The Unholy Subversion of the Music Industry
How musical masons wrote the soundtrack to modern Babylon
Since every single boomercon and their grandma has voiced their outrage over what’s now being called the “Satanic Grammys”, I was reluctant to write about it at first. After an initial viewing, I didn’t really notice anything esoteric to point out during Sam Smith’s performance as it didn’t adhere to the typical occult formula of hiding symbols in plain sight. This was certainly in plain sight, but not at all hidden, which is actually what stood out to me most. I had also recently seen a post about how The Weeknd does similar blatantly Satanic rituals during his performance and even flashes the name of Satan on the big screen.
While there are pop performers who are actual occultists; I suspect many are just useful idiots, industry slaves who are dressed up, handed music and choreography, forced to do their song and dance, and MK Ultra’d into compliance by their occultist handlers through drugs and sex. We know this to be the case more definitively from the recent exposé on celebrity fitness trainer Harley Pasternak who was the handler of Ye West, Mac Miller, Brittany Murphy and Lady Gaga among others. But is there something even more nefarious at play here? Why are these entertainment industry controllers so aggressively anti-Christian?
The reason for these types of performances mocking Christianity and mimicking Satanic rituals is itself part of a larger ritual that goes back almost 100 years. This greater Masonic song and dance ritual isn’t only the work of the pop artists themselves, but one crafted by their owners. In its most recent iteration, a mockingly explicit display of homosexuality has coincided with overtly Satanic themes. For example, the 2021 music video “Montero”, a song written by the same Israeli producer who wrote Sam Smith’s “Unholy”, featured rapper Lil Nas X as a literal gay demon descending into hell on a stripper pole then giving Satan a lap dance. It resulted in national outrage by Christians, which was later ridiculed in his live performance at the 2022 Grammy’s.