reply to post by SoymilkAlaska
Oh, thought it was the right link. Thank you. And thanks for your previous comments.
There's a lot of weird stuff going on right now. I'm not speaking of anyone in particular, but you remember back in the 50's when people were
saying there were satanic messages in rock 'n' roll? I don't mean backwards masking and that kind of stuff, but they were saying that a lot of Rock
'N' Roll songs had Satanic inferences.
Most people's reaction at the time was that that was non sense, unless you were really religious, most people thought that was nonsense.
When I was growing up in the 70's, the satanic messages were no longer subtle, they were out and out in your face, the lyrics, the names of the
bands, but by the 70's, 20 years later, somehow, society somehow got
conditioned to this, and now when we listen to rock 'n' roll and here songs like Sympathy for The Devil, people don't even pay attention.
I remember I was playing pool with my dad once when I was younger and that song by The Stones was playing in the pool hall, this was many years ago,
and I said "Dad, do you know what this song is about?" and he's like "no" and I'm like, he's saying he's Lucifer. and my dad is like,
"really?" and I'm like shaking my head. People don't even listen to the words any more when they hear a song, even if its a song they like-- most
people-- not all-- I should say most.
I think the same thing is happening here. They have so conditioned us to see such absurd things in music videos, starting in the 80's that most
people are not really even paying that close attention anymore to the videos, and if you point out-- hey, did that guy just make the devil sign? and
people are like, "I don't know what you're talking about" or "did that lady just make the symbol of Horace?' and people are like "I think your
seeing what you want to see"
They are now blatantly, showing their occult symbolism now because they feel safe to do so because they feel they have sufficiently dumbed down
society and conditioned society not to pay close attention and get irritated when people who do point it out. do point it out.
I just saw the movie Prometheus today. I don't think this is a spoiler. This might be off topic, so I'll make it quick. I think Ridley Scott threw
away his reputation to make a really good movie so that he could put another theme of bad aliens on their way to attack us, this theme has been in so
many movies in the last five years, oh my gosh-- isn't it obvious they're trying to condition us for something?
Just my two cents anyway.