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. To date, it has more than doubled. Her depressing songs Bury a Friend, You should see me in a crown, and Bellyache laced with either suicide or dark demonic undertones.
By 2020, her videos have a combined view of more than a billion and counting. It means she has a powerful influence on young people. But in 2021, newcomer Carolesdaughter’s video beat Eilish in the demonic stereotype.
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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.
They used devilish art as merchandise. “Acid Rock” swept aside sensible music and all genres fueled by alcohol, marijuana to cocaine, and quaaludes. The 70’s rock music was about getting stoned, according to Rolling Stones.
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Selling sex in the 80’s and 90’s
In the 1980’s we had Madonna’s iconic aerobic songs. She incorporated ‘sex on stage,’ filled with cultic and Satanic allusions described in Stacey Dames‘ book. She often used the cross in a priestly manner and scorn what it stands for.
New sexual norm towards the millenial
Coupled with TV series like ‘Sex in the City,’ millennial babies groomed for a new sexual norm.
GEN-Z are groomed for a new sexual norm.
Fifty years later, Satan out in the open
Five decades since the 1970’s transformed music, the likes of Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Ellie Goulding, and Miley Cyrus became wildly popular when they incorporated sexuality and what appears to be witchcraft in their brand.
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Minaj’s devil’s 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
Sex in Super Bowl Half Time with J. Lo and Shakira
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 song allegedly promoted prostitution, but more disturbing was the cover. 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 teens
It gets worse 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.
Madonna’s influence continues
Madonna is the progenitor of the kind of music imagery we see today. Her career is amazing. She influenced artists like 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.” The lyrics make sinfulness sound cool. “We’re not meant to be like sleeping and cocaine…, let’s go our separate ways.” was part of the lyrics.
The Bible associates Cardi B’s behavior with the children of sorcerers.
Satanists, as well, no longer hide
Incidentally, the Illinois state office displayed a gift from the Satanic Temple (TST) in 2018, alongside the Christmas tree, citing diversity. In the same year, Baphomet (statue of Satan) unveiled near the Arkansas Capitol building.
After same-sex marriage was legalized in 2015, TST marched and prayed on several State Capitol steps. They no longer hide.
There’s more; “Magic spells” for sale on Amazon, Etsy
It’s easy to be a witch these days and you don’t have to “burn at the stake” for it. Magic spell kits are now for sale online.
In fact, witches worldwide (who claim to be Christians) gathered for their first “Christian Witches convention” in Salem last April 2019. Witchcraft rises among millennials. Indeed, “end times” are at bay.