Jay-Z contradicts himself with Illuminati lyrics in ‘Heaven’
Jay-Z is dropping his new album Magna Carta Holy Grail (hit the link HERE for the Illuminati symbolism in the commercial for the album) and one of the tracks is called Heaven. On it, the lyrics address the Illuminati, but he contradicts himself by saying his skill is the reason he is famous; not the Illuminati:
“Conspiracy theorists screaming Illuminati/ They can’t believe this much skill is in the human body/ He’s 6’2 how the (***) he fit in a new Bugatti/Question religion/Question it all/ Question existence/ Until them questions are solved”
So, he tells us he’s not in the Illuminati, yet goes on to say that we need to question religion. Hmm… ok. This supports my argument that the Illuminati is just an organized group of Satan worshippers. I won’t argue that he’s not a phenomenal lyricist, but we all know that doesn’t guarantee “mainstream” success in the music industry (see Immortal Technique, Jedi Mind Tricks, Ill Bill, etc.); selling out on the other hand does.
He goes on:
“Have mercy on a Judas/Angel wings on a ‘ghini/ I’m secular tell the hecklers/Seckle down/ Y’all religion creates division/ Like my Maybach partition and/ (***) is my chauffeur”
“That’s me in the corner/That’s me in the spotlight losing my religion.”
So he tells us he has defied Christ by comparing himself to Judas (sold his soul), then bashes religion by claiming it creates division (which it does to an extent; I’m not going to argue against the plethora of religious zealots that give it a bad name), then he tells us he has lost religion.
Then there is even more religion bashing:
“Tell that preacher he’s a preacher/I’m a (***) prophet (***) a tree of knowledge/ Drink from a gold chalice/ Yo gotta love it I arrive at the pearly gates/I had luggage meaning I had baggage/(***) asking me questions/ I don’t answer to these busters/ Only (***) could judge us (***)”
Ahhhh yes, we have a full-on frontal assault of self idolization from Kanye West, and now Jay-Z. Comparing themselves to God (see Yeezus) and showing us how un-important religion is.
Jay-Z has so much symbolism that suggests he is in fact tied in with the Illuminati, that it’s almost laughable to think that he is able to just brush it off. However, if there’s one thing that I do know from observing politics and the media, if you repeat the lie long enough, everyone will believe it.
UPDATE 11JUL2013: Thanks commenter Wisdom, I looked up the lyrics again and there is an important concept he covers right after he talks about the Illuminati stuff:
Aw fuck it you got me
Question religion, question it all
Question existence until them questions are solved
He does admit Illuminati affiliation (or maybe he’s being sarcastic; which I personally think it is). Then he talks about questioning it all, which is almost a call to investigate further.
Here’s Mark Dice’s take on it, he’s calls Jay-Z fans “jive turkeys” lol: