The 2024 Grammy Awards were full of occult vampires, throwbacks, and even an apparent Taylor Swift diss. With Grammys viewership dwindling over the years, this year may have turned things around. By focusing on Taylor Swift this time, they brought in an extra 30% more viewers than the last few years combined.
Of course, there can’t be an awards show in Hollywood without also seeing what look like occult rituals and references. This year, Olivia Rodrigo began to “bleed” on stage as she sang her song “Vampire.” What was she really trying to say with the song? Apparently, there was so much more happening behind the scenes: Taylor Swift appeared to diss Celine Dion, Taylor Swift pulled Lana Del Rey on stage, and Jay-Z dissed Taylor Swift. An audience member flashed a triangle hand sign. Joni Mitchell performed for the first time in years and the first time ever at the Grammys. Then the world watched Travis Scott go on a fiery rampage, and saw other weird, occult symbolism throughout the show.
But the strangest and most overlooked aspect of the Grammys may have been when singer Doja Cat revealed a tattoo on her forehead. It referenced a fashion designer who reportedly performs real witchcraft on her clothes and is proud of it. Join Ben on this Edge of Wonder Live show as he uncovers what really happened at the Grammys, plus a live Q&A and followed by a meditation/prayer.
Q&A: “Can you have a personal Mandela Effect that’s individual and not collective or massive? What is that?” “Why is blood used all the time in performances? Is the purpose to desensitize people to it?” “Do you believe that awards shows will become obsolete, or are the ‘star gazers’ the majority that will keep them afloat?” “Do you think alien races believe in or follow Jesus Christ?”