posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 11:02 PM
- "Coming off the dome" and "coming off the top" are Masonic codewords. "Dome" comes from "domas" which means "the presence of God" in
Greek. "Coming off the top" probably refers to the capstone coming off the top of the frustrum ("unfinished pyramid").
- "Bread" is part of the Masonic "increased wages."
- "Crown" comes from the corona of the sun. Freemasonry is partially a sun-worshipping cult.
- "Jake" probably comes from Jachin, which is one of the pillars of Solomon's Temple.
- "Bo" and "az" (ass) are said as part of the grip of an Entered Apprentice.
- The "Palladium" is the name of a secret society related to Freemasonry.
- "Ballin'" probably comes from "Baal."
- The word "badonk" actually was not invented within hip-hop culture. I forget where it comes from, though.
- Neither was the word "chickenhead." It comes from a book by Philip K. Dick.
- Philip K. Dick also wrote a book called "Confessions of a Crap Artist."
- "Baby blue" is considered the most sacred color in Freemasonry.
- The red cap is also known as the "Phrygian cap."
- "Black" is the color of the Saturnalian (Satanic) cults, as well as the "Black Nobility."
- Tommy Hilfiger made clothes in red, blue, yellow, green and white, which are the five colors of the Order of the Eastern Star. They represent the
four elements fire, air, earth and water, and the fifth element "acacia" which is the ether.
- "The most high" is a phrase used by Freemasons to refer to God.
- The phrase "rules and regulations" is used in the Masonic lodge.
- Freemasonry was supported during medieval times by "alchemists." It should be obvious by now why they wanted to turn "lead" into "gold."
- The rapper Common actually did a song called "Communism." He also did a song called "I Used To Love H.E.R." (A reference to the Masonic
- Rapper Jay-Z has been photographed giving a Masonic handshake to rapper Nas while on-stage.
- "Ether" is acacia, which is spiritual essence. "Acacia wood" is also used in Masonic fables to symbolize an erection.
- Nas's first album "Illmatic" and Jay-Z's first album "Reasonable Doubt" are both loaded with Masonic symbols. Notorious B.I.G.'s first album
"Ready to Die," however, contains more Buddhist influence reflecting pre-hip-hop black culture.
- Tupac Shakur's breakthrough single "I Get Around" comes from a Masonic codeword.
- Kanye West has been photographed doing all kinds of Masonic things, including wearing a white Baphomet t-shirt.
- Justin Timberlake, who has collaborated with several rappers, was born in "Memphis."
- The "roc" is an Ancient Egyptian bird.
- A "knot" is a physical feature of the phoenix.
- Africa Bambataa has used all sorts of Ancient Egyptian symbology.
- Mos Def made a song called "Travelling Man" which is a Masonic codeword.
- One of the most popular hip-hop songs is Sean Paul - Gimme The Light.
- Many rap songs refer to "diamonds" and "sands" (sands are the "rough sands of the desert," which symbolizes the Ancient Egyptian god Set).
- Some rap songs describe the Masonic penalties.
- The overturn of Jim Crow and the civil rights movement also marked the first time when black men were allowed to become Freemasons.
- "Crack" refers to the Masonic "Abyss." Freemasons say that after "getting over the abyss" you will be able to transcend good and evil.
One of Eminem's most popular songs contains a line which goes, "I am whatever you say I am." This comes from the Masonic phrase "I am that I am,"
which is a phrase that God used to describe himself the Bible. Michelle Obama used a similar phrase on the Larry King show.
I don't have an explanation for some of the more common hip-hop slang words like "yo," "ill," "dope," "fresh," "dis," "blunt," "dime"
There are explanations for many other things, like shoe laces, prison culture, and the words "holla," "mic" and "graf" but I can't remember
them all right now.
[edit on 21-2-2009 by vcwxvwligen]