Lana Del Rey, The Olympics, Super Hero Movies, & the Parkland Shooter-David Bowie Conspiracy: CTAUC Podcast with Isaac

On this episode of the Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture podcast I get into a wide variety of topics that are all VERY relevant in today’s society. From Lana Del Rey’s revelation to the masses to the Olympics “witchcraft” moments, and wrapping it up with the Parkland shooter-David Bowie conspiracy; it’s a controversial slew of occultism!

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The first half of the show is free for all; with the second half available for Patreon Tier 1+ supporters.

Show Topics:

  • Lana Del Rey’s “Get Free” song- lyrics about new age of magick and Crowley
  • Symbolism and Jim Marrs latest book
  • Huncho Jack symbolism of the Baphomet
  • Quincy Jones new film (and SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC)
  • Olympics opening ceremony and witchcraft

The full show (for Patreon Tier 1 and up supporters) goes deeper with bonus content:

  • Chainsmokers “You Owe Me” with cannabilism and vampirism
  • Jack Parsons on Drunk History
  • Netflix film “The Ritual” about a pagan culture in Swedish woods
  • The Shape of Water- great movie, lots of 666 hands
  • Wonder Woman- boring, but Star of Semiramis on the queen’s crown and Louvre pyramid of human “darkness”
  • Super hero movies are part of agenda- Blavatsky, Star Wars, Black Panther
  • Grounding mat (here’s the study I’m referencing; check it out! https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3265077/)
    • This is the mat I bought but I’m sure there are others just as good out there:
  • Parkland Shooter had demons and David Bowie sang about Valentine’s Day school shooting

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-Isaac

Website publisher of IlluminatiWatcher.com and top 5% Amazon author of THE DARK PATH; Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infiltration of the entertainment industry. Using examples of familiar pop culture and works of entertainment, Isaac has been speaking and writing about the occult from a unique perspective that seeks to understand the big agenda while helping others along the way.

Isaac hosts the “Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture” podcast (supported by the IW Patreons) as well as being the monthly Illuminati expert on BLACKOUT Radio. He has been a featured guest on Dave Navarro’s “Dark Matter Radio,” Richard C. Hoagland’s “Other Side of Midnight”, SIRIUS/XM’s The All Out Show, The HigherSide Chats, Freeman Fly’s “The Free Zone”, Mark Devlin’s “Good Vibrations”, VICE, COMPLEX magazine, and many more radio shows and podcasts. His fresh perspective and openly admitted imperfections promotes the rational approach to exploring these taboo subjects and conspiracy theories.

 

 

Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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  1. RADIOHEAD has more than one hit. Come on now, be serious.
    And they have some great music imho. I for one don’t understand how you can like some of the music that you seem to like. But hey, to each his own.

    Lana Del Rey unmistakably copied the Radiohead song. Vulture has a good article about it.

    ROBERT JOHNSON
    From wikipedia: After school, Robert adopted the surname of his natural father, signing himself as Robert Johnson on the certificate of his marriage to sixteen-year-old Virginia Travis in February 1929. She died in childbirth shortly after.[12] Surviving relatives of Virginia told the blues researcher Robert “Mack” McCormick that this was a divine punishment for Robert’s decision to sing secular songs, known as “selling your soul to the Devil”. McCormick believed that Johnson himself accepted the phrase as a description of his resolve to abandon the settled life of a husband and farmer to become a full-time blues musician.[13]

    If you believe that making some deal with the devil gives you abilities that you didn’t have before then you believe in magick.

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