Mass Murder Media Violence
Weapons Not made With Hands
This page has no better beginning than homage to mentor warriors and media violence combatants:
The late, American born C. Delores Tucker was an activist for children, youth, young adults (CYAA). In
her strong voice against gangsta rap, she bought 20 shares in Time Warner so she could sit to the table as a stockholder. She arose at an annual meeting and demanded the company's leaders read aloud the lyrics on the records one of their subsidiaries was selling. They declined to read the lyrics.
Puerto Rico born, the late Gloria Tristani, a former FCC Commissioner, was an adamant, steadfast, and remarkably powerful media violence warrior.
"C. Deloris Tucker voices her views about the industry during the controversial days of gangsta rap and the treatment of black women.
"...I've made combatting media violence one of my top priorities... Finally, I believe we need more counter-programming to the violence on ..."Read more
In 2014, I was given the assignment of shining light on the darkness of media violence. Prior to this assignment, I was not familiar with rhythmic brainwave entrainment (RBE). After researching the
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scientifically proven process of RBE, the Holy Spirit quickened me to realize the process is not new.
The scientifically proven process, is in fact well documented in the Old Testament. When King Saul's mental state was attacked with an evil spirit, the king summoned the psalmist David come and bring his lyre.
As little David played his harp, the calming sounds
of music created change in the King's interpersonal spiritual realm; and, in the atmosphere.
As violent imagery and sounds enter the interpersonal spiritual realm (thoughts, ideas, desires, emotions, etc.) of our children's minds and hearts, mental and emotional change takes place; and, as the resounding sounds resonate the atmosphere, change takes place.
D J Mag Interview With Co-creator of Trap Beats
such, embedding this interview with DJ Mag is not an attack against Mr. Gholson. Not knowing his name, a question about trap beats was googled. The landing page was this interview.
In an interview with DJ Mag,
Drumma Boy (co-creator of trap beats)
describes what trap really is:
“... it’s that dirty, grimey 808 snare clap... then the music comes in with this gangsta...music hypnotizes... you feel like you’re in a dark dungeon, like you're in the trap itself."
Creator of trap sound takes movement beyond music
“...Regardless of where we came from, regardless of what we do, we can still make it. We learned how to motivate people in a MASS-ive way.” Drumma said..." Read more
When reading the article, we found Drumma Boy's description of trap beats; as well as his boast of the mass-ive way in which people are thereby motivated relevant to our concern for the detrimental impact on its listeners.
We know Drumma Boy, the co-creator of trap beats, is not the prince of the power of the air. As
Electrical Pulsations of Light (Imagery) and Sound Encoded with Crime, Murder, and
Mayhem are Recorded on the Cranial Brain, the Heart Brain , and Permanently
Stored in the Subconscious Mind of Children, Youth, and Young Adults