As expected, Super Bowl XLIX’s half-time performance had its share of Illuminati symbolism.
Ever since Janet Jackson’s 2004 “Nipple-gate” show, where boy band all-star Justin Timberlake tore Jackson’s dress, exposing a bare nipple festooned with a sun emblem on national television, the half time show has become a tool to broadcast powerful occult symbols into millions of unsuspecting football fans’ homes.
It’s widely theorized ancient symbols and archetypes affect the human psyche on a subconscious, metaphysical level, effectively inducing certain thought patterns.
Needless to say, pop star Katy Perry’s show this year didn’t let those reading between the lines down.
The 12-minute performance, sponsored by PepsiCo, began with Perry outfitted in a flame pattern dress, possibly representative of her right-hand role to the ruler of the underworld.
This would be a ludicrous assumption, except for the fact that Perry herself has admitted in an interview that she “sold [her] soul to the devil.”
“When I was 15, because I grew up in a household where all I ever did was listen to gospel music…. I swear I wanted to be, like, the Amy Grant of music, but it didn’t work out, and so I sold my soul to the devil,” the singer confessed.
Other celebrities, such as Nicole Scherzinger of the now-defunct Pussy Cat Dolls, have gone on record claiming you “have to sell your soul to the devil” to be successful in the entertainment industry.
“This is such a tough industry, you know. To make it, you really have to sell your soul to the devil,” Scherzinger said in an interview with The Independent last year.
When asked whether she’d done that, she responded, “No, I haven’t. That’s probably why I haven’t quite reached the top of my mountain. I mean, where’s my Tony Award, my Grammy, my Oscar? Why don’t I have any of those things yet?”
Elsewhere on the web, comparisons are being drawn between Perry’s lion-riding opener and the ancient Egyptian goddess ISIS:
Undoubtedly the most obvious occult symbol broadcast yesterday was that of the checkerboard floor pattern, projection mapped onto the stage at one point during Perry’s performance.
The mosaic design is closely linked to the Freemason secret society, a fraternity known for conducting strange initiation rites derived from British and French traditions ostensibly meant to create “better men.”
“The mosaic pavement is an old symbol of the Order,” explains Albert Mackey in his Encyclopedia of Freemasonry. “It is met with in the earliest Rituals of the eighteenth century. It is classed among the ornaments of the Lodge in combination with the indented tassel and the blazing star. Its parti-colored stones of black and white have been readily and appropriately interpreted as symbols of the evil and good of human life.”
For centuries, Freemasons have entrenched themselves in politics, the judicial system, pop culture and other positions of influence, but their secretive nature always bore speculation.
In 2004, an accident at a Freemason lodge in New York shed light on what the rituals entail.
The New York Times covered the story:
The climax of Monday night’s ceremony was to be a simple prank. A new member of the Fellow Craft Club, a select group within the lodge, would sit in a chair while an older member stood 20 feet away and fired a handgun loaded with blanks.
That ritual went terribly wrong inside Southside Masonic Lodge No. 493, in a basement littered with rat traps, tin cans, a 9-foot-tall guillotine, and a setup designed to mimic walking a plank.
The shooter, a 76-year-old Mason, Albert Eid, was carrying two guns, a .22-caliber handgun with blanks in his left pocket, and a .32-caliber gun with live rounds in his right pocket.
He reached into his right pants pocket, pulled out the wrong gun and shot William James, a 47-year-old fellow Mason, in the face, killing him, the authorities said.
But masons have also played a critical role in the development of our nation. George Washington, for example, is likely the most iconic member of the craft, and other influential men like Winston Churchill, Mark Twain, AKA Samuel Clemens, and Charles A. Lindbergh are also said to have been members.
Prior to the Super Bowl, Perry had made a name for herself performing other occult rituals.
Last year, even the corporate media had to question whether Perry, who some have dubbed an “illuminati priestess,” had performed ritualistic witchcraft before millions at the Grammy Awards.
Um, did we just witness actual witchcraft during Katy Perry’s #Grammys performance?
— E! Online (@eonline) January 27, 2014
Watch the performance here.
On top of that, Perry has actually admitted that she would like to join the illuminati.
“Listen,” she said in an interview with Rolling Stone, “if the Illuminati exist, I would like to be invited! I see all that shit, and I’m like, ‘Come on, let me in! I want to be in the club!’ I have no idea what it is. It sounds crazy.
“Weird people on the Internet that have nothing to do find, like, strange triangles in your hand motions,” she continues. “I guess you’ve kind of made it when they think you’re in the Illuminati. But listen, I believe in aliens, so if people want to believe in Illuminati, great.”
Last year’s show featuring Bruno Mars wasn’t as blatant, despite the vocalist appearing in a Cleveland Show episode about the Illuminati music industry, but other half time spectacles definitely haven’t held back.
The 2012 performance, for example, featured Madonna sitting on the throne of baphomet, and making baphomet-like hand gestures. Nothing sinister about that.
Then there was Beyonce’s 2013 show, in which she made it a point to prominently display the all-seeing eye hand symbol for all to see.
Whatever the motivation for blasting occult satanic symbols in our faces, it’s important to recognize them, decipher them and decode them in order to defuse their subconscious programming efforts.