Known Nuns

Sr Dolores Farmer co-founder of The Sisters of the Holy Family
Sr Dolores Farmer – co-founder of The Sisters of the Holy Family (S.H.F.)

Religion seems to be the primordial building block for any civilised society and its position gained from authority on topics that objectively have no defined answers. To be able to persuade informed men and women that there is merit to such unverifiable claims as the origin of life and death is on the surface nonsensical – yet every culture seems to have their own recipe readily available.

Belief is itself a very questionnable notion we are incessantly reminded to respect no matter how ill founded. The salesmen of religion have of course their specially designed cookbook where anything can be supported by twist of a verse supported by the authoritative fallacy of it’s author who is not even a man but a versatile God who awaits to judge us in the afterlife.

Such an outlandish proposition would normally make any truth-seeker cringe, and even more-so when they discover to whom the Bible’s author chose to entrust his legacy – a group of unscrupulous men in silk dresses, hats, jewellery and disposing bank-accounts so rich it is beyond decency they dare collect any more money at all let alone pretend to work in the interest of the poor. But they do.

So twisted is the nature of religion that it should be no surprise their fraud is only possible because it is of such proportions the public can not imagine the perversion and dishonesty required for such falsehoods and lies. Hitler called the recipe the big lie and we still have not uncovered just how ‘big‘ the lies of religion really are nor how deep they are rooted.

When we rid ourselves of the incredulity this robed community has mastered to hide behind for far too long we soon encounter obvious problems with the very gender-identity these ‘oh lie’ or ‘holy’ sales representatives have chosen to hide behind.

It would seem a bit risky for the clergy to tie too many links between the church and Holywood but of course these are actors selling the product and no surprise in how some actresses transitioned so well into the role of nuns. The Lord seem to indeed have made his earthly representatives in his own image and that clearly appear to be an inverted reality where sisters are brothers and fathers are mothers.


Dolores Hart – here as a Hollywood actress


Dolores Hart played Elvis Presley’s sweetheart in the movie Loving You (1957) only 18 years old. Later in her career, Dolores met Pope St. John XXIII in Italy during a film shoot, and when she introduced herself as Dolores Hart the Pope responded “No, you are St. Clare of Assisi!”

Mother Dolores Hart 2012
Dolores Hart, now Reverend Mother, arrives at the 84th Annual Academy Awards in 2012 with her ‘former’ Holywood siblings


Olalla Oliveros – during her modelling career


Olalla Oliver is Spanish model and actress that received in her mind the image of herself dressed as a nun upon visiting the Catholic pilgrimage site Fatima in Portugal –  “The Lord is never wrong, He asked if I will follow him, and I could not refuse”.


Olalla Oliver with her Catholic ‘sisters’


Amada Rosa Pérez from Columbia is seemingly the next actress and model expected to turn up in Nun’s clothing as she is currently under religious conversion in a Marian religious community.

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Twisting our credulity

“She is known for her powerful, husky voice, and poetic and somewhat obscure lyrics.”

The number of female singers with deep “husky” voices clearly outnumber what one would expect to find naturally. Of course there seems to be nothing natural about the music industry.  And much like many fellow pop-stars there is something very artificial with Tanita Tikaram as well.

Tanita Tikaram was born to an Fijian-Indian British Army soldier and a Malaysian mother so her physical looks are indeed inhabitual – still it is hard not to notice her typically male voice and masculine looks regardless of origin.

Tikaram must today be regarded as something of a one hit wonder – and her biggest hit came with her debut album at only 19 years old with her first singles that became top 10 hits around Europe. None of Tikarams later efforts ever matched her debut album and her popularity has quietly dropped since her smashing debut. Maybe her looks and voice did get noticed, only not by the public but rather by the music executives who detected what we see today – Elite Gender Inversion.

Tanita Tikaram “Twist In My Sobriety” – 04:36 (mm:ss)


Tanita apparently drinking from a teacup


Pretty visual play here – ‘Manita’ some might think


Tikaram playing bull with short index fingers

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