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21st Jan '18 3:15:21 AM LABcrab
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** [[invoked]]This site, and others like it, hasn't gone unnoticed among the celebrities targeted. Music/LadyGaga is at the point where she's milking the attention/paranoia of conspiracy theorists for all it's worth, and Music/JayZ's [[TakeThat response]] was the brilliant and darkly artistic video for [[https://vimeo.com/74044121 "On to the Next One."]] They and other celebrities have also used metaphors like "selling their soul to the devil" and "swearing to Lucifer" in interviews, in an effort to troll conspiracy theorists.

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** [[invoked]]This This site, and others like it, hasn't gone unnoticed among the celebrities targeted. Music/LadyGaga is at the point where she's milking the attention/paranoia of conspiracy theorists for all it's worth, and Music/JayZ's [[TakeThat response]] was the brilliant and darkly artistic video for [[https://vimeo.com/74044121 "On to the Next One."]] They and other celebrities have also used metaphors like "selling their soul to the devil" and "swearing to Lucifer" in interviews, in an effort to troll conspiracy theorists.
21st Jan '18 3:11:51 AM LABcrab
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** This site, and others like it, hasn't gone unnoticed among the celebrities targeted. Music/LadyGaga is at the point where she's milking the attention/paranoia of conspiracy theorists for all it's worth, and Music/JayZ's [[TakeThat response]] was the brilliant and darkly artistic video for [[https://vimeo.com/74044121 "On to the Next One."]] They and other celebrities have also used metaphors like "selling their soul to the devil" and "swearing to Lucifer" in interviews, in an effort to troll conspiracy theorists.

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** This [[invoked]]This site, and others like it, hasn't gone unnoticed among the celebrities targeted. Music/LadyGaga is at the point where she's milking the attention/paranoia of conspiracy theorists for all it's worth, and Music/JayZ's [[TakeThat response]] was the brilliant and darkly artistic video for [[https://vimeo.com/74044121 "On to the Next One."]] They and other celebrities have also used metaphors like "selling their soul to the devil" and "swearing to Lucifer" in interviews, in an effort to troll conspiracy theorists.
10th Jan '18 10:43:17 AM StarTropes
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* {{Parodied}} (like pretty much everything else) on ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' when Brad Sherwood plays a Fundamentalist who sees the devil's work in everything, such as [[ItMakesSenseInContext Ryan's head growing on Colin's shoulder]].
23rd Nov '17 10:09:40 AM nombretomado
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* Speaking of the Beatles, the YouTube channel iamaphoney started out as a series of [[ConspiracyTheory Paul Is Dead]] videos, but branched out into theories about the Beatles worshipping Creator/AleisterCrowley and other such things. For example, the Beatles were known for using backwards tracks, and since Crowley wrote "let him learn to talk backwards..."

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* Speaking of the Beatles, the YouTube channel iamaphoney started out as a series of [[ConspiracyTheory [[UsefulNotes/ConspiracyTheories Paul Is Dead]] videos, but branched out into theories about the Beatles worshipping Creator/AleisterCrowley and other such things. For example, the Beatles were known for using backwards tracks, and since Crowley wrote "let him learn to talk backwards..."
30th Oct '17 12:01:31 PM KingLyger
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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}'' series fell into this for a number of uninformed parents.

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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}'' series fell into this for a number of uninformed parents. Diablo is the name of the SatanicArchetype that the player is meant to fight, the BigBad of all three games, and the FinalBoss outside of expansion packs. The player, as a holy warrior or even a [[{{Nephilim}} nephalem]], is charged with destroying him. This hasn't stopped a few from claiming the entire series is meant to drive people into worshiping Satan.
22nd Oct '17 5:49:50 PM nombretomado
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* Music/TheBeatles got plenty of flak just for [[RockMeAsmodeus being a rock band]]. But then Creator/CharlesManson found some "call to arms" messages in ''Music/TheWhiteAlbum'', and before you know it, Creator/RomanPolanski's wife is dead. A rare case where the people claiming it was evil were not the MoralGuardians, but rather, a SerialKiller {{cult}}. "Helter Skelter" got it the worst, given the Manson family even painted it on the walls. Despite the proto-metal sound, the song is about an amusement park ride. Or, well, a relationship being ''like'' an amusement park ride, where that ride is a long spiral slide. Which is possibly the most mundane relationship metaphor ever imagined.

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* Music/TheBeatles got plenty of flak just for [[RockMeAsmodeus being a rock band]]. But then Creator/CharlesManson UsefulNotes/CharlesManson found some "call to arms" messages in ''Music/TheWhiteAlbum'', and before you know it, Creator/RomanPolanski's wife is dead. A rare case where the people claiming it was evil were not the MoralGuardians, but rather, a SerialKiller {{cult}}. "Helter Skelter" got it the worst, given the Manson family even painted it on the walls. Despite the proto-metal sound, the song is about an amusement park ride. Or, well, a relationship being ''like'' an amusement park ride, where that ride is a long spiral slide. Which is possibly the most mundane relationship metaphor ever imagined.
3rd Sep '17 1:01:23 AM TroperNo9001
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** A [[Webcomics/RageComics rage comic]] [[http://ragecomics.memebase.com/2012/04/20/rage-comics-evolution-is-inappropriate/ here]] chronicles the author's supposed encounter with the trope (obviously, take it with a grain of salt); a DJ refuses to play the Pokémon theme song, because some people find it anti-religious, but has no problems with playing sexist rap.

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** A [[Webcomics/RageComics [[Webcomic/RageComics rage comic]] [[http://ragecomics.memebase.com/2012/04/20/rage-comics-evolution-is-inappropriate/ here]] chronicles the author's supposed encounter with the trope (obviously, take it with a grain of salt); a DJ refuses to play the Pokémon theme song, because some people find it anti-religious, but has no problems with playing sexist rap.
2nd Sep '17 11:56:38 AM nombretomado
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* Parody sites like Christ Wire play with this a lot. For example, in their analysis of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', they accuse the straight Glee club teacher of turning kids into homosexuals because he dances and sings a lot, and they also criticize it for encouraging kids to "have fun in the arts" instead of pursuing "real" careers. They skip over all the show's much more obvious attacks on the Christian Right -- like the fact that the celibacy club president becomes pregnant, or the way her ultra-conservative, GlennBeck-loving parents throw her out of the house when they find out. Even better is their article where they accuse ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' of turning "a generation of American boys into homosexuals."

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* Parody sites like Christ Wire play with this a lot. For example, in their analysis of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', they accuse the straight Glee club teacher of turning kids into homosexuals because he dances and sings a lot, and they also criticize it for encouraging kids to "have fun in the arts" instead of pursuing "real" careers. They skip over all the show's much more obvious attacks on the Christian Right -- like the fact that the celibacy club president becomes pregnant, or the way her ultra-conservative, GlennBeck-loving Radio/GlennBeck-loving parents throw her out of the house when they find out. Even better is their article where they accuse ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' of turning "a generation of American boys into homosexuals."
8th Aug '17 4:38:06 AM Luigifan
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This is often used by religious fundamentalists against any story where the powers are explicitly referred to as "magic". The basis of the argument is that, in real life, MagicIsEvil (because -- according to beliefs of some religious people -- it is something you can only use if you make a DealWithTheDevil), so naturally all stories which feature magic are meant to indoctrinate readers into getting involved with actual witchcraft (even if the in-universe magic has nothing to do with real-life occult beliefs.)

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This is often used by religious fundamentalists against any story where the powers are explicitly referred to as "magic". The basis of the argument is that, in real life, MagicIsEvil (because -- according to beliefs of some religious people -- it is something you can only use if you make a DealWithTheDevil), so naturally all stories which feature magic are meant to indoctrinate readers into getting involved with actual witchcraft (even if the in-universe magic has nothing to do with real-life occult beliefs.)
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28th Jul '17 12:32:09 PM GM_3826
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** Some books actually ''do'' include ceremonial and RitualMagic information. The ''entire'' Goetia (Lesser Key of Solomon) made it into ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' in 1986. Minus the sigils, fortunately.

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** Some books actually ''do'' include ceremonial and RitualMagic information. The ''entire'' Goetia (Lesser Key of Solomon) made it into ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' ''TabletopGame/DragonQuest'' in 1986. Minus the sigils, fortunately.
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