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Toller

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Just come across this phenomenom. Is it to hide asymmetry, or does it have a deeper meaning?



 
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They belong to a club, which boosts their ego. Even pursuing celebrity status shows that their insignificant ego requires boosting. The price of membership is to surrender naive but pure innocence, to step from talented integrity to showmanship, and to start manipulating audiences to create fandom, which really is idolatry. The badge of this club is to salute with the Eye of Horus.
 
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There is the general question with modern charts/pop music pushed by the music industry and any occult or satanic or freemason or whatever symbology, the eye of horus is just one of them.

Pop music always adopted cultures and subcultures and it might just be a fad of recent years. Not every popstar might be a 'satanist' or whatever. On the other hand one must not forget that they hardly have a say in who creates their music clips and general marketing presentation and I don't know if the ones in the background have an agenda or just also only adopt a fad like they did with other cultural phenomena before.

I certainly don't like it but on the other hand I am against a kind of general suspicion against these puppets of the industry. In the end of the day they just want fame and money and maybe the rest is done by the industry.

I do not watch or listen to pop music. In metal we also of course have the martial, devilish and violent and in some cases directly satanic (Black Metal) element. I see it still more relaxed since for me it still is an art form of musical expression. And any AC/DC (which is not metal but just hard rock) fan making that devilhorns handsign during a concert is just having a good time and does not pledge his allegiance to that Satan dude. Of course, rock and metal was always rebellion against the establishment, this includes religion, so this is also where the 'devilish' aspect comes from, but most is tongue-in-cheek too.
 
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There is the general question with modern charts/pop music pushed by the music industry and any occult or satanic or freemason or whatever symbology, the eye of horus is just one of them.

Pop music always adopted cultures and subcultures and it might just be a fad of recent years. Not every popstar might be a 'satanist' or whatever. On the other hand one must not forget that they hardly have a say in who creates their music clips and general marketing presentation and I don't know if the ones in the background have an agenda or just also only adopt a fad like they did with other cultural phenomena before.

I certainly don't like it but on the other hand I am against a kind of general suspicion against these puppets of the industry. In the end of the day they just want fame and money and maybe the rest is done by the industry.

I do not watch or listen to pop music. In metal we also of course have the martial, devilish and violent and in some cases directly satanic (Black Metal) element. I see it still more relaxed since for me it still is an art form of musical expression. And any AC/DC (which is not metal but just hard rock) fan making that devilhorns handsign during a concert is just having a good time and does not pledge his allegiance to that Satan dude. Of course, rock and metal was always rebellion against the establishment, this includes religion, so this is also where the 'devilish' aspect comes from, but most is tongue-in-cheek too.
Thanks for the balanced view, Sinera!
 

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Just come across this phenomenom. Is it to hide asymmetry, or does it have a deeper meaning?
I've never actually noticed this occurring. I can't even recall one example! So it was interesting looking at the photos.
 

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