 The ideology that comes from these occult themes seen is that music artists sold their soul to Satan. gave their soul up to the Illuminati for all the riches and power on earth. .

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” (Pines. it is true. 1993) . otherwise it simply would not be an ideological process. Hence he imagines false or seeming motive forces. 1989. but with a false consciousness. The real motive forces impelling him remain unknown to him. defined in the following manner: Ideology is a process accomplished by the socalled thinker consciously.“Engels.

. Reinforcing the idea of “selling your soul to the devil”. It is said that there are a lot of hidden messages and symbolic signs in music videos that proves that the celebrities worship Satan. Lately. music videos seem to have very dark and satanic feel to them.

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for it exemplifies the supernatural power they wield from Lord Lucifer.“This symbol is the single most important symbol of the Illuminati. 2002) . from Satan himself.” (Scheers.

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.  The perception of young ones are being brought to attention. Music artists nowadays show a lot of visuals that relate to following the devil or devilish things. Young kids who watch these music artists perform do not know what the symbols or videos that the artists are representing means and therefore are likely to follow just because the artist they love do it.

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