There is video footage1 of Beyoncé at sixteen years old, discussing the first Destiny’s Child album. She calls herself the serious one in the group, the mother, who looks after everyone and keeps them in line. Clearly, Beyoncé had always been a hard worker with great leadership skills. Her advice to the world was to keep God first, go to church every Sunday as a family, pray and stay humble. She says, “I know we’re gonna stay humble. If you ever meet me and I have a little attitude, just slap me.” What could have happened to this girl to transform her into the creature that seemingly emerged at the 2012 super bowl halftime show, or the pornography spectacular of the 2014 VMA’s? Savvy researchers will already know the answer to that.
Even if part of Beyoncé’s personality was a true Christian, there was no slippery slope of propriety in her music and image. There was no “Amy Grant phase” for these girls. Destiny’s Child jumped straight into the deep end of sexuality and low vibration themes with songs like “Jumpin’ Jumpin’” that invited all the ladies and fellas to leave their significant other at home to go clubbing with strangers. The hit “Bootyliscious” gave no attention to “God” and put the focus squarely on the carnal. All of this was long before she ever became involved with Jay-Z, so it is clear that Beyoncé was groomed to be a sexual icon by her parents from the very beginning.
An entire series could be written about Jay-Z and his connections. He refers to himself as “Hovah” or “Jayhovah, the God MC” which leads you to believe that he is a Luciferian because part of their creed is
that man is god. In the lyrics of his song “Run This Town Tonite”, Jay-Z alludes to Masonic membership when he raps: “I’m in Mason”. The menacing extras from the music video could double for members of the ISIS terrorist group. In 2013, Jay-Z raised some eyebrows when he was spotted at a Nets game wearing a medallion with the logo of the Five-Percent Nation, an off-shoot of the Nation Of Islam who believe “the black man is God and created the universe, and is physically stronger and intellectually stronger and more righteous naturally.” It is apparent that he has been initiated into something, and taught certain esoteric secrets. The triangle hand symbol that he uses ad nauseam and has taught to his neophytes, he claims, represents a diamond, which is a playoff of the word Rock in Roc-A-Fella records. Kanye West explained in the song “Through the Wire” that it’s a sign for the Greek letter Delta. When Jay-Z poses with his eye behind the triangle, it leads some to think the symbol is of an “all seeing eye”. Both “diamond” and “Delta” are references to Monarch programming, the former being a class of slaves that are used in high profile and the latter is a brain wave state, and a level of programming having to do with military-assassins, this also a reference to Egypt.
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In magic, the Triangle of Manifestation is used to amplify the energy of the ritual in performance. According to the Encyclopedia of Wicca and Witchcraft, the triangle is shown as it is used in ritual and explains the principle behind magickal manifestation. This basic principle is rooted in the number three. According to metaphysics, in order to manifest something, three components must come together. These are time, space and energy. Accordingly, if one selects a space, and a time, and then directs energy there, a manifestation occurs. For the Cabbalist magician, this gesture can be done as protection from psychic attack or to transfer the essence of the Moon’s magical power into a talisman. A magician may also draw a Triangle of Manifestation outside of his Circle of Protection for the purpose of physically manifesting other spirit entities with incantations and incense.
Notice how Roc-a-fella sounds just like Rockefeller, one of the ten main Illuminati banker families in the world. The Rockefellers are huge in New York City, and in Jay-Z’s song, “Empire State of Mind”, the lyrics state “Hail Mary to the city, you’re a virgin, and Jesus can’t save you, life starts where the church ends.” The first lady of Roc-a-fella, and Jay-Z’s former protégé, Amil, has many revealing things to say about him in her song “Quarrels” from her 2000 album “All Money is Legal”. It is assumed she is rapping about Jay-Z but she might as well be talking about Lucifer itself…
Yo, ever since I known you, you been out to get me
Acting like my peeps, but I know that’s how you tricked me
Love to see me get high, love to see my tipsy
Heard you even wanna stick a little chip in me
You been trying to play me close ever since my shine
Wanna take me to dinner, feed me shrimp and swine
You said, “Amil I want you to meet a good friend of mine
His name is Money and we partners till the end of time”
Introduced me to your clique, hate, envy, lust and greed
Said you want the whole world in ya custody
And if I give you my soul you’ll give me luxuries
Said you could hit me up wit power, it’s just up to me
I turn you on when I’m in short skirts and tight jeans
You want my kids to write Santa and celebrate Halloween
Told me sell my people crack and get rich off fens
You love the number six but hate the number thirteen…
…It was always something bout you that made my skin crawl
You turned me into a player and showed me how to ball
You give me rewards when I rob and steal
Want me to abort my babies and get on the pill
You put burners in the hood so each other we kill
I see your eye watching me on the dollar bills
When I got the scoop on you, it just made you mad…
…You built Sodom and Gomorra for us all to live in
When we was cool you used to tell me all your visions
Like how you gonna rule the nations under one religion
You got this New World order, it’s like a big prison
You said you wanna be worshipped from noon to noon
Nothings gonna get better is what we all assumed
Cause nights is getting shorter and it’s snowing in June
I see you working overtime cause you out of here soon
Jay-Z’s clothing line, Rocawear, sports hoodies that say “Do what thou wilt” and “Masters of the Craft”. The Masonic compass and square, Eye of Horus, head of Baphomet and more can be found in the collection. Although there is no official evidence that Jay-Z is a member of the O.T.O., Luciferian symbols and themes saturate his art work. On his 2003 record, “The Black Album”, he sings a song called “Lucifer”. On the “The Gray Album” which is a mash up by DJ Danger Mouse, there is reverse speech imbedded in the track when played forward clearly states “I can introduce you to evil”, “666 Murder Murder Jesus”, and “I leave niggas on deaths door”. His recent 2013 album, “Magna Carta… Holy Grail”, invokes imagery of the O.T.O. as their official sigil is made of an Eye of Horus, a dove and the Holy Grail inside the vesica piscis. For more information on the O.T.O., check out Weird Stuff! Operation: Culture Creation Part 2. Basically, the O.T.O. is the teachings of Aleister Crowley’s Thelema and Adam Weishaupt’s Illuminati, dressed up as Catholics and ancient Egyptian gods doing sex magic. If you’re brave enough for a look inside Jay-Z and crew’s psyche, look up the 2010 song, “Monster”, by Kanye, Jay-Z, and Nicki Minaj. Lyrics from Jay-Z include: “Sasquatch, Godzilla, King Kong, Lochness, Goblin, Ghoul, a zombie with no conscience, question what do all these things have in common? Everybody knows I’m a m*****f****** monster”… “None of you niggas have seen the carnage that I’ve seen. I still hear fiends scream in my dreams. Murder murder in black convertibles. I kill a block I murder avenues. Rape and pillage a village, women and children.” The music video features rapping on a throne amidst hanging dead models, Kanye in bed with dead models, dead models on the dining table about to be dismembered by chainsaw, zombie cannibalism, a dead model stuffed in the couch, Kanye holding a severed head, and Nicki Minaj as a monster dominatrix to her own alter personality. This is the culture and contract Beyoncé entered into in 2003 at the tender age of 21.
“Crazy in Love” was the debut solo single by Beyoncé, featuring Jay-Z. All Beyoncé’s previous singles had been recorded and released with Destiny’s Child. This is a technique used commonly by the industry to separate the chosen one further from her lifelong friends and support system. The same thing happened to Gwen Stefani from No Doubt, and the video for their song “Don’t Speak” tells the story of this. Beyoncé told People Magazine: “Sasha Fierce was born when I did ‘Crazy in Love.’ People, when they meet me, expect that all the time, but that person is strictly for the stage.”2 The video tells the story of the birth of Sasha Fierce, by depicting through symbolic scenes the steps she took during transformation. In the beginning she is seen walking towards a speeding car with Jay-Z in the backseat. The driver is not shown. At first Beyoncé is dressed in plain clothes, sexy, but plain. She does an erotic dance prostrating herself and transforms into a model being photographed multiple times, now she is in the culture media. From lowly girl to icon through sex and dancing is a theme also used by Miley Cyrus in the 2009 Teen Choice Awards where she comes from an air stream trailer to get up on the pole and become a star. Coincidentally, this very scene can be found in the opening credits animation of Anna Nicole Smith’s reality show. The next transition in “Crazy in Love”, shows Beyoncé in stylish clothes with dancers who symbolize all the youth that will emulate her. In the final scene, the old Beyoncé is burned to death and explodes while trapped in the backseat of a car by Jay-Z, who calls himself “Young” in the song. After the explosion, Sasha Fierce is born from the fire like a phoenix, dancing next to Jay-Z, looking sexy, yet devilish. In his verse, Jay-Z calls Beyoncé “Young B” because she was just reborn as Sasha Fierce. This must have been a time of her first initiation because Sasha didn’t officially come out until much later.
Beyoncé’s album, I Am…Sasha Fierce debuted in 2008, the same year she and Jay-Z are said to have wed in a private ceremony at the rapper’s New York apartment. The couple dated for six years before making it official. Beyoncé is notoriously tight lipped about her personal life in interviews. While she wouldn’t discuss how Jay-Z proposed, or even if he proposed, “We’ve been together a long time. We always knew it would happen,” is all she would say to MTV News. Beyoncé tells the magazine that the wedding was very small and intimate, because she’s not a “traditional” woman and having it be “her day” wasn’t something she needed. Being a star and walking the red carpet has diminished the need for that over the years. “It’s been my day so many days already,” she told the magazine. She didn’t want an engagement ring because “people put too much emphasis on that. It’s just material, and it’s just silly to me,” she said. Instead of just getting wedding rings, the couple got matching tattoos of the Roman numeral four on their ring fingers. The number four is special to the couple because her birthday is September 4, his birthday is December 4, and their wedding anniversary is April 4, 2008. It seems like their wedding was the most low key event the couple ever hosted. Was Beyoncé even excited to marry Jay-Z? Tina Knowles’ brother, Larry Beyince, spoke candidly about the Knowles family private life in a revealing interview with Celebuzz.3 Beyoncé’s uncle says at first she wasn’t attracted to Jay Z, and he thinks she only married him because she was lonely. “He was after her and she wasn’t. She told me she wasn’t too particularly fond of him”, said Beyince. “I would see him with her and pictures of them, I heard rumors they were together and she told me ‘no.’ You know how women get that look like ‘eww.’ I guess she wasn’t attracted to him. I was surprised she married him.”
The theme of the album I am…Sasha Fierce revolves around the duality between the good Beyoncé and the evil Sasha Fierce. This spiritual struggle is fought in the songs, the pictures and the videos. Images from the album contrast the purity and Christianity of Beyoncé versus Sasha Fierce who clearly represents the dark side. Photos of Sasha depict her in black and white posing with not one, but two goats’ heads, one a hood ornament and the other painted in color on her motorcycle costume. “Riding the Goat” is a masonic initiation where an inductee will ride a goat/tricycle contraption blindfolded while being pushed around the room by Lodge members. This ritual is no doubt a watered down version of ancient pagan goat/Devil worship where coven members would copulate with a live goat or the leader of the coven, dressed as Baphomet. Songs like “Ave Maria” and “Halo” on the I Am side contain spiritual connotations while the tracks “Sweet Dreams” and “Video Phone” on the Sasha Fierce side have abundant Monarch mind control symbolism. Victims of Monarch programming often report that one of the personalities they are given is a genuine Christian who goes to church, actually believes in Christ and is a good cover personality to detract suspicion from cult activity. Later on, the victim may be required to sacrifice an animal that has been given the same name as the Christian alter. Who knows for sure if Beyoncé has been in the Monarch program since childhood, or if this was a result of fame and her exposure to Jay-Z?The music video for “Sweet Dreams” looks like something out of the Exorcist. It opens with Beyoncé in a restless sleep while a chilling lullaby plays in the background. She floats out of her bed with a dove above her (remember the dove in the sigil of the O.T.O) and emits a terrifying scream to introduce the song. Lyrics clearly outline Beyoncé’s seduction into the dark side, where she sings about a lover that comes to her in her sleep that she wishes were real. She sings, “You can be a sweet dream or a beautiful nightmare, either way I don’t want to wake up from you.” Imagery from the video shows classic Monarch symbolism of Beyoncé trapped in a maze of mirrors, representing alters, or a fragmented mind. She shatters the mirrors into shards, further exposing the point of a shattered mind. The video ends with her as a stylish robot.
In 2010, Beyoncé told Allure Magazine that she killed Sasha Fierce because she didn’t need her anymore. In 2013 Beyoncé held a directors screening in New Your City of her new album just released on itunes. She revealed another alter ego called “Yonce” who was created while she was in the studio with Dream and Justin Timberlake, but they are all ultimately a part of her. So, what or who was the force she channeled at the 2013 Super Bowl half time show? Highly unflattering still shots of the performance inspired hundreds of different photoshops of her bizarre expressions. Eerie elements of the show also left the alternative research community scratching their heads and considering spirit possession as a possibility. For more on this subject, check out Weird Stuff: Operation Culture Creation Part 2, Monarchs, Voodoo & Rock and Roll. The 2013 Super Bowl also featured the Sandy Hook chorus singing “Over the Rainbow”, which is a classic MK Ultra programming song. They were joined by Jennifer Hudson, aka the “new Whitney Houston” who also survived a strange tragedy, with the triple-murder of her mother, brother and nephew in 2008. Beyoncé’s entire performance focused on duality and the multiplying of personalities, the stage itself was two faces that look like her. With special effects she multiplies herself into her own team of back up dancers, many times leaving the audience wondering which one is the real Beyoncé. Black and white hypnotic patterns are used heavily throughout the performance.
Beyoncé told BET when she sang “Crazy in Love” at their awards show in 2003, that was the first time she felt possessed by another entity. “I remember right before I performed, I raised my hands up and it was kinda the first time I felt something else come into me and I knew that was gonna be my coming out night.” During her super bowl performance, she raised her hands in the air and this the point where most commentators believe she was possessed. Still shots of the few seconds after she put her hands up show a very fierce face that is hard to argue that it doesn’t look demonic. Whether or not you think spirit possession is a reality is up to you, but it is documented fact that rock music evolved from voodoo where music is played specifically to invite the spirits to possess the faithful.
A hidden track from I Am…Sasha Fierce, 2008
I lay alone awake at night
Sorrow fills my eyes
But I’m not strong enough to cry
Despite of my disguise
I’m left with no shoulder
But everybody wants to lean on me.
I guess I’m their soldier.
Well, who’s gonna be mine
Who’s there to save the hero
When she’s left all alone
And she’s crying out for help.
Who’s there to save the hero
Who’s there to save the girl…
After she saves the world
After she saves the world.
I bottle all my hurt inside,
I guess I’m living in lie.
Inside my mind each day I die
What can bring me back to life?
A simple word, a gesture
Someone to say you’re beautiful
Come find this buried treasure
Rainbows lead to a pot of gold
I’ve given too much of myself
And now it’s driving me crazy
(I’m crying out for help)
Sometimes I wish someone would
Just come here and save me…
Save me from myself
- “Young Beyoncé Talking About God, Staying Humble, and Motivation”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZL_eRY1PvxM
- People Magazine, November 18th, 2008
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