Punk rocker at 60 looks demonically possessed

Sometimes while I wander around on the World Wide Web, I am just struck by something I see, even though it’s not about politics or economics or America or the world.

In Oscar Wilde’s book, The Picture of Dorian Gray, the eponymous Gray doesn’t age, but his portrait, concealed in the attic, not only shows his age, it shows his sins as well. Unlike the fictional Gray, however, as we grow old, unless you get plastic surgery, our faces eventually show our character — what kind of person you are.

This is one of those posts.

Would you believe that the man in the photo below ↓

Billy Idol, 30, in 1985

. . . looks like this, 29 years later? ↓

Billy Idol, 59, in 2014

The two pics above are both images of Billy Idol (birth name William Broad), an English punk rocker.

The first photo was taken in 1985 when Idol was 30 years old, for a cover story in Rolling Stone magazine. The second photo was taken in 2014 when Idol was 59 years old. Today is his 60th birthday.

It’s not just the aging. It’s the evil demonic visage, shown vividly in another pic of Idol in 2014:

Billy Idol 59

Wikipedia says Idol, born in 1955, has two children with two women — a son with Perri Lister; a daughter with Linda Mathis.

Idol is a drug addict. He claims to have first smoked marijuana at the age of 12, and took acid at the age of 13. In 1994, he collapsed outside a Los Angeles nightclub due to an overdose on a drug called GHB, which was a legal drug at the time, mainly used by weight-lifters. Idol claims that although he has not completely renounced drug use, he now has his habit under control.

In 2005, Idol released an album, his 6th, called “Devil’s Playground” that reached No. 46 on the Billboard 200. The album’s cover song is “Plastic Jesus”. Other songs on the album include “Monster,” “Evil Eye,” Body Snatcher,” “Stranger in My Skin” and “Man in the Kill Box”. Here are the lyrics of the blasphemous “Plastic Jesus”:

I don’t care if it
Rains or freezes
As long as I’ve got my
Plastic Jesus
Ridin’ on the dashboard
Of my car

Through my trials
And tribulations
And my travels
Through the nation
With my plastic Jesus
I’ll go far . . . .

An if I weave around at night
Policemen think I’m very tight
They never find my bottle
Though they ask

‘Cos plastic Jesus shelters me
For his head comes off you see
He’s hollow and I use him like a flask

Woa Woa Woa

Save me

I don’t care if it’s dark or scary
Long as I got magnetic Mary
Ridin’ on the dashboard of my car . . . .

When I’m goin’ fornicatin’
I’ve got my ceramic Satan
Sittin’ on the dashboard of my car
Women know I’m on the level
Thanks to the wide-eyed stoneware devil
Sneerin’ from the dashboard of my car

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~Eowyn

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28 responses to “Punk rocker at 60 looks demonically possessed

  1. Some goats are readily discerned.

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  2. I have never been a follower of either rock or punk rock, because the negative aspect of the sound, (I hesitate to call it music.)
    Interestingly, proving the negative aspect of rock, punk rock, hard rock, heavy metal and similar sounds, was the pioneering scientific research carried out by the late Dr. Masaru Emoto, on the different aspects of various energies on water. His team subjected separate samples of water to different energies, then placed a drop of each sample on glass, then freeze-dried them and viewed the samples under a microscope and photographed them. The same process was carried out with words and phases written on pieces of paper and stuck on the side of glasses of water. And similarly, words and phrases spoken to glasses of water.
    The conclusion in every case, without exception, the results showed that positive music, (various classical pieces), positive words and phrases, both written and verbalized, showed diverse 2-dimensional forms similar to snow crystals, some more geometrically perfect than others. Whereas all rock, punk rock, hard rock, heavy metal and similar, negative words and phrases, both written and verbalized, all demonstrated chaos and destruction.
    Imagine, therefore, the damaging psychological effect of all the above negative processes on the human organism and psyche. Of course, as with all things, some people are more adversely effected by negative energies than others.
    Masaru Emoto’s website: http://tinyurl.com/bxk2j78

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  3. I wonder if at the age of 12 he would have known that at the age of 60–he would look like such a dissipated, evil looking man . . . would he have made different choice in life? He appears to be a sorry example of a human being.

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  4. The first moment I heard this guy’s music, I knew he was on the wrong track.

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    • I’d never (knowingly) heard his music, nor do I have even the slightest interest to listen to punk/metal/death rock, finding their names and the so-called musicians’ appearances repugnant, although I am intellectually curious about almost everything.

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  5. hvgarvey@comcast.net

    Hi:

    Many in the music industry are illuminati. Many have demons.

    In fact, in an interview Malachi Martin was asked by–can’t remember–about this subject and he said that you would be surprised how many people had demons possessing them willingly; he discussed the first time he saw someone who seemed normal till he looked art him and saw his eye. he said it was better not to go near these people or bring it up. Then the interviewer asked him if Bill Clinton had demon and he said, “No Comment.”

    In fact, Katie Perry, who did the half time entertainment at last year’s SuperBowl, which was clearly The Woman Riding the Beast in Revelation , also recently did a concert for Hillary Clinton, has a Utube video where she says that she worships satan. Madonna is illuminati; I’ve read that she’s tried to leave, but has been unable to do so. Also, one of the books I read about SRA, Satanic Ritual Abuse, by Daniel Ryder, talks about particular songs by Joan Baez, which are clearly about SRA.

    So, who is surprised. Did you ever listen to heavy meal? It’s all about satan.

    Take care.

    hvg

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    • Before he fell away, Fr. John Corapi said that when he was in the Hollywood entertainment industry (before he became a priest), he personally had seen pop music groups dedicate their next album to Satan.

      Then there are those who outright admitted they had sold their souls to the devil. Bob Dylan said that in a TV interview, then later denied it. A biography on John Lennon claims he made a satanic pact and soon after, the Beatles became an overnight worldwide sensation.

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  6. Your commentary is very interesting and I don’t totally know what to make of it. As a big Billy Idol fan, I hesitate to declare he is demonically possessed, for this reason: I have witnessed what I believe to be demonic activity in a small number of people in life. My godmother—whom my family severed contact with in 1970—was a so-called religious seer who (falsely) claimed to receive apparitions, visions and elocutions from Jesus, the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Theresa of Lisieux and other saints. (Her apparitions were declared to be false because, in part, they contradicted the teachings of the Church).
    I worked under the supervision of a woman who was involved in gang activity, drug trafficking and multiple homicides. Her facility for lying “came naturally” to her, and it was her facile ability to wear a calm mask on her face gave me a clue that led me, at first, to wonder about the problem.
    I also knew another woman who was able to criticize others with great subtlety, so that people would pay attention to her criticisms! (She had an ability to draw people in to listening to her without rejecting her outright).
    I have also observed people in public life whom I suspect or believe are demonically possessed. I believe the Clintons are possessed, as are the Obamas. Ditto Nancy Pelosi. Ditto a number of people in public life, in the political sphere. (There are people in the public entertainment sphere who likely are possessed, and Billy Idol may be one of them, although I hope not).
    What does the Church teach us are some of the signs of demonic activity or possession? Certainly if a person can speak a language or play a musical intstrument he has not learned, that is a sign. Certainly if a person can tell you information he would have had no natural means of knowing, that is another sign.
    (Certainly if a magician or a conjurer can perform easily observable “signs and wonders” that would be naturally impossible, such as levitating a volunteer from an audience, that would be another sign, and Vatican Catholic Channel on You Tube has recently put out a long video on magicians and conjurers which include a number of famous people. I highly recommend everyone set aside two hours to watch it).
    Here are signs I look for that provoke me to suspect demonic activity in people, when I am dealing with them personally or observing their public behavior:
    Does the person have a great facility for lying, either to provoke easy persuasion or daring a person to challenge their lies when they cannot? Also, does the person lying seem to be falsely accusing his listeners?
    Does the person have a great facility to remain facially and emotionally calm or neutral while engaging in speech or behavior that would be contrary to what the situation would call for?
    Does the person have the ability to criticize others—usually falsely—in such a manner as to “cast a spell,” as it were? In other words, can the critic suppress the natural reaction in the listener to push back or repel the critic?
    Does the person exhibit the behavior to provoke the reaction in others that she must be mad? Nancy Pelosi’s example of speech and behavior come to the forefront here. The woman actually believes her confabulation. She is obviously “mind-numbingly stupid,” as Trey Gowdy has opined, and her presentation in everyday life is of the level of a CARTOON!
    Is the person addicted to pornography, alcohol, substances/drugs or other compulsive behaviors? These can easily become demonic portals?
    Is the person sexually promiscuous? Even Henry Makow has observed this.
    Next, the question to ask, after one’s suspicions are aroused, is this: WHOM, if anyone, is this person serving, and, ARE THEY AWARE OF THIS? For the issue of possession or demonic activity necessarily raises the Question, Did this person INVITE the activity or possession?
    I will not discount the possibility that Billy Idol—whose music I really like, minus the song you quote, obviously—is possessed. His easy admission of drug use indicates he had/has a portal, at the least. But merely looking at the face of a person is not conclusive: The people I have mentioned in my comments had no such contortions or aesthetic defects in their faces: Their faces looked normal.
    There have been a number of famous historical personalities priests and people have suspected or concluded were possessed: The Emperor Nero, Napolian, Stalin, Lenin, Trotsky, Hitler and Pol Pot come easily to mind.
    To this list I would add the Clintons and the Obamas, as I said above. To this list I would add President Lyndon Johnson, the Queen of England and her husband, possibly Angela Merkel (her policies and her speech and behavior re.: Muslim migration are suspect), Madame Blavatsky, L. Ron Hubbard, Hugh Hefner, the late Bob Guccione, Larry Flynt, the former Presidents Bush (both Elder and Junior), a number of Senators and Congressmen, a number of people in the news media, priests who are not celibate, and on and on.
    I also suspect that because of his fast-and-loose interviews, his seemingly deliberate dubious and ambiguous answers and his false theology—as well as his intentions to skirt and abrogate Catholic doctrine—that Pope Francis has a demon. I also believe that Pope Paul VI—given his documented homosexual behavior and his being blackmailed over it—was possessed.
    This is a great post, and very timely and relevant: The Devil is on the loose on this Earth. Our Lord has even said Himself that “the Devil is the prince of this World.” We should have more open and detailed discussion about the subject. (I have also found Paul McGuire’s and Dr. Ted Broer’s information from interviews on Hagmann & Hagmann to be very instructive and valuable).
    Let’s have more articles like yours today. (And may Billy Idol have all his future birthdays demon-free. I hope he converts).

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    • Father Malachi Martin, now deceased, but a priest skilled in exorcisms and close to the Vatican, declared that there are individuals who are perfectly possessed and can not be identified in way of speech or action. I have my suspicions about some people in that regard, but I leave it at that. It is easy to be mistaken.

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      • Agreed, for this reason: The Devil prefers not to be identified but to remain hidden. And hidden he shall remain, UNLESS God COMMANDS the Devil to show his hand, as it were.
        As to “perfectly possessed,” I think you’re referring to the person’s appearance, mannerisms, body language, behavior, etc., etc. But if we look at that person’s choices or actions—especially if those choices and actions avoided discovery—that would be a different matter. God could, if He chose, to Command the Devil to expose himself there, instead.
        (BTW, I have also read that Martin, who was known to break his vow of celibacy by having amorous affairs with FOUR WOMEN who have come forward to identify him as having destroyed their marriages, was possessed himself.)

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      • marble,

        Indeed, in his book Hostage to the Devil, Fr. Martin did maintain that known cases of demonic possession that were ministered to by exorcists, are only partially possessed because the afflicted person still has some will power and autonomy-of-self left, so as to ask for help. Not so for those people who are willingly and completely (“perfectly”) possessed, and are not interested in being exorcised. A frightening thought.

        http://www.newoxfordreview.org/article.jsp?did=0509-chang

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    • Interesting post. I agree wholeheartedly.

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  7. I am just finishing a book, entitled “Weird Scenes Inside The Canyon – Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & The Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream,” which talks about the LA music scene beginning in the ’60. I don’t think anyone truly realizes the level of influence the Occult, illuminati and US military intelligence had over the Industry at that time. For example, it’s probably more appropriate to consider the Manson murders as a product of that environment rather than an aberration.

    Having been born and raised in So. Cal, I can tell you that just a drive through the canyons (Laurel, Coldwater, Benedict and Topanga) will give you a sense of foreboding that is hard to dismiss.

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    • Jo, I had to Kindle David McGowan’s “Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon”, and, as good as it appears to be, I see that he has written other excellent works.
      For a suggestion of my own, Dr. Stan Monteith’s “Brotherhood of Darkness.”

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      • Marblenecltr, thanks for the recommendation. I will look into it. Although, to be honest, this is all so disconcerting that it’s hard not to feel numb.

        I thought Bella Dodd’s “School Of Darkness,” was enough to make ones head spin but after reading “Scenes From The Canyon” it makes you question whether or not we’ve ever been privy to the truth.

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  8. And that is what you look like after being rode hard and put away wet.

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  9. Not only that, but Billy Idol’s doing a cover– he’s not even original about it.

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  10. Jo, how funny that you should bring up Dave McGowan’s (recently deceased, R.I.P.) work. We don’t know the half of what is influencing us all.
    But to stay clear be warned and TURN OFF THE TV! Think our govt. wanted us all to get good reception so that’s why it subsidized digital TV?
    Anyway, back to McGowan. He had many interesting insights and the discussion of Billy Idol made me think of him. I just listened to Sofia Smallstorm’s interview of him on the book. I think you’d like it (youtube?). And check out his appearance on Caravan to Midnight concerning the Boston Marathon escapade.
    Soon after that he was found to have a very aggressive form of cancer.
    As for Malachi Martin, many lies have been said about him. He also had a conversion in his later life.
    Steven Broiles, were you referring to Veronica Leuken?
    Many strange things happening these days: “I will pour out a portion of my spirit in those days and they shall prophesy…” Great discernment is called for.

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  11. He looks to be unhealthy on several levels. Nothing to look at here, folks, just move along, he’ll be gone soon enough….

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  12. Steve and Dr. Eowyn, one can learn so much if one turns off the tv and follows the right website! Thank you. I was thinking of “perfect” as being so completely controlled as to be unidentifiable, and I can now see that apply to one who deliberately sold out. This is much different from others invaded without adequate knowledge of the victim, say, through an occult practice.

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  13. Two questions:

    How is Father Corapi doing?
    I think between some personal problems and pressure from the church, he chose to sit down and shut up rather than mislead his audience towards sin.

    And
    Is it a nice day for a white wedding?

    Pretty close to polar opposites; Corapi and Idol.

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  14. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this incredible post. The pictures of Billy Idol are absolutely telling of the demonic home that has been made. Horrific!

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