The business of selling satanic and occult concepts has proved to be a lucrative one – thanks to the music industry.
One of the fundamental problems with the corporate entertainment industry is that through its big budget marketing and paid-for media reach, it’s able to exert undo influence over its target market of teens and pre-teen children with its overt promotion of occult symbols and imagery. The balance of influence is overwhelmingly tipped in favour of a handful of media multinationals, and these are the results…
This latest monstrosity by their latest willing agitprop front girl, ‘artist’ Azealia Banks, is probably one of the most in-your-face examples of what the entertainment industry’s mission currently is: a cultural psy-op which is pressing ahead with the simultaneous program to proliferate satanic imagery and symbolism together with the increased sexualisation of young people and the promotion of paedophilia. The idea behind this media-wide program is to make all these things appear as acceptable, or the new “normal”. They have more of less succeeded in capturing an entire generation.
In addition to this, the lyrics also include the usual references to fashionable drug use and of course, violence – a recycling of the old staple of drugs and violence – coupled with the new satanic, graphic sex and Babylonian, Masonic, and other occult references openly featured in her video. All for your children – and all designed and produced by a cynical and twisted adult clique.
Parents should understand by now, that with their digital legions of followers on social networks like Twitter and Facebook, it doesn’t take a genius to know that whatever these celebrities say or show that they are into, their youth following with almost always emulate their every move. Moreover, most young children believe this to be their “culture” now, completely unaware how it is being force-fed to them by corporate monopolies.
Here is a sample of the lyrics from the video “Yung Rapunxel” below:
Stay true to this shit,
Mackin’ moves in this b*tch, whitey hoot for this sis.
If these niggas is rich, if these niggas insist,
I’ma dig ‘em and dip – take a whiff of this mist.
I’m used to this chip.
Spit ya fluidest, – bitch nigga, you could get bent.
Remov-ed and Spent….
I’m a shoe in this sh*t shaker, you was just tricked….
Perusing his d**k
Come feud with this fif, face two of this lit.
He’s souping his drip, from the roof of this clit.
B*tch better quit that quit that chit chat
If you strapped nigga! dare you ta, dare you ta
Just let me pop my sh*t, let me hit that weed!
Read rest of lyrics here
See this video for yourself…
Just how many of the entertainment industry’s so-called artists, and other celebrities have actually been indoctrinated into Occult and Satanic organisations and cults? Apparently, many more than you might think, including close friend of President Obama – artist Jay-Z…
Celebs falling for even more sinister ‘religion’: Introducing the Satanic sex cult that’s snaring stars like Peaches Geldof
- Founder Aleister Crowley dubbed ‘the wickedest man in the world’
- Crowley was born in 1875 and styled himself ‘the Great Beast, 666′
- Other stars linked to the cult include Jimmy Page and Jay-Z
By Richard Price
Taken at face value it was an innocent enough remark, encouraging friends to explore ‘a belief system to apply to day-to-day life to attain peacefulness’.
But when Peaches Geldof chose to share her ‘religious’ convictions with her 148,000 followers on Twitter, it lifted the lid on a much more sinister world than first impressions would suggest.
The socialite, 24, is a devotee of Ordo Templi Orientis, known as OTO, and even has the initials tattooed on her left forearm.(…) But a closer look at OTO — and Aleister Crowley, its founding ‘prophet’ — gives the lie to that assumption.
Crowley, who was born into an upper-class British family in 1875, styled himself as ‘the Great Beast 666′. He was an unabashed occultist who, prior to his death in 1947, revelled in his infamy as ‘the wickedest man in the world’.
His form of worship involved sadomasochistic sex rituals with men and women, spells which he claimed could raise malevolent gods and the use of hard drugs, including opium, cocaine, heroin and mescaline.
Crowley’s motto — perpetuated by OTO — was ‘do what thou wilt’. And it is this individualistic approach that has led to a lasting fascination among artists and celebrities, of whom Peaches is the latest in a long line.
Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, for example, routinely took part in occult magical rituals and was so intrigued by Crowley he bought his former home, Boleskine House, on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland.
And there are now OTO lodges scattered around the country, practising the same ceremonial rituals and spreading the word of Crowley.
While membership is secret, Peaches is said to have been initiated into it, raising the prospect that many of her impressionable fans could try to do the same.(…) Other celebrities linked to OTO include the rapper Jay-Z, who has repeatedly purloined imagery and quotations from Crowley’s work.
Whether wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with ‘Do what thou wilt’ or hiring Rihanna to hold aloft a flaming torch in his music videos (a reference to the Illuminati, an outlawed secret society whose name supposedly derives from Lucifer, or ‘light bringer’), he has given the sect priceless publicity.
His clothing line, Rocawear, is shot through with OTO imagery such as the ‘all seeing eye’ in a triangle, the ‘eye of Horus’ (an ancient Egyptian symbol frequently referenced in occult texts) and the head of Baphomet (the horned, androgynous idol of Western occultism)…Read more about OTO at Mail Online