The “Man in Black” cashes in with Motorhead

The “Man in Black” cashes in with Motorhead

Fans of rock and roll have long indulged in guilty pleasures.

And for several decades, the blistering heavy rock mayhem of Motorhead entertained rock music fans the world over. To many of those same rabid fans, the band Motorhead’s legendary, charismatic but irascible front man, Lemmy Kilmister, remained a living and symbolic totem to sex, drugs, and the reckless abandon of rock and roll rebellion.

Inevitably, all good things must pass, and though he may have appeared to be immortal despite his destructive and debased penchants for Tennessee whiskey, yielding women and amphetamines, the roaring rock and roll freight train known as Motorhead came to a sudden stop when Kilmister reportedly died on the 28th of December, 2015 (3 8’s/aces and eights=24/6/33/high-degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry/December=12/21/777 joker code).

With that brief numerological analysis, loyal readers have no doubt already well- surmised in which direction this installment is travelling. Yes folks, yet another legendary rock star has been identified as an artificially fabricated character created by the music industry, a profitable industry both owned and controlled by the ruling elite, thirteen Jesuit families.

On this occasion however, the true identity of Lemmy KIlmister’s host actor turned out to be quite surprising.

The legendary Kilmister was, in fact, portrayed by another even more legendary Hollywood figure, a mammoth star of prime time network television and a Hall of Fame Country and Western music star whose illustrious career tracks back to the era of the 1950’s, to Sam Phillips and Sun Records, the very recording label that launched the career of the King of Rock himself, Elvis Presley. Continue reading “The “Man in Black” cashes in with Motorhead”