"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it" - Aristotle

Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Occult Girls


As most of you know the Spice Girls are a very popular girl group. They rose to pop stardom in the 90's and were nothing short of a GLOBAL pop phenomenon. According to BBC they are the best selling female group in music history; although many TLC, Destiny's Child, and Dixie Chicks fans dispute that fact. Regardless, their impact on pop culture in the 90's is undeniable. They had dolls, commercials, met with British Royals, met Nelson Mandela, appeared on Rolling Stone magazine, and sold millions of albums and merchandise.

In May of 1998, Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) left the "band" due to internal disagreements (and to start her own flop solo career). At the time it was unknown whether the group would continue but soon afterwards there was an announcement that the Spice Girls would indeed continue with the four remaining members.


The girls released the appropriately titled "Goodbye" that same year. A little over a year later they released the uptempo "Holler". The song was an international hit reaching the # 1 spot in the UK.




One of the first things you see is a pyramid.
As many of you know Pyramids are the most commonly used symbol by the Illuminati and the Occult.

The entire video is based off of the Pagan Elements. The four women each play a different element and the fifth element is activated when they join hands at the end.

Scary Spice - Fire

Sport Spice - Earth

Baby Spice - Water

Posh Spice - Air

5th Element

Now how does that tie into Pagan worship? Go to the link below, read about the Pagan elements, watch the video, and decide for yourself.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art9669.asp

1 comment:

  1. Geri had the most successful solo career , 4 number 1s

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