The Influence of Black Magic on Pop Culture

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crowleyDN: Back in the 80’s, when I was a teenager, there was a public movement by some national Christian groups to attack pop culture.  They made outlandish claims about demonic influence in the media, that rock n’ roll music promoted devil worship.  They banned books.  They protested films.  Of course, my generation didn’t take their rantings seriously.  We thought they were just crazy puritans with a socially conservative agenda.  We worshiped pop culture.  We loved our rock n’roll.  We never would have imagined there was in fact some truth to these claims. Today’s generation is even more saturated by blatant occult messages.  The article below is quite eye-opening.


Alan Moore, Freemasonry, and Aleister Crowley on Pop Culture

Reposted from: Veterans Today.
by Jonas E. Alexis

In the article “Nietzsche Goes to Hollywood,”[2] we argued that ideas are powerful and can subtly and unsuspectingly spread in many different…

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