Random Trilogy Snippets, Part Four Extra: What Happened at AstroWorld Travis Scott Gig is a Reminder of Some Trilogy Events (Including a Deleted Scene From the Original Battle of the Band)

I was shocked to read a recent Vigilant Citizen post about a Travis Scott headliner concert at a place called Astroworld in Houston, Texas, where stampeding fans injured several others “mosh-pit style” and then other sinister events occurred later including the deaths of eight concert goers (but other estimates include at least a hundred others), folks in videos saying they can hardly breathe, and needle jabs by unknowns as some tried to help the victims…and as Travis Scott continued to perform. Kinda like what happened at Altamont, which I discussed in this post, as Mick Jagger continued to sing while Stones’ Hell’s Angels roadies committed dirty deeds during a performance (supposedly) of the Stones’ hit “Sympathy for the Devil.” A good video about this Astroworld event can be seen here, and a good written post about this can be read here. But leave it to Vigilant Citizen to cover events such as this. Too bad he didn’t reference Altamont!

And speaking of Altamont, that Stones gig was an inspiration for my The Prodigal Band Trilogy. In a previous snippet post is mentioned that a satanic-like ritual performed by the prodigal band Sound Unltd, which led to fans ritually chanting a Corionic chant and which later led to some teen fans, that had attended that San Antonio concert, murdering two four-year-old boys. I will again post a portion of that snippet, below.

But the first snippet I will post relates to a “phoenix rising from the ashes” similarity mentioned in the video that reminded me of a portion of Chapter Five of the original 1996-published Battle of the Band, a scene that was deleted from the recently published-by-Lulu trilogy. While nothing sinister or tragic happened at this concert they headlined, the concert itself had sinister overtones. Earlier in the chapter is referenced an ‘Earth Aid’ concert that Sound Unltd headlines, in early August, 1991; the band’s ‘image consultant,’ Darnell, tells the burgeoning super-model, Ger (singer Erik’s girl), that the group is headlining this gig which will be at a large London stadium. This headlining appearance was a partial atonement for the ‘sin’ of the (fictitious) government Ministry of Culture having Sound Unltd banned in the UK from early September, 1990, until February, 1991. From Chapter Five of Battle of the Band, narrated by the Creator’s ‘Counselor Angel’:

Seemed like every time one of Sound Unltd faced a crown of thorns, the band came out of it smelling like a rose dripping nectar of the gods. The gods had a bargain to keep.

And keep it they did.

Two days after Earth Aid ended on August 6, the World Youth Cultural Council reported: “Nearly half a million fans from all walks of life attended the two-day celebration of The Earth until a fiery conclusion as the ‘great and glorious’ Sound Unltd turned their blazing stage into a pall of ashes out of which The Earth, as a phoenix, arose during their just-released video showcase of Out of Hell’s Fire, Love. Many critics are now calling the formerly banned sextet ‘the greatest rock band ever.’

The second and final snippet comes from Chapter Eight of Battle of the Band, and features a San Antonio, Texas gig that honors ‘World Unity Day,’ sponsored by a globalist UN organization called the World Community Artists Foundation. The gig, in summer, 1994, is being simulcast over radio as the concert goes live at a large stadium. At the live gig, the band leads a ‘prayer’ to the evil satanic Corion as the sextet wears their red crystals of Corion that causes the audience to be engulfed in a ‘luminous egg’ that captured souls for the devil character. The snippet ends with a ‘report’ that three of the concert captured souls murdered two four-year-old boys, likely in a satanic ritual. While this sort of event did not happen at Astroworld, many fans there (according to videos on YouTube and elsewhere) claim that the gig seemed satanic, or as a vision of Hell. From Chapter Eight of Battle of the Band:

Before the concert simulcast began, the disc jockey told listeners over the radio, “One thing is for sure. Tonight’s concert audience thinks Sound Unltd are their spokesmen, and, according to CounterCulture magazine, so do a large percentage of America’s youth. I mean, those guys really know how to move teenagers. They have already sold nearly three-hundred million records and tapes since 1988, won seven Music awards, and have sold out every concert since 1989. And I know for a fact that, because Sound Unltd follows the cult of Swami Negran’s Circle of Unity, teenage membership in that religion has grown by leaps and bounds. Parent groups across the country are upset about reports of brainwashing and Satanic and Corionic blood-rituals, but the Swami cult grows and grows. And credit is usually given to our performers tonight.”

(Later, at the gig)

And so the rock juggernaut played.

We’re part of a circle of unity of love.

We all shine so brightly in our souls from above.

So join our global circle and love to inspire

A unity of all youth

In a world of passionate fire.

Erik then called out, “Let’s pray for world peace.”

As the muted music played, the singer actually led the multitude in a short prayer for peace adopted by the Foundation. Most fans didn’t know it, but the prayer was derived from ancient runes to the god Corion.

“We affirm to you, oh Lord, our desire for love and an end to wars. A beginning for nature’s healing touch. Peace for one, peace for all, peace to wrap the world in safety and universal love. Amen.”

The song then continued until the last chorus, sung by the six together at the center-stage microphones. With hands united, they raised their arms in glory to the rotating planet image and chanted a Corion chant which sounded like gibberish. As their fans rose in a crescendo of cheers and waves, red crystals glowed hot red, encasing the band in a miracle of aura assimilation. A giant fiery luminous egg stood at center stage.

Whole blocks of fans saw and began chanting as their Swami taught them. “Corion! Corion! Novordopax! Tricameron!”

Soon, more in the audience chanted it. The luminous egg glowed brighter and brighter, grew larger and larger, until it enveloped the sea of fans.

The Demons watched from above. “Our six are ready,” Gold Demon cackled. “They are delivering many souls to our cause.”

A low voice bellowed, “Right on schedule. So be it!”

(Later, as mentioned in a previous spiritual battle snippet post)

And, as their Lord wished, three young men who had attended the World Unity concert were arrested in San Antonio July 19 for “…bashing in the heads of two four-year-old boys with lead pipes in a rash of unprovoked violence in the Alamo City the past few days.”

The San Antonio newspaper report shocked many.

Next week’s post (which I originally said would be this week’s post) is likely to mention Bible verses explaining aspects of this battle, which seems more and more to ring true today as the so-called “Great Reset” the elites are trying to force on the world is being staged. I’ll let the reader decide if this event will make the world ‘build back better’ or something a bit more sinister.

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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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