Due to continued interest in the Lina Morgana story, EricReports has updated the following: New information is highlighted in RED.
Lady Gaga, heir apparent to pop star Madonna, ranks as one of the most successful singers in recent years; however, is she an original? Those who worked with Lina Morgana and Lady Gaga describe Morgana as the greater talent.
Initially, record producer Rob Fusari brought Lina Morgana and Lady Gaga (aka Stefani Germanotta) together as collaborators. They worked on over a dozen songs with Gaga singing backup. Contrary to popular belief, it was Ms. Morgana, not Gaga who was being groomed as the star. Stefani Germanotta was a far cry from the singer she is today: overweight, awkward and unknown. Somewhere along the line, roles were reversed. Stefani (Gaga) adopted Lina’s gothic style. Lina Morgana’s career had just begun, then apparently had been stolen by her friend/collaborator. The following video is uploaded on YouTube by Benny Phantom.
2008: In that year of fate, Lady Gaga would release her debut album “The Fame” on August 19. On October 4, Lina Morgana would supposedly commit suicide by jumping off the roof of the Staten Island Hotel…or was it murder? Police reports were rewritten in such a way as to make Lina seem crazy or irrational. “Behaving oddly, last seen dancing or exercising on the roof.” The usual suspects state that she was “depressed” and had a recent argument with her boyfriend. Foul play was originally suggested, but when those on top of the pyramid don’t want something investigated, it becomes a closed case. Q. What happened to Lina Morgana’s cell phone since gone missing? Q. Who erased material she uploaded on her Myspace page? Q. Why were car keys found belonging to a Ford with Illinois plates? Q. How did Lina get onto the roof without setting off the hotel’s alarm?
Questions…Was the “Lady Gaga” character originally intended for Lina Morgana? Was Stefani Germanotta chosen instead because she was willing to join the Illuminati? Did Lina Morgana know something that could jeopardize the career of the new “Lady Gaga”? Did Lady Gaga make her “deal with the devil” for fame? [Ironically, the name of her first album.] Was that deal to completely erase, then replace her partner?
Further proof: Lady Gaga’s alter-ego is named “Morgana Devacelli”, an obvious take-off from her former friend.
[Fame Monster photo is Lady Gaga. Next photo is of Lina Morgana.]
2013: Lady Gaga had court papers sealed (concerning her lawsuit with Fusari) saying they could be “damaging”. What was in these papers?
The last song Rob Fusari worked on with Ms. Gaga was “Paparazzi”. This seems to be the bridge between the old Stefani Germanotta and the new Lady Gaga. It’s also the song video laden with clues. The Illuminati likes to hide their clues in plain sight, making them ambiguous.
The final single from “The Fame” was “Paparazzi”. In the video, Lady Gaga is thrown off a high balcony, falling to her death. Just prior, she stands by a statue holding a basket, indicating an offering. A human offering. When Gaga falls, she falls thru a black and white spiral, symbolic of transformation. Indeed, Gaga would change her name and suddenly become a star. A newspaper headline reads “Lady No More Gaga” – notice the similarities to the name “Lina Morgana”. There are allusions to suicide by hanging, strangulation, poisoning, etc.
Further proof of Ms. Gaga’s Satanism was a remark she made on the Jimmy Kimmel show…(Video posted by evilindustrydotcom on YouTube.)
For those who don’t believe in the occult, examine the look and style of Lina Morgana and compare them with Lady Gaga. There’s no mistaking it – she ripped off her manner, her clothing, her way of singing and so on. I’m providing links below. The first is titled Lina Morgana vs. Lady Gaga by Kavad Medeiros.
The second is Lina Morgana My Angel live performance by Intersouffle. (Filmed two weeks before her death.)
Illuminati member Kanye West’s video eludes to Ms. Morgana’s death in the cryptic song “Coldest Winter”.
Another Illuminati clue: the Kung Fu Vampire album “Dead Sexy” with the song: “Dead Girls Don’t Say No” (album cover’s model looks disturbingly like Lina Morgana.) Released on Oct. 31, 2008, the same month she died.
Article Text © 2016 – ERN