Predictive programming in the music industry.

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Let's now take a look at the probability of Paris Jackson being found dead by suicide in some hotel room in the near future. Being "found dead in a hotel room" is synonymous with ritual sacrifice within the music industry.

Ok let's see the most recent offerings from the press.

https://www.tmz.com/2019/03/16/pari...-attempted-suicide-leaving-neverland-michael/

....Which was refuted with....

https://news.sky.com/story/paris-ja...ake-of-leaving-neverland-controversy-11668032

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...icide-attempt-wake-Leaving-Neverland-doc.html

So it is safe to say that Paris Jackson's suicide has now been put "into the minds" of large numbers of people through various publications.

At this point I'll hand the magic show over to Panic At The Disco....



Climbing out the back door, didn't leave a mark
No one knows it's you, Miss Jackson
Found another victim
But no one's gonna find Miss Jackson, Jackson, Jackson

You put a sour little flavor in my mouth now
You move in circles hoping no one's gonna find out
But we're so lucky,
Kiss the ring and let 'em bow down
Looking for the time of your life
(ain't always gonna find out)

A pretty picture but the scenery is so loud,
A face like heaven catching lightning in your nightgown,
But back away from the water, babe, you might drown
The party isn't over tonight
(lightning in your nightgown)

Hey
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Hey
Out the back door
Goddamn
But I love her anyway
I love her anyway
I love her anyway
Out the back door
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?
Are you nasty?
I love her anyway

Oh
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Oh
Out the back door
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Way down 'til the fire finally dies out
You've got 'em wrapped around your finger
Watch 'em fall down
There's something beautiful and tragic in the fall out
Let me say it one more time
(tragic in the fall out)

Hey
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Hey
Out the back door,
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

I love her anyway
I love her anyway
Out the back door
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?
Are you nasty?
I love her anyway

Oh
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Oh
Out the back door
Goddamn
But I love her any...

Climbing out the back door, didn't leave a mark
No one knows it's you, Miss Jackson
Found another victim
But no one's gonna find Miss Jackson, Jackson, Jackson

I love her anyway

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?

Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Miss Jackson,
Are you nasty?
Are you nasty?
I love her anyway

Oh
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Oh
Out the back door
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

You don't need to be any type of detective to see the writing is on the wall for Paris Jackson.
I see the Panic at the Disco song as being about Janet Jackson because of her song "Nasty", but there could definitely be a message about Paris Jackson in there.

"No, my first name ain't 'baby'. It's Janet. Ms. Jackson, if you're nasty."

 





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Hmm. I don't see how the music industry could be used as a vehicle for agenda-pushing at all . . .
Interesting lyrics and aesthetics by artist Sickick:
Isn't this nice?
Another song 'bout a woman, but it's not about a woman
If you feel me, then let me hit you twice
Isn't this nice?
You got no clue what's coming
But believe me it's coming
Any minute you'll be running now
HITTEM' WITH THAT SICKICK!

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(Staying consistant with the distinct one eye motif for no apparent reason)
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Lot of similar themes of rebellion, liberation, overturning of the old order, etc. There is also a notable rise in media attempting to emancipate children from their parents and create the idea of them as "little adults". And music videos and artists like these are right there to step in and teach them how to be a citizen of this new order. But Idk, maybe I'm just being way too prudish and paranoid for a 21 year old. Best to ignore. ;)
 





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I see the Panic at the Disco song as being about Janet Jackson because of her song "Nasty", but there could definitely be a message about Paris Jackson in there.

"No, my first name ain't 'baby'. It's Janet. Ms. Jackson, if you're nasty."

I think making a public statement downplaying her father's indiscretions whilst asking people to look at the "bigger picture" could be construed as her insinuating the music industry as a whole holds some very dark secrets. This is part of what is on record....

"I’m just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture.

Now with the press making up apparently false allegations of a suicide attempt this indicates another "death by hotel" scenario.

As far as I'm aware Janet still plays ball with TPTB and isn't rocking the boat like her niece who could prove to be quite troublesome for some big industry insiders with multiple skeletons in the closet.

Only time will tell I guess.
 





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#BREAKING NEWS# .....Canada.

A brave and resolute group of men who have now totally had enough of the rampant feminist movement killing off genuine masculinity in their country have decided to take a stand. After securing some territory (strategically located) that is yet untouched by toxic environmental estrogens and general womanliness Canada's remaining "real men" wage a testosterone drenched battlecry of defiance....

 





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Back in my day we knew exactly what was what concerning the genders....there was very little of this gender confusion thing that is so prevalent today. Masculinity was just so.......well.....feminine.

 





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This is worth another spin today. Remember the so called "hidden" message?.... the end is coming, the end is coming.


But the question has to be, the end of what?

I will soon be doing a full and thorough exposè of this band. Watch this space.
 





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Watch your tongue or have it cut from your head
Save your life by keeping whispers unsaid
Children roam the streets, now orphans of war
Bodies hanging in the streets to adore

Royal flames will carve a path in chaos,
Bringing daylight to the night
Death is riding into town with armor,
They've come to take all your rights

Hail to the king, hail to the one
Kneel to the crown, stand in the sun
Hail to the king

Hail!
Hail!
Hail!
The King...

Blood is spilt while holding keys to the throne
Born again, but it's too late to atone
No mercy from the edge of the blade
Dare escape and learn the price to be paid

Let the water flow with shades of red now
Arrows black out all the light (light)
Death is riding into town with armor,
They've come to grant you your rights

Hail to the king, hail to the one
Kneel to the crown, stand in the sun
Hail to the king

Hail!
Hail!
Hail!
The King...


There's a taste of fear (hail, hail, hail)
When the henchmen call (hail, hail, hail)
Iron fist to tame the land (hail, hail, hail)
Iron fist to claim it all

Hail to the king, hail to the one
Kneel to the crown, stand in the sun

Hail to the king, hail to the one
Kneel to the crown, stand in the sun
Hail to the king!

Hail!
Hail!
Hail!

 





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I'm feeling the way that I'm feeling myself
Fuck everyone else
Gotta remember that nobody is better than anyone else, here
(Do you need some time to think it over?)
Look what they do to you
Look what they do to me
Must be joking if you think that either one is free, here

Get up off your knees, girl
Stand face to face with your God
And find out what you are
(Hello, my name is human)
Hello, my name is human
And I came down from the stars
(Hello, my name is human)

I'm ready for love and I'm ready for war
But I'm ready for more
I know that nobody's ever been this fucking ready before, hey
(Do you need some time to think it over?)
So figure it out or don't figure it out
I figured it out
The bigger the river (the bigger the river)
The bigger the drought (the bigger the drought)

Get up off your knees, boy
Stand face to face with your God
And find out what you are
(Hello, my name is human)
Hello, my name is human
And I came down from the stars
(Hello, my name is human)

Fire world, I love you
Fire world

I'm up off my knees, girl
I'm face to face with myself
And I know who I am
(Hello, my name is human)
I stole the power from the sun
I'm more than just a man
(No longer disillusioned)

(I'm not asking questions)
('Cause questions have answers)
(And I don't want answers)
I came down from the stars (so I'll take my chances)
(And what are the chances)
(That I could advance)
(On my own circumstances)
(Said "what are the chances?")
Hello, my name is human (and what are the chances?)
(I don't want your answers)
(I'm not asking questions)
(So you keep your answers)
And I know who I am (so you keep your answers)
(I'm not asking questions)
(I'm taking my chances)


Just imagine a world which is populated by 500,000,000 androgynous, semi synthetic totally programmable and controllable transhumans...this process is well under way already.
 





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Could this be an example of predictive programming with warnings of an apocalyptic, lonely future? It's everywhere these days--movies, TV, books, music.

 





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Could this be an example of predictive programming with warnings of an apocalyptic, lonely future? It's everywhere these days--movies, TV, books, music.

Quite possibly, yes.

I could post a large number of post apocalyptic video's which when viewed together paints a quite dark picture of our future.
 





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Some very weird imagery in this song. I'm unable to make an correlation between the random images of lizard people and aliens and what can only be interpreted as a love song.

They even managed an eye in a pyramid.

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Odd image for a love song.

Shame really because at one point I thought I was in love with the lead singer.

 





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Could this be an example of predictive programming with warnings of an apocalyptic, lonely future? It's everywhere these days--movies, TV, books, music.

If you look back over the years it's easy to see how certain bands have been programming society on a subconscious level with images of apocalyptic events. You will notice their quite deliberate Freemasonic imagery, it's there for all to see. In plain sight.

Some of the more obvious signs of masonic influences are;

Emotive themed songs on introduction to the public domain to affect the largest demographic.

High budget, highly produced music video's from relatively obscure artists.

Post apocalyptic or end times based video imagery.

Occult imagery and esoteric symbology.

This band have featured in this thread already with their openly Masonic video to My Sacrifice.

Again, just take a look at what imagery accompanies this song. How many "artists" bring images of asteroids hitting the earth into our minds through the vehicle of music?

Too many not to understand the relevance, that"s all I'm saying. Especially when Freemasonry is concerned.

 





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I thought I'd add this to your collection. I hear this on the online radio station I listen to. I find it amusing that the DJs are always praising him for being ½ Canadian, but why praise him when he sings stuff like this. Here's an excerpt of the lyrics he's singing:

I know sometimes, sometimes you feel no hope
Well Ive been there, Ive walked that lonely road, ooh
I took whatever devil offered me
Because I knew that he would set me free, oh!

 





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Anybody remember black mirror?


Meanwhile, over at Boston Dynamics


Now songs and video's such as this should be noted.

 





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Anybody remember black mirror?


Meanwhile, over at Boston Dynamics


Now songs and video's such as this should be noted.

Metalhead is one of my favorite Black Mirror episodes. Thought I was the only one who liked it. It reminded me of the Terminator movies (absolutely love T2 because it was the first of its kind to use CGI).
 





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Metalhead is one of my favorite Black Mirror episodes. Thought I was the only one who liked it. It reminded me of the Terminator movies (absolutely love T2 because it was the first of its kind to use CGI).
I think Charlie Brooker must have had some technical assistance from Boston Dynamics, the similarities between the two machines is quite uncanny.
 





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I think Charlie Brooker must have had some technical assistance from Boston Dynamics, the similarities between the two machines is quite uncanny.
I think that black mirror episode was supposed to mimic the boston dynamic robots but make them more advanced and show a dystopian/apocalyptic future where they killed everyone. It's pretty creepy. I think it was a good episode, one of my favorites.