Conspiracy theorists believe the Illuminati has a ‘new puppet’ in Kylie Minogue
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Australia's own Princess of Pop is making a comeback and apparently has the devil to thank for it, if conspiracy theorists are to be believed.
We'd recommend not believing them, because there is no actual indication that Kylie Minogue worships Satan, but people are having a field day about it anyway.
It's the lead single from the 55-year-old's upcoming 16th album Tension, and, let's just say, the album cover has caused some tension all on its own.
Conspiracy theorists reckon the artwork features an Illuminati pose, with the pop star's hand grasping a diamond, which is covering her eye.
Shock. Horror. In the distance, sirens.
One Twitter user said: "I loved Kylie Minogue. I made excuses for her. But her latest album is in-your-face Illuminati symbolism from one-eye cover to dancing in devil red on the debris of western civilization in the Padam Padam video. Looking back, it was there from the start, on 'I Should Be So Lucky'.
A second added: "'I don't know who told you to pose like this but it is a symbol of Satanism. The hand gesture represents 666 and covering one eye is a well known satanic gesture."
While a third commented: "Oh dear! So the illuminati has a new toy puppet, and she’s a pop princess! Caution lovers. Be kind, enjoy her music but don’t be led. Your choice is free."
Well, there you have it.
Minogue isn't alone in being accused of devil worship. Plenty of A-listers and celebrities have been in the past, despite there being no actual proof a modern-day Illuminati even exists.
I loved #KylieMinogue— Shockadelic (@shockadelicaust) May 28, 2023
I made excuses for her
But her latest album is in-your-face Illuminati symbolism from one-eye cover to dancing in devil red on the debris of Western Civilization in the Padam Padam video
Looking back, it was there from the start, on "I Should Be So Lucky" pic.twitter.com/H0sMzmAE4B
Apparently a left, black eye is the telltale sign of a high-level Illuminati ritual.
According to the Daily Mail, the person pledging themself to Lucifer is forced to 'eat pain' in an effort to become more powerful.
Author and internet radio show host Sherry Shriner has spoken of the link between these black eyes and 'soul scalping'.
For the record, Shriner wrote the book Interview With The Devil, in which she claimed she had a conversation with Satan himself.
Talk about a humble brag.
Anyway, Shriner reckons the Illuminati is deeply rooted in the world's elite, with government leaders, Hollywood stars, and other popular entertainers having struck a deal with the devil.
"You cannot be on TV now, without signing on the dotted line," she said, as per the Daily Mail.
"The bizarre recurrence of facial bruises on Illuminati politicians and entertainers has resulted in speculation that their souls have been replaced in a satanic ritual called 'soul scalping'."
Well, if that's what Minogue has done, it's clearly worked as the Aussie songstress has seen her new bop become her highest-charting hit in over a decade in both Australia and the UK in a matter of days.