At the 2023 Grammy Awards—yes, apparently it is still a thing—some singer and some other singer performed what amounted to a rendition of satanic worship for all to see.
I cannot bring myself to share the video here, as it is likely to cause PTSD—post-traumatic satanism disorder—in the Christian with a tender heart. But, we can describe it.
In essence, some person named Sam Smith—who has promoted sexual deviancy and mocked the Catholic Church in the past—and some other person who calls herself Kim Petras performed what is alleged to be a song on a stage with dancers who are alleged to be human beings and not demons incarnate.
The venue was lit up with a fiery red motif, and the performers were dressed like androgynous demons with horns. The singers used whips to whip the dancers who frolicked in and out of a caged setting.
To top it off, as the scene ended, the television network transitioned to a pre-commercial sponsorship acknowledgement and the hell-inspired viewers were happy to learn that the Grammy Awards had been brought to them by…Pfizer.
Now, we will consider in this piece the depth of satanism in our culture and how the vaccine paradigm is a part of that. However, we should not assume that I am saying anything of the sort that relates the general use of vaccines to satanism.
Personally, I used to be generally ambivalent about the topic of vaccines. I used to do basically whatever the doctor said, as I didn’t think much of it; but in recent years, I have become more skeptical and less willing to go along. This shift in my mindset happened before the advent of the Covid jab, but it was only emboldened when Mr. Trudeau told me I had to take a medication that was 15 minutes old in order to be a part of society.
That being said, I couldn’t really care less about what someone chooses to do with medication in their personal life. I would hope in a general sense that you wouldn’t unnecessarily harm yourself with unproven injections, but this is also unsolicited health advice coming from a man who doesn’t let a day go by without consulting a Nicaraguan Maduro or a tin of Stoker’s Mint for a little tobacco therapy. So, I am in no place to be a health Nazi, as no one is.
The reason why the present vaccine regime is satanic has nothing to do with the reality of vaccinations as a form of immunization but, rather, with the rhetoric and mechanisms by which they have been enforced on the population.
The rhetoric surrounding the Covid jab has been religious, to say the least. You are either a believer or a heretic; you’re either in the Church of Covid, or a heathen and a publican. There has never been any room for nuance or even debate, as the case for vaccination was put forth as if it were a matter more serious than eternal salvation or damnation.
Not only has the rhetoric been religious in style, but it has been cult-like.
True religion is not a cult, but every cult has a religious element to it. A cult puts an overemphasis on a guru or head who is seen as something like a divine conduit of continual revelation. Cult members believe what the guru says simply because he is the guru, and they reject what critics of the guru say because the guru didn’t say those things.
In addition, those who join cults are willing to cut people out of their lives in a rash manner and join a new community of “believers.” That being said, cutting certain people out of your life for reasons of principles is not inherently cultish, but if the reasons are based on false religion and due to an uncritical adherence to a guru, then you are cutting people out of your life for cultish reasons.