faired no worse than those that do.


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