Illuminati symbolism Jay-Z ‘Magna Carta Holy Grail’ commercial
Jay-Z unveiled the details of his new album last night at Game 5 of the NBA Finals, which will be entitled Magna Carta Holy Grail. I’m guessing the album title might be a play on words with his name Shawn Carter. Or it’s some kind of power struggle inside of the rap industry versus the Illuminati. The commercial keeps referencing about “writing the new rules” and it’s scrawled on the website for the album as well. The writing of new rules occurred with the original Magna Carta from the year 1215, when the subjects first started to rise up against the King of England and attempt to limit his powers.
Getting to the commercial, we see a couple of shots of Timbaland wearing a beanie and shirt with the occult -Illuminati symbolism of the pyramid:
I don’t recognize the logo, if anyone knows please comment on the brand. I was thinking maybe Rocawear but couldn’t find it.
Also, here’s Swizz Beatz doing the hand gesture of the Moloch bull horns:
And finally, here’s a shot of some artwork that I can’t determine what it is. It looks like a black bird (or an occult Phoenix bird), which wouldn’t surprise me since we’ve seen Lady Gaga’s black bird obsession:
UPDATE 01AUG2013: Ok, so I was totally incorrect with this entire guess at what we were looking at. Thanks to commenter Em_gee, this isn’t a bird at all; just an upside down shot of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. In my defense, sSometimes you gotta break a few eggs to make an omelet:
Here’s Basquait (who totally has Baphomet hair; just sayin):
Here’s Gaga in one of many shots with the black bird (see that link I embedded above for the whole article):
Here’s that commercial:
JAY Z’s new album “Magna Carta Holy Grail” comes to Samsung Galaxy fans first. Be among the first million to download the app on June 24th and get the album free July 4th, three days before the rest of the world.
VigilantCitizen posted up on the permissions required to run this Jay-Z app that gives you the album for “free.” Like most apps, it requests all sorts of access to your phone and life; as is expected if you’re getting an album for free. But none the less, it’s more Illuminati when Hov tries to sell out to Samsung cuz he’s not trying to really hook his fans up.