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Hell's Bells: The Dangers of Rock 'N' Roll (1989)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Music  |  1 August 1989 (USA)
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Hell's Bells explores/examines ideas of seeming satanists and occultists looking for parallels within the world of sekular rock music.

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Hell's Bells explores/examines ideas of seeming satanists and occultists looking for parallels within the world of sekular rock music.

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The best and most thorough Rock Music Expose until Hells Bells II was released in 2001. Eric Holmberg gives thorough and compelling evidence that much of secular music, including Rock, Rap, Country, Alternative, Grunge and Metal line up perfectly with the Satanic Bible written by Anotn Lavey. The artists and their fans might try to dismiss, and some might wish to ignore it, but the evidence is presented in a clear, cogent and irrefutable manner. Simply compare what Lavey wrote with much of what this video shows Rock music to convey, and one is left with the inescapable conclusion that Rock Music is Satanic. I highly recommend this video for anyone that grew up in the 80's and its sequel to anyone that enjoys music.


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