A Casualty Of The Devil
I've been longing to write this particular article for seven years. If you're a music connoisseur then you already know that fame and fortune are just a small part of the iceberg when it comes to being a successful artist. The occult and magical aspect of music make up the rest of it. Surely you're familiar with all of the ritual sacrifices that take place in the wonderful world of entertainment. The music industry is FULL of them. In my "27 and Counting" article, I talked about how the PTBs sacrificed Amy Winehouse because she didn't want play ball with the elites. While her murder/sacrifice shook up the music world, it paled in comparison to that of Whitney Houston. For about a 11- year run between 1984-1995, Whitney Houston was arguably the best R&B singer that every lived. Whitney's legendary hits are ingrained in every R&B fans DNA. Classic songs like "The Greatest Love of All", "Saving All My Love For You" ,"I Will Always Love You" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" literally put her in the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. Whitney's trophy count was beyond belief. Here are the staggering numbers:
6 Grammy Awards
2 Emmy Awards
22 American Music Awards
4 US Number One Albums
11 Number One Songs
30 Billboard Music Awards
99 RIAA Awards
7 Soul Train Music Awards
170 Million Albums Sold Worldwide
Whitney was also a very solid actress starring in popular films such as "The Bodyguard," "Waiting To Exhale," and "The Preacher's Wife." She came from a musically inclined family which included music royalty (Whitney's cousin was Dionne Warwick). Whitney grew up in Newark, New Jersey and began her singing career in church as most great singer did. Whitney was discovered by an Arista Records scout when she 19 and eventually met with Arista CEO Clive Davis. Davis was very impressed with Whitney's voice and immediately signed her to Arista in 1983. Whitney started working on her first self-titled album and released it early 1985. After her debut release, Whitney ascended rapidly in the music world and on the Billboard charts. By 1990, Whitney had already became a instant icon. She had already won a few Grammys, Billboard Awards, AMAs along with a ton of gold and platinum plaques. America stood by with awe and baited breath as she sang a FLAWLESS rendition of the national anthem at Super Bowl XXV in 1991. Whitney ended up tying the knot with then R&B bad boy Bobby Brown a year later. Many of her fans and other music critics believe that her marriage to Brown was the beginning of her downfall. However, I will explain later how her fate was sealed long before that.
Let's fast forward to February 9, 2012, two days before Whitney's untimely demise. I remember seeing an online article about how Whitney was partying in Hollywood's Tru nightclub two days before she was sacrificed. Some paparazzi managed to get a few photos of Whitney outside the nightclub. After further examination of the photos, it appeared that she had blood dripping down her leg. The internet obviously went nuts after seeing this because many people believe that somebody or SOMETHING tried to sacrifice her in the club but couldn't pull it off. Of course, those who were with her in Tru at the time said that she didn't get into any scuffles that could have caused the blood splatter on her leg. The next day (2/10/12) Whitney was hanging out with a few friends at the Beverly Hilton hotel where she was staying . According to witnesses, she was allegedly heavily intoxicated and was being rowdy. Please note that the Beverly Hilton would be the same hotel in which Whitney would die in the next day. It was also the same place where Clive Davis was having his annual pre-Grammy extravaganza. On the day of her death (2/11/12), Whitney was making preparations to attend the pre-Grammy party at the conference/convention area of the Beverly Hilton. The last two people to talk to her on that fateful day was her cousin Dionne Warwick and her mother Cissy. Whitney got off the phone with her mom at approximately 3:15pm. It was the last time she was heard alive. About thirty minutes later at 3:43pm, someone from Whitney's team came in her room to check on her only to find Whitney dead, submerged in the bathtub. Here's where things get rather strange. After CPR was performed on her by paramedics, Whitney was officially pronounced dead at 3:55pm on 2/11/12. However, while her dead body laid in her hotel room, the pre-Grammy party went off without a hitch. Apparently, someone (Clive) gave the authorities the order to keep Whitney's body in the room until the festivities were over. Around 1:55am on 2/12/12, right after everyone was leaving the Beverly Hilton, the coroner and paramedics brought Whitney's body out of the hotel. Pretty much every celebrity in the party (except for a select few) had no idea that Whitney had died and her body laid there for nearly 10 hours while they had a wonderful time.
Surely many of you are wondering, where does the ritual sacrifice thing fit in and "Qui Bono" from Whitney's death. Here it is in a nutshell. According to the research I've done over the years, Whitney was sacrificed because she was no longer useful to the PTBs (and the entities they answer to) in the music industry. She had lost her golden voice and was no longer the magical songbird that dominated the Billboard charts and sold out concerts worldwide. In the elites eyes, Whitney was old news and expendable. Plus, it's important for you to remember that every artist, no matter what their craft is, is worth more dead than alive. The elites knew the could make a killing off the profits made from all the downloads of Whitney's music, just like they did with Michael Jackson, Prince, Tupac and Biggie. As soon as she passed, every music streaming company literally jacked up the prices on all of Whitney's songs. As far as the sacrifice thing goes, it was the classic bathtub ritual. In the world of the occult, water serves a magical portal to other dimensions. This is why in movies such as Constantine, The Box, and Inception, there were key scenes that involved where the characters were bouncing in between different realms by submerging themselves in a bathtub filled with water. In the case of Whitney, after she was drugged and murdered for the sacrifice, her body was placed in the water so that her soul could make the transition to the "other realm" where the deities that they worship probably resides. This transmigration of her soul was also propelled by the energy generated by the celebrities and music moguls partying downstairs at the pre-Grammy celebration. Many researchers who've studied Whitney's murder extensively also believe that many of these party participants had foreknowledge on the sacrifice.
As I stated earlier, Whitney's downfall did not begin when she married Bobby Brown. It began when she signed her life away to Arista. The music industry have been destroying lives for decades via shady contracts, blatant exploitation and dark magic. Many of the CEOs who run these music giants are some of the biggest occultists in the world. They thoroughly understand the magical power of music and how it sways the masses, which is why they're always on the lookout for the next superstar with the million dollar voice. The average CEO knows that if he can find and sign a singer/songstress or a prolific rapper that can control a certain sector of the population, he or she will be able to control and dominate that same sector as well. Whitney Houston was able to captivate her fans and helped inspire younger artists with similar talent to follow in her footsteps. Unfortunately, she was a casualty of a beast who's always on the lookout for new musicians and entertainers to devour with impunity.