Unquestionably, David Bowie carved out his own, unique place in the history of modern music; music loved by many.
Anyone who looked closely at some of his lyrics with some familiarity with the occult will know this, and some of it was very dark, as this article explains.
But anyone who watched the man with children or in some of his unguarded moments will know he was not only that. He had a spontaneity and a generosity of spirit that belied his fascination with the work of Aleister Crowley and the Golden Dawn.
And we know that Talmudic satanists control the music and film industries, to name just two, so he was doubtlessly encouraged down that path and, in my opinion, played his role in further breaking down the Western culture and values.
As Birgit Edwall outlines in this article, the occult just means hidden and has aspects that are of the light as well as of the dark, and as her book title indicates, aspects of her journey have had an association with those lighter aspects of David Bowie.
And what of Bowie’s recent album “Blackstar”?
To me, this video is clearly satanic.
However, this one, in my opinion, was Bowie saying goodbye to this world.
I’ll let you be the judge.
Bowie was nothing if not an enigma.