Super Bowl – The Day After

_80747682_80747680BBC NewsAn estimated average of 114.4 million people watched Sunday’s Super Bowl on NBC, according to initial figures.

The game set a new record for the most-watched event in US television, beating last year’s audience of 112.2 million.

Viewing peaked at 120.8 million during the last quarter, which saw the New England Patriots beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24.

Some 118.5 million watched Katy Perry’s half-time show – three million more than last year’s show with Bruno Mars.

The show is over. Many who did not part with a hefty stack of USD notes to watch the show live at the stadium were glued to the television screen. A third of Americans were mesmerised by the performance. Katy Perry attracted a record-breaking audience with her “riding the beast” performance. These are comforting and wonderful statistics for the media. Trash still sells.

Are there Americans watching news on the wars in Ukraine or the devastation caused by their leaders in the Middle East? Are Americans aware of the financial devastation caused by the US financial system and cyber wars that are escalating, possibly leading towards a major world conflict? Possibly not. Most are ignorant or apathetic towards these realities. Reality shows that are not real attract more viewership.

What did the 118 million people watching Katy Perry’s performance see during the Super Bowl? Chances are that they see nothing other than another subliminal mind control performance. Reuters confirmed that American obesity is on the increase, with more than 30% of adults being obese. This statistics parallels the numbers watching the Super Bowl show. So, not only are many Americans obese, so are their minds.

Anyone who have heard the testimony of Katy Perry would have avoided exposing themselves to her shows. She had publicly declared unabashedly that “she sold her soul to the devil” in order to achieve fame. She confessed, “When I was 15, because I grew up in a household where all I ever did was listen to gospel music…. I swear I wanted to be, like, the Amy Grant of music, but it didn’t work out, and so I sold my soul to the devil.”

Would you like to be exposed to the devil? Not likely. But if you are one of those mesmerised by Katy, you have in fact been lured by the devil in a most subtle way. But for those unable to discern the subliminal link of the music industry with demonic powers, that itself is an indication of an obese spiritual mind. Be mindful that obesity leads to the road of death.

Romans 8:6
For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.


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