Hello and welcome back! In the past, I’ve talked about The Weeknd’s “Illuminati” symbolism with the Mark of the Beast symbolized as the X and O (his music label is called “XO”), however it appears he may have taken a turn towards the light…
He released a new music video for a song called Starboy featuring Daft Punk (*for what it’s worth- I’ve also talked about Daft Punk’s Illuminati symbolism).
In this new music video we see the transition from “old Weeknd” to “new Weeknd.” I believe the “new Weeknd” is turning his back from the Illuminati and their handle on the puppets in the music industry.
Let’s take a look at why I think that is…
You’ll see the old version killed off by the new version…
…and the “new Weeknd” just so happens to be wearing a Cross necklace (and he cut off his infamous big hair):
Typically the Cross necklace could go either way- meaning the musician has no allegiance to Christianity but is merely wearing it as a fashion statement, or perhaps they are truly Christians. I believe The Weeknd is wearing it here to show us his is pursuing a new path of life.
He walks through his house and focuses in on a shining red Cross:
We even see it positioned inside of his “All Seeing Eye” which I believe could be symbolic of The Weeknd mocking the music industry and all of its symbolism- particularly the All Seeing Eye since that appears to be the most commonly used symbol by musicians.
The Weeknd takes the Cross off the wall and proceeds to do some very interesting things with it. He begins to smash all of his awards and gold/platinum records, suggesting that he’s denouncing the “perks” that came with his time spent with the music industry:
We also see him showing us another commonly used Illuminati symbol- that of the Mano Cornuto or Moloch horns. Again, I believe this is him trying to show us that he was exposed to this sort of belief system and is now turning away from it:
The Weeknd briefly does a robot dance- symbolizing that he is no longer the puppet of the Illuminati slave handlers of the music industry:
He proceeds to destroy his entire house by setting it on fire:
The lyrics to the song go through the list of things that we’ve come to expect from a famous rapper: women, drugs, money, houses, etc.
None of these toys on lease too, ah
Made your whole year in a week too, yah
Main bitch out of your league too, ah
Side bitch out of your league too, ah
That’s essentially how the entire song goes- but there is one section I’d like to analyze a bit further:
Girls get loose when they hear the song
100 on the dash get me close to God
We don’t pray for love we just pray for cars
Here he is talking about driving dangerously fast, but he is also pointing out the kind of lifestyle that he is attempting to expose here. He says We don’t pray for love we just pray for cars because he is apparently fed up with the materialistic aspects of fame. He reinforces this at the end of the video when he is driving away from his house and all of the things they’ve given to him in exchange for his servitude.
Signing the Faustian bargain was apparently something The Weeknd either did and regretted; or rejected after being made the offer.
I believe that The Weeknd is showing us that he is no longer a puppet for the handlers, and that they force musicians to show us those symbols of the All Seeing Eye or Moloch horns and he will no longer participate because the awards, women, fame, and money are not worth it.
Also- he may in fact be referencing Aleister Crowley’s Moonchild when he uses the term Starboy- but I believe he is saying the industry was attempting to make him the Starchild, much like they do the others.
UPDATE 15OCT2016: In fact, The Weeknd released a video called False Alarm after Starboy that depicts him killing a bunch of bad guys and then clutching his Cross before ending his life, which only supports the theory I’m laying out above.
This concept is one that I’ve analyzed much further in SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC where I explored the dark under belly of the music industry and how it has systematically infiltrated hip hop to push the Illuminati’s occult agenda.
Thanks for reading and let me know what YOU think in the comments below. Is The Weeknd trying to reveal the Illuminati’s agenda?… Or is this just a ruse?…
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