While 2016 has been an unbelievable period of loss, for the metal world, things started off just a few days before, with the tragic passing of Motorhead frontman Lemmy on December 28th from an aggressive form of cancer. Of if you’re an illuminati watcher, you know that he’s still alive, having signed a blood sacrifice pact in exchange for fame and fortune. This might sound like an insane conspiracy theory – no wait, it actually really sounds like an insane conspiracy theory. Here’s what UK tabloid the Daily Star exclusively reveals via the illuminati watcher:
“Lemmy signed up for the ultimate pact…where he signed his soul over 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. I’m just saying that the game…is rigged and you have to sign over in order to get the access to the high profile celebrity status. They die but they don’t really die. They actually make it and ascend into the heavenly realm.”
Motörhead’s most famous track, Ace of Spades, performed in the Hollywood Vampires tribute, is also believed to be a veiled reference to the ‘pact’. The lyrics include: ‘Playing for the high one, dancing with the devil, going with the flow, it’s all a game to me.’The Illuminati watcher revealed: “These lyrics suggest that Lemmy is saying, ‘look I signed a deal with the devil, I’m just going with the flow trying to get into this music game’. So now we’re seeing this high profile ritual at the Grammys where they’re saying he has moved on. He has fulfilled the contract.”
Not convinced? Neither are we! But there’s more, especially if you’re into numerology and the number four:
The hard-living hell raiser – credited for being one of the cornerstones of heavy metal – died on December 28, four days after his 70th birthday. Spookily the gravelly-voiced bassist is also reported to have taken his final breath at 4pm. Meanwhile Motörhead’s final studio album, Bad Magic, was released on August 28, 2015 – exactly four months before he died. And the cover features four Xs – although this is thought to be Roman numerals referring to the band’s 40th anniversary.
Listen, we wish Lemmy was still alive. But if he was, he wouldn’t ascend to the heavens where he was alive, he’d be at the Rainbow playing video poker and sipping on a Jack and Coke.