The Truth About the (Music) ‘Industry’ Expounded in The Prodigal Band Trilogy (Part Four)—Mind Control

Sorry for the delay in posting! This continues the posts from The Prodigal Band Trilogy regarding how the music industry operates. The mind control I refer to here is not MK-Ultra type or magic-trance type operations, but spiritual, using crystals and rituals combined with ‘prayers’ to spiritual entities; in most cases, evil ones.

However, the first snippet post is part of a song given by good spiritual entities (the angels called the Tooters) to an early 80s rock band singer, Cobey McLeod, that would later serve as an example to the prodigal band, Sound Unltd. The song is called “The Legend of the Prophesied Band,” has a ‘surf music staccato,’ and is featured in Chapter One of The Prophesied Band. This snippet contains part of a verse of the song the ‘prophesies’ the band in question partaking in evil, which it would of course:

Then, the surfer-riffs clashed with metallic onslaught. McLeod’s voice spoke of deals made with the ungodly and lives of pleasure wasted.

And they will dance with Satan,

And they will be filled with lust.

Their minds won’t be their own.

They’ll be the tools of the unjust.

But, like the Prodigal Son, they will come home to live in the ways of The Creator. And the young will follow them.

I emphasize here the final two lines, “Their minds won’t be their own, they’ll be the tools of the unjust,” the evil satanic character Corion and his minions.

This next and final snippet post is another snippet from the copyright © 2018 original The Prodigal Band, Chapter Two. Rodney Davis is a handler of sorts with former Mafia connections; Mike D’Arcy is the producer of the album mentioned, Powerhouse, and is mentoring guitarist Mick to become a producer later. The ‘order’ referred to is part of a secret society ‘of the gods,’ called Andelusia. (Note: not Andalusia, which is part of Spain). Andelusia is mentioned also in Chapter Seven of The Prophesied Band and has connections to the evil Swami Negran’s Church of the Circle of Unity. Also mentioned is jimsonweed, a poisonous plant that grows wild in the southwest US, known as Datura and also nicknamed ‘Devil’s Weed,’ for it can cause hallucinations through ingestion, but only in small amounts. A passed-on neighbor of mine nearly died from eating too much of it; his new wife from Asia did not realize this was a poisonous plant, and neither did he! As for ‘master disc’ rituals, former head of Zodiac Productions, John Todd, has done several videos on this topic and how it was used by several famous rock bands in the 60s and 70s, and is likely still used today. Todd, as well as others in the industry, repented of this and later claimed Christ as Savior. One of those others who repented will be linked to at the end of this post; his name is Altiyan Childs, an Aussie rock star who won a contest called X-Factor (similar to American Idol), and he made a five-hour video on the evil and secret societies that rule the industry. I do not agree with everything he says but it is still worth watching and is now going viral. Hopefully, the video will still be up on YouTube. Here is the snippet.

In the basement of Atlantis Media, UK division


“So, you boys are sure you want to do this, right?”

Rodney Davis stood at the head of an altar-like rock structure encased within a pentagram on the floor of the basement ‘temple’ room where digital master discs were placed in ‘prayer’ to the music ‘gods’ for sales success. And for success of the ‘master’s’ agenda to debauch the musicians as well as the album-buying youth.

Mike D’Arcy, a secret Hellian, added, “Because you’ve never agreed to do this before. But I’m sure that you boys know by now that participating in this ritual will seal Powerhouse’s fate. Our prayer in which you will all take part— all you have to do is repeat after Rod.”

But before any of the five could question this procedure, Davis cut in. “And to kill two birds with one stone, right? All five of you can sit cross-legged on the altar facing the master disc, so that way, we can all pray for your success as well as for success of your disc.”

“But—” Several in the group called out, sensing a demonic ritual coming on. For it was well-known throughout the music industry that many master discs were often ‘prayed over’ through occultist rituals before the masters were used to burn record copies for sale.

“Look, mates,” Mick immediately got his band’s attention, “like I’ve told you before, doing these rituals will assure our huge success. And if any of you,”— looked at Tom—“think this is some kinda Satanic thing, no way, eh? All we doing is praying to the gods of music. Like all the other great rock bands do. All that ‘sell souls to the devil’ shit is just that— shit. Like there really is no actual devil, okay?” Even if there is.

“Exactly,” D’Arcy cut in before Tom or anyone else could respond. “First of all, Satan or whatever you want to call the devil cannot create music, so there is no way Satan or the devil will have anything to do with influencing your music—”

“But,” Jack butted in, “isn’t the devil Lucifer, and wasn’t Lucifer a musician in Heaven, like he played a harp or something?”

“Right, but while Lucifer played the harp, he never created music for the harp.” Davis knew this because Satanists were always encouraged to learn some of what was in the Bible concerning Satan so that they could challenge what Bible-believers claimed. “So no way will Lucifer influence your master in order to carry out some so-called Satanic agenda.” Laugh.

“Exactly,” Pordengreau continued, “and no way will any devil or whatever influence us as a band or as individuals. We praying to the gods, eh? We— like you did, eh Jack, before we left Walltown— are praying for success, for us and for Powerhouse. Only now we all doing it. That way, our prayer is more likely to be answered.”

“Right, eh, so let’s do this, like, now,” Erik fumed as he moved to sit on top of the altar, “‘cos didn’t we agree that we’d do whatever it took to make it big and get Keith back? So, like, what we waiting for, eh? Let’s do this and be done with it!”

The others joined him, with Bry muttering under his breath, “I knew we’d have to do this kinda shit.”

And, after the ‘prayer’ over the master disc, Davis handed each a nose spoon and a line of a mind-altering, jimsonweed-laced drug called skank, designed to cause one to hallucinate in order to experience ‘god-hood,’ After sniffing the skank, each user would request ‘the gods’ to answer his prayer while experiencing an out-of-body event that would seal their fate as rock and roll god-hoods.

His mind speaking to the ‘gods,’ each of Sound Unltd prayed simultaneously atop the altar—

I got into this for the loot, eh? And to get me bro back, right? Erik prayed while seeing himself atop a spinning globe representing the Earth in glory. So like when you gonna deliver? His mouth watered at the thought of owning mansions and fancy cars, with designer clothing and gold jewelry bedecking him.

Look, man, I already prayed about this two years ago and you said if we wanted success more than anything we’d get it. Jack prayed frustrated his ‘prayer’ hadn’t been answered yet. So like when the hell you gonna keep your promise? He prayed as his guitar fired a blazing explosion through his amp while he drove a Ferrari 140 kilometers-per-hour.

You know damned well why I got into this. To make it big so Reg and I could market our synth. Bry slapped the altar with his right hand while seeing himself playing his McClellan-Lewis Synthesizer to the ‘gods.’ So you gonna see our deal through or what?


You know what I want. Tom looked up to the ‘gods’ while seeing his family walking out of the Hovels into a fancy flat after he got his family out of indenture. And to stick it to the rich oligarch bankers who kept my family in debt eight-hundred years. They will pay for their evil!

Mick, watching himself being worshiped by a stadium full of fans and occultist family cult members, prayed to the ‘gods’ he knew would answer his prayer. I was once a bullied piece of shit. Now make me a member of your illustrious god-hood!

To each mind the ‘gods’ responded, As we promised, we will see you make your success, which is now assured. You will be as gods. Rock and roll gods, as long as your keep your end of our ‘pact’ with you. And you will get your brother back to share your greatness and glory.


As the five experienced their hallucinations, Davis said to D’Arcy, “Well, I guess we have five new members of our ‘order.’ Our prayer, which they recited as well, has brought them membership.”

“And I’ll let Mick and them know this one of these days,” D’Arcy replied, chortling.

Swami Negran, as the leader of the Corion-worshiping cult, the Church of the Circle of Unity, stood away from the altar in the back ground, wearing a glowing red crystal that sent a luminus egg-shape surrounding the altar.

Before Negran could recruit them into his cult, the five had to be ‘secret’ members of ‘the order’ Davis mentioned to D’Arcy. This ‘order’ was actually a secret sub-grouping of possible future apprentices into the satanic Hellians called Andelusia, the ‘society of the gods.’

(Note: See The Prophesied Band, Chapter 7. Swami’s cult was also a part of this)

As for the Altiyan Childs video: Childs is a former Freemason; he talks about Freemasonry, but I’d say this evil only inhabits the upper levels or degrees. Since I’ve known some lower level Freemasons in my life and they were generally good people, I’d say this evil only inhabits the upper and more secretive levels or degrees. He also discusses the typical ‘one-eye sign,’ hand signs and other satanic symbols. Here is the link: Altiyan Childs: The World is Held Hostage. If YouTube removes the video, this Makow link provides other links to the video; it is also likely on BitChute.

Use the links in the menu above to purchase the trilogy or the separate trilogy books in soft cover or to download the free pdf The Prodigal Band. The next post will likely be in early June.

The Prodigal Band Trilogy © 2019 by Deborah Lagarde, Battle of the Band © 1996 by Deborah Lagarde, The Prophesied Band © 1998 by Deborah Lagarde and The Prodigal Band © 2018 by Deborah Lagarde. Permission needed to copy any materials off this page.

Author: deborahlagarde

Born on Long Island, NY, in 1952, now live in the mountains of far west Texas. Began writing fiction stories at about 8 years old with pen and loose leaf paper, and created the characters in my Prodigal Band Trilogy as a teenager. From the 70s to the 90s I created the scenario which I believe was inspired. While bringing up and home schooling my two children I continued to work on the novels and published "Battle of the Band" in 1996 and "The Prophesied Band" in 1998. Took off the next several years to complete home schooling and also working as an office manager for the local POA. In 2016, I retired, then resumed The Prodigal Band, a FREE PDF book that tells the whole story to its glorious end. Hint: I'm a true believer in Christ and I'm on a mission from God, writing to future believers, not preaching to the choir. God gave me a talent and, like the band in my books, I am using that talent for His glory, not mine (and, like me, the band is on its own journey, only fictional.) I also wrote for my college newspaper and headed up production, was a columnist in a local newspaper in the early 2000s, and wrote for and edited "Log of the Trail," the news letter for the Texas Mountain Trail Writers, and wrote for and edited it's yearly catalog of writings, "Chaos West of the Pecos." OmegaBooks is my self-publishing sole proprietorship company founded in 1995. Other jobs included teaching secondary math, health aide, office worker, assembly line work, and free-lance writing and bookkeeping,much of it while home schooling.

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