Unholy Trinity: Sex, drugs, rock and roll (Part II)

Unholy Trinity: Sex, drugs, rock and roll (Part II)

Assuredly, this installment will offend most classic rock fans everywhere.

So be it.

Behind the beguiling melodies and glittering and romantic image, lurks a destructive social agenda. After all, a population under the influence of sex, drugs, and rock and roll becomes a vulnerable mass ripe for further political and social manipulations. Many, if not all of the superstar pop and rock stars one worships and adores are merely vessels and puppets of the ruling elite Jesuit bloodlines, soldiers enlisted in a globally coordinated scheme of psychological and perhaps even spiritual warfare.

Be that as it may, the sphere of the commercial music industry, perhaps just as much if not more so than any field of human endeavor, one shall find propped up with the illusion of smoke and mirrors. Nostalgia is a powerful myth making elixir, and is therefore heavily utilized as a prime weapon of psychological warfare upon the masses.

One doesn’t have to be a music industry aficionado to observe many classic rock bands have chosen to persist, some rather pathetically, in attempting to reclaim the superstar status of their youthful glory days. All too often, the generations that came of age during the acts glory years, are willing to pay the overly inflated price of admission to once again travel back in time to relive the gilded memories of forgotten prom dances.

This installment will include a rather damning story involving a superstar classic rock band and a dedicated albeit disgruntled fan, as well detail the hoax that rocked the music industry.  Continue reading “Unholy Trinity: Sex, drugs, rock and roll (Part II)”