The devil no longer hides, he shapes each generation through songs and music videos
At 16 years old, Billie Eilish had 20 million Instagram followers in 2018. To date, her social media followers are nearly 200 million. Billie’s depressing songs ‘Bury a Friend,’ ‘You should see me in a crown,’ and ‘Bellyache’ laced with suicide and dark imagery.
In 2020, her videos had a combined view of more than one billion. Two years after, it had about 10 Billion views in 2022. In short, Billie has a powerful influence on young people. In 2021, newcomer Carolesdaughter’s video beat Billy Eilish on demonic stereotype.
How Satan infiltrated the music genre through the decades
1. First, it was “the Age of Aquarius” in the 1960’s
The ‘Age of Aquarius‘ refers to increased harmony in the world. While the song was incidental, the era was known as the “hippie age.” Hippie is a word introduced by journalist Michael Fallen to describe “Beatniks” moving to Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco.
Woodstock festival of music
In 1967, the “Summer of Love” was a social phenomenon that brought together about 100,000 young people in hippie fashion in San Francisco. It was dubbed the “season of great music and love. They welcomed anyone and shared food, cash, and partners.
Drugs and nudity allover
Woodstock music festival in 1969 embodied the hippie generation. “Drugs were all over the place, young slept around, and there was nudity,” reported Ranker.
Religious morals became outdated
In hindsight, this age was about hedonism under the guise of mandated “Free Love.” It was also in the roaring 60s when prayers were banned in public schools. With it dawned a new era in America where religious and conservative values would eventually be the counterculture.
Bizarre esoteric music
“From the late 1960s to the mid-70s, occult and witchcraft records became an unlikely phenomenon in the UK and USA. These spoken-word LPs included narrations of rituals and spells by witches and covens, usually accompanied by bizarre, early electronic esoteric music.” [Dazed]
2. The 1970s was the beggining of party drugs
The 1970s was the height of heavy metal rock. It was characterized by aggressive vocals, noise, and black arts. Towards the 80s, Black Sabbath, Motley Crue, and KISS embodied this kind of music.
70’s rock music was about getting stoned
This kind of music genre swept aside sensible music. They used devilish art as merchandise fueled by alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, and quaaludes. According to Rolling Stones, the 70’s rock music was about getting stoned.
Alice Cooper is the godfather of “shock rock,” whose ghoulish performance best describes heavy metal music. Like Katy Perry, Cooper’s father was a pastor. In 1996, Alice said in an interview that he became a Christian after decades of struggles.
3. Then came selling sex in the 1980’s and 1990’s
In the 1980’s we had Madonna’s iconic ‘aerobic songs.’ She incorporated ‘sex on stage’ with cultic and Satanic allusions described in Stacey Dames’ book. She often used the cross in a priestly manner but scorned what it stood for.
Degrading values and glorifying fornication
In 1992, Madonna released the photobook “Madonna S.E.X.,” illustrating fetishes and masturbation. In Maddona’s Truth or Dare docufilm, she encouraged the male dancers to be out and proud of their gay identity, uncommon during that time.
Nirvana was the coolest rock band despite songs like “Rape Me.” Together with pop icons Cindy Lauper and Britney Spears in the 1990s, they empowered liberal women but displaced the culture of domesticity.
4. A new sexual norm for the Millennials and Gen X
Popsugar lists the most iconic “sex songs” in the 2000s. Britney Spears, Toni B., Christina Aguilera, Aaliyah, Usher, and Eminem were on the mainstream. Normalizing sin explodes with Cardi B’s WAP song in 2020.
The near-perfect combination of TV’s ‘Sex in the City‘ ensured that millennial toddlers were perfectly groomed for a new (sinful) sexual norm. The series promoted fornication on TV from 1988 to 2004. It was rebooted in 2021.
What research data say
- There was an increase of 9% in teen pregnancy from 1985 to 1990. Data from 1982 to 2002 shows almost all Americans have had sex before marrying and would prefer cohabitation over marriage.
- In the same year, half of U.S. Christians say casual sex between consenting adults is sometimes or always acceptable, according to another survey.
- Pew reports indicate more American now say women raising children on their own and cohabitation is bad for society. There is always hope, God’s children will be safe.
normalizing sin explodes with Cardi B’s WAP song
5. Fifty years later, Satan is out in the open
Five decades after the age of Aquarius, the likes of Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Ellie Goulding, and Miley Cyrus became wildly popular after they normalized sexuality in their music. With it came more elements of witchcraft as it was in the 60s and ’70s.
Beyoncé accused of extreme witchcraft
Minaj’s “devil inspired” dress
MTV names Nicki Minaj’s red dress for the 2018 MET Gala as one of the most iconic looks of all time. 🩸 pic.twitter.com/cFR6jvrJWr— Stats Minaj (@STATSMlNAJ) May 5, 2020
Normalizing prostitution in 2020
Sex in Super Bowl Half Time with J. Lo and Shakira
In 2020, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s Half Time show met with scorn among conservatives. She gyrated and simulated masturbation on stage. J Lo also appears to mimic the crucifixion of Christ when she danced on a pole, associated with strippers.
Scriptures label Cardi B’s WAP song sorcery
The lyrics allegedly promoted prostitution, but equally disturbing was the music video. Like a slithering serpent and butt exposed—the Bible associates Cardi B’s behavior with the “children of sorcerers.” (Isaiah 57:4)
Cardi B pushes lesbian sex in 2021 in front of teen viewers
The worse is still to come in 2021. Cardi B and Megan performed what critics called “lesbian sex” on the 63rd Grammy. They had teenage audiences. FCC received a thousand complaints from concerned parents about the graphic porn-like performance.
In the same year, the phenomenon of the “transgender craze” is seducing teenage girls to an age of confusion, according to Abigail Shrier. Woke doctors label it gender dysphoria, but the truth is, the end result of the Gender Act in 2021 is about legitimizing immorality.
Madonna’s influence continues
Madonna is the progenitor of the kind of sexual imagery we see today in many MTVs. Her career is impressive. She influenced Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, and Katy Perry.
In 2020, singer Dua Lipa collaborated with Madonna (and Missy Elliot). The “New Rules” singer has been clear that Madonna has been a significant inspiration to her.
In 2021, Dua released the song “We’re Good.” Part of the music lyrics normalized sin. “We’re not meant to be like sleeping and cocaine…, let’s go our separate ways.” Dua’s lyrics also combine drugs and sex—the central theme of Satan since the roaring 1960s.
Dua’s lyrics combine drugs and sex—the central theme of Satan since the 60s.