(Originally posted October 31st, 2016)
Pharrell Williams and his Happy bull. I wondered why Pharrell bugged me so much. I thought it was just because he was in the toddler stage of becoming a Mason with the formation of his Billionaire Boys Club. But then he came out with this annoying song called “Happy”. His happiness annoyed me to the point I just couldn’t get happy even looking at him.
I often thought he was Egyptian by his looks and wondered why his name Pharrell was so closely associated with Pharaoh. I just thought it was a coincidence. Then this Happy song came out. Well, did you realize there is no such thing as coincidence? This comes from Oprah’$ “O” magazine online. “The young man whose name is derivative of his father’s (Pharaoh) and who says he has Native American and Egyptian heritages, introduced a new generation to the condition by naming his third album Seeing Sounds.” (http://www.oprahmag.co.za/health/body/pharrell-williams%E2%80%99s-extraordinary-gift) So just what I thought, my suspicions were confirmed.
But…Did you realize there is another name for the Egyptian Apis Bull? Hapi-Ankh. Right? Its pronounced Happy, like the song. We all know the guys in bed with the devil, but what about an Egyptian writing a song with the same name as the Apis bull who was represented as Osiris? You just don’t get this kind of fame and fortune to not be between the sheets with Satan.
So now he’s happy, just like the golden calf. And since I mentioned gold, he “has helped create six Hermès bags, each a different colour and outfitted with solid-gold hardware.” Of course he did…why wouldn’t be right? And for a company named Hermès. Or in some circles known as Pan or a Satyr. Half man/half goat that is represented as Satan. But its not only this Apis bull that goes by the name Hapi. The Hindus have a bull named “Nandi” which means The Happy One. Nandi is the guardian of Shiva’s (another name for Nimrod/Osiris) temples and is the provider of celestial music for his cosmic dance of bliss. Bliss huh? You do know Pharrell calls his music universal right? Just another term for global.
Oh yeah, his hit song was for a little cartoon movie called Despicable Me featuring Minions. “Minions are “an androgynous mass of servile worker-drones”. Minions are mindless, genderless, with no individuality – all dress the same, all look the same, with the exception that instead of two eyes some have only a single ‘illuminati eye-of-horus’ – to be expected of course coming from “Illumination Entertainment”.” (http://henrymakow.com/2015/07/minions-hollywoods-blatant.html) It’s so happy to be one of the devils minions now isn’t it? These little androgynous beings remind me of little fallen angels. You can read more here on these minions. (http://www.jesusisprecious.org/nwo/minions_exposed.htm)
It was off the album “Seeing Sounds”. This term is not new. This is a psychology term that is mentioned in 2007 by the Association for Psychological Science. “In the psychological phenomenon known as “synesthesia,” individuals’ sensory systems are a bit more intertwined than usual. Some people, for example, report seeing colors when musical notes are played. New research tests how real these claims are.” (https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/07/070724113711.htm) Synesthesia isn’t new and is actually tied to the occult. Theosophist H.P. Blavatsky was even intrigued with color and sound. “In her book The Secret Doctrine (1888), Blavatsky built on these ancient numerological resonances and the Newtonian theory of color to construct an entire cosmological system around the seven colors, which she called the seven rays.” And “Newton the alchemist: he had been guided toward the number seven by the seven musical notes and the seven planets, not by scientific necessity.” When I first thought of Parrell’s album cover I thought back to the way the “Aum” sound makes a hexagon shape from its vibration. This is the same concept for “Seeing Sound”. Pharrell is no idiot and he knows exactly what he’s doing. You can read more about this occult connection here. (http://offscreen.com/view/eisenstein_synaesthesia, https://www.google.com/amp/s/ladyphilosopher.wordpress.com/2014/08/01/victorian-occultism-and-the-art-of-synesthesia-the-public-domain-review/amp/ and https://publicdomainreview.org/2014/03/19/victorian-occultism-and-the-art-of-synesthesia/)
“Doesn’t it feel good to be evil”…oops, I meant happy.
November 3rd, 2013
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