Hello and welcome back to IlluminatiWatcher.com- your place for open minded discussion of the Illuminati! As most of you are aware; I spend the majority of my time analyzing various mediums in pop culture- film, television, and music. Certain musicians are believed to be under the control of the Illuminati and we think this because of the symbols, gestures, and content of their art.
Today I want to explore one particular singer named The Weeknd:
In the past I’ve vacillated between claims of him being IN the Illuminati…
…as well as the more recent ideas that maybe he ISN’T in the Illuminati- but rather exposing the agenda:
Let’s take a closer look at the competing theories…
Argument 1: The Weeknd IS Illuminati
Lets go back to my first claims regarding this. You’ll see in his earlier videos the theme and symbols I’ve been warning about for many years. From symbolism of the All Seeing Eye:
…to the dark arts of calling upon the beast of the Abyss with the X and O:
If you consider all of the symbols being utilized by the music industry, it becomes quite clear that something is motivating these artists to repeat the same symbols to the masses.
My theory (and other theorists) is that the “Illuminati” (whomever that may be) know the secrets of the mind. They know that channeling energy into the subconscious through these forms of symbolism somehow connects us to a secret, ancient history that connects into pagan god & goddess worship.
You don’t need to take it from me- prominent psychoanalyst Carl Jung devoted his entire life to the study of these symbols and the secret alchemical processes revered by the occultists who practice them.
Many theorists are quick to point out The Weeknd’s explicit lyrics and videos as part of the overall scheme to motivate the masses to live a nihilistic lifestyle. But still, when I listen to the songs, I get a melancholy feel that this lifestyle is causing him pain. To me it sounds like songs of regret more than glamorization.
So it seems that the argument for claiming The Weeknd is in the Illuminati includes the aforementioned symbols; which I concur with.
HOWEVER, that was the “old” Weeknd…
Argument 2: He is NOT Illuminati
This side of the argument came to me when he released his Starboy video. Little did I know the controversy that would spark after I made the claim; so let’s take another look at it and what updates there have been since…
Starboy was a video I covered in-depth HERE but an overview would be that he showed us the death of his former self and rebirth into a Christian who seeks to break from the control system of the Illuminati who seek to influence the world and ultimately destroy Christianity.
After Starboy, The Weeknd released more videos that actually supported this theory.
One video in particular; Reminder, was directed by a person named Christos Anesti. This is a Greek phrase for “Christ is Risen” and is said every year after Pascha (“Passover” or Easter) by Greek Orthodox Christians in remembrance of Jesus’ resurrection.
In Reminder we actually see fellow rapper Drake but he is the only one giving us the Illuminati symbols we are familiar with:
Finally, it seems that The Weeknd donated some serious money to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church (the church he grew up in):
Is it possible to be BOTH?…
Can one be in BOTH the Illuminati AND be a Christian?… The answer is definitely no. Even though the theory of this “Illuminati” group isn’t as concrete as we’d like it to be (and it is difficult to ascertain who is in the group and who is not); we can confirm that the two groups are at odds.
For example, my definition of the Illuminati would consist of anyone who subscribes to beliefs of a long line of thought leaders that also have the power to influence all of society (e.g. Age of Enlightenment occultists, Bohemian Grove regulars, pagan sacrifice practitioners, etc.). These folks attempt to pull knowledge from dark and occult forces through the esoteric practices of spirit channeling or other techniques passed down through secret societies or ancient mystery schools. One particular requirement of being a member of this group is to push the Evolution of Consciousness; or more simply put to steer humanity down the path of the Illuminati beliefs.
One core concept to the Illuminati beliefs and Evolution of Consciousness is to destroy Christianity and organized religion while instilling a new god into the world- Lucifer.
Self-worship, immortality, and technology implementation through transhuman means are all part of the Luciferian agenda. In order for that to come to fruition they must first destroy Christianity since it is at odds with Lucifierianism.
In order to destroy Christianity there will be many actions set in place. Helena Blavatsky and the New Age religion she brought forth from Theosophy is a key component. In Problems of Humanity she said:
“…when all religions will be regarded as emanating from one great spiritual source: all will be seen as unitedly providing the one root out of which the universal world religion will inevitably emerge.”
Of course, she channeled this information from a disembodied spirit named Djwal Khul; a supposed “Ascended Master.”
Watering down separate religions into one vague, impersonal god (like we see in Star Wars with the Force) is one method of destroying what Jack Parsons once called the “lying hypocrisy of Christianity.”
The list goes on and on of occultists who believe destroying Christianity is crucial to true freedom for mankind. I can also realize that the Christian faith is not without its imperfections (e.g. the horrific Roman Catholic pedophile cover up). This is where I can actually align some attitudes with the occultist/Illuminati point of view and somewhat subscribe to the ideas presented by the Great Beast 666 Aleister Crowley (from The World’s Tragedy) who suggests that the Christian faith has veered off path a long time ago with the advent of Protestant Reformation:
I therefore hold the legendary Jesus in no wise responsible for the trouble: it began with Luther, perhaps, and went on with Wesley: but no matter! — what I am trying to get at is the religion which makes England to-day a hell for any man who cares at all for freedom. That religion they call Christianity; the devil they honour they call God. I accept these definitions, as a poet must do, if he is to be at all intelligible to his age, and it is their God and their religion that I hate and will destroy.
To support my idea of where they are taking all of this after destroying Christianity, Helena Blavatsky once said:
It is but natural … to view Satan, the Serpent of Genesis, as the real creator and benefactor, the Father of Spiritual mankind. For it is he who was the ‘Harbinger of Light’ bright radiant Lucifer, who opened the eyes of the automation created by Jehovah.
The point remains- one can not be a part of this Illuminati movement without desiring the destruction of Christianity. It is in fact the central aim of this group.
Now, getting back to The Weeknd; if I have to commit to one solution; I’d put my money on the idea that he is not “Illuminati.” When you examine the lyrics to Starboy it suggests that he is telling a story of how the Illuminati teases the musicians and lures them in with the lifestyles we’re familiar with:
I’m tryna put you in the worst mood, ah
P1 cleaner than your church shoes, ah
Milli point two just to hurt you, ah
All red Lamb’ just to tease you, ah
None of these toys on lease too, ah
Made your whole year in a week too, yah
Main bitch out your league too, ah
Side bitch out of your league too, ahHouse so empty, need a centerpiece
Twenty racks a table cut from ebony
Cut that ivory into skinny pieces
Then she clean it with her face man I love my baby
You talking money, need a hearing aid
You talking ’bout me, I don’t see a shade
Switch up my style, I take any lane
I switch up my cup, I kill any painLook what you’ve done
I’m a motherfuckin’ starboy
The lyrics say “Look what you’ve done” referring to how the Illuminati are able to transition musicians into Luciferians (e.g. Katy Perry who started as a gospel singer).
When I say “Illuminati” I am talking about the branch of Luciferians that worship the man made realm we currently exist in. Greed takes over their minds and they are willing to quite literally do anything to reach new levels of wealth and power (*including blood sacrifice).
Even though The Weeknd uses profane language, talks about drugs, and has sexual appetites, that doesn’t mean he is not a Christian. Humans are all born as sinners- that is one of the key tenants of Christianity! To deny it is to be the most un-Christian thing one could do.
Many Christians are quick to dismiss the messages of The Weeknd but I believe that is akin to throwing the baby out with the bath water. His lyrics tell a dark tale of what it’s like to live a lifestyle that is un-Christian, while also explaining how unfulfilling it truly is! Not everyone lives a perfect, pious life and I feel that The Weeknd is able to reach an audience of Christians that struggle with staying on the straight and narrow (myself included).
To have the courage to admit your wrong doings and repent is one of the requirements of Christianity (“confession”) so with that being said; The Weeknd is doing his duties to try and live the good life.
And look- I obviously don’t know The Weeknd personally, so this is all simple conjecture. All we can do is watch and see what kind of fruit he bears. Maybe he is indeed going to switch to the side of the Luciferians, but even then I don’t think it would be appropriate to judge him for doing so, but rather learn from the mistakes and trappings of others.
After all, there’s only one judge out there…
Thanks for reading!
P.S. Okay- tell me what you really think; I know I probably turned half of you off at some point in this analysis but I’m able to hear that I’m wrong! Write your opinion in the comments below.
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