The Music Industry Exposed series comes to an end

We have decided to end the Music Industry Exposed series by briefly touching on the transhumanist agenda and Monarch mind control.

We’d like to thank everyone who has watched this series, whether you believe any of the information or not is irrelevant because you used your personal time to watch it and that we respect. We’d also like to thank those who spread the word about our work, because without you, we wouldn’t have been able to reach out to the great volume of people we have so far and still continue to do so.

Although the Music Industry Exposed series has ended it does not mean we will not be posting any more videos, whether they be short clips or full length series.

The reason we had decided to create a video series about the music industry and write an analysis of a song is because we knew that it was a subject which many would find interesting because a large majority of the world listens to music. That’s also why we purposely focused on a few celebrities and at the right time. Creating the Music Industry Exposed series is not something we wanted to do, in fact we do not even listen to mainstream music and take no interest in it nor do we follow celebrity gossip, we loathe it, but we knew by making this series it would raise an awareness that would make people realise how much influence the entertainment industry has and how dangerous it is. We truly hope more people see this fact and keep themselves, their family and friends protected from it.

Peace be with you all.

Eminem’s ‘Not Afraid’ – Analysis

I’ve been receiving many emails regarding Eminem’s new song, “Not Afraid”. Many people are requesting that I should do a breakdown of the song and the music video to it. To be honest, there isn’t much symbolism in the music video, at least not occult symbolism anyway. But lyrically speaking, the message the song delivers is very much loud and clear, so not much explanation is required. However, some people might not fully understand the metaphors Eminem uses in this song and may have missed out on important little details, so this gives us a good excuse to look at it in more depth.