Beyonce was at a juice bar in Miami and posted a picture to Instagram that shows her in the center of an Andy Warhol image for The Last Supper. People went nuts, (and perhaps rightfully so?…) because she is covering up (and effectively ‘replacing’) Jesus Christ who sits at the center.
Some claim this is just a coincidence, but you know I’m not going to explore that train of thought. I’d rather talk about how the theorists believe she’s doing this as a mockery of Christianity, even though she claims to be a Christian. With her ties with Jay-Z (who calls himself Hova) and the recent proclamation of Kanye West claiming he is the ‘Yeezus’ with his new album; we can’t but help think that this is all part of the entertainment industry and their pursuit of the destruction/mockery of Christianity.
ChristianPost.com posted up some of the views held by the Christian faithful side of the house:
“Is nothing sacred anymore? This is clearly an act of disrespect towards Jesus Christ, whom Beyoncé covers up with her pose,” Tim Wildmon, president of American Family Association, said in a statement. “This had to be done intentionally. However, you will not see the media condemn her for offending Christians in the same way they did Phil Robertson for offending homosexuals because there is a double-standard. Christians are the only group in America you can bash with impunity.”
And they also pointed out that Beyonce did in fact get the message across, donning the new nickname of “Beysus” by her fans:
Calling Beyoncé “Beysus,” some of her followers told her she could never be their savior. “Jesus Christ is my savior, not you. Besides that, I love Beyoncé, but you will never be God,” reads one comment.
Ironic they would choose ‘Beysus’ which is close to ‘Beelzebub’ which was formed by Baal and Zebub, with Baal being the form of deity also known as Moloch, which you’ll see in her Drunk in Love Illuminati symbolism below.
Another commenter on Instagram, xo_diamondprincess says that:
You people are insane. This picture is JUST a picture. If your a true loving person of god then you wouldn’t judge….
Well, I have to disagree. Jay Weidner’s 2nd universal law:
“If a picture is worth a thousand words then a symbol is worth a thousand pictures.”
She is playing into the Crowley obsessed music industry’s pursuit of the destruction of Christianity. The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn is the Illuminati (it existed in many forms) and their goal is to destroy Christianity. There were multiple lines of the same Illuminati group: Ancient Egyptian Draconian Cult, Golden Dawn, A.A. Silver Star (aka Great White Brotherhood), Brotherhood of Light (which is where the Eliphas Levi Baphomet comes from), Theosophical Society, Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), and the Adam Weishaupt Illuminati (which shoots off into the ‘Grand Masters of the Templars’ and Freemasonry). The music industry is now run by these same people.
In fact, if you read Magical Revival by Kenneth Grant, he tells you very blatantly what the plan is:
One of her songs called XO also was revealed to feature audio from the 1986 Challenger tragedy; prompting more anger (and confusion). Of course, the NASA program has its fair share of conspiracy theory as well, considering one of its founders, Wehrner Van Braun was actually a Nazi, which believed in the occult teachings of theosophy (see that book quote above). Another NASA/Aerospace founder was Jack Parsons who was involved in a love ritual triangle with Aleister Crowley’s Ordo Templi Orientis and Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s girl. And don’t forget about all of the NASA-Ancient Aliens stuff as well.
Her most recent video for Drunk in Love had Illuminati symbolism in it as well when she kept giving us the All Seeing Eye:
All of these symbols do in fact mean something, so don't be fooled into thinking they don't. These people aren't stupid, they're sly like foxes.