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U2 Satanists ?

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posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 07:22 PM
Have the mebers of U2 sold their souls to the devil to get famous?
Are they just good naturaly?
Makes you think twice right?

Watch this eight minute video clip on U2 from the 10+ hour version, "They Sold Their Souls For Rock And Roll".

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 07:38 PM
Bono has been speculated about as being the Anti-Christ. There was one cardinal in Rome who actually named him. I can't remember the cardinal right now. Google up Bono; anti-christ; and cardinal and you'll find it.

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 07:42 PM
I always wondered about U2. I love the music but would question the lyrics at times. A bunch of songs and lyrics were mentioned in the video and I can think of a few more. You hear them in interviews speaking of Jesus and thier faith but then in thier music they twist the Bible or almost speak lies of the christian walk.

This will be an interesting thread I hope it takes off I would be interested in others views on this.

[edit on 30-10-2006 by PLUMBER1]

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 07:47 PM
here is more information from that source.

i just looked at the one with madonna, quite interesting stuff i think.

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 08:04 PM
i have an alternatye theory to explain U2 s' success.

a great deal of humans have terrable tast in music

problem solved

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 08:06 PM
U2 and the devil?? What a load of crap!

Going back to where Bono dressed as Macphisto, alot of people took this as Bono liking the devil etc. Truth of the matter is that it says in the bible (cant find where) that if you mock the devil he will be afraid of you. This is why Bono dressed this way.

I have read many books on U2 and Bono, and believe me there is no evil there, he plays with his spirituality, and searches for the truth but I can promise you no evil.

I suggest you read these before you blurt such nonsense

Heres some text from the book of Bono being interviewed by Michka Assayas...

Bono: My understanding of the Scriptures has been made simple by the person of Christ. Christ teaches that God is love. What does that mean? What it means for me: a study of the life of Christ. Love here describes itself as a child born in straw poverty, the most vulnerable situation of all, without honor. I don't let my religious world get too complicated. I just kind of go: Well, I think I know what God is. God is love, and as much as I respond [sighs] in allowing myself to be transformed by that love and acting in that love, that's my religion. Where things get complicated for me, is when I try to live this love. Now that's not so easy.

Assayas: What about the God of the Old Testament? He wasn't so "peace and love"?

Bono: There's nothing hippie about my picture of Christ. The Gospels paint a picture of a very demanding, sometimes divisive love, but love it is. I accept the Old Testament as more of an action movie: blood, car chases, evacuations, a lot of special effects, seas dividing, mass murder, adultery. The children of God are running amok, wayward. Maybe that's why they're so relatable. But the way we would see it, those of us who are trying to figure out our Christian conundrum, is that the God of the Old Testament is like the journey from stern father to friend. When you're a child, you need clear directions and some strict rules. But with Christ, we have access in a one-to-one relationship, for, as in the Old Testament, it was more one of worship and awe, a vertical relationship. The New Testament, on the other hand, we look across at a Jesus who looks familiar, horizontal. The combination is what makes the Cross.

Assayas: Speaking of bloody action movies, we were talking about South and Central America last time. The Jesuit priests arrived there with the gospel in one hand and a rifle in the other.

Bono: I know, I know. Religion can be the enemy of God. It's often what happens when God, like Elvis, has left the building. [laughs] A list of instructions where there was once conviction; dogma where once people just did it; a congregation led by a man where once they were led by the Holy Spirit. Discipline replacing discipleship. Why are you chuckling?

Assayas: I was wondering if you said all of that to the Pope the day you met him.

Bono: Let's not get too hard on the Holy Roman Church here. The Church has its problems, but the older I get, the more comfort I find there. The physical experience of being in a crowd of largely humble people, heads bowed, murmuring prayers, stories told in stained-glass windows …

Assayas: So you won't be critical.

Bono: No, I can be critical, especially on the topic of contraception. But when I meet someone like Sister Benedicta and see her work with AIDS orphans in Addis Ababa, or Sister Ann doing the same in Malawi, or Father Jack Fenukan and his group Concern all over Africa, when I meet priests and nuns tending to the sick and the poor and giving up much easier lives to do so, I surrender a little easier.

Assayas: But you met the man himself. Was it a great experience?

Bono: … [W]e all knew why we were there. The Pontiff was about to make an important statement about the inhumanity and injustice of poor countries spending so much of their national income paying back old loans to rich countries. Serious business. He was fighting hard against his Parkinson's. It was clearly an act of will for him to be there. I was oddly moved … by his humility, and then by the incredible speech he made, even if it was in whispers. During the preamble, he seemed to be staring at me. I wondered. Was it the fact that I was wearing my blue fly-shades? So I took them off in case I was causing some offense. When I was introduced to him, he was still staring at them. He kept looking at them in my hand, so I offered them to him as a gift in return for the rosary he had just given me.

Assayas: Didn't he put them on?

Bono: Not only did he put them on, he smiled the wickedest grin you could ever imagine. He was a comedian. His sense of humor was completely intact. Flashbulbs popped, and I thought: "Wow! The Drop the Debt campaign will have the Pope in my glasses on the front page of every newspaper."


posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 08:12 PM
he may not be the anti christ but if he stands with cain, then he is truely lost.

Man, the guys voice was annoying in that clip, but his message is clear as a bell -Bono and U2 are in deep trouble in the next life.

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 08:21 PM

Man, the guys voice was annoying in that clip, but his message is clear as a bell -Bono and U2 are in deep trouble in the next life.

reminds me a little of jimmy fallon's (of SNL) impression of pat obrien (of ET).

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 08:24 PM

Similarly, media and government pretend to stamp out child predators while at the same time promoting rock groups that encourage children to have sex. The DVD shows a "Spice Girl" serenading a six-year-old with a song advocating self-abandonment. It shows 14-year-old teenage girls who look like hookers admitting that group sex orgies are commonplace.

Reaction to this DVD often is shock and denial. There is a tendency to dismiss it as the overzealous work of Christian fundamentalists. Indeed, the makers are too quick to reject Eastern religions as satanic and they fail to see how some performers like Elvis Presley might have been honest dupes with good intentions. If you're not a Christian, I urge you to overlook the sermonizing (although I personally think it is pertinent.) The overall message cannot be denied and should not be ignored.

I think they stay quite on the ball with what they are saying.

posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 08:34 PM
Man that guys annoying. And he made a good job of stringing things out like Macphisto=Beatles=beelzebub.etc etc!

Load of crap, interesting find though!

posted on Oct, 31 2006 @ 05:12 AM

Originally posted by FlyersFan
Bono has been speculated about as being the Anti-Christ. There was one cardinal in Rome who actually named him. I can't remember the cardinal right now. Google up Bono; anti-christ; and cardinal and you'll find it.

I could not find the info on this one realy

exept that one of his nick names is "the ani-christ" said one of his fan sites

posted on Oct, 31 2006 @ 12:25 PM
Ohboy. Another "pin the demonic label" upon someone whose art you don't like.

To date, one group or another has also claimed that Willie Nelson, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, etc, etc, were all in cahoots with Satan, Satan worshippers, or just plain Evyl:

...and jazz

And let's not forget all those perverted teen idols like Brittany Spears:

And now someone hits on U2U.

Before that, in the 1800's and earlier, it was the waltz that was the devil's music.

People who spend their lives watching over the morality of others are very silly.

posted on Oct, 31 2006 @ 06:57 PM
Indellkoffer, If I had anywats left you'd be getting one right now. Shall have to remember to pop back tomorrow!

posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 09:07 AM

The Beatles and the

Aquarian Conspiracy

An outstanding example of social conditioning to accept change, even when it is recognized as unwelcome change by the large population group in the sights of Stanford Research Institute, was the "advent" of the BEATLES. The Beatles were brought to the United States as part of a social experiment which would subject large population groups to brainwashing of which they were not even aware.

When Tavistock brought the Beatles to the United States nobody could have imagined the cultural disaster that was to follow in their wake. The Beatles were an integral part of "THE AQUARIAN CONSPIRACY," a living organism which sprang From "THE CHANGING IMAGES OF MAN," URH (489)-2150-Policy Research Report No. 4/4/74. Policy Report pre-pared by SRI Center for the study of Social Policy, Director, Professor Willis Harmon.

Here is an other interesting article that is going into this subject.

For the record, i do like a lot of the music that bands mentioned in these articles make.
I do like U2 mostly for example.
It is just puzzeling that so many of these bands use satanic influences in their music and ideas.
That makes me wonder if there is a link between these stories.
A lot of these christian researchers go a bit over the top trying to prove their point sometimes to my believe.
But there seems to be something in true in these stories to.
Pop music is a perfect tool for social engeneering and it seems to be used for that to.
The same way they can use these christian praise day's in these huge places, they seem to use pop music for these causes.

Maybe there are some more people around to give some feedback on these matters

posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 09:13 AM
U2?! I don't buy that. Now, King Diamond...I can see that.

posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 09:14 AM

you should see last years U2-show --- ist something like a NWO-ceremony-videoshow.


posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 09:32 AM
do you have a video link of that maybe ?

it would be good to check it out myself


posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 09:34 AM
I've never seen them live, and wouldn't really consider myself a fan. I find a few of their songs catchy or listenable.

I've heard similar charges of satanism charged against Journey (because of the prominence of the scarab in their album artwork). Based on their lyrics, topics, and mood of their songs, I don't believe that Journey would be satanic.

Again, King Diamond, that I can believe.

posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 09:46 AM
I think this little clip about jimy hendriks is interesting.

Here they state that he tought that he was possesed by something

it be interesting to find more people that state that.

Like this example.

When I hit the stage it’s all of a sudden a magic from somewhere that comes and the spirit just hits you, and you lose control of yourself."

"I wake up from dreams and go, ‘Wow! Put this down on paper!’ The whole thing is strange. You hear the words, everything is right there in front of your face. And you say to yourself, ‘I’m sorry, I just didn’t write this. It’s there already’. I feel that somewhere, someplace, it’s all been done, and I’m the courier bringing it into the world."

Does anyone has more information on artist stating something simular?

posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 10:29 AM
Angus Young of AC/DC supposedly said something like (paraphrasing him/the source), "...when I'm on stage, its like I'm not in control of my own body, some force takes over and I'm like a puppet on a string being controlled...".

This was used as "evidence" that AC/DC is satanic, also that AC/DC is alledged to mean "Anti-Christ/Devil-Child", and because of some of the topics/lyrics of their songs.

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