The devil no longer hides, he shapes each generation through songs and music videos.
In 2018, 16 years old, Billie Eilish had 20 Million Instagram followers. Her depressing songs ‘Bury a Friend’ and ‘You should see me in a crown,’ have a combined view of 500 Million in YouTube. ‘Bellyache’ (with a disturbing line, “I wear my noose”) has more than 200 Million views in 2019. These are just a few of her songs laced with depression and suicide.
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First it was drugs in the 70’s
This “dark imagery” began in the 1970s and 80s with Black Sabbath, Motley Crue, KISS, and the likes of Alice Cooper (who later became a Christian). They used devilish art as merchandise. “Acid Rock” swept aside sensible music and all genres were fueled by everything from alcohol and marijuana to cocaine and quaaludes. The 70’s rock music was about getting stoned and ripped. (Rolling Stones)
Selling sex in the 80’s and 90’s
In the 1980’s we had Madonna’s iconic aerobic songs. Her music videos made sex look cool. Like new artists today, she utilized the cross symbol to scorn the kind of conservative moral it’s known for. She also had Illuminati and pagan elements in her concerts. Madonna’s career of selling sex harms how women are forever looked at expressed Sheryl Crow in this interview at AXS.
In 1992, she released the book “Madonna SEX” that featured sex and masturbation. In her Truth or Dare docufilm, she encouraged her gay dancers to be proud of their homosexual identity. Although her intention was to free people from pretentions, it also unleashed lewd behavior. Despite all these controversies, Madonna’s popularity remains rock solid.
Rise in teen pregancy
In the 1990’s Nirvana was the coolest band despite having songs like “Rape me.” Towards 2000, “sex songs” by Britney Spears, Toni Braxton, Christina Aguilera, Eminem, and others were on the mainstream. Coupled with TV series like ‘Sex in the City,’ permissive sex became a norm data shows. There was a 9% rise in teen pregnancy from 1985 to 1990. Data from 1982–2002 shows that almost all Americans have sex before marrying.
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Fifty years later, Satan out in the open
Five decades since the 1970’s transformed music, the likes of Kathy Perry, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, and Miley Cyrus became wildly popular when they included witchcraft and sexuality in their brand. Beyonce in her music videos leads this trend with her elegant show of sexiness and black arts. In 2018, she was accused by her drummer of witchery and the dark magic.
Satanic elements on public display
Incidentally, Illinois state office displayed a gift from the Satanic Temple in 2018, alongside the Christmas tree, citing diversity. In the same year, Baphomet (statue of Satan), was unveiled at the Arkansas Capitol building. In addition, magic spells are for sale on Amazon; the first “Christian Witches’ convention will happen in Salem April 2019, and witchcraft rises among millennials.
Music shapes each generation
The likes of Madonna have greatly influenced today’s brand of music. Consequently, Billie outdid them all by endorsing demonic elements in her music at 16 years old. Satan no longer hides and kids think its cool. Surely, “end times” is near.