“Ya know, ya know I was wondering if. If you could keep on because…the force, it’s got a lot of power. It makes me feel like…..it makes me feel like…..WOOO!
Lovely Is The Feelin’ Now
Fever, Temperatures Risin’ Now
Power (Ah Power) Is The Force The Vow
That Makes It Happen It Asks
No Questions Why (Ooh)
This is it. Michael Jackson, now in the past tense. Floating with the many dead brides and grooms that were to entertain spectators on his last hurrah; he bid farewell tour before it really began. Or maybe it began long ago. Its a very strange story, sad and enigmatic, and not linear in scope. His ” Leave Me Alone” video with the ”666” under his feet and that of Eddie Murphy, the obsessive use of his hands in the crotch and the allusions to his possible sexual abuse as a child, and alleged involvement in blood rituals have only added to the mystic and mystery without tarnishing the magic he came to symbolize. Like Jackson facial surgeries, the story it seems, goes far beyond skin level.
“The cover of his Dangerous album had some interesting features on it. The Freemasonic symbol of the One Eye can be found and also the picture of a watery lake behind which laid burning flames. It seems as though anyone entering into the water would really be entering into the fire. The cover also has on it a picture of a bald headed man well known to the occult as Alistair Crowley. He himself was a Freemason and wrote the book “The New Law of Man” which stated in it that it would one day replace the Qur’ân as the law of man.”
Unbeknownst to many, Jackson also had a personal magician.This character seems to go by the name of Majestic Magnificent, or Majestik Magnificent with a “k” at the end. and he’s also been spotted as “Majestic the Magnificent.” No record seems to exist of Majestic as a professional magician. It’s extremely suspicious. Also extraordinarily weird is that Majestic/k is reportedly part of the reason that Jackson was using Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam as personal bodyguards.
”Not much is known about the Gloved One’s personal magician, who goes by the name Majestik Magnificent. I have also seen the name spelled “Majestic” with a c and also “Majestic the Magnificent.” I’m pretty sure this is the same person…. I checked with the Society of American Magicians. Ed Thomas, who is vice-president of their Magicians Hall of Fame and Magic Museum in Los Angeles, says he has never heard of Majestik Magnificent under any spelling.”
”I personally have a hard time believing that Jackson is a pedophile although if he had alternate personalities covered by layers of trauma, he might not even know about it himself. Or, conversely he might have figured it out, and trying to overcome it, and reclaim his lost innocence is what drove him into the whole Peter Pan fantasy to begin with. Maybe it’s all an attempt by Jackson to reclaim his inner “Paperboy”. I know I’m a bit of a weirdo, but for some reason, it’s more plausible to me that Jackson is a split-personality mind-control asset gone haywire than just a celebrity freak who likes to fool around with little boys. Maybe that’s just a more “fun” and less creepy explanation though. Who knows.”
They wanna get my ass
Dead or alive
You know he really tried to take me
Down by surprise
I bet he missioned with the CIA
He don’t do half what he say ( Michael Jackson ”D.S.” )
Jackson changed his face, perhaps trying to put some distance between himself and an apparently unhappy past, but he could never really escape being ”The Man in the Mirror” .Traditionally, reflective surfaces are well known as an occult tool. Think of the book “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis S. Carroll or the magic looking glass used by Snow White’s evil step-mother. There are various occult practices that use reflective surfaces for providing answers about the past, present and future as well as searching for meditation, energy re-direction and long distance communication.
”The reflective surface’s ability to allow a person to quickly enter an altered state has made it a necessary tool for many occult practitioners. The reflective surface used for occult purposes may enable results that would otherwise have either have taken a longer time or been unattainable. Gazing at and beyond the reflection is a powerful tool that can be used for an individual’s different divination and occult purposes.”
His tampering with magic, and friendship with those holding deep understandings of the paranormal such as Uri Geller, seem to be more than incidental, and perhaps part of a larger pattern.
”Embattled pop star Michael Jackson wears a prosthetic nose and once paid $150,000 for a “voodoo curse” to kill director Steven Spielberg despite being deep in debt, Vanity Fair magazine reported on Monday.Vanity Fair, in an article for its March 11 edition, also reports that Jackson bleaches his skin white because he does not like being black. The 44-year-old singer sometimes refers to black people as “spabooks,” the magazine said …Vanity Fair reported in the article that in 2000 Jackson attended a voodoo ritual in Switzerland where a witch doctor promised that Spielberg, music mogul David Geffen and 23 other people on the entertainer’s list of enemies would die. Jackson, who underwent a “blood bath” as part of the ritual, then ordered his former business adviser Myung-Ho Lee to wire $150,000 to a bank in Mali for a voodoo chief named Baba, who sacrificed 42 cows for the ceremony, the magazine reported.”
The idea of Jackson wanting to change his race seems absurd. The whole idea of categorizing races has been, essentially, to prove that other people are inferior. For scientists, race is a meaningless concept; all human beings are 99,9% alike at the genetic level, and what’s left over isn’t enough to justify the dangerous distinctions that have been attributed for centuries. So, somewhere in the Jackson riddle is a thread touching on anxiety about race and identity, and its manipulation within the context of mass culture.