On Saturday, May 20th, Katy Perry was featured on Saturday Night Live performing two of her new songs, “Swish Swish” and “Bon Appétit.” Both demonically inspired songs are intended to desensitize and demoralize the masses.
During her performance of “Swish Swish”, she flashed a yin and yang ring before bowing down and singing the lyrics, And I’m a courtside killer queen, and you will kiss the ring.” The yin and yang symbol represents the unison of dark and light forces in the eastern belief that there is no evil and everything is equal. In this instance, they used transgenders and drag queens, some of which were dressed as aliens to further enforce the movement of equality.
[fvplayer src=”https://player.vimeo.com/external/218550336.sd.mp4?s=e3816d347341cbb0acbd5c961492dddf5685f831&profile_id=165″ splash=”https://christianjournal.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/KatyPerrySNL2-1495349172.jpg”]As they provocatively dance behind her, Katy sings, “they don’t know what is what.” The black and white stripes of her outfit are similar to what the “Blurred Lines” singer Robin Thicke wore during the infamous Miley Cyrus VMA incident. The message being conveyed in each song is that there is no definite black and white. Pushing the boundaries and blurring the lines must become acceptable according to their playbook. Gender confusion is just the beginning of a well thought out agenda for the demoralization and depopulation of society.
Holding a pig, Katy proclaims, “I’m yin and yang!”
Katy Perry’s behavior has become more bizarre than ever. She recently appeared at the Met Gala in a creepy veiled red dress to perform a ritual to Egyptian deities on May Day.
Katy has been experimenting with different Eastern religions and practices for some time. In 2013 she elaborated on her beliefs telling Marie Claire Magazine, “I’m not Buddhist, I’m not Hindu, I’m not Christian, but I still feel like I have a deep connection with God.”
”I start the day with transcendental meditation. It puts me in the best mood. I wake up and just prop myself up in bed for 20 minutes. It’s the only time my mind gets absolute rest. When I’m asleep, my subconscious mind is switched on and, when I’m awake, I’m alert,” she explained.
Transcendental meditation or TM is a dangerous eastern practice of emptying one’s mind and opening it to demonic forces. In 1981, during the Transcendental Meditation (TM) Conference in India, a spokesman stated, “The entire mission of TM is to counter the ever-spreading demon of Christianity.”
Her fans began questioning her faith after seeing pictures of her wedding with Russel Brand. Before divorcing in 2012, Russell Brand and Katy Perry joined in marriage in 2010 with a Hindu ceremony in India, a far cry from her roots of evangelical Christianity.
A couple of weeks ago she caused an uproar within the Hindu community after she posted a picture of Kali, the Hindu mother goddess of destruction, time, creation and power stating that it explained her mood.
It’s not too odd that the “dark horse” singer would be interested in this deity, within the New Age movement Kali is worshiped as the mother goddess, the start and end of the world.
As time went on, there was a shift from Hinduism to Buddhism. Recently she has been posting pages from a Buddhist devotional to Instagram that explains Nichiren Buddhist teachings.
According to the Inquisitr while Katy was with Orlando Bloom she considered becoming Buddhist.
“The ‘Dark Horse’ singer is considering converting to the religion, claims British tabloids. Katy Perry asked both her friends and her boyfriend, Orlando Bloom, to join her along in some Buddhist sessions at Coachella earlier this month. According to a report, via The Mirror, Perry and Bloom have already started their own group that includes grunge rocker Courtney Love. The group regularly gets together to meditate and chant mantras of enlightenment. Orlando is a practicing Nichiren Buddhist.”
Nichiren Buddhism teaches that everyone is inherently and originally a Buddha or god. This is the same lie spread through the New Age movement, that we are all connected and one, therefore everyone is a god. In Katy Perry’s album art for “Witness”, she covers her eyes while having her third eye in her mouth, this communicates her goal of false enlightenment and that she intends to spread or “witness” this lie to the masses using her music/voice.
Looking further into this brand of Buddhism, we find the lies that Katy impresses on her followers.
“Teachings include seemingly paradoxical concepts of Nichiren Buddhism that “earthly desires are enlightenment” and “the sufferings of birth and death are nirvana.” The image of the pure lotus flower blossoming in the muddy swamp is a metaphor that encapsulates this perspective—freedom, liberation, enlightenment are forged and expressed in the very midst of the murky swamp of life with its problems, pains and contradictions.” (Soka Gakkai International)
To believe that earthly desires are enlightenment is to believe that sin is the ultimate prize or end goal. This teaching tells the follower to indulge in their carnal desires, while Jesus, the ultimate truth, says the direct opposite in Matthew 16:24, Jesus then said to his disciples, If any man will follow me, let him forsake himself: and take up his cross, and follow me.
The indulgence in the flesh couldn’t be depicted better than in Katy Perry’s song “Bon Appétit” in which she serves herself as food on a platter to be consumed.
The Nichiren Buddhist belief that “the sufferings of birth and death are nirvana” conveys the sadomasochism common in satanism that pleasure and pain can be enjoyed in the same way, yet another instance of confusion and blurring the lines.
When explaining the meaning behind “Swish Swish,” Katy Perry said, “I think it’s a great anthem for people to use whenever someone’s trying to hold you down or bully you,” she said. “That’s kind of what this record is about, it’s just like a 360-degree liberation.” If “Chained to the Rhythm” was about “political liberation” and “Bon Appétit” was a “sexual liberation,” then Perry calls “Swish Swish” “the liberation from all the negative that doesn’t serve you.”
Regarding eastern mysticism and the occult, liberation is a term used to refer to indulgence and acceptance.
Further describing this form of Buddhism, they state, “The challenge is not to rid oneself of attachments but, in the words of Nichiren, to become enlightened concerning them. The teachings of Nichiren thus stress the transformation, rather than the elimination, of desire. Desires and attachments fuel the quest for enlightenment.”
This is yet another lie taught not only in Nichiren but also secret societies. By indulging in rituals and their sinful fleshly nature, occultists believe that they reach a higher state of enlightenment, but this is a lie. The Bible teaches to die to our flesh and seek eternal life through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Romans 8:13 For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye mortify the deeds of the body by the Spirit, ye shall live.
The only true light is Jesus Christ. 2 Corinthians 4:4 explains that the god of this world (Satan) will blind unbelievers from finding the true light of the Gospel.
2 Corinthians 4:4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds, that is, of the infidels, that the light of the glorious Gospel of Christ, which is the image of God, should not shine unto them.
While they believe they are being enlightened, they are blinded and led astray by Satan who can transform himself into an angel of light (2 Cor. 11:14).
So why am I showing you all the proof of Eastern mysticism that has invaded Katy Perry’s life? Because it leads to a larger picture that as she stated herself, she is not Hindu, not Buddhist but believes in esoteric teachings that combine parts of both religions.
For example, two of the main occultists that brought Eastern Mysticism to the west were H.P. Blavatsky and Aleister Crowley.
H.P. Blavatsky was a Russian occultist, spirit medium, and author who co-founded the Theosophical Society in 1875. Her Theosophical doctrines influenced the spread of Hindu and Buddhist ideas in the West as well as the development of the New Age Movement.
“Speaking on the superficial level it would be reasonably correct to describe the teachings of Theosophy as the perfect blend of Hinduism and Buddhism. Gandhi met H.P. Blavatsky in London and later said that it was her book “The Key to Theosophy” which helped him to realise the greatness of his own Hindu religion and which saved him from being converted by the Christian missionaries in India. It is also a little known fact that his first introduction to the Bhagavad Gita, which became his most beloved scripture, was through HPB’s associates and colleagues in London. He wrote that “Theosophy is Hinduism at its best.” On the other hand, the famous Buddhist scholar D.T. Suzuki described the teachings of HPB as “the real Mahayana Buddhism.” (Blavatsky Theosophy)
The very founder of the new age movement created “the perfect blend of Hinduism and Buddhism.” This is vital evidence in proving that the mixture of beliefs and practices we see in people like Katy Perry’s life aren’t incidental, they are following mystic leaders such as Blavatsky.
As another example, in Crowley’s religion of Thelema, he lists concentration as an essential practice. “The general program for developing concentration is borrowed almost completely from the practice of Yoga within the Hindu and Buddhist systems. Crowley gives a general overview of the techniques in two books: Eight Lectures on Yoga and in the section called “Mysticism” in his opus, Magick (Book 4).”
These two occultists took the aspects of eastern religion that they liked and combined them in a hodge-podge of ritualistic practices with one purpose in mind. Their teachings are still followed today by secret societies and incorporated into society using people like Katy Perry as a way to demoralize the masses, especially those who idolize her.
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Chanel Adams. “Katy Perry Converting to Buddhism.” Inquisitr. . (2016): . . http://bit.ly/2rKaeaX
SGI Quarterly. “Attachments and Liberation.” Soka Gakkai International. . (): . . http://bit.ly/2qdN6Qe