I’m writing this post on September 12th, 2014 and tomorrow is… September 13th, 2014. Why is that significant? Because Tupac Shakur was murdered on September 13th, 1996; a date that will be precisely 18 years as of tomorrow. While some may think this is just another year we commemorate one of the greatest rappers of all time, I secretly wait with anticipation to see if he pulls off a stunt that is unparalleled in human history.
I’ve been compiling years of research into conspiracy theories in the hip hop culture over the last few years and am almost ready to publish the book (which is untitled at this time). Here is an excerpt from a chapter on Illuminati Blood Sacrifices where I detail various aspects of Tupac’s death, and why some people believe he is alive and in hiding:
Another strange coincidence is the obsession Tupac had with death on his last album. His album was called The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory and he recorded it under an alter ego he called Makaveli who was depicted on the album cover being crucified on a cross. The term ‘Killuminati’ was rumored to symbolize Tupac’s hatred of the system that was keeping black people down (the Illuminati). He believed that THUG LIFE was meant to overcome these negative reinforcements and uplift black people.
Of course, Makaveli is a play on Niccolo Machiavelli, the Italian Renaissance writer whose name is used to invoke someone’s dark side or evil alter ego. Conspiracy theorists claim that Niccolo Machiavelli faked his death at age 25, and come back at 43 (which would be 2014). This isn’t quite true as far as I can see; but the idea comes from Machiavelli’s Art of War in which it is said that you can fool your enemies by fakingyour own death. “Makaveli” for Tupac was going to be a new record label he planned on creating after this third and final Death Row contracted album.
So the point is; if Tupac IS still alive, we’ll find out tomorrow. It doesn’t seem so far fetched because Suge Knight even told TMZ that ‘Pac might not be dead, and also on a separate interview:
Suge said, “Maybe the question is … Pac’s not really dead … pac’s somewhere else.”
“Nobody seen Tupac dead,” the former record executive went on to say.
Suge thinks Pac is still breathing because of the strange occurrences surrounding his death. “The person who supposedly cremated Tupac … this guy got about 3 million dollars .. personally from me … cash … and next thing I know I never heard from the guy or seen him again … he retired and left,” he concluded.
Maybe this explains why Suge Knight got shot recently at Chris Brown’s 2014 MTV VMA party (see the post on Illuminati symbolism of the 2014 MTV VMAs); maybe a way of letting 2Pac get back into the rap scene without Knight’s looming presence?… ‘Pac had issues with Death Row, and we saw that on his album cover for All Eyez On Me where he shows us the Freemason Triad Claw hand gesture while pointing to his All Seeing Eye. He’s also clutching the Death Row pendant, which shows us that he is saying the Illuminati All Seeing Eye is Death Row and all eyes are on him (originally he wanted to title the album Euphanasia):
Here’s the Triad Claw:
UPDATE 14SEP2014: I suppose he’s not coming back.
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