Rap Music's Blatant Satanism

August 6, 2012

363.jpeg(left.  Hip hoppers Three 6 Mafia)


Other themes in many popular rap songs are: Kidnapping people's children and holding them ransom, murdering people, bragging about their sexual conquests, breaking into people's homes and robbing them.



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by Ryan
(henrymakow.com)




Very few people actually listen to the lyrics in the music they enjoy.

Music companies don't even bother to hide the messages subliminally. People just aren't paying attention to the words, so it has the same effect. It has a nice beat and they listen to it.

Rap music is probably the worst influence of all judging by the lyrics.

If you look at the lyrics for popular rap groups like "Three 6 Mafia" or "Tech N9ne", the lyrics are openly Satanic.

Look at the names, "Three 6 (666) Mafia"... I mean, how much more obvious can it be with a name like that? Here are some examples from Three 6 Mafia's song, "Fuckin Wit Dis Click" :

"I'm on a cross Lucifer please cut me free (cut me free)
I'll draw your portrait if you pull these nails out my feet (nails out my feet)
My cross turns upside down"

"No Lord could stop us now
Cause the demons reborn again"

"Follow me into the trees
Watch me rob Adam
And watch me rape Eve"


These are just a few lyrics from one of their songs. Three 6 Mafia is only one example, and they are not some obscure underground rap group.

They are a mainstream Grammy-winning group. In interviews when they are asked about the meaning of the group's name, they say it is because the group started with three members, and then they added three more later, so "three six".

But this is not true, their original name was "Triple 6 Mafia", triple six = 666, and judging from their lyrics, I don't think it's much of a stretch to believe that they purposely named their group after Satan.

Their lyrics started out being overtly Satanic, but lately as they have become more mainstream. They have shifted the theme of their lyrics to sex, drug use, murder, and bragging about their wealth.

T9.jpegTECH N9NE

Another rapper, Tech N9ne, named after the Tech 9 machine pistol, is a very famous rapper.

He is known for his ability to rap backwards. He speaks gibberish sometimes but audio software reveals the secret messages.

Here is the chorus of Demons, "There's a demon inside of me, can I kill it? Hell no! Can I kill it? Hell no! Can I kill it? Hell no!"

Reverse the song and you can hear another message, "Hell is coming, onward! Hell is coming, onward! Hell is going to keep us enemies my friend."

People say this is just a coincidence, but reversing his gibberish or lyrics always comes out sounding very dark and bizarre. He has one song called, "In the Trunk" where he raps about how he locked a girl into his car trunk and leaves her in there for two days with music blasting so nobody would here her yelling for help.

Other themes in many popular rap songs are: Kidnapping people's children and holding them ransom, murdering people, bragging about their sexual conquests, breaking into people's homes and robbing them.

And of course they are talk about their drug use in almost every song.

Songs like Lil Wyte's "Oxycotton" (rapping about taking OxyContin hydrocodone tablets), Juicy J's "Can't (say no to drugs)", there are far too many to mention here.

jc.jpegIn Juicy J's music video for "Geeked Up Off Them Bars" he plays video games with some hot girls, smokes weed, drinks codeine syrup, waves bottles of prescription Xanax and Hydrocodone in front of the camera and raps about crushing the pills and snorting them.

He also often brags about having 80 million dollars in his bank account and how he is never going to get married, because like he says in his song "I'm 100", "I'm a never get married, there's too much p*ssy, why not share it?"

The rappers make it very clear that they make enough money to live a non-stop party with as many drugs and beautiful women as they want, and they will shoot you if you make them mad. And they are the role models for this generation of young men. They would be our example of "Alpha Males" if you want to use that term.

The rapper "Too Short" raps about his sexual success with women in all of his songs. He mocks monogamous men in his song "I'm a Player", he says, "You've got one girlfriend and see her every night...look at your watch it says 6:22, run back to the house to say baby I love you".

He loves to make fun of guys who only have one girlfriend. In his song "Couldn't Be a Better Player" he says, "The fact still stands you've got one girlfriend, and I feel like the whole world's pimp." So the message is that a real man gets lots of women, and only a punk or loser gets stuck with one woman.

Is it a coincidence that if you boil it all down, modern rappers have the same basic message in all their songs?

When rap music was born in the 1980's it was about protesting inequality and giving the people in the ghetto a way to express themselves. It was an expression of street culture.

 But somewhere along the line it got hijacked by the record companies  who promote the groups they want to be successful, and now rap is all about getting rich at all costs, killing your enemies, living like a playboy, getting high, and devil worship.


The Illuminati watchword, "We corrupt in order to control," could not be more apparent.
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Ryan is a 24-year-old Vancouver man who recently wrote about the dating scene.







Comments for "Rap Music's Blatant Satanism "

Len said (August 9, 2012):

Michael Jackson admitted he sold his soul to the devil (and other artists)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_YF4fFUtGs&feature=fvwrel
(2 minutes)

Uploaded by AprilandWayneShow on Jan 16, 2012

Michael Jackson admitted his sold his soul to the devil. anything for money
(video by daughter)

I saw Michael Jackson Mohn Lennon, Selena in Hell: Testimony:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFtyxPrwwDA
--

Jackson a Satanist

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyi8edltas0&feature=watch_response


Artists Who Sold their Soul to the Devil Pt 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyi8edltas0&feature=watch_response



Derrick said (August 9, 2012):

There have been and continue to be many discussions on the current path of "Hip Hop" and "Rap" music. Growing up in Brooklyn during the 1970s gave me a "birds-eye" view of the birth of "Hip Hop" and "Rap" music. It seems the decline in the quality of "Hip Hop" and "Rap" music correlates with increased commercialization of said music. An interesting book to read is "The Hip Hop Wars: What We Talk About When We Talk About Hip Hop and Why It Matters: Author Tricia Rose" This book highlights the changes "Hip Hop" and "Rap" music have gone through.

There are many "Hip Hop" and "Rap" artists who have yielded "intelligent", "intricate", or "complex" lyrics without degrading themselves or women. As you may have guessed this style will not be played on the "commercial" radio as this style of music may be considered "Political" or "Conscious" and there will be not of that !!

So, yes there is a "Satanic" thread in much of the commercial "Hip Hop" and "Rap" music played on the radio however, there is an "underground" outlet where artistic music labeled "Hip Hop" and "Rap" can be heard which is refreshing and uplifting.



Steve said (August 7, 2012):

Jay-Z Pyramid and all-seeing eye. Kids are being brainwashed into thinking this is "hip".

http://i.imgur.com/QGDfU.jpg

Keep up the good work!


Carl said (August 6, 2012):

Your articles on Rock music are very accurate -- especially the current one by Ryan -- here's a quote by Keith Richards regarding the song "Sympathy for the Devil.":

Keith Richards (2002): "Sympathy is quite an uplifting song. It's just a matter of looking the Devil in the face. He's there all the time. I've had very close contact with Lucifer - I've met him several times. Evil - people tend to bury it and hope it sorts itself out and doesn't rear its ugly head. Sympathy for the Devil is just as appropriate now, with 9/11. There it is again, big time. When that song was written, it was a time of turmoil. It was the first sort of international chaos since World War II. And confusion is not the ally of peace and love. You want to think the world is perfect. Everybody gets sucked into that. And as America has found out to its dismay, you can't hide. You might as well accept the fact that evil is there and deal with it any way you can. Sympathy for the Devil is a song that says, Don't forget him. If you confront him, then he's out of a job."

Here's the lyrics of the song which pretty much sums up what "most" of your readers already know as the truth:

Sympathy For The Devil
Songwriters: Jagger, Mick; Richards, Keith;

Please allow me to introduce myself
I'm a man of wealth and taste
I've been around for a long, long year
Stole many a man's soul and fate

I was 'round when Jesus Christ
Had his moments of doubt and pain
Made damn sure that Pilate
Washed his hands and sealed his fate

Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name, oh yeah
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game

I stuck around St. Petersburg
When I saw it was a time for a change
Killed the Czar and his ministers
Anastasia screamed in vain

I rode a tank
Held a General's rank
When the Blitzkrieg raged
And the bodies stank

Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name, oh yeah
What's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, oh yeah

I watched the glee
While your kings and queens
Fought for ten decades
For the Gods they made

I shouted out
"Who killed the Kennedys?"
Well after all
It was you and me

Let me please introduce myself
I'm a man of wealth and taste
And I laid traps for troubadours
Who get killed before they reached Bombay

Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name, oh yeah
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, oh yeah

Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name, oh yeah
But what's confusing you
Is just the nature of my game, ooh yeah

Just as every cop is a criminal
And all the sinners saints
As heads is tails just call me Lucifer
I'm in need of some restraint

So if you meet me, have some courtesy
Have some sympathy and some taste
Use all your well learned politics
Or I'll lay your soul to waste, mmm yeah

Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name, mmm yeah
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, get down
Woo hoo, ah yeah, get on down, oh yeah

Tell me, baby, what's my name?
Tell me, honey, baby guess my name
Tell me, baby, what's my name?
I'll ya one time you're to blame

What's my name?
Tell me, baby, what's my name?
Tell me, sweetie, what's my name?

© ABKCO MUSIC INC;


Dan said (August 6, 2012):

Listen to Jay Z play dumb when asked about the blatant occult secret society references that saturate his lyrics and videos.
By the end of the radio interview he and the interviewer burst into laughter.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNwPuvhUyII

The recording industry, as part of enter-trainment, is the domain of an especially peculiar caste of Illuminati that are bull-queer sado-masochist mafioso Satanists. That was so long before rap, long before Motown and Soul, before Blues legend Robert Johnson sold his soul to Satan one night at a dirt crossroad between Ruleville and Cleveland, Mississippi in 1932.

Bluesmen that knew Johnson said he could hardly carry a tune when suddenly he played like a genius. In 1938 Johnson several witnesses watched Johnson out of his mind, crawling on hands and knees barking and growling like a dog before going into convulsions and dying in great pain. Johnson had enemies due to womanizing and it was rumored that a woman poisoned him, but the cause of death remains unknown.

He was 27. (look up "27 Club"). Johnson's music was a major influence on white rock musicians in the 60's, including Jimmy Page of Led Zepplin. Of course all roads lead to Hollywood, where Mississippi/Louisiana vodoo has merged with Crowlean Thelema - it's all Moloch worship anyway. There's nothing new under the sun.

Performers open themselves to demons. John Todd said the Illuminati didn't create the recording industry for the money; their sole interest was to get demonic spells into millions of peoples minds.


Terry said (August 6, 2012):

Great post Henry,as ever everything you post is on the nail.
Just thought I'd share a piece I read from the viewzone.com website re music executives & shareholders having a vested interst in the prison industrial complex.

Quite compelling & very relevant to this story.
http://www.viewzone.com/rap.html


Ben Lacoste said (August 6, 2012):

Henry, I found the articles about The Beatles and Rap very interesting and fascinating and true.


Check out this former model who was asked to be in a rap music video by Rick Ross and Jay Z. She was asked to take part in satanic type of rituals on the set of the video. As a Christian she refused to take part in this and since then has gotten out of the modeling world and went back to get her education. God Bless her.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKRZskHECr0


Also a rapper formerly named Synista now goes by the name of Mynista tells of his story of a supernatural experience where he was provoked to sell his soul to the devil but instead he gave his heart to Christ and changed his name to a more positive one and now raps for God.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aM1CkXxwf0Y



David said (August 6, 2012):

Ryan is right on about what he writes about in his article. Rap music was started by music icons RUM DMC. They has a message in their music which is about getting out of the state of poverty and making yourself a success. Never once did they rap about women and things they did not like in a derogatory manner. Their music was worth listening to. You have Ron on their group who found god and is now a pastor. Then you have other group rappers and groups such as the Fresh Prince aka Will Smith with DJ Jazzy Jeff that talked about what it was like to be kid growing up. They never talked about bitches and hoes. The Beastie Boys were about positive things. They never wrote about popping a cap on some cop.

Today most the rap music is all crap. Every other lyric uses the N word, or the F word to make a point. Some of the white kids try to act black and are known as Wigas which is the white version of the N word. Much of the rap music is targeted to black audiences who hate white people for whatever reason. The blacks listen to this and they want to pop a cap on us white folks because we are responsible for their current life situation which we are not. It is sad these rappers have gone away from God and are consumed with Satan. Rap is not music. The majority of it is nothing but hate speech.

It is these rappers who are losers for wanting to sleep with as many women as possible. The more one sleeps around, the greater their chances of getting a STD. It is sad these men do not want to have a family of their own. One can sleep around, but at some point the man realizes he should settled down to be happy with the one he truly loves.


Al Thompson said (August 6, 2012):

When I was in a half-way house in Oakland, I had the horrible experience of being in a room with a bunch of guys playing that garbage. The lyrics were so foul, that I had to put on my own headset to drown it out. Believe it or not, the lyrics were even
more foul that what Ryan described here. If you look at the photo that you posted, the expression on that man's face says it all.

There is no happiness or joy in a face like that and there is no amount of money that is worth the life they are living. The money, sex, and the drugs will ruin their lives and they will end up as a big heap of nothing.

And of course, that is the whole purpose of evil, it is intended to destroy a man or a woman. I would actually tell them that they were destroying their own minds, so why even listen to such things? They didn't argue with me, but they kept listening to it. It's like a constant inculcation of rabid evil going into the mind most of the day. What bothers me is that these kids have to be really stupid not to think that music is bad for them.

The evil and the immaturity of this kind of music doesn't even rise to the level of a toddler. That, along with the sagging pants, are a combination for complete destruction of the mind. This is why the young people are getting into more and more trouble. They have the constant drumbeat of evil in their minds, and if they don't cut it off, it will ruin anyone who listens to such trash. This is not another art-form; it is shit-form. The music stinks, it is destructive, and couldn't possibly make anyone happy. And being a former musician, any ding dong can play it and it takes very little musical skill.

It's like heavy metal, turn the amps up as loud as you can, turn on the fuzz or distortion box, and make an ass out of yourself because you can play loud; loud doesn't mean good. In the case of rap, it is the ubiquitous bass which is completely mind numbing. To me, the music is so bad that I think they should get kicked out of hell for playing it.

http://verydumbgovernment.blogspot.com/2012/07/anger-and-evil-are-immature.html


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