Saturday, August 27, 2011

Music Videos as a Cover for Magick Rituals

Ever since my search for lost scientific meanings behind ancient symbolism (from all sides) I was led to this site: It focuses on decoding today's pop cultural symbols to reveal an astonishing reality.

Many music records, such as Columbian Records, appear to be apart of a secret society that uses black magick to gain success, fame and fortune by sacrificing the entertainer's soul (yes). Studying symbolism has also taught me about balance... the universe is built asymmetrically and there cannot be one side to something. Good and Evil do not exist, it depends on how YOU intentionally use it. Good and Evil are the EFFECT and not the cause, the cause is you and how your actions create the EFFECT.

You are the CAUSER to the EFFECT which can be Good or Evil.

Whatever APPEARS to be of Good intention (no matter how your gut feels that its Good intention) it may in fact be BAD.

Its said that symbolism is the first veil. The initiate or student of mysteries begins his path with this most important tool. With an understanding of this symbolism the old wisdom is revealed. - Magical Egypt - The Invisible Science.

Symbolism is the language of Magic - Egyptian Mystery Schools.

A majority of the celebrities today focus on giving to charity, doing volunteer work, giving back to the public, etc. Have you ever thought that all of this is just for show? They -are- entertainers after all...

So of all places where would the BEST place to hide a secret dark magick ritual?

Out in the public in form of entertainment.

By including the necessary symbols from the ritual handbooks into the music video, I'm sure it'll be the same thing. What religious ritual has NOT included music?

By putting it into entertainment and the public isn't educated in the real meaning of the symbols, as said by Adam Weishaupt,
"...the public is accustomed to it, expects little from it, and therefore takes little notice of it. "

A perfect formula for the public. The logical thinking that came from the so-called "Enlightenment" era was created as a cover; Dorinda Outram, a historian, provides an intellectual definition of the Enlightenment,
Enlightenment was a desire for human affairs to be guided by rationality rather than by faith, superstition, or revelation; a belief in the power of human reason to change society and liberate the individual from the restraints of custom or arbitrary authority; all backed up by a world view increasingly validated by science rather than by religion or tradition.

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