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The Illuminati in Modern Music
02-04-2014, 05:08 AM
Post: #76
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
It wasn't long after this particular VMA ritual/ceremony(2003) that Britany Spears went to have her head shaved while shouting "I'm tired of people touching me!".

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02-04-2014, 05:13 AM
Post: #77
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
(02-04-2014 05:03 AM)THE_DEAN Wrote:  
(08-29-2013 12:20 AM)Redneck Wrote:  Nothing crazy about those eyes, nothing at all.


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The Most Worshipful Master In The East(Duncan's Ritual & Monitor of Freemasonry)

Quote:The Worshipful Master sits in the East of the lodge room, chairs all of the business of his lodge, and is vested with considerable powers without further reference to the members. He also presides over ritual and ceremonies.

passing of the torch from madonna to britney?

but alas.. it was not to be.

the new madonna is lady gaga. and even then here fame has subsided quite rapidly.

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02-04-2014, 08:37 PM
Post: #78
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
(02-04-2014 05:03 AM)THE_DEAN Wrote:  
(08-29-2013 12:20 AM)Redneck Wrote:  Nothing crazy about those eyes, nothing at all.


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Quote:The Worshipful Master sits in the East of the lodge room, chairs all of the business of his lodge, and is vested with considerable powers without further reference to the members. He also presides over ritual and ceremonies.


I give you, Marlene Dietrich, circa 1930

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This imagery is generally associated with the Devil, and in Voodoo, it is the Devil's right hand man. In Voodoo they say he dresses like a corpse at a Funeral.


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02-04-2014, 08:46 PM
Post: #79
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
The symbolism is everywhere in modern culture.

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02-04-2014, 08:54 PM
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Quote:Baron Samedi spends most of his time in the invisible realm of vodou spirits. He is notorious for his outrageous behavior, swearing continuously and making filthy jokes to the other spirits. He is married to another powerful spirit known as Maman Brigitte, but often chases after mortal women. He loves smoking and drinking and is rarely seen without a cigar in his mouth or a glass of rum in his bony fingers. Baron Samedi can usually be found at the crossroad between the worlds of the living and the dead. When someone dies, he digs their grave and greets their soul after they have been buried, leading them to the underworld.
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02-20-2014, 08:46 PM
Post: #81
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(02-04-2014 08:54 PM)Gimp Wrote:  
Quote:Baron Samedi spends most of his time in the invisible realm of vodou spirits. He is notorious for his outrageous behavior, swearing continuously and making filthy jokes to the other spirits. He is married to another powerful spirit known as Maman Brigitte, but often chases after mortal women. He loves smoking and drinking and is rarely seen without a cigar in his mouth or a glass of rum in his bony fingers. Baron Samedi can usually be found at the crossroad between the worlds of the living and the dead. When someone dies, he digs their grave and greets their soul after they have been buried, leading them to the underworld.

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02-21-2014, 02:53 AM (This post was last modified: 02-27-2014 05:24 AM by Daglord.)
Post: #82
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
(08-10-2013 02:51 AM)sea_monkey Wrote:  Probably the best quote in that video was: "By dividing the people we can get them to expend their energies on questions that have no importance to us." -- JP Morgan.

Out of 9/11, the central banks and financial system, the wars of the 20th century, the various social engineering agendas, and this ... I'm pretty sure they'd probably want people to expend their energies looking for triangles in music videos.

i like this^ guy Smile

where you @ sea monkey??

(08-10-2013 04:16 AM)sea_monkey Wrote:  I agree it's potent. YOU guys seem pretty obsessed with it. Big Grin

You were an atheist before, AFAIK. Now you're a full-on occultist. How do you know watching this stuff for "research" isn't affecting you?

Just tell people to turn that shit off and read a book instead. It's not like it's good music anyway.

If the central bankers and Viacom execs were in Guatanamo, they wouldn't be able to make that crap.
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06-30-2016, 02:52 AM
Post: #83
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
We have way too many Guns 'N Roses threads going on (sorry about that), so I wanted to move this conversation me and EY were having to where it belongs.

I think most of us can agree that music have been dumbed-down, and there is no authenticity left. Like EY said, social-media is to blame for a lot of this.

Though I've never been a huge fan of the band, remarkably Sum 41 addresses this very issue in their new video which dropped yesterday.

The video is about social-media, downtown LA is being attacked by vapid celebrities & memes coming to life while the lead singers pleads: "You've got to take me away, cause I wanna feel (wanna feel) something that's real..."




Quote:Lyrics:

all bets are off but you still think that you've gotta a right well
you're lucky days are numbered now
(and your to blame)
you built a castle of sand.
shaking the devil's hand well
at least i've still got my soul to sell.

you've got to take me away
cause i wanna feel (wanna feel)
something that's real (thing that’s real)

help me escape cause i wanna be
(I’ll take my last breath)
left to be free
i just wanna fake my own death

you played your part of the whore
you got some kinda nerve or
have you forgot i don't forget
(and your too late)
you walk beside the dead where
the angels never tread well
at least i've still got a soul to sell.

you've got to take me away
cause i wanna feel (wanna feel)
something that's real (thing that’s real)

help me escape cause i wanna be
(I’ll take my last breath)
left to be free
i just wanna fake my own death

there's nowhere to run
from hell and above
i swear to a god that someday
there will be blood.

it all comes down in the end in spite of me you do it all again.
it all comes down in the end in spite of you I’ll do it all again.

you've got to take me away
cause i wanna feel (wanna feel)
something that's real (thing that’s real)

help me escape cause i wanna be
(I’ll take my last breath)
left to be free
i just wanna fake my own death

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06-30-2016, 03:43 AM
Post: #84
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
^^ Not bad. Of the post-grunge pop-punk bands, I always thought Sum 41 was decent, at least way better than Blink 182. At least they have the chops to play Metallica. I doubt many current acts could play something that intricate and pull it off.



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06-30-2016, 04:49 AM
Post: #85
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^^Great cover. Sum 41 was one of those bands I must have overlooked, probably since the late 90's early 00's was such a horrible era in music. This was around the time I gave up on rock/pop music and started listening to alt-country (Whiskeytown, Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, etc.) & old school outlaw country.

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06-30-2016, 06:29 AM
Post: #86
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i think it's very ironic how you could find so many authentic artists in the big label era compared to today where everyone has a chance with social media.

the new currency in music isn't record sales, it's attention. it's how many followers you have and how many view counts you get. this necessitates attention whoring and being in contact with your fans all the time.

the problem is what made stars so special back in the day was the DISTANCE and BARRIER between the artist and the fan. they were untouchable and that added to their allure. now you can talk crap to KANYE on twitter and he might even respond to you. it's pathetic.

one thing I liked about GNR's UYI was that they synthesized various styles, but you couldn't tell it was a hodge podge of diff. genres. they had blues, gospel, rock, ballad, heavy metal.. but it synthesized into a coherent whole into something original. it wasn't fusion.
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06-30-2016, 01:43 PM
Post: #87
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Recording companies had EXPERTS that signed artists. They Knew what worked. They were professionals back then.

Now, some dopey kid thinks he's a hit because he's making his own music. Not everyone is special.

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07-01-2016, 12:20 PM
Post: #88
RE: The Illuminati in Modern Music
(06-30-2016 04:49 AM)jho Wrote:  ^^Great cover. Sum 41 was one of those bands I must have overlooked, probably since the late 90's early 00's was such a horrible era in music. This was around the time I gave up on rock/pop music and started listening to alt-country (Whiskeytown, Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, etc.) & old school outlaw country.




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07-01-2016, 01:01 PM
Post: #89
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(06-30-2016 01:43 PM)Billygoat Wrote:  Recording companies had EXPERTS that signed artists. They Knew what worked. They were professionals back then.

Now, some dopey kid thinks he's a hit because he's making his own music. Not everyone is special.

take it from frank zappa:





he was talking about the 60's and 70's.. but it still applies to the 90's

it's just gotten progressively worse. they don't take risks because they are too concerned with metrics and chart placement

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