The Occult Meaning of “Crown” by TXT – the New K-POP Supergroup

TXT is a brand new K-POP group that took over world music charts in only a few days. “Crown”, the group’s first video, sends out a clear message: TXT is owned by the occult elite. Here’s a look at the blatant symbolism of the video “Crown”.

Vigilant Citizen – Vigilant Citizen March 14, 2019

My first article about K-POP was nine years ago and, since then, things have evolved considerably. K-POP has exploded from its Asiatic market base to take over the music industry worldwide. For instance, in 2018 the group BTS successfully crossed-over to the Western world to become one of the best-selling musical groups in the world. According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), BTS represented the second best-selling artists worldwide in terms of physical, digital, and streaming platforms, coming in second only to Drake. In December 2018, Billboard reported that BTS ranked #8 in their year-end Top Artist Chart and #2 in the Duo/Group ranking, second only to Imagine Dragons. Another confirmation of the group’s “acceptance” into the Western market: BTS will be the musical guests on Saturday Night Live on April 13th alongside Emma Stone.

BTS at the 2019 Grammy Awards. Click to enlarge

BTS was formed by Big Hit Entertainment in 2013. Six years later, Big Hit announced the creation of a second K-POP group: Together X Tomorrow – also known as TXT. Consisting of five boys aged between 16 and 19 years old, the group is described as “BTS’ little brother”. Although the group just emerged from the laboratories of Big Hit, it only took days to reached the top of the K-POP world. Why? Connections. To who? The Crown.

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