Suara.com – Musician Baskara Putra or Hindia is currently in the spotlight of social media netizens. The reason is, a viral video of the Indies concert asked the audience to close their eyes while singing the song ‘Matahari Tenggelam’.
In the video circulating, Baskara asked the audience to close their eyes using the cloth they had brought. Then, the audience is asked to remove the blindfold again in the middle of the song. Not only that, the LED screen on the stage also appeared to show a one-eyed triangle sign. In fact, there are also netizens who say that the statue on the stage is also a symbol of Baphomet.
As additional information, baphomet is a satanic entity believed to be worshiped by the Knights Templar which later became a symbol of satanic worship. Meanwhile, the Baphoment icon as a goat-headed idol has become an occult symbol, especially as a representation of the devil.
Suddenly, the irregularities at the concert made netizens busy accusing the founder of the band Feast of injecting satanic and Illuminati teachings during the concert.
“Obviously it’s a satanic nji*,” alleged the netizen.
“Baskara is cleaning up fans,” quipped netizens.
“Baskara, the B is baphomet,” commented another netizen.
“This is really satanic, is it just a concept?” netizens are curious.
“I’m surprised by people who still say there are no satanic elements, even though it’s clear there are freemason symbols and baphomet poses,” wrote another netizen.
“Satanic Indies, but spread subtly. “So, Indies devotees, please really pay attention to your idols now,” added another netizen.
Baskara Putra seems to have heard the debate regarding the satanic allegations. Through his “Thank God he is considered the Illuminati. Is this a sign that I am considered successful?” wrote Baskara Putra on his X account, Tuesday 14 November 2023.
Not only that, in his Instagram Story, Baskara also satirized netizens who were concerned about satanic issues. “@madukina @chika_olivia is practicing a satanic song,” wrote Baskara. “Beware of Satanists,” he said, commenting on his own photo.
Contributor: Anistya Yustika