I don't listen to new mainstream music myself, just some older classics that I've always liked, mostly songs that go back to my childhood.
Yeah I can appreciate the nostalgia a childhood song can bring about. The very reason why on a rare day one might find me listening to Garth Brooks or
Metallica. My dad was always listening to them.
These days, Mostly listen to island style, modern reggae music. It seems to me that 95% of the time their lyrics are spreading messages that are a
total contrast to what the illuminati is broadcasting through the radio.
Specifically these bands;
.SOJA (Soldiers of Jah army)
.ect, ect, many more, SOJA being my all time favorite, with the most positive words.
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ETA: outside of the reggae spectrum, System of a Down is such an awesome band, who also speaks out against TPTB, and "Modest Mouse" is wonderful too,
and In a category all their own.
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I don't think the cow means anything more than being another medium for the 'eye' symbolism.
Also the cow walking around the table means nothing, but they are lying inverted (male and female) on a vesica pisces shaped table. The union of
opposites and the vesica pisces often represent the 'transdimensional' (or bridge between spirit and matter).
The blue tinge in the video where they are being possessed is pretty common, a lot of bands represent those 'spirits' as blue people or with blue
rooms/ lighting effects. I am pretty sure Queen did the same thing in one of their videos, but I can't remember the name.
Also the Eurythmics have done work with David Bowie who wrote a song "Quicksand" where he sings about being "immersed in Crowley's uniform of
So I think you may be on to something.
Don't mind the haters, I doubt they realize how strange the entertainment crowd can really get.
Okay I can't find that specific Queen video, but the "Break Free" video follows the traditional symbolism like that found in the video you
So once again, I think you are on the right path but you should actually read Crowley's and Rosicrucian texts so you know what the symbolism means.
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Ugh found it, same as above.
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I like many genres of music, but I always seemed to go for alternative rock the most. In the past I've loved R.E.M., Radiohead, Leonard Cohen, Our
Lady Peace, Cracker and a great deal of individual songs and albums, mostly from the 90's. I always loved classic rock bands like The Who, The Moody
Blues and Pink Floyd. These days I mostly listen to psybient, chillout and various forms of instrumental music. Largely to aid me in writing, but
other times to unwind after work.
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Wow, I guess it does. The final scene is pretty wild.
I don't have a lot of time lately for reading, and I have books piled up to read as it is. But sometime I do want to read Crowley's work because I
keep uncovering his influences in music and culture. He's even on the Beatles cover to Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. When I first heard that
I thought it couldn't be true, yet it's admitted (of course there is a lot of occult symbolism in Beatles' covers anyway.)
You may be right about the employment of that cow for that scene. The scene of the cows in the pasture is a pretty obvious symbol for the public,
however. I guess the Eurythmics themselves represent something like sheep dogs.
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