Hotel California is the title track from the Eagles’ album of the same name and was released as a single in February 1977.
‘Hotel California’ is a metaphor for the madness and demonic possession of Monarch slaves (see Monarch slaves and Roman Holiday).
It is a song that causes a lot of debate, because its lyrics are esoteric; full of symbolism like all music (see The Music Man).
However, if you interpret the symbols, you will see that it is a song about drugs, witchcraft, rolled sex slaves, Satan, demons, and human sacrifice.
Consider the word ‘Hotel’. ‘El’ is a suffix denoting an angel, for example Gabri-el, Rapha-el and Micha-el.
So ‘Hotel’ is ‘Hot-El’, a ‘hot angel’: Satan.
Hotel is also code for ‘To Hell’, in other words: “This is the way to Hell” — Monarch slaves are driven insane before being demonically possessed; their lives are a living hell.
‘California’ has the first seven letters of the word ‘fornicate’. The ‘t’ and ‘e’ from ‘hotel’ are the missing two letters.
Kali is the Hindu goddess of time, doomsday and death. Worshipped in India and the West, the Hindu goddess remains mysterious even to her devotees. California State in U.S. is named after this goddess (see Pagan gods).
(The Notorious B.I.G.’s song Going Back to Cali refers to the pre-flood world being revived in this second world: whereby the fallen angels will once more rule the earth and corrupt the DNA of all creatures. Destruction is the opposite of creation, and Satan and his angels and demons want to destroy all that Almighty Yahweh, the LIVING GOD, created.)
‘California’ is reminiscent of ‘Kali-fornicating’.
‘Hotel California’ is an anagram for ‘I fornicate/halo’. A halo is a symbol of sun worship and becoming a ‘human god’ (see Sun worship).
‘Hotel California’ also contains the word ‘alcohol’ and, if the ‘c’ is repeated, ‘cocaine’.
‘Hotel California’ is also a metaphor for cocaine addiction.
Here are the lyrics:
On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair
Warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air
Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light
My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim
I had to stop for the night
There she stood in the doorway;
I heard the mission bell
And I was thinking to myself,
“This could be Heaven or this could be Hell.”
Then she lit up a candle and she showed me the way
There were voices down the corridor,
I thought I heard them say…
Welcome to the Hotel California
Such a lovely place (Such a lovely place)
Such a lovely face
Plenty of room at the Hotel California
Any time of year (Any time of year)
You can find it here
Her mind is Tiffany-twisted, she got the Mercedes bends
She got a lot of pretty, pretty boys she calls friends
How they dance in the courtyard, sweet summer sweat.
Some dance to remember, some dance to forget
So I called up the Captain,
“Please bring me my wine.”
He said, “We haven’t had that spirit here since nineteen sixty nine.”
And still those voices are calling from far away,
Wake you up in the middle of the night
Just to hear them say…
Welcome to the Hotel California
Such a lovely place (Such a lovely place)
Such a lovely face
They livin’ it up at the Hotel California
What a nice surprise (what a nice surprise)
Bring your alibis
Mirrors on the ceiling,
The pink champagne on ice
And she said, “We are all just prisoners here, of our own device.”
And in the master’s chambers,
They gathered for the feast
They stab it with their steely knives,
But they just can’t kill the beast
Last thing I remember, I was
Running for the door
I had to find the passage back
To the place I was before
“Relax,” said the night man,
“We are programmed to receive.
You can check-out any time you like,
But you can never leave!”
There are many references to demonic possession in the song. First of all, the narrator is on a ‘dark desert highway’, he is isolated in a location where no one will see what is going on — the demons that possess Monarch slaves become their alter personas and mimic their voice and mannerisms; they steal the slaves’ identities. The slaves are lunatics who are spiritually bound by demons and live in a permanent state of dissociation or a ‘dark desert highway’.
Here are the original symbolic lines in order:
‘…warm smell of colitas’ — The term ‘colitas’ means ‘little tails’ in Spanish; in Mexican slang it refers to buds of the cannabis (marijuana) plant — the tip of a marijuana branch, where it is more potent and with more sap.
Drugs are important to open one’s pineal gland or third eye to demonic influences — After Monarch slaves are driven insane, they are drugged before being ritually sodomised to open spiritual doors for demons to possess them.
‘…rising up through the air’ — demonic spirits. Satan is the prince of the power of the air (Ephesians 2:2)
‘…my head grew heavy and my sight grew dim’ — he was drugged
‘I heard the mission bell’ — bells are associated with rituals; Monarch slaves are subjected to Satanic rituals.
‘…this could be Heaven and this could be Hell’ — so the state of dissociation in which Monarch slaves live can be ‘heaven’, which is a blissful state where the boundaries between reality and fiction are blurred (dissociation). It can also be ‘hell’ or a nightmare due to the Satanic rituals, horrific abuse, the mental anguish and spiritual torment.
‘…then she lit up a candle’ — The Mother of Darkness who is assigned to a slave who is being ritually sodomised; candles are used in Satanic rituals
‘…and she showed me the way’ — to enlightenment (via ritual sodomy, which is used to open the pineal gland or third eye to attain gnosis (false knowledge)), not to his room
‘Such a lovely place, such a lovely face’ — dissociation, over the rainbow, into wonderland
‘Plenty of room at the Hotel California’ — the capacity to enslave people through madness and demonic possession is limitless
‘Any time of year, you can find it here’ — they are Monarch slaves and cannot escape their mental, emotional, physical and spiritual prisons
‘…her mind is… twisted’ — lack of morals and deriving pleasure from torturing slaves
‘…she got a lot of pretty, pretty boys’ — male prostitution
‘Some dance to remember, some dance to forget’ — ‘dance’ symbolises electrocution used to subdue Monarch slaves when they fight their demonic possession in a spiritual battle and their lunacy manifests:
Etymology of dance:
2. (intransitive) To leap or move lightly and rapidly.
‘So I called up the Captain’ — invocation of demons, summoned to possess a slave during ritual sodomy
‘Please bring me my wine‘ — wine is code for demonic possession or spiritual binding
Etymology of wine:
From Latin vieō (to bind, interweave), (compare Norwegian vegg (wall).
‘We haven’t had that spirit here since 1969’ — a spirit is a demon. ‘69’ represents a magickal sigil; sigils are used to invoke demons
‘Mirrors on the ceiling’: Mirrors represent duality — the demons that possess Monarch slaves steal their identity and mimic them in every way.
‘…those voices are calling from far away, wake you up in the middle of the night’ — when a person is mad, he or she constantly hears voices in their head; when the lunacy of Monarch slaves manifests, they hear the sounds of the music, pornographic and horror films they were forced to watch to drive them insane, as well as the verbal abuse hurled at them during torture ~ this ‘wakes them up’ from their dissociation.
‘…bring your alibis’ — In Latin, the word alibi means ‘elsewhere’ — Monarch slaves are demonically possessed, dysfunctional lunatics who live in a state of permanent dissociation or spiritual binding. ‘The lights are on, but no one’s home’ is slang for madness.
‘The pink champagne on ice…’ — ‘pink’ symbolises the brain; ‘on ice’ represents the mental brain freeze of the Monarch slave, or their madness and helplessness.
‘We are all just prisoners here, of our own device’ — Monarch slaves are insane; they are tortured until they minds shatter or fracture or explode.
Etymology of device:
4. (Ireland) An improvised explosive device, home-made bomb.
‘…in the master’s chambers’ — the demons that possess Monarch slaves become their controllers or masters. A chamber is a room, in this context it refers to Monarch slaves’ bodies which are occupied by the demons or ‘masters’.
‘…they gather for the feast, they stab it with their steely knives but they just can’t kill the Beast’ –this refers to the manifestation of Monarch slaves’ madness, when they are fighting their demonic possession or spiritual binding. Slaves are then drugged by injecting them with hallucinogens (steely knives), then ritually sodomised for spiritual doors to open for more demons to possess them (the feast):
Etymology of feast:
From Proto-Indo-European *dʰēs- (god, godhead, deity).
Demons are worshipped as gods.
Etymology of beast:
A person who behaves in a violent, antisocial or uncivilised manner.
Insane Monarch slaves fighting demonic possession are like beasts that are hard to control (just can’t kill the beast).
‘…last thing I remember’ — Monarch slaves are insane and cannot remember anything
‘…I was running for the door’ — he tries to break free of his demonic possession
‘…the Night Man’ — Gatekeeper or guardian: the demons that possess Monarch slaves are like soldiers or gatekeepers that bind them spiritually.
‘…we are programmed to receive’ — they are ritually sodomised to facilitate demonic possession or to ‘receive’ demons into their bodies.
‘You can check-out any time you like, but you can never leave’ — ‘Check out’ is slang for die, so a slave can be sacrificed or die during torture, but they will never be free of their demonic possession or madness as long as they are alive.