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HELL'S BELLS: Dangers of Rock 'N Roll

I had heard of this documentary for a long time, but never saw it until last year. I would not have been ready for it if I had seen it earlier.  Please give it a chance, it’s dated and slightly goofy, but the message is sincere and I believe it’s correct. There really IS something wrong with rock music and there always has been. 

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Kay
Kay
1 month ago

“Christian” music is a part of this B.S. too. Music “Business” it’s all an industry. 😡

breaker
breaker
1 month ago
Reply to  Kay

Fritz Springmeier said that most large Christian industries are compromised in some way. When I hear about Marty Sampson or Jars of Clay etc losing their faith, I assume they were either originally selected based upon talent/looks alone (not character and spiritual walk) or that the industry corrupted them.

I personally know of one institution that is compromised, that I will share here someday when the time is right.

marie
marie
1 month ago

It’s probably a good thing we didn’t watch MTV or most television growing up. But it’s not just rock, it’s a lot of forms of music, country, rap etc.. it’s all polluted by the big wigs making sure to inbed satanic groundwork from the very start of productions spreading through everything like tentacles.

BooBoo
BooBoo
1 month ago
Reply to  marie

I grew up watching MTV and it ruined my life. I’m a singer, so I took it seriously… I made a ton of unfortunate decisions based on that witchcraft…

marie
marie
1 month ago
Reply to  BooBoo

Actually you were lucky you got out and were aware enough to get to this point. You would be ruined if* you were walking around thinking you’re woke but zombified like the rest of the music scene.

Last edited 1 month ago by marie
frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  BooBoo

My parents are still engaged with MTV after 41 years of programming. Their hypocrisy is astonishing. They say Teen Mom is a bad influence but watch the other garbage they have to offer. Out of all the trash tv they always watched I’m actually surprised though that they never got into the Kardashians.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

MTV used to actually be oriented almost entirely to music programming. It was in the early 90’s that they started coming out with long form reality shows like The Real World. It was at least ten years old at that point, guess they needed to reinvent themselves.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago
Reply to  marie

The film covers all kinds of pop music, “rock n roll” is just the umbrella term they use for it.

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago

Cathy O’Brien and Juliette Engel talk about how they started using all genres of music for harmonic mind control in the mid century. Music evokes powerful emotions and decisions even if it’s not being used for mind control, imagine the damage that’s been done to everyone on earth at this point.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

In the 70s was when they made it a official requirement to become a witch in order to work in the music industry. John Todd explained this and then went missing because he mentioned the Rothschilds and the elites monopoly empire.

breaker
breaker
1 month ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

A few days ago I was working out and had a 90s playlist going. Nine Inch Nails “The Hand That Feeds You” came on. I let it play. I just watched the Trance movie and I’m intrigued by the harmonics idea, and I was curious if they were present in NIN’s music (Reznor’s music is very dark and I think demonic).

I am not sure what I am listening for when it comes to harmonics, but I did hear something at the end of the song that was very interesting. There is a group of voices repeating singing the refrain. The effect is subtle. They aren’t singing harmony, all melody, but it sounds kind of guttural. It’s creepy. I think a good term for it would be “the demonic chorus.” Not that there are actual demons singing, more that it sounds like demonic voices whispering at the fringes, enticing you towards evil.

You can hear it in the chorus of “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” as well, but with female voices.

Laz
Laz
1 month ago
Reply to  breaker

It’s the bass too. Bass brings out your primal self.

Being high on anything, but especially psychedelics, while listening to music like that affects you deeply, even if you don’t realize it. The first time I heard anything from Pretty Hate Machine I was in the club sitting next to the concert speakers wacked out of my mind on acid or muchrooms and it changed the course of my life… and not for the better.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Laz

Yeah. I was able to get high on sleeping pills while listening to music. My sleep doctor gave me a high dosage of them and I would dance around listening to The Velvet Underground before bed while the drugs kicked in and I got loopy. I was able to maintain having them without getting addicted because the pills are restricted as my other medicine is. I was able to get a spiritual high from the music itself without drugs too. Like Bauhaus and The Doors has gotten me high before and it all came down to the bass or guitar.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  breaker

Yes. I have heard that too. Another great example is Riders on the storm by The Doors.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago

They Sold Their Souls for Rock and Roll by Good fight ministries is a great one too.

Easily_Forgotten
Easily_Forgotten
1 month ago

Could you post a link? I am finding a lot of videos with that title, but none by Good Fight Ministries.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago

They have a YouTube channel and a playlist of clips from the documentary. The entire documentary isn’t available on YouTube anymore so you will have to buy it on their website. They have other documentaries too.

Kat
Kat
1 month ago

I agree. It’s discordant and sets my teeth on edge.