Lady Gaga partnered with the Illuminati-music monopolizers Clear Channel and performed a publicity stunt that unveiled the cover art for her new album ARTPOP which drops on November 11th, 2013. At first glance it’s easy to see there is some symbolism buried in there somewhere so let’s take a closer look.
The overall message behind this album cover is that Lady Gaga is the Illuminati goddess. She has similar goddess poses in her first video from the album in which I did a post called Illuminati symbolism in Lady Gaga’s Applause video. The Illuminati and occult all have this obsession with worshipping the female goddess (it comes through in Freemasonry and Paganism as well). The chopped up image in the background is Sandro Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus painting which depicts the goddess Venus (obviously) emerging from the sea as a fully grown woman. This idea of worshipping a goddess is a common theme in all Illuminati-occult traditions, including the Greek Aphrodite, Babylonian Ishtar, Egyptian Isis, and the Sumerian Semiramis. This particular goddess Venus is also referred to as Lucifer, or the light bearer. Looking beyond that you can see the importance of the light-bearer with a group like the Illuminati (the “enlightened ones”).
I go into the details behind the importance of the Triple Goddess in my Occult & Illuminati holiday traditions post:
What I find interesting about Hislop’s theory is that he claims that all religious tales are just retellings of Semiramis (the virgin mother and goddess) and Gilgamesh/Tammuz (the child of the virgin birth/Immaculate Conception). The mother-virgin birth-son relationships are found in Mary & Jesus Christ (Christian), Isis & Osiris (Egyptian), and Damgalnuna & Marduk (Sumerian), effectively making all of these faiths a link to this Semiramis-Tammuz theory. This link is what David Icke uses to describe the hijacking of religious worship energies in churches such as the Roman Catholics, who are unknowingly worshipping Semiramis and Tammuz.
Lady Gaga is being portrayed as the goddess in her form of the fully grown woman. This is part of the Triple Goddess with her different stages of womanhood. The fully grown mother is the ‘Earth Mother’ stage that we associate with the middle stage between the fertile stage and crone stage (even though I’ve seen that Venus can be the ‘fertility’ moon goddess):
She is believed to be three different forms, referred to as the “Triple Goddess.” These three forms are: fertility goddess, aka the Maiden; the Earth Mother, aka the Mother; and the old lady, aka the Crone. These forms are believed to be based on the phases of the moon, which is why we get concepts such as the “moon” goddess.
We can also see in the image that she is birthing an egg; which is yet another reference to Illuminati goddess symbolism. We get this particular idea from that of the holiday of Easter (or ‘Eostre’) in which the goddess Semiramis came down to Earth in an egg:
The holiday known as Easter is typically a time spent by Christians to reflect on the resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, there is an occult meaning attached to it that needs explored. It revolves around the Goddess Ostara (aka Babylonian goddess Ishtar, aka Eostre, aka the moon goddess, aka Semiramis, aka Egyptian goddess Isis, aka Greek Aphrodite, aka Roman Venus). Ostara/Eostre is the old English spelling and origin for the name of Easter. In Pagan history, human sacrifices occur on the first Sunday after the first new moon, after Ostara/Eostre. It celebrates the return of Semiramis in her reincarnated form of Spring Goddess, Eostre. This is part of the revolving phases of the Triple Goddess of the female deity, mentioned earlier.
The Easter egg is a Babylonian legend that claims the goddess Ishtar (aka Semiramis) fell from heaven in an egg. The Easter (Eostre) egg hunt is based from the tradition of looking for Ishtar and finding her. This would allow her to be reborn and bestow blessings on the person. Semiramis/Ishtar is the goddess of fertility because of this rebirth/egg legend.
Lastly, you can see that she is sitting atop a pyramid, forming the apex. There is a clam shell behind her, yet another image of the female sexual organs that we see in the Birth of Venus painting. Also, note the pentagram/star seen on the ARTPOP cover that is absent on the Birth of Venus painting.
The occult symbolism behind all of this is explained by documents from occultists such as Kenneth Anger. In The Magical Revival he reveals one of the reasons why we see goddess/Venus symbolism. The occultists believe that sexual magic was used for spiritual attainment, and has been followed by the people of ancient Egypt by the Draconian Cult. Orgasms can occur in various body centers, including the center seed of consciousness at the crown of the head (the Sahasrarachakra). This chakra point is also related to death (considered the ultimate orgasm), aka the “Great Going.” The ‘Goer’ is the designation for the highest gods in Egyptian and Indian mythology, with its symbol being the ankh. The ankh is the symbol for orgasm, as is the goddess of love, Venus, who is used sexually to transcend consciousness. The occult types (e.g. Gnostics) believe that the dove is the symbolic bird for Venus, and this is where we get the Columbus worship because ‘Colomba’ means ‘dove’ in Latin.
Also- here’s an older youtube video from RiggedReality that talks about some of Lady Gaga’s symbolism and Athena connections: