Hannah Montana Dad Blames Satanism in Family Break-Up
February 15, 2011
When asked if he thinks his family is under attack by Satan, Billy Ray Cyrus says, "no doubt. There's no doubt about it."
BY ZEN GARDNER
"And there, driving to work each day in the City of Angels, was this sign. A physical sign [Adopt-A-Highway Atheists United]. It could have easily said 'You will now be attacked by Satan.' 'Entering this industry, you are now on the highway to darkness..." -Billy Ray Cyrus
If he only knew the extent of it and what would happen to his daughter. But too late.
The Hannah Montana sensation has a back story we've heard before. Father Billy Ray Cyrus, country singer, sacrificed his daughter to the Disney machine and it's chewing up their lives. Nothing new about that.
Only he's saying something.
GQ's recent interview with Cyrus has this intro:
"These days Billy Ray Cyrus's life is imitating a bad country song: He's headed for a messy divorce, his record company just delayed his latest comeback, and his cherished 18-year-old daughter seems destined to rip bong hits at every party in the U.S.A. No wonder he's muttering about the end times."
Billy Ray apparently understands what's happened and tells of his inability to get past Miley's "handlers." He "spoke to one of the handlers" asking what's going on. He was referring to a You Tube showing Miley using the the drug Salvia.
"They told me," he says, his contempt and despair still naked and fresh, "it was none of my business."
He goes on later, anguishing over her apparent sequestration: "I feel like I got to try. It's my daughter. And some of these handlers are perhaps more interested in handling Miley's money than her safety and her career."
"I'm scared for her. She's got a lot of people around her that's putting her in a great deal of danger. I know she's 18, but I still feel like as her daddy I'd like to try to help. Take care of her just a little bit, to at least get her out of danger."
When asked if he thinks his family is under attack by Satan, Billy Ray says, "no doubt. There's no doubt about it."
"I'll tell you right now -- that damn show ['Hannah Montana'] destroyed my family. I hate to say it, but yes, I [wish the show never happened]. For my family to be here and just everybody okay, safe and sound and happy and normal, would have been fantastic. I'd erase it all in a second if I could."
In fact, it is this late-in-the game, hands-off attitude that Billy Ray regrets the most. He claims he didn't profit from his daughter's success, except for his role as an actor.
"I should have been a better parent. I should have said, 'enough is enough.' But I didn't."
How sad, but he knew better, and admits it. The price of doing business in that industry is your soul....and your mind.
MIND CONTROL VICTIMS EVERYONE
The interview then takes an eerie detour as Billy Ray tells his own tale of needing to get away from it all, prompted by the death of Kurt Cobain, with whom he was friends. He also mentions trying to help Michael Jackson and Ana Nicole Smith, two definite MK Ultra subjects.
The TV series Hannah Montana stars Cyrus as a girl who lives a secret double life - an average schoolgirl by day, and the titular, pretty-in-pink (and occult purple) pop star by night.
The splitting of Miley is demonstrated by her alter's name - Hannah is the same backwards as forwards, reminiscent of the constant mirroring we see in pop videos - and by their different hair colors (further dark/light checkerboard symbolism).
The fact that Miley/Hannah has often been seen sporting butterfly symbols on her clothes, accessories and website pretty much clinches it for one blogger:
"She is literally (in terms of her MK programming) some form of corporate global Lolita robot" being used to socially engineer teenage girls for their role as Illuminati sex slaves and ... breeding stock.
The Cyrus interview is somewhat disjointed, and you get the sense he may be playing out his scripted role and personality for the interviewer. It's not dishonest sounding, but there's this haunting sense that something is being staged. Is he also a subject?
When that good ol' boy country stuff meets Hollywood, you don't have to guess who's gonna come out on top.
Thanks to Sean for the tip.
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