A European Union Most Bizarre: Public Spectacle of Pagan Lucifer Invocations Taking Place in EU Leaves Little to the Imagination

[ Thank God I Live in America, Which is STILL a Christian nation, no matter what lies the #Bilderberg owned TV networks & media broadcasts. ]

Here it is. You can’t make this stuff up, people.  I could author 40 pages of essay on all of the overt explicit Illuminati Luciferian  / Satanic symbolism in these ‘public events’, [ that’s what they call these gatherings for TV ] but you all already know all about all that, and you can detect the obvious at a glance. They make no effort to hide anything anymore. If #Christians among my readers had ANY doubts that we are living in the Last Days, this video of clips ought to settle that question once and for all.

Please know that I am posting this NOT to participate in the orgy of #Luciferic symbolism and public invocations on display here, but to help educate young people and the generally clueless everywhere as to what is being done right under their noses, in plain view, only thinly disguised as “public performances” and celebrations.

Oh, they’re celebrating something, alright. It’s just not what you think it is. These ceremonies are invocations to darkness. I cannot prove that, of course. But my soul knows what my soul knows.

Top Illuminati Grand Wizard Albert Pike: “We Control Islam and We’ll Use It to Destroy the West.” (WW3)

Entire populations in the United States and Europe are being systematically deceived, over decades of TV & internet social engineering by an Illuminati owned world media, to accept the notion of a “peaceful” world Islam co-existing with the Judaeo-Christian West. This will never happen and it was never intended to happen. Left wing liberals, as good and well meaning as they might be, who believe that the Christian West will eventually find a way to “peacefully co-exist” with the violent expansion of Islam are not only deluded, but they are inadvertently aiding and abetting the arrival of the final global conflict of #WW3 by cooperating in the false collusion that “Islam is a religion of peace” which has no plans to eradicate western civilization.

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A Tribute to the Legendary Starman David Bowie: Photos, Music, Links

I’ve been truly shaken to learn of David Bowie’s untimely death. I had to sit down when I saw the headline. No one ever expects the death of one of their childhood heroes. Throughout the morning as I put together these tributes, I listened to the full tracks of Black Star, while I worked. Any man, quietly dying of cancer, who worked on perfecting his latest studio release up until the very last days of his own life to present a final work of musical art for the world, is a man we can all love and admire for his courage, his undying talent, his dignity, his refusal to elicit pity, his dedication to his music, and his determination to set his own pain aside in order to give the world one last gift of music and personal creativity.

It’s personal for me. I have loved this man and his music and art for decades, literally, since I was a very young teen in the 1970s, struggling with my own sexual identity. Trying to find my own way in a very messed up family, in an oppressive mostly fundamentalist small town in the south, I papered the walls of my teenage bedroom with Bowie photos and blasted his music through the house at all hours, much to the despair of my parents, who thought he was the most bizarre assemblage of a human being they had ever seen. All the more reason for me to turn up the volume, I thought. David Bowie could well be credited for being one of the reasons I did not commit suicide as a gay teen. Seriously. Thank you David, for letting me know it was ‘ok’ for me to just be ME in 1972. Gay people were still being beat up and dragged behind trucks in parts of the deep south, and it wasn’t that much better in central North Carolina, where being gay meant living a double life, having “fake boyfriends” in high school to survive and sneaking into gay bars with a fake ID at age 17 in the hopes you might find others who were as different as you were, who were also finding a way to cope.

It turned out eventually, much to everyone’s surprise, that David Bowie was NOT gay, although to look at him in the early seventies that might have been considered arguable. He was one of the first popular musicians other than 1960s rocker ‘Little Richard’ to publicly flaunt his feminine side, so androgynous in some early photos that any decent drag queen might have been jealous. He was rumored to have had a wild sexual affair with Mick Jagger in the early seventies, and sexual androgyny was a frequent theme in his early songs. David Bowie finally arrived at the altar, was twice married, and has surviving adult two children: Duncan Jones and Alexandria Jones.

“Planet Earth is a lot bluer today without David Bowie, the greatest rock star who ever fell to this or any other world. He was the hottest tramp, the slinkiest vagabond, the prettiest star who ever shouted “You’re not alone!” to an arena full of the world’s loneliest kids. He was the most human and most alien of rock artists, turning to face the strange, speaking to the freak in everyone. He stared into your twitchy teenage eyes to assure you that you’ve torn your dress and your face is a mess, yet that’s precisely why you’re a juvenile success.”Rolling Stone Magazine 1.11.2016

It’s quite clear after listening to Black Star, that David well knew his days were numbered, yet he kept working, right up until the very end. It was only two nights ago that late night host Jimmy Fallon announced Bowie’s latest album release on his show, displaying the stark enigmatic cover art, which was only a large black star on a white field, the only Bowie album not to display a photo of him.

If you are unfamiliar with Bowie, wading through tribute posts and articles, I’d like to recommend that you read one particular article about him from start to finish, as it says the most about who he really was and how his art was a real embodiment of emotionally distilled moments from his life, which had a huge impact on others, even upon history itself:

David Bowie at the Berlin Wall: the incredible story of a concert and its role in history

Below are more photos and video clips from the amazing career of rock/pop/jazz/folk musician, art film star, painter and fashion culture icon David Bowie.

David Bowie [ Born David Robert Jones ] 1947-2016

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FILE - In this Sept. 14, 1995, file photo, David Bowie performs during a concert in Hartford, Conn. Bowie, the innovative and iconic singer whose illustrious career lasted five decades, died Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, after battling cancer for 18 months. He was 69. (AP Photo/Bob Child, File)

FILE – In this Sept. 14, 1995, file photo, David Bowie performs during a concert in Hartford, Conn. Bowie, the innovative and iconic singer whose illustrious career lasted five decades, died Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, after battling cancer for 18 months. He was 69. (AP Photo/Bob Child, File)

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epa04504507 Two visitors look at the portrait of David Bowie from 1983 (Monte Carlo) taken by German-Australian photographer Helmut Newton, displayed at the Photography Museum - Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin, Germany, 26 November 2014. The photographs are part of the exhibition 'Permanent Loan Selection,' on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the foundation from 27 November 2014 to 17 May 2015. EPA/STEPHANIE PILICK

epa04504507 Two visitors look at the portrait of David Bowie from 1983 (Monte Carlo) taken by German-Australian photographer Helmut Newton, displayed at the Photography Museum – Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin, Germany, 26 November 2014. The photographs are part of the exhibition ‘Permanent Loan Selection,’ on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the foundation from 27 November 2014 to 17 May 2015. EPA/STEPHANIE PILICK

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Links

http://www.davidbowie.com/

http://www.davidbowie.com/news

Thanks, Starman: Why David Bowie Was the Greatest Rock Star Ever

http://metro.co.uk/2016/01/11/watch-david-bowies-first-tv-appearance-at-age-17-to-defend-long-hair-reminds-us-how-cool-he-always-was-5616093/

http://metro.co.uk/2016/01/11/these-are-all-of-the-tv-tributes-planned-to-honour-david-bowie-after-he-dies-aged-69-5616283/

http://metro.co.uk/2016/01/11/iman-abdulmajid-posts-sad-tweets-in-the-days-leading-up-to-husband-david-bowies-death-5614682/

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Rock Music Chameleon and Pop Culture Shapeshifter David Bowie Dead at 69

January 11th 2016

Gone way too soon, the beloved musical genius from Great Britain, David Bowie, died last night just two days after releasing his 27th and final musical album, which became his swan song: ‘Black Star’ Bowie had privately struggled with cancer for the last 18 months, without most of the world even knowing.

“He always did what he wanted to do. And he wanted to do it his way and he wanted to do it the best way. His death was no different from his life – a work of Art,” he wrote. “He made Blackstar for us, his parting gift.” – Music producer and lifelong friend Toni Visconti

Cited:  “One thing that struck reviewers who were grappling with Blackstar, David Bowie’s final album, was how tricky it was to interpret lyrically. Kitty Empire, writing in the Observer, described it as elliptical, while the Guardian’s Alexis Petridis wrote that the album “seems to offer those attempting to unravel his lyrics a wry ‘best of luck with that’”.

What the critics didn’t know, however, was that the man behind it had been diagnosed with cancer 18 months ago, and that he knew his life was coming to an end. If this had been common knowledge, they would all no doubt have looked at Blackstar in a different light. Was David Bowie saying goodbye on it? And does it seem obvious now that he has died?

David Bowie’s music, life, fashion and films and incredibly eclectic art made a huge impact on the world for more than four decades.

“I know something is very wrong,” he begins, then sings: “The blackout hearts, the flowered news / With skull designs upon my shoes.” –  prophetic lyric from ‘Black Star’ released just two days before his death.

I was an avid David Bowie fan as a teen and had listened to his music since the early 1970s when he recorded the groundbreaking album “The Man Who Sold the World.”

The feature length documentary below [ 1 hr 30 min ] explores David Bowie’s entire life and catalog of work as a musician actor, painter and performing artist – from his childhood in Brixton London England, up to his late 50s, when he was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. If you’re a Bowie fan, it’s a MUST SEE film:

Tributes from all over the world are pouring in. Below are some rare photos of David from throughout his stellar career as musical genius recording artist, painter, art film star and pop culture icon.

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