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As I was watching the tattoo reality show Ink Master, I couldn’t help but notice how many shirts that Dave Navarro (from bands Jane’s Addiction and Red Hot Chili Peppers) wore that featured some form of cross/Christian mockery. I decided to take a quick trip down Google lane and found a slew of images showing us what Navarro is truly into…
First (and most importantly) he has tattoos of the sign of Thelema, which is the occult magick group Aleister Crowley founded. This would indicate that Dave Navarro is a follower, or a Thelemite. I go into far more detail behind the entertainment agenda and Aleister Crowley’s hand in the symbolism we find in the music and film industries in the Aleister Crowley & the Illuminati magick post if you’re new to the subject.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers even had an album called Blood Sugar Sex Magick which is one of the important rituals that Crowley and his followers perform (they’re into orgies and sexual dark energy for various reasons). Granted, Navarro wasn’t quite in the band when it came out, but it begs the question of how similar their beliefs might be:
Here’s a few images where you can see the Thelema symbol (referred to as the ‘unicursal hexagram’):
Now check out Navarro’s elbow with the same symbol:
Ironically he is also featured in PETA and animal rights ads, which Aleister Crowley might find inappropriate for a Thelemite because the rituals Crowley spoke of included the sacrifice of animals (and young children; again, see that link above):
Here’s Navarro doing the rock n’ roll bull horns which are a symbol of Ba’al, aka Moloch, the bull god that receives spiritual energy by form of child sacrifice (look up Bohemian Grove as well). His hands are in the fashion of Spider man in this shot:
I explore the horns and Moloch a bit more in my post about the Illuminati & occult symbolism of Maleficent:
Additional ideas behind the horns of Moloch would be the astrological basis of the various ages we’ve gone through. The Age of Taurus; the bull, is one in which the worship of Moloch is based and took place around 4000-2000 BC. This corresponds to what you can read in the Bible with Moses talking about the worship of the golden calf and the people sacrificing babies to the bull god Moloch in exchange for mercy and prosperity. The next astrological after that was the Age of Aries; the lamb, or ram from about 2000 BC to 1 AD. So we can see two consecutive ages where the symbol of two horns atop the head played an important part of culture and society. The Illuminati roots into the worship of these older polytheistic traditions and you can see it prevalent in tons of entertainment symbolism
Here’s the All Seeing Eye symbolism you can find on the artwork for his single Rexall:
He’s also been into this suspension bondage, where you hang from hooks in the ceiling:
Also, on his wrist is what I’ve seen referred to as Fnord the Eye of Satan (Im being informed that ‘Fnord’ is used in the Illuminatus trilogy; the wiki for it says it’s a subliminal disinformation reference so you be the judge):
I found this information (and image below) from a PrisonPlanet forum post, showing multiple logos with the eye of satan on it:
Navarro recently got a tattoo visible on his neck that is actually the logo for the Church of Satan; appropriately named the Satanic Cross, aka the Leviathan Cross:
This symbol holds a deep esoteric alchemical meaning; mostly because it symbolizes fire, and masculinity. In hermetic and alchemical mystery schools they symbolized sulfur with this logo and attributed the male/solar/phallus god-powers with it since the male characteristic is that of fire and quick-temper (as opposed to the feminine powers that are more liquid in nature and noticeable in sexuality because women need more time to get “the water boiling” where as men are ready to go at the drop of a hat).
The smell of sulfur is also noted by those that are visited by ghosts and demons.
Here’s Anton LaVey’s Church of Satan website prominently featuring the Satanic Cross:
Here’s another shirt (that’s pretty clever actually…):
Navarro has been an advocate for Damien Echols; one of the men accused of murdering three boys in West Memphis, Arkansas back in 1993. Echols was accused of performing Satanic ritual sacrifices, only later to be acquitted and released from prison and avoiding the death penalty. There are a series of documentaries about the case and its appeals, and it portrays the town as a Bible Belt area where they did somewhat of a witch hunt and snatched up Echols and his friends due to their garish looks and interests. Regardless of what you think of the case, there was some serious fuckery involved with the whole deal (which is why I’m opposed to the death penalty).
We could go on all day about the WM3 case and Echols background in the occult, but for now just take a look at the influence Navarro and Echols have on each other (there’s actually another image online of Echols tattooing Navarro- but it isn’t authorized use without Kevin Wilson’s permission and I can’t get a hold of him):
And take a look at Echols’ tattoos; they look very similar in nature to Navarro’s:
Here’s a photo he posted from his Tumblr page of him and his lady friend at the Amityville House. I’m actually into urban exploration so I’m not sure that there’s anything “sinister” about this, but I thought I’d throw it in the mix anyways:
Wikipedia also has the claim that he married the makeup artist Tania Goddard (his first marriage) and they had a pagan ceremony.
This post has gained traction (which led me to go back and doctor up some of my errors) to the point that even Dave Navarro himself saw this on my Twitter feed:
Thanks to Watcher Skyrim; we can see an interesting interview from 2011 with Vanity Fair in which Dave Navarro says some interesting things about his tattoo that says “Surrender Dorothy”…
I assume there’s some kind of backstory there. Is that the title of an upcoming album or do you just dig witches or The Wizard of Oz?
There are a multitude of reasons, not all of them I can share with you. But I can tell you this. The word “surrender” speaks for itself. Certainly The Wizard of Oz is a pivotal film in my life. I think it’s a rite-of-passage film. It’s something that should be shown to children when they’re still at an age for it to terrify and horrify them. Because when I saw it for the first time, it was the scariest thing I’d ever seen. Anytime I talk to somebody in my age range about that film, they had a similar experience. It looked like this shiny, happy movie for kids, but at the end of the day, it’s no joke.
The Wizard of Oz always seems to come up with Illuminati conspiracies about mind control. The fact that he calls it a ‘rite of passage’ due to its horrific nature makes me wonder even more about its supposed trauma in the fracturing of the mind. In fact, I detailed its usage in Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut film analysis:
The Wizard of Oz film featured the song Over the Rainbow sang by Judy Garland (note that the song Over the Rainbow was featured in other Illuminati-esque events such as Lady Gaga performing on Good Morning America and also the Sandy Hook shooting memorial which links to the record label of “Sandy Hook Records” that Judy Garland was on at one time; andall of that ties to the fact that Oz equals ’77’ in occult symbolism which is the publication of Aleister Crowley ‘Liber Oz’ or ‘Book 77′). These themes involving rainbows will be recurring in the film…
William Ramsey sent me this image that shows Dave Navarro in a bathtub of blood (which I’ve explained as a portal gateway to and from Hell) with some As Above So Below symbolism in the mix:
On the 28JUL2015 episode Navarro wore a shirt that piqued my interests due to the All Seeing Eye in the center of the triangle (symbolism for manifestation and the All Seeing Eye):
You can see that he’s wearing a UNIF shirt which is a company that has several shirts that aren’t necessarily anti-Christian, but definitely questionable due to sacrilegious imagery. For example, here is another UNIF shirt that I saw him wearing previously:
In season 6, episode 11 the show decided to give tattoo “virgins” their first tattoo (on their fingernails) in a church. While that’s enough to raise eyebrows; I noticed some peculiar imagery on Navarro’s jacket pins:
You’ll recognize symbols that I refer to often on this website: lightning (the sign of the fallen angel-Lucifer), the Mark of the Beast “X”, skull and bones (more death symbolism- a reminder that occultists use to always think of life and death), and the alchemical sulfur (the cross of Leviathan- mentioned earlier as the symbol in the Church of Satan).
We recently saw Taylor Swift making use of some of the same symbols in her video for Style (analyzed on IlluminatiWatcher.com as well), so what gives here? Is this a form of mockery of the Church?…
I also notice that he’s got some pins that reference one of my guilty pleasures- Rocky Horror Picture Show, which is yet another film with occult roots (more to come on that later), so I can’t judge too much. Just pointing out the obvious…
I’ll update as he gets more tattoos and more is revealed. I actually enjoy watching Ink Master so this post is pretty easy to update 🙂
Check out the YouTube video of this post for even more images:
UPDATE 26NOV2016: On the Inkmaster S8E12 “Road to the Finale” episode I noticed Mr. Navarro got a new tattoo worth mentioning:
It is a tattoo of three 6s (forming 666) on his left hand– suggesting he’s following the Left Hand Path of antinomianism with the mark of the beast. Again, this supports many of the theories we’ve learned about with the Luciferian agenda in the entertainment industry and Dave Navarro’s dark side…
Thanks for reading!
P.S. Back in August 2016 I was given the opportunity to talk to Dave Navarro himself on his show: DARK MATTER. You can check it out HERE– I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how the show went!
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