They Sold Their Souls for Rock 'n' Roll

A serious warning from another forum:

This is a four part documentary about the Devil's music, called: "They Sold Their Souls for Rock 'n' Roll".

I found it quite educational. But, it's a bit sordid, so be sure you have a strong stomach.

Part 1 The Violence in Rock and Roll.

1. The first issue is music kids listen to in relationship to the school shootings in America. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, the kids that shot their fellow students in Columbine, had been listening to the most Satanic and violent music available. They even targeted those professing Christianity.

KMFDM, one of their favorite bands, sings: "If I had a shotgun, I'd blow myself to hell", which is exactly what the two boys did after they shot their classmates.



2. Music and the conspiracy to gain control of the minds of our youth and revolutionize society. The rest talks about the powerful effect of music on the minds of people and influences people to do stuff. One time people started breaking stuff at Woodstock and there where multiple rapes and they made bon-fires which burned down alot of trailers.

Here are the 4 steps the Communists have for the take over of any nation through intrigue:



Part 1.
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Part 2 They Sold Their Souls.

1. Starts with talk about the exaltation of Satan in Rock music lyrics.

2. About Robert Johnson, said to be "the father of Rock and Roll", the first Rock and Roll artist who said he sold his soul to the Devil for music talent. He did this at the crossroads highways 49 and 61 in Clarksdale, Mississippi. These places where mentioned in several since then, along with the "hounds of hell" he said had been chasing him.

3. Alot of other singers tell in their lyrics, and in interviews, how they sold their souls to Satan.

4. Many admissions from artists, in interviews, about demon possession during performances.

5. From the peace sign to the Devil horns. From Elvis' gyrating pelvis to the modern themes of Rock music: Witchcraft and the occult, blasphemy, alcohol and drug addiction, murder, rape, adultery and fornication, violence, hatred, bestiality, suicide, and death.

6. The "innocent" sexual innuendo of modern music that targets young children. We see little girls singing Christina Agulera's "Genie in a Bottle"

quote:
If you wanna be with me,
baby, there's a price to pay,
I'm a genie in a bottle,
You gotta rub me the right way,

Hormones racing at the speed of light
My body is saying let's go
I can make your wish come true
Just come and set me free,
baby, I'll be with you


7. We see IN SINC showing open contempt for God's Word:

quote:
We don't need all these prophecies,
Tellin' us what's a sign.
Cause...
Paranoia ain't the way,
to live your life from day to day.
So leave your doubts and your fears...
Behind...
Don't be afraid..at all..
'Cause up in outer space there's no gravity to fall..


8. Spice Girls teaching children to disregard parental authority and do whatever they want, including premarital sex.

quote:
Come on and do it!

Do what your mama said
I will not be told

Keep your mouth shut
Keep your legs shut.

Who cares what they say
Because rules are for breaking
Who made them anyway

Make your own rules to live by
Come on and do it!


Notice how young these children are at this concert:

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9. Ends with talking about all the abortions as a result of all the sex kids are having because of the music. Every day in America 1106 teens abort their babies. That's 403,690 abortions per year, just by teenage girls.

Many Satanists actually see abortion as a legal way to sacrifice their children to Satan.

Part 2.
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Part 3 Mr. Crowley

1. Aleister Crowley is called "The Father of Modern Satanism". This is the one who coined the Satanic maxim: "Do as thou wilt, shall be the whole of the law." He taught that one could become "a genius in music", through practicing his Satanism. Many rock stars have promoted Crowley's Satanism. Crowley is seen as the patron saint as Rock and Roll.

Here are words from Ozzy Osbourn's famous song, Mr. Crowley:
quote:
Mr. Crowley
What went on in your head.
Oh, Mr. Crowley,
Did you talk to the dead?
.....
You fooled all the people with magic.
Yeah, you waited on Satan's call.


The band, Merciful Fate, sang an oath to Crowley's Satanism:
quote:
I Deny Jesus Christ
The Deceiver
...
And I Abjure the Christian Faith
Holding it in Contempt
...
All of it's Works
...
I Swear Now..
To Give My..
Mind, My Body, And Soul
Unreservedly
To the Furtherance
Of Our Lord
Our Lord Satan
Satan's Designs!
...
Do What Thou Wilt
Shall be the Whole of the Law


If you couldn't make out the lyrics, you would think it's a very beautiful song. It's very high pitch, and sounds just like the high, whiny, notes of the electric guitar.

And Crowley's doctrines comes out in many songs.

2. Crowley played a decided role in developing the philosophy and mystique of the Drug Revolution.

3. Crowley's teachings are attributed to the "sexual revolution" and promoted homosexuality, which is attributed to the homosexual movement.

4. Crowley taught the combining of Eastern and Western mysticism. Crowley is considered the father of the New Age music. Crowley advocated rebellion against the authority of Christianity.

5. Crowlian Satanist, Harry Haye, said:
quote:
"This language...had the power to communicate ideas, plans, and issues through the form of songs and dances under the noses of the authorities - as a weapon...music always had the power to inspire revolt and revolution."

"To two thirds of the world today, music is a language...A method of communicating, organizing, educating, mobilizing..."


6. The Beatles impacted the world with an emotional shock treatment to youth by the millions and turned America on to the gurus of the east. The Beatles where Hindu pantheists and spirit worshipers.

7. Crowley was a big influence on Charles Manson.

8. David Bowie was into Crowleyism.
quote:
I'm closer to the Golden Dawn
Immersed in Crowley's uniform
of imagery

And other stars, like Daryl Hall of Hall and Oats
quote:
"Around 1974, I graduated into the occult... I also became fascinated with Aleister Crowley, the 19th-century British magician who shared these beliefs...I was fascinated by him because his personality was the late 19th-century equivalent of mine."

"I believe in the ability to change reality through will, and that is the definition of magic. I feel I have done that."

"When I'm singing and in touch with the energy...that's the reason I'm in music."

Both of these artists practiced homosexuality.

9. Black Sabbath even gave alter calls to accept Satan as Lord:

quote:
Follow me now and you will not regret
Leaving the life you led before we met
You are the first to have this love of mine
Forever with me till the end of time
Now I have you with me under my power
Our love grows stronger now with every hour
Look into my eyes you'll see who I am
My name is Lucifer please take my hand.


Part 3.
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Part 4. Exposing the Lies of Rock and Roll.

1. First the lie of the pleasure of sexual promiscuity. The fact is, this kind of lifestyle causes people to get sexually transmitted diseases that are often permanent and sometimes fatal.

2. Then there's the fact that many of the Rock and Roll stars die young.
-- Average age of death for Americans = 75.8
-- Average age of death for Rock stars = 36.9
Alot of good Bible verses here.

3. The last half of the video goes on about the "very real" threat of "spending eternity in Hell", but the Rock stars always say Hell isn't so bad.

I like the information in this documentary, but the ending is lame. The force of tradition forbids they should quote the verses about the wicked being consumed by eternal fire.

quote:
By thus magnifying before their feeble minds the horrors of an endless hell, he takes possession of their minds, and they lose their reason. Then Satan and his angels exult, and the infidel and atheist join in casting reproach upon Christianity. They claim that these evils are the natural results of believing in the Bible and its Author, whereas they are the results of the reception of popular heresy.


It's ironic that we see such "reproach upon Christianity", in Rock and Roll, and how much of that can we blame on those who refuse to admit they are wrong about the "eternal torment" doctrine?

Part 4.
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Original Post
Bravus, that sounds incredibly garbled, mixing about ten different inflammatory topics in a way that makes enormous...leaps in logic.

I'm not really interested in working through third party gibberish, so what I'd like to know is: What is your stance in this? Do you agree with this documentary? Do you agree in parts? Which parts?

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