The Dark Meaning of “all the good girls go to hell” by Billie Eilish

Although marketed as a song about global warming, the video of “all good girls go to hell” contains symbols and references alluding to a darker spiritual message. Here’s the deeper meaning of “all good girls go to hell”.

Vigilant Citizen – Sept 6, 2019

Billie Eilish is currently the most popular and influential pop star in the world. If you’re asking yourself “Billie who?”, then you’re probably not a 14-year-old girl. Because nearly all 14-year-old girls know about Billie Eilish. Indeed, she’s the current teen idol that’s pictured on the cover of all teen magazines, plastered all over social media and discussed on all gossip sites. Undeniable proof of Eilish’s popularity can be found on YouTube as her video all the good girls go to hell amassed over 13 million views and 140,000 comments in less than 24 hours. Billie Eilish is also earning great praise in the music industry as she was deemed the “future of pop” by several prominent figures.
While Billie’s fans love the singer’s unique style and persona, there is definitely nothing unique about the themes and the symbolism found in her videos. In my article The Disturbing Meaning of Billie Eilish’s “bury a friend”, I explained how Billie Eilish’s entire act is based on the concepts of trauma-based mind control and pseudo-satanism – themes that can be found in countless other music videos featuring countless other pop stars.

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One response to “The Dark Meaning of “all the good girls go to hell” by Billie Eilish”

  1. More social engineering promoted by the Western cabal.