The Illuminati and The Music Industry

Posted: November 27, 2012 in Uncategorized

My last post, I ended it off about a man named Aleistar Crowley.  Crowley was who was responsible for founding the religious philosophy of Thelema. In his role as the founder of the Thelemite philosophy, he came to see himself as the prophet who was entrusted with informing humanity that it was entering the new Aeon of Horus in the early 20th century.


Quick tangent: Horus, Isis, and Osiris are the ancient gods of Egypt and are the three gods that Illuminati and Satanist followers worship (of course next to Lucifer). Osiris and Isis are married, Horus is their child (recall the last post about the ‘the eye of Horus”, the all seeing eye on the back of the dollar bill atop the pyramid). 

….so yeah, back to this Crowley dude. As stated before, he claimed to be the “anointed one” for the lack of a better phrase. He has often been looked up as the “Jesus Christ” to the Iluminati, intertwining his own teachings of Thelema with Illuminati belief.

Crowley was also bisexual, a recreational drug experimenter and a social critic. Because of this, he gained widespread notoriety during his lifetime, and was denounced in the popular press of the day as “the wickedest man in the world”.

While staying in Egypt in 1904, he claimed that he ‘received’ a text known as The Book of the Law from what he claimed was a divine source, This book later became “bible” for Satanists.

“Do what thou wilt”. This statement is quoted in the book of law several times and indicates that adherents, who are known as Thelemites or Satanists, should seek out and follow their own true path in life, known as their true will. Basically, do what the hell YOU WANT!


Now on to the interesting stuff. Crowley was originally from Great Britain. He returned in the 1940’s and began spreading his teachings from of Thelema and covert Illuminati beliefs. He began getting involved with the music industry (for more information in depth, google Aleistar Crowley and the music industry). Many artists began taking a liking to his teachings, particularly the biggest and most successful music group in the history of music.

Prior to their crossover mainstream success , The Beatles were a local act and very big followers of the teachings of Aleistar Crowley. This, of course, has been written off as nothing but accusations with no proof but rumors from the past. There are, however, two things that make it seem believable.

John Lennon, considered to be the leader of the Beatles, wrote a lot of songs that mimicked the ideas of Crowley;

“Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today”

Not buying it? Cool. Here’s the next thing. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (often referred to simply as Sgt. Pepper was the eighth album by  the Beatles. Released in June 1967, Rolling Stone called it “the most important rock & roll album ever made … by the greatest rock & roll group of all time.”

The album cover has a crowd of people on it, so it’s hard to notice who anyone is BUT….IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY, YOU ARE ABLE TO SEE…..


Coincidence? Possibilities? Crazy talk? You decide.

From this point on is where we start to see the emergence of symbols within our music; during a period in which music was going through what was considered a “golden age”. Now, it may seem as though this beat is reporting on something that took place decades ago but in actuality, these signs are being examined by experts today and the correlation with music then and now will be shown in later posts. But I will end this one right here.


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