Billie Eilish’s songs are demonic
Just by the lyrics and photo opt, “Billie Eilish is demonic.” Of course, her fans would laugh and simply say, this is not your generation, chill!
Her early hits, Bury a friend, Bellyache, and You should see me in a crown, were written in metaphors. Perhaps, the lyricists wanted that double meaning for shock value. After all, the music videos that went with it were shocking.
But what makes it sinister is the fact that despite demonic elements in her music, her fans continue to grow.
Young people influenced by Billie Eilish
- YouTube: 50 million subscribers
- TikTok: 50 million followers
- Instagram: 90 million followers
- Twitter: 7 million followers
- Facebook: 20 million followers
The implicit demonic message of Billie Eilish’s music
- “Bury a Friend” is a depressing song that communicates life is hopeless and the only way out is “sell my soul.”
- “Bellyache” is a sinister filled with seethes of fury and frustration. It normalizes depression and suggests suicide (wear a noose).
- “You Should See Me in a Crown” is straight-up mocking Jesus that ends in demonic worship of oneself.
- “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” embraces hell rather than heaven. It also mocks God by using the “her” gender pronoun, a rebellion against heaven, and the worship of Lucifer.
Billie Eilish’s advocacy that is anti-God
- Abortion: For Eilish, abortion is health care, but it is also an infanticide murder.
- Climate Change: For centuries, the earth has experienced dramatic shifts in climate. But what makes it demonic is the goal of Satan to bring about a one-world government using it.
- Racial Justice: Yes, we must rid ourselves of prejudice, but what makes the new movement of racial justice in America is rooted in atheist-Marxist ideology.
- LGBTQ Rights: God is for equal human rights but against “woke diversity” that weaponizes gay rights to persecute Christians—which is the work of Satan.
Satan’s plan is to desensitize a generation
The enemy Satan is scheming; he is a liar from the very beginning and awaits someone he can devour. He knows everyone has sinful nature—we want to satisfy our flesh.
We are prideful and selfish. Hence, those who fall prey to the enemy love the very thing God hates.
Billie and her die-hard fans share the same moral or rather immoral values. Fans caught in between are caught up in the mire of deception through her music—along with other singers who may have sold their souls to the devil.
My daughter defended Billie Eilish
While doing this blog, my then 14 years old daughter cried because she thought I was being mean to Billie Eilish. A few months after, she watched her new video, “All the good girls go to hell.” She runs to me, saying profusely how much she “hates” Billie now.
She said, “Dad, you should watch her video; she’s evil, demonic, and even mocked Jesus. I don’t like her anymore.”
What changed her mind?
I never impose what music my kids want to listen to; it’s their choice. All I did was pray that, in time, may God reveal to her what she needed to know, and God did. Satan is a deceiver, and he uses music as a tool.