Katy Perry’s song, lyrics and video for “E.T.” gained great popularity for various reasons. The one reason we are interested in is the occult signification. We posted a series on this issue as follows:
Here are some of the lyrics written by Katy Perry, Max Martin, Lukasz Gottwald and Joshua Emanuel Coleman:
You're so hypnotizing / Could you be the devil? Could you be an angel? / Your touch magnetizing / Feels like I am floating, leaves my body glowing
They say be afraid / You're not like the others, futuristic lover / Different DNA / They don't understand you
You're from a whole other world / A different dimension / You open my eyes / And I'm ready to go, lead me into the light
…Infect me with your love and / Fill me with your poison…Take me…Wanna be a victim / Ready for abduction
Boy, you're an alien / Your touch so foreign / It's supernatural / Extraterrestrial
…Every move is magic…This is transcendental…I wanna walk on your wavelength / And be there when you vibrate / For you I'll risk it all
Understood for that which it is, this song is a virtual invitation for possession. Katy Perry, who has stated, “I sold my soul to the devil,” has her, mostly prepubescent fans, going around repeating, “Infect me with your love and / Fill me with your poison…Take me…Wanna be a victim / Ready for abduction.” Considering the litigious nature of demonism, this is quite concerning.
Lady Gaga is another pop-occult artist whom we have written of in the following:
Lady Gaga has just released a new album, Artpop, which is saturated with encouragement to perform perverse sexual acts. Some of the song titles are Aura, Sexxx Dreams, Jewels N' Drugs, Dope, Applause (how pathetic to have to beg your fans to applaud you). Another song title of interest is, “Do What U Want” which is just a particularly worded quote from Aleister Crowley’s “Do what thou wilt” (shall be the whole of the law).
Her song “Venus” picks up where Katy Perry’s “E.T.” left off. Here are some of the lyrics which were written by Paul Blair, Herman Poole Blount, Hugo Pierre Leclercq, Nick Monson, Stefani Germanotta and Dino Zisis (it is amazing how many people it takes to write pop trash):
Rocket #9 take off to the planet (to the planet) Venus
Aphrodite lady seashell bikini (garden panty) Venus / Let's blast off to a new dimension (in your bedroom) Venus…
I can't help the way I'm feeling / Goddess of love, please take me to your leader / I can't help, I keep on dancing / Goddess of love, goddess of love
…When you touch me, I die / Just a little inside / I wonder if this could be love / This could be love / 'Cause you're out of this world / Galaxy, space, and time / I wonder if this could be love (Venus)
Have an oyster, baby, it's Aphrod-isy / Act sleazy Venus / Worship to the land a girl from the planet (to the planet) / To the planet
…Neptune, go / Now serve Pluto / Saturn, Jupiter / Mercury, Venus, uh ha! / Uranus! / Don't you know my *** is famous? / Mars, now serve for the gods / Earth, serve for the stars!
Note that nine, as in Rocket #9, is the number of the beast as per occult numerological reduction as 6+6+6=18 and 1+8=9 thus, 666=9. So, the song remains the same; songs blurring the lines between the demonic and alien (which are one in the same in such cases) and urge the worshipful sexual union between humans and…something else.