Kobe Bryant is gone

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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.
I never said he was some 'lone good guy'. To be honest.. I never knew your religious beliefs before now.
I don't believe that there are a group of celebrities who know how to manipulate energies out there for the good either. But they try. There are definitely 2 sides to this 'game'. Unfortunately.. the ones that don't like the evil side are all in their ways. You can't defeat evil without God or in their ways.. aka occult. But this has been a problem for thousands of years. Even the Bible has a recurrent theme of God's people picking up the idols of their enemies to defeat them, which always backfires. Because.. it's all of the evil ones idols and ways. Only through faith and truly righteous deeds done with no personal agenda can one defeat evil. But I digress.

Anyways.. YouTube and Google sure are suggesting some interesting videos and articles for me today RE: Bryant. First him playing piano at a hotel 'Graves', then the Kill Bill reference as both posted above.. and now this.
 






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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.
IT was a horrible video NO DOUBT. Disturbing and twisted. I wonder if the handlers say something like "You must make this video or else" I wonder what kind of threats they throw out there to make the slaves comply.
 






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I wonder if the handlers say something like "You must make this video or else" I wonder what kind of threats they throw out there to make the slaves comply.
Maybe the compulsion is...make the video and you’ll be famous?
 






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IT was a horrible video NO DOUBT. Disturbing and twisted. I wonder if the handlers say something like "You must make this video or else" I wonder what kind of threats they throw out there to make the slaves comply.
I'm not sure. According to all reports, Kobe's next big goal was to get into the entertainment industry by writing and producing. I think that video was a reflection of how he really thought. When I go look at these people I look for a few key things.

Where their parents/family already successful in the industry? *YES*

Was the family involved with the military? *I didn't verify. His Dad did end up coaching an they moved to many places. Joe Bryant has also coached in Italy, Japan, and Thailand. When someone travels the world like this, I start wondering about CIA involvement.*

A trend I also see when researching is early death of parents, living with grandparents and frequent travel. Not all of those applied but I'm catching the vibe anyways.

Did you know he went to his senior prom with Brandy?

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I guess what my point is, is that if they are indoctrinated from a young age, things like that video are not outlandish to them, it's just what he thinks is natural. I'm sure he saw nothing wrong with it. *eyeroll*
 






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Interesting video. The guy looks up the writer of the Kobe cartoon plane crash episode and surprise, surprise....

 






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I'm not sure. According to all reports, Kobe's next big goal was to get into the entertainment industry by writing and producing. I think that video was a reflection of how he really thought. When I go look at these people I look for a few key things.

Where their parents/family already successful in the industry? *YES*

Was the family involved with the military? *I didn't verify. His Dad did end up coaching an they moved to many places. Joe Bryant has also coached in Italy, Japan, and Thailand. When someone travels the world like this, I start wondering about CIA involvement.*

A trend I also see when researching is early death of parents, living with grandparents and frequent travel. Not all of those applied but I'm catching the vibe anyways.

Did you know he went to his senior prom with Brandy?

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I guess what my point is, is that if they are indoctrinated from a young age, things like that video are not outlandish to them, it's just what he thinks is natural. I'm sure he saw nothing wrong with it. *eyeroll*
You're right, it's the indoctrination. I feel for all the child stars that were shoved into this horrible entertainment mafia with no guarantee of anything good. Exploitation is guaranteed though, it's so sad. Do what they love at a price. Just remember those people have absolutely no problem doing away with anyone :mad::mad::mad:
It recently came about the Brandy prom date, she being another pawn?
He and his daughter went to a church service before the crash at 7am
Maybe he knew what was going to happen???
 






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You're right, it's the indoctrination. I feel for all the child stars that we shoved into this horrible entertainment mafia with no guarantee of anything good. Exploitation is guaranteed though, it's so sad. Do what they love at a price. Just remember those people have absolutely no problem doing away with anyone :mad::mad::mad:
It recently came about the Brandy prom date, she being another pawn?

Maybe he knew what was going to happen???
It is sad. Perpetual cycle of abuse. About Brandy... I'm not sure. But it sure looks like the shoe fits.
 






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Interesting video. The guy looks up the writer of the Kobe cartoon plane crash episode and surprise, surprise....

Wow thanks for posting A.J.! it so confirms what we already knew but it's more detailed. I'm still sad about it though but he's so spot on. The ones that speak up/out or want out have something terrible happen :(:mad: I discourage anyone I know from wanting to be famous or rich, it's an enslaving life and the evil one is always lurking.
Better to be with Yahweh and serve him no matter what. Who cares of they ridicule, God has the ultimate say and he will do away with all the evil ones.
 






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Kobe was satanic. I'm sure all the illuminati elite and kobe himself believe he is in paradise now. This satanic ritual is their way of obtaining eternal life. His own daughter and other was the sacrifice to fuel this satanic ritual sending kobe to "eternal life" as a egyptian god. I think it's clear kobe knew what's going down (no pun intended), and sacrifice his daughter anyway to enhance his witchcraft. These people are twisted, don't feel bad for them, they reap what they sow.
 






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ABC Puts Kobe Bryant Documentary Special on Hulu Day After His Death, Confusing Fans

By Christian Long - February 5, 2020 11:23 pm EST

A recent documentary special on the late Kobe Bryant is confusing fans. Not so much for the content itself, which focuses on the NBA star who died tragically on Jan. 26 in a helicopter crash, but over its availability on streaming. The special, Kobe Bryant: The Death of a Legend initially aired the night of his death on ABC and, as noted by Decider, was available to stream on Hulu the following day.

The hour-long special is hosted by Good Morning America anchors Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan, which features reporting on the details surrounding the helicopter crash as well as interviews with basketball players and people who knew Bryant. Still, the immediacy of the production was off-putting to some.

"How is there already a Kobe memorial documentary on Hulu," tweeted one fan. "This s— is f—ed, [please] give it a SECOND."
"I already know I'm not emotionally stable enough to watch it yet," another wrote that.

A third pleaded to "let me cope damnit," while another added just days after the accident that "It hasn't been a week...."

While some are having trouble adjusting to the thought of watching a memorial special on someone who'd only died unexpectedly a few days prior, others are simply perplexed over how the production could've come together so fast.

"But can someone explain how does Kobe Bryant pass away and then like two or three days later there's already a series about him on Hulu though," another fan asked.

"Hulu already has a doc on Kobe's life and death hours right after he died," yet another pointed out, adding, "Like, how?"
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ABC Puts Kobe Bryant Documentary Special on Hulu Day After His Death, Confusing Fans

By Christian Long - February 5, 2020 11:23 pm EST

A recent documentary special on the late Kobe Bryant is confusing fans. Not so much for the content itself, which focuses on the NBA star who died tragically on Jan. 26 in a helicopter crash, but over its availability on streaming. The special, Kobe Bryant: The Death of a Legend initially aired the night of his death on ABC and, as noted by Decider, was available to stream on Hulu the following day.

The hour-long special is hosted by Good Morning America anchors Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan, which features reporting on the details surrounding the helicopter crash as well as interviews with basketball players and people who knew Bryant. Still, the immediacy of the production was off-putting to some.

"How is there already a Kobe memorial documentary on Hulu," tweeted one fan. "This s— is f—ed, [please] give it a SECOND."
"I already know I'm not emotionally stable enough to watch it yet," another wrote that.

A third pleaded to "let me cope damnit," while another added just days after the accident that "It hasn't been a week...."

While some are having trouble adjusting to the thought of watching a memorial special on someone who'd only died unexpectedly a few days prior, others are simply perplexed over how the production could've come together so fast.

"But can someone explain how does Kobe Bryant pass away and then like two or three days later there's already a series about him on Hulu though," another fan asked.

"Hulu already has a doc on Kobe's life and death hours right after he died," yet another pointed out, adding, "Like, how?"
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VERY DISTURBING. Like the guy in the video said, they knew since 2016 what was going to happen. It's so weird that not more people reject a life of fame and wealth, they'd rather take their chances, even if it means they might end up paying with their lives or those around them.
 






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VERY DISTURBING. Like the guy in the video said, they knew since 2016 what was going to happen. It's so weird that not more people reject a life of fame and wealth, they'd rather take their chances, even if it means they might end up paying with their lives or those around them.
I guess they are blinded by all the excess and celebrity status granted to them by the controlled media. They completely forget that its all illusion and everything comes with a price. Reminds me of this Superbowl ad.

 






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I guess they are blinded by all the excess and celebrity status granted to them by the controlled media. They completely forget that its all illusion and everything comes with a price. Reminds me of this Superbowl ad.

I remember seeing that ad!!! and I remember thinking in our faces! Whoever is watching it will probably not give it much thought. Most people are not taught that there's more to life than fame and money. It's actually a shallow and sad life. You're right, they're blinded and definitely NOT thinking :(
I remember seeing a cartoon as a kid and it had the same theme, sign a contract with the devil. I think it was tom and jerry but I've seen that same concept, it's like telling kids that it's ok to do it. As a child you don't understand and there's no one there to explain. SO many kids growing up thinking it's totally ok :oops:
 






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Wonder what it says? Hmmm.

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I think its something about signature magic symbol devils and demons.

 






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