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General Category => Music => Topic started by: Mark on May 06, 2016, 11:04:35 pm

Title: Pagan Pop Star Adele Says That Beyonce Is ‘Jesus Christ’ And That She Enjoys Wo
Post by: Mark on May 06, 2016, 11:04:35 pm
Pagan Pop Star Adele Says That Beyonce Is ‘Jesus Christ’ And That She Enjoys Worshipping Her

“Beyoncé is the most inspiring person I’ve ever had the pleasure of worshipping,” she wrote. “Her talent, beauty, grace and work ethic are all in a league of their own. I appreciate you so much! Thank god for Beyoncé X.” Adele said.

British pop queen Adele paused a concert in Denmark this week to sing the praises of Beyoncé and her latest album, the Black Lives Matter-themed Lemonade, telling attendees at the concert that Beyoncé is ‘Jesus Christ’

“Ye shall make you no idols nor graven image, neither rear you up a standing image, neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the LORD your God.” Leviticus 26:1 (KJV)

Pop singer Adele made some amazing and blasphemous comments while performing at the Forum in Copenhagen, Denmark on Tuesday as she stopped mid-show to give a shout-out to Beyonce. “Beyoncé is the most inspiring person I’ve ever had the pleasure of worshipping,” she wrote. “Her talent, beauty, grace and work ethic are all in a league of their own. I appreciate you so much! Thank god for Beyoncé X.”

Adele went on to refer to Beyonce as ‘Jesus Christ’, but only after inserting one of the foulest ‘expletives deleted’ you could possibly imagine in the middle of the Lord’s Name. Nice to know what Adele thinks of the same Jesus that lets her breathe His air, and allows her to wake up every day.

Before her concert, Adele posted a photo to Instagram showing her hugging a poster of Beyoncé, and wrote that she was “speechless,” presumably over the singer’s latest album.

Beyonce freely admits being possessed by a spirit she calls Sasha Fierce, and has mentioned her time and again in interviews over the span of multiple years. Watch the video below for a graphic look at the demonic spirits that guide Beyonce and her ‘golden’ career.


This is the type of Godless trash that your kids are exposed to each and every day of their lives. You can’t stop them from listening to it when they are outside your home, but you can use it as an opportunity to teach your kids what blasphemy is, and why they should never do it.

Adele got it right, though, when she said “thank god for Beyonce” referring to the “little g” god of this world, otherwise known as Satan. It is he that brings you the adoring crowds, the cheering fans, the drugs, booze, sex and the incredible riches you now enjoy so much.

Just remember on thing. Satan always turns on the people he ‘blesses’ in the end. You can count on it. Why don’t you turn the the real Jesus Christ and ask Him to save you? If you don’t, one day soon you will be saying “Hello” to the Devil, face to face.


Title: Re: Pagan Pop Star Adele Says That Beyonce Is ‘Jesus Christ’ And That She Enjoys Wo
Post by: Mark on October 25, 2016, 02:18:10 am
Beyoncé's Haunted Demonic Flow Drives Teens to Slit Their Wrists

Demonic? Absolutely. During a performance of her song "Haunted," Beyoncé's hair got caught up on her earring, tearing it from her ear and causing plenty of blood—and a call to cut.

After the performance, Twitter and Facebook was ablaze with "#CutforBeyonce" and "BleedforBeyonce" hashtags. The so-called Beyhive—a name that describes the once-Christian singer's fan base of mostly women and gay men who obsess over her stardom—started cutting themselves in a show of unity with the singer.

This is not speculation. Gruesome bloody photos have cropped up on social media revealing her fans are bleeding for her along with comments like these:

"If the queen bleeds the hive must unify and leak our blood to restore her spirits," one super fan tweeted. "Beyhive we must."

"If Queen B had to endure pain, so do I. Tonight we #CutforBeyonce."

Cutting is a dark trend that's suddenly making its way into the limelight. Indeed, the #CutforBieber and #Cut4Bieber hashtags have been trending on Twitter, a social media platform of choice for teens.

Let's step back for a minute. What is cutting? And how serious is it? Cutting is a form of deliberate self-harm, self-inflicted violence in which people take a razor blade or other sharp object and cut into their flesh to the point of letting blood.

The psychology behind it is heart-wrenching: The pain of cutting is a distraction from the emotional pain, anger and frustration the cutter feels. The cutter may slice their wrists, arms, legs or stomachs. The cuts are often so deep they leave scars that mirror the emotional scars in their soul.

I've been involved with youth who call themselves cutters. So when I saw this campaign, it struck my heart. Encouraging anyone to cut, even in a mock protest, is more than irresponsible. It's a demon-inspired ploy to drive depressed teenagers deeper into bondage and lure curious youth to engage in an act they've never had the courage to act out.

Cutting is indeed a serious problem, but because cutters tend to hide their self-injury, it often goes unnoticed and is difficult to track. The Journal of Clinical Psychology reports about 4 percent of the U.S. population show signs of self-injurious behavior. That's more than 12 million people. A cnn.com poll shows that 1 in 5 teens have purposely injured themselves at some time.

Although self-injury may bring a momentary sense of calm and a release of tension, the Mayo Clinic reports it's usually followed by guilt and shame and the return of painful emotions. And, Mayo reports, with self-injury comes the possibility of more serious and even fatal self-aggressive actions. Make no mistake: Even though the cutter's intent is not suicide, cutters could take the practice down the dark road to death, even accidentally.

If you think your teen—or someone you know—is cutting, consider the signs and symptoms the Mayo Clinic lists, which include scars, fresh cuts, scratches, bruises and other wounds; possession of sharp objects; wearing long sleeves or long pants (even in hot weather); spending a lot of time alone; claiming to have frequent accidents; behavioral or emotional instability; and statements of helplessness or hopelessness.

Teens are good at hiding what's going on in their hearts. If you think someone is cutting, seek out help from a pastor, school counselor or pediatrician. To Write Love on Her Arms offers valuable insights. Cutting is no laughing matter, and I pray that every young one who is caught up in cutting will find healing for their wounded heart. And Twitter, if you are listening, I urge you to find a way to cut off these types of campaigns before copycat mockers find a new platform to spread their potentially deadly messages.