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The Weeknd
The dark and occult path to fame...
Entertainment plays an important role in IndoctriNATION of the masses. Not only does entertainment keep people from spending time wisely or on important matters, it is also used to manipulate people. For example the pop music industry is infested with symbolism which is constantly fed to teenagers. Symbolism has a meaning and an effect. It is easily shown what kind of messages the elite want to put in the minds of young people. In order for artists to become rich and famous they must first make a deal with the elite in control of the entertainment industry who then will determine the career paths of those artists. For the artists fame comes with a heavy price, namely their souls. The Weeknd is a good example of this...
Can’t Feel My Face
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The song starts off with the artist performing at some bar. While he's singing we see the public looking bored and unamused. Obviously he is not very popular. A man comes into the bar and sits down at a table and observes the artist. He lights up a lighter and throws it at the artist and sets him on fire. From that moment onwards the artist becomes popular and the crowd starts dancing. The song ends with the artist leaving the stage, still on fire and looking tired.

The main themes of the lyrics are:
I know she'll be the death of me, at least we'll both be numb
She'll always get the best of me, the worst is yet to come
I can't feel my face when I'm with you But I love it
It's not a love song. This is about his relationship with cocaine, because cocaine makes you numb, it makes you addicted, and it's used as an escape from reality. Although he knows the drugs are not good for him in the long run, he can't let go of it because of short-term temporary satisfaction. Drugs like cocaine are deemed "illegal" for the general public, but are openly used and promoted in the entertainment world. The promotion of drugs as a cool thing happens under the auspices of the power elite in control of the entertainment industry.

The symbolism is obvious. The man with the lighter symbolizes the entertainment industry with the power to "make" an insignificant artist famous. He is like the devil to which an artist sells his soul for fame and money. First the willingness of the artist is there, then the approval of the devil is needed. The devil observes the artist and sees "potential" in the lyrics which are about drugs. The devil sets the artist "on fire" and makes him famous and thus spreads the message about drugs into the world meant to win many souls, especially those of unwitting teenagers who are easily influenced. Once set on fire, there is no way back. Ultimately the fire will consume the artist. The title "Can't Feel My Face" can be interpreted as the artist "losing face", his real face, he doesn't belong to himself anymore, but to the music industry which will determine his career path.
Tell Your Friends
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The video starts off where the previous one ends, with fire. Now we see a burning bush. The burning bush is of course a reference to the Scriptures in which the burning bush is a manifestation of God to Moses. The artist is walking right past the burning bush into the desert with a shovel in his hand. He ignores the burning bush, he ignores God. Then he starts burying himself wrapped in plastic, after which he dances on his own grave. He walks off and then the devil enters the scene, the artist shoots the devil with a gun, gets into a black car and drives off in the dark with the headlights shining on the road as in the obscure movie Lost Highway by David Lynch in which themes like darkness, violence, sex, femme fatales, perversion, and loosing oneself play a prominent role. It is about the obscure and dark world of the entertainment industry, specifically Hollywood. In this movie also the devil appears at a celebrity party and says to the main character: You invited me, it is not my custom to go where I'm not wanted. Only if we understand the symbolism we understand the movie. The devil is ultimately in control of the entertainment industry and of those who seek fame after selling their souls to the devil. This is not fiction, but a reality.
The main themes of this song's lyrics are obvious:
I do shit how I want, don't need no blessing
money is the only thing I'm chasin'
And some dope dimes on some coke lines
Give me head all night, cum four times
Pussy on the house, everybody fucking
They told me not to fall in love, that shit is pointless
The message is clear again. In opposition to God's supreme law of love, the Golden Rule which states that you should do onto others as you would like others do onto you, Satanism has the following commandments or statements in order of importance: Do what thou wilt. Love is the law, love under will. Every man and every woman is a star. Striking. Sex, drugs, and rock and roll. The entertainment industry. The message here is that real love is pointless. Love is subservient to the will. Obviously, a message not coming from God, but from the devil. This Satanic lifestyle is being promoted to the world by the entertainment industry. The artists who conform to and promote this lifestyle get rewarded by the industry.
The Hills
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The previous video ended with the artist driving off in a black car. This video starts off with a black car lying upside down after a car accident. The artist gets out, dazed and confused from the crash. Then two girls get out as well and they start to hit him angrily, but he doesn't pay attention. He walks down the road in what looks like a rich neighbourhood. The Hills likely refers to a rich neighbourhood like Beverly Hills or Hollywood Hills. Then the car explodes but he doesn't look back. He enters a house. After he goes up the stairs he enters a room and there he sees the devil whom he supposedly killed, but the devil can't be killed by human hands. The two girls that were in the car accident with him accompany the devil, they are the devil's whores who are used to seduce men. The devil is looking at him holding an apple in his hand. According to the Scriptures the devil seduced Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. The devil seduced Eve by telling her that God is a liar and she could become like God if she would eat of the forbidden fruit (usually depicted as an apple in pagan infested Catholicism). Then Eve seduced Adam. Similarly the entertainment industry seduces artists with fame, sex and money and makes them believe they can become gods and be worshiped by sheeple fans. But ultimately it is only the beginning of the end as these people drown and "loose themselves" in their soulless and meaningless lifestyle.

The song's lyrics are again obvious:
When I'm fucked up, that's the real me
I just fucked two bitches 'fore I saw you
Drugs started feeling like it's decaf
I'm just tryna live life for the moment
Hills have eyes, the hills have eyes
What about love? What about love?
I love you My beautiful one
All these songs are just more of the same message being promoted over and over again to unwitting teenagers around the world. Obviously this song is not about love. It's an ode to Satan, whom is called the beautiful one. Interesting is that the Hills have eyes. This implies that the artist can never escape the entertainment industry which is always watching him. Like the all-seeing eye of the devil.
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I made an edit of the remix featuring Eminem because it's a virtual video. We see the artist walking to his limousine, after a concert probably. He is drugged. It looks like the end of the world as meteorites crash on the earth. The black car is on fire again. As he walks towards the car the devil appears in an explosion. A little later in the fire we can see a devil's whore dancing to seduce the artist. When the artist walks back to his limousine there are Phoenixes flying from the fire. In ancient Greek mythology the Phoenix is associated with the sun and obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. It's about sun worship, or devil worship, and "losing oneself" as is shown in other videos by this artist as well.
Starboy
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This video starts off by the artist killing his old self inside his own house. Then he walks away, a Catholic cross hanging around his neck. As opposed to what many deceived sheeple believe, the cross is not a symbol of Christ, nor is it Scriptural, it is a symbol originating from pagan sun worship adopted by the Catholic Church. Then he takes a neon cross off the wall and starts dragging it around the house. There is a picture of himself on the wall and some posters showing album covers and awards obtained in the entertainment industry. He starts smashing things in the house with the cross. While dancing with the cross on his back he makes the horned devil hand gesture to understate his allegiance to the devil. It is also mocking the Scriptures in which the Son of God encourages to take up the cross. Satanism is known for inverting the Scriptures, making right what's wrong and vice versa. Then he takes his black cat and picks one of his luxury cars and drives off while the cat turned into a black panther.

The lyrics are interesting, some excerpts...
P1 cleaner than your church shoes, ah. Milli point two just to hurt you, ah. All red Lamb' just to tease you, ah
He's bragging about his expensive cars (McLaren P1, luxury version costs 1.2 million). Red Lamborghini. In other words, he mocks God as he cares more for his cars now than for his church shoes in the past.
Made your whole year in a week too, yeah
He ridicules his former self by saying that as a star he makes more money in one week than his former self in a year.
Main bitch outta your league too, ah. Side bitch out of your league too, ah
Besides referring to stardom, the word starboy also refers to a man who has more than one girlfriend. The girlfriends he has as a star would never choose to be with his former self. These girls are whores who sell their bodies for money.
A hundred on the dash get me close to God. We don't pray for love, we just pray for cars
He mocks God with his money.
Twenty racks a table cut from ebony. Cut that ivory into skinny pieces. Then she clean it with her face
He paid 20,000 USD for a table on which his bitch cuts cocaine into thin lines and then snorts it.
Obviously, these are not Godly songs in any sense. Religious Catholic crosses are all around in his videos. Ironically the cross symbol is related to sun worship, a form of idolatry forbidden by God. Him wearing a cross is probably meant to mock Christ, but in reality it means he is involved in sun worship, or devil worship. See also for example Party Monster for another sick video with crosses flashing throughout. Or False Alarm in which, after killing people in cold blood at a robbery, the artist holds up a cross hanging around his neck before he kills himself. The Starboy single cover shows three columns of 6 symbols which forms 666 which is called the number of the beast. The lighting bolt is a symbol of the sky god. The cross is a symbol for the sun god. The five-pointed star is also called the pentagram which is a common symbol in Satanism.
Satan is a-Live
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Interestingly, at the 2017 performance at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen The Weeknd showed a subliminal flashing projection containing the word SATAN to the fans while singing the song Reminder. It can be seen at 3:17 in this video, see screenshot. Subliminal messages are visual or auditory stimuli that the conscious mind cannot perceive, often inserted into other media such as TV commercials or songs. This kind of messaging can be used to strengthen or heighten the persuasiveness of a certain message.

The lyrics of this song contain stuff like...
I just won a new award for a kids show
I'm like "Goddamn, bitch, I am not a Teen Choice
All I wanna do is make that money and make dope shit
And I come back to my city, I fuck every girl I know
He won an award for a kids show? There's a long list of awards given to The Weeknd among which the Nickelodeon Awards and the Teen Choice Awards. The Weeknd also appeared in Time's list of 100 most influential people of 2020. So the elite are promoting this kind of music to kids and adults. The younger, the better. The sooner they start with such a lifestyle, the better for the entertainment industry and the elite in control of it. In the end it's all about power and profit, one way or another. And of course many sheeple parents go along with it and see artists like The Weeknd as examples for how they're gonna raise their kids later...
Super Bowl (2021)
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Obviously, the 2021 Super Bowl half time show by The Weeknd was a blatant Satanic ritual. It starts with a red eyed angel coming down from the sky. This represents Satan falling from heaven. Then Satan joins the other fallen angels and the show continues while the people go out of their minds by the overwhelming show in worship of entertainment, and Satan. The artist is singing in front of a choir full of black people, representing a Satanic black mass. The artist then goes backstage with the camera, starts singing the song I Can't Feel My Face while people wearing bandages around their heads covering their faces start dancing like puppets to the tune of the artist. How fitting with the COVID-19 crisis when the power elite made people wear facial masks and most sheeple blindly followed orders without ANY critical thinking, like silly puppets dancing to the tune of the elite. Like the Rat-Catcher of Hamelin catching the unwitting rats which are stuck in the rat race.