Godspell: the subliminal

They have been at this a looong time, folks…

Watching videos of long ago favorite songs like Day by Day, Prepare Ye. By My Side..

.I was shocked to see the subliminal messaging of the evil ones.

So Godspell was seen as a a way to reach people that they may have not been able to reach through and reading like the King James version of the Bible. It was difficult to understand some of the passages so when Godspell came out, late sixties early seventies, it was seen as a way of making Jesus more accessible. So it was welcomed and it was celebrated as being more modern. You know of course the more modern thing is always being pushed as the more desired thing, when old is seen as undesirable, even though there is great worth and history in old.

Even though I see how they were putting things in there subliminally, I love the songs and I still consider them inspirational, but recognizing how the evil one was trying to drive a wedge between God the Creator and the Good Hearts.

On day by day, they showed Jesus as a clown that’s kind of subliminal right there. Then he is painting a an upside-down star on a bus during this video and several upside down stars are painted on walls and other objects.

Then a third thing that kind of raised red flag was at one point the blonde gal plants a small tree in a pot and then St. John the Baptist/Judas, comes along and puts an even bigger Tree in same pot and the subliminal message was it Jesus watered the plant and so therefore it just grew phenomenally in just a few moments. And then the blonde girl looks all starry-eyed turns and starts towards Jesus and it was kind of like a mocking of his abilities to perform miracles and his followers.

This may come as a shock to some, but Jesus wasn’t the only one who could heal others. There are credible Native American tales of people being brought back to life by their Holy Men and Women. So God granted others the ability to heal. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ekoHxB4idmg?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparentThe video where are you going on the the main girl singing with the red hair she has one eye highlighted–very clearly a pagan symbol and Satan symbolism and then another actor has the lightning painted on his cheek also another sign associated with the evil one so they were clearly mocking Christians in Godspell. https://www.youtube.com/embed/fX6dq7cNIOA?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent

And I don’t know that the cast knew what this meant or they were in on it. You know I don’t know only God knows that and it’s just another example of how the evil one love to mock Christians and love to mix the sacred with profane. https://www.youtube.com/embed/c1SiaCV26aQ?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent

I am pretty sure this character is John the Baptist. And it is interesting that the lightening is painted on his cheek. And that he is not singing with the rest of them in Where Are You Going? In the book, The Expected One, the author makes the statements that there is a secret society worshiping John the Baptist. They carry around his skull, supposedly. I have often wondered if the Skulls from Yale University are also Baptist worshipers? They like to make the claim that John the Baptist was the real Messiah, and that Mary Magdalene was a whore/prostitute. So they clearly do not see that she was a profit and a sacred woman. She was the first person to see Jesus rise and she was there at his death when the other disciples ran away. She was a disciple, but not acknowledged as such. Why??

What is troubling is that John the Baptist is holding the hand of… is that Nike/Victory/Ishtar, the Goddess of War/Sex statue?? If it is, this is even more troubling for the blatant inyourface to God and the Good Hearts…

edited to add: so I found this fountain at NY Central Park, and it is called Bethesda Terrace. I f you look up the map, from the sky view, you can see of the design. And looking st the street view, the stairs on both sides certainly looks like going up temple steps…