Billie Eilish is currently the most popular and influential pop star in the world. If you’re asking yourself “Billie who?”, then you’re probably not a 14-year-old girl. Because nearly all 14-year-old girls know about Billie Eilish. Indeed, she’s the current teen idol that’s pictured on the cover of all teen magazines, plastered all over social media and discussed on all gossip sites. Undeniable proof of Eilish’s popularity can be found on YouTube as her video all the good girls go to hell amassed over 13 million views and 140,000 comments in less than 24 hours. Billie Eilish is also earning great praise in the music industry as she is deemed the “future of pop” by several prominent figures.
While Billie’s fans love the singer’s unique style and persona, there is definitely nothing unique about the themes and the symbolism found in her videos. In my article The Disturbing Meaning of Billie Eilish’s “bury a friend”, I explained how Billie Eilish’s entire act is based on the concepts of trauma-based mind control and pseudo-satanism – themes that can be found in countless other music videos released by countless other pop stars.
In bury a friend, Billie is abused and drugged by unseen people (mind control handlers). She then shows signs of being possessed by a demon as she sings the words:
For the debt I owe, gotta sell my soul
‘Cause I can’t say no, no, I can’t say no
Then my limbs all froze and my eyes won’t close
And I can’t say no, I can’t say no
Following bury a friend, Eilish released bad guy, a colorful and humorous video, custom-made to please young viewers. The song became a massive hit that quickly topped the charts and made Billie Eilish a household name.
Then all the good girls go to hell was released … and it was not colorful nor humorous. The video picks up where bury a friend left off as it features Billie’s “mind-controlled-and-demon-possessed” alter persona singing from the perspective of Lucifer to the youth.
all the good girls go the hell
The marketing surrounding all the good girls go to hell claims that the song is about global warming. The description of the YouTube video contains this “note from Billie”:
A note from Billie: right now there are millions of people all over the world begging our leaders to pay attention. our earth is warming up at an unprecedented rate, icecaps are melting, our oceans are rising, our wildlife is being poisoned and our forests are burning. on september 23rd, the UN will host the 2019 Climate Action Summit to discuss how to tackle these issues. the clock is ticking. on friday september 20th and friday september 27th you can make your voice be heard. take it to the streets. #climatestrike
Most media sources also followed suit and praised the song’s environmental message. However, as is often the case in mass media, the main message of the video is completely ignored. Indeed, one cannot watch the video without noticing the heavy-handed satanic undertones of the entire thing. While the song and the video do contain references to global warming, all the good girls go to hell is mainly an occult elite manifesto, where Billie plays the role of Lucifer himself.
The video begins with a scene from bury a friend which indicates that all the good girls go to hell is the sequel.
In bury a friend, the injections caused Billie to become demon-possessed (or something of the sorts). In all the good girls go to hell, things are taken to another level.
Billie Eilish is a “fallen angel” – the nickname of Lucifer. The scene above appears to be inspired by the classic artwork The Fall of Satan by Gustave Dore.
The intro of the video provides the context needed to understand the rest of it. Billie is drugged by unseen people and ends up under the control of Lucifer. The first words of the song confirm this fact.
My Lucifer is lonely
This enigmatic line refers to the classic image of an angel and a devil on a person’s shoulder.
By singing “My Lucifer is lonely”, Billie indicates that there is no angel on her shoulder. Therefore, she is fully controlled by the devil. In the video, Billie’s eyes reflect this state of control.
The lyrics of the song come from the perspective of Lucifer singing through Billie. The first verse denigrates the concept of heaven, where good people are rewarded with eternal life.
Standing there, killing time
Can’t commit to anything but a crime
Peter’s on vacation, an open invitation
Pearly Gates look more like a picket fence
Once you get inside ’em
Got friends but can’t invite them
The verse refers to Saint Peter who is said to be the guardian of heaven at the Pearly Gates. Those who are rejected are sent to hell. Billie sings that Peter (minus the “Saint” prefix to emphasize a lack of respect) is “on vacation”, meaning that the gateway to heaven is not guarded and that anybody can rush in.
However, in the next lines, Billie compares the Pearly Gates to a picket fence which is often associated with the boring domestic life of suburban America. She adds that she cannot invite her friends in heaven because, apparently, they’re bound to hell. What kind of friends does she have? Oh right, people in showbusiness.
While Billie disses heaven, hell is … on Earth.
The pre-chorus emphasizes this concept:
Hills burn in California
My turn to ignore ya
Don’t say I didn’t warn ya
The line “Hills burns in California” is said to be a reference to the California wildfires which are blamed on global warming. Billie (aka Lucifer) sings that she won’t do anything about it. She’s actually glad this is happening. On a biblical level, the pre-chorus refers to Earth becoming hell. And she’s actually glad this is happening.
The chorus points at the powerlessness of God faced to what is happening on Earth.
All the good girls go to Hell
‘Cause even God herself has enemies
And once the water starts to rise
And Heaven’s out of sight
She’ll want the Devil on her team
In the song, God is referred to as female. The same concept was also exploited on Ariana Grande’s God is Woman. It is a reversal of the traditional title “Heavenly Father” given to God.
Facing the threat of “water rising” on Earth (due to global warming), God is portrayed as helpless. “She” even asks the devil for help. In the second verse, Lucifer rejects pleas from God to help humanity.
Look at you needing me
You know I’m not your friend without some greenery
Walk in wearin’ fetters
Peter should know better
Your cover up is caving in
Man is such a fool, why are we saving him?
Poisoning themselves now
Begging for our help, wow
In this verse, Lucifer shows utter contempt for humanity and is happy to see it destroy itself. Do you know who else is happy to see humanity destroy itself? The occult elite – those who control Billie – those who “sing” through her. They would love to see a massive depopulation of humanity.
After watching Earth turn into hell, the song ends with these ominous words:
My Lucifer is lonely
There’s nothing left to save now
My god is gonna owe me
There’s nothing left to save now
To sum up, Billie Eilish is drugged by those who control her. She turns into her black-eyed, demonic persona and grows the wings of Lucifer. She descends to Earth and, as fire spreads around her, she denigrates humanity and laughs at the powerlessness of God.
all the good girls go to hell is a message from the occult elite to the masses: We enjoy seeing you become corrupt and die. The same feelings of hatred against humanity can be found in songs by other stars such as Poppy and Madonna (both of them also love pseudo-satanic symbolism).
In all the good girls go to hell, the messenger is a mind-controlled, devil-possessed pop star who is used to push the elite’s agendas, including: The normalization of satanism, the desecration of Christianity and the using of global warming panic to cause fear and hatred against humanity.
Controlled by Lucifer (the favorite biblical figure of the occult elite), Billie sings to her legions of young fans that it is cool to be evil because “good girls go to hell”.
In short, all the good girls go to hell is less about the destruction of the planet … and more about the destruction of the soul.
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