Are some rock stars Satanist?

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posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 10:34 AM
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My sister gave me some tickets to see Van Halen in concert in Atlanta last night because she had a horse show to go to and could not attend, a generous gift at $90.00 bucks a piece. Anyhow my wife and I went and man was I amazed. I couldn't help but notice a few things that allude to the occult on Van Halen paraphenalia. One I saw was on a teeshirt, it was a man with his arms streched out like he's flying. I have seen that one in Manley P. Hall's book The secret Teachings Of all The Ages. Another they shewed was on the big screen TVs a few times during the concert. The view was of the ocean, underneath the sun was a giant triangle with the all seeing eye in the middle. I know they have one song at least that actually proclaims running with the devil. Eddie plays guitar like he's thousands of years old or something, I have never seen the like.




posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 10:38 AM
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Well, if you've seen the "Hot For Teacher" video the answer is obvious....YES!



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 10:41 AM
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Rock and roll shows are all about the spectacle, and the occult plays into this. It is mostly for show. It is not a sudden new thing, the Rolling Stones put out "Her Majesty's Satanic Service" in the late 60's.

If you are offended, don't go. Freedom of Speech extends to Rock Stars, too.



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 10:47 AM
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A friend of mine blames all the modern problems in the world on AC/DCs' Highway To Hell because he says it all started around 1978. Personally I think he's just a Jesus freak.



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 02:27 PM
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Originally posted by herm

Rock and roll shows are all about the spectacle, and the occult plays into this. It is mostly for show. It is not a sudden new thing, the Rolling Stones put out "Her Majesty's Satanic Service" in the late 60's.


Sorry for being a stickler here, but as a huge Stones fan of many years, let me point out that the album's actual name was "Their Satanic Majesties Request", and was released in 1967. It generated quite a bit of controversy...not so much for its title, but for the fact that many critics charged it was a rip-off of the Beatles' "Sgt. Peppers" album, which had been released about 7 months previously.



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 03:05 PM
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Here's an interesting site regarding an alleged relationship between rock stars, the illuminati, and satan.

I'm not necessarily buying completely into this story, but is an interesting idea, and falls completely in line with the illuminati new world order media manipulation concept. Most people think this guy is a complete kook who blames his lack of success on the forces of evil - but being in the industry myself, I found it a fun read - and it did lead me to a document called "The Aquarian Conspiracy" which was chock full of fun info.

Eddie does play like he's been running those scales for at least a few millennia.


I started a thread about this before here, but nobody nibbled.



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 08:01 PM
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Mpeak, I have not seen that video but always wanted to.

Herm, did I say I was offened? I ejoyed the concert emmencely. You don't see many acts where the lead guitar player is the star of the show atleast thats the way it was in Atlanta. Everybody was screaming Eddie, Eddie, Eddie, etc. Imagine how the lead singer feels. I was concerned that he might be over the hill now that he's twenty years older than he was when we were kids listening, he's far from that man. If the devil rocks thier boat more power to them and the devil. I was just looking for clues to thier tremendous success.


Masonic Light, they also had a song out that said something like - Pleased to meet you hope you guessed my name.


Bunkbuster, I was just thinking Eddie might have been reincarnating for thousands of years, retaining all his knowledge from his previous lives. He could be three or four thousand years old. He was probably playing music back in Egypt.



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 08:08 PM
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Oh for heavens sake
rock stars are no more into what you call "Satan" than others....some are into negative forces, some aren't....herm
is entirely correct....it's a show, put on for spectacle.....even watched the Biography channels piece on Alice Cooper...pure fan fare to sell, it's a business to make money.....



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 08:10 PM
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Sex, drugs and rock and roll...

Whatever.

It's all about making money and selling seats.



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 08:15 PM
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Opps!

[edit on 18-9-2004 by TexasConspiracyNut]



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 09:04 PM
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Why would symbols and allusion to the occult = satanism

For that matter, why would havind a song mentioning the devll = satanism?



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 09:33 PM
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Originally posted by TgSoe

Masonic Light, they also had a song out that said something like - Pleased to meet you hope you guessed my name.


That tune was called "Sympathy For The Devil". It was on the "Beggars Banquet" album from 1968.

As for Van Halen, I doubt any of those guys are satanists...except maybe David Lee Roth.


[edit on 18-9-2004 by Masonic Light]



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 09:47 PM
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Originally posted by Masonic Light
As for Van Halen, I doubt any of those guys are satanists...except maybe David Lee Roth.


[edit on 18-9-2004 by Masonic Light]


No, Sammy Hagar is the Anti-Christ!


I have been in the music biz as a player for many years. Most of the "rock-stars" I have met or worked with do not have a lot going on "upstairs" in the intellectual dept. Very talented with regards to entertainment, but don't ask most of them to quote Dante.

Trust me, most images of Satan are coincidental or along the lines of Wiccan MTV style. ie. Not very imformed. or most likely, "But dude, it looks kewl!" you get my drift.



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 09:49 PM
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Man, the way Eddie slings that axe, I wouldn't be suprized if he sold his soul to the devil...

Led Zeppelin used to hang out in Crowleys mansion and attempted at least to practice his magick. Metallica used to write songs based on H.P. Lovecraft stories. I believe Marylin Manson and possibly Maynard James Keenan belong to the Church of Satan, whose members, incidentally, do not believe in Satan.

I believe rockers believe in only one thing, though, and that's ROCK!



posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 10:14 PM
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Originally posted by DeltaChaos
Man, the way Eddie slings that axe, I wouldn't be suprized if he sold his soul to the devil...

Led Zeppelin used to hang out in Crowleys mansion and attempted at least to practice his magick. Metallica used to write songs based on H.P. Lovecraft stories. I believe Marylin Manson and possibly Maynard James Keenan belong to the Church of Satan, whose members, incidentally, do not believe in Satan.

I believe rockers believe in only one thing, though, and that's ROCK!


Eddie spent most of his youth practicing guitar in his bedroom. He really is that good.

Zeppelin's fascination with Crowley pretty much began and ended with Pagey. The other three were working class blokes who most likely got a good laugh out of the whole thing.

Metallica? Dude, KEWL! "For whom the bell tolls" is like about like death and stuff, kewl dude! +11111 !!!!!!

Maynard and Marilyn are both suburban white trash. See above sentence.

But the linking factor!? I agree, they all want to rock!

Not bashing them, just pointing out that they are people like anyone else.



posted on Sep, 19 2004 @ 04:07 AM
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NOTE: I actually belong to the church of satan.

Hey, I had a bunch of money at the time, and they send you this metal credit card like membership card. It's pretty KEWL!



posted on Sep, 19 2004 @ 02:54 PM
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lady V- So what if they were satanist everyone always thinks that is such a dirty word. Can't someone be a satanist without everyone freaking out?


Mac Killer- Do you suppose it's really a gimmick to make money. I know people will buy nearly anything with a nearly naked girl afixed to it.


Dont Tread on Me- If you have cute little horns on your avatar chances are you are a wiccan or very interested in the craft. If a man has a lap dog he might be gay. If you have a huge pot leaf on your shirt your either a pothead or a knark. Everyone at least seems to use symbols that represent what they are about.



ML- Maybe he is man if hes gotten into studying the occult he'll never have any time for rock music again. It certainly is a deep subject. One could read the rest of his/her life and not grasp it all.


Facefirst- Thats a hilarious title I think I know what it means and totaly agree. What do you play man?



Delta Chaos- He is bad to the bone bad man he can make sounds come out of a guitar that aren't supposed to come out of it.

Wow man a real statanist, I don't believe I have ever had the priviledge. Unless Masonic Light is one an not telling us.
The church of Satan does not believe in the true existance of Satan do they?

[Edited on 20-9-2004 by TgSoe]



posted on Sep, 19 2004 @ 03:35 PM
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Originally posted by TgSoe





Facefirst- Thats a hilarious title I think I know what it means and totaly agree. What do you play man?




Wow man a real statanist, I don't believe I have ever had the priviledge. Unless Masonic Light is one an not telling us.
The church of Satan does not believe in the true existance of Satan do they?


They must believe in the exsitance of religious tax-exempt laws!

I love that title too! Not sure where you are or if we are on the same wavelength, but here in the US there is a pretty extreme radio personality who begins his show everyday by yelling "HELLO INFIDELS!" I am not a fan of the guy's views or anything, but the way he says it makes me howl with laughter. It has a great ring to it....... But if it makes me sound deeper than I really am..... then KEWL!!! +11111

I am a pro bassist who works out of sunny L.A. Which reminds me, I have to go learn some new material for a gig! Nice talkin' to ya!



posted on Sep, 25 2004 @ 03:23 PM
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Whilst manny would call, or sell themselves as a satanist
and claim they worship the devil they know nothing

I am a tru satanist and have been all my life
You don't just decide Im going to be satanic from now on,

satanism has nothing to do with the devil or satan or devil worship
although evil in the purest sense.

a tru satanist
WORSHIPS no-one but himself (exept Trent reznor of nine inch nails, he he)
indulging In the "so-called sin's"
anti christian ? yes
evil? some people coud say that

self gratification is of the upmost importance

treat every one equel and with respect

e.g.
a select rule from the satanic commandments

when In open teritory bother no-one,
If someone bothers you ask them to stop,
If they do not stop

DESTROY THEM!!!


satanism IS a philosophy NOT a relign.





[Edited on 25-9-2004 by TrentReznor]



posted on Sep, 25 2004 @ 08:14 PM
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Are some rock stars satanists?


Depends on your definition of satanist.

I suggest reading the lyrics to some Van Halen songs.



Runnin' With The Devil

I live my life like there's no tomorrow
And all I've got I had to steal
Least I don't need to beg or borrow
Yes I'm living at a pace that kills
Runnin' with the devil
Runnin' with the devil
I found the simple life ain't so simple
When I jumped out on that road
I got no love, no love you'd call real
Ain't got nobody waiting at home
Runnin' with the devil
Runnin' with the devil
You know I, I found the simple life, weren't so simple, no
When I jumped out on that road
Got no love, no love you'd call real
Got nobody waiting at home
Runnin' with the devil



The relationship between the devil and stealing. No relation, surprise surprise.

This is a stupid thread..





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