Dark Frequency In Music: Occult Spells In R&B and Hip Hop Songs
Entertainment, Occultism, Spirituality

Dark Frequency In Music: Occult Spells In R&B and Hip Hop Songs

author | Mack Major

Many of you may remember an R&B song from the late 80s titled 'Baby Come To Me,' sung by Regina Bell. How many of you remember that old tune?

Well, did you know it was a love spell? Yep! When you were listening to that song, singing along with it, turning up the volume because it was your jam, unbeknownst to you: you were also taking part in occult spell-casting. Let me prove it to you…

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IMAGE: (1989) Regina Belle album artwork for hit song “Baby Come To Me.”

The following are some of the lyrics. And keep in mind that any reference to the Moon is a direct invocation of the moon-goddesses of witchcraft: Artemis, who is also known interchangeably as Diana, Selene, Demeter and Hecate.

Silver moon shining on my bed beside my pillow
Light the pathway to bring that man to me
(She's asking the moon goddess of witchcraft to show her how to cast a spell to seduce the man in question. Let's continue:)

Oh, ooh, something tells me
My words are goin' straight to his heart
(Artemis is known as the archer. The singer is using occult power—the arrows of Artemis—to successfully infect the man's mind; totally unknown to him.)

And ooh, somethin' tells me
You will be all mine
Baby, come to me, 'cause I love you
Thinkin' of you, oh
Baby, come to me, gotta have you
You got it goin' on, you turnin' me on
Baby, come to me
(Read the next few lines carefully. She lets us know her full intention for the use of witchcraft to win the guy's affection.)

Know a secret how to make you want me
How to make you love me, whoa
Sure as there's a moon above
It's a friend of mine, she'll make you burn

» Did you catch it? She admits that the "Moon"—the goddess of witchcraft Artemis—is her friend! So basically, whether this guy wants to or not, he will be brought to this woman because demonic spirits will be invoked and sent to lead him directly to her!

And this was the type of mess we were feeding our spirits and opening our minds to in our days of sin! I was just as guilty. I could rattle off a dozen other such lyrics from different artists who were also using real actual spells and witchcraft in their songs.

I hate to mess up your fantasy. But that music was never good, safe or healthy for your soul. It was coded with all types of ungodly satanic messages, evil powers and outright witchery to lead men and women into lust, disastrous relationships, out of wedlock births, prison and even early death.

Ask yourself: how many people died from AIDS due to following the influence of R&B music?

Folks use to joke and brag about how many babies got made while listening to Luther Vandross and other slow jam artists. How many of those babies were born out of wedlock, are now grown and either already dead or on their way to prison because they were caught up in the poison of the streets without a father around to successfully guide them safely through life?

How many sexual partners have you had while getting it on to the slow jams? And how many of those people still hold fragments of your soul, and will continue to do so unless Jesus is given the chance to completely heal your broken soul and make it whole again? Like it or not, there's a very good reason why the Bible warns us so much against the dangers of sexual sin.

"Run from sexual sin! No other sin so clearly affects the body as this one does. For sexual immorality is a sin against your own body." [1 Corinthians 6:18]

We were wired by Satan to fail miserably in life—and it's a direct result of much of the music that we consumed.

That music, as good as it may sound and make us feel, was coded with every type of demonic bait to lure us into sexual sin, cause us to live in guilt and shame, and cause us to be an offense to God. It even caused many of us to open ourselves to demonic powers.

Regina Bell isn't the only one with occult lyrics and spells hidden in her music. There are many such songs like this that involved indirect and sometimes overt references to occult demonic spell-casting.

If you are still tuned into the soundtrack of sin, maybe it's time to tune into a different station. Perhaps it’s time to turn the dial of your heart and mind to hear what Thus Saith The Lord! Because the longer you stay tuned into demonic frequencies, you'll stay tuned into darkness and alienated from the Light of Christ. Not to mention there is deep intimacy and closeness with God the Father that you're completely missing out on.

Sorry, but you cannot walk with God and with demons at the same time. You have to choose one or the other!

"You cannot drink from the cup of the Lord and from the cup of demons, too. You cannot eat at the Lord's Table and at the table of demons, too." [1 Corinthians 10:21]

Let’s see another example. Here’s another one…

» 1970s and 80s Disco and R&B singer Chaka Khan, who’s real name is Yvette Stevens; affectionally now known as the “Queen of Funk-Soul.” She changed her name at a Yoruba naming ceremony, under the leadership of The Black Panther Party, to Chaka Adunne Aduffe Yemoja Hodarhi Karifi.

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IMAGE: (Circa 1970s) Chaka Khan performing.

In more recent years, she openly admits that her naming ceremony was actually a conjuring ritual led by a Yoruba (voodoo) priest, inducting her into the voodoo religion. So she went from being known as Yvette Stevens to Chaka Adunne Aduffe Yemoja Hodarhi Karifi Khan.

IN AN INTERVIEW, SHE STATES, “Each name in my name is the name of a guardian spirit, where all through my life I should try to encompass and become. Chaka is the feminine pronunciation of Shaka Zulu the warrior. It denotes war, the color red, the planet Mars…A lot of my fundamental views on life are from those teachings I learned at that time...”

It’s significant to note that one of Chaka’s new names: Yemoja; is the name of the main water deity in Yoruba, and known throughout Africa by the name Mami Wata.

Chaka Khan is known for many hit songs, but the one song that launched her into solo super stardom was “I’m Every Woman.”

“I'm Every Woman,” by Chaka Khan (1978); Peaked at #1 on US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard) for 3 consecutive weeks.

I'm every woman,
It's all in me
Anything you want done, baby,
I'll do it naturally
I'm every woman,
It's all in me
I can read your thoughts right now,
Every one from A to Z
Whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa, whoa, whoa

I can cast a spell,
Of secrets you can't tell,
Mix a special brew,
Put fire inside of you
Anytime you feel danger or fear,
Then instantly
I will appear 'cause
I'm every woman,
It's all in me
Anything you want done, baby,
I'll do it naturally
Whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa, whoa, whoa
I can sense your needs
Like rain unto the seeds
I can make a rhyme
Of confusion in your mind
And when it comes down to some good old-fashioned love,
That's what I've got baby, 'cause
I'm every woman,
It's all in me
I can read your thoughts right now,
Every one from A to Z
Whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa…

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IMAGE: Album artwork for Chaka Khan’s #1 hit song, “I’m Every Woman,” released in 1978.

This entire song is paying homage to Mami Wata—the chief water demon and mermaid spirit in the voodoo/African spiritual pantheon.

When you are singing along to these lyrics, you are inadvertently invoking and opening yourself to this demonic entity to come dwell in and with you.

You are asking it to be your guardian spirit, to involve itself directly in your love life. You have effectively edged Jesus Christ right out of your life and left room open for more voodoo-related demonic loas (spirits of voodoo) to enter you as well.

The biblical admonishing to abolish sin from our lives becomes even more clear when you realize to what lengths the enemy has gone to overcome us through very deceptive means.

To underscore my point in all this, the following is an excerpt taken from the autobiography of James Todd Smith, better known as LL Cool J. It's a book titled I Make My Own Rules.

I was blown away when I read this because it goes to the heart of what I’ve been preaching now for the past few years: that these sex demons are indeed real, and they target both men and women to bring destruction into people’s lives.

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IMAGE: LL Cool J autobiography titled, “I Make My Own Rules.”

» In this part of his book, LL Cool J was rehashing a supernatural encounter he experienced after dealing with a young woman of Trinidadian and Dominican descent.

She had been using voodoo on him and had him totally under her spell. To his credit he talks very candidly about this experience. The whole book was revealing. The book is now out of print, but you can still locate a copy on Amazon.

Believing himself to be under some type of witchcraft, a friend educated him on how to deflect spiritual assaults. As he began to put those teachings into practice the young lady who had been using witchcraft on him suddenly died just two weeks later from lung cancer. After her death, while lying on a bed in his grandmother's basement in the neighborhood he grew up in, in Queens—a place of safety and comfort that he often returned to when needing to clear his thoughts—he recounts this supernatural encounter:

"So, I'm lying there, and all of a sudden I feel this force. Some people may think this is crazy, but it's real. This force--a demon--was in the room, hovering over me. It pinned me to the bed. I couldn't move. I could hardly breathe. It had my arms pinned to the bed, and I felt this presence around my face. It was like the forces of darkness had come to life in my room. I could feel the breath on my face. It said, ‘You can be where you want to be. You can have everything you want. But you have to say yes now.’

“At the time I was feeling like I had nothing--no kids, no wife, no friends, no home, no career, nothing. I had the reverse Midas touch—everything I touched was turning to s***. But I knew if I said yes, I would be selling my soul.

“It said to me again, ‘Say yes. Just say yes, and it's yours.’

“I was fighting, trying to break loose. I screamed, ‘No!’ And as I said no, I felt snakes crawling through me up my rectum, out of my mouth and ears, and then wrapping around my neck, choking me. I heard women giggling all around me. And then--silence. Everything was gone.

“I was left lying there sweating, my wrists aching. Even today, sometimes my wrists ache for no apparent reason."

It should be noted that nowhere in the book did LL Cool J ever mention getting delivered from these evil spirits, nor of giving his life to Jesus Christ. And this incident happened after he was already famous and had been making music for some time.

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IMAGE: LL Cool J.

LL Cool J even mentioned elsewhere in the same book how the more debased his sexual activity became the better his music got.

So…how many of you were rocking out to this man's songs when he was under the spell of witchcraft and full of demons?! And where does that now leave you?

Be careful of what you allow to entertain you; for whatever entertains you eventually enters you.

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