The Dark Secret About Wayne

 

By Lunga Berglas
Microblog
Lil Wayne still has his head high and is making remarkable success. It has been discovered that the people’s crazy love for the rapper emanates from his conniving with the dark powers.
The Dark Secret About Wayne
There has been ceaseless talk since the late 1980s about a rapper whose talent has been beyond utterances. With a unique style and drive stronger than courage itself, Lil Wayne is one hip hop star who rose from the ashes and made a name that remains on every tongue even today.
We shall examine his new album Rebirth, particularly the videos On Fire and Explicit, and then compare them with other songs in previous albums. The aim here is to reach a stage where we can decide whether Wayne’s music is still based on morals of the society or not.
Lil Wayne was born, Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr in New Orleans in 1982 and actually began rapping at the age of eight, pretty early to imagine. His career, however, started when he hooked up with Cash Money Records three years later. This, as you would guess, marked the rising of the golden sun. Sadly, midway up in the sky it got shadowed by a mass of huge and ugly clouds. Wayne chose the dark side of life. He subjected himself to the Devil.
The video of the song On Fire shows Lil Wayne’s switch from producing clean music to dirty, evil-inspired music. In this video a white rabbit that eventually turns black is visualized, white standing for purity and innocence while black, for death and evil. The video is based on the reversal of classical paradigm of good versus evil, making evil seem desirable and cool.
 Rebirth seems to confirm Wayne’s initiation into the dark side of the industry and On Fire is the initiation ritual. Further into the video Wayne is approached by a Temptress, a sexy representation of the Devil, who offers him a glass of glowing wine. The wine symbolizes the supernatural nature of the symbolic communion and when Wayne drinks it he actually drinks the Devil’s blood. The procedure is said to be inspired by the Christian ritual of the Eucharist, where bread and wine (representing the Christ’s body and blood) are shared by the members of the church.
Birdman, his father and mentor, in the same video has the graffiti of an inverted pentagram which is a symbol of the Devil and attracts sinister forces because it is upside down. The one that faces upwards actually repels evil but is not used in the video, which tells us about Wayne’s transformation from good to evil.
Having discussed the video On Fire, further scrutiny will be on the one entitled Explicit. Illuminati graphics are seen in that video showing the power Wayne has upon the minds of his fans. The Illuminati theory revolves around the notion that artists who connive with the dark forces have an influence on the human mind and their lyrics stay in the unconscious for a long time. They make the listener want to do bad things. When we copy what those artists do on television (their weird gestures and signs with their hands) we actually giving in to their powers to controlling our minds.
Lil Wayne’s previous albums had morally acceptable messages. Take for instance the song Gossip. In this song he talked about how gossiping and backstabbing a fellow human being was bad. In the song Hustlers’ music he talks about how he worked hard to get what he wanted (basically wealth) and the faith he has in himself to do great things. Basically, unlike his new album, there are no subliminal messages of Satanism in those previous tracks.
The point here is that the new album Rebirth is no longer listenable if someone knows the truth about Lil Wayne and his new grotesque lifestyle. He is an agent of the Devil and is on a mission to win his fans over. His songs are good to listen to yet they have distorted meanings in their lyrics.
How I intend to promote my blog
I will post my link on facebook and ask people to read it and then afterwards comment of like my blog. I will also tweet about it so that people whom I am in touch with on twitter and not on facebook get to know about it as well.
 
 
 
By Lunga Berglas
Microblog
Lil Wayne still has his head high and is making remarkable success. It has been discovered that the people’s crazy love for the rapper emanates from his conniving with the dark powers.
The Dark Secret About Wayne
There has been ceaseless talk since the late 1980s about a rapper whose talent has been beyond utterances. With a unique style and drive stronger than courage itself, Lil Wayne is one hip hop star who rose from the ashes and made a name that remains on every tongue even today.
We shall examine his new album Rebirth, particularly the videos On Fire and Explicit, and then compare them with other songs in previous albums. The aim here is to reach a stage where we can decide whether Wayne’s music is still based on morals of the society or not.
Lil Wayne was born, Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr in New Orleans in 1982 and actually began rapping at the age of eight, pretty early to imagine. His career, however, started when he hooked up with Cash Money Records three years later. This, as you would guess, marked the rising of the golden sun. Sadly, midway up in the sky it got shadowed by a mass of huge and ugly clouds. Wayne chose the dark side of life. He subjected himself to the Devil.
The video of the song On Fire shows Lil Wayne’s switch from producing clean music to dirty, evil-inspired music. In this video a white rabbit that eventually turns black is visualized, white standing for purity and innocence while black, for death and evil. The video is based on the reversal of classical paradigm of good versus evil, making evil seem desirable and cool.
 Rebirth seems to confirm Wayne’s initiation into the dark side of the industry and On Fire is the initiation ritual. Further into the video Wayne is approached by a Temptress, a sexy representation of the Devil, who offers him a glass of glowing wine. The wine symbolizes the supernatural nature of the symbolic communion and when Wayne drinks it he actually drinks the Devil’s blood. The procedure is said to be inspired by the Christian ritual of the Eucharist, where bread and wine (representing the Christ’s body and blood) are shared by the members of the church.
Birdman, his father and mentor, in the same video has the graffiti of an inverted pentagram which is a symbol of the Devil and attracts sinister forces because it is upside down. The one that faces upwards actually repels evil but is not used in the video, which tells us about Wayne’s transformation from good to evil.
Having discussed the video On Fire, further scrutiny will be on the one entitled Explicit. Illuminati graphics are seen in that video showing the power Wayne has upon the minds of his fans. The Illuminati theory revolves around the notion that artists who connive with the dark forces have an influence on the human mind and their lyrics stay in the unconscious for a long time. They make the listener want to do bad things. When we copy what those artists do on television (their weird gestures and signs with their hands) we actually giving in to their powers to controlling our minds.
Lil Wayne’s previous albums had morally acceptable messages. Take for instance the song Gossip. In this song he talked about how gossiping and backstabbing a fellow human being was bad. In the song Hustlers’ music he talks about how he worked hard to get what he wanted (basically wealth) and the faith he has in himself to do great things. Basically, unlike his new album, there are no subliminal messages of Satanism in those previous tracks.
The point here is that the new album Rebirth is no longer listenable if someone knows the truth about Lil Wayne and his new grotesque lifestyle. He is an agent of the Devil and is on a mission to win his fans over. His songs are good to listen to yet they have distorted meanings in their lyrics.
How I intend to promote my blog
I will post my link on facebook and ask people to read it and then afterwards comment of like my blog. I will also tweet about it so that people whom I am in touch with on twitter and not on facebook get to know about it as well.
 
 
By Lunga Berglas
Microblog
Lil Wayne still has his head high and is making remarkable success. It has been discovered that the people’s crazy love for the rapper emanates from his conniving with the dark powers.
The Dark Secret About Wayne
There has been ceaseless talk since the late 1980s about a rapper whose talent has been beyond utterances. With a unique style and drive stronger than courage itself, Lil Wayne is one hip hop star who rose from the ashes and made a name that remains on every tongue even today.
We shall examine his new album Rebirth, particularly the videos On Fire and Explicit, and then compare them with other songs in previous albums. The aim here is to reach a stage where we can decide whether Wayne’s music is still based on morals of the society or not.
Lil Wayne was born, Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr in New Orleans in 1982 and actually began rapping at the age of eight, pretty early to imagine. His career, however, started when he hooked up with Cash Money Records three years later. This, as you would guess, marked the rising of the golden sun. Sadly, midway up in the sky it got shadowed by a mass of huge and ugly clouds. Wayne chose the dark side of life. He subjected himself to the Devil.
The video of the song On Fire shows Lil Wayne’s switch from producing clean music to dirty, evil-inspired music. In this video a white rabbit that eventually turns black is visualized, white standing for purity and innocence while black, for death and evil. The video is based on the reversal of classical paradigm of good versus evil, making evil seem desirable and cool.
 Rebirth seems to confirm Wayne’s initiation into the dark side of the industry and On Fire is the initiation ritual. Further into the video Wayne is approached by a Temptress, a sexy representation of the Devil, who offers him a glass of glowing wine. The wine symbolizes the supernatural nature of the symbolic communion and when Wayne drinks it he actually drinks the Devil’s blood. The procedure is said to be inspired by the Christian ritual of the Eucharist, where bread and wine (representing the Christ’s body and blood) are shared by the members of the church.
Birdman, his father and mentor, in the same video has the graffiti of an inverted pentagram which is a symbol of the Devil and attracts sinister forces because it is upside down. The one that faces upwards actually repels evil but is not used in the video, which tells us about Wayne’s transformation from good to evil.
Having discussed the video On Fire, further scrutiny will be on the one entitled Explicit. Illuminati graphics are seen in that video showing the power Wayne has upon the minds of his fans. The Illuminati theory revolves around the notion that artists who connive with the dark forces have an influence on the human mind and their lyrics stay in the unconscious for a long time. They make the listener want to do bad things. When we copy what those artists do on television (their weird gestures and signs with their hands) we actually giving in to their powers to controlling our minds.
Lil Wayne’s previous albums had morally acceptable messages. Take for instance the song Gossip. In this song he talked about how gossiping and backstabbing a fellow human being was bad. In the song Hustlers’ music he talks about how he worked hard to get what he wanted (basically wealth) and the faith he has in himself to do great things. Basically, unlike his new album, there are no subliminal messages of Satanism in those previous tracks.
The point here is that the new album Rebirth is no longer listenable if someone knows the truth about Lil Wayne and his new grotesque lifestyle. He is an agent of the Devil and is on a mission to win his fans over. His songs are good to listen to yet they have distorted meanings in their lyrics.
How I intend to promote my blog
I will post my link on facebook and ask people to read it and then afterwards comment of like my blog. I will also tweet about it so that people whom I am in touch with on twitter and not on facebook get to know about it as well.
 
 
By Lunga Berglas
Microblog
Lil Wayne still has his head high and is making remarkable success. It has been discovered that the people’s crazy love for the rapper emanates from his conniving with the dark powers.
The Dark Secret About Wayne
There has been ceaseless talk since the late 1980s about a rapper whose talent has been beyond utterances. With a unique style and drive stronger than courage itself, Lil Wayne is one hip hop star who rose from the ashes and made a name that remains on every tongue even today.
We shall examine his new album Rebirth, particularly the videos On Fire and Explicit, and then compare them with other songs in previous albums. The aim here is to reach a stage where we can decide whether Wayne’s music is still based on morals of the society or not.
Lil Wayne was born, Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr in New Orleans in 1982 and actually began rapping at the age of eight, pretty early to imagine. His career, however, started when he hooked up with Cash Money Records three years later. This, as you would guess, marked the rising of the golden sun. Sadly, midway up in the sky it got shadowed by a mass of huge and ugly clouds. Wayne chose the dark side of life. He subjected himself to the Devil.
The video of the song On Fire shows Lil Wayne’s switch from producing clean music to dirty, evil-inspired music. In this video a white rabbit that eventually turns black is visualized, white standing for purity and innocence while black, for death and evil. The video is based on the reversal of classical paradigm of good versus evil, making evil seem desirable and cool.
 Rebirth seems to confirm Wayne’s initiation into the dark side of the industry and On Fire is the initiation ritual. Further into the video Wayne is approached by a Temptress, a sexy representation of the Devil, who offers him a glass of glowing wine. The wine symbolizes the supernatural nature of the symbolic communion and when Wayne drinks it he actually drinks the Devil’s blood. The procedure is said to be inspired by the Christian ritual of the Eucharist, where bread and wine (representing the Christ’s body and blood) are shared by the members of the church.
Birdman, his father and mentor, in the same video has the graffiti of an inverted pentagram which is a symbol of the Devil and attracts sinister forces because it is upside down. The one that faces upwards actually repels evil but is not used in the video, which tells us about Wayne’s transformation from good to evil.
Having discussed the video On Fire, further scrutiny will be on the one entitled Explicit. Illuminati graphics are seen in that video showing the power Wayne has upon the minds of his fans. The Illuminati theory revolves around the notion that artists who connive with the dark forces have an influence on the human mind and their lyrics stay in the unconscious for a long time. They make the listener want to do bad things. When we copy what those artists do on television (their weird gestures and signs with their hands) we actually giving in to their powers to controlling our minds.
Lil Wayne’s previous albums had morally acceptable messages. Take for instance the song Gossip. In this song he talked about how gossiping and backstabbing a fellow human being was bad. In the song Hustlers’ music he talks about how he worked hard to get what he wanted (basically wealth) and the faith he has in himself to do great things. Basically, unlike his new album, there are no subliminal messages of Satanism in those previous tracks.
The point here is that the new album Rebirth is no longer listenable if someone knows the truth about Lil Wayne and his new grotesque lifestyle. He is an agent of the Devil and is on a mission to win his fans over. His songs are good to listen to yet they have distorted meanings in their lyrics.
How I intend to promote my blog
I will post my link on facebook and ask people to read it and then afterwards comment of like my blog. I will also tweet about it so that people whom I am in touch with on twitter and not on facebook get to know about it as well.
 
 
 
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