Nino Simone

lukeslark – 07:03 (mm:ss)
Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair (1969)


The music industry might on close inspection be the most EGI ridden field there is. Besides the apparent traditions in Elite families to invert gender, the ever improving hormone treatments surely present additional incentive for such a prominent share of top musicians to practice Elite Gender Inversion. The greatest vocalists of the past according to popular lore were surely the “castrati”, who were admittedly produced from hormone alterations caused by castration.

The myth around the castrati opera singers were of course that they were young boys from poor families who were emasculated before puberty motivated on behalf of their parents by financial gains. This theory does seem plausible today in light of EGI as we know hormones were widely popularised during the renaissance among the Elite and what effect such chemicals produce in the body, namely the exact same symptoms as castration. It would therefore fit perfectly with the Elites modus operandi to keep their secret knowledge of hormonal alchemy to themselves all while spreading horrible stories to the general public.

There is little incentive for a class of individuals who idealise hermaphroditic gods and deviant sexual behaviour to suddenly sexually maim their own role models when the desired voice-alterations can be obtained as effectively with hormones. Not to mention the Elites apparent taste for prepubescent boys, toys intact. The fact that the castrati opera singers were immensely popular and wealthy in their time also begs the question if these individuals really came from poor families as we today are told similar stories of our contemporary celebrities – which never seem to be the case. Brad Pitt never delivered anyone newspapers in the morning to pay for his lunch.

If we assume that todays Elite has preserved their place in society through carefuly preserving their lineage, possessions and fortunes, we must naturally conclude that this holds true as well for popular entertainers who more often than not seem to be groomed early age to become rich and famous. The transmission of trade-secrets and knowledge would therefor give Elite families offspring an unfair advantage compared to the regular stock – and additionally the financial ease and social network would make it close to impossible for anyone normal to gain foothold in such industries as music.

There might be exceptions – but the elite have an unfair advantage that is best kept by secrecy and empty promises to the masses such as anyone can become president. Well, they can’t and they won’t. I’d say the same applies to music – especially as the Elite seems to have hormones even moreso on their side in this domain than in politics. How many cisgenders can objectively compete for attention in company of castrati voice profiles trained from a young age ?

One of the most mythical voices of jazz and popular music was surely Eunice Kathleen Waymon aka Nina Simone – the High Priestess of Soul. Her voice is described being ‘androgynous’ with an unusual cracking low range with magnificent intensity. Simone is regarded as one of the most influential recording artists of the 20th century and the 29th greatest singer of all time according to Rolling Stone magazine.

Nina Simone (1933-2003) had a long and successful career and despite her popularity were at it’s peak in the 1960s, there is still a good record of her performances and recordings available in video and audio form.

Today most artists will be discovered through audiovisual media, but that was not necessarily the case before – so many will have heard Nina Simone more often than they have seen her. No doubt that Simone does make an impression when you hear her sing – whether it be pleasure or frustration. However, when you go back and watch her as she performs – your impression might change in light of her predominantly masculine appearence, especially with EGI in mind.

nina simone 1960
Nina Simone in concert (ca. 1960)

All the more i look back at the music i’ve enjoyed in earlier years – it is quite scary how unrepresentative these individuals really are to me today. I can still enjoy the music in parts of course – but i’m very compelled to ask myself if i could not have bonded with whatever type of music presented in my youth and that guided me when music was an important distraction from my parents and forced schooling, even identified me socially among youth and dictated my dress code.

nina simone 1999 England
Nina Simone in concert UK 1999

Regarding Simone, what speaks the most is actually the various videos hereunder – nevertheless it might be worth noting from the photos that Nina Simone has a typically male sloping forehead and very wide dental arch, and these features alone makes it improbable she ever was born female nor could have any children. Analysing her features it becomes clear she’s had a severe jaw contouring which gives her a very awkward profile which serves to counter-balance her distinguished male forehead.

By studying this case through the multiple videos and visuals it is disheartening, almost sad, to see Simone change over time by the effects of hormone therapy and witness the efforts made by the artist to act as a natural woman despite her evidently masculine nature.

Andres Burbano – 7:04 (mm:ss)
Nina Simone – Sinner Man


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North, East, West, South – our media encode, script and popularize stories that aim to control the general population. Information is not free or harmless – rather a controlled and refined weapon covertly used on our minds ever since its inception – and model – the Babel.

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