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Originally posted by LazarusTsiyr
reply to post by havok
Indeed. And let's not forget Eminem's song "Rain Man" (a name which MANY different rappers and singers have referenced in song) where he says, "My soul is possessed by this devil, my new name is Rain Man"
But I guess I'm taking him too literally also, according to some, huh? lol
That’s right. The muses, the nine women that have been with me since I can remember, since maybe two-and-a-half, they push me and point me into open listening and the songs themselves appear as geometric shapes... I can’t tell you what shape. But as I get to know them, as I’m performing them and as the years go on, the shapes expand, in a way. Each time I enter it the song might show me something different than I’d seen before because of what you just said, because the collective has an experience with it, a perception of it that I didn’t have. And the muses will tell me, “Look... you need to listen to this. Just because this isn’t your experience of it doesn’t mean the song doesn’t hold that experience.”
So I keep learning who they are. Interview in the New York Times
Originally posted by Astyanax
There are no demons, no Illuminati, and Satan is a myth.
Originally posted by Snsoc
I watched about four minutes of this before I got bored, and all I learned is that Satan apparently has terrible taste in music.
I knew about the Monarch thing from Vigilant Citizen, but the only evidence we have that such a program exists is the say-so of two supposedly former mind-controlled sex slaves.
Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
Whatever is possessing members to stray ...
Originally posted by Exitt
Right now i am just searching for answers and keeping an open mind.
"Since the launching of the Beatles as an international project via TV in 1963, "rock" has been the most influential recruiter to Satanism. Rock was created, and is still coordinated by Crowley’s followers and by the OTO network, in cooperation with WICCA. It is, not so incidentally, also the Satanist’s biggest money-maker, and believed to provide the chief logistical support for deployments and other activities of the OTO-WICCA efforts world-wide.
There is nothing spontaneous or accidental about "rock." It is a product of classical studies of the ancient Phrygian terrorist cult of Satan-Dionysos, the model for the Roman Bacchic cults of similar characteristics. Crowley’s control of the "rock industry" has been documented by a team of [private] investigators, who have also noted, that in addition to the Satanist lyrics, Satanist messages embedded sublimely in rock recordings are a key feature of this subversive operation.
The "rock rhythm" itself is copied from the old Dionysian-Bacchic cults. Even without the drugs and sexual orgies which are characteristic features of hard-core rock affairs, repeated, frequent, hours-long exposure to constant repetition of "rock rhythms" produces lasting, drug-like effects on the mind of the victim. Reducing sexual practices to the level of bestiality, is a crucial feature of Satanism in all historical periods studied, from Phrygian Cybele-Dionysos cult-period onward."
How the CIA and Military Control the Music Industry
Gavin Baddeley, another Crowley student, is the head of Church of Satan in Great Britain, and the author of the book, "Lucifer Rising: Sin, Devil Worship, and Rock'n'Roll". This is actually an excellent resource if you really want to know what the music industry is all about.
In the book he is interviewing artists that are overtly and covertly satanic, many of them also admitting to being members of the Church of Satan, which makes shocking reading. The book definitely kills the myth that occultism and Satanism in rock music is just a gimmick; it's the real thing. The information comes directly from the horse's mouth.
The Origins of Rock Music
Acid rock is the authentic mystery religion of our time. One lyrical approach, the non-mystery approach or lesser-mystery approach, is to write lyrics that are obvious allusions to the entheogenic loose- cognition state. The higher or more extreme mystery approach is to write lyrics that to the uninitiated, appear to be completely unrelated to the entheogenic loose-cognition state, but contain dense subtle allusions to that state for those who are initiated and can recognize the set of allusions and double-entendres.
Acid Rock as mystery religion