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Saturday, April 4, 2015

Evil exists

Posted on Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 4:00 AM

I went crazy listening to the spanish Shakira "Ojos Asi" song over and over one time. I was practicing a bellydance number so I would play this song on repeat until I got the coreography right. The song contains sacred Arabic chants, which I didn't understand, but later googled. The music was very catchy at first. After researching the song, I found it also contains ancient music modes called the Phrygian dominant, which is rumored to be satanic. I noticed in the video there were many images of the Evil Eye or the Eye of Ra; a symbol that holds much power. The next morning after an extra trying dance practice, I saw as clear as day with my naked eyes, a ring around the sun. After that, I went nuts. I was possessed but I have now been healed through Jesus Christ. I have recently taken to researching other demonic music groups to protect myself from falling victim to mind control and subliminal messaging. I read so many news articles of Insane Clown Posse (ICP) fans killing people. They go crazy and become violent, teenagers, adults, doing mass killings and they even kill members of their own family. I read an article of a teenager who killed his own grandmother. He was a fan of ICP. Their lyrics contain extreme violence and talk of things like killing police in their song "3 little pigs". Do not listen to these songs. They are evil. The FBI actually investigated the members of the ICP rap group. I think music has a lot of hidden messages and power and people need to be aware of this. Some things are not good. The illuminati is real. People like Rosanne Barr, Amanda Bynes and Bill Cosby stood up to the illuminati and they were taken down. Rely on Jesus, do not pray to false Gods. —Discharged from the rubber room

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