The Power of Music. Stevie Nicks, Abortion and Cultural Destruction

The music we listen to, the beats, the rhythm as well as the lyrics and the singer/songwriter have a profound effect on our minds, hearts and souls. This is why I have repeatedly urged people to be extremely careful about their music selections.

Last year I was drug through the international press and labeled a “racist” because I dared speak out about the devastating effect that rap music and thug culture bring to a community.

It’s scarcely been a year and I’m sad to report that so many of my predictions regarding rap and the white, Mormon, suburban culture it had penetrated are coming true.

The Mormon church has disavowed white people and our culture entirely and equated our precious heritage and ancestry to white supremacy.

The church then, hypocritically met with the NAACP and has ended it’s young women’s program which taught traditional, biblical, values to its youth.

All of this has happened after not only their embrace of thug culture and rap music but their willingness to publicly destroy and lie about a housewife and her family for daring to object. THAT is the amazing power music has over our souls.

We normal folk often have no idea the level of degeneracy that happens in the entertainment business. When Donald Trump was running for office it was revealed that many actors, musicians as well as politicians were involved in a Satanic practice known as Spirit Cooking.

Conspiracy theories turned out to be true.

Selling your soul to the devil is often the price of fame. These people worship evil, practice child sacrifice and are addicted to drugs.

Even when the people themselves entered the music industry with good hearts and sincere intent, they get caught up in a world beyond what they can manage and end up doing unspeakable things.

Such is apparently the case with the singer Stevie Nicks who revealed recently that one of her most famous songs, Sara, was written about the child she conceived during an affair with Don Henley. A child she aborted.

For 35 years people have heard this song, cranked it up while cruising down the highway, never knowing it was about regret, love and child murder.

Some of the heartbreaking lyrics of the song include the verses:

“All I ever wanted was to know
That you were dreaming
There’s a heartbeat
No, it never really died
You never really died

Would you swallow all your pride?
Could you speak a little louder?
And the wind became, oh crazy
There’s a heartbeat and it never really die
Crazy, crazy”

It is not known if Nicks had any other abortions in her life but she has no, living, children.

It is so important, with the way music and verses can touch our heart, that we are aware of the intent and inspiration behind these popular phrases and lyrics that we often hypnotically repeat over and over again.

How many of us spend more time listening to music than we do praying? I know I’m guilty of that.

I took an unimaginable level of heat last year for speaking up against bad music -the stalking, lies and death threats. My friends and family were also stalked, threatened and harassed. It was unbelievable but I regret nothing.

We must stand up to evil. We cannot be silent in these times. Imagine all the evil events that led up to Stevie having Sara killed. Imagine if someone, somewhere had stood up against that evil and stopped the whole chain of events?

Let love be without dissimulation. Hating that which is evil, cleaving to that which is good. Romans 12:9