While numerous rappers and pop stars — people like Katy Perry, Jay-Z, and Lady Gaga— are alleged to be members of the Illuminati, there is a whole host of other artists with possible links to the Cabal, according to conspiracy theorists and Illuminati watchers. Some of the most important rock bands, country singers, songwriters, and artists of all time have perceived ties to Satan worship, the Occult, or the Illuminati.
Through their lyrics, artwork, images, personas, and actions, these legacy artists have brainwashed untold millions into doing Satan's bidding. Their songs are played on the radio, their albums routinely listed as the greatest of all time, and their concerts still sell out. But how do you stay relevant in the notoriously fast moving music industry, decade after decade?
You call on your masters in the Illuminati, of course. Here are 21 classic rockers, country stars, modern rockers, and big name bands who are alleged to be the preferred entertainment of the Judeo-Masonic-Communist conspiracy that runs everything.
The media pitted the Rolling Stones and the Beatles against each other in a fake battle of “bad boys” vs. “good boys.” But in reality, the Stones are thought to work for the same Dark Master as the Beatles, including releasing an album called Their Satanic Majesties Request and including numerous explicit references to the occult in their lyrics.
One of the original bands linked with devil worship, Zeppelin’s music allegedly (or explicitly) contains a number of references to the devil, the occult, wizards, hobbits, mystical lands, and drugs. As well, Jimmy Page admired Aleister Crowley, the self-titled "wickedest man" on the planet and purchased Crowley's estate, where Crowley (allegedly) conducted occult satanic rituals, demon conjuring, and human sacrifices.
Led Zeppelin is also famous for including “backmasked” messages in “Stairway to Heaven," including phrases like "my sweet Satan" and "I live with Satan." The band has always denied these charges.
The Beatles are said by Illuminati watchers to have introduced a generation of fans to the Dark Lord, marijuana, and rebelling against their parents. The Illuminati would then become their “new” parents, enslaving them to their dark whims.
These references were more hidden in their early work, but allegedly became more explicit as the band used more marijuana.
Hendrix erupted in the music scene in the late '60s with a power and intensity so strong that many believe he couldn’t have done so without Illuminati ties. It’s also alleged that when he outlived his usefulness to the Cabal, he was slain through a staged drug overdose. According to some theories, Hendrix really didn’t do drugs, but he was forced to by the Illuminati.