Backmasking

By eM
@eLsMarie (4150)
Philippines
January 6, 2011 5:23am CST
I was informed by my friends earlier about songs of popular artists who were labeled to be satanic and some were just scandalous words. I don't like listening to it in the past because I don't see the point to why I should. I found out earlier that, though I can't seem to understand some of the words or the lyrics, it's somewhat scary. My niece loves the cartoon Dora the Explorer and according to my friend it's a show made for kids for satan to connect with them. Is this true? I know I sound so too-late-to-ask but was it intentionally made to be like that?
5 responses
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
Good Day! I don't know if I would believe this. I'm in a state of 50-50. It could be true or not because maybe they don't intentionally made that song for satanic purposes. Maybe they're not aware.
@eLsMarie (4150)
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
I'm hoping that they didn't intentionally made it for satan.
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
Maybe it wasn't. Its just their imagination that made those satanic lyrics but I'm not quite sure because I'm a music lover too.
@eLsMarie (4150)
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
No matter how I tried my best to listen carefully, I can't understand the words unless there are lyrics provided.
• United States
8 Jan 11
dora? more like a vehicle for toy sales,like any other cartoon nowadays. i don't get where the satan comes in..
@eLsMarie (4150)
• Philippines
10 Jan 11
The satan comes in, according to them, when you backamsk there song... The intro was hail satan.
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
Thing is, when you played any song or recording back, you'll hear a lot of things that might sound like something but it really doesn't mean anything at all. Those issues concerning "backmasking" like the band Judas Priest didn't have enough evidence if there were real intentions behind those recordings.
@eLsMarie (4150)
• Philippines
7 Jan 11
Thanks for making it all clear to me. According to my friend earlier, some of the artists were Illuminati.
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
Dora the Explorer??Satanic? In what way?? does the show teaches a kid to disobey parents? hate his siblings or whatsoever that will make a child rebellious? I think that people have their opinion about back masking but I have never taught to apply that on a children show, maybe in songs. But what is important here is that parents should guide their kids well, particularly in what they watch. What molds a kids personality? from upbringing and not just about watching television. In fact, I still suggest to not expose too much on television. But rather on the knowledge of the Word of God.
@eLsMarie (4150)
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
I don't know. People in YouTube brought it up. I've heard a lot of issues involving Dora and even Sponge Bob.
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
Thing is, when you played any song or recording back, you'll hear a lot of things that might sound like something but it really doesn't mean anything at all. Those issues concerning "backmasking" like the band Judas Priest didn't have enough evidence if there were real intentions behind those recordings.