In a previous article called ‘ chatterbox spirit’ I discussed ways in which the enemy gains access to our feelings and emotions.
The usual pattern with depression starts with the repetitive dwelling of unforgiven hurtful experiences. This is the first stage. Once the enemy has gained access by repetition, grave feelings of self destruction start to occur.
Now I hardly ever listen to secular pop music. My time was the 1980s. Once the changes occurred in me by the Holy Spirit ,I began to see these things for what they are. Most themes focus on regret, loss, heartache and self obsession. These run contrary to the spirit. The pattern of the songs themselves are repetitive . Verse,chorus, verse, chorus with repeating key guitar riffs. A riff is also known as a ‘hook’. It’s a very revealing term. The free will God gives us starts to vanish…… Then these are repeatedly played by radio DJs. The mind is primed for repetition without realising. This also applies to Hollywood films. When I’m searching for a DVD to watch I never buy a film because all of the themes seem to be about death betrayal and adultery.
During the media coverage of covid the tactic used was repetition. To keep repeating covid topics from any angle until we lived and breathed the subject. Much of it was arbitrary radio babble. It’s just so ,that people’s minds were on that subject. Obviously they wanted us to be obsessed.
In 2020 alone UK gov spending exceeded £184 million on media coverage about the pandemic.
A UK government spokesperson mentioned : “Our campaign activity reaches an estimated 95% of adults on average 17 times per week at their peak and utilises a wide range of channels – including TV, radio and social – to ensure the public get the information they need to stay safe”. Safety indeed.
In all examples the way the enemy gains fearful control is by repetition whether that’s a pop song ,the beginnings of depressive thoughts or as a tactic by the state to gain control of the masses.
I’ve heard it said that Wicca is in control of pop music. This wouldn’t surprise me.No one habitually plays classical or taizie music. These songs do not ‘hook’ you .It’s because those types of music do not contain repetition.
When I was fifteen years old I wasn’t a believer but would listen to depressing indie music. Plus I wanted to listen to this and didn’t mind being ‘hooked’. Now If I indulge in tacky nostalgia im aware of the danger of getting hooked by a tune.
Below are other articles where there’s been discussion of similar themes.