I’ve already pointed out the triangles/pyramids that aired during the Bruno Mars performance:
And TheWired.com posted up an even cleaner image:
And on that same TheWired.com article (which features a whole bunch of symbolism that I’ve mentioned previously in articles…) there’s a hilarious image of Peyton Manning:
The intro for the performance that was brought to you from Pepsi featured an obelisk with the three concentric circles (shout out to Darren for pointing this one out):
The obelisk is very much an Illuminati calling card, hearkening back to the days of the ancient Egyptians who had a secret elite (the roots of the Illuminati) who understand the importance of the concepts of magic, rituals, and symbolism. This secret knowledge passed down to the Romans and Americans who both had important obelisks placed around their capitals:
It’s a symbol of male dominance and power, representing the phallus (for obvious reasons…).
Infowars posted a video that shows the All Seeing Eye being worn by the MVP Malcolm Smith:
Interestingly enough, this isn’t the first time that 9/11 “truthers” have been part of the Super Bowl conversation. Pete Carroll, the coach of the Seattle Seahawks, has raised eyebrows in the past for reportedly questioning the existence of the attacks on the Pentagon, and those comments resurfaced in the run-up to Sunday’s big game.
According to a report by Deadspin last June, Carroll supposedly questioned retired general Peter Chiarelli, who at the time had just concluded his term as vice chief of staff for the Army. As the report noted, Carroll “wanted to know whether the attack on the Pentagon had really happened.”
“Every 9/11 conspiracy theory you can think of, Pete asked about,” Riki Ellison, the former NFL linebacker who now runs the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance and was present at the meeting, told Deadspin. “And he didn’t stop at 9/11—he had lots of questions about the role of the military today.”
Over the course of the last two weeks, Carroll was never asked about his alleged comments, and at the time Ellison chalked up his line of questioning simply to curiosity and skepticism. “Pete grew up in California during Vietnam, and during Watergate,” he said. “That’s just the perspective he brings to the table.”
Super Bowl commercial for Scientology, that just happened to run on the same day of the Illuminati-occult holiday Imbolg death of Philip Seymour Hoffman (who played a leader of Scientologist type cult organization in the film, The Master:
We also saw the trailer for Transformers 4: Age of Extinction that has the All Seeing Eye on the poster (as I point out in my post for Illuminati & Freemason symbolism in Transformers films):
The Radio Shack commercial showed several 80s stars, but somehow an owl made its way in there. The owl would be Illuminati symbolism for Moloch; the child sacrificing deity:
It is supposed to be Bubo the Owl from Clash of Titans, but you could take the paranoid path and say otherwise:
It wouldn’t be the first time owl-symbolism is seen in pop culture:
Commenter Mitch points out that the Maserati commercial makes a threat of “We have prepared and now we strike” and I have to agree that this commercial seems a bit out of place. The youtube video description even makes an ominous statement:
Walk out of the shadows, quietly walk out of the dark – and strike.
Take a look:
Here’s a viral video that claims the NFL has the Super Bowl fixed: