American Satan: Based on a true story

thanks to GillGarmesh for the link..

this might answer a few questions..


~ by seeker401 on January 28, 2018.

16 Responses to “American Satan: Based on a true story”

  1. […] via American Satan: Based on a true story — Follow The Money […]


  3. wow..good video

    mathew 16:26

    • yeah, it was a good video. What is interesting about Matt. 16:26 is the clear indication on how people forfeit their soul. The lose of soul is not based on biology or genealogy. The lose of the soul is mentioned in the same passage, “Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me (Matt. 16:24).” Faith is the fruit of the Spirit. God’s Word and Spirit applies the salvation accomplished by Christ alone.

  4. Jonghyun, the lead singer of the popular K-Pop group SHINee, sent troubling text messages to his sister shortly before he was found dead in Seoul.

    Kim’s final letter.

    Kim Jong-Hyun, better known by his stage name Jonghyun, was found unconscious in a residential hotel in the upscale Gangnam district of Seoul on December 18th. He was later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. Police rushed to Jonghyun’s apartment after receiving an emergency call from his sister stating that he sent a series of troubling text messages.

    According to local reports, Jonghyun’s final message to his sister was: “It’s been too hard. Please send me off. Tell everyone I’ve had a hard time. This is my last goodbye.”

  5. In Peek-a-boo, members of the group Red Velvet kill a pizza delivery boy as part of an occult ritual. It is the ultimate proof that K-Pop is completely sold out to the occult elite.

    Red Velvet is the name of a delicious cake, but it is also the name of a K-Pop girl band that is extremely popular in Asia. The group’s video Peek-a-Boo reads as an Occult-Elite 101 introductory course and it ends with the death of a random guy for no apparent reason. The video is a perfect continuation of a disturbing trend seen across pop culture: The killing of men by female stars. Why is murder being celebrated in pop videos aimed at young people?

    One thing is for sure, the members of Red Velvet are not making the decisions involving their careers. And they’re not directing any videos.

    Indeed, Red Velvet is signed with the notorious South Korean label SM Entertainment, which has made the news several times for subjecting “idols” (that’s how these performers are they’re called in Korea) to “slave contracts” and mistreatment.

  6. dang. the 27 club. i think the last to join was amy winehouse

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