10 Successful Stars Rumored To Be in The Illuminati
For the past few decades, some of the most popular music videos produced by powerful record labels have featured blatant and reoccurring symbolism. Symbols such as Egyptian pyramids and the infamous all seeing eye These allusions fuel speculation of an artist’s perceived involvement in the secret.society. Although the YouTube conspiracies can be a bit of a stretch, some of the reoccurring dark symbolism in music videos really makes you wonder what message those in power are actually trying to send. Here are some of the usual suspects and facts, now you be the judge.
7. Kanye West
Rap phenomenon, Kanye West once rapped in a concert that he sold his soul to the devil. In his earlier works, Kanye rapped about his Christianity and even released a song titled, “Jesus Walks.” He can frequently be seen in clothing with shocking occult designs and patterns. Many of his lyrics and music video content is abundant with dark and mysterious material. In his song “Eyes Closed,” Kanye raps that he sold his soul to the devil, and it came with a few toys like a happy meal. Conspiracy theorists believe that Illuminati puppets are given fame, wealth and power, in exchange for selling their soul to the devil. Just as the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs were self proclaimed god’s, recently Kanye started referring to himself as Yeezus, which is a play on Jesus.
6. Lil Wayne
Rapper, Lil Wayne is believed to be a long time member of the illuminati. In his music video for the song, “Love Me,” featuring Drake and Future, occult symbolism is heavily depicted throughout; Including a scene in which Lil Wayne’s eyes roll into his head, appearing momentarily possessed, while women are shown bathing in a tub of blood. The rapper has also been accused by conspiracy theorists of performing questionable ritualistic sex acts with his mentor, rapper Birdman. .
5. Katy Perry
Pop star, Katy Perry is among the more recent celebs rumored to be involved with the Illuminati. Over the course of her career, occultism has become more and more prevalent in her music videos and lyrics. Beginning with her controversial song “E.T. ” featuring rapper Kanye West. The song has been referred to by conspiracy theorists as a love song for Satan in which she praises and pledges allegiance to him. More recently, her latest single, “Dark Horse,” centers around the use of magic, and the music video depicts an ancient Egyptian theme. In a recent interview, Katy mentions that she began as an unsuccessful gospel artist, and says rather facetiously, that her career didn’t take off until she finally sold her soul to the devil.
4. Lady Gaga
Lady gaga rose to fame in 2008, with the release of her debut album, “The Fame” and has been enveloped in Illuminati rumors ever since. She is ranked up there with Rihanna for frequently having a prevalent amount of occult symbolism in her music videos, concert performances and song lyrics. Independent.co.uk once reported that room service staff at the Intercontinental Hotel in London, accused Lady Gaga of bathing in blood as an alleged satanic ritual, after leaving behind a tub filled with red liquid. Her ascension to mega star status is one of the fastest in music history. After just six short years into her music career, Lady gaga is already worth a reported $190 million.
Referred to as the, “Princess of the Illuminati,” Illuminati rumors have surrounded Rihanna since the release of her third studio album titled, “Good Girl, Gone Bad.” Her music videos seem to consistently feature more dark occult symbolism than any other recording artists in the industry today. She’s among the many accused celebrities who deny being involved in the Illuminati, and asserts that she knows nothing about the secret society, but her image is very contradictory. Her music video for “Umbrella,” in particular received tons of backslash by conspiracy theorists as an outright representation of Satanism. She’s also criticized for her overt sexuality, which conspiracy theorists believe she uses to further a supposed sexual agenda put forth by the illuminati.
America’s beloved sweetheart, Beyoncé, introduced us to her alter ego, Sasha Fierce in 2003. You tube conspiracy theorists refer to her infamous alter ego as a demonic spiritual entity that possesses Beyonce during her performances. It is believed by conspiracy theorists that Beyonce is killed off in a scene in the “Crazy in Love” music video. Afterwards Sasha fierce is born, when Beyonce makes a re-appearance in a new outfit. Many of Beyonce’s music videos and concert shows are heavily rife with occult symbolism, though she maintains publicly that she is of Christian faith.
1. Jay Z
Referred to as the “godfather of the Illuminati,” Jay Z is the mastermind behind the infamous triangular hand symbol known as,”The Roc.” Concert goers are often encouraged to, “throw their diamonds in the sky,” or, “throw their rocks in the air.” The hand sign is sometimes thrown up over one eye. Conspiracy theorists believe this gesture symbolizes the eye of Horus, which in ancient Egypt signifies protection, royal power and good health. Jay Z also goes by the moniker, J-hov, a shortened version of Jehovah, meaning God in Hebrew. Illuminati members are known to see themselves as God, as the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs did. The rapper’s controversial lyrics often contain occult references. In line with the notion that Illuminati initiates usually come from poor backgrounds and experience immense wealth, Jay Z was raised in the impoverished Marcy projects of Brooklyn, New York and today is worth $550 million.