Summary

Take a journey to the dark side of hip hop where the independent researcher, Isaac Weishaupt, lays out the global Illuminati agenda for all to see. In this explicit exposé, he'll explain the origins of hip hop and tell you who the key players are that allow this manipulation to transpire. Examples of powerful occult secrets and magic rituals are presented to the listener, with an explanation of why they're being subjected to such disorder.
Learn about the mind control and demonic possession that plagues today's most popular rap and R&B artists as you acquire the skills necessary to become aware of the plan the music industry has to instill occultist Aleister Crowley's ushering of the New Age of Horus.
Explore the dark corners of conspiracy theories revolving around the murder of musicians for the ancient practice of sacrifice to the bloodthirsty pagan gods and selling of one's soul in exchange for fame and fortune.
The codex for decoding all of the major Illuminati symbols is revealed in the Appendix that provides rich detail of symbols such as the All Seeing Eye, Jay-Z's power diamond, the black cube of Saturn, and much more.
Topics explained in Sacrifice: Magic Behind the Mic include:



Origins of hip hop
How the Illuminati manipulates the black culture through an industrial prison complex and negative messages in rap music
The use of magical spells used in lyrics and music videos
Demonic possession and MKULTRA mind control
Magician Aleister Crowley and his occult agenda
The ancient practice of blood sacrifice being perpetuated to this day.

Learn the real truth about:



Eminem, Rihanna, and Jay-Z's 'Rain Man' demonic entity
Why Jay-Z is theorized to be in the Illuminati through examples of numerology, backmasking, secret messages, and occult beliefs
Kabbalah secrets
The Black Skull & Bones: The Boule
FBI COINTELPRO
And much more!

©2014 Isaac Weishaupt (P)2016 Isaac Weishaupt
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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 29-06-16

My eyes have been opened...

What did you like best about this story?

This is a well research, non-fiction work.

Have you listened to any of Isaac Weishaupt’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

The author is the narrator and does a good job. In fact, far better than a few other authors who have tried to narrate their own work.

Any additional comments?

The author does a great job of laying out the facts clearly and concisely and uses examples from lyrics, interviews, performances and music videos to support each premise before moving on to the next. The amount of occult examples, including those I have found after reading this book, leaves no doubt in my mind of the insidious occult agenda in today’s music.

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3 out of 5 stars
By TM Conway on 22-01-18

Repetitive & rambling

Subject matter is intriguing but I found the book to be repetitive and rambling. It's as if the author wants to piece the info out among several of his books. I didn't learn anything here that I haven't found online for myself. Too bad because I like the author's website and interviews I've heard. I think he is just stretching out info as filler.

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