Originally posted by Argyll
reply to post by DeadSeraph
Apparently you missed my point entirely. If the object is to make money, then fine. Lets assume that this is nothing but a marketing ploy. Why use
occult symbolism to do it? If the answer is controversy and money, then the only question I have for you is why you wouldn't want to understand the
philosophies behind that symbolism?
In answer to your question, I don't see any occult symbolism, I see a music video, nothing more , nothing less......it is you that sees the occult
The occult symbolism is there, just because you don't "see" it doesn't make it so. If this was a one off occurrence I'd err on the side of caution
and agree with you, however.... all the biggest most expensively backed artists videos contain the exact same imagery. Although they may be different
directors, often times the money comes from the same people.
The artists themselves may and can be oblivious to their exploitation to deliver said symbolism, but it's no coincidence that these mega stars that
are all financed by the same handful working as some of the wealthiest pioneers in the industry, all share the same EXACT symbolism.
Moreover, it cannot be coincidence if different directors are used every time, it can only be a mandate by those financing the production.
"Yeah he and all of his friends they
They got that hair like hi-five
Back to the Egyptian reference again... Hi-Five was an old RnB group from the 90's, and they all had hair cuts that resembled Egyptian Pharaoh's and
African Princes. This style of hair has not been even remotely popular for at least 20 years, and that so -- was only a passing fad in America that
lasted maybe 10 years in and of itself. (It started in the 80's and was pretty much over by 95.) That wouldn't be relevant in a song from 2012,
outside of the African reference.
Also, the frame in the video that coincides with this lyric, the pose that Nelly makes seems to imply a very large elongated head, which also goes
very well within the context of Annunaki lore.
When she walks by the people on the stilts in the street, there is a scene where it does a close up of a normal well off, not poor man hanging his
mouth open as if he was stricken with awe and confusion and just saw something other worldly for the first time.
Implying yet again that she is indeed nephalim or annunaki, as they are one in the same.
One cannot deny the heavy spiritual overtones of the video. When one thinks of a Native American Indian, they will almost always think spiritual
first, then the shirt that says Spirit Indestructible, then the bigger the better, which they chose to represent by making her abnormally tall, around
the height of the fabled Nephalim (or Annunaki.)
Then there is the close up of the Swan on her glasses, which was a very deliberate and purposeful shot, forward to the end of the video and the Native
American man has the hoops strapped to his arms like the framing of wings, in which he actually flaps deliberately like a bird as if he was trying to
ascend into the sky.
If this wasn't symbolism, then why is it a reoccuring theme throughout the video... It has nothing to do with the concept of going clubbing and being
fully dressed up with her hoop earings.
It has to be symbology as it's certainly not random as there was two very deliberate shots referencing birds.
Also, the closeup, on the swan sunglasses. I saw these little ebony gem insets and I said "Hey I BET there is 13 of them" I paused the video and
counted and there was exactly 13 of them. How could I have known there would be 13 at a glance if there wasn't deliberately 13 insets.... I mean, I
knew before I counted. There is 11 on the right and above the swan, and the 12th in the bottom left corner behind the swan, and the last ebony inset
is the Swan itself.
I knew there would be 13 insets because the video started with the all seeing eye. When that shot was deliberately shown, I knew there had to be a
relevance to it immediately, and once I noticed the ebony insets, it was common sense there would be 13 of them, based on the all seeing eye and the
knowledge I have of illuminated numbers, it could have ONLY BEEN 13.
The glasses are made by Swarovski. Swarovski produces Illuminati pieces.
Illuminati Cross Star Pewter Swarovski Crystal Pendant Necklace
Rome: The Angels of Bernini steer the sacred path of light through the altars of science; set with Swarovski crystals. (With 50mm extender chain)
Yeah right. Look at that necklace, it's full of Illuminati symbols including but not limited to; the eye of horus, an Ahnk, a pentagram, and gothic
angels. This is what makes that Swarovski shot deliberate.
Anybody who doesn't believe in the illuminati or how they spread their messages in code through music videos at this point is just being naive.
I still don't see any relevant number though, there is two numbers in the beginning, 110 and 108. Later in the video there is a banner on the side of
a building with a phone number, which I'm sure was just a product of location and not something deliberate.
The 110 and 108 were addresses on the strip, they could also be a product of location, however -- the camera was positioned in such a way to
purposefully catch these numbers, so it makes me think there is deliberate importance with them, although I haven't figured out their relevance
As for the Olympic reference, I'm not sold on it, however -- there is that shot where the two indians are side by side, and the one on the left has
the 3 rings interlocked... and I was saying to myself, yeah he only has 3 rings, but the Olympic symbol is 5, so I immediately dismissed it, but I
decided to go back and look again because our brains often focus in on something which causes you to miss other things in the scene, the indian on the
right was holding exactly 2 hoops for a total of 5.
This shot was deliberate too, however, I'm not sure what that means, but it's definitely a deliberate shot. I'm not going to say it means something
I'm not saying massive people will die during the Olympics...
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