Death Metal and the Modern Military
When tribes form, they feed on telepathic energy and ceremony and ritual are used to focus and amplify the communal spirit. In the past, a tribe decided what sort of energy they were going to celebrate. Today, the state has taken over that role, and if you look around the media, you can easily see our real state religion seems to revolve around Satanism and the dark side. Which is not to say the people running this system are involved in that sort of worship necessarily, although they could be, only that their mind control program involves shifting youth over to the dark side, making it easier to pit us against Arab fundamentalists. In the sixties, we were headed in the opposite direction, so you have to wonder how the whole movement was turned 180 degrees with such apparent success?
Music has always been a huge part of ceremony and ritual…and mind control.
The picture above is an inscription of the famous hymn to Apollo that was sung just prior to battle in early Greece. You can actually listen to a recreation of this hymn, a Paean that sometimes decided a battle before it was even fought, so intensely did it alter the psychic field of combat after being sung by thousands of Greeks ready to lay down their lives. [http://youtu.be/4gyTx7-l3MM]
In the minds of most Greeks, Apollo was connected to the Oracle at Delphi, whose magic reigned supreme at the time. For some Apollo may have represented the father sigil. He was obviously a masculine energy suitable for war, but he would soon morph into a messiah figure for future generations, and eventually even turned into Jesus Christ. Apollo was not, however, exclusively the god of war or even associated with the dark side, that would have been Ares or Hades, much harsher dudes, who probably would have inspired much different scales and melodic styles (more dissonance for sure), just as the Beatles sound a lot different from Metallica. According to Wikipedia, this first-known example of music and warfare has the following construction:
“The First Hymn is in the cretic (quintuple) meter and in the Phrygian and Hyperphrygian: an archaic pentatonic effect is produced in the lowest tetrachords by avoiding lichanos, while above mese (nominally middle C) there is modulation between a conjunct chromatic tetrachord (C D♭ D F) and a disjunct diatonic one (D E♭ F G), extended by two more chromatic notes, “A♭ and A.”
And if you can follow that, you know a lot more music theory than I do. Maybe someone can translate?
I just watched a fascinating documentary on youtube that reveals how music is being employed in mind control. It goes into the history, but doesn’t mention any national anthems or hymns, both of which are primary examples of music mind control. The amazing thing is that Satanist Death Metal is actually used as the soundtrack on the iPods of the soldiers at war these days. These are not prayers to Apollo, my friends, but prayers to Satan. It sort of makes me uncomfortable, but then I can’t watch my kids play shooter video games without squirming and running from the room in horror, and I’m sure a lot of kids are playing Death Metal while playing shooter games these days, getting ready for the day when they can have a blast doing the real thing with real blood splatters (and if that doesn’t work out, they can don their battle gear and shoot up the local movie theater with their iPod playing their favorite hymn to Satan). A lot of our media is actually designed to help people kill people. See, unless you’re a psycho or longtime user of SSRI’s, killing people runs against your deepest instincts. So before you go to war, it’s best if you get re-programmed, otherwise the post-traumatic stress is going to wreck your life anyway.
Even more disturbing, the same music is used as torture at Guantanamo Bay prison, a site that has been created to brainwash and prepare MKULTRA robots for ops for the next 30 years, no doubt. It’s all part of the evolution of the science of torture and mind control. If they weren’t using death metal, it could just as easily be Sesame Street or Wagner or anything else. You just have to play it loud enough so that the person being tortured can’t hear themselves think, which means they can’t think. After 200 or 300 days of continuous music torture, they’ll introduce a messiah figure to rescue you. This figure will be used as your psychic guiding light for the rest of your life and will finally save you from the evil dude who has been physically and verbally messing with you for months. Some day that messiah may even send you on a mission where you get killed, but they won’t tell you about that in advance. After you’ve been a useful tool in the geopolitical game of drugs, guns and manufactured conflict for profit, your mental wreckage will be easily discarded. So get ready for the names of those people tortured in Cuba to start showing up on the most-wanted lists around the world because you know that’s the sort of blowback you can expect from this operation.
Please watch the following documentary, and pay close attention when the guy from Sesame Street interviews the death metal dude and and he says something like, “If American troops are using my music to stay awake and on point, I applaud that.” Dude, the soldiers are playing your hymn to Satan in order to extract more pleasure from the death of human beings and to help them count coop over those souls to expand their own ego. Is this really the vibe you want to hand down to your children? Or can we expect you to repent at some point and find a less harmful sigil to pump energy into?