Kpop Satanic/Illuminati Influence

Hon33

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I came across this tweet today and has me a bit shocked. Months ago, when promoting his band's new single, "Chronosaurus", F3lix from Str@y Kids twisted his tounge and said "Corona" instead. Even fans in the comment sections are claiming now that they read it as "Coronavirus" at first, and these words look and sound eerily similar. The word "Chronosaurus" is made up. Is it possible that they knew about the virus beforehand and used the mv as predictive programming? On the other hand, idols are only insignificant pawns of the Illuminati and TBTB don't bother to inform them about their plans, they just go along with it. Any thoughts?
It didn’t happen months ago. It happened just a few days ago - 18th March - during a game they were playing on a live feed. They had to guess the title of some of their own songs and he simply pronounced “chrono...” (from chronosaurus) as “corono...”. It wasn’t even as obvious as that. I’ve seen the video. They automatically picked up on the mistake and corrected it.
It’s not an unusual pronunciation, given he’s Australian.
 






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It didn’t happen months ago. It happened just a few days ago - 18th March - during a game they were playing on a live feed. They had to guess the title of some of their own songs and he simply pronounced “chrono...” (from chronosaurus) as “corono...”. It wasn’t even as obvious as that. I’ve seen the video. They automatically picked up on the mistake and corrected it.
It’s not an unusual pronunciation, given he’s Australian.
Ahh I see, thank you for the brief, I am not familiar with the band so I picked up this info from some comments. My question still stands though about their company, but maybe it's all a coincidence as the outbreak happened recently so it could be natural for him to mix up the words.
 






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Ahh I see, thank you for the brief, I am not familiar with the band so I picked up this info from some comments. My question still stands though about their company, but maybe it's all a coincidence as the outbreak happened recently so it could be natural for him to mix up the words.
No worries. Stray Kids are under JYP. As far as companies go, they actually have a relative amount of control over writing lyrics, composing, choreography etc.
The group has two Australian members - Felix and Chan - they both have quite strong accents. When Felix tried to say Chronosaurus, the first part sounded like “corono” because of the accent. He was mortified when he realised, probably because he didn’t want to seem to be joking about something so serious.
They do write songs which have meaning - their lyricists are really intelligent guys. Each song and album tells a story. Their song Chronosaurus is like a word play between the name of the Greek God, Cronos - the god of time - and Kronosaurus which is an extinct, Australian, predatory dinosaur.
Basically the song shows how time is a bit like a predator which we are always running from and struggling to stay ahead of it. It has lots of relevance in today’s society but I don’t think it’s linked to coronavirus.
Hope, you are well
 






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stanning (literally destroys the soul and your sense of reality)
kdrama or any mass forms of onscreen entertainment for that matter (rife with redundant bs themes and subtle/not so subtle taunthouse of mk ultra symbolism it promotes the nasty satanic entertainment industry because the cycled abused actors all have alters and by subconsciously absorbing every drip of that bs because of your hyper engrossment you're giving them more than enough disadvantaged leeway room to inculcate you by pervading you with that excessive blasphemous imagery you're letting to be seeded in your off guarded vulnerability)
manga (persistent bombardment of explicit sexual deviations that get SO old)

none of these are hard to quit 100% than ear worm music. devil knows what he's doing,, on that note what would happen if i a mere human being attempted to bitchslap satan to oblivion would i have god's protection? rhetorically joking, sorry.
but modern hip hop music and its evil essence has nothing on god's armor. if i wear god's complete armor from head to toe i know i'll be sthronger than his addictive audial seduction.
Exactly
(this was also a refreshing reminder for me what you said thank you )
Lmao (don't be sorry it was funny )
But that is the angel Michael role to cast out the serpent ;)
and yes always wear God's armor and read his word because this will be your sword against your own goliath (it won't be without struggle but remember Joshua 1:9
Be strong :)
 






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Hey Angel and Demons of the Internet! I'm Back, here's the second part of the serie: WHY K-POP IS EVIL. The presentation focuses on symbolism found in K-Pop music videos. Hope you enjoy and i'm open for contructive criticism on both the topic and the layout/animation of the video.

 






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No worries. Stray Kids are under JYP. As far as companies go, they actually have a relative amount of control over writing lyrics, composing, choreography etc.
The group has two Australian members - Felix and Chan - they both have quite strong accents. When Felix tried to say Chronosaurus, the first part sounded like “corono” because of the accent. He was mortified when he realised, probably because he didn’t want to seem to be joking about something so serious.
They do write songs which have meaning - their lyricis are really intelligent guys. Each song and album tells a story. Their song Chronosaurus is like a word play between the name of the Greek God, Cronos - the god of time - and Kronosaurus which is an extinct, Australian, predatory dinosaur.
Basically the song show s how time is a bit like a predator which we are always running from and struggling to stay ahead of it. It has lots of relevance in today’s society but I don’t think it’s linked to coronavirus.
Hope, you are well
Thank you so much for this, I now get the full story, hearing this is relieving as it really shocked me at first, maybe I should research more on them. It is so refreshing to hear that they do enjoy some sort of artistic freedom, I only witnessed that with Seventeen and Mamamoo. But based on your description, I feel a bit worried now about their references to Kronos ( Saturn) tbh as he is assossiated with the devil worship in the dark occult, I hope that they are not into this kind of stuff and don't use the time reference for duality reasons, they sound talented so that would be a waste of their talents. I will definitely look them up since I can't make a personal conclusion of them otherwise as you carefully reminded me. Thank you, I too hope that you and your family are well, please stay healthy and safe. <3
 






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Hon33

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Thank you so much for this, I now get the full story, hearing this is relieving as it really shocked me at first, maybe I should research more on them. It is so refreshing to hear that they do enjoy some sort of artistic freedom, I only witnessed that with Seventeen and Mamamoo. But based on your description, I feel a bit worried now about their references to Kronos ( Saturn) tbh as he is assossiated with the devil worship in the dark occult, I hope that they are not into this kind of stuff and don't use the time reference for duality reasons, they sound talented so that would be a waste of their talents. I will definitely look them up since I can't make a personal conclusion of them otherwise as you carefully reminded me. Thank you, I too hope that you and your family are well, please stay healthy and safe. <3
I think when you look into the group, you are probably going to see things that I don’t see because we’re coming at this from different perspectives - which is fine. You are entitled to your opinions and I respect that.
Stray Kids do write songs which and produce videos in which many will see things they consider suspicious.
However, sometimes life can be refreshing when you look at it without an agenda.
Thank you for your kind wishes. I hope you stay well too
 






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Getting hooked on K-pop is one of the worst things that's happened to me. It started because I like dancing, but it's literally taken over my life. Everything just sucks you in deeper and deeper so I'm glad this forum exists because it opens your eyes to the reality. I see the symbolisms in their gestures and music videos but I ignore it because the idols are so nice and everything is so friendly lol...It's so weird and addictive. What disturbs me is how they promote unity and closeness, like they make you feel like you're part of them when in reality you aren't. They do live shows in bed and chilling, and openly be vulnerable around each other to make you feel like you're close to them. I think that's what messes with your head aswell. I was watching a exo fan video thing and it was so weird how fans were chanting, "we are one" like they're part of a cult...but I still like exo and I'm still addicted, I know, I'm an idiot lol It doesn't help that I enjoy learning kpop dances coz I'm 100% sure the music is part of the problem and not good for you.
 






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I think when you look into the group, you are probably going to see things that I don’t see because we’re coming at this from different perspectives - which is fine. You are entitled to your opinions and I respect that.
Stray Kids do write songs which and produce videos in which many will see things they consider suspicious.
However, sometimes life can be refreshing when you look at it without an agenda.
Thank you for your kind wishes. I hope you stay well too
Yes, I totally agree, having a wide perspective is always refreshing and I definitely don't enjoy being close-minded at all. Most of the time I don't usually look at the world having an angenda on my mind, it's more like I instantly recognize spiritual aspects in very specific instances, and the entertainment industry in general is full of them since the ancient times, but it's certainly not always a bad thing, which is why I use critical thinking at the same time since things aren't black and white as you pointed out. Personally, when I came onto this forum I was quite oblivious to the variant agendas, I was just detecting occultic signs as I am into occultism myself. Thank you again for everything, I hope to hear from you soon~
 






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Getting hooked on K-pop is one of the worst things that's happened to me. It started because I like dancing, but it's literally taken over my life. Everything just sucks you in deeper and deeper so I'm glad this forum exists because it opens your eyes to the reality. I see the symbolisms in their gestures and music videos but I ignore it because the idols are so nice and everything is so friendly lol...It's so weird and addictive. What disturbs me is how they promote unity and closeness, like they make you feel like you're part of them when in reality you aren't. They do live shows in bed and chilling, and openly be vulnerable around each other to make you feel like you're close to them. I think that's what messes with your head aswell. I was watching a exo fan video thing and it was so weird how fans were chanting, "we are one" like they're part of a cult...but I still like exo and I'm still addicted, I know, I'm an idiot lol It doesn't help that I enjoy learning kpop dances coz I'm 100% sure the music is part of the problem and not good for you.
OMG finally I found someone who has the exact same struggle as me! Personally what hooked to kp0p is my passion and love for dancing as well! I want to get out of it but because I love dancing and creating choreos, I am still hooked no matter how hard I try to isolate myself far away from kp0p in general, it just never works because dancing brings me back in to it again and again. It feels like an endless loophole and idk what to do tbh. On one hand I love dancing so much to the point I can't stop thinking about dance routines every single day and it occupies my mind but on the other hand I feel guilty because I do not feel comfortable with what the industry, artists and music/lyrics are all about especially the dark side of it including the symbolism etc. So yeah I am stuck but, I know one day I will find an alternative, just gotta be a bit more patient.
 






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OMG finally I found someone who has the exact same struggle as me! Personally what hooked to kp0p is my passion and love for dancing as well! I want to get out of it but because I love dancing and creating choreos, I am still hooked no matter how hard I try to isolate myself far away from kp0p in general, it just never works because dancing brings me back in to it again and again. It feels like an endless loophole and idk what to do tbh. On one hand I love dancing so much to the point I can't stop thinking about dance routines every single day and it occupies my mind but on the other hand I feel guilty because I do not feel comfortable with what the industry, artists and music/lyrics are all about especially the dark side of it including the symbolism etc. So yeah I am stuck but, I know one day I will find an alternative, just gotta be a bit more patient.
same, the music and choreo is so cool and catchy to look at, whats worse is that i want to imitate the dance too lol, they're corrupting our minds, honestly if i've never been sent that stupid bts airplane pt 2 song from my friend 2 years ago, i'd never would've heard of kpop and i would never have been wasting time with the garbage
the stupid bias thing is mainly the reason im still kinda hooked to it, but to reason with myself, they dont know me and i'll never meet and marry them lol
 






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Speaking of Str@y K1ds, the youngest member I:N made a new post on Inst@gr@m (they are very active there) and MTeaV made a comment saying "literal perfection".
What is that supposed to mean? I've never seen them comment under any of their posts. Are they targetting him? Is he supposed to be the next big thing? He just turned 19 last month...
The caption says "wink ><". You know, one eye. He didn't wink in this post but it surely is suspicious.
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Corona clip with the theme, confinement of people during the epidemic. Punchnello surfs the Internet...:
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I have not found the article yet, but the men with the X eyes with a dental smile:
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He also has the X on the sunglasses, the sunglasses, hearts, rabbit heads on the glasses, question marks, exclamation marks, a line in each eye, on the sunglasses forming a cat look. Symbols that emphasize a sexual side. It also appears with a sweater, with long striped bars, not to be confused, with the four striped bars, symbols of sacrifices, the large striped bars must, surely symbolized a symbol of sexual slave, symbolizing the days which pass but which look alike. The cat symbolizing the vagina. A striped bar appears in Suga's Interlude clip.

They also appear in the clip, very electronic of Ritmo de Black Eyes Pease:

He also has a five-pointed star on his right cheek, in Suga's Interlude, appears to the left of Suga, a five-pointed star, which represents, the same thing as the cat:
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It also has in the interlude clip, the fans however, if you looked closely, you will see S striped vertically, which represents the financing of music and W whose meaning I forgot...:
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The crown has three points, which can be called the three candles on Sulli's cake in Gobelin represent the alters egos. On the crown, the last point, associated with the five-pointed star, represents the vagina. In the image on the right appear red rose petals, symbol of passion, violent sexuality.
 






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