Music history streams back from the earliest beginnings from tribal chanting into the first city/state civilizations such as Sumer and Egypt. Compared with other arts— sculpture, painting, poetry—music has a special character. Music directly penetrates the inner soul and causes an impacting impression, positive or negative. During the 1960s, the Occult slowly pursued its influence through Rock and Roll music, and today thrives by using an outward spectacle of occult and satanic rituals and symbolism. The music industry is an important indoctrination tool for the Secret Government (illuminati), and many musicians are introduced to Satanism and Occultism; today the most popular musicians, such as Lady Gaga, are controlled by the occult. The music industry and Hollywood are fixated in Black Magic and Witchcraft. Music has always been associated with the Occult and used as a tool for programming.
Music, The Definition: Origin Middle English, from Old French musique, via Latin from Greek mousikē (tekhnē) ‘ART OF THE MUSES,’ from mousa ‘muse.
It is important to note that the word “Museum” comes from the phrase “House of the Muses”.
Satanism and The Occult gain energy through humans who are manipulated into trances. These short to long trances provide the Lower Entities to extract needed energy. Music throughout the twentieth century has progressed from innocent to good, and progression from bad too outright vile. Strangely, around the world people are listening to emotionally numbing and trance inducing negative music. Induced trances allow suggestive thought complexes that derive from the songs that mention immorality, rebellion, death, incest, madness, anti-social themes, and infatuation presented as love.
Every new style of music has been greeted with suspicion by some. The Greek philosopher Plato wrote, “A change to a new type of music is something to beware of as a hazard to all of our fortunes. For the modes of music are never disturbed without upsetting of the most fundamental political and social conventions”
History of Rock and Roll:
Rock and roll’s origins can be found in the tribal music of Africa. This music was originally part of the ritual worship of the assorted tribal gods. Among the slaves who were brought into the New World, the old ritual tribal music quickly changed into more acceptable forms like church music and the blues, as the act of worshiping pagan gods was usually viewed with disfavor by the ruling whites. These new types of music, combined and further altered by the influence of Voodoo ceremonial music and popular white music.
Rock and roll emerged as a defined musical style in the United States in the early to mid 1950s. It derived most directly from the rhythm and blues music of the 1940s, which itself developed from earlier blues, boogie woogie, jazz and swing music, and was also influenced by gospel, country and western, and traditional folk music. Rock and roll in turn provided the main basis for the music that, since the mid 1960s, has been generally known as rock music. In 1951, Cleveland, Ohio, disc jockey Alan Freed began playing this music style while popularizing the term “rock and roll” to describe it. Bill Haley’s “Rock Around the Clock”, recorded in April 1954 but not a commercial success until the following year, is generally recognised as an important milestone. The first number one rock and roll record on the US pop charts. It stayed in the Top 100 for a then-record 38 weeks. Three months later in July of 1954, Elvis Presley recored “Thats All Right Mama”.
Please Note: It is important to identify positive music and what music is harmful and negative. Most early music calibrates in consciousness as positive. Positive music and dancing that enhance our freedom of expression creates high levels of confidence and a healthy self-esteem.
From the very start of its popularity, rock and roll was accused of being the devil’s music by the common conservative church member. It would have been far more accurate to have labelled it Damballah Ouedo’s music instead, for now, the worship of this Voodoo god had a far greater impact on rock and roll than the worship of the devil. Throughout the fifties and into the early sixties, the occult influence on rock and roll waned as rock and roll itself became more mainstream. Rock and roll were still young, and during this period it established a firmer foothold.
Music has a very strong, very definite physiological and psychological effect on people. Disharmonic music causes a number of negative behaviors, although those affected are often “the last to realize it”
The sixties were a period of great unrest in the United States. Youth culture sought a different way of life, and found marijuana, and newly developed drugs like lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). These drugs were not fully understood, and it was commonly believed that they could expand the human conscious and provide their users with mystical experiences that could increase their understanding. Many earliest experimenters with LSD (most notably Timothy Leary) considered the drug to be a gift to humanity– from what is uncertain. Despite its source, LSD had a major effect on rock music. The sound and content of songs changed noticeably as the creative force behind rock music became charged with the force of the supposed mystical images generated by the hallucinogenics, giving birth to psychedelic rock music.
When the underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger convinced Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones to write the song “Sympathy for the Devil,” Satanism had its first marked effect on rock music. Clearly to many observers, Occult Satanism began to reveal its controlling influence through The “Piper” in Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven and, Hotel California of the Eagles which is popular worldwide. Rock Music gave the occult a dominant force and “socially accepted” by mass amount of listeners. Today, the occult plays out its satanic rituals through their favorite musicians and award ceremonies in front of millions of deluded humans.
Rhythm and tempo, used harmonically, are sympathetic to the body—The tempo should usually correspond to the normal human heart rate range of approximately sixty to 120 beats per minute
A number of artists have spoken literally about handing over their souls (their conscience or spiritually ‘good’ personalities) to the machinations of the occult. Many well known rock artists are studied in the occult and are aware that spiritual entities and multidimensional ‘demons’ can manifest themself through music of a lower vibrational nautre. They have admitted that they use rock music and the rythms, the lower gutteral tones, and the insidious lyrics to LOWER the vibration of concerts, listeners, etc. They have admitted countless times (Jim Morrison being the most well known) that they are possessed by the music and have little control over where these vibrations lead them. This is typical of almost any satanic ‘ritual’ or practice – the lowering of consciousness and allowing lower vibrational entities to control a person. These practices often go completely out of control, and if anyone remembers the last woodstock, it was well known to the people there that a bad energy had manifested itself throughout the crowd following hours of extremely heavy, depressive and violent songs.
The Open Occult in Music, Early 1970s:
I’ve now been sued by about 25 people who claim their kids committed suicide from listening to my music.” -Ozzy Osbourne (Source -interview, Ozzy Meets Marilyn Manson, 1997)
1972 was the same year that the low-low budget cult movie Blood Sabbath was released. It was also a full three years after the members of the Birmingham based heavy blues band Earth (lead vocalist: Ozzy Osbourne) decided to change their name to Black Sabbath. 1969 marked the beginning of the career of Ozzy Osbourne. Osbourne formed the band Black Sabbath and released the album “We Sold Our Soul For Rock & Roll.” The next fifteen years would witness a procession of young drugged-out rock performers, like Osbourne, each competing for the “big money” and the recording contracts. The key criteria of those who would “make it” was their ability to portray occult symbolism and play out occult rituals.
In 1985, New Solidarity newspaper, which has since been forcibly shut down by the federal government, conducted an interview with Hezekiah Ben Aaron, then the third-ranking member of the Church of Satan. Ben Aaron is now a devout Christian. In the interview, Aaron revealed that it was his Church that started such “heavy-metal” rock groups as Black Sabbath, The Blue Oyster Cult, The Who, Ozzy Osbourne, and many others. The Church of Satan was then led by its high priest, Anton LaVey. Many report, however, that LaVey, a former circus lion tamer, was just a front man for the real high priest, Kenneth Anger, the man who earlier recruited the Rolling Stones to the occult.” —Donald Phau
The Harmful Effect of Live Concerts
The human brain “thinks” as cycles of brainwaves, at approximately 8 “thoughts” per second. The eyes “see” 20 to 30 separate actions per second, but the brain only uses the “best” eight to send to the conscious mind. The subconscious gets the rest, subliminally and wholesale.
Most live music shows incorporate video screens with their music at 30 frames per second on standard American television resolution. They color 8 of the 30 “movie” frames differently, THEY choose which ones you think about, and which are just “absorbed” as PROGRAMMING. Hollywood has used this trick ever since Disney “invented: it ; it’s now illegal in television commercials).
The human brain “thinks” as cycles of brainwaves, at approximately 8 “thoughts” per second
When bass tones or bass drums or lights (or all, in a concert) use this 8-per-second speed (which they do all three in most live shows) it does the same thing to the brain that hypnosis does—break up analytical thoughts so that certain mispronounced (“hard to understand”) lyrics go right to the subconscious. Add illegal drugs and real or fake sacrificial blood in the “mosh” pit, make a circle with a pentagram onstage using the stage lights and positions of the musicians within it, place your big speakers for 13 separate points of origin of musical sound, and you have a full-on BLACK MASS, complete with sacred geometry.
The musical tones (chords) used along with those lyrics are dissonant in modern music, making certain automatic emotions happen in the mind that attaches to the lyric message. This can cause emotional stress in a person, which is “resolved” in a song’s ending, with a “happy” message as the resolution of the song. Hollywood uses this method in movies. This is how PROGRAMMING WORKS in most mind control victims. Most modern music induces trance like states.
Modern Day Occult Symbolism in the Music Industry Featuring Lady Gaga:
Pop Culture directly portrays Occult and Mason symbolism. Andy Warhol was an icon artist of the 1960’s. Perhaps he was the originator of what is now referred to as pop culture. In the 21st century his influence is still being strongly felt by modern youth especially in the world of fashion. By using the word fashion, it is used in a sense were it covers everything which is not only worn by teens, but anything from backpacks, music, to teenage hair styles, anything associated with pop culture.
The Influence of such people as Andy Warhol and many other during the 1960s lead to outright displays of Occult Symbolism through rock and pop music artists.
The symbolism surrounding Lady Gaga is completely blatant. Illuminati symbolism is becoming so clear that analyses becomes a simple exercise of the obvious. Her whole persona (whether its an act or not) is a tribute to mind control, freemasonry, and the occult where being vacuous, incoherent and absent minded becomes a fashionable thing.
Lady Gaga incorporates in her videos, photos and shows symbolism that refers to the Illuminati and mind control. Her symbolism is deep, esoteric and even spiritual, yet she makes song like “Just Dance” which is about being totally numb. While masses of young people imitate Gaga’s gestures, her act is part of a bigger system that incorporates many other stars with the same symbolism. She is creative and a gifted song writer. But at the end of the day, the “Lady Gaga” persona is a Fame Monster, doing everything required to be an international superstar, including incorporating in her act the symbolism of the elite, making her an Illuminati puppet.
Other Popular Female Illuminati Occult Puppets
- Taylor Swift
- Britney Spears
Award ceremonies like the VMA and Grammys define and crystallize the pop culture of an era. They consecrate the chosen artists while leaving the others dwelling in the shadows of anonymity. The shows are heavily penetrated with occult symbolism, and primarily focusing on the “initiation” aspect.
Here is Satanic High Priest and son-inlaw of Anton LaVey, Nikolas Schreck, explaining the plot to subvert humanity using pop culture. Pop Culture is nothing less than brainwashing and an assault on your soul!
Music speaks intimately to the heart, and so widely, and a powerful influence, even in early childhood. Music can become embedded into the subconscious—have you ever woke up with a song in your head, but didn’t listen to that song lately?
The Bottom Line—Choose Wisely