MTV’s Satanic Video

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This is a short video called “MTV Sight.” It will be shown on MTV’s 63 channels worldwide.

Why are there repeated images of the Satanic symbol, the goat’s head or Baphomet?

At the very beginning of the video, why are the three “tribesmen” sitting around a fire praying to and worshipping Baphomet?

The humanoid goat Baphomet figure was first drawn and popularized in 1854 by occultist Eliphas Lévi. In his book, Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie (“Dogmas and Rituals of High Magic”), Lévi included an image he had drawn himself which he described as Baphomet and “The Sabbatic Goat” — showing a winged humanoid goat with a pair of breasts and a torch on its head between its horns.  Levi called his image “The Goat of Mendes.” Lévi’s Baphomet is the source of the later Tarot image of the Devil, in the Rider-Waite design. The symbol of the goat in the downward-pointed pentagram was adopted as the official symbol — called the Sigil of Baphomet — of the Church of Satan, and continues to be used among Satanists.

Jack Black salutes Satan at the 2009 MTV Music AwardsThis is the same MTV whose 2009 Video Music Awards had actor Jack Black come out dressed as a heavy metal guy on steroids to promote a video game. At one point Black asked the audience to put their devil horns in the air and then proceeded to pray to the “Dear Dark Lord Satan.”

The whole revolting performance was cloaked in the guise of being light-hearted and comical. But Black gave the game away when he finished off on a more serious note by saying: “I ask you to grant tonight’s nominees with continued success in the music industry.”

Who is this “you” to whom Black prays, who can “grant” success to those in the music industry?

Certainly not God, for the audience then responded to Black’s entreaty by making their “devil horns” hand sign. They then held hands and prayed to Satan.

This is the kind of pop culture filth that’s corrupting young minds in America. God help us!

H/t Vigilant Citizen.


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20 responses to “MTV’s Satanic Video

  1. There’s only one?

  2. That’s actually a bull’s skull. Take a deep breath and untwist your panties.

    • S-u-r-e it was. o_0

      No doubt you, n/a, also think that, at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, actor Jack Black was also just asking the audience to pray to a bull’s skull. (See my Update to this post).

      For there’s none so blind as those who cannot see….

  3. The “rock fist” was popularized by Ronnie James Dio (see here); however, it was a cultural symbol that meant to ward off the evil eye. He’s on the record as stating that the sign is not Satanic.

    However, the sign has some Satanic interpretation now because of idiots like Jack Black and those before him. It is also clear that he is using the symbol in a Satanic manner.

    • yeah, but what were Dio’s beliefs ? i mean, look at the album covers ? for those who dont know, “Holy Diver” had a Devil hurling a priest (in chains) into an ocean ! so, when Dio (who i saw in concert when i was a rocker) says “evil eye” . . . he probly means the God or Holy Spirity of Christianity. remember, “God” in Luciferianism is Satan. they reverse and pervert everything, to benefit the Lie.

  4. My how low MTV has sunk since it first began. Thankfully neither of my nieces has any use for their crap.

  5. And I notice a lot of the number six swirling around in that MTV ad – three in a row at one point…and just an interesting note to the origin of the name Baphomet, it is a derivative of the name Mohammad….coincidence???…I think not.
    Please see the link below…

  6. Alex Lifeson once said in an interview that he holds MTV and music videos responsible for pretty much ruining music.

    I agreed with him then, and I agree with him now.

    And it appears MTV has expanded its destruction still further.


  7. wait a minute mtv is the channel that brought us the comedy duo of beavis and butthead. cultural icons of the braindead and just plain stupid. but i do admit they where funny in an odd i can’t believe i lost the remote sort of way.

  8. Maybe this is an example of someone intentionally creating something just to upset fundamentalist Christian since they have a tendency to detect the presence of evil in anything that doesn’t conform to their belief system.

    • Hey, Garold,

      Do remember that those of us “who cling to our bibles” also pack guns! And, oh, do also try to remember that your master will not honor the pact you made ’cause he’s the father of all lies.


      • I haven’t made a pact with anyone. The Bible is a great source of wisdom, history and mythology, Ecclesiastes is one of my favorite wisdom texts. I have no issue with people who “cling to their Bibles” except in cases where the clinging leads to arrogance and the inability to see things from other perspectives. Sacred texts should ideally be an aid to open people’s hearts and minds, not act as blinders.

        • I wasn’t blaspheming, I didn’t say anything about prophecies being mythical. I was referring to the myths that occur at the beginning of Genesis.

          • The video was interesting but didn’t take into account various disasters that could have caused severe reductions in human (and other animal) populations from which it would take time to recover.

            One such event is the eruption of the Toba supervolcano in Indonesia about 80000 years ago which caused an ecological disaster across much of the planet. Mitochondrial DNA evidence indicates that humans and other species passed through a genetic bottleneck during that time period, during which the human population is estimated to have been as low as 5000 to 10000. If the eruption of Toba would have been larger this discussion wouldn’t be happening!

            Though the theories of the origin of the universe, life, etc. are interesting, they aren’t important in the long run. What is important is that we exist and have a variety of problems to face. The Buddha said that if someone is wounded by an arrow it’s not important to ask about how the arrow was made, what it’s made from, who made it, who shot it, what kind of person are they, etc. What is important is seeking treatment for the wound.

            • Seriously – the Buddha. You appear to have missed the point of the parable by being distracted by who said it. Wisdom can be found in every tradition and isn’t sectarian.
              Buddhism is considered non-theistic, though some consider it atheistic. There are also theistic forms of Buddhism.
              I’ve never struggled much with the existence of god, god simply is; but I have struggled with the variety of god-concepts found in the various religions and philosophies. People tend to confuse their particular concept of god with god’s actuality, they think god is entirely contained within whatever dogmatic definition they embrace, and that’s like trying to pour the ocean into a thimble. As the theologian John Hick wrote (I don’t remember the exact quote, so I’ll paraphrase):

              The world’s various religions are culturally and historically influenced reactions to encounters with the one Divine reality.

              Some traditions are more inclusivist (Hinduism, Buddhism, and the other Dharmic faiths), while others are more exclusivist, particularly most forms of the Abrahamic faiths.

  9. In reference to sage_brush’s reply to my reply, etc. on July 9, 2011 at 7:28 pm:

    I never said Jesus was a liar. You, as well as many other conservative Christians I have encountered, seem to readily jump to conclusions without taking into consideration that each person has at least a slightly different view of reality. There is one god, but how god “appears” to each person will differ based upon their world-view, which is affected by a wide variety of variables such as their upbringing, the society in which they live, personal experiences, differences in personality, etc.

    As for the “New Age” movement, I think it’s a confusing mishmash of watered-down ideas and ideals that doesn’t amount to much.

    I enjoyed our conversation, but was disappointed by the lack of exchange of idea on your part. I wish you well and am glad that you’ve found a spiritual path that brings you fulfillment.

  10. 😀 hahaaaaa cool HAIL SATAAAAAAAN 😀 just kidding 😉 god doesn`t exist and satan doesn`t exist too

    • Oh yeah? Just how do you know that?

      One would think that since you live in Reisbach, Germany, which is between Dachau, Germany and the border with Austria, you would know about Satan — Adolf Hitler being Austrian-born, and Dachau being one of his devilish concentration camps where Jews, gypsies, gays, the handicapped were exterminated.

      But then it is said that the most successful deception of Satan is the lie that the Devil/Satan doesn’t exist.


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