Celebrities mostly exist within a burble of their possess luminary and fortune, with vicious meditative and normal values rather discretionary in terms of staying in a media spotlight. Much has been pronounced about a change of Scientology and Kabbalah in Hollywood, and many swindling theorists explain that there is demon ceremony and Illuminati change via a celebration industry. But those are usually a tip of a iceberg when it comes to a baffling beliefs of some luminary figures.
10 Kanye West And AIDS
No one can contend rapper Kanye West lacks self-respect or is demure to justice controversy, yet surprisingly, his views on a AIDS widespread are not widely known. During a 2005 Live 8 unison debate to lift recognition for AIDS, Kanye repelled a throng by announcing that AIDS was a “man-made disease . . . placed in Africa usually like impulse was placed in a black village to mangle adult a Black Panthers.”
These views were also reflected in a lyrics of his singular “Heard ‘Em Say”:
Before we ask me to get a pursuit today,
Can we during slightest get a lift on a smallest wage?
And we know a supervision administered AIDS,
So we theory we usually urge like a apportion say,
Allah o Akbar and chuck em some prohibited cars,
Things we see on a shade are not ours.
He reinforced those views when receiving a Million Man Mar Image Award after that year:
I brought adult in a strain about [how] a supervision administers AIDS. we consider a figure we schooled during Live 8 was that there was over 6,000 people in Africa failing any day from AIDS. [ . . . ] There’s a people that are clever people, a people that are warriors, in sequence to get to their resources you’ve got to break them. What else has a strongest people we know in some-more of a fetal position than a AIDS epidemic? [ . . . ] The best medicine goes to people that’s paid. [ . . . ] Magic Johnson got a heal for AIDS and all a pennyless mothers upheld away. So that means a heal for AIDS. So who has a cure? Maybe a same people that discharge it that wish to get to a diamonds.
9 Many Celebrities And 9/11 Trutherism
Given a lane annals of loony function for some celebrities—such as Charlie Sheen, Willie Nelson, and Mos Def—it’s not extraordinary that they trust 9/11 was a hoax or an inside job. But it is extraordinary usually how many customarily levelheaded celebrities belong to a idea that George W. Bush murdered thousands of Americans to clear fight in a Middle East.
As quoted on pajiba.com, Woody Harrelson finished chronological allusions:
I am reading a book now called The New Pearl Harbor by David Ray Griffin. I’ve been stranded in a position of ignoring my gut—knowing things don’t smoke-stack up. Even yet a supervision apparently took advantage of 9/11 by creation it their “Reichstag,” we told myself, “Surely they weren’t involved.” After reading this book we can’t doubt that a supervision was during slightest complicit in permitting 9/11 to happen. Get a duplicate and pass it to all your friends, a justification is irrefutable.
Harrelson was set to seem alongside Martin Sheen, another truther, in a documentary on a 9/11 attacks entitled September Morn. According to truther websites, a film understanding collapsed over casting and book disputes.
As shown in a video above, Mark Ruffalo wants to see some-more inquiries into a fatal events:
I saw a approach [all 3 buildings] came down and I’m baffled. My initial greeting was that buildings don’t tumble down like that. You know, I’ve finished utterly a bit of my possess research. [ . . . ] The fact that a 9/11 review went from a impulse a planes strike to a impulse that a buildings fell, and zero before and zero after, we think, creates that review totally illegitimate. You know, if you’re going to do a crime investigation, we have to find motive. [ . . . ] We didn’t follow that. It was quick pushed away, obviously. There was no justification during a biggest crime scene. [ . . . ] None of us know what happened yet I’m totally and totally behind reopening that [investigation]. Where is a money? Follow a money, guys!
He hasn’t been demure to give his views on a matter to any interviewer peaceful to ask him about it. Meanwhile, actor Janeane Garofalo is even blunter in her quote on pajiba.com:
9/11 was an inside job! we have come to this end about that. [ . . . ] we consider all Air America phone-in callers should open by saying, “9/11 was an inside job. We can all determine on that,” afterwards get on with their specific doubt or comment. We should re-condition a listening assembly to accept a Truth about 9/11 as a gospel.
8 Prince And Chemtrails
On PBS in 2009, Prince gave a singular pronounce to pronounce about misunderstood lyrics from his songs. In a video above, he was asked by a interviewer about a strain “Dreamer,” that has a following lyrics:
Praying that a troops sirens
Pass we by during night?
While a helicopter circles
And a theory’s removing deep
Think they’re spraying chemicals over a city
While we sleep?
From now on I’m staying awake
So we can call me a romantic to
Wake adult arise up.
Then Prince talked about what desirous him to write a song—words from black romantic Dick Gregory during a annual State of a Black Union:
He pronounced something that unequivocally strike home about this phenomena of chem trails and when we was a kid, we used to see these trails in a sky all a time and I’d say, “Oh, that’s cool—a jet usually went over.” And afterwards we started to see a whole garland of them and a subsequent thing we know, everybody in your area was fighting and arguing and we didn’t know why, okay? And we unequivocally didn’t know why. we mean, everybody was fighting.
Then Prince continued articulate in a somewhat opposite vein: “We’re all indentured servants. When we found out there were 8 presidents before George Washington, we wanted to pound somebody. we wanted to know since we was taught otherwise.” On then–newly inaugurated President Barack Obama, he said: “President Obama is a unequivocally intelligent sold and he seems like he means well. Prophecy is what we all have to go by now.”
7 Dan Aykroyd And UFOs
Dan Aykroyd, a star of Ghostbusters, is now a “Hollywood consultant” for Mutual UFO Network. He has shown sold seductiveness in a famous abduction of Betty and Barney Hill as good as a Tinley Park UFO sightings in Illinois. During an pronounce on ABC6 in Providence, Rhode Island, Aykroyd explained:
This is where a vast black triangles park over people’s barbecues for about 10 mins and let them take pictures, and afterwards they pierce on unequivocally solemnly opposite a suburbs. Thousands of people saw these in Tinley Park, Illinois, over a final dual years starting in ’05 to ’07. When we get that many people saying a same thing, and it’s not Venus, it’s not a helicopter, it’s not a plane, it’s not a crescent moon, it’s not a duration bolide, what is it? Well, it’s unknown. Until they come and shake my hand, we unequivocally can’t tell you. But it’s interesting during a unequivocally least.
Aykroyd has also suggested his possess sighting of dual UFOs, that he estimated to be drifting during 30,000 meters (100,000 ft) beyond and 32,000 kilometers per hour (20,000 mph) over Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts. He also claims to have seen dual some-more UFOs earlier, that he described on The HuffPost Show as “definitely aerial constructs of some kind. One of them with a light, and one of them lifeless gray, and they were structures—one of them going unequivocally slow, one of them hovering over me.”
The actor believes that there are substantially mixed visitor class profitable unchanging visits to Earth, yet while a US Air Force is intensely interested, they exclude to acknowledge a law about UFOs. As for since they’re entrance to Earth, Aykroyd told The Independent that it is formed on a art and culture: “This is a universe that constructed Picasso, a atom bomb, penicillin. [ . . . ] [The aliens] didn’t paint like Renoir, they don’t dance like Mick Jagger.” In a 2005 documentary Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs, a actor discussed his beliefs and practice in fact with UFOlogist David Serada.
6 Fran Drescher And Alien Abduction
The Nanny star Fran Drescher is assured that she was abducted by aliens. In fact, she explains in an pronounce on The Huffington Post that she met her then-husband Peter Marc Jacobson since of aliens:
You know, it’s humorous since Peter (Fran’s ex-husband) and we both saw [aliens] before we knew any other, doing a same thing, pushing on a highway with a dads. We were both in youth high. A few years later, we met, and we satisfied that we had a same experience. we consider that somehow we were automatic to meet. We both have this scar. It’s a accurate same injure on a accurate same spot.
Her father was reduction convinced, desiring that her injure was some-more expected from an collision with a cavalcade bit or from blazing herself with prohibited coffee. But she was unrelenting when articulate to HuffPost: “I pronounced to him, that’s what a aliens automatic us to think. But really, that’s where a chip is.”
Drescher isn’t a usually luminary with visitor abduction claims. Rocker Sammy Hagar pronounced in a 2011 MTV interview:
It was real. [Aliens] were plugged into me. It was a download situation. This was prolonged before computers or any kind of wireless. There weren’t even wireless telephones. Looking behind now, it was like, “F—k, they downloaded something into me!” Or they uploaded something from my brain, like an experiment. “See what this man knows.” [ . . . ] Another thing happened when we was about 4 that we didn’t put into a book. One time we saw what we deliberate to be, well, during a time we suspicion it was a automobile with no wheels. We lived out in a nation and we saw this thing floating opposite a field, formulating this vast dirt storm. we threw rocks during it and s—t. And we don’t know what happened after that.
5 Ke$ha’s Vaginal Exorcism
Singer-songwriter Ke$ha is pronounced to have a series of peculiar beliefs. But it’s mostly tough to pointer accurately how most she believes them as she will also fun about being a personality of a Illuminati and being means to pronounce “Dinosaur.” However, she has been pretty unchanging with her faith in ghosts and a supernatural.
In a 2012 pronounce with Ryan Seacrest, she certified to carrying had sex with a spook (though she never found out his name) and to going on unchanging suggestion journeys. “I went on a suggestion tour by myself. No confidence guard. No managers. we usually went around a universe and lived on a boat. [ . . . ] we was in Africa rehabilitating baby lions. we went diving with good white sharks, and usually went on this crazy suggestion quest.”
The following year, Ke$ha claimed to both Jimmy Kimmel and Rolling Stone that a passionate dry spell was caused by a spook inhabiting her vagina. Her hypnotherapist allegedly told her that she had been targeted since she exudes light and energy, causing passed entities to adhere to her. Fortunately, she was means to lane a spook to her vagina regulating a “ghost meter.”
Her vaginal infestation was eventually privileged out by an exorcism, that she described in an pronounce with Rolling Stone:
There’s a lot of screaming and grabbing energies and [my healer] was articulate in tongues. She was vocalization Latin or something, I’m not unequivocally sure. It was really another language, and she was creation all sorts of crazy noises. At one indicate she started choking. [ . . . ] Like she couldn’t breathe. It was super intense. we know we don’t trust me. [ . . . ] I’m not 100% certain it was usually in my vagina. [ . . . ] It was like . . . in my body, we know? So since not assume it’s in my vagina since that’s funnier.
4 Naomi Wolf’s Facebook Paranoia
Naomi Wolf, former Democratic domestic consultant and author of The Beauty Myth, has come underneath augmenting glow over a final few years for her confluence to furious swindling theories. In 2010, she lifted eyebrows in feminist circles with her response to a rape accusations opposite Julian Assange, owner and editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks. She claimed that Assange had been set adult by women operative for a CIA and that they had used feminist tongue to connect his name.
Many feminist writers were uneasy that Wolf would be so discerning to flout a women’s claims and disagree opposite their anonymity, generally when a critical allegations of passionate molestation, wrong coercion, and rape had not been addressed by courts since Assange had refused to go to Sweden to mount trial.
In 2014, things got foreigner when Wolf pragmatic in Facebook posts that dual Americans and dual Britons beheaded by ISIS were paid actors. She seemed to doubt either ISIS and all associated to it was finished adult by a US government. She also posted that she was “very contemptible to news that Obama has put together a bloc of 9 moneygrubbing War Inc oligarchs, sorry, associated nations, to hunt ISIS formulating stratagem for all kinds of metanational complicated respirating mayhem.”
Furthermore, she claimed that Edward Snowden was substantially a supervision plant as he was “too well-spoken,” that a Scottish autonomy referendum had been fraudulent by a British government, and that American infantry had usually been sent to West Africa during a Ebola widespread to pierce a illness behind to a United States to clear a troops takeover.
Wolf challenged her characterization as a “conspiracy theorist,” posting on Facebook that “people who assume a widespread account MUST BE TRUE and a widespread reasons MUST BE REAL are not gifted in how that universe works.”
Sarah Ditum wrote in a New Statesman that Wolf’s decrease into paranoid meditative doesn’t detract from a appetite of her prior work on a change of a patriarchy on society. Ditum explained, “Naomi Wolf is not a feminist who became [a] swindling theorist—she’s a conspiracist who was once right.”
3 Ariana Grande’s Demonic Encounter
After fielding a series of dumb questions in a 2013 pronounce with Complex Magazine, thespian Ariana Grande told her somewhat pompous interviewer of her knowledge with a spook or demon. Grande described a outing to Stull Cemetery in Kansas, presumably one of a 7 gates to ruin on Earth over that a Pope refuses to fly:
I felt this sick, strenuous feeling of negativity over a whole automobile and we smelled sulfur, that is a pointer of a demon, and there was a fly in a automobile randomly, that is another pointer of a demon. we was like, “This is scary, let’s leave.” we rolled down a window before we left and said, “We apologize. We didn’t meant to interrupt your peace.” Then we took a design and there are 3 super graphic faces in a picture—they’re faces of text demons.
When she attempted to send a print to her manager, it came out as 666 megabytes and could not be sent. She after deleted a design since she allegedly began to hear shrill rumbles and whispers and see red shapes when she sealed her eyes during night. When she perceived a visitation from a large, black blob, she told a Complex interviewer that she called a crony in panic:
It was like a cloud of something black right subsequent to me. we started crying. we was on a phone like, “What do we do, what do we do?” and they said, “Tell it to eff off.” we thought, I’m not going to do that. It’s going to dissapoint it, so I’m usually going to chill and not feed into it since all it wants is fear. It feeds on fear. we watched it pierce to a front of my bed and afterwards we fell defunct on a phone. we woke adult and it was gone.
Her interviewer afterwards segued uniformly into a contention of her lick with Mac Miller in a video for a strain “My Way” and either or not his exhale had been bad.
2 Charlie Sheen’s Cryptid Expeditions
A lot has been pronounced about Charlie Sheen’s decrease into rebellious insanity, yet one of his strangest topics was his apparent mania with cryptids. In 2013, he announced an speed to Scotland in hunt of a puzzling Loch Ness savage with a twitter featuring a print of himself wearing an antique bronze conflict helmet. Hotel manager Willie Cameron reported receiving a phone call from an American seeking for a “an old-style wooden rowing boat, a normal Tilley lamp, a vessel hook, a thick chain . . . and a leg of lamb.”
Sheen apparently hoped to ambuscade “Nessie” with a devise desirous by a stage from a film Jaws. He finished adult carrying to buy a wooden vessel for £2,500. Then he spent an dusk on a loch with dual buddies and a bottle of whiskey. While a leg of lamb disappeared, there was no pointer of a Loch Ness monster. More critical Nessie hunters blamed Sheen for scaring divided a reserved lake savage with his antics.
Later that year, Sheen went to Alaska to hunt for a puzzling Kushtaka of Tlinglit legend—a half-man, half-otter contriver suggestion that presumably inhabits southeastern Alaska and lures fishermen with sounds that seem like whistles and a baby’s cries.
In a TMZ interview, Sheen said, “It lures one divided from a campsite with a mimicked sounds of a great baby, afterwards kills you, takes on your form, and earnings to a stage for some-more suckers or prey.” After drifting with a organisation of friends to Sitka, Alaska, to hunt for a beast, a organisation unsuccessful to event opposite it. Sheen racked that adult to his possess intimidating demeanor: “It apparently knew a organisation was distant too learned to be snowed in this conform so it stayed dark like a sissy.”
1 Jaden And Willow Smith And The Orgonite Society
Actor Will Smith’s loopy son Jaden is obvious for his weird tweets, such as a baffling “How Can Mirrors Be Real If Our Eyes Aren’t Real,” a paranoid “There Is No Nutrients In Our Food Anymore Or In Our Soil OR IN OUR WATER,” and a meaningful “The Head Of The Sphinx Will Fall Off In The Near Future.” In an pronounce with T: The New York Times Style Magazine, his sister, Willow, also pronounced some weird things, even claiming to control time: “I mean, time for me, we can make it go delayed or fast, however we please. That’s how we know it doesn’t exist.”
In 2014, it became apparent that a siblings and Jaden’s then-girlfriend Kylie Jenner had set adult a mini-cult for themselves (called a “Orgonite Society”) to “distribute vibe-cleansing pyramids, hockey pucks, and rectangles in sequence to ‘Balance Gaia’s Energies.’ ” Willow posted a series of cinema of their orgonite party, where she used muffin trays to make orgonite pyramids.
According to believers, a orgonite pyramids spin certain orgone into disastrous orgone, and they repel demons and aliens. Derived from a word “orgasm,” a tenure “orgone” was coined by William Reich in a 1930s to report concept vast energy. Practitioners place or bury orgonite pyramids nearby sites of ostensible disastrous energy, like dungeon phone towers and appetite plants. The pyramids are also pronounced to assistance clear penetrating powers.
Willow Smith has also been related to a works of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, also famous as “Osho,” who ran a sex cult in Oregon in a 1980s that committed acts of bioterrorism, bootleg wiretapping, and immigration fraud.
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