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People Who Admit To Selling Their Souls To Satan, And Why They Did It
By Danny Salemme
Aug 5, 2016

Is there really such a thing as natural talent — or is it all in thanks to the red man downstairs? Throughout history, certain individuals have opted for the "easy way out," and in their eyes, that route was made successful by way of selling their souls to Satan.  It seems like a pretty intense move, but when you're desperate, you don't always make the wisest choices. Now, whether there is any weight to these alleged Devil-dealers remains to be seen (seeing as that horny man hasn't ever been proven to exist), but the idea itself still says a lot about the people who gave up their souls for success.  Keep reading to learn more about people who admit to selling their souls to Satan, and why they did it.
A deal with the Devil. Everybody knows that “The Devil went down to Georgia” because he was “looking for a soul to steal,” but have you ever really thought about who took his offer into consideration? Whether he’s real or not, people have made these deals, and the Devil may or may not have collected some souls along the way…
Fortune and glory. An eternity locked up in hellfire doesn’t exactly sound like a picnic, but it seems that people are willing to make that sacrifice. Everybody wants to be on top in some regard, so if there’s a prize in question, then people are more than happy to live with the sacrifice.
The greats. Throughout history, quite a few people have allegedly reached out to their friend, the Devil, for some guidance. Well, really so that they could cheat. But all the same, the world may not be filled with quite as many greatest hits if it weren’t for that red man down under.
Katy Perry. Though she grew up singing gospel music under the guidance of her Christian pastor parents, Perry ended up going down a road that her family would have likely hoped she’d ignore. According to an interview with an Australian talk show, she came out of Satan’s closet.
Katy Perilous. “I kind of sang about what was going on in my life at 15, and… that’s how I got introduced to the music industry, because I swear I wanted to be like the Amy Grant of music, but it did not work out. And so I sold my soul to the Devil.”
Bob Dylan. Love his music or hate it, there’s no denying the gift that is Bob Dylan’s fate. But even he has no shame in hiding the fact that his talent likely isn’t natural. During an interview with “60 Minutes,” Dylan was candid about the inspiration of his talent — and that inspiration was evidently something not of this world.
Dylan’s admission. During the the interview on “60 Minutes,” Dylan mentions that he is where he is because of a bargain he made with someone who perhaps exists on a different dimension than our own. When asked who that someone was, Dylan responded by saying, “With the Chief Commander… In this earth and in a world we can’t see.” As history has shown, there’s only one “higher power” willing to offer these kinds of deals.
Robert Johnson. Unless you’re a true music junkie (or Satan), you may not be entirely familiar with Mr. Johnson. He was a guitar legend, and is even ranked #71 on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitarists” list. But he may not have achieved those all on his own. Oh, no. It may have been his good friend, Lucifer, who gave him a helping hand.
Johnson’s legend. As history tells it, Johnson wasn’t nearly as good at playing the guitar as he’d have liked to be. When he met a stranger while wandering a lonely road at midnight, Johnson was imbued with the Satanic gift of guitar magic. Not only did a number of his songs refer to the supernatural, whenever he played on stage, he always had his back to the audience — because god forbid people knew that it was really the Devil playing for him…
Led Zeppelin. There are some who believe that the band Led Zeppelin also sold their souls to Satan in order to bask in the glory of rock ‘n roll Heaven (which, as it turns out, is probably Hell), but the proof is really only in their music. If you play it backwards. If you (get stoned and) listen to “Stairway To Heaven” backwards, you’ll notice some Satanic phrases that are almost too obvious to ignore…
“Sweet Satan.” If you listen to a particular section of “Stairway To Heaven” backwards, this is what you’ll hear, according to Juice Nothing: ““Oh, here's to my sweet Satan. The one whose little path made me sad, whose power is Satan. He'll give those with him 666. And all those fools who made us suffer, Sad Satan.” It’s got to be legit, right? Right?
Pope Sylvester II. It’s not exactly encouraging when you find out that the pope is a Satanist. As it turns out though, that was exactly the case with good ol’ Sylvester here. Though there isn’t definitive proof (especially considering that this dude was born in the year 945), his pact was still allegedly made. At least that’s what most people believe.
Giuseppe Tartini. Back in the 16th century, this Italian violinist claimed to have been visited by the Devil in a dream. According to Listverse, after promising to be the Devil’s servant, the Devil played him a tune, which Tartini wrote down immediately upon waking. The piece was titled: “The Devil’s Trill Sonata.”
Roseanne Barr. Everyone’s favorite mom from the 90s was pretty frank about her soul-selling antics. When she was on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” when she told everyone that, when she was 12, she conjured Satan because of how poorly she felt she was treated by her family. She told him that she “wanted to get famous, no matter what.”
Jay Z and Beyonce. Chances are you’re relatively familiar with the Illuminati controversy — whether it’s actually real or not. If you believe it, then you’re well aware that Jay Z and Beyonce are most likely huge supporters/members. If it’s not proof enough in the signage they sneak into their public appearances, Jay even mentions that he’s been swallowed up by both Satan and the secret society in his song, “D’Evils.”
7,500 Online Shoppers Unknowingly Sold Their Souls
Fox News
Published April 15, 2010 
A computer game retailer revealed that it legally owns the souls of thousands of online shoppers, thanks to a clause in the terms and conditions agreed to by online shoppers.
The retailer, British firm GameStation, added the "immortal soul clause" to the contract signed before making any online purchases earlier this month. It states that customers grant the company the right to claim their soul.
"By placing an order via this Web site on the first day of the fourth month of the year 2010 Anno Domini, you agree to grant Us a non transferable option to claim, for now and for ever more, your immortal soul. Should We wish to exercise this option, you agree to surrender your immortal soul, and any claim you may have on it, within 5 (five) working days of receiving written notification from or one of its duly authorised minions."
GameStation's form also points out that "we reserve the right to serve such notice in 6 (six) foot high letters of fire, however we can accept no liability for any loss or damage caused by such an act. If you a) do not believe you have an immortal soul, b) have already given it to another party, or c) do not wish to grant Us such a license, please click the link below to nullify this sub-clause and proceed with your transaction."
The terms of service were updated on April Fool's Day as a gag, but the retailer did so to make a very real point: No one reads the online terms and conditions of shopping, and companies are free to insert whatever language they want into the documents.
While all shoppers during the test were given a simple tick box option to opt out, very few did this, which would have also rewarded them with a £5 voucher, according to news:lite. Due to the number of people who ticked the box, GameStation claims believes as many as 88 percent of people do not read the terms and conditions of a Web site before they make a purchase.

The company noted that it would not be enforcing the ownership rights, and planned to e-mail customers nullifying any claim on their soul.
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