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I had to go find the ESPN video in full. This is EXACTLY how I imagined these people calling on dark "muses" to guide them. Aimed at children. Garbage people.

This is just especially weird considering the puppet even says that he doesn't "like feeling angry".

While a "musecave*CAGE" is already odd enough in the sense that it's like a whole room dedicated for a shrine (as opposed to having inspiring decoration in some place like a bedroom), it's so inappropriate to glorify inspirations that rise from hatred and negativity.

What comes to mind with the video, and seeing the words "worthless" & "failure" is the Emo era of aesthetic, where it was trendy to surround yourself with things that inspired you to maybe kill yourself one day.

Or domestic terrorism, surrounding yourself with "inspirations" like serial killers and mass shooters (like those tumblrs dedicated to Columbine) that may inspire you to kill others some day.

This shit is freaky, a "musecave*CAGE" in its self is somewhat understandable as a way to hype up kids, but the way it transitioned at the end doesn't feel right.
 






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Worthwhile insight from Jamie Dlux as he connects Kobe with some very big players. (and not basketball players either)
 






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This is just especially weird considering the puppet even says that he doesn't "like feeling angry".

While a "musecave*CAGE" is already odd enough in the sense that it's like a whole room dedicated for a shrine (as opposed to having inspiring decoration in some place like a bedroom), it's so inappropriate to glorify inspirations that rise from hatred and negativity.

What comes to mind with the video, and seeing the words "worthless" & "failure" is the Emo era of aesthetic, where it was trendy to surround yourself with things that inspired you to maybe kill yourself one day.

Or domestic terrorism, surrounding yourself with "inspirations" like serial killers and mass shooters (like those tumblrs dedicated to Columbine) that may inspire you to kill others some day.

This shit is freaky, a "musecave*CAGE" in its self is somewhat understandable as a way to hype up kids, but the way it transitioned at the end doesn't feel right.
Do you know... I didn't even catch that he says "cage" vs "cave". Whole new level of 'wth'. I agree with absolutely everything you've said. I think it's amazing how he jumped the gap from 'inspiration board' to 'musecage' with the media backing this up. The emo era (I was punk rock, but that was a foray into emo-land) was definitely the beginning of the 'kill yourself' mindset they projected. Now "emo" is just the next mainstream band. Enlightening. Thanks for pointing this out!

Check out how they try to justify this creep.

 






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And look... I thought that maybe the second half of that video would be the "light" part of the musecage, yeah? Nope. Just a voiceover about basketball. No uplifting message at all. Kobe isn't even in it until the end.

 






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I had to go find the ESPN video in full. This is EXACTLY how I imagined these people calling on dark "muses" to guide them. Aimed at children. Garbage people.

There is really no way of knowing at this point whether Bryant was pointing to anger at Injustice and evil, or good. IDK.. I really don't see him as a nefarious person at all. Maybe just a bit lost. But children could take this any way, just as adults could.
 






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There is really no way of knowing at this point whether Bryant was pointing to anger at Injustice and evil, or good. IDK.. I really don't see him as a nefarious person at all. Maybe just a bit lost. But children could take this any way, just as adults could.
I was going to point out where I disagree, but honestly, if you don't see how horribly suggestive that is to children right off the bat, then nothing I point out would make you see it any differently. I think it's a stunning display of absolute brain-garbage.

Kobe: *Worthless, Failure* Dark musings make you feel BAD and ANGRY...
Puppet: *Nervous* Ahw… I don't like dark musings.
Kobe: Most people don't. But what they don't understand is that dark musings just may be our greatest source of energy and power.

*Cue freaky devil hate cartoon... "There's nothing you can do, there's nothing you can say. Hatred is the love in his heart, he plays with hate..."

Not quite sure how any adult could twist that into anything constructive or positive, let alone children.

*Edit: He was very specifically telling children how to summon their own power, in the most negative fashion possible, to win at something.
 






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I was going to point out where I disagree, but honestly, if you don't see how horribly suggestive that is to children right off the bat, then nothing I point out would make you see it any differently. I think it's a stunning display of absolute brain-garbage.

Kobe: *Worthless, Failure* Dark musings make you feel BAD and ANGRY...
Puppet: *Nervous* Ahw… I don't like dark musings.
Kobe: Most people don't. But what they don't understand is that dark musings just may be our greatest source of energy and power.

*Cue freaky devil hate cartoon... "There's nothing you can do, there's nothing you can say. Hatred is the love in his heart, he plays with hate..."

Not quite sure how any adult could twist that into anything constructive or positive, especially children.
I agree about the children part. But I also understand that the elite target children on both sides in the media. As I said.. I have no way of knowing what his intentions were, and yes it is unfortunate that children are involved. But he didn't start this.
As I said.. it could be taken in any way by children or adults, and that is unfortunate for sure.
 






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I agree about the children part. But I also understand that the elite target children on both sides in the media. As I said.. I have no way of knowing what his intentions were, and yes it is unfortunate that children are involved. But he didn't start this.
As I said.. it could be taken in any way by children or adults, and that is unfortunate for sure.
I think it's strange how a lot of people don't want to admit that this was an obviously horrible video. In addition to all of the other things expressed in this thread there are a bouquet of red flags. Oh well. Nobody is expected to agree on everything.
 






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@Stephania Now you've got me curious. You obviously took the video differently than I did. What were your thoughts on it? What would be another interpretation of it?
 






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What the heck did I just watch...??? That was disturbing! As you said, "Aimed at children. Garbage people." Succinctly put and I agree.
Also 'canvas city' city is a word play on 'kansas city' aka.. Oz.. and the ones who don't like this opressing shit in MK ultra are always trying go to get out of their shit by opposing their shit through their shit. Just saying. Is it right? No.. but do I get it seeing we are also in cages? Yes
Not that I agree with the intellect. There are better ways.. just saying
 






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Also . The colors purple, red, black and green are used by both sides.
I don't think you are being clear about where you are coming from. Both sides as in...?

And you believe he was angry at the Illuminati, so he created a program to what... mock them? I feel that this is a double backwards flip with a twist reach. Even if that were the case, he obviously was involved if he knew enough to put out this video (which ESPN signed off on and aired). If he was angry at them (which I don't buy- but for the sake of playing devil's advocate will imagine) then it would have been because they denied him something and he was throwing a temper tantrum. Because that does not look like the work of someone who has decided to deny the dark forces. If this was a message to the illuminati it was in the form of a threat that his "beast" was powerful.

But... I do not see that being the case. It looked like indoctrination and naturalization of nurturing darkness.
 






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I don't think you are being clear about where you are coming from. Both sides as in...?

And you believe he was angry at the Illuminati, so he created a program to what... mock them? I feel that this is a double backwards flip with a twist reach. Even if that were the case, he obviously was involved if he knew enough to put out this video (which ESPN signed off on and aired). If he was angry at them (which I don't buy- but for the sake of playing devil's advocate will imagine) then it would have been because they denied him something and he was throwing a temper tantrum. Because that does not look like the work of someone who has decided to deny the dark forces. If this was a message to the illuminati it was in the form of a threat that his "beast" was powerful.

But... I do not see that being the case. It looked like indoctrination and naturalization of nurturing darkness.
I have an open mind. I can see your points.
I was merely looking at both sides of interpretation.
IDK if you saw VC's article on Bryant.. but in the commercial that he mentions (now removed from YouTube, but his screenshots of it are still there) he is being targeted by a guy called 'the boss' (played by Kanye West- who he eventually defeats after the 'boss' tries to get away on a helecopter which explodes).. and Bryant also gets killed in helecopter with no help in that cartoon series mentioned in VCs article.(and pointed out by many here- including myself- unlike the commercial.)
So I'm trying to look at all sides of this.
'beast mode' is a pretty common term, unfortunately. It becomes confusing because of well.. beasts. For example.. I do not believe that the Beastie Boys are 'beasts'.. but are referring to that 'mode' term. It's too babbled at this point.. it becomes messy and confusing now.
 






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YouTube just recommended this to me:
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Graves 601 Hotel?!
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I have an open mind. I can see your points.
I was merely looking at both sides of interpretation.
IDK if you saw VC's article on Bryant.. but in the commercial that he mentions (now removed from YouTube, but his screenshots of it are still there) he is being targeted by a guy called 'the boss' (played by Kanye West- who he eventually defeats after the 'boss' tries to get away on a helecopter which explodes).. and Bryant also gets killed in helecopter with no help in that cartoon series mentioned in VCs article.(and pointed out by many here- including myself- unlike the commercial.)
So I'm trying to look at all sides of this.
'beast mode' is a pretty common term, unfortunately. It becomes confusing because of well.. beasts. For example.. I do not believe that the Beastie Boys are 'beasts'.. but are referring to that 'mode' term. It's too babbled at this point.. it becomes messy and confusing now.
I did see that commercial. I find it odd that so much that in his life included helicopters. Shoe line, multiple toys, commericals and tv shows showing death by helicopters.

I am open minded, as well. I have no dog in this fight... I simply saw what there is and I am not in any doubt at all that his career was occult run. I don't know all of the details of his life. I certainly would not go around assuming that anyone who goes "beast mode" or mentions "beast" was involved in luciferian shit. In this case... I personally have no reason to believe otherwise.
 






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IMHO.. I think the whole entertainment industry is insteeped in the occult- be it for supposed 'good' or nefarious reasons.

In this case... I personally have no reason to believe otherwise.
Can you elaborate on what you meant in that last sentence?
 






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IMHO.. I think the whole entertainment industry is insteeped in the occult- be it for supposed 'good' or nefarious reasons.



Can you elaborate on what you meant in that last sentence?
I mean that I haven't seen any reason to believe he was some lone "good" guy. I think you are under the impression that maybe I have some religious bias. I really don't. I've been "wiccan" for lack of a better word almost all of my life. I don't think I have to explain all of the reasons that most celebrities who are in the game are more than likely evil- since you are a member of this forum. I don't believe there are a group of celebrities who know how to manipulate energies out there doing it for the good of mankind. I believe that in many circumstances they are celebrities because they have been manipulated, blackmailed or are okay with the evil others are doing because they believe it will benefit them.
 






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