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Greetings to all of you. I watched Kesha's "Die Young" video and I could not believe my eyes. Normally, an occasional reference is slipped in television shows and music videos, but this is totally blatant. The amount of luciferian symbolism and illuminati references is significant. It has it all. Pyramids, pentagrams, baphomet, the eye of horus, symbolic blood sacrifices, and inverted crosses. She flashes a card of baphomet at 1:31. It's very quick. Honestly, I shouldn't be surprised, but it's still very unnerving.


[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOubzHCUt48]
Some radiostations pulled this song from their airwaves after Sandy Hook
Another sh*t tune and no talent tool that's sold herself for fame and $$$. Brought to the world by the scum bags of the planet. No mention that the video is a satanic orgy advertisement from the Tools at the NY Times. It's just another " lightweight party tune about living for the moment. " Since when did "seize the day" include group sex on a satanic alter punctuated by constant chanting about death. These people are demonic leading youth into the abyss.

A case in point is Kesha’s recent hit “Die Young,” a lightweight party tune about living for the moment. Though the theme of the song is carpe diem, it contains the chorus: “Let’s make the most of the night like we’re gonna die young /We’re gonna die young /We’re gonna die young.”

Kesha apologized and asserted that she had objected to the lyrics but was “forced” to sing them. “I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO,” she wrote, in a post that was later taken down.


http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/1...ng-lyrics/

Carpe diem is a phrase from a Latin poem by Horace (see "Source" section below) that has become an aphorism. It is popularly translated as "seize the day".Carpe is the second-person singular present active imperative of the Latin verb carpō, which literally means "You pick, pluck, pluck off, cull, crop, gather, to eat food, to serve, to want", but Ovid used the word in the sense of, "enjoy, seize, use, make use of".[1] It is related to the Greek verb (carpoomae) καρπόομαι, (I grab the fruit, profits, opportunity), (carpos) καρπός=fruit of tree, of effort, etc. Diem refers to "day".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horace
It's crazy. Eye of providence throughout. Its on her a$$ at the end of the video, inverted crosses too.
(02-15-2013 10:54 AM)forestpath Wrote: [ -> ]Well you gave me a pretty good idea what was contained in the video so I didn't bother wasting time watching it.
I agree with Jpmsecretagent about it being an It's just another " lightweight party tune about living for the moment" ( even tho I haven't heard it) and perhaps someone realized not much money would come of it unless some crazyass messed symbolism was thrown in to increase the buzz factor of the song. A salvo from the devil himself? Perhaps or perhaps not. We have now noticed this song and are talking about it maybe helping increase views and God forbid sales too. Well I for one am seizing my day back...next thread please.


You should watch the video! I not seen as much as I just saw in this video. Satan is getting very bold about where he thinks he stands. The battle between the dark and the light forces are here and we are in it now until the end!

Who's gonna win?
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