Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball”: Deeper Meaning

Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball”: Deeper Meaning

Due to the graphic nature of the music video “Wrecking Ball”, I will provide one link to the video.  This video has now been “age-restricted” on Youtube due to it’s high “skin” content, viewer discretion is advised.

First off I thoroughly enjoy your breakdown of popular media into it’s deeper elements.  I would like to explain the latest Miley Cyrus music video of her hit song, “Wrecking Ball” in the same vein.  There are 4 main levels to this song/video (as there are to most so heavily laden with symbolism).  The first level is the “obvious” which is the supposed relationship aspect of this song relating to the difficulty in the “give and take” of relationships.  While almost ALL popular songs mask themselves this way, this particular song does so in such a shallow way that it is an almost non-existent veil.  She only uses the word, “love” twice at the beginning of her song and once later.  The usage of this word is placed squarely within the concept of “loving one’s servitude”.  When she says, “we clawed, we chained our hearts in vain.. we jumped, never asking why” it is a direct reference to this type of dark affection which can only be had by slaves that love their servitude.  Ironically this verse is rather apt for the populace as a whole today, but that is another topic.

The second level to this song is the still somewhat obvious timing of being released right after Miley Cyrus’s spot on performance (according to her marionettes) that caused so much buzz recently.  Her performance was indeed a “wrecking ball” and her line of, “I came in like a wrecking ball..” would seem to elude to the manner of her emergence on the public stage.  This was all preplanned by the way as “Hollywood Insider” mentioned that her boyfriend was warned by her to not show up because her performance was going to be, “over the top”.  A publicity stunt?  Definitely, but it goes further than that.  This second level is about as far as the uninitiated usually get and they should pat themselves on the back for attempting to scratch the surface.

The third level is in regards to something known as, “ethereal tangential connectivity”.  Some people call this the “spirit realm” while others refer to it as the “other dimensions.”  For the purposes of this revealing I’m not going to get into the weeds on that debate but suffice it to say it is like an iceburg.  You only see 10% of the iceburg above the surface, but it’s the 90% that comprises the true mass, and therefore danger of the object.  The same is true here.  While Miley’s performance was disturbing and somewhat damaging to the youthful fan base, it is nothing compared to what is propelling her and “keeping her afloat”.  In this third level you can see some very obvious symbols on Miley’s body during the music video in the form of tattoos.  Even though she got these tattoos at various stages they can be understood together and in context.  It’s like writing a book, you need words next to each other to understand what the meaning is, so it is with her tattoos and placement.

She flashes her hand which has both the eye of horus and a heart which make it pretty obvious where her allegiance lies.  The eye of horus can sometimes be constured as a “Nazar” which is a symbol to ward of evil but given her rescent method of trajectory (abject sexualizing humiliation) I think it is safe to say it is the Horus version.  Also, her anchor tattoo was shown front and center so many times during this music video that the main theme of the esoteric messaging can be seen.  The anchor is also the main symbol of the U.S. Navy and coincidentally the U.S. Navy was getting ready to launch over 140 tomahawk missles into Syria.  The “I came in like a wrecking ball I never meant to start a war” is an uncanny reference to the exact political debate that was raging about going into Syria “wrecklessly”, but yet not wanting to “start a war”.  When she says, “I just wanted you to let me in”… well now U.N. inspectors are going in she even says “and instead of using force”…  It would all be kind of funny if the timing wasn’t so exact and the stakes so high.  Needless to say this third level is in reference to current day issues of wide scale importance.

The 4th and final level of understanding on this piece is going to be difficult for those who don’t believe in other realms, spiritual beings, angels, or the afterlife.  I’m going to assume those reading this do and if you don’t I suggest getting educated on it.  Without this final level of discernment everything will appear as a “tree” when you are actually standing in a forest.  The words to this song and just as importantly the visual imagry are a direct message from Lucifer (or any of the myriad names you wish to use) to God and the other angels.  It is a flagrant attempt at stating his “misunderstood” position on the cosmos, humanity, and his place in creation and an attempt to seduce others to fall.

During the video you see Miley standing in front of a wall that has cracks radiating out inside of a perfect circle.  This imagery is the same symbol used by many old sages to represent the “tree of the knowledge of good and evil”.  As this image is flashed from 2:51-2:54 in the video she is seen slamming her hands against it AND the lyrics aptly state, “I came in like a wrecking ball” referring to Lucifer’s “wrecking ball” maneuver against mankind using the “tree of the knowledge of good and evil” to essentially “wreck” mankind.  Some have wondered, “What is up with the nudity?”.  Well it should be noted that she is not completely nude, but is always wearing boots.  This is to highlight the fact that she is engaging in the “evil knowledge” of nudity, as nudity in and of itself isn’t inherently carnal or evil (we’re all born and die that way).  The one piece of clothing actually emphasises the lack of clothing with an attempt at a seducing angle.

Because this highest understanding is both so important and profound to truly understanding esoteric messaging I will transcribe the lyrics with the deeper translation.

“Wrecking Ball”  : Or more aptly Lucifer’s message to God and his angels

We clawed, we chained, our hearts in vain
This is his statement about him and his fellow angels having been ambitious (clawed) and yet humble (chained) and steadfast in their devotion (hearts in vain) to God.
We jumped, never asking why
This verse is rather self explanatory as he’s stating that they followed divine orders unquestionably.
We kissed, I fell under your spell
The reference here is to his rather exalted status (literally above the throne of God – “The Cherub that covereth”) and intimate access to God and his original awe toward the Almighty.
A love no one could deny
Since both God and Lucifer were the closest in physical proximity and esoteric magnitude it would have been very apparent they had a stronger connection.  Lucifer wasn’t always God’s enemy (at least as divine time goes, human time is different).

Don’t you ever say I just walked away
So this is when Lucifer “walked away” from God and heaven.   A rather interesting spin on being “cast out” and falling to earth as “lightning” but he’s always been one to twist words.
I will always want you
Here he clarifies that he has never given up on his ambition to “become like the most high”.  Notice use of the word “want”.  It has a very different meaning from the word love, or to care for in reference to this situation.  When he says “want you” he’s referring to being a part of the Trinity, a placement he was previously denied.  This is an unrepentant statement showing that he has, does, and always will want this.
I can’t live a lie, running for my life
Now this line is rather telling as he considers his exhile to Earth “living a lie” since he is only the “prince and power of the air” here and not in heaven.  When he says running for his life it is somewhat accurate as all of his actions are designed to somehow avoid final judgement.
I will always want you
This phrase repeats over and over again so I will not re-translate it as it is just his blind, naked ambition on display.

I came in like a wrecking ball
Lucifer tempts and succeeds in destroying man’s eternal soul by severing man’s connection with God via a disobedient act.  His “wrecking ball” did just that and was aimed at proving God wrong for having put some much effort and affection into man.
I never hit so hard in love
Quite amazing how true this is since his first wrecking ball did in fact doom mankind which is about as hard as he could hit.  This reference to “love” again refers to a mixed emotion (yes angelic beings have emotion) of missing the former glory and kinship he once had with God, juxtaposed by his now driving desire to prove him wrong.
All I wanted was to break your walls
There are spiritual rules in place that can be called “walls” and Lucifer has been trying to break them down.  One of them revolved around God’s “wasted affection” (in Lucifer’s viewpoint) on mankind and his attempt to break the laws in an attempt to circumvent long held decisions.
All you ever did was wreck me
We know quite well that Lucifer has taken a beating in both written text and in his attempts at completely derailing mankind.  Though it could be argued he has been wildly successful, it’s been a rough and tumultuous road.
Yeah, you, you wreck me
Just in case you didn’t know it, he says it again.

I put you high up in the sky
So here comes the part where he basically is saying he “believed in God” a long time ago and had him on a pedastal so to speak.
And now, you’re not coming down
Lucifer claims here that God won’t “get off his pedastal” and meet him where he is at.
It slowly turned, you let me burn
He’s making reference to time slowly ticking away and God “callously” allowing the judgement of eternal fire to continue.
And now, we’re ashes on the ground
The end state for him and his angels is basically little more than ashes, although technically you can’t destroy the eternal, hence the lake of fire judgement.  He obviously sees this as unfair and wants both good and bad angels to know this.  Angels do pay close attention to the affairs of men, and yes even to (and I would say especially for) music.

Don’t you ever say I just walked away

I will always want you
I can’t live a lie, running for my life
I will always want you

I came in like a wrecking ball
I never hit so hard in love
All I wanted was to break your walls
All you ever did was wreck me

I came in like a wrecking ball
Yeah, I just closed my eyes and swung
Now Lucifer is making an admission that his initial action was a blind swing at God by corrupting his creation.  This is a tacit, albeit brief moment of clarity where he implies that he wasn’t “thinking things through”.  The phrase, “swinging in a blind rage” comes to mind.
Left me crashing in a blazing fall
This has got to be one of the most obvious lines in the entire song.  Here it is in actual scripture, “I beheld satan, as lightning fall from heaven.”  When he hit earth I’m sure he went crashing and he indeed had a “blazing” fall.  The usage of the word, “left” denotes that he seems to blame others more directly for his fall, but blames God for “letting” it happen, or at least not aiding him as he fell.  This bit of insight does lend credence to the Michael/Archangel war scenary but that goes into another discussion.
All you ever did was wreck me
    Yeah, you, you wreck me

I never meant to start a war
Really this could not be any clearer.  Lucifer states point blank that he “never meant to start a war”.  This may actually be somewhat true as his one main goal was, “I will be like the most high”.
I just wanted you to let me in
The trinity is directly spoken to here as he would indeed have to be “let in” to be “like the most high” who is in reality part of the trinity.  This is why he uses the phrase of let me in.
And instead of using force
Direct war with the other angels and taking one third of all angels with him definitely counts as “using force”.  He seems to be reconsidering this course of action, or at least he wants the other angels to think this.
I guess I should’ve let you win
So this seems like a concession and it would be prudent thinking on his part if it were indeed true.  There seems to be a somewhat resigned attitude in this statement that he should have “given” up before.  This line of logic begs the question that if he “gave up” earlier would his judgement have been different?  Was there a time when this battle wasn’t an all out war but a debate between him and God where he could have simply agreed God was right thereby letting God win then?  A lot of interesting points get brought out here but one thing remains the same.  He may state a lot of known and unknown esoteric information but it’s tainted by having the aim to cause more angels to fall, weaken man’s resolve toward God, and ultimately make God look like the bad guy.  One of the reasons Lucifer is so very prevalent in the music industry is because he is literally the highest created musician.  This obviously doesn’t mean that music is evil, but it does mean that it is his strongest skill and utilized quite regularly.
The rest of these verses have already been translated and repeat for messaging.  Read this breakdown then re-watch the video to understand just how deep the messaging goes and that many songs, especially the most popular ones have ETC (ethereal tangential connectivity) involved.
I never meant to start a war
I just wanted you to let me in
I guess I should’ve let you win

Don’t you ever say I just walked away
I will always want you

I came in like a wrecking ball
I never hit so hard in love
All I wanted was to break your walls
All you ever did was wreck me

I came in like a wrecking ball
Yeah, I just closed my eyes and swung
Left me crashing in a blazing fall
All you ever did was wreck me
Yeah, you, you wreck me
Yeah, you, you wreck me

 

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