There is a phenomenon occurring in America that many people know about, but surprisingly no one has commented on despite its disturbing nature and creepy correlations: Homosexual boys are killing themselves and they're dedicating their suicides to Lady Gaga while claiming that Lady Gaga had saved them.
While celebrities are not responsible for the actions of their fans, this has to be brought to attention because no one, absolutely no one, is saying don't fucking kill yourself. Instead, a suicide trip in Lady Gaga's name will bring you immortality and apotheosis vis-a-vis the Redemptrix herself and all of her "little monsters." It's so strange and disturbing that it seems to be part of a larger public mystery cult rather than simply the consequences of a ditsy celebrity not knowing how to address people with a penchant for copycat suicide (choosing to focus on bullying rather than her own indirect influence). Meanwhile, the drugged-up, addled populace with its desire for bandaid emotion-driven feel good solutions jumps on the bullying bandwagon and on a much larger scale contributes to the martyrization of such children rather than focus on making children get suicide out of their head, which would include other children with higher suicide rates who don't kill themselves because of bullying or LGBT issues (such as American Indian children across nations and tribes).
Most people can agree that bullying is not only wrong, but can be highly damaging to a person. The problem is that, in typical Western fashion, instead of addressing bullying at its root, false solutions are sought like criminalization and putting all of the blame on the bullies rather than the person who made the decision. Everyone forgets that suicide is a form of murder.
While making laws against bullying feels good and seems right, how could it ever be implemented without dragging innocent people down with it? Nevermind that it doesn't directly address suicide. A person who would kill themselves because of bullying would kill themselves for another reason if necessary because there's no value system in place to tell them that suicide is never the answer. Also, Lady Gaga doesn't really seem to have a problem with bullies anyway. The grandest bullies of all are American politicians. She has no problem serenading them one-on-one, nor does she have any problem with encouraging people to join the military to physically bully, rape and kill innocent civilians.
What we have with Lady Gaga is a woman who utilizes intense and extreme occult imagery and symbolism into every single thing that she does, while being accessible to her fans, bringing her fans into her and into the world of manipulation, obfuscation, and power. It should be of no surprise, then, that when she takes up causes the problems only amplify when her name is invoked, not diminish.
Art is magic, especially music. When one thinks of what's involved in making music, one can realize that music is a form of alchemy, in a sense. Some of the most beloved initiates were composers and musicians, Mozart being an easy example. Like those before her, Lady Gaga invokes Horus in almost every performance, and as a result becomes Isis--the mother goddess--for her fans. She's a Magna Mater, a "Fame Monster Mother" to her "Little Monster" worshipers. In our secular world that no longer has functional, powerful monarchs, she--in celebrity fashion--has filled in the subconscious cultural need for the sacred queen mother--the Isis, the Cybele, the virgin and mother, the female and male, the Mary who can save you. That is why these children thank her before they kill themselves. Like the goddess consort Attis, in death, she redeems them. Through her and in death do they find comfort and release from the prison of the world. For them, the queen, the goddess, the redemptrix sings.
“Why is there such fighting within the monster family? Isn’t the point that we are connected because of our humanity and the freedom we’ve found in Gaga?” – A Little Monster
"Don't forget me when I come crying to heaven's door," wrote Jamey Rodemeyer on his Facebook page while posting lyrics from her song "The Queen."
"Thank you so much Lady Gaga, for being the fearless, relentless, proud LGBTQ advocate the world needs. You make me so proud. You are my biggest inspiration. Continue to light the fire that illuminates the darkness in so many lives." - EricJames Borges
It Gets Better, I promise! - Jamey Rodemeyer
"Hold your head up and you'll go far. Because that's all you have to do, just love yourself and you're set."- Jamey Rodemeyer
Lady Gaga makes a tribute, redeems Jamey Rodemeyer by saying that suicides go to heaven, and that he's "not a victim." He's buried in a Lady Gaga t-shirt with a unicorn on it (traditionally a symbol of Jesus Christ connected to Mary's intercession on his behalf). "He was so much for her message...she was the biggest influence in his life."
@ladygaga bye mother monster, thank you for all you have done, paws up forever