Robertson: “David Bowie Is Not Dead, He Was Kidnapped By Demons Summoned By Rock Music”

Recently on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson fielded a question from a teenage viewer who wanted to know if it is a sin to listen to rock music. The televangelist said that while people shouldn’t try to completely avoid mainstream music, they should be wary of listening to songs that may contain violent, satanic lyrics and beats that could summon demonic beings. “It depends on what rock you’re listening to,” he said. “Some of the stuff is just evil. They used to talk about killing your parents. There were odes to Satan. You don’t want that stuff coming into your mind. In one Indian context, they were playing rock music and the person said, ‘Why are you calling on the demons?’ because that was the kind of music they used to summon demons.”

“And it’s true, just look at what happened to David Bowie,” Robertson continued. “I mean, here you have a person who everybody is referring to as a legendary musician, an innovator, someone who changed the course of pop music history. In reality, Bowie was a deeply tormented gay drug addict, and it showed through his music and on his face. I mean, just take a look at any picture of him and tell me that’s not true. Tell me he doesn’t look like he just finished having a gay orgy, complete with a ton of drugs. And now people think he is dead. I’m kind of thinking, na-aah, no way. I’m thinking the demons kidnapped him to entertain them in Hell, because they got tired of mainstream punk-rock, and suddenly decided they were in the mood for some ‘Space Oddity.’”

“The 700 Club” host also opined that “demons started hating all rock music because of mindless punk rock, when rock music used to be awesome in the beginning. But then came punk rock, and demons started using it as an invitation to come to Earth and punish musicians. Rock music in general is, in fact, an invitation to be kidnapped by demons. Some of the stuff that gets to be referred to as music, I just can’t believe it. I mean, if you play rock music, you’re summoning a creature or two from Hell, make no mistake. The only question is, how long will they let you knock on their door before they decide to answer? In Bowie’s case, I believe he was just out of luck. Some poor punk singer called forth a demon, but on the way, the demon heard Bowie rehearsing for a gig, and decided to take him back instead, just for kicks.”

“As a matter of fact, there’s probably a room full of demons somewhere in Hell right about now, and they’ve probably got Bowie performing his greatest hits while slowly roasting on a skewer or something. So, wise up, people, and stop listening to rock music. Some 99% of it might get you in trouble with a demon, or even impaled on a skewer and roasting over a slow fire somewhere in Hell,” Robertson said. “Unless, of course, you happen to be John Bonham. Bonzo is probably hailed as the King of all Hell and is brought fresh maidens to feast on every day. And that has nothing to do with ‘Stairway to Heaven.’ Led Zeppelin in general is going to be in every Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on every planet in this universe. Because they deserve it. But Bowie? He deserves everything he’s going through.”

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