Rihanna is apparently getting nervous about losing some of her fame, according to the British tabloid The Sun.
Here’s what GossipOnThis posted up (presumably from The Sun):
RIHANNA has turned to a psychic for advice on how to fix her chaotic life. The singer has become increasingly superstitious and is also paranoid about losing her fame. She has now visited a Buddhist fortune-teller and a psychic for help. A source said: “Rihanna is exhausted at the moment and feeling lonely.
“She’s worried her fans could turn against her and is also convinced she’ll lose her fame. It’s made her really superstitious. She sees signs and omens in normal events. Rihanna has been to see a psychic and a fortune-teller, and asked for a look into her future.”
I find this odd because she’s easily one of the most recognizable figures in the music industry, so what would be so worrisome that she would employ the help of some occult practices such as fortune-tellers (which are warned of in the Bible as “soothsayers”)? She could be using magic in some form, since that is what we saw with her 777 documentary on Fox where they showed her flying around the world doing several shows, but that is besides the point. As I mentioned in the Rihanna’s 777 documentary & Aleister Crowley occult symbolism post:
Aleister Crowley wrote a book called 777 and other Qabalistic writings of Aleister Crowley which is obviously where I’m going to take this.
The documentary featured Rihanna’s tour and all of the journalists and fans who were involved, but I don’t want to focus on that, i want to talk about the 777 being a number important to the Illuminati and esoteric occult groups. The Qabalah book that Madonna, New Agers, and conspiracy theorists always refer to as a source of esoteric knowledge features a book called ’777.’ However, more importantly, occultist and magician Aleister Crowley referenced it in a document he wrote called Liber 777 Vel Prolegoma Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticae Viae Explicande, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicum Sanctissimorum Scientiae Summae. The ’777′ is apparently important in the title of all of that, and it’s used in some magic rituals that I won’t pretend to understand. If you want more on Crowley and the entertainment industry’s obsession with this OTO order he created, check my Aliester Crowley’s ‘OTO’ Entertainment industry membership post.
All of this is begging the question of: “who” is she nervous will be taking her fame away?… Let’s hope there’s not some more evidence to support my theory occult sacrifices and the symbolism we see elsewhere. I wrote a post that pointed out that multitude of comparisons that were being drawn to Princess Diana in the Predictive Programming of forthcoming Rihanna tragedy? and unfortunately this type of stuff points down that weird road, that started with this magazine post:
Like Diana, Rihanna has worryingly drifted into using photo ops to send messages of allure, defiance, or revenge in a turbulent relationship with an errant partner. Rihanna, another victim of a festering romantic triangle, has bounced dizzyingly back and forth in her checkered affair with rapper Chris Brown, who was convicted of a felony in 2009 for abusing her.
Diana’s anguished helplessness and isolation inside the royal family, with its stoical code of duty, led her to gravitate toward the ever-hovering paparazzi, whose global power as a media institution increased exponentially because of her popularity… The problem is that, in this era of social media, Rihanna in her fury of tainted love has tools ready to hand that Diana never dreamed of. Instagram, for example, a photo-sharing program with a palette of special-effects filters, allows Rihanna to send personal pictures to friend and foe in the blink of an eye, without the mediation of professional photographers. It is autobiography written by a volatile mix of impulse and mood…
Diana and Rihanna began as sensitive, wounded, but appealingly bubbly and good-natured provincial girls who slowly discovered their own photogenic virtuosity and began to conceptualize themselves as living sculpture for the lens. Both developed a false intimacy with photographers and the public and began to cannibalize themselves in their futile search for security in love. Diana, rebuffed, eventually accepted her exile. But Rihanna, in the classic syndrome of the battered woman, still pities and hopes to change and save her abuser…
This magazine issue was all over the internet, and I couldn’t help but think of Princess Diana’s unfortunate demise. It seems a bit odd to draw the comparison between Rihanna and Princess Diana, it’s almost as if Rihanna is already gone? Why would they even do that?