Katy Perry Says ‘Praying To Satan’ Should Be On Your ‘Bucket List’
Experiencing “Satan’s raw power” is something everybody should experience at least once in their lifetime, according to Katy Perry, who advised fans to “add praying to Satan to your bucket list.“
“People who say they’ll ‘try anything once’ are usually full of sh*t. How do I know this? Because if they tried praying to Satan just once, they’d be doing it every day. Multiple times per day. It’s really that powerful. It’s a real trip.
Speaking at a Stella McCartney fashion event in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Katy Perry denied rumors that she has undergone plastic surgery, and instead attributed her refreshed look to a new “spiritual outlook“.
Advising everybody to “add praying to Satan to your bucket list”, Katy Perry compared her first time praying to Satan to a mythical movie, ‘When Beckie Met Chad.’
“My first time was like ‘When Beckie Met Chad,” she said, laughing at herself. “People who are used to praying to God, praying to Jesus or whatever, well, praying to Satan tends to rock the foundations of your world and changes your perceptions of who you thought you were.
“It’s a whole extra level of amazing. People often say they feel like they’ve opened a door and a real power has washed through them, it’s, like, physical. It’s like opening your front door in a hurricane.”
“Life is short, huh?” said the host.
“I’ve heard the rumors,” she said. “Everybody’s talking about it. Oh, and the younger you start, the better. The brain refuses to adapt to new stimuli after a certain age. It’s like that with music too. The areas of the brain that deal with music and spirituality are closely linked.“
Katy Perry’s Satanic confession is merely the latest in a long line of public dalliances the singer has shared with the devil. The daughter of two pastors, Katy Perry started her career as a country singer before reinvented her image as a raunchy pop star, flashing Satanic hand gestures and promoting Illuminati symbolism as she rode to the top of the charts.
Since establishing herself in the global consciousness as a Devil-worshipping entertainer, the singer has attempted to tame her dark image, however the disturbing conversation she held with the radio hosts suggests she is far from a reformed character, and she has openly sold her soul to Satan.
The incident has also sparked fears around the world that the Illuminati have moved onto the next phase of the masterplan, and have begun using celebrities to openly promote Satanism as a viable religious choice for young people seeking spiritual guidance.
Katy Perry flaunting Illuminati symbolism
Perry made public overtures to the Illuminati in 2014, flaunting herself and begging to join the secret society.
“Listen,” she said to Rolling Stone, “if the Illuminati exist, I would like to be invited! I see all that sh*t, and I’m like, Come on, let me in! I want to be in the club!”
Fast forward four years and Katy Perry is basically demonic play dough. She has been at the forefront of the elite’s agenda for years now, and has completed the transaction of her soul to the industry.
Oxford University: Satanism ‘Fastest Growing Religion’ In America
Satanism is now the “fastest growing religion in the United States“, according to British researcher Dr. James Phillips, who warns “chances are now as high as one in 10 that the guy next door is a Satanist.“
“The religion has a long history, but it has exploded in the last couple of years,” says Dr. Phillips, an academic who specializes in niche religions and the occult at Oxford University in England.
“I’m quite certain that it’s at least 10% of the American population now – maybe more,” says Dr. Phillips. “We’re talking about men and women from all walks of life. Satanism has gone overground.”
Celebrity endorsements of Satan worship have “certainly played a part“, says Dr. Phillips, who also cites “media outlets pushing the Satanic agenda, attempting to normalize it and lure non-typical types into the fold.“
“The LA Times recently ran a piece on Satanism, attempting to portray devil worship as cool. Here in England, The Guardian, the biggest liberal newspaper in the world, just ran a similar advertorial for Satanism. Right now, don’t ask me why, but global media outlets, big publications, are doing Satan’s bidding.”
The LA Times article referred to by Dr. Philips, published on January 5, details the lives and Satanic practices of a group of “artists, writers, rock musicians” who gather to hail Satan. The writer is keen to establish the idea that Satanists are noble rebels.
According to the LA Times, “a heterodox generation of new self-described satanists is upending old Rosemary’s Baby and Helter Skelter stereotypes in service of radical politics, feminist aesthetics and community unity”.
“In these times, a lot of people want to not feel helpless. And Lucifer was the original rebel angel,” says Zachary James, one of the Satanists interviewed by the LA Times.
Another Satan worshipper attempts to compare Satanism to any other communal gathering.
“It’s hard enough inspiring people in L.A. to congregate,” Smith said. “But there’s also real philosophy there, and the means to apply it. Rituals keep you accountable to the work you’re doing. Satanism doesn’t require ideology, and it’s ideology that so often kills writing.”
The Guardian article, published on January 7, goes even further than the LA Times in legitimizing the worship of Satan, declaring that the Church of Satan is now “cool” and Satanism is a “spiritual antidote to the Trump era.”
he fact that mainstream media outlets are now promoting Satanism as a legitimate form of religious worship, equal to Christianity, except “cooler“, should come as no surprise to the alert.
Last year Jay-Z described Jesus Christ as “the original fake news“. Miley Cyrus said “Hail Satan” on live radio and claimed she has a closer relationship with the devil than with her “earthly father”, Billy Ray. Rihanna was caught telling children in Barbados that “if Jesus hasn’t answered your prayers, try praying to Satan.”
Just last week, Chelsea Clinton told her Twitter followers that Satanism is a “religion” that deserves “respect.”
These incidents have sparked fears around the world that the Illuminati have moved onto the next phase of their masterplan, and have begun marshaling their pawns – celebrities and mainstream media outlets – to openly promote dark spirituality as a viable religious choice for those seeking guidance.