David Bowie, Prince and Lemmy are alive? It has been claimed that the three musicians are alive.
According to an Illuminati blood pact, a conspiracy theory surrounding the three stars claims that they are alive. The legendary musicians David Bowie, Prince and Motorhead’s Lemmy died this year and in 2015.
A conspiracy theorist called Illuminati watcher claims the musicians signed a blood sacrifice pact. There are speculations that say the musicians made a deal for fame, fortune and rock glory in exchange for their souls, Daily Star reports.
Lemmy or Ian Kilmister is now believed to have become a higher master along with David Bowie, Prince and Tupac. “[He] died but not died [when he] ascended into the heavenly realm,” said the conspiracy theorist, according to Express UK.
The theorist said that Lemmy allegedly singed a pact where he gave away his soul to the devil in order to achieve fame and fortune. “Now just like every other celebrity that we talk about that could be involved in the infamous blood sacrifice pact, I’m not trying to take away from his skills or his abilities or talent,” he said.
The source said that in order to achieve a high profile celebrity status, the pact needs to be signed. The conspiracy theorists added that Francis Bacon and even maybe Tupac Shakur have become ascended masters.
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According to the theory, the people “die but don’t really die.” They actually make it and ascend into the heavenly realm.”
However, the claims appear and sound too far-fetched and bizarre to be true. Lemmy who died on December 28, 2015 said he thought he will go to hell, as there are pool tables.
Besides, the conspiracy theorist also claims the lyrics of Motorhead’s Ace of Spades give clues to the cultish pact. “Playing for the high one, dancing with the devil, going with the flow, it’s all a game to me…” a line suggests.
Explaining the meaning of the lyrics, the theorist said that Lemmy in fact is saying that he signed a deal with the devil. He added that he was going with the flow to get into music world.
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) October 18, 2016