from Vigilant Citizen:
In the video “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)”, Lil Nas X descends to hell and literally grinds on Satan. The rapper also released custom “Satan shoes” which contain actual human blood and limited to 666 pairs.
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The success of Old Town Road was due to several facts: It was fun, it was catchy and it bridged the gap between rap and country music. The result: Children were dancing to the song while chanting every word of its lyrics at birthday parties and summer camps.
Then Lil Nas X got signed to Columbia Records. Shortly after, LNX’s popularity was “weaponized” to become a vehicle for the elite’s agenda. Soon after Lil Nas X started displaying all of the signs and symbols associated with the occult elite.
While LNX’s first album was somewhat rushed to cash into the Old Town Road craze, the record company took its time for the second album. The rapper’s elite handlers wanted to make sure that his young fans were fully exposed to all of the facets of its toxic agenda: Hypersexualization, gender confusion, and, of course, all-out Satanism. The result: The first single, MONTERO (Call Me by Your Name) shamelessly proselytizes for Satanism while bombarding young viewers with explicit imagery.
If you read other articles on this site, you know that this agenda is nothing new. However, it used to be much more subtle. But not MONTERO: LNX is literally grinding on Satan for about 30% of the video.
And, when one looks deeper into the symbolism of the video, we understand the full depth of the elite’s depravity. We also understand how they prey on the minds of young people like vultures.
Here’s a look at the video.
If one reads mass media reviews, MONTERO is about LNX being his “real self” because Montero is his real first name. However, the video tells a whole other story. Through biblical references and overt symbolism, MONTERO becomes a celebration of Satanism disguised as a “queer song”.
The video begins with a narrator saying:
“In life, we hide the parts of ourselves we don’t want the world to see. We lock them away. We tell them no. We banish them. But here…we don’t. Welcome to Montero.”
Some might think that this is about LNX wanting to be openly gay. However, the video makes it clear: It is about LNX being openly Satanic.
As Lucifer performs an explicit act on LNX, the camera pans back to the tree.
There is nothing random happening in this scene. Everything here has a profound meaning to the occult elite. Here are some examples:
The Greek words of the tree form a quote taken from Plato’s Symposium. It says:
“After the division the two parts of man, each desiring his other half.”
To better understand this quote, we must look at the general context of the Symposium. In this philosophical text, several men attend a banquet (where wine is flowing freely) and participate in a contest of speeches to praise Eros, the god of love and desire.
Strangely enough, one of the speeches praises “boy love”.
Pausanias contrasts common desire with a “heavenly” love between an older man and a young man (before the age when his beard starts to grow), in which the two exchange sexual pleasure while the older man imparts wisdom to the younger one.
– Wikipedia, Symposium
After being possessed by Lucifer, LNX finds himself on Earth and he’s being judged with severity.
Meanwhile, LNX sings some explicit lyrics:
I want that jet lag from f*ckin’ and flyin’
Shoot a child in your mouth while I’m ridin’
The rest of the verse is extremely telling:
A sign of the times every time that I speak
A dime and a nine, it was mine every week
What a time, an incline, God was shinin’ on me
Now I can’t leave
And now I’m actin’ hella elite
Never want the niggas that’s in my league
I wanna fuck the ones I envy, I envy
The first line is a reference to LNX’s critics who say that his entire career is a sign of the biblical End Times where everything degenerates. In the rest of this verse, LNX sings about his success in the music industry. A “dime and a nine” is a reference to Old Town Road‘s sitting at #1 in Billboard charts for 19 weeks.
In another line, LNX says that “he can’t leave” the industry and that he’s now acting “hella elite”. In other words, he’s stuck and he’s under the control of the industry. The last line is about him lusting after those he envies which is a direct reference to two cardinal sins of Christianity (lust and envy). In other words, he now lives by the sinful ways of the elite.