More Jay-Z ‘Magna Carta Holy Grail’ Illuminati symbolism
I posted up on the Illuminati symbolism found in the commercial for Magna Carta Holy Grail, and also the lyrics to Heaven, but now Jay-Z’s latest album is pushing the limits of occult power by getting the album to be displayed right next to one of the legitimate Magna Carta documents (there are four remaining) in Salisbury Cathedral in England:
The album cover itself shows us the esoteric/occult importance of the duality of man and woman:
A common thread in non-Christian religions and worldviews is that of dualism. In fact, nature itself does exhibit all forms of dualities, such as night and day, masculine and feminine, black and white, etc. In philosophy there has been the problem of mind versus body, while in physics there is the wave versus particle debate. In one sense there is a legitimate duality, in that these entities and things are not, of course, evil in themselves. No thing is inherently evil, as all things are created by and have their summation and meaning in the Logos (Col. 1:15). Thus what has being has it’s being and meaning or archetypal predetermination (logoi) in the Logos. The many logoi are one in the one Logos of God.
Non-Christian systems of thought, and paganism in general, never transcend the dualities that are prevalent in nature, however. In fact, dualism is itself a hallmark of those religions. Think, for example, of the dialectic of matter and spirit in gnosticism, where matter was viewed as base and grotesque