“Boss” Springsteen: Working class hero or imposter?

The ruling elites, those who have monopolized the music and entertainment industries, love nothing more than to fashion monikers for their pet projects that also serve as cruel, inside jokes on the public.

In the case of Bruce “the Boss” Springsteen, the triumph of marketing has somehow persuaded the masses that a man who resides within the environs of Beverly Hills can still be considered a “hero” of the working class.

Such is the power of the colorful images created by the media sorcerers.

The solidification and perpetuation of the mythical popular acclaim often afforded to archetypical celebrity characters such as Springsteen, those legendary figures created and incessantly promoted by the music/entertainment/industrial complex, relies almost solely on the strength and effectiveness of such images.

The machinery of myth that creates character images like “The Boss” is identical to that Freemasonic alchemical/occult process which created and has for centuries, continued to perpetuate the exoteric, biblical myth of Christ.

But, as loyal readers have come to expect from the author here at Newsspell, those cherished images are about to be shattered.

Like a trail of breadcrumbs left for anyone willing to follow, clues as to the genuine identity of Springsteen’s host actor have been sprinkled within the narratives of popular television shows and on the pages of magazines and periodicals, relics buried deep beneath the surface of popular culture’s vast landscape. Though largely clandestine, they are nevertheless hidden in plain sight, daring to be unearthed by an investigation inspired by curiosity and persistent diligence.

Well, here and now, one shall proceed to offer the results of one’s expository investigation.

There shall be an added bonus with this installment, however – the identity of the host actor who portrayed not only a member of the Beatles, but a seminal “heavy metal” rock act that also featured our old friend Mister Barry Diller/US President Eisenhower AKA Prince Eduard von Furstenberg as a lead vocalist.

As always, stay tuned, folks! Continue reading ““Boss” Springsteen: Working class hero or imposter?”

A peek behind the curtain of OZ

From heavy metal pioneer to reality television star, rock’s “prince of darkness”, Ozzy Osbourne, has always been one of rock and pop music’s most legendary eccentrics.

Having enjoyed a stellar career’s notoriety spanning several decades, perhaps more than any other star in the history of the popular music recording industry, Osbourne’s exceedingly outlandish image has come to represent rebellion incarnate to his millions of adoring fans worldwide.

Though it is claimed Osbourne’s career has time and again been plagued by drug and alcohol abuse and other wild mishaps, he has not only managed to survive, but his unorthodox, platinum-selling career has managed to somehow flourish.

However, as with other stars of stage and screen, is there any credence still to be given to the wild stories one finds coloring Mr. Osbourne’s biographical history?

Despite the fact his millions of adoring fans are willing to adamantly testify to the truthfulness of the rock legend’s unprecedented exploits, can one still dare to question their veracity? Or, as loyal readers have so often observed concerning the biographies of other celebrity careers examined here at Newsspell, is there something truly awry with the man known as Ozzy?

Is Mr. Osbourne’s reputation as rock music’s celebrated “prince of darkness” well-deserved, or shall we proceed to yet discover another pathetic imposter concealed behind the curtain of Oz? Continue reading “A peek behind the curtain of OZ”