2024 Eclipse Occult summary for 8 Apr 2024 eclipse including pop culture, music references, psyence, Satanica, eclipse, alignment, red heffers sacrifice, and endless intrigue

So much weirdness wrapped up in this.  Multiple states ready with National Guard.  David Bowie.  Aleister Crowley.  Thelema.  Book of the Law.  Satanica.  NASA.  Rockets.  Moon. Ritual.  Eclipse.  Black Hole Sun.  Soundgarden,  Red Kachina.  Blue Kachina.  Solar eclipse.  Black hole.  Skulls.  Aeon of Horus.  Demonica.  Soul rapture.  Reptile tongue.  Apocalypse.  Worship.  Prophecy.  Symbolism.  End times.  … Read more

How Corruption and Greed Led to the Downfall of Rock Music – Jim Barber, Rick Beato

“You both could not have articulated this any better. This is an incredibly transparent documentary of what the radio/music industry was and has turned into. A “must watch” for all artists. Thank you for this!” Corporations epitomize sociopathy / psychopathy because they are required by law to do everything legally possible to gain money for … Read more

From eyeballing M&M Mars unusual HQ in McLean, VA — to “Super Soldier” research involving Flavonoids and beyond

M&M Mars, Inc — headquarters of the candy company — 6885 Elm St, McLean, VA — Building has few, thin windows; no markings at all; nothing signifying M&M Mars Inc corporate anything.  Seems instead secretive, opposite of promotional, fun, candy, goodies.  Insider reports that the second floor is open-floorspace with no walls; single podium with a meat-cleaver; … Read more

Weaponization of Sound – Mark Devlin

RE: mark devlin “weaponization of sound”, describing military weapons (lrad, v2k voice-to-skull, etc), cultural manipulation, and involvement of military-intelligence in major bands. ~15:00: “Music has been getting dumber.” — Mark Devlin, Million Song Dataset An mp3 encoding, electronically inverted and then added to its original source file results in a readily perceptible and discernible-quality version … Read more

Musical Panorama of the late 60’s – Joel Smirnoff

Grammy-award winner Joel Smirnoff has been a member of the Juilliard String Quartet since 1986, and the ensemble’s leader since 1997. He also pursues and active career as a conductor, both in the U.S. and abroad. Join a truly distinguished alumnus for and exploration of the sounds and content of the music which provided the … Read more

Beatles as lynchpin — Arcana, Esoterica, Sage of Quay — Jaw-dropping deep-detail up to big-picture

https://www.bitchute.com/video/WXREw09aQkJZ/   The Beatles are often considered a lynchpin or pivotal force in the history of popular music, culture, and society. Here’s why: 1. **Musical Innovation**: The Beatles revolutionized popular music with their innovative songwriting, experimentation with recording techniques, and incorporation of diverse musical styles. Their influence can be heard across a wide range of … Read more

The Secret Power of Music: The Transformation of Self and Society through Musical Energy

Abstract This study of the hidden side of music and its subtle effects is one of the most detailed books ever written on the subject.   Content By David Gottner on June 18, 2000 The intention of this book is in the right place. It’s a wake-up call to society on the destructive effects of … Read more

Blasted by Media and Microwaves — “It’s like a wild animal.” – What’s going wrong with behavior in schools? – ‘Fk You Btch’: Cops Handcuff 9-Year-Old Throwing Tantrum at Florida Elementary School

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ2Wl75nrTg Bodycam footage shows the moments Florida police handcuffed a 9-year-old at Stenstrom Elementary School in February. Oviedo police detained the fourth-grade student for 13 minutes after he wouldn’t stop throwing an aggressive tantrum in the school’s mail room. The child’s family is now suing the city and the school resource officers involved in handcuffing … Read more

“The Most Entitled 13 Year Old Ever (Police Bodycam)”

We’ve all seen growing badness.  This seems particularly egregious.  “Entitled” doesn’t really seem to cover it.  Not sure there is a word for it but instead maybe a phrase describing utter disconnect between attitude and behavior versus perception and consequence.  The programming for such viewpoint and behavior is surely coming via media and music which … Read more

“The Most Entitled 16 Year Old Girl Ever (police bodycam)”

“I am a special educator of 13 years. Started teaching at 22. I will admit, this is not abnormal occurrence anymore. Children verbally/physically attacking teachers, faculty, and officers. Kindergarten to seniors, and mainly not the special education students. Respect is first taught at home. It’s getting tough out there.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbME0j9LMSM   “The biggest question is … Read more

Lenon Honor discusses “Beyond Gangster Blackface” — Language, Programming, Belief, Behavior, Outlook, Future

“An agenda to destabilize the family unit; putting forth degraded versions of men, women, mothers and fathers.”   https://www.bitchute.com/video/rz080QU5Ekwr/ See also https://www.bitchute.com/video/QT10LJvs0TkC/   The term “beyond gangster blackface” refers to a concept introduced by filmmaker and cultural critic Spike Lee to critique certain portrayals of African American characters in mainstream media, particularly in film and … Read more

Phonetic generalization of Asian languages

Interesting https://www.youtube.com/shorts/Y4jBY45IHG0     Phonetic generalization in the context of Asian languages refers to the process by which speakers of one Asian language may generalize or approximate the pronunciation of words or sounds from another Asian language due to similarities or shared phonetic features. This phenomenon can occur for various reasons, including linguistic influence, historical … Read more

A Music Historian Reflects

Richard Taruskin reflects on the historiography of music and its embrace of a Whiggish paradigm that he argues has had a deleterious effect on the value and practice of music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uxIZgVHjdk   Richard Taruskin (1945-2022) was a profoundly influential musicologist and critic known for his extensive work on the historiography of music, among many other … Read more

Oh my Little China Girl

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk4g4ZTR8so   The phrase “Oh my little China Girl” references the song “China Girl” co-written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop. Initially appearing on Iggy Pop’s 1977 album “The Idiot,” it became more widely known through David Bowie’s version released on his 1983 album “Let’s Dance.” The song’s lyrics tell the story of a complex, … Read more

Music, Leisure, and the Cultivation of ‘Higher Civilization’ in the Late Nineteenth Century

Abstract   Alexandra Palace and Park, situated on Muswell Hill in North London, opened in 1873. Envisaged as a ‘palace of the people’, this enormous structure and landscaped gardens were constructed to provide leisure and entertainment to a local population estimated to be one million people. It provided a cornucopia of attractions including flower displays, … Read more

Use of Music — Alan Watt Explains the Music Industry and Musical Mind Control

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCMy4fRk-z0   Alan Watt (not to be confused with philosopher Alan Watts) was a researcher, speaker, and author known for his work on various topics related to global governance, psychology, and the manipulation of culture and public opinion. Among his broad range of interests, Watt also delved into the music industry, often discussing how it … Read more

Music and Music Videos, Then vs Now – Mark Devlin

Here’s my newly-extended presentation on ‘the mind control manipulations and satanic agenda of the mainstream music industry.’ Yes, you read that correctly! This was recorded at the Changing Times event in West Sussex on 21st March, and subjects covered include occult symbolism in music videos, predictive programming, mind-controlled artists, Illuminati rituals, production techniques, degenerative lyrics, … Read more

Aristotle on Music

POLITICS BOOK VIII, chap. 5-7 http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Politics_  (Aristotle) CHAPTER V With respect to music we have already spoken a little in a doubtful manner upon this subject. It will be proper to go over again more particularly what we then said, which may serve as an introduction to what any other person may choose to offer thereon; … Read more

Mark Devlin on The Great 20th Century Music Con

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEx8QD2lC48     Mark Devlin is a British DJ, author, and public speaker known for his work in exploring conspiracy theories and hidden agendas in the music industry. In his book titled “Musical Truth,” as well as in various interviews, presentations, and online content, Devlin discusses what he refers to as “The Great 20th Century … Read more

Language Matters — Authenticity or Glorification and Celebration of Self-Annihilation ? Korporate – B*tch Back

Intention.  Presentation.  What does this convey? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8dMmMpqLdQ     The phrase “Authenticity or Glorification and Celebration of Self-Annihilation” suggests a dichotomy between two contrasting approaches or attitudes towards one’s identity and existence. Let’s break down each part of the phrase: Authenticity: Authenticity refers to being true to oneself, one’s values, and one’s experiences. It involves … Read more

Music Theory and White Supremacy – “Music Theory and The White Racial Frame” Dr. Ewell

Original article — https://mtosmt.org/issues/mto.20.26.2/mto.20.26.2.ewell.html “Music theory can be seen as a racial ideology in which the views and ideas of white persons are held to be more significant than the views and ideas of nonwhites.” Excellent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr3quGh7pJA     Dr. Philip Ewell, a music theorist and scholar, has gained attention for his discussions on race and … Read more

George Martin Discusses The Beatles Albums

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU8IgMVPT1w       George Martin, often referred to as the “Fifth Beatle,” played a crucial role in shaping the sound of The Beatles’ albums as their producer. Throughout his career, Martin has discussed The Beatles’ albums in various interviews, documentaries, and writings, offering insights into the band’s creative process, recording techniques, and the … Read more

Sage of Quay™ – Mike Williams – Occultism and Social Engineering — the pElvis of Elvis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15RxAjRUNrQ     The intersection of occultism and social engineering is a complex and multifaceted topic that has been explored by various scholars, researchers, and practitioners. Both occultism and social engineering involve the manipulation of symbols, beliefs, and behavior to achieve specific goals, albeit in different contexts and with different methods. Occultism, broadly defined, refers … Read more

The Hidden Anomalies in Paperback Writer

“Paperback Writer” is a song by The Beatles, released in 1966 as a single with “Rain” as its B-side. It was later included on the album “Hey Jude” (also known as “The Beatles Again”) in 1970. The song was written by Paul McCartney and is notable for its catchy melody, energetic rhythm, and distinctive vocal … Read more

Aretha Franklin and the Counterintelligence Program (COINTELPRO)

“Queen of Soul” cited in 270 pages of documents declassified by the FBI as they pursued Black revolutionary and communist influences in political and cultural life during the 1960s and 1970s https://www.globalresearch.ca/aretha-franklin-counterintelligence-program-cointelpro/5794795     The phrase “Queen of Soul” is often used to refer to the legendary singer Aretha Franklin. However, without more context, it’s … Read more