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Originally posted by OleMB
That's exactly right. The biggest "mistake" I see people do is believing that these people write their own songs. That would make all the illuminati symbolism arbitrary and meaningless. But that is not the case; someone is writing the songs for them, and they put symbolism in every aspect from clothing, lyrics, music video etc, and the symbolism obviously mean something to them. The most ludicrous argument I ever hear is that "conspiracy stuff and illuminati is getting really popular, so artist put it in their song to make more money". Come on. No, somebody is doing this stuff from behind the scene, and there seems to be a point to all of it.
"I look at music like a puzzle, like I'm trying to figure out what I'm gonna say on it...Figure out the emotion of the track, what it's saying...then I go to my Rain-Man."
Jay-Z (J esus C hrist?)
Many of you know of about the immense referencing to a certain Rain-Man that has been going on for decades. Some think its Moloch, other think it's Lucifer. That may be the case, but I also think a Rain-Man is an artist-mentor, writing the songs and deciding where they are gonna be and when. Pretty much everything, and he is of course Illuminated.
Originally posted by Circular Universe
This has been a very thoughtful discussion, and I believe comes way closer to the truth than "The Music Industry EXPOSED" did. I was very taken by the Rain Man symbolism, among other things in the documentary, but most of what the doc sells as evidence is really just far-stretched opinion..
Originally posted by JohnnyR
reply to post by drew1749
Hmmmm, I'm a huge Eminem fan, listened for a long time....I'm not so sure when he raps he's talking about himself through the whole track. Meaning he changes back and forth through the track. I think he's making fun of the industry, pop culture, political correctness and religion all in one rap, they are Rain man. As part of the industry he sees first hand, he's become Rain man too... I'll listen again I think his lyrics are genius, but I'm a fan so...edit on 5/17/2011 by JohnnyR because: (no reason given)