The Truth About AstroWorld And Satanic Human Sacrifice — Concert-Goers Claim Show That Killed 8 People “Was Demonic” (Video)

(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – The “Astroworld” concert, where a total of 8 people ended up dead and another 300 suffered major injuries while rapper Travis Scott performed, was seemingly conducted like a massive satanic ritual, according to the claims of those who attended the event.

According to Gateway Pundit, Scott looked on as fans of his music fell to the ground and paramedics attempted to revive them while he was performing his set last Friday. However, despite the emergency situation, the show continued.

Rather than stop, things during the performance reached a crescendo with several disturbing displays of dark and twisted imagery as Scott continued on for another half an hour.

One of the attendees of the Astroworld concert said, “It was demonic,” in a video he posted after he left the concert.

“It just felt like we [were] like, literally, like in f***ing hell, bro. It felt like we [were] in a concert in hell. You couldn’t breathe. You couldn’t see. Just imagine all the people they are going to find tonight who [were] in that crowd who nobody could see, who nobody could hear who passed out. And everybody was just trampling on top of them in the whole f***ing concert,” the concert-goer said.

“It was so many bodies who [were] laid out. People were getting pulled out who was fainted. The managers were trying to give them CPR and they were flipping them over and they were literally turning black and blue. [I’ve never seen death] in my f***ing life bro,” he added. “That was demonic shit. What was so crazy – people were screaming, ‘Help!’ trying to tell Travis Scott. The whole crowd was going, ‘Help! Help!’ and he just kept going, bro. It was scary – it was so demonic.”

Scott can be seen in the video footage watching on as paramedics carry out a member of the audience who died as he continued to perform. However, the performer stated on Sunday that he didn’t know people were in danger, otherwise he would have stopped the show.

“My fans really mean the world to me and I always just really want to leave them with a positive experience,” Scott went on to say in a statement posted on Twitter, as he closes his eyes and rubs his forehead. “Anytime I can make out anything that’s going on, I would stop the show and you know, help them get the help they need. I could just never just imagine the severity of the situation.”

“The rapper, whose real name is Jacques Bermon Webster, is now facing lawsuits filed by concertgoers who were injured in the crowd,” the GP report said, adding, “Scott kicked off the show standing in front of a fiery, hellish mountain and a giant eyeball that gazed at the public.”

Here’s a look at some of the stranger imagery from the concert (screen shot here).

The hole in the mountain transformed into some kind of spiral portal thing for the rest of the concert (screen shot here).

“Some in the crowd began climbing to the stage pleading for the performance to stop as they watched those around them faint, but it never did,” the report said.

Scott’s performance then ended with a pair of enormous hands wrapping around the portal (screen shot here).

“Attendees of the concert, including a security guard, were injected with an unknown substance, according to Houston’s Police Department Chief Troy Finner,” GP said in their report.

“Chief Finner said a security guard working the event felt a prick in his neck by an unknown assailant while he was trying to restrain a citizen — and he quickly fell unconscious. Finner says the guard was revived by use of NARCAN … and that medical personnel did, indeed, see something on his neck that indicated he’d been stabbed with a syringe,” TMZ says in their report.

The bodies of the eight individuals who died are currently being autopsied in order to determine an exact cause of death.

Some of the promotional materials from the Astroworld concert depicts people being sucked into “another universe” and also features a lot of symbolism that is associated with the Illuminati, which is a satanic cult that has been labeled as a “conspiracy theory” by the mainstream media (screen shots here and here).

Another report from Infowars reveals that both Scott and fellow artist Drake are both currently being accused of incitement in the tragic events that transpired during the concert.

“Astroworld Festival attendee Kristian Paredes (23) filed a lawsuit this weekend accusing Scott and guest star Drake of stirring up the crowd and sparking the deadly chaos. Parades is seeking over $1 million in damages,” Infowars stated.

“Drake ‘came on stage alongside Travis Scott and helped incite the crowd, ‘the lawsuit claims, and the two rappers continued to perform even ‘as the crowd became out of control’ and ‘mayhem’ ensued,” the report continued.

“The crowd became chaotic and a stampede began leaving eight dead and dozens including Kristian Paredes severely injured,” the lawsuit went on to say, alleging that many of the attendees “begged security guards hired by Live Nation Entertainment for help, but were ignored.”

“Parades’ attorney, Thomas J. Henry, accused the two rappers of not only being ‘aware of the hectic crowd but also that injuries and potential deaths may have occurred,'” Infowars added.

Padres not only blames the artists for getting the crowd worked up into a frenzy, but also all of the people who are connected to the organization putting on the event, going on to suggest that the deaths that occurred were the result of “negligence, carelessness, and recklessness.”

This was a tragedy that should have never happened. Those who contributed to the deaths of these individuals need to be held accountable for what happened in some way.

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