I’m reposting this old article from Feb. 2012 because I heard an interview with rapper M.I.A. who discussed her middle finger presentation during this performance. You can find that update at the bottom of the post. Please excuse how awful this post is/was, I was still cutting my teeth on writing posts for this website. I don’t want to fix it either, I’m an art purist 🙂
As you could expect, you knew Madonna would be bringing all of the Illuminati symbolism with her. Vigilantcitizen does a decent write up here on it:
A week before the Superbowl, Madonna described on Anderson Cooper the spiritual importance she attributed to her halftime show:
“The Superbowl is kind of like the Holy of Holies in America. I’ll come at halfway of the “church experience” and I’m gonna have to deliver a sermon. It’ll have to be very impactful.”
It is rather appropriate that this Kaballah-intiate referred to the Superbowl as the “Holy of Holies” as it was the name of the most sacred place in Solomon’s Temple. No one was ever permitted to enter the Holy of Holies but the High Priest. This privilege was only granted on the Day of Atonement, to offer the blood of sacrifice and incense before the mercy seat. Madonna’s analogy was therefore telling of the mindset behind her performance. Let’s look at the main parts of her show.
Here’s a better link for a better breakdown, via Icke’s site. It covers more of the Egyptian symbolism aspects, the letter “M” being everywhere, Crown of Hathor (Baphomet headdress), and more. It really is a great write up and they took their time to break it down.
And just ‘cuz, here’s a Mark Dice video talking about it. This one is awful to watch though, I couldn’t sit through his stumbling around saying nothing for the first few minutes. I did get a good snicker about his discussion on how the “Stooper Bowl” was the most important thing in most people’s lives. Thank God I don’t have to listen to football at work for the next several months. And who the hell wants to watch something for the commercials? I guess there are a couple decent ones, but damn, I don’t wanna sit there and be manipulated to buy useless shit.
Rapper M.I.A. went on NPR with David Greene and tried to claim that during her Super Bowl performance she was showing us an ancient yoga position called the Matangi Mudro; not the middle finger. First off, I think she’s full of it because it looks like the middle finger; not the Matangi Mudro. Second, even if she was showing us this ancient finger position, why would she do that? It’s because she’s a part of this Holly-weird movement who believe in this entire ancient god and goddess worship that I’m always droning on about. It’s fitting that she was out with Madonna because she had her Egyptian goddess Isis performance going on simultaneously.
Here’s that part of the NPR interview:
I want to ask you about the Super Bowl halftime show in 2012. This was a huge audience, an American audience, a world audience. And on camera, you gave us all the middle finger. Why did you do that?
It’s the Matangi mudra.
What is that? Why does that explain it?
Well, you know gang signs — in America you have gang signs, and people throw up initials and stuff like that. Well, 5,000 years ago, there was thing called a mudra, which is your sitting position when you do yoga or you’re meditating or praying or whatever. And you have different ones based on what you’re meditating over. There’s not a lot of them that are named after gods and goddesses, but the middle finger is specifically named Matangi — the Matangi mudra.
So you were not giving America the middle finger? This was the Matangi symbol?
Yes. Do you like that? (Laughing) It’s good, isn’t it?
Something tells me that there might have been another meaning in that.
It’s cultural! In my country, it’s godly. OK?
Is the NFL believing that? I know they’re suing you.
Of course the NFL is not believing that, because the NFL does not believe in any other culture outside of the NFL. But it’s true; you can Wikipedia it. You can just say “Matangi” and “mudra,” and you’ll see it’s the middle finger.
But there are different ways to interpret the decision to raise the middle finger at the camera on a big stage like that.
Well, I do it in the video.
But was there some anger there? Is it that courting controversy is part of your success? What’s the thinking, and what does it say about you?
Well, I named Madonna’s record, MDNA, and that courted controversy, didn’t it? And people didn’t even know it was me. So it’s just something I do. I don’t know what it is. I have no idea what it is. But I don’t do it deliberately or, like, thinking about it. It just happens. I don’t know why. Maybe I should get hypnotized.
So this begs the questions that the interviewer didn’t ask; is that middle finger considered godly in her country (England presumably, or Sri Lanka??)? Also, what is the purpose? If it does in fact have this ancient history behind it, why does she do it? Is she 5,000 years old? It’s because she is perpetuating ancient god and goddess worship that we find in these Illuminati occult circles.