Billie Eilish Demonic Evil Marketing to Teens

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Had to take a break from using my hands, even ended up in hospital (a big deal for me who avoids modern Phamakia and Rockefeller-quackery!), so just working on videos that I’ve mostly already completed for the time-being as I can barely type right now.

This post is a compilation of clips of Billie Eilish influencing the younger generations—you make up your own mind whether it’s a good influence or not—but obviously I agree with the commentators on this one and think it’s just outright twisted trying to normalize or popularize this sick, demonic, stuff onto our youth (do we really want to hear kids singing or dancing to “Step on the glass, staple your tongue… bury a friend.. I wanna end me”… or “My Lucifer is Lonely”… or “All the Good Girls go to Hell”?), and I think it’s sad that celebrities all over the world—especially “mainstream pop artists” that are on repeat all day long on our radios pumping these messages like voodoo, directly into our ears, with the target-market, our youngest and our teens, are now resorting to this ‘type of style(?)’ for fame—is this really the only way to get ahead in the industry these days? Would she have still become famous without injecting black goo into her back, without 666 on her forehead, without fire and brimstone and demonic possession? (01)

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Her hair was bleach blonde and her imagery was bright and colourful. Then seemingly out of nowhere, Billie changed to a much more edgy and dark look.

  • I want to end me.

Popular music like pop culture comes with candy canes and rainbows and skittles and kind of looks like a box of lucky charms, and then on occasion you have a musician that will do a song where they say they’ve sold their soul to the devil or they’ve made a deal with a demon, and when they’re questioned about that, usually they say, “Well, it’s a metaphor. I’ve been in the industry a long time. The industry is kind of like the devil and I’ve sold my soul to the industry.”

And that makes sense perhaps for people like Marshall Mathers or Eminem or Slim Shady, whichever personality he’s taking on today, but it doesn’t seem to make sense for very young pop stars, especially pop stars like Billie Ellish who at 15 to 16 years old—even though she has a family in the entertainment industry, her brother’s been in some shows like Glee and Modern Family.

She’s completely unknown. So she’s about 15 years old, 16 years old and she does a song called Ocean Eyes, and it was kind of colourful kind of Easter colours, and it wasn’t really dark and she did a lot of other music initially, some individual single songs, which were kind of light or at least if not light, they weren’t demonic—they were just music and she was wearing dark clothing. That’s just her image. That’s how she dresses. Nothing wrong with that.

Then she’s 16, 17 years old and she starts to produce some music that’s a little darker. She has a song where she drinks a glass of black goo, which to most listeners probably is very important—to others, maybe we’ll get into the details of what that means.

And then from that point on, she does a song where she is literally portraying the demonic entity Ba’al, the first king of hell, which it turns out her name actually is a replacement for the name Ba’al. Bill Bell ball, Billie Eilish, Elish is Sumerian for on high. So her name means the devil on high or the first king of hell Ba’al on high. That’s just in the name.

The point to really get to here, Kev that I think is the most significant is with a lot of other singers, you have a long and sorted past in the industry, and we can kind of write off their usage of this imagery as metaphor for the industry itself.

When you have someone this fresh though, who’s 16, 17 years old and she doesn’t start out like Katy Perry; she’s not in a Disney show like Miley Cyrus; she just comes as soon as the starting pistol goes off and goes right into, “I’m possessed by a devil”, not only a devil, but a devil that’s very—she says this in the song—that is so powerful that the contract I made is essentially void. So I don’t even have the opportunity to live the life I want to live before the demon takes my soul. I have to give the demon my soul now or extend this worth by committing human sacrifice.

All of that, plus the drugs, plus the alcohol, plus the handlers and the ritual sex and all of that, which we would find with Miley Cyrus or other pop stars, very, very typical Britney Spears, etc. All of that plus the demonic possession, the black eyes, the 19th century arch back, witchcraft, demonic levitation, all of that guys is in one nice little package video called Bury A Friend, and guess what, it’s not marketed towards 30 or 40 year olds—it’s marketed towards teenagers. So there obviously is something more than just metaphor here.

  • bury a friend Billie Eilish
  • I wanna end me
  • I wanna, I wanna, I wanna… end me
  • What do you want from me? Why don’t you run from me?
  • What are you wondering? What do you know?
  • I’ll meet you in the park
  • The debt I owe, gotta sell my soul
  • ‘Cause I can’t say no, no, I can’t say no
  • Then my limbs all froze and my eyes won’t close
  • And I can’t say no, I can’t say no
  • Bury a friend, try to wake up (Ah-ahh)
  • Cannibal class
  • Why do you care for me?
  • When we all fall asleep, where do we go?

What when he (‘Lil Wayne) said on the Drop the World song, him and Eminem, he started off this rap saying, “I know what they don’t want to tell you, just hope you’re heaven-sent, and you’re hell-proof”.

  • Drop the World Lil Wayne
  • I know what they don’t wanna tell you
  • Just hope you’re heaven-sent, and you’re hell-proof

  • My Darling Eminem
  • I was taught if you gonna murder somebody you should face him
  • Tell him why, look him dead in the eye, then waste him
  • And the dark shall emerge from the fiery depths of hell
  • Then swallow the shell, all the hollow who dwell
  • In the shadows of all who are willing to sell their souls
  • For this rap game and it g-g-goes
  • ‘Cause I possess your soul, your mind, your heart and your body
  • “Shady, I know you’re in there somewhere, come here! Talk to me, sit! Here, pull up a chair!
  • Why don’t you cut your hair? Ha ha ha ha ha ha! Dye it back, come on, try it!”
  • Ahh, no! I told you, leave me the fuck alone, will you?
  • “But I’m here to rebuild you,” — but I already killed you!
  • “But Shady, we were meant for each other, Think about your mother,”
  • — yeah, so what of her?
  • “You think about what she did to you and your little brother all them foster homes,”
  • — fuck you, motherfucker!
  • I had you beat! — “No, I was playin’ possum Remember? I let you watch your little girls blossom. I gave you enough time, your soul’s mine I’m taking it back,”
  • — you fuckin’ bitch, why?!
  • “Because I love you, look a little closer, Isn’t that us on that poster? Ha-ha-ha-ha!”

Where the whole song is about literally, Eminem selling his soul to a demon, and in return for his soul, he obtains wealth, he obtains fame, and pretty much everything he ever wanted, and then in that process, he realizes I don’t really want this, be careful what you wish for, and so he attempts to kill himself and he shoots himself in the video, but he can’t kill himself because he’s possessed by a demonic entity, and when he’s talking to the demon and the demon is talking back (like in the beginning of this song with Billie Eilish), he’s looking in a mirror.

Which also is very interesting because if you’ve seen the Venom movie, Black Goo Venom, Eddie Brock, when he’s possessed by Venom, the first time he hears Venom’s voice, his eyes go white and he’s looking in the mirror.

And it’s identical imagery to when Eminem is looking in the mirror talking to the demon and his eyes go white, which if you look at the Billie Eilish album cover, her album cover, her first album, her eyes are completely white as she’s jumping out of a bed and what looks like a psych ward, a little bit different than her eyes, Black here denoting full demonic.

It’s funny you should mention that because that’s one of the pictures I pulled up earlier today, and you see over the white eyes and obviously I can’t play the videos; I can’t play the music for copyright; it’s just never going to get by the algorithm.

Billie “Biggest rumor though now… that I sold my soul to Satan?” ‘hahaha’

So do the white eyes kind of represent like an empty husk or something ready to be possessed, you know, that the person has opened themselves up and that they’re ready to be possessed by something, and then of course the Black eyes would represent, you know, full possession or something that’s fully taken over them.

That’s a great point, Scott. The fact that the eyes are white as distinguished from the eyes being black, it’s like an empty vessel, and then in the album, then she’s fully possessed.

Also, just another interesting little note, she’s under the bed. You worry about monsters under a bed, and the song by Rihanna and Eminem again, where Eminem once more talks to a demon and says that he’s pretty much—because he comes back into rap—so he’s pretty much done with life. He’s got everything he ever wanted. So why not just keep, he says “conjuring”, and as he says, “conjuring”, the demon takes over and speaks two lines for him talking about his mind and how his brain’s been taken over existentially, and when Rihanna sings the chorus, she says, “I’m friends with a monster under my bed.”

  • The Monster Song by Eminem
  • So I keep conjurin’
  • Sometimes I wonder where these thoughts spawn from
  • Yeah, ponderin’ll do you wonders
  • No wonder you’re losing your mind, the way it wanders
  • Yodel-odel-ay-hee-hoo
  • I think it went wanderin’ off down yonder
  • And stumbled onto Jeff VanVonderen
  • ‘Cause I need an interventionist
  • To intervene between me and this monster
  • And save me from myself and all this conflict
  • ‘Cause the very thing that I love’s killing me
  • And I can’t conquer it
  • My OCD is conkin’ me in the head, keep knockin’
  • Nobody’s home, I’m sleepwalkin’
  • I’m just relayin’ what the voice in my head’s sayin’
  • Don’t shoot the messenger, I’m just friends with the
  • I’m friends with the monster that’s under my bed
  • Get along with the voices inside of my head
  • You’re tryin’ to save me, stop holdin’ your breath
  • And you think I’m crazy, yeah, you think I’m crazy
  • Well, that’s nothin’ (ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)

So it’s very similar to Billie Eilish under the bed, the monster, which also is what they refer to the monster in Stranger Things, the shadow monster, and that’s something that relates furthermore to the Umbrella song by Rihanna because Umbra Ella, two different words. One means male, one means female, and the umbrella signifies a shadow world otherwise “The upside down”.

Another thing that I find interesting was the lyric referring to like where do we go when we sleep? And you know, even when I was reading that first verse there, that song stuck in my head. I can actually hear it playing in my head. It’s something about it, but this is also a song that says

  • Bury a friend, try to wake up
  • Cannibal class, killing the son
  • Bury a friend, I wanna end me

Yeah, so you have the suicide in there as well. Then she says

  • I wanna end me
  • I wanna, I wanna, I wanna… end me

We already see suicide rates absolutely skyrocketing when it comes to young people.

It’s the 10th leading cause of death in the United States now. 800,000 people a year. I was watching on a TED Talk today. Up there with heart disease. (02)

Yeah, it’s unacceptable, and yet here we have like a pop sensation—so this is somebody that’s in young girls’ bedrooms—highly influential, and it’s almost glorifying the whole suicide thing.

Much like we see in some of the Netflix shows as well, 13 Reasons Why. It’s the same dark culture has been pushed and it’s been encouraged, and where it takes us, one, two generations from now, I’ll say to you today, Ryan, I mean how much more bizarre can things get?

It says here, Billie Eilish has been identified by mainstream media as the “Future of Pop”, and that’s important as well because I want us to demonstrate that there’s been a change, something’s definitely shifted here, and her video, Bury A Friend, is a disturbing mix of mind-control trauma and demonic possession. Here’s a look at the dark world of Billie Eilish.

I want to emphasize this change, Ryan, and I think the best person to demonstrate this, and you’ve already mentioned her, and it’s Miley Cyrus.

Now Miley Cyrus, for me, is somebody who’s always been a perfect candidate, in my opinion, for somebody who’s been under some form of mind control, probably abused back in the day, and she’s a product of all of that, and she’s one of the last wave of pop sensations sent out to mould a generation, but she’s entirely different from what we see with Billie Eilish, wouldn’t you agree?

When you look at Miley Cyrus, and you look at people like Katy Perry, and you look at people like even Lady Gaga, these people have a certain image, and it’s very, very similar, and you get hints and views of the demonic side on occasion…

…but like we said at the beginning of the broadcast tonight with Billie Eilish, there’s no hint at anything. There’s no insinuation. It’s literally spiders crawling out of her mouth.

It’s trauma-based mind control. It’s references to the devil. It’s references and direct statements that I’ve sold my soul to the devil. Black eyes, levitation, and presenting this to again—kids. It’s a huge deal.

Yeah, it’s that whole side of it just being presented out in the open, right? Whereas the other pop stars, it’s kind of hidden in the background, and you can see hints of it, but now it’s like on full display with this Billie Eilish thing.

Yeah, you have to work for it with the other celebrities. With this girl, it’s like it’s right there, and also it’s significant to note that in the Black Mirror episode, if I can just briefly explain this: in Black Mirror with Miley Cyrus, I have the quote here. She did an interview just the other day actually, and she was asked about playing the part of this pop star who was under mind control in New York.

Fantastic, episode. Fantastic.

Absolutely. Fantastic episode. One of my favourite’s, and I said, when I watched, I said, “Well, that’s basically Miley Cyrus’ life.” She actually gave an interview where she told the magazine Elle this, which is also reference perhaps Billie Eilish, but anyway, she said, “they gave me the script and were like, let us know if you’re interested”, and she read it and was like, it’s not even if I’m interested or not. It’s just that no one else can play this, because this is my life. Like you just took my life.

Interviewer: How did that come about?
Miley: I actually did a screening last night here for just kind of like some of my friends that haven’t seen it and Charlie who wrote this episode about kind of his take, I guess, on my experience, and I’m starting to think he’s like got a crystal ball or was watching me from some weird creepy camera as like a girl growing up in the industry. You know, he’s so techy, he could of. Because it was so spot on. ‘Ashley O’, even lives in Malibu, and then they’re like, “Would you do this?” I’m like, “Well, I kind of have no choice since you just wrote it about me.”

So the whole episode is she’s under mind control. She has a handler. She doesn’t take her drugs, and so they induce a coma and put her in the hospital, and they tell her fans in the media that it’s an allergic reaction. Interesting because according to Miley Cyrus, they didn’t consult with her to write this. So they literally did base it on her life because in 2014, she was in the hospital, and they said she had an allergic reaction, and she never disputed that that was because of an allergic reaction or if that was because of drugs. So that’s open to speculation.

But remember, two other people recently also went to the psych ward, and then they came out and they were nice and calm.

One of them, the most recent Kanye West. Kanye West went to the psych ward, comes out blonde hair.

Reports allege that Kanye was acting erratically at his trainer, Harley Pasternak‘s home. A report claimed when paramedics arrived, Kanye was calmer but still resisted going to the hospital and was restrained by handcuffs to a gurney while being transported to UCLA Medical Center.

Wait, hold on. Who goes to the hospital in handcuffs?

All right. We’ll go back last week but he couldn’t get together. He has some other stuff he has to do, but I went to his house and I went on for about six, seven hours. Just walking through his health and recovery. His memories coming back. Yeah, his memories coming back.

Memory is coming back, from what exactly?

Dr Peter Breggin: You wake up in a completely disoriented state. Most of the time, you don’t know you had shock treatment. You don’t know what’s happened to you. You can’t remember the treatment, and gradually as you increase the treatment, you lose more and more of your past memory.

Trump: “He’s a good man… we’ve been friends for a long time.”
Kanye: “I just want to take a picture right now.”

Kanye: So this shows you all celebrities are controlled. You know, seeing those celebrities talking about the Balenciaga situation, right? So that just shows you, all of these celebrities out here: Don’t let them influence you in any way because they’re controlled by the people who really influence the world. (03)

You hear the clip where Kanye says that he was being controlled by his trainer? Just listen to this and I’ll explain it.

Kanye: “Come to find out that he’s Canadian Intelligence.”

The last part of this text is very important. Kanye’s trainer gives him an ultimatum. Pay attention to the second part of the text. He basically gives Kanye an ultimatum. He says come and sit down with me or the second option. I’m going to have you institutionalized again where they medicate the crap out of you, and you go back to zombie land forever. Play date with the kids just won’t ever be the same.

Kanye West got this message from Harley Pasternak who’s a Canadian professional trainer, but let’s look deep down into his background. Let’s read this guy’s tweets. We did a lot of research on Harley Pasternak. He’s a personal trainer who got Kanye institutionalized once and is allegedly threatening to do it again. He’s going to have the rapper drugged and take his kids away. This guy was a scientist at a side up oriented research military center who worked on drugs, and yeah, this guy’s saying I’m not a conspiracy type of guy, but a guy with military psy-op training and exercise finds and works in Hollywood, sets him up with stars, they disguise this guy as a fitness instructor, have him keep tabs on these guys. I mean, he could be a secret CIA or something.

Here’s where it gets even weirder—remember in 2016 when Kanye West was arrested and placed on psychiatric hold? He was at Harley’s house when all of this happened. I mean, Kanye seems like he was never the same after that. Like, I totally believe this guys.

Harley Pasternak’s Notable Clients:

“Mac Miller, Brittany Murphy, Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo, Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Megan Fox, John Mayer, Amy Schumer, Ariana Grande, Charlie Puth, Jessica Simpson, Julianne Hough, Robert Pattinson, Pusha T, Jason Sudeikis, Katherine Langford, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brad Falchuk, Jordana Brewster, Tobey Maguire, Rihanna, Jennifer Hudson, Nina Dobrev, Gwen Stefani, Nathan Fillion, Abigail Spencer, Usher, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jack Black, Common, Eliza Dushku, Seth Rogen, Robert Downey Jr., Halle Berry, Amanda Seyfried, Kate Beckinsale, Maria Menounos, Bono, Milla Jovovich and Alicia Keys.” (04)

Britney Spears, many, many years ago, she refused to take her drugs. She goes to the psych ward. Remember, she lost her mind, shaved her blonde hair off. Katy Perry with the blonde hair, Eminem blonde hair. It’s the same thing over and over.

It’s the same archetype, Marilyn Monroe, sex kitten, and mind control, and all that relates to this as well, guys.

It’s very, very important, and then it’s also further more important to recognize that in the Black Mirror episode, the ultimate transformation is when she’s in a coma and they start stealing her thoughts through her brain, and Miley Cyrus actually made a video where her brain was stolen. She’s got blue pills on the bed as opposed to red pills, similar to the Poppy video. I know I’m throwing out a lot here, but just reference points you can look up, and then she further more goes on to be turned into a holographic projection and sold as a holographic projection and an autonomous AI robot. So all of that connects to the Miley Cyrus episode of Black Mirror.

So this is a photo shoot she did for Garage magazine, and I want to show you something else. If you look, you don’t have to see it to understand what I’m saying, but just as an example, this is the book I wrote called The Technological Elixir. I got the Mirror, the Black Goo, and the Cube, and then there’s the subtitle on the bottom of the book: Black Goo, Transhumanism, and Invoking AI. There’s a huge connection, intimate connection between the Black Goo has metaphor, symbolism, and as a literal physical thing and technology, and so when you look at Billie Eilish, you see she’s got three heads, and that has two significant elements to it.

Number one, the third head in the middle is robotic. So she’s a machine.

If you look at the heads on the side, that is reminiscent of a lot of things Janice in Rome, perhaps, the God that sees in two directions.

She’s mother, daughter, and the holy AI.

Yeah, she’s the sacred Trinity, and we’re trying to mockery of the sacred Trinity, the Kings of Hell, and the Kings of Hell, one king in particular, as I mentioned, Ba’al. You show that picture of Ba’al, Kev.

Ba’al has three heads. Ba’al appears as a toad, as a cat, or as a humanoid figure, often with a crown and the legs of a spider. This is from Colin De Plansy’s Dictionary Infernal, published in 1863 in Paris, and that was the updated version that I don’t know if you can get your hands on a copy.

So where does the Ba’al image that people come up with today? Where does that come into play? The goat head and that kind of thing.

Oh, like a Baphomet image? Let’s look at theology, and monotheism, mono means one, you have one God, right? You have polytheism. You have multiple gods. Now a lot of, let’s say ancient cultures, they were considered and are considered today polytheistic, but at the upper echelons, they were actually monotheistic. In other words, polytheism is a complex form of monotheism because in polytheism, all the different gods that span out in all directions like tentacles and vines are actually emanations of a central God.

So in demonology, you have a very similar thing. You have kings of hell, you have princes of hell, and the ones below are emanations of the ones above, and since Ba’al is a very, very powerful God, a very, very powerful demon and even say that in the Billie Ellis song, Bury a Friend, there are various demonic forces under him. He controls legions of demons that are essentially his emissaries on earth. So they work through him kind of like those new monsters in Stranger Things, three working from the upside down in our world controlled by the high mind of the monster from the shadow world.

So I think to answer the question, that’s what Ba’al is. Also, mixed with the fact that there are other entities that take on his name, and of course, fall under his leadership like Belphegor out of Assyria is also Ba’al, and that’s what Kev said earlier. Belphegor is invoked by people who wish to find fame and wealth, specifically though, through creativity.

Yeah, but that’s what I’m saying—I’m used to seeing the creepy version, not the kind of geeky version that was there from 1862. See that one there just doesn’t do it for me. That’s just like the Hodgepodge fail. That’s the CRISPR Ba’al right there.

Yeah, it is. I had to think about what you were saying for a second.

Pay attention to what you’re focusing your attention on. You go to a dictionary type in the word entertain. The word entertain is typically defined in some variation as directing or directionalizing attention. So entertainment is to directionalize your attention, and when you do that, let’s say you go to a movie, you pay your ticket and when you buy your Netflix subscription, you pay for that.

What do you call it when you watch something or when you’re listening to something and you’re intently listening or watching you call it paying attention. So you’re paying attention with your energy, right?

And then when you go to a movie or buy your subscription, you’re paying with currency, which is currency—electricity—energy. So you’re paying with energy in a variety of different ways, and then something that’s called ‘Chaos Magic’, people might know that; you use sigils; you place those sigils—symbols, talismans, things like that—and the energy directed towards it helps to manifest it like an egregore, a tulpa, Tibetan thought forum, or various other names like ‘the bringing forth of artificial life’ like the alchemists tried to do with the Homunculus, the little man, or Crowley’s moon child.

So we’re talking about the creation of artificial synthetic life forms through the directionalizing of energy and attention. We’re talking about the usage of energy from people that unbeknownst to them, they’re being used while they’re being entertained, whether focused on sigils and they help to bring these things to life.

When you watch those music videos, not all of them, but a large number of them, I believe are outright in the open, blatantly, rituals of a very dark nature meant to invoke and conjure entities and demons. In this case, we know Ba’al with Billie Eilish, and when you pay attention to that, it’s not about like, “Hey, I’m a Christian, and if I watch this, I’m going to go to hell.” I don’t buy that angle. I’m not a Christian. All right, I don’t have any identification. I’m not an atheist either. I’m saying this from a very, very neutral standpoint, and there’s only one word that can be used to really describe it because I’m really critical of words like Satanism and evil and demons and stuff like that because if it’s over usage and over saturation, you watch stuff like this, there’s only one word that you can really use to describe it.

It’s Evil.

And if you take the word evil, you throw a ‘D’ on it, you get the devil, you take the word good, remove the ‘O’, you get the word God, but if you reverse the word evil, what do you get? You get L-I-V-E, you get live. Evil is an inversion of life, and when you have a promotion of death, destruction, rape, murder, as Crowley said, “anything bad, that’s what I want, death, destruction,” et cetera, et cetera, and that’s what you see promoted through these industries, and that’s what you see directed into the brains of children.

You know that maybe they’re not coming at this from a religious standpoint. They’re coming at this from the standpoint of they’re just really, really evil people, that don’t care about anything except power or because of that, they’ve opened themselves up to some kind of possession, and that works through them, through the celebrities, through the entertainers, and right into your head.

So be cautious, and what I would suggest, you wear the blind fold of discernment, you wear the blind fold from Bird Box, and you don’t put the blind fold on so you can’t see, you put the blind fold on, so you’re careful of what you look at, because if you look at the wrong thing, you might end up committing suicide.

Where attention goes, energy flows.

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