Question about rock musicians 

Question: A lot of famous musicians have died young, a lot of rock stars in the past decade and rappers in the modern age. I cannot help but feel that some of them were here to make a positive change, at least at their level of consciousness. Am I being delusional? Were some of them even fallen beings?

 Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2021 Webinar – Ending the Era of Ideology.

This is one of those questions that does not have a clear-cut answer. Jesus has given some very important teachings on the fact that there are sometimes a situation that is so locked, where people are so locked in a certain mindset, that a person needs to be a forerunner to go in and challenge that mindset and the energies behind it.

And so it can be that for a time a person needs to do something, which is not really coming from a higher perspective of the Christ mind but it is necessary to break up a locked situation. We have talked about how sometimes it is necessary to have a certain revolution and that this can for a time be in alignment with the mind of Christ in the sense that it can break the deadlock and bring change.

The same can happen with music. There are certain musicians who have brought forth a new type of music that was very provocative to people but it was necessary that they were provoked in order to break up an old mindset, an old matrix in society. I am not here saying that all rock musicians and rappers are out of alignment with this need for change. Some of them have, at least for a time, been in alignment with this. But this does not mean that rock music or rap music is harmonious in the sense that it produces harmonious vibrations that benefit the planet. It has a disruptive, chaotic effect. But as I said, this can be necessary for a period of time to break up certain locked patterns.

Now, most rock musicians and rappers are actually fallen beings, not all of them, but most of them are. And quite frankly, do not start asking questions about who is and is not because this is not something we want to use time and space on.

The reality here is that many of these rock musicians, rap musicians are fallen beings. They have outlived their, what we might call, natural lifespan. And they are only being kept alive because people are giving them their energy by listening to their music, or by going to concerts ,where they are forced into a certain state of mind, where they release huge amounts of energy.

You can see people at a rock concert who are screaming uncontrollably. And this releases tremendous energy which the rock musicians can absorb, which the demons behind them can absorb, which is one of the purposes behind rock music and rock concerts. Once you see this fade away, that their popularity fades away, some of them can no longer remain in embodiment, and leave the physical body behind.

And the other aspect of this is, of course, the time factor. There was a certain period of time in the 60s and 70s, when many new rock bands arose. They were usually young people at the time, now they have reached a certain age. And partly it can be because they do not receive enough light. It can also be because many rock musicians were so unbalanced that they lived a very unhealthy lifestyle, and it is simply catching up with their physical bodies.

This sort of goes hand in hand with the whole rock culture, which was very much the rebellious culture, rebelling against the norms of society. Therefore, it was okay to abuse alcohol and drugs and have promiscuous sex and live a party lifestyle. And of course, there comes a point where your physical body simply cannot handle it anymore. Again, you can point to certain exceptions that have managed to stay alive for a long time. But look at these people, and look at the fact that they are empty shells that are barely staying alive and that are really not spiritually alive anymore.


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