Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Update to Occult Symbolism in the Music Industry
Ok, I will admit this Lil Kim song never fails to make me start laughing! :D Originally, this post mentioned the materialism on display here and it occurred to me that this comment could use some clarification, otherwise assumptions of a socially conservative perspective will surely ensue. What I took issue with was materialism coming at the expense of others, not sex outside of marriage or anything so quaint, even though there are practical reasons behind why the "traditional values" crowd interprets these two things as inseparable. That's a bit much to get into here, but if the subject interests you then please refer to the comments section of the Animal Sofa post for a slightly more in depth look, otherwise this entire post will be derailed by a discussion about the anthropological record.
Briefly, many critics of occultism in the media have pointed out how the promotion of promiscuity through the music industry has destroyed families and entire communities. But I think it is also important to look at the other side of the situation which is that promoting polarized ideological extremes also creates a market for the repressive fundamentalist demographic while stratifying society into privileged, well-behaved upper classes and the expendable underclass which is generally much more likely to have chaotic, unstable personal lives, partly due to economic pressures. This stratification is useful because the assumption of immorality, and the "inevitable" consequences that follow, also provides justification for grossly disproportionate distribution of resources in order to assuage the guilt of the wealthy. Just look at any history of eugenics and you will see that "sexual immorality" was one of the prime reasons why the ruling classes literally moved to have the lower classes exterminated. Of course, when you look closely at the behavior of those at the top of the social hierarchy, the falsity of these distinctions falls away since extreme wealth provides access to anonymity and secrecy in all manner of personal scandals.
So it should be no surprise that, given the vast sums of money to be made off of the gullible public, both through supposedly "hypersexualized" music fans and the fire and brimstone right, elite families such as the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds have amassed their private fortunes through investing in religious institutions and sensationalistic, occult-saturated media enterprises alike. Notable quotes in the above Lil Kim song include "...I'm with the Rockefeller crew....my niggaz bring the riots.." as well as the typical references to mafia involvement. The Rockefellers are listed by occult researcher Fritz Springmeier as one of the 13 bloodlines of the Illuminati, the families who have interbred amongst one another in order to consolidate control of the world's resources. References to rioting suggest the numerous stories that have circulated regarding how the FBI and LAPD actually paid young people to loot stores during the Rodney King riots, as a pretext for sending in the National Guard and establishing martial law. I'm not implying that Lil' Kim is involved in this, but the issue of masonic infiltration into hip hop has become so big that Jay-Z is now even going on the radio to deny his membership in the group.
This publicity indicates that the artists are being used to deliver very specific messages to the American public. One criticism of corporate hip hop culture that I will not argue with is the claim of misogyny, made most obvious by the fact that the majority of famous male rappers have bragged about beating women. Having spent most of my adult life bouncing around various ghettos throughout the U.S., I can honestly say that, based on what I've seen, this characterization is a crude, inaccurate exaggeration of the psychology of most men in ghetto neighborhoods, and there is really something quite sinister about this portrayal because it seems as if the music industry is promoting misogyny and indiscriminate violence as a cultural standard to be emulated. Glorification of violence, victimizing both women and men, falls in line with social engineering agendas of the world's elites, who want us all to be consumers, worried about money and competition instead of contributing to the betterment of our communities or finding solidarity in the ways that we are all being manipulated by criminal organizations like the Federal Reserve and the World Bank. Yet the hysterical condemnation of promiscuity by the anti-New World Order crowd has gone to ridiculous extremes and this religious scapegoating can also contribute to transforming entire communities into collections of alienated second class citizens.
As for Lil' Kim, I wish she would take better care of herself and stop getting all those plastic surgeries. But yeah, despite any complaints, her music is awesome and my neighbors are probably getting tired of it by now! Incidentally, after I initially wrote about her, I discovered that, according to the Kabbalah, we share the same guardian angel, Aniel. Potential problems for people born under the times designated as being under Aniel's jurisdiction include "emotional and material addictions" but potential qualities also encompass "spiritual autonomy" and liberation of negative forces. Interesting.