Moomers, Zoomers loving Ellie Goulding’s music videos that seems to be inspired by demonic symbols
Ellie Goulding’s ‘Sixteen’ or ‘Love me as you do’ are songs that insinuate, if not encourage, sex, drinking, and loose morals. Equally disturbing is her music videos that promote a new trend, Satanism, similar to the music style of Billie Eilish and Carolesdaughters’ Thea Taylor.
In the ‘Anything could happen‘ video, Illuminati objects like the triangle and orb take center stage. In ‘Burn,’ Ellie’s message seems uplifting but celebrates the apocalyptic EOD (end of days) with the “light” of Lucifer and the 666 symbols.
Goulding’s videos use demonic symbols like the ‘skull & bones, serpents, Horis, and an upsidedown cross. Ellie herself admitted in a Billboard interview, “I kind of get possessed by the devil when I’m performing.”
I kind of get possessed by the devil when I’m performing
Gen-Z and Millenials ‘demonic brand’ of music
Satan’s strategy is to desensitize each generation and eventually make them numb to devilish stuff – and it’s working. “Boomers” would call her music videos bizarre, but with more than a billion views on Youtube, it’s a remarkable artistic expression for “Zoomers” and “Moomers.”
Ellie Goulding and other music celebrities like her also champion the feminist and LGBTQ “moralist cause,” among different “anti-Biblical” morals. In the end, it’s a battle between demonic “liberal thinking” and conservative “godly values.”