10 Celebrities Who Sold Their Soul to Satan

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While most of the awake population today is inherently familiar with the underlying occult symbolism that permeates the entertainment industry, few may realize just how blatant is its outright proclamation of satanic worship. While Hollywood often finds amusement in the casual innuendos of its highly paid puppets, its not until the evidence is presented in totality that one can truly begin to see the disturbing pattern begin to emerge.

In this particular case, that pattern deals with a mysterious pact that was made to achieve fortune and fame – hinted at in various moments, interviews or song lyrics.

Below is a short list of 10 celebrities who have made no secret of their most unholy alliance:

#10 – Ozzy Osbourne

In 1970, Black Sabbath released their self-titled debut album which included a song entitled “N.I.B.” Widely rumored to stand for Nativity in Black, the song was a story told from the perspective of Lucifer. Ozzy sang:

“Look into my eyes, you’ll see who I am. My name is Lucifer, please take my hand.”

 

#9 – Brad Pitt

In 2011 while promoting Moneyball, Pitt was asked about his early career struggles as an actor before becoming an A-list star. He used the opportunity to facetiously attack his Christian upbringing and explain how he ultimately found success. Pitt answered:

“I grew up in a very Christian environment, a healthy environment, a loving family. But there were just parameters and things I didn’t understand. I always questioned it and it took me to my adult years or leaving home where I could really try on something different for myself. That was Satanism. It’s working out really well. I made a pact. That’s why the movie came out so well.”

#8 – Michael Jackson

In 1995, Jackson released a eye-opening tune entitled, “Money,” which made perfectly clear what the King of Pop was willing to do for it:

Anything
Anything
Anything for money
Would lie for you
Would die for you
Even sell my soul to the devil

 

# 7 – Jay-Z

In 2003, Jay-Z released a song off The Black Album entitled, “Lucifer.” He went on record years later with MTV News to decode the song’s meaning for listeners, saying “it’s really about the struggle and really about dealing with death and having that feeling. The evil is inside of you.”

 

#6 – Ben Folds

In 1996, the piano rock trio known as Ben Folds Five released an oddly succinct tune entitled, “Satan is My Master.” Enough said.

#5 – Alicia Keys

In 2012, Alicia Keys performed “Send Me An Angel” at Whitney Houston’s funeral. It was a delightful melody with beautiful lyrics, except towards the end when she bizarrely interjected,Thank you Lucifer. Thank you for guiding me.”

#4 – Lady Gaga

During a 2012 interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Lady Gaga was telling a story about recording songs in an unorthodox fashion before declaring, “If you don’t get this right now…I SWEAR TO LUCIFER!” Perhaps what was even stranger than Gaga’s dark veneration was Kimmel’s lack of surprise at her remark.

#3 – Katy Perry

In an interview discussing her musical origins, Perry claimed that she began her career by releasing a gospel album at the age of 15. She goes on to say that her parents were both traveling ministers and that she was only allowed to listen to gospel music in her youth. However, Perry then revealed that achieving international stardom would require an alternative path:

“I swear I wanted to be like the Amy Grant of music. But it didn’t work out and so I sold my soul to the devil.

#2 – Kanye West

 

During a 2009 performance in Atlanta, West opened the show with a improvised monologue about his passion for entertainment before abruptly transitioning into a freestyle confession. He rapped:

I sold my soul to the devil. I know it was a crappy deal. At least it came with a few toys like a happy meal.”

 

#1 – Bob Dylan

Perhaps the most startling confession of them all was in Bob Dylan’s 2004 interview with 60 Minutes. Towards the end of the interview, Ed Bradley asked why Dylan still felt the need to tour after all these years. Dylan’s response was nothing short of mesmerizing:

Ed Bradley: Why do you still do it? Why are you still out here?

Dylan: It goes back to that destiny thing. I made a bargain with it a long time ago, and I’m holding up my end.

Bradley: What was your bargain?

Dylan: To get where I am now.

Bradley: Should I ask whom you made the bargain with?

Dylan: With the chief commander.

Bradley: On this earth?

Dylan: On this earth and the world we can’t see.