ANOTHER OCCULTIC OLYMPIC GAMES
What the mainstream does not report on the Tokyo Olympics.
It is fascinating that John Lennon’s song “Imagine” was once again played at an Olympic Games. That the Summer Olympics Games in Tokyo is being held during the time of Corona and against the wishes of most of the Japanese people and without any crowds to cheer the millionaire pretty bodies on is brushed off. But let us look at the song that was pre-recorded by Keith Urban, Alejandro Sanz, and Angélique Kidjo and Hans Zimmer.
“Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today... Aha-ah...
Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion, too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace... You...
You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you'll join us
And the world will be as one
Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world... You...
Okay, so it denies God as well as heaven and hell. In fact, it denies religion and nation-states which comes down to what, a new world order under one unified command? It demands socialism to share whatever you have. No wonder that this is the Globalists’ favourite song. It is one of the most played in the 20th century. It is in the Grammy Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Since 2005 it always plays at the New Year's Eve ball drop at New York City's Times Square and the list goes on. It was also played at the 1996 Summer Olympics, 2006 Winter Olympics and 2012 Summer Olympics. In 2014, to celebrate 25 years of UNICEF's Convention, it played at the UN, that occultic organisation. In 2015, Lady Gaga performed the song at the 2015 European Games opening ceremony. Sufficient to say that it is well admired by a great many people.
I must ask though if you know how closely the Beatles is associated to one Aleister Crowley? This fellow is known as the “main spiritual teacher of rock music.” His life mission was to destroy Jesus Christ and Christianity while exalting sex perversion, drugs, magic and Satan. In fact, he was one of the greatest occultists that ever lived. A vile man in every sense of the word. Let me quote this loser so that you can understand his way of thinking: “I do not wish to argue that the doctrines of Jesus, they and they alone, have degraded the world to its present condition. I take it that Christianity is not only the cause but the symptom of slavery… That religion they call Christianity; the devil they honour they call God. I accept these definitions, as a poet must do, if he is to be at all intelligible to his age, and it is their God and their religion that I hate and will destroy.” (Aleister Crowley, The World’s Tragedy.)
Not a man worth following but none the less he is the spiritual leader of the most popular rock bands of all time, not only the Beatles. Should you look at the cover of Sgt. Pepper you will find Aleister Crowley besides many other dubious people. Only one was removed, Adolf Hitler, was removed. The Beatles themselves said that the cover shows those that they admire: Ringo Starr: “…people we like and admire” (Hit Parade, Oct. 1976. Paul McCartney: “we were going to have photos on the wall of all our heroes.” (Musician, Special Collector’s Edition, – Beatles and Rolling Stones, 1988, p.12.)
So what did Crowley say that they liked so much besides the obvious? He said and this slogan is still to be found in various formats today “Do What Thou Wilt.” In other words, screw God’s moral laws, the Ten Commandments, and do whatever you please. John Lennon confirmed this: “The whole Beatle idea was to do what you want, right? To take your own responsibility, do what you want and try not to harm other people, right? Do What Thou Wilt, as long as it doesn’t hurt somebody…” (“The Playboy Interviews with John Lennon & Yoko Ono”, by David Sheff & G. Barry Golson, p. 61.)
Derek Tailor, Press Officer for the Beatles, said in 1964 (see Saturday Evening Post, Aug. 8, 1964) that: “They (Beatles) are completely anti-Christ. I mean, I am anti-Christ as well, but they’re so anti-Christ they shock me which isn’t an easy thing.” What did John Lennon think of Catholics? “Jesus El Pifico, a garlic-eating, stinking little yellow, greasy fascist bastard catholic Spaniard.” (John Lennon, A Spaniard in the Works, p.14.) What about his views on Christianity for which his band had to apologise or face being banned out of South Africa, at the time: “Christianity will go, it will vanish and shrink. I needn’t argue about that. I’m right and will be proved right. We’re more popular than Jesus now.” John Lennon (San Francisco Chronicle, April 13, 1966, p.26.)
And the song written by this man is so honoured? A song that is against everything that a GMJ reader stands for. Do you think that there might be a message to you in playing it so much? To accept that your country is no more, your leaders sold you out, and there is no God or Heaven either. And since there is no hell, then why should they not do as they want? Yes, it is a message. Take heed of it. Should you bother to research more on this topic you will find that the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony was littered with the occult. It is entirely disgusting.
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