Is it live or is it Milli Vanilli?

Is it live or is it Milli Vanilli?

Are you a music fan?

If so, have you ever paid top dollar to attend a live performance from your favorite artist, only to later discover that live performance may not have been well, live?

Did you become angry, or like most, were you merely happy to have been entertained?

What if, to confound matters, you were to learn your favorite popular music recording artist wasn’t who they claimed to be?

While your contemplating, how does this play into the larger question of the simulated nature of the actor based reality and, are there larger implications at play – is humanity being conditioned to accept, and even prefer the presence of a simulated reality in lieu of what is perceived to be organic?

To many throughout the generations, pop culture and pop music have come to represent insatiable opiates. Though many would no doubt dismiss the very notion, pop music stars and pop culture icons have also come to represent sacred images, similar to the high esteem once held toward cherished religious relics of ages past.

Indeed, it remains difficult for many to find fault with any of their chosen pop culture icons, even when they are confronted with the awful truth while their majestic emperors stand before them, unceremoniously disrobed.

This psychological phenomenon deliberately exploits the primal urge to imagine that one can become part of something larger than oneself, even if that primal connection exists as a simulated substitute for genuine human intimacy.

However, further and more penetrating analysis of that phenomenon one fears, at least for now, would be venturing too far afield and perhaps beyond the intended scope of this installment.

Nevertheless, loyal readers shall soon learn, the phenomenon of lip syncing associated with the world of pop and even rock music has become virtually all-pervasive.

No folks, lip syncing isn’t just for the likes of Milli Vanilli or Madonna anymore.

However, don’t be dismayed, for loyal readers should be content to learn this installment does not intend to primarily concern itself with merely an analysis of this music industry phenomenon.

The fact is, folks, the phenomenon of performance miming or as it is more popularly known, lip syncing, has existed for decades, long before Milli Vanilli, Madonna, and hosts of other popular artists had been cited as guilty practitioners.

In fact, after briefly dispensing with the lip syncing phenomenon and why it continues to be so prevalent, one shall proceed to definitively identify a pair of popular music recording artists who have successfully portrayed multiple pop music icons over a period of decades.

One of these is a well-respected guitarist and former member of a high-profile pop act who, as it turns out, also has a connection with the Charles Manson simulated serial murder hoax of the 1960’s.

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Jay Leno: the man behind the mask (part II)

Jay Leno: the man behind the mask (part II)

For those still shocked over the author’s conclusions as to the true identity of legendary American talk show host, Jay Leno, the following may not serve to offer any additional comfort.

Nepotism is the lifeblood of Hollywood and the entertainment industry at large, and most of the famous stars of stage, screen, and television are, in fact the sons and daughters of the elite, the rich and the socially prominent, and many possess genealogical ties to European nobility and even royalty.

The host actor behind the mask of celebrity comedian and late night television luminary Jay Leno proves to be no exception – a multi-talented actor capable of assuming and maintaining various and simultaneous roles while under the glaring scrutiny of both public and press.

Rest assured, only the most highly skilled and well-trained performers can maintain the grandest of deceptions.

Nevertheless, the larger question looms: should such grand deception be allowed to persist, or does it persist because of an apathetic public acutely stricken with blind celebrity worship?
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Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (part II)

Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (part II)

I deeply apologize in advance to loyal readers who may have expected the delivery of this final installment involving the life and career of the late Kurt Cobain much sooner. But preparations for the publication of the author’s new book, Twilight’s Last Glory, have kept one preoccupied.

Also, the author would like to extend his sincere gratitude to all those who have recently and graciously decided to follow Newsspell.

No doubt, you will find what is published here to be thought provoking, informative, and perhaps at the very least, entertaining.

Since time immemorial, humans have harbored a macabre fascination with the concept of death, and the mere contemplation of it seems to overwhelmingly elicit both fear and awe. Whether through literature, movies, or television – when presented with death’s mysterious inscrutability – humans are brought to the edge of life’s precipice and forced to contemplate the valley of death’s dark depths.

Faced with uncertainty’s anguish, one finds the comforting sight of one’s religious edifices pulverized to dust, scattered like ghostly trails of wind-blown fall leaves, and achieving ultimate absolution becomes tantamount to grasping evergreen spring’s morning mist.

And yet, nothing, comparative to the contemplation of death’s mystery remains more intoxicating to the worshipful masses eternally drawn to stories that feature the mortal, but manufactured misfortune of mythical heroes, for only in death can such storybook heroes achieve legendary immortality.

That is why myths and legends of dead heroes endure, for although penetrating discussion of such may remain largely unspoken, nothing save death’s insatiable fixation for those struggling in quiet futility causes one to feel more alive.

Repetitive tales of the death of heroes also causes the masses to look for an escape from their sorrow through material acquisition, which benefits no one except the merchants, bankers, and the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families. As one will soon observe, the concept of death, or the flirtation with death, figured prominently with most of the famous pop culture characters this highly skilled host actor portrayed.

Though the author’s shocking and even incredible conclusions for this installment will no doubt invite incredulity, and perhaps even scorn and ridicule from newcomers and loyal readers alike, keep in mind that almost anything is possible in Hollywood’s magic land of Oz.

Yes it’s true folks, not only was Kurt Cobain a pop music character created by our old friend, Hollywood mogul David Geffen, the son of Barry Diller AKA Prince Eduard von Furstenberg, but Cobain’s host actor portrayed other famous Hollywood actors and musical performers (and not always belonging to the same gender!) some of whom also met with a suitably tragic, but scripted end.   Continue reading “Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (part II)”

Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (Part I)

Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (Part I)

Admittedly, when research began for this installment, one balked.

To slowly come to the realization that perhaps one of the most fascinating artists from the past may not have been who he claimed, an artist that truly appeared to have represented the last gasp of genuine rock and roll rebelliousness, felt as if a moribund shroud had begun to blot out whatever glimmers of hope still existed.

Then again – one began to reason the with the cold and objective observations of an investigator – why should the subject of this installment exceptionally differentiate from any other examined in the past? After all, despite the anti-establishment image this star born character came to the world cloaked in, the “late” Kurt Cobain was, after all, and like any other, merely another corporate product, created and marketed by the global commercial system.

Still – what a product he was!

But, as one shall soon observe, the influence, and deliberate guiding hand of a powerful, executive Hollywood figure featured before here at Newsspell, shall once again prove to have played a most prominent role.
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Anthony Bourdain: Suicide by the numbers

Anthony Bourdain: Suicide by the numbers

The success of the illusionist relies on their ability to blur the clear distinction between reality and fantasy until the intended audience, or the target of the psychological operation can no longer perceive any delineating demarcation. When this dynamic is expertly and properly achieved, the target will no longer possess the ability to discern between black and white, between up or down, between a lie and the truth.

When deliberated upon, this fantastical blurring damages the psychological demeanor of the target to such a degree as to induce – and through repeated targeting, reinforce – a state of acute confusion, and perhaps, when the target is continually subjected to the effects of such operations, even incipient psychosis. Within the highest degrees of the Brotherhood of Freemasonry, which is merely a front for the Jesuit order, can be found masters of this illusionist’s dynamic. Although loyal readers are aware one has articulated this idea many times, the egregious and deliberate lies broadcast to the public through the medium of the mainstream (and alternative), corporate owned media(s) represent the assiduous creations of such illusions, and are in truth, black magic spelled upon the public in the guise of “news.”

These sorts of stories proffered by mass media in the post-modern age – that of Anthony Bourdain et al. – are not just perpetrated psychological operations, but in fact are tantamount to directed energy weapons.

The death of “Anthony Bourdain” was one such illusion perpetrated upon the public, and once again, one shall reveal the identity of the host actor involved in what was essentially a Freemasonic ritual.

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Should America buy what Elon is selling?(Part III)

Should America buy what Elon is selling?(Part III)

In a world drowning in lies the saving grace of truth has been deemed “hate speech.”

There can no longer be any doubt you are living in a fabricated reality created by insecure narcissists and reinforced with the lethal club of psychological warfare repeatedly bludgeoning the masses into submissive docility.

The irony of this scenario is that the so-called ruling elite are more afraid than ever of what the masses may do if ever a great percentage became aware of the true nature of their illusion of power.

In truth, they are weak and pathetic – and they know it. Think about it folks, if those perceived as so-called authorities were telling the truth, would they need armies, police, guns and bombs to enforce it?

And remember, the perceived power of the ruling elite wouldn’t exist if the masses weren’t so willing to give away the power to rule over their own destiny.

Believe it or not folks, the actor based reality is not the only secret harbored by the ruling elite Jesuit families. In fact, the proverbial rabbit hole in this Wonderland of Oz sold to the masses through corporate owned mainstream media outlets as “reality” goes much deeper.

But for now, before one begins to address that dilemma, there is the issue of America’s “next level genius” Elon Musk (Elo=the biblical Elohim found in Genesis/EM=33, most supreme degree bestowed by Scottish Rite Freemasonry).

It is most probable the alleged host actor(s) hidden behind the CGI mask of Elon Musk are one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, and a royal European Prince. As one shall soon observe, the former was closely related to the career development of music industry superstar Lady Gaga, portrayed by Princess Beatrice, the Duchess of York (See: Unholy trinity: Sex, drugs, and rock and roll (Part IV) Continue reading “Should America buy what Elon is selling?(Part III)”