Astroworld deaths: Kardashian curse, Satanic pedophiles blamed in conspiracy theories

Some conspiracy theorists claimed that the event was 'a public voodoo sacrifice ritual advertised as a music fest


                            Astroworld deaths: Kardashian curse, Satanic pedophiles blamed in conspiracy theories
Some are saying that the imagery of the concert's theme included symbols of the occult (@AxelBalthazar/Twitter and travisscott/Instagram)

In the aftermath of Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival tragedy, numerous conspiracy theories around the deaths have surfaced. One of the theories suggests that evil forces were responsible. People are claiming that the festival was actually a demonic ritual, an energy harvesting event -- something evil or magical. 

At least eight people died and several others injured when chaos broke out at Travis Scott's Astroworld music festival in Houston, Texas, on Friday night, November 5. Video footage of the festival is being widely circulated on social media, showing a stampede of fans breaking through a fence. The videos also show people attending the festival dancing on ambulances. Some witnesses have claimed that the rapper stopped his show several times to urge security guards to help his fans.

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A video that has surfaced on social media shows Travis Scott urging security guards to help a fan who collapsed during the Astroworld concert that killed eight people. The video shows Scott halting the concert in Houston, Texas, to ask the security for help after the fan seemed to be in trouble. "Somebody help him, somebody has passed out right here!" Scott is heard telling someone. "Don't touch him, don't touch him. Everybody just back up. Security, jump in real quick. Somebody jump in. Come on, come on!"

After the deaths, some conspiracy theorists claimed that the tragedy was caused by the 'Kardashian curse'. Travis Scott is said to be dating Kylie Jenner, who attended the festival alongside her sister Kendall. A user wrote on Twitter, "I really don’t see how Travis Scott can recover from this… not as a performer. The Kardashian curse is really real…"



 

Some users on Telegram are claiming that the event was “a public voodoo sacrifice ritual advertised as a music festival.” "I insult the Protestants a lot. It's because Protestantism cannot fight this kind of magic. Protestantism has no idea how to fight this kind of war," a post on Telegram reads. "Proof? Conservative "Based Texas" just hosted a public voodoo sacrifice ritual advertised as a music festival. It should be very obvious to everybody paying attention to the Astroworld deaths that the Second Amendment cannot win the kind of warfare we are in. The principalities and powers do not fear the Bill of Rights. Magic runs the game. Hail Mary."

The concert's marketing materials and stage set are being considered by some as proof that supernatural forces were involved. Some are saying that the imagery of the concert's theme -- 'See you on the other side' -- included symbols of the occult. Scott released two tracks the day before the event, which has now fueled such conspiracies. The cover art of the tracks was based on the 1990s 'bat boy' tablet, and it reads, "The true dystopia is here! When the end arrives it’s really the beginning.”



 

In a Twitter post, a user wrote, "Remember, remember the 5th of November. The Satanic ritual of Travis Scott - 8 dead, 300 injured

- concert theme: "See you on the other side"

- occult symbolism throughout flyer, art, stage

- show continues despite pleas to stop

- "felt so demonic""



 

Some theories doing to rounds of social media invoke the QAnon conspiracy theory that says an international cabal of Satanic pedophiles controls the world. “Travis Scott being installed by the occult global cabal is probably the only way to realistically explain how he was able to get famous, as his music is f**king awful,” a Redditor said. On Telegram, a user wrote, "The symbolism in the poster for the Astroworld Music Festival should have told anyone thinking of going it should be a “hard pass”. These demonic forces are in PLAIN SIGHT! Also, look above the left hand. It shows people going through a metal detector. It was reported earlier in the day “fans” had stormed barricades and metal detectors. And on the far right (going up n’ down the poster) it reads “see you on the other side”.