reply to post by Beefcake
I decided to do what you suggest and stomach the rest of the videos, all the while taking notes...
He talks about Jay-Z getting his 3 symbol from ancient Egypt and talks about the Egyptian Trinity all while still, for some odd reason, bringing up
Lucifer, as though Satan is real and has even the slightest connection with ancient Egypt.. All of this while ignoring the obvious similarties between
the trinity of Egypt and the trinity of the Christian church (especially when he talks of Amun, Ra, and Ptah and how Ptah is the body, Amun the hidden
name, and Ra the face, sounds an awful lot like Father, Son, and Holy Ghost to me). So rather than make the jump from "these stories are similar to
Christianity and therefore Christianity has borrowed from others" he makes the jump of "these are similar to Christiniaty and those that use them
are part of some occult Luciferian society attempting to set up the Kingdom of the anti-christ via some rap music". His name is hidden as Amun and
must be covered, sounds a lot like what went on in the Old Testament and yet he remphasizes that they are pagan. And then he attempts to relate Osiris
with Lucifer using only the loose connection that Osiris was god of the Egyptian underworld, seems like more desperate attempts by a Christian to
paint any and all other belief systems as Satanic.
There's a great deal of meaning, occult and otherwise, that can be attached to what Jay-Z says and his symbol certainly ties in, but again the man in
the video seems to take it far too literally. He even pretends that the New Age Movement is entirely Satanic and then goes on to say Satan will appear
in the clouds around the globe. He starts out with some convincing or mysterious evidence (quotes and such) and then decimates his own credibility
with wild unfounded religiously biased nonsense. He then brings up light and darkness and says that those who are part of this conspiracy consider
light to be darkness and darkness to be light (opposites). In saying this he completely ignores that the Bible often does the exact same thing (ie God
saying he will use the not to shame what is. The meek will inherit the Earth. The Wide path is the wrong way. God using a simple carpenter to save the
world. There is a way that seems right in the heart of a man, etc as the Bible contradicts itself thousands of times) Its like the guy who made the
video defeats himself.
Saying Biology is equivalent with something called "God's Government"
Once again more picking and choosing from the Bible, all sorts of vague
verses that could mean anything.
A Guy holding a torch means he is rejecting God's Law?
I understand the occult meaning in some parts of the video (skull and bones X guy), but
then the guy goes one step further in order to uphold his religious bias. There are some very good points toward the end when he tones down the
Mentions servants of the Devil, I still say the Elite aren't dumb enough to believe in such a being and that any such silliness amounts to disinfo.
The destruction of the twin towers does remind me of the decapitation ritual he mentioned earlier, the month/degree of masonry would be the 9 and the
towers the 11 and all the debris is the blood of the birth of the NWO. Then he laughably states that Christianity inspired the Constitution while the
old despots (the ones who tyrannically enforced Christianity) were actually against God (he once again builds up a good bit of evidence then seems to
dig himself into a hole with the religious nonsense). He's wrong later in the video when he talks about the skull and bones, i don't know ANYONE who
thinks of a rap artist or pop star when they see that symbol, I think of pirates or of the Skull and Bones society. Also, we all have a skull, so what
are we going to do ban skulls and bones in artwork because some invisible boogeyman is attached to it? We're all apparently accepting Lucifer when we
wear those symbols (according to the guy who made the video).
Starts with obvious falsehood pretending that Anarchy has anything to do with Christian principles or "God". Christianity does not have some
monopoly on goodness or principles, human morals have existed long before any such religion. The Jay-Z run this town video does show rebellion as the
maker acknowledges, but just in the last installment he claims the Constitution and American rebellion (which was far more bloody than anything
depicted in this rap video) was based on God's principles. SO which is it, is rebellion of God or of the devil, or is it just rebellion against
God's tyrannical all-powerful rule that is "evil"?
Conclusion: The video makes some good points but in the end it can do no good IMO other than to sway the sheeple with its religious bias. I'm not at
all worried about the Elite dressing up and acting weird and believing in invisible boogey-men, that's fine with me, what I am worried about is what
they are actually planning in the real world. The video maker waits until the end to even analyze the video and he never really analyzes other Jay-Z
songs making his case pretty weak.
If the Elite are indeed waiting on Lucifer they are going to have a long wait since no such being exists, or if by some off chance he did he was/is in
no way anything like the silly Biblical account...
[edit on 5-9-2009 by Titen-Sxull]