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  Red Pills in Music: 33 Songs About Our Matrix, Cults & More

  Hi friends! I'm not dead! It's been another busy week for me and I wasn't finding a whole lot of inspiration in film. Instead, I've been doing a lot of driving and listening to music on the road. A few months ago I came across my old ipod touch and revisited my music collection from 2004-2014. Needless to say it was a blast from the past, and I decided to leave it exactly as it is and not sync it to my current laptop. 
  Waking up tends to make you experience the world differently. Not only do I watch films with a new perspective, I hear music with a new perspective. No surprise. Music is one of the greatest forms of self expression there is, and often the lyrical content of a song comes straight from the authors subconscious. I always ask myself where the inspiration comes from, what the tone is vs the content, and listen for clues that related to what I've learned in the past year especially. 
  There are hundreds of thousands of examples of truth hidden in music. I decided to make my own list of interesting songs, partly inspired from my personal collection and partly inspired by the research that took place when I decided to make the list. These songs come from different eras, genres, and aren't necessarily about the same thing. I found songs that reference the secret government, cults, indigo children, and more. Anything that resonated with me I added to the list. It took some time and I'm making it public, so do feel free to share! 
  1. Take a Bow by Muse
You corrupt
And bring corruption to all that you touch
You'll behold
And beholden for all that you've done
Cast a spell
Cast a spell on the country you run
And risk
You will risk
You will risk all their lives and their souls

And burn
You will burn
You will burn in hell, yeah you'll burn in hell
You'll burn in hell
Yeah you'll burn in hell
For your sins

And our freedom's consuming itself
What we've become
It's contrary to what we want
Take a bow
  There are many songs like this that I didn't used to fully understand that I finally do, and this song is one of them. Upon revisiting one of my favorite bands, I discovered Muse is woke woke. I can't help wondering why the comments are turned off on the YouTube video I linked. I know this is a message to the dark cabal acknowledging their plan to corrupt the country from within. Many musicians know the truth and all they can do is express themselves through music and pass it off as art slightly under the radar. 
2. MK Ultra by Muse 
"The wavelength gently grows
Coercive notions re-evolve
A universe is trapped inside a tear
It resonates the core
Creates unnatural laws
Replaces love and happiness with fear

How much deception can you take
How many lies will you create
How much longer until you break
Your mind's about to fall

And they're breaking through
They're breaking through
They're breaking through
We are losing control"
  I had to also include this song by Muse to point out that Muse is definitely warning the cabal. The linked video is an MTV Exit promotional video against human trafficking using Muse's song "MK Ultra." Enough said. No one can convince me that MK Ultra isn't real, or didn't happen, or isn't still happening. 
  Although, they've tried. 
3. Living in a Bubble by Eiffel 65 
"we live in a bubble baby.
a bubble's not reality.
you gotta have a look outside.
nothing in a bubble, is the way it's supposed to be,
and when it blows you'll hit the ground.
we live in a bubble baby.
but it's not the place to be.
cause it's a place of lies and hype.
don't believe the bubble cause it's nothing but a dream,
and when it blows you'll be alone.
oh yeah"
  When I was a kid I used to love the Europop album by Eiffel 65, and honestly? I still do. Now even more so because I can hear them trying to tell their listeners that the system we're in is a mental prison with Living in a Bubble. You make your reality. The reality we have now, revolving around consumerism, social trends, and swallowing everything the news says is not the real world. As humans we've become a bit soft, relying on conveniences, pre packaged notions and faster and faster results. When this debt system collapses many people will hit the ground hard
4. Too Much of Heaven by Eiffel 65
"Let me tell you what it's all about
It's called money dependence today
And people just keep on going on
Looking at the dollar bill
And nothing else around them
No love, no friendship, nothing else
Just the dollar bill coming on into their pocket
Into their bank account
And that's too much of heaven
Bringing them underground
Let me tell you what it's all about
It's called money dependence today
And people just keep on going on
Looking at the dollar bill
And nothing else around them
No love, no friendship, nothing else
Just the dollar bill coming on into their pocket
Into their bank account"
I included this song from Europop as well because I have a deeper understanding of our currency now, and believe this song is meant to be more than a warning against greed to the average person. It's a message to the cabal that their private debt system is not meant to last. 
5. Nobody's Listening by Linkin Park
"But in the meantime there are those
Who wanna talk this and that
So I suppose
That it gets to a point where feelings gotta get hurt
And get dirty with the people spreading the dirt

It goes

[Mike Shinoda (Chester Bennington):]
(Try to give you warning
But everyone ignores me)
Told you everything loud and clear
(But nobody's listening)
(Call to you so clearly)
(But you don't want to hear me)
Told you everything loud and clear
(But nobody's listening)"
It would be remiss of me not to mention Linkin Park, and while I wanted to pick a few songs from them as well I decided to stick to Nobody's Listening. I strongly believe Chester Bennington had a genetic connection to John Podesta and knew far too much, which lead to his death. I'm sure he went through a very dark struggle, I'm sure and a lot of musicians like him felt like even if they tried to speak up people weren't listening or taking them seriously. 
6. Tom Sawyer by Rush 
"The world is, the world is
Love and life are deep
Maybe as his skies are wide

Today's Tom Sawyer
He gets high on you
And the space he invades
He gets by on you

No his mind is not for rent
To any god or government
Always hopeful, yet discontent
He knows changes aren't permanent
But change is"
Another classic I didn't used to fully understand, Tom Sawyer now hits me very differently. Rush is full of good philosophical quotes to help inspire spiritual awareness. Tom Sawyer strikes me as someone who lives in the moment, flexible to change, not allowing the outside world to affect him, and appreciating everything around him to the max. Not a bad way to live. 
7. Thetawaves by System of a Down
"The unsettled mind is at times an ally
Leaving the senses to fend for themselves
The senses collect undeniable data
Of beta-carotene and theta waves
The unsettled mind is at times an ally
Leaving the senses to fend for themselves
Then the senses wanted the sky

All rise, eyes bound
Time feels like a midnight ride
Finality waits outside
Weeping in perplexity's arms
Caressing our smiles inside

The national debt is at times an ally
Leaving the people to fend for themselves
The people collect undeniable data
About high pulse weapons and microwaves

The national debt is at times an ally
Leaving the people to fend for themselves
Then the people found out the lie"
There are a lot of songs by System of a Down I could use on this list, but they're a bit overplayed. People often use their music to express discontent with the government and politics, but I think their message goes deeper than that. When I looked up thetawaves, I realized they were talking about the state of mind and frequency where we are most affected as humans subconsciously. "Theta activity has a frequency of 3.5 to 7.5 Hz and is classed as “slow” activity. It is seen in connection with creativity, intuition, daydreaming, and fantasizing and is a repository for memories, emotions, sensations. Theta waves are strong during internal focus, meditation, prayer, and spiritual awareness." The cabal seek to hijack this activity and drive our spirituality a specific direction: to a one world religion. 
8. Death of the Journalist by Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
"People used to burn pages, show their in and outrages
These days the gage for rage is who gets flamed on comment pages
No claim is too outrageous for these constant news updates
Lines refined to save time, less complicators to sedate us

We ingest five lines or less stories through our sub consciousness
As times go by the Internet will kill the printed press
Where's the scroll bar on these ink drenched pages? I ain't turning this
Don't believe the hype machine, death of the Journalist

Don't believe the hype machine, death of the Journalist

Good Friday, April 18th, 1930
BBC radio news showed rare maturity
The news reporter said something that these days they wouldn't say
'Good evening, There is no news today' "
This song mostly speaks for itself, but I rediscovered it while shuffling through my music collection. Strange that I listened to so much truth without fully taking it in. The truth really is right there for us to take into account, but we have to be willing to see it. I didn't used to understand the media bias or know about Operation Mockingbird, but I certainly do now. 
9. Americana by The Offspring 
"My future's determined
By thieves, thugs, and vermin
It's quite an excursion
But it's okay
Everything's backwards
In Americana my way"
I never realized just what The Offspring meant here with this sarcastic anthem mocking the backwards reality of our country and the criminals running it. It's a lot easier to understand now. More commentary on how humanity is not meant to run the way it's been running for a few decades now. 
10. American Idiot by Green Day
"Don't wanna be an American idiot
Don't want a nation under the new mania
And can you hear the sound of hysteria?
The subliminal mind fuck America

Welcome to a new kind of tension
All across the alienation
Where everything isn't meant to be okay
Television dreams of tomorrow
We're not the ones who're meant to follow
For that's enough to argue"
  Yet another hit song I believe is misused all the time, American Idiot refers to the corrosion of our country from the inside out using propaganda through the tv. "Where everything isn't meant to be okay" because our emotions are being constantly triggered and fed upon by corporations looking to exploit us. It has nothing to do with being republican or democrat and everything to do with citizens vs. a corrupt government, period. I also believe that line references the fact that we are always at war, and so war is peace 1984 style. 
11. Last Living Souls by Gorillaz 
"What you say?
Cause all I was on
I got it down wrong
I see myself to get
And the Lord, seeing all now
Can you take us in
The part that comin' on
The coldest man doesn't see it's all"
I loved the Gorillaz growing up, 100%. There's always been something about this song that I believe is calling out and asking who has sold their soul and who hasn't. "The coldest man" could very well be a reference to The Devil, right after asking if the Lord, seeing all, can take us in. I don't doubt that there are those in the industry that know exactly what's going on in the battle for our souls. 
Speaking of...
12. The Light is Coming by Ariana Grande ft. Nicki Minaj
"The light is coming to give back everything the darkness stole
You wouldn't let anybody speak and instead—The light is coming to give back everything the darkness stole"
  Before I fully woke up last summer, I got really into Ariana Grande. I found her track on Sweetener The Light is Coming odd and ritualistic, and now I believe it's the prophecy of darkness turning to light. Both Nicki and Ariana are very likely victims in the industry, possibly involved or related to the dark cabal, and they would know what's coming. The voice clip saying "you wouldn't let anybody speak and instead" I believe is a cry for help from those who feel trapped by their contracts and handlers. Regardless, I find myself very suspicious of events around Ariana now, like the Manchester Concert bombing and the death of her ex boyfriend Mac Miller.  
13. Illuminati by Prodigy 
"Illuminati want my mind, soul and my body!
Secret society - tryna keep their eye on me.
But I'm a stay incogni' in - places they can't find me!
Make my moves strategically. (Uugh!)
  I discovered rapper Prodigy during my internet digs pretty recently. Since gangster rap has never really been my thing, I had no idea about this controversial artist who was telling it straight up to people for over ten years before his death in 2017. Hospitalized for sickle cell anemia, it is said he "choked to death on an egg" during treatment. 
14. Trying to Kill Me by Tom MacDonald
"Look, the Illuminati real
They're tryna make you dumb, tryna numb you out with pills
Tryna make you broke, tryna tell you it's a deal
Processin' your food so now none of it is real
You eatin' super good but you still be gettin' ill
You're workin' super hard but you still can't pay the bills
Silencin' the visionaries revisin' their dictionaries
Now you just can't find the right words to say and express how you feel
  Matt showed me this song when we first started talking and got on the topic of truth in music. The mention of the Illuminati in music is not new, but it's interesting to see who talks about it and how they talk about it. Controversial artists who aren't as A list as others are always the ones insisting that it's real and mention all the ways our society is corrupted. A list artists tend to mock it, deny it, or even embrace it. 
15. They Don't Care About Us by Michael Jackson 
"Skin head, dead head
Everybody gone bad
Situation, aggravation
Everybody allegation
In the suite, on the news
Everybody dog food
Bang bang, shot dead
Everybody's gone mad

All I wanna say is that
They don't really care about us
All I wanna say is that
They don't really care about us
  Possibly the king of controversy, I used to believe all of the negative things I read about Michael Jackson until I started going down every rabbit hole I could think of last year. After revisiting his life and considering the corruption within the industry, the abuse he likely experienced as a child, and the way he spoke before he died makes it much harder for me to believe he was truly guilty. I'm not so sure anymore. He certainly knew the ins and outs of that world, and the fact that the elites don't care about the people serving them. 
16. Illuminati by Lil Pump + Anuel AA
"I am a demon and I am a devil, 
I'm on the Billboards, I am a king
And I'm a millionaire and I'm untouchable, 
son of a bitch like Gucci Mane"  
This song is on the list purely for research purposes. It's blatantly satanic trash, the dark cabal on full display. Most of it is in spanish, so the included lyrics are an English translation. With empty violent lyrics and a repetitive hook (just "Illuminati" over and over again), there is no other explanation for this song being so publicly accessible other than a dark cult paying to make us hear it. Yikes. They don't even care anymore. 
17. Mr. Crowley by Ozzy Osborne
"Mr. Crowley, what went on in your head?
Oh, Mr. Crowley, did you talk to the dead?
Your life style to me seemed so tragic
With the thrill of it all
You fooled all the people with magic
Yeah, you waited on Satan's call
I felt I had to include this classic because of all the dark things Ozzy is famous for being into. He's not the only musician to reference Aleister Crowley, the famous occultist and "Wickedest man in the world." Crowley is featured on the cover of The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper, for starters. This crushed me more than a little because Crowley is clearly very satanic and has encouraged artists to seek power through his teachings. He's an important piece of the puzzle worth studying in occult history. 
18. Illuminati by Madonna 
"It's not Jay-Z and Beyoncé
It's not Nicki or Lil Wayne
It's not Oprah and Obama
The Pope and Rihanna
Queen Elizabeth or Kanye

It's not pentagrams or witchcraft
It's not triangles or stacks of cash
Black magic or Gaga
Gucci or Prada
Riding on the Golden Calf

The All-Seeing Eye is watching tonight
That's what it is
Truth and the Light
The All-Seeing Eye is watching tonight
Nothing to hide
The secret's inside"
  Madonna is another artist I strongly feel made a deal for fame and likely knows exactly what's really going on in our reality. She references every major name associated with the Illuminati, implying that something about it has been misunderstood. "Nothing to hide" because the truth is out there for people to find. Her song Illuminati happened to be on her 13th album in 2015, just before the era of conspiracy theorists exploded. The outdated star is looking rough these days, and I'm suspicious that her strange bathroom remix of Vogue was actually a plea for adrenochrome or some sort of supply that kept her feeling good. 
19. D'Evils by Jay-Z 
"It gets dangerous, money and power is changing us
And now we're lethal, infected with D'Evils...

Dear God, I wonder can you save me?
Illuminati want my mind, soul, and my body
  Back in 1996, Jay-Z was using Prodigy's words in his song about evil corrupting him. He seemed to know full well what was happening to him and he ran with it. He had public appearances with occultist Marina Ambramovic, sparking a controversy between them in which she claimed he didn't follow through with his word on supporting her. He says otherwise. There's a ton on Jay Z and Beyonce's complicated history in the spotlight as well as accusations of the two of them being involved in some very dark magic. 
Who knows? But I'm guessing the truth isn't far off. 
20. Illuminati by Fatboy Slim ft. Bootsy Collins
A secret society do exist"
This one is just a fun track, once featured on the Tomb Raider soundtrack. In the past, it's been easy for songs like this to exist insisting the illuminati is real since much of society has never taken the claim all that seriously. They have to tell us, and they do. All the time. They make it fun and show Angelina Jolie kicking ass to it. 
21. Be The One by Yelawolf
"Some think I'm Illuminati 'cause I'm a light in the dark
Lookin' for masonic symbols inside of my body art
That's hilarious Marshall, what the fuck you do to these folks?
Crazy motherfuckers tryin' to put me and you in the boat
With Royce da 5'9", Crooked I, Budden and Joell
But I'm on this ship and I don't give a shit, oh well
I see the storm, let the boat sail
And I'm on deck but the rain pourin' off my raincoat tails
They see God in me 'cause I know Hell
They see the criminal inside of me probably 'cause I broke jail
But my soul is not on wholesale"
I found this song in my research and it sparked my interest for multiple reasons. The song seems to be addressing a beef between him and Eminem (Marshall, Shady, arguably a dark cabal member and rumored clone) as well as implying he is in fact Illuminati, but perhaps not willingly. It's a bit unclear, and could be bitter sarcasm as well. 
22. Cause of Death by Immortal Technique
"My words'll expose George Bush and Bin Laden
As two separate parts of the same seven headed dragon
And you can't fathom the truth, so you don't hear me
You think illuminati's just a fucking conspiracy theory?"
  Also discovered during my research, I found another older rapper addressing the truth about our system. Here he references the inside job that was 9/11, and the fact that the truth is too difficult for some to swallow. Right after that line he says the Illuminati is why it seems as though conservative racists are running things and why the government is listening to all of us, all the time. 
  And some people still don't get it. 
23. The Face by Clutch 
"In the beginning
There was void
The face moved over
Then there was noise
Fire and water
Heaven and stone
Radio kings
Hammer and throne

Uncounted Les Pauls ascend to the sky
Where there was darkness now only light
Uncounted jazz masters rising up from the bottom of the sea
The wicked are levelled the righteous are free"
  I've always loved this song by Clutch and have a majority of their discography on my ipod, if not all of it. There was always something about this song that gave me goosebumps, and now I believe it's because this is their version of the prophecy, the one that talks about the creation of the universe, the fall of man, the rapture, and light prevailing over darkness. This prophecy is embedded in our culture all over the world. "Jazz masters" I believe refers to the creators, people of Atlantis, or enlightened ones making a come back to free the righteous people who deserve a better life. 
24. Vicarious by Tool
"Credulous at best, your desire to believe in angels in the hearts of men.
Pull your head on out your hippie haze and give a listen.
Shouldn't have to say it all again.

The universe is hostile, so impersonal.
Devour to survive.
So it is. So it's always been.

We all feed on tragedy.
It's like blood to a vampire.

Vicariously I live while the whole world dies.
Much better you than I. "
  Tool was another band I listened to growing up, which throws some people off because I was a little young for it. They introduced a lot of deep themes to me that were a bit over my head at times, but intrigued me nonetheless. Regardless of whether or not the band is dark cabal (very likely) I can't help but have respect for their music and what it showed me. Vicarious is definitely a commentary on the state of humanity and the darkness that infects it, along with our obsession with living life through television propaganda. 
25. Third Eye by Tool
"A child's rhyme stuck in my head.
It said that life is but a dream.
I've spent so many years in question
to find I've known this all along."
I wanted to add this song to polarize Vicarious. Third Eye is obviously about ones spiritual journey of the soul to remember what we're on Earth for in the first place, and remembering secret knowledge we have purposely forgotten. It includes a clip from Bill Hicks' routine, whom I'm very suspicious is Alex Jones before a rebrand. 
26. Know Your Enemy by Rage Against The Machine 
"Come on!
Yes, I know my enemies!
They're the teachers who taught me to fight me!
Compromise! Conformity! Assimilation! Submission!
Ignorance! Hypocrisy! Brutality! The elite!
All of which are American dreams!"
Who can talk about exposing the system and rebelling without mentioning Rage Against The Machine? Another band included in my ipod playlist, Rage is yet another heavily played band when it comes to politics that I think is slightly misused. When people don't understand the full truth, they don't completely know who the enemy is. Rage reminds us that the real "American Dreams" are the elite's dreams of controlling us. 
27. Clown World by Tom MacDonald
"You worried 'bout leaving a better planet for our kids
How 'bout leaving better kids for our planet?
Entire generation offended at everything
Getting mad that a human thinks all lives matter
We don't need black or white or left or right
All we need is common sense, we need balance
We're all in the same boat, why you tryna make holes?
If they sink, we sink, this is madness"
  Stated perfectly in the very first verse, I love what Tom MacDonald has been doing lately calling out the hypocrisy of the fake woke "liberal" movement. I got so sick of it myself it's just nice to hear someone with a platform call it out. His message is refreshing and much needed, plus he's in a genre that reaches a lot of the youth which is important. 
28. Kill Each Other / Live Forever by Scars on Broadway 
"I am the one that's calling inside of
Your brain.
I am the one that makes you feel all the
Never mind my name
We don't want to believe that the world
Can still move on
We don't want to believe that the sun can
Still shine on

If we're gonna kill each other how we
Gonna live forever
If we're gonna live forever how we gonna
Kill each other"
 Scars on Broadway is basically a spin off of System of a Down, so it's no surprise they're spouting more truth in their songs. I believe this one is about the paradox that The Devil finds himself in. The dark system we're in now just isn't meant to last. It never was. Eventually it will collapse, and that collapse is happening now. It seems slow to us in real time, but things are changing fast in the big picture.  
29. Staring at the Sun by The Offspring
"Though you hear me
I don't think that you relate
My will is something
That you can't confiscate
So forgive me, but I won't be frustrated
By destruction in your eyes
As you're staring at the sun
As you're staring at the sun"
  There's something about this song by The Offspring that makes me feel like they are talking to the ones in the industry who are on a destructive path. Based on Americana we know they understand our backwards society and the ones running it. Staring at the Sun seems to be a step up to these people in charge, and an anthem to let them know that ultimately they cannot destroy our will. Could it also be a reference to the worship of the sun god, as in the Babylonian Mystery religion? 
30. Indigo Children by Puscifer
"Sirius, Venus and the lunar child (Let your light open wide)
Giggle and the flames grow higher
Dance in a circle around a central fire (Dance and laugh and love a central fire)
The indigo children

Wine, song, food and fire (Wine, song, food and fire)
Clothes, shelter and seed
No more need for the old empire (Fare thee well to the empire)
The indigo children"
  A side project of the lead singer of Tool, Puscifer is another one of my favorite bands. Their song Indigo Children has always felt powerful to me, like another prophecy. Clearly it references planetary alignment and the collapse of an empire as we're beginning to see now. Is this the time of the Indigo Children
31. I Shot Ya (Remix) by LL Cool J ft. Fat Joe, Prodigy etc 
"Illuminati want my mind, soul, and my body
Secret society, tryin to keep they eye on me
But I'm stay incogni', in places they can't find me
Make my moves strategically, the G.O.D.
It's sorta similar but iller than a chess player
I use my thinker, it coincides with my blinker
While you wondered what we sayin on the records real"
  Again for research purposes I took a look at the lyrics of this song mostly because I saw the already mentioned Prodigy had a verse, only to find it seems to be the one Jay Z took a clip from for D'Evils.  
32. They Don't Give a Fuck About Us by 2Pac ft. Outlawz 
"When these devils try to plot, trap our young black seeds
Look it, cops are just as crooked as the niggas they chasin'
Lookin' for role models, our father figures is basers
Some say they expect Illuminati take my body to sleep
Niggas at the party with they shotties just as rowdy as me
Before I fear computer chips, I gotta deal with brothers flippin'
I don't see no devils bleedin', only black blood drippin'
We can change; what your mouth say?
I'm watchin' niggas work their lives out without pay
Whatever it takes to switch places with the busters on top
I'm bustin' shots, make the world stop
They don't give a fuck about us"
  I found this verse by 2Pac in my research as well and it's no surprise, since so many theories surround his death. There is in fact strong evidence to suggest the shooting was staged and 2Pac fled to Cuba to avoid the evil cabal, but we may never know. Here I can tell he's referencing black-on-black crime being a bigger problem than the community will admit, and the ones above us don't care as they hope communities will tear themselves apart while they pretend to care about racism. 2Pac would be calling out the fake wokes of today, that I'm sure of. He might even get himself "canceled." 
33. Wake Up by Judith Rose ft. Harry Mars
"You emote to manipulate
And you kill just to stimulate
Always filling up your plate you spin a web
shift the blame and you complicate
Underground where you desecrate
Hide the truth can't triangulate
Can't stop take it all have a ball watch you fall
While you write your own fate"
  I couldn't help but humbly add my own song to the list, as I wrote it when I was just starting to understand the dark cabal. I wanted to spread the message and get people interested in discovering the truth. This darkness isn't meant to last. I believe I'm here as a messenger, and while my music had to take a backseat while I sort out my life, I haven't given up on it. I'll never forget how great it felt to make something uplifting that encourages people to wake up to all of this. I'm one of many. 
  I hope to get back to creating soon, when things have settled a bit more for me. More changes are coming and I've decided to talk less and do more. Since the drama I found myself in on social media, I decided to take a break from it all for the sake of my ego. Reducing the noise has been really beneficial to me. It's definitely not forever, but I find myself at a point in my spiritual journey that requires me to really narrow my focus.  
  Please share this list if you find it interesting, and thank you so much for reading! It means a lot to me that people care what I'm up to. I'm currently finishing reading "Rise of the New World Order: The Culling of Man" by J. Micha-el Thomas Hays and have a book on the Illuminati as well as the CIA on my reading list. 
  The truth is out there! Love and light to you all. 
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14 days
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1 subscriber
67 posts


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Realistically with my shop, music and donations I have adjusted my goal to be less than the previous one. Just looking to get by and pay my bills! I'm making content every day, even if it isn't here!

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