As you’re more than aware of; I’ve got a particular niche set of interests. This includes research into the occult and how the “Illuminati” inserts symbolism via hip hop and entertainment. Today we’ll explore one of today’s most famous rappers- Lil Xan.
Satanism in Hip Hop
I just wrote an article on Lil Uzi Vert and Juice WRLD’s song Wasted because it clearly talks about pursuing Satan:
She do cocaine in my basement
I’m her doctor, but I’m runnin’ out of patience
She told me that she tryna get closer to Satan
She be talkin’ to him when she in the matrix
Lil Uzi Vert is one of the most open rappers to claim his allegiance to the dark lord (I also conducted an analysis on Lil Uzi Vert as L-UCI-FER worth taking a look at):
Other rappers like Trippie Redd have also pushed this new wave of satanism in hip hop:
So it seems that today’s rappers are obsessed with embracing “The Other” so let’s dig deeper on Lil Xan…
Lil Xan: Illuminati Symbolism
For those of you that aren’t familiar with the newest wave of rappers; there is a genre often times referred to as “SoundCloud” rappers (named after the free distribution platform they typically get started on). These new rappers have emulated Lil Wayne by getting many tattoos on their face.
Lil Xan is one such rapper and we need to take a look at a couple of his face tats:
Here we see the inverted cross- an overt reference to Satanism in the sense that it is inverting Christianity. Satanists use this symbol to demonstrate the antinomian principles of their beliefs in the fallen angel of Lucifer (see my book The Dark Path for a comprehensive explanation).
Lil Xan also got a tattoo that says “Memento Mori” which is a phrase used by Freemasons.
The phrase is meant to demonstrate the principles of realizing we all die. The Masons use it in a “reflection chamber” during initiation rites (*although “Memento Mori” is not exclusive to Freemasonry).
On a song called Deceived Lil Xan clearly states the grip Satan has over him:
Satan's got a grip on me Heaven's looking very bleek Steal my faith and everything Eating off that apple tree Sunlight shining every beam Gloomy days keep scaring me All my friends are enemies
He has a curious lyric that says “Sunlight shining every beam” which is another reference to Lucifer- the fallen angel (referenced as the light bearer and the real god of the “Illuminati”).
Stay tuned as Lil Xan gets more popular- he’s surely going to push more of the familiar symbolism I’ve been talking about for years on IlluminatiWatcher.com and in my hip hop conspiracy book Sacrifice: Magic Behind the Mic.
A while back I was interviewed by COMPLEX magazine (along with late rap-legend Prodigy; a huge honor for me) and we hit on the subject of satanism in hip hop:
Some theorists see specific uses of imagery as too spot-on to be coincidental. In his book, Sacrifice: Magic Behind the Mic, a deep dive into hip-hop’s connection to the Illuminati that investigates blood sacrifices, Isaac Weishaupt (a pseudonym inspired by the original Illuminati founder) refers to the Bohemian Grove, a California campground that hosts powerful and affluent men each year and boasts alumni like Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Its mascot is a representation of the ancient Greek deity Athena: an owl, the exact one that Drake uses as his logo for his label OVO Sound. At each Grove gathering, the men perform a ritual called the Cremation of Care, a mock sacrifice to a statue of the owl. Illuminati conspiracists put this organization in the crosshairs for idolatry and Satanism.
“IT’S THE EXACT SAME LOGO OF THIS OWL THAT DRAKE BE USING. THAT’S KIND OF STRANGE TO ME. WHY HE TAKE THAT OWL, THE EXACT SAME ONE, THE EXACT SAME LOGO?” —PRODIGY
“They claim it’s a mock sacrifice or whatever. There’s a whole bunch of fuckery going on over there,” Prodigy says of Bohemia Grove. “It’s the exact same logo of this owl that this motherfucker Drake be using. That’s kind of strange to me. Why he take that owl, the exact same one, the exact same logo? I’m not saying Drake is a part of something. All I’m saying is, you want to know some weird fucking shit? Check that shit out. That whole group of people with the owl shit and just doing all this fuck shit in this world, they’re the worst people on the face of the planet. Fuck all of them and anybody that’s down with them. People need to make a petition to find out what the fuck [Drake] is using that owl for.”
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Former YouTube creator (10M+ views before being BANNED), website publisher of IlluminatiWatcher.com and top 5% Amazon author of THE DARK PATH; Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infiltration of the entertainment industry. Using examples of familiar pop culture and works of entertainment, Isaac has been speaking and writing about the occult from a unique perspective that seeks to understand the big agenda while helping others along the way.
Isaac hosts the “Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture” podcast (supported by the IW Patreons) as well as being the monthly Illuminati expert on BLACKOUT Radio. He has been a featured guest on Dave Navarro’s “Dark Matter Radio,” Richard C. Hoagland’s “Other Side of Midnight”, SIRIUS/XM’s The All Out Show, The HigherSide Chats, Freeman Fly’s “The Free Zone”, Mark Devlin’s “Good Vibrations”, VICE, COMPLEX magazine, The Atlantic and many more radio shows and podcasts. His fresh perspective and openly admitted imperfections promotes the rational approach to exploring these taboo subjects and conspiracy theories.