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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Jay-Z’s “Run This Town” And The Occult Connections!

First off this post is more about questioning Jay-Z motives for embracing the occult if in fact that is what he has done. Now
what is the Illuminati and this secret society that is increasingly being mentioned in hip hop music? Is there a masonic connection or pagan worship in all of this? Many of our kids and young people love this music, so we need to check it very carefully. Now it has been long rumored that Jay-Z is part of some sort of occult and most likely it could be "The Freemasonry." Due to the hints slipped in his songs and the imagery that is being used. Now let me make another disclaimer: I have never listen to any of Jay-Z music so I can't say if that statement is true or not. But I have been reading alot about Mr. Jay-Z and other young artists who are supposedly part of this secret society. There's a slew of videos that are making the rounds on YouTube, and what they claim is shocking. Now Jay-Z, supposedly is one of the biggest up and coming stars and leaders of today. Rumor is Jay-Z is actually a member of the Illuminati, a secret society with its sights set on enslaving the coming generation. Generally speaking, unless the information is coming from a reputable source, Wikipedia or some other for example. I take information I find on the Internet with a grain of salt. But I have to admit, after watching some of the videos, I found myself questioning some things. . So, I decided to do a little more research. What I uncovered sure surprise me. Now ”Run This Town” certainly adds fuel to this fire. In his latest video “Run This Town” (featuring Rihanna and Kanye West) contains a lot of occult symbolism relating to secret societies. We’ll look at the symbolism in this song and in his clothing line, Rocawear. What do you think? I’m pretty sure Jay-Z does it on purpose and that he appreciates the attention it gets him. Now from my understanding he has been steadily displaying occult symbolism in his songs, videos and in the designs of his clothing line Rocawear for years... My question is he now initiated in one of those Brotherhoods and eager to show it off?

26 comments:

  1. That is about the most ridiculous thing I've heard in a long time. Why do people entertain this foolishness is beyond me. Also I think there is a difference between being in a church/religious institution, a cult, a freemason, fraternity/sorority/society member etc.

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  2. browngirlmindspasm thanks for your comment and "opinion." What's ridiculous?

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  3. I just think folks have a lot of time on their hands when they could be something productive. For instance, instead clinking on the link in your blog that goes into further detail about the video, I should have been working on a paper for class instead of entertaining this. Like I've said before, if you don't like it, leave it alone. You do not know him nor do I believe that you are going to seek him out personally to question his beliefs.
    I'm just asking what's the point except to add one more thing on an ever growing list of conspiracy theories. If you believe what you say you believe, then he should be no threat to you. If you are concerned about your children following him, then you're not doing your job as their role model and primary teacher.

    Just my two cents.

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  4. @browngirlmindspasm every thing is not for every body. So this information is not for you so what's your point? No one is forcing you to read nor click on a link.

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  5. Apparently I have offended/angered you and for that I apologize. All I was trying to say was..Jay Z is far away from my actual day to day life...for my place here the most I can do for him is to pray him and make a decision if continuing to listen to his music is appropriately. No one forced me to read the link, I did so voluntarily and willingly to see what it was about. I simply mentioned my paper as an example of opportunity cost ie I went to the mall therefore I could not go to the bank. I hope you understand.

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  6. I hate to say it, but Hip Hop just isn't deep enough for this. To imply this would be to accept that there is some semblance of intelligence behind it. I think you're giving it more credit than it deserves.

    If anything they were just looking for a hook.....because this type of music doesn't have anything else to offer other than shaking booties and jiggling breasts.

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  7. I disagree with most of the comments except for those made by the blogger. Her point wasn't really to question Jay-z's believe (obviously). but as a mother as she possibly is, it is her duty to monitor the music/artist her children idolizes/listen to. If they are promoting anything contrary to acceptable values and sending subliminal messages which are meant to stare minds away from God; messages that declare allegiance to satanic occultic organizations, then she is not wrong to talk about it.

    In referring to Jay-Z, it is quite clear that he is a member of the Freemason. He wears a masonic ring and throws around masonic symbols.

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  8. Seeing "do what thou wilt" on the image with Baphamet, I had to make another comment. Whenever people hear about the supposed agenda behind a lot of the music; the plan to use music to send across suggestion and subliminal messages to inject different ideology in the subconscious of people. Most people throw this off as merely a conspiracy theory.

    But anybody who knows anything about Aleister Crowley and his impact on modern culture, would know that what is happening in the music is real and not just a conspiracy theory.

    Crowley said years ago (died in 1947), that the occult agenda of getting people to "Do what thou wilt" will be spread through different avenues. In music, in movies, through whatever means necessary.

    Also, Aleister Clowley is the author of the book of the law, which states that the whole book of the law can summed by: "do what thou wilt".

    Crowley is also referred to as the father of the modern new age movement.

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  9. I have to agree with Mark and JJ brock on this one. Sure, there are other things going on in the world, and maybe Jay Z isn't part of some super secret order, but he is part of the world system of Mammon and that is enough for me.

    Hip hop by itself is a style of music, nothing more, nothing less, but Big Business and its love of money is a whole nother thing and Jay Z is as much a part of that now as the other players in our economy.

    There is and alwasy wil be an agenda of Satan to decieve, by any means he can, hip hop and big business included.

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  10. The connection between the music industry an the occult goes way back, though most people feel it's a marketing ploy to get kids interested. However an interesting point is that Jimi Page did buy Aliester Crowley's old mansion. Crowley was the one who coined the 'do as thou wilt' phrase.

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  11. Everyone will agree that people have often misunderstood the words of the Bible and then done awful things in God's name. Crowley understood that people would do the exact same thing with his words. If you do not have an appropriate understanding of something, you will often misrepresent and defile it. Crowley's major mission was to open the world's eyes to the powerful institutions that violently control the world through misrepresentation of God's words.

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  12. @wklaus23 - You surely not talking about Crowley aka 666 the beast, the author of the demonic book of the law. The man who inspired Anton LaVey to start the church of satan. The man who influenced rock & roll and heavy metal. Jimmy Page was so inspired by him that he purchased the house he [Crowley] once owned. Crowley was satanic as can be; he said he wasn't just interested in knowing about the devil, but said he wanted to seek him and get a whole of him.

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  13. I am speaking of the man, not the myth. I am speaking of an explorer of consciousness, a man who sought to liberate his own mind, body and spirit. There are people who still believe he sacrificed human beings. I recognize that we will never see eye to eye on this. But at least try to see that Crowley condemned a Church, not Jesus. He saw evil in the way that modern religious institutions created a system that lead to death, poverty, and the spread of ignorance through racism, sexism, and classism. Crowley had many faults, but a Satanist or Black Magician was not one of them.

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  14. ANN BROCK.... DO YOUR THING! I'M UP ON IT I KNOW ABOUT, I AM EXPERINCCED WITH KIND OF OCCULT KNOWLEDGE AND IT IS NOT FOR EVERYBODY, HOWEVER DONT KNOCK IT, UR JOURNEY HAS JUST BEGUN! ITAND IT'S REAL ISH! DUMB ASSES CAN'T RESPECT UR WORK BECAUSE THEIR "SLEEP"--- BETTER YET "DEAD". LET EM BE.

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  15. THIS KNOWLEDGE GIVES ONE POWER IN ALL AREAS OF THEIR LIFE, THATS WHY IT IS KEPT AMONGST A SMALL CLASS OF PEOPLE. IF ANYTHING GET TO KNOW BAPHAMET AND ITS TRU MEANING AND DEEP HIDDEN (OCCULT) SYMBOLISM. TRUST ME, U CANT AND WONT GO WRONG ESPECIALLY IF U ARE A PERSON OF MELANIN.

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  16. I would not be so quick to discount Jay-Z intentions. He does have a lot of imagry in in music. "This is Roc's Nation" i.e rocafeller. Look as his symbol that he is allways sporting the pyrmid with the all seeing eye


    google run this town account and look for the npr link.

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  17. browngirlmindspasm I think you are ridculous look up the trailer of when Jayz is talking about his song and music video run this town. He is wearing the shirt "Do as thou wilt" seems innocent is not. look up those words, it is the creed to A. Crowley an outspoken occult leader. google jay-z and "do as thou wilt" you will see him in the shirt. now go to the library or online if you must and look up the quote "do as thou wilt" directly related to the occult. He is making it obvoius. He was not unaware of what the shirt meant. you soiund really stupid to not believe it. what can you say of that. or his song entitled lucifer or d-evils, (devils). now heres the thing he is directly connected to the occult which is why he shows it off wear his shirts like i wear my shirts about my lord and Savior Jesus Christ. If you dont want to believe it thats your choice i wont agrue about its your soul in jeopardy not mine.

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  18. browngirl, i mean the fact is that he is into the occult, thats it as long as ppl know and are aware of what they are listening to then thats their choice. but i dont think you can rightfully call it ridiculous when he is clearly wearing hte shirt with the words "do as thou wilt" look up what that means it is connected to Crowly and his occult beliefs. look at jay-z wearing hte shirt in an mtv interview about the run this town video. I mean im not worried about if you still listen to him or not but dont get upset. i mean do you really think it is some big coinsceince that he is wearing htat shirt. or that he has a song called lucifer and d-evils (devils) and was prideful enough to accept the name j-hova, different spelling but a named referred to in the Bible. I mean if you take all those as coinscience fine but really explain the shirt please and once you do some research on that quote on the shirt please explain how it is so ridiculous i would love to know what you will make up to explain that. lol

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  19. for all u ppl that think the masons aint in hiphop u have deluded yourself or is u just so hang up on these artist that u will follow them blindly.........just think about if u wanted to control a mass of ppl how would u do it without causing any alarms.........just think about it....

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  20. http://peaceperfectionpure9.blogspot.com/2009/12/alister-crowley-sates-in-her-book.html

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  21. I've enjoyed the reading on here. There is a ex-hip hop guy named craig louis or lewis that confirms alot of artist,performers are in this O.T.O order. Also remember that knowledge is power to protect you.
    Thank you Ann!! for your great article.

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  22. A 5 part series to help clear things up, only if you dare to....

    http://www.tvsdac.org/article.php?id=10#AudioVideo

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  23. I've enjoyed the reading on here. There is a ex-hip hop guy named craig louis or lewis that confirms alot of artist,performers are in this O.T.O order. Also remember that knowledge is power to protect you.
    Thank you Ann!! for your great article.

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  24. I am speaking of the man, not the myth. I am speaking of an explorer of consciousness, a man who sought to liberate his own mind, body and spirit. There are people who still believe he sacrificed human beings. I recognize that we will never see eye to eye on this. But at least try to see that Crowley condemned a Church, not Jesus. He saw evil in the way that modern religious institutions created a system that lead to death, poverty, and the spread of ignorance through racism, sexism, and classism. Crowley had many faults, but a Satanist or Black Magician was not one of them.

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  25. The connection between the music industry an the occult goes way back, though most people feel it's a marketing ploy to get kids interested. However an interesting point is that Jimi Page did buy Aliester Crowley's old mansion. Crowley was the one who coined the 'do as thou wilt' phrase.

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  26. I have to agree with Mark and JJ brock on this one. Sure, there are other things going on in the world, and maybe Jay Z isn't part of some super secret order, but he is part of the world system of Mammon and that is enough for me.

    Hip hop by itself is a style of music, nothing more, nothing less, but Big Business and its love of money is a whole nother thing and Jay Z is as much a part of that now as the other players in our economy.

    There is and alwasy wil be an agenda of Satan to decieve, by any means he can, hip hop and big business included.

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