For a number of years now, we have been warning you that Hollywood has begin to embrace and promote open Satanism in the “entertainment” products they have been offering. NTEB’s ground-breaking article last year on how multi-platinum singer Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z are openly members of the Illuminati and proud Satanists left most of middle America gasping to catch it’s collective breath. This year, however, marks a full 100% increase in open witchcraft, Satanism and the occult being broadcast through music, movies and television.
Protect your children…unplug your television and open your bible.
InfoWars: Popular Christian gospel singer Natalie Grant walked out of the Grammys after witnessing a series of performances that even the mainstream entertainment media admitted were occult in nature.
Grant, who was nominated for a Grammy in 2012, tweeted her excitement upon arriving at the event but soon made it clear that she left early because what she witnessed conflicted with her Christian beliefs, stating, “We left the Grammy’s early. I’ve many thoughts, most of which are probably better left inside my head. But I’ll say this: I’ve never been more honored to sing about Jesus and for Jesus. And I’ve never been more sure of the path I’ve chosen.”
Although she remained coy on the exact circumstances, Grant was probably referring to Katy Perry, who was surrounded by demons as she danced around an upside down broomstick before being encircled by fire during a performance of her song “Dark Horse”. Perry wore clothing bearing an illuminated Knights Templar cross.
Even E! Online tweeted that Perry’s performance resembled “actual witchcraft”.
Christian music website BreatheCast complained that Perry’s performance was “filled with satanic imagery and witchcraft.” Viewers also expressed their shock at the occult overtones of the show.
However, Grant could also have been offended by the mass gay wedding ceremony which took place during a performance by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
Not to be outdone, Beyonce and Jay-Z attempted to up the ante by performing a risqué duet which provoked fury from parents who complained that the spectacle was too explicit for children. Jay-Z’s acceptance speech, during which he said, “I would like to thank God… a little,” also prompted claims that the rapper was invoking the Illuminati.