Mother Bird: Momo: Demon Demon

Momo. From Mandarin 魔 (mó, “demon”). Demon demon is a creepy faced bug eyed head with the chest connected to legs that look like a chicken. This sculpture is called Mother Bird and was created 3 years ago (2016) by Keisuke Aiso. It was made out of rubber and natural oils for a Japanese exhibit on ghost stories. The ghost story is about a mother who dies during childbirth but then comes back as a bird.

Now he doesn’t say way kind of legs they are but from a bird. It does look like a crow or vulture but also could be rooster like. I’ve written about the occult significance of chickens/ roosters and it’s not good. The year Trump was elected it was the Year of the Rooster and I kept up on a lot of strange rooster/chicken related happenings in 2017. Please read this, this and this. The other thought I had on this phenomenon is the use of augering. I also wrote about this form of witchcraft associated with Trump. Please read this to better understand that there is a form of a digital auger. There is also this. I’m sure you will understand the background to this type of thing when you see these connections.

Before I get into the details I first want to mention that the creator of Mother Bird claimed he destroyed the sculpture last Autumn. The question is why? If it was just a sculpture then no big deal right? The problem is this, those of us who read Scriptures know of the spiritual connontations with “sculptures or art” like this. They can act as a beacon of sorts for demonic activity, and I believe this was the reason for Mother Bird or should I say Momo. Modern day Teraphim.

According to this article from UNILAD, “Keisuke explained how he had thrown away the sculpture, made from rubber and natural oils, last autumn. He said: It doesn’t exist anymore, it was never meant to last. It was rotten and I threw it away. The children can be reassured Momo is dead – she doesn’t exist and the curse is gone.”

It was “rotted” and “the curse is gone”. So, is he saying that this thing was associated with some sort of curse and this is what instilled fear into parents and children? I also want to mention the Sun article. He did keep one thing from the sculpture and didn’t trash all of it. He kept one eye. “All that is left is an eye used on the work, which he plans to recycle on a new model. He also has a cheap moulded mask of the Momo which a pal bought for him after visiting Mexico where his ghoulish figure was being used to celebrate the day of the dead.

So now evidently this was made into a mask and is used in Mexico’s Day of the Dead celebration. There is more to this story then what we are told now isn’t there?

From The Sun article, “He admits the sculpture, which features the head and naked torso of a traumatised woman, and a bird, is terrifying. The artist was inspired by a Japanese ghost story about a lady who dies in childbirth and emerges as a bird woman to haunt the area where she died.

In local folklore, the woman appears cradling a baby and tries to hand it to strangers before disappearing before the baby turns into sticks or rocks. Aiso, who also makes models for TV shows, said: “When I created the piece – I will be honest – I had every intention to scare people. I threw it away and a week after the whole thing blew up. It was falling apart, so it’s probably for the best. If you’d have seen it in the state it was in, it would have probably looked even more terrifying. I have no regrets that it is gone. I don’t really care that they changed the name though.” (The Sun)

So…I looked for these alleged videos on Momo and couldn’t find anything. Not one. (I give an update below so please stay with me.) But what I did find is a ton of videos telling parents to not let their kids watch the Momo videos. So I don’t know if the Peppa Pig video itself is real or not but it allegedly is according to some. And for some reason it seems to be garnering a lot of click bait for this digital meme. The hoax part of the story may be the “deaths” that are attributed to Momo but instilling fear into parents and children seems to not be the hoax. That seems to be the real parr of this story.

It is strange that it has showed up allegedly on a Peppa Pig video. We know what pigs represent in scripture and how they are unclean…whether you like that or not. And we know demons begged to be cast into pigs when Jesus was casting the legion out. We also know Antiochus sacrificed a pig in the Holy of Holies. So why is the popularity of Momo happening again because of a pig? I think the answer is simple…there are demonic principalites behind this type of thing. Whether it is for the blatant use of witchcraft and spells or to instill fear into both parents and children. All of this is a form of witchcraft one way or another.

Now if you look at Peppa Pig, it looks like a phallus. There is a ancient Egyptian deity named Apep (Pepa) that was the embodiment of chaos in the form of a serpent. As far as what is really going on spiritually with this Momo statue and Peppa Pig is not looking good. Let’s not forget that it is the Chinese Year of the Pig also. Please read this.

This comes from Bessie Totten. We are in agreement with these connections with Momo/Mother Bird and Lilith.

“Some weird character is suddenly appearing on children’s apps and telling them to commit suicide!!
As if little children watching a phallic shaped pink pig cartoon that’s name reversed is the name the Ancient Egyptians gave to the devil, Apep/Peppa, wasn’t bad enough, now this evil MOMO thing is popping up everywhere.

Apep was associated with the God Set, Nephthys, the goddess of death was the sister/wife of Set. In the Babylonian culture she was Lilith, who STOLE AND MURDERED CHILDREN!

This MOMO creation is a cyber version of Lilith, and she has really hit the headlines now she is popping up in Peppa Pig shows. I’ve been having rants about that vile penis head Pig for years! How about not just deleting the apps that allows the MOMO thing to appear, how about just deleting the devil pig.

Pepa Pig in English Gematria equals: 420
Lilith in English Gematria equals : 420

Momo in English Gematria equals: 336
Isis in English Gematria equals: 336″

Here is the bottom line. If there is a video or if it’s just AI throwing this thing out there in kids videos or if people are doing this on purpose to kids, just watch what your kids are watching. Pay attention. My daughter isn’t ever allowed on YouTube for this very reason and the ads before the shows, well parents should really be concerned about that. Be mindful what your kids take in. Whether it’s real or not.

One last interesting bit of info…Momo, also known as The Grey Gentlemen or The Men in Grey, is a fantasy novel by Michael Ende, published in 1973. It is about the concept of time and how it is used by humans in modern societies. The full title in German translates to Momo, or the strange story of the time-thieves and the child who brought the stolen time back to the people. The book won the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis in 1974.

UPDATE:

So after a lot of researching, I finally found a video of Momo on a kids YouTube video. This comes from a Bratz video. The Bratz characters have always reminded me of bug eyed fallen angels. It is strange, I will say that. If it is really happening then I definitely would be freaked out if my daughter came across it. Or any child for that matter. Here is what we know. Momo is actually a sculpture called Mother Bird created by artist Keisuke Aisawa at a special effects shop called Link Factory. Someone decided to take the image and make it into a “digital” meme. This is called Meme Magic. Read the screenshots to understand where this is going.

I hope you read the above excerpt from a book called Black Star. Now I’ve talked about how memes are used for magick. It started when 4Chan claimed that Trumps victory was due to their “meme magick” with the formation of the frog named pepe who resembled and was nothing more than an invocarion of the Egyptian frog god named Kek.

The Momo meme was said to originate on the Dark Web and somehow made it to What’s App (which by the way is a Facebook related App), then YouTube and other social media outlets. It was meant to affect the psyche of kids. Now the interesting thing about Mother Bird is the connection I see with Abraxas, the chicken man wth serpents legs.

I mentioned in the last post (above) that Momo has made its way to Peppa Pig and that Apep was an Egyptian deity that was related to the demon Lilith. The demon that would kill children in the womb and in some heretic circles, believes this was Adams wife along with Eve. They believe this demon is the cause of still birth. Is that true? I don’t know. But what I do know is that this Momo business is nothing more than an invocation/ritual to affect kids and put fear into parents. It’s nothing more than a form of witchcraft through the use of memes and digital media.

By the artists own admission, Mother Bird was created to instill fear in children and he knew it was some sort of curse. But there is really more to this whole story. The creator of MB said he broke the curse when he destroyed it. So then there must’ve been a curse attached to this sculpture or he wouldn’t have said anything. I believe demons connect themselves to artifacts and they don’t need to be dug up in the desert in order to have that spiritual attachment. They just need the magick to work.

What they want you to believe is that there is no video (which there was and is), that it’s just a sculpture and piece of art and it’s harmless. But he says he broke the Mother Bird curse. Why would he say that? Because the ghost story that this is from is about a Ubume.

“Ubume (産女), a Japanese yōkai, appears in folk stories and literature as an old woman or crone with a child in her arms, imploring the passerby to hold her infant, only to then disappear. As legend has it, the weight of the child increases by degrees, until the bewitched “child” is revealed to be nothing more than a huge rock or boulder.

Ubume are a type of supernatural entity, or yokai. Yokai are Japanese in origin and in Western terms can be most closely related to the idea of “ghosts”…in Japanese folklore the term is now applied to the ghost of a woman who had died in childbirth, or “birthing woman ghost”.

Typically, the ubume asks a passerby to hold her child for just a moment and disappears when her victim takes the swaddled baby. The baby then becomes increasingly heavy until it is impossible to hold. It is then revealed not to be a human child at all, but a boulder or a stone image of Jizo.

Many scholars have associated the ubume with the legend of the hitobashira, where a sacrificial mother and child “are buried under one of the supporting pillars of a new bridge.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubume)

First off let me say that this “ghost story” of a Ubume that is represented as Mother Bird/Momo is in fact a ghost. They were pretty clear in explaining that. And in my world view a ghost is a demon. Secondly, this particular myth or legend has the earmarks of not only Lilith (like we have seen) but of the Mother/Child cult in EVERY civilisation. This is your typical Isis/Horus story wth a slight twist…the mother dies and they call her the birthing mother ghost. This may be a deeper look into the demon Lilith and why she attacks unborn babies if this Ubume is one in the same.

So this “baby” that is given to a passerby turns into a stone image of Jizo. Who is Jizo? Jizo goes by many names and “is a bodhisattva primarily revered in East Asian Buddhism and usually depicted as a Buddhist monk. His name may be translated as “Earth Treasury”, “Earth Store”, “Earth Matrix”, or “Earth Womb”. Kṣitigarbha is known for his vow to take responsibility for the instruction of all beings in the six worlds between the death of Gautama Buddha and the rise of Maitreya, as well as his vow not to achieve Buddhahood until all hells are emptied. He is therefore often regarded as the bodhisattva of hell-beings, as well as the guardian of children and patron deity of deceased children and aborted fetuses in Japanese culture, where he is known as Jizō or Ojizō-sama, as a protector of children.” (

Jizo has 4 names, “Earth Treasury”, “Earth Store”, “Earth Matrix”, or “Earth Womb”. Now the womb/matrix names are an interesting connection to Jizo because it’s related to the abyss/bottomless pit and the restrainer that Paul mentions. In Buddhism, Jizo is working his way to buddhahood and is responsible for those people ” between the death of Gautama Buddha and the rise of Maitreya” and will not achieve Buddhahood until hell is emptied. Jizo “the bodhisattva of hell-beings, as well as the guardian of children and patron deity of deceased children and aborted fetuses in Japanese culture, where he is known as Jizō or Ojizō-sama, as a protector of children.

You have got to understand, this Momo that is a representation of a Ubume who is telling kids to do bad things to themselves and others is nothing more than a demon. And the son Jizo is a type of Lilith who is the guardian of dead babies. Do you see the connections here to a demonic entity? Now you know why this type of thing is so serious.

I already mentioned that this thing reminded me of a chicken/rooster. Even the face is reminiscent of a chicken and made me think of a messed up plague mask. Also notice the mouth. You have a jokeresque jester clown mouth. If you follow my blog then you know that I believe clowns are the spititial manifestation of the Nephilim.

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