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Today we’ll take a look at another rapper pushing the symbols of satanism. Most of you already know that I don’t subscribe to the idea of thumping people over the head with a Bible, but the truth is that entertainment is steadily increasing the pressure to influence its followers down the path of satanism.
We must understand why they believe these things before condemning them. Once you learn the esoteric beliefs of the “Illuminati” and the mystery schools or secret societies you can make the decision for yourself as to what path you’d like to take.
I can already tell you which one Lil Uzi Vert chose…
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Veneration of Marilyn Manson
Lil Uzi Vert has an Instagram account in which he only follows one person: Marilyn Manson.
Anyone who knows anything about Lil Uzi Vert already understands this, but for those that aren’t we can go through a variety of examples because it’s not very “typical” that rappers would be into the “pale white emperor” of satanic rock.
In one of the breakout moments in Lil Uzi Vert’s career we see him wearing a Manson shirt in the Migos video for Bad and Boujee:
If there was any doubt of the connection, Lil Uzi Vert confirmed it when he bought a $220K necklace with the likeness of Manson on it:
Lil Uzi Vert was interviewed by Nardwaur and he revealed his true feelings about Manson:
“That’s my father. The Pale Emperor. Listen here, at age 27 I will leave this Earth for this man right here. He’s the Pale Emperor.”
It’s quite curious that he mentions leaving the Earth at 27 since this is a concept I discussed in my hip hop conspiracy book (along with a more comprehensive understanding of the scope of the satanic rap movement) with the infamous “27 Club” that holds the souls of many rockers like Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Jimi Hendrix.
So why does it matter that Lil Uzi Vert is a fan of Manson? It’s because Manson represents the Church of Satan as an “honorary priest.” While the Church of Satan does not necessarily indicate a worship of the Devil (they’re atheist); they do represent a certain current of ideas that subscribe to magical expression and Aleister Crowley’s Aeon of Horus…
Lil Uzi Vert = L-UCI-FER
Someone shared this information with me on a previous post’s comment so I dug deeper and found A LOT more.
The rapper Daylyt first talked about this in 2016 when he said that Lil Uzi Vert was in fact Satan and when you say his name fast it becomes clear. It becomes obvious that he is saying “LUCIFER.” You can listen to the beginning and end of his song Sauce It Up and hear him clearly pronounce it this way.
To play devil’s advocate, VIBE cites an interview he did in which he explained it as thus:
“Some guy was just like ‘you rap fast, man. Like a little machine gun’ and from that moment I was Lil Uzi,” says Vert about how he came up with his odd-sounding rap name. To this day, the anonymous friend that gave Uzi his moniker has no idea that he named him.
The artwork for his debut album, LUV is Rage 2, depicts him as the fallen angel of Lucifer himself. Note the tape on the package talking about the color being between black and white- a concept of duality I’ve discussed ad nauseum for its occult prominence in Star Wars.
The truth is hidden in plain sight, as KollegeKidd pointed out with his examination of this topic when he shared the IG post from Lil Uzi Vert in which Manson comments “Lucifer Rising.”
Another piece of artwork from his LUV is Rage 2 also depicts him as the fallen angel with the pitchfork and tail:
Lil Uzi Vert has a song called “444+222” is a glaring annunciation of his allegiance to the dark side since the obvious arithmetic comes out to the number of the Antichrist: 666.
Perhaps that is why he is showing us the Illuminati Mark of the Beast with the “X” on the cover of his LUV is Rage 2 album…
Note that Lil Uzi Vert is also winking with the All Seeing Eye on that album cover…
Akin to that we can see him posing with a man and the ‘666’ hand, indicating they are in the womb of the Illuminati:
Lil Uzi Vert also received quite the response when he started wearing an inverted cross necklace.
Rapper Offset talked about this many times, suggesting that Lil Uzi Vert is in fact a satanist, but this apparently had no effect on him because he still wears it.
Lil Uzi Vert has been known to utilize the Mano Cornuto horns that many associate with rock ‘n’ roll; but it should be known that witches and satanists use this for a belief in magical energy to either give or block evil energies.
We can see Lil Uzi Vert sharing this same knowledge through his own symbolism.
Lil Uzi Vert posted a video to his Instagram account in which he’s listening to a song by Metric called Black Sheep (again, a reference to the dark side).
In my analysis of his popular XO Tour Llif3 video you can see this same symbol (as well as a few other satanic images like that of demonic possession and lightning):
Paving the way for the New World Order
Lil Uzi Vert is embracing the concept of antinomianism in which he is viewed as the “adversary,” “outsider” or simply: the Other.
This Luciferian concept is quite typical of the agenda from the “Illuminati.”
There is a new surge of satanic rappers coming up and Lil Uzi Vert is currently the most famous. Others that are close behind him are XXXTentacion (a rapper who I revealed for his name that translates as “666 Temptation”) and Sahbabii who started the “Unknownism” movement which uses an inverted cross and ‘666’ for its logo, as per his Fader interview:
Do you consider yourself a spiritual person? You talk a lot about Unknownism.
Yeah, I consider myself spiritual. I definitely move by a lot of energy and spirits. Unknownism is a religion I created. Me and my team, we all go by it. It’s a religion I created on seeking the truth about [black] history, so we can really find out about ourselves because a lot of this stuff is unknown. You put a book in my face and just tell me how life went? I just didn’t believe that. I inspired myself. I was always an out-of-the-box thinker, like with 666, they said that’s the mark of the beast but I found out it was the chemical makeup of melanin. I just wanted to know more.
At the same time, there are some rappers who are opposed to this latest trend. Offset from the Migos publicly spoke out against all of these rappers for their satanic imagery (even though “Migos” could reference the demons from HP Lovecraft lore…).
If you want to go deeper and truly understand why they are doing and where they are leading us; I wrote two books on this subject.
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