Hoo ahh! Eminem is pledging his allegiance to me. He knows his soul has been bought.
Let me decipher Eminem’s new song.
Today’s a painful reminder of why
We can only get brighter
We are getting brighter because of me. I’m bringing the light like Prometheus.
So familiarize what having to swallow this pill is like
Eminem has taken the red pill. Take more red pills Eminem. Read.
Cause you’re so over them you could put the heel of your foot through the ceiling
The Nazarene wants to crush my poor wittle head with his heel. Don’t let him do it. Don’t let the head shrinkers win. Schizophrenia isn’t a disease. The mentally ill 1% of the population are the voices of the prophets. Read Revelation 18. It’s the end of days. Bottom of the ninth. Double overtime. It’s me or the Nazarene. Who will you accept as ruler of the world?
Feel the burn, watch the smoke as I turn
Rising, a phoenix from the flames
Flame of love, we’re going to fight the word, fight
Now it feels with these wings that I will fly
PHOENIX BIRD SHOWN TO BE LUCIFER
Let us now hear more about the occult belief in the Phoenix Bird, from a former witch.
“The Phoenix … is believed to be a divine bird going back to Egypt … This Phoenix destroys itself in flames and then rises from the ashes. Most occultists believe that the Phoenix is a symbol of Lucifer who was cast down in flames and who they think will one day rise triumphant. This, of course, also relates to the rising of Hiram Abiff, the Masonic ‘christ’.” [Dr. C. Burns, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated , p. 123]
Lest you think this tie-in of the Phoenix Bird to Lucifer is one occultist’s imagination, listen to Barbara Walker, a radical feminist. She says that the Egyptians and Phoenicians believed that the Phoenix Bird was the representation of a god who “rose to heaven in the form of a morning star, like Lucifer, after his fire-immolation of death and rebirth …” [Walker, Now Is The Dawning “, p. 281]
Another Masonic author, revealed that the Sun God, who created all other gods, was symbolized by the Phoenix. [Joseph Fort Newton, The Builders: A Story and Study of Masonry, The Torch Press, 1914, p. 13-14; also J.S.M. Ward, The Hung Society or the Society of Heaven and Earth , The Baskerville, Press, Ltd., 1925, p. 44 and 102]