Michael Jackson: Occult Disciple?

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Michael Jackson otherwise known as “The King of Pop.”  I would say rest in peace; but, after reviewing the careful research of G. Craig Lewis, I do not believe he ended up in a good place.  There was a reason he earned the title of “King” of popular music and it included sorcery otherwise known as witchcraft.  If you do not understand the past you will never understand the present nor the future.

Those of us old enough to witness the rise of Michael Jackson remember his origination in the Jackson 5, The Jacksons and inevitably to the “King of Pop”.   His solo career trumped the success of his family band days and he became musical royalty.  We watched in fascination as he transformed not only his facial features, but his original beautiful skin tone to pasty white. All of this will make sense to you after reading this post and watching the videos.

Michael Jackson became the most successful disciple of the occult, since Aleister Crowley, who died in 1947. For those of you who have never heard of Aleister Crowley, he was known as “the father of modern satanism”.  Yes,  he would dress in black robes and perform sexual ritual orgies and blood sacrifice.   He is also famous for spending the night in the Pyramid of Giza and channeling the “Book of Law”.  You might have even seen Jay-Z wearing a black hoodie with the number one law of the book, “Do what thou wilt” if you have not please Google it.

Aleister Crowley, was quietly worshiped in the heavy metal and rock and roll industry, including the Beatles.  In fact Crowley’s photo appeared on the Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper album cover.  He hated God with a passion and his writings made this no secret. He was adored by musicians because he successfully deciphered ancient occult rituals (aka, magic) and opened doorways to communicate in other dimensions.  Michael Jackson followed his teachings and his wealth and hermetic lifestyle made him the perfect disciple.  Let’s take a look at the evidence.

We have to study the ancient past  in order to understand the present.  Michael Jackson can be clearly linked to the Sumerian Cybele.  She was the earthly Priestess of the Sumerian Goddess Inanna, holding the keys “Me” of the Holy Tavern and Cult Harlotry–though a Harlot was actually a priestess of the Egyptian Goddess Hathor. Cybele was worshiped and ritualized by a court of male “Corybants”.  Here is the definition:

Corybant:
one of the attendants or priests of Cybele noted for wildly emotional processions and rites

Let’s take a look at the characteristics of a Corybant:

  • Hair dressed or waved like women
  • Used heavy make up
  • Faces were white washed
  • They were castrated
  • Companions to infants and children
  • Participated in coming of age rituals and ceremonies
  • Practiced divination and magic to make money
  • They made wild cries and high pitched shrills while they danced
  • When possessed by the “deity” they would dance wildly and uncontrollably

Matthew 4:3

During that time the devil came and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become loaves of bread.

If you were on a jury would you agree Michael Jackson matches many of these criteria?  He admittedly had a room of “rotating” mirrors in his house where he would channel spirits. Do you not find it odd he would regularly place himself into comas? Why not take a powerful sleeping pill or smoke a blunt?  He was in search of the next hit song and he found the avenue through the occult.  This was his way of staying in the dream world to commune with ancient deities.

We Are the World
by Lionel Richie & Michael Jackson

Send them your heart so they’ll know that someone cares
And their lives will be stronger and free
As God has shown us by turning stones to bread
So we all must lend a helping hand

In the DVD,  “They Sold Their Souls for Rock and Roll”, it is documented how Michael Jackson claimed that he was in touch with spirit entities and that he used a special room full of mirrors to commune with these spirits. Jackson claimed that he sought their guidance in regard to using their music. He even went so far as to claim that music was audibly communicated to him through dreams and that he was merely the messenger bringing these songs into the world.

Another occult match between Aleister Crowley and and Michael Jackson in the number 777.  Aleister Crowley wrote a book titled “777 and other Qabalistic Writings of Aleister Crowley.”  It is collection of writings on Gematria and 777, an overview of symbolism of the major world religions and the system of correspondence of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. It is basically a complete magical and philosophical dictionary.

How is this related to Michael Jackson you ask? Well,  remember his famous statue? Engraved on the right sleeve is “777”!  We already know he was a student of Crowley and how else to pay homage to your teacher?  Also,  when a person is possessed they begin to take on the characteristics and desires of the possessor.  Recently, unearthed is a statue, it was carved between 1550-1050 BC and depicts a woman.  It looks just like Michael Jackson and remember he had his face cut to look like a vision of who he wanted to be. Or was it his vision at all? I can not say this 100% true; but, the evidence is certainly compelling, right?

Sadly, another video which went viral is a South American girl who died and was shown Heaven and Hell.  She said she saw Michael Jackson in Hell! Please fast forward to 57:05 of the video and you will hear her witness testimony regarding Michael Jackson in Hell! Homey, say it isn’t so . . .

Michael is the Editor-in-Chief of RevelationNow.net fulfilling his true passion of researching and writing about Biblical scripture, ancient text, and esoteric mysteries. His book “Thy Sun, Thy Rod, and Thy Staff” is available on Amazon.com. He has appeared on “In Search Of…” with Zachary Quinto and other radio presentations. Michael’s research is so compelling it closed down a school system and has written over 800 posts on RevelationNow.net.


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