Subject: Oprah, Hip Hop, and NWO
Date: Sat, August 27, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
For the last week I've been consumed by some news I recently learned about the NWO's
control of Hollywood and the Music Industry, the Hip-Hop community in particular
with their blood sacrifices and the like. So I guess I'm to assume that anyone
making millions of dollars is part of the Elite. The fact that my hero Oprah Winfrey
could be a part of all this is very disturbing. If that's not enough, I've also
discovered that The New Age Movement is a fraud as well. Since I spend a great deal
of my free time on my personal development this has lead me to question my beliefs.
What are your views on these subjects? I don't want to believe this, but the
evidence is overwhelming. My heart is broken.
The NWO takeover of America requires a strategy that would eviserate core human values, especially spiritual values. Essentially, it's a spiritual war, a "war of principalities" as it mentions in the Bible.
Hip Hop, Rap, and Heavy Metal were created, funded, and shepherded into the mega billion dollar industry that it is today with lots of payola and drugs in order to establish a vehicle for subliminally corrupting and lowering whatever moral values that parents had established in their children. The foul mouth lyrics, the vulgar and primitive nature of the dancing, the crotch grabbing made popular by Michael Jackson, the promotion of Satanic themes (especially with heavy metal groups), etc., all work in concert to coarsen young people and psychologically soften them up for other avenues of decline into illicit behavior like early sex, drugs, occult exploration; etc. Here and there you will encounter a few individuals who became so disgusted by the corruption in these genres, that they got out of the business and they will tell you that record producers would bribe them with reams of cash and drugs to insert so many "F" words and other vulgarities, for example, into a given recording in order to meet a specified "quota." Ask industry insiders and they will confirm this.
The idea is to make Hip Hop and Rap seem normal, cool and the "in" thing for young people and to create so much peer pressure that everyone goes along with it and doesn't question (or realize) what's really happening on a deeper spiritual level.
The New Age Movement was created as a diversion to suck in the naive and unwary and keep them preoccupied with fanciful notions about the Utopian Age of Aquarius that was just around the corner in which all would experience Bounty, Love, Light, Brotherhood, and Peace -- forever and a day ~ while they're busy gutting the Constitution and installing a militarized police state. "Ignore that man behind the curtain' pretty much sums it up as carefully prepped Illuminated family members are guided and greased into national office to do whatever the Illuminati tells them to do.
Oprah Winfrey was another form of diversion to help promote communists ideals, materialism, and a fascination with 'redeemed' Hollywood personalities while serving as a spin factory to ridicule any notion that 911 was an Inside job and sell Rockefeller's Barry Soetoro as the greatest messiah-president since Abe lincoln. I saw a youtube video a couple of years ago where I could clearly see Oprah shapeshifting on the video. It was clear as a bell. I believe that she's a shape shifter of the reptilian persuasion, like Barry and Michelle.
You should never allow a TV or Hollywood personality to affect your core belief system. You alone should consult with your Higher Self (your conscience) to determine what is good and what is right and never allow someone to shape your principles for you. The only person who deserves the title of 'hero' is someone who runs into a burning building to save someone's life. Oprah Winfrey has been serving the interests of the Illuminati from Day One and became a billionaire many times over for serving her Illuminated overlords. She never would have become 'Oprah Winfrey' if she wasn't their servant.
The Illuminati co-opts everyone who has any sort of influence over a large segment of society, whether it's a TV talk show host, or a late night radio personality, or a TV news anchor, or a Rap superstar.
It's up to YOU Stacey to hold the line on motifs of morality, virtue and discernment ~ and no one else. Your ability to think for yourself and judge from within, depending on your own inner voice, is the only 'hero' you need in this life to guide through the shoals of adversity and uncertainty.
Believe in yourself. Believe in God and believe in the higher purpose in life to bring cheer and comfort to others. If you have this, you will have everything and your heart will sing. You are the only 'hero' that counts in God's eyes.
Subject: In defense of educational "Hip-Hop"
Date: Sun, August 28, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Greetings Mr. Adachi,
I'm writing this in response to an article you posted about "Bursting the Bubbles of
Illusion", particularly the music portion.
You hit the nail on the head for the most part. The music industry is full of
mediocre hacks who fill their music & videos with everything from satanic imagery
and lyrics to sexually suggestive themes (which millions of kiddos digest everyday).
Lady Gaga is the first that comes to mind, with the blatant satanic references in
her videos and the tireless promotion of homosexuality. And then there's Jay-Z (a
high ranking mason) and his "Roc-A-fella" record label, Kanye West's transhumanism,
and of course Lil Wayne's...er...lack of talent.
But I digress. I felt the urge to write you because I respectively disagree with
some of the things you said about one of my favorite music genre's, Hip-Hop.
I can't blame you for the view you take. Mainstream hip hop is clearly influenced by"big wigs", who have to make sure these artists put forth a certain image that fits
a particular agenda, including the lowering of standards. However, there ARE
underground artists who don't have a hidden hand directing their poetry, who've
taken it upon themselves to try and educate anyone who listens to their art.
I feel it is foolish to not acknowledge the fact that these artists can have a
significant positive influence on the younger generations by in fact providing them
info on a myriad of topics. For example, I had this type of experience while
listening to an educated rapper named Immortal Technique. Part of the lyric is: "the
massacres in Jenin / the innocent screams". When I heard that line, I decided to do
my own research and see, for myself, what this guy was talking about. I often think
that I can't be the only "hip-hop head" who does this.
In fact, sometimes when I hear certain lyrics, I get a vibrating, "goose bumps"
feeling that shoots quickly from the bottom of my spine up through my crown chakra,
tickling the back of my head. To me, this is my higher self basically saying "this
is genuwine, pursue it." One specific lyric that resonates with me everytime I hear
it is from an artist named Canibus, and he says: "The meaning of these rhymes are
dead to the modern day mind, even if you here this a thousand times / Because of
this many have died: YOUR INNER LIGHT WILL NOT SHINE IF YOUR PINEAL GLAND IS
CALCIFIED." It may not mean much to some, but again, I don't think you can ignore
the fact that young people, who would've never thought to investigate things of this
nature, hear this, and embark on paths they normally would not have found if it
wasn't for these artists and their music.
Then you have the topic of Tupac Amaru Shakur. It is my personal belief that he was
a brave soul who was forced to leave this planet way too early. Forced to leave by
the same people who forced other impactful souls like MLK, Gandhi, Malcom X, JFK,
and Lennon to leave. And for what purpose were these men assassinated? It was clear
that they could spark the minds of the misguided. They weren't playing ball the way
they were suppose to. They needed to be out of the picture.
I'll try and close this out since I can see I'm starting to ramble. My urge to write
you came out of my passion for the POETS who have influenced my life in a positive
way. I don't expect an older gentleman such as yourself to research rap artists like
Canibus, Immortal Technique, or K-Rino. But I hope after reading my honest response,
you now know that we have allies out there in this genre. I mean, not only are some
of these guys putting positive energy into their work, but you'd be suprised by the
fact that some rap about positive thought forms, and even Orgone.
Anyhow, thanks for the great work you put into your site. You've provided me with a
lot of positive insight over the years, and from the deep core of my heart, I thank
you for that.
"Listen to me flesh to flesh, I am on some other sh*t. Ribonucleic acid instructions
from their motherships are influencing decisions daily, infecting the elite. Storage
of information and molecules should hit the streets. They will never let us have
knowledge that's imperative. Knowledge isn't given out, cause' knowledge is
inherited - by members of an equal gene. Equal when it comes to blood. Wonderin' who
tipped em' off like Noah when he fled the flood..."
Subject: Re: Letter to Stacey
Date: Sun, August 28, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Thank you for the quick note; I appreciate you taking time from your
schedule to write back...your Mama raised a mannerly son...I have to be
honest...I was a bit bereft w/out your site online...Rense is a
substitute,(keep shtum about the next bit, mind;) but he's...there is
something very homespun, honest, and frank about your site. Rense is too
...I guess the word I'm looking for, is "edgy". Too military.
I'm impressed. Maybe even a bit hero-worshipping...which is not the usual
characteristic of a blunt-to-the-point-of-trauma woman. At least, not THIS
Anyway, have a good evening there on the West Coast. Love to you and your
family from across the Pond. And a big bunch of virtual daisies for your
You deserve some sort of award...
God bless you.
As Always, LadyP
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