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I’m excited to announce my 2nd book entitled SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC. This book focuses on conspiracy theories and the Illuminati symbolism in hip hop culture, rap music, and pop music.
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Connections between the occult and rap music you CAN’T find anywhere else
This is literally a one-of-a-kind book. The range of topics I connect and expose aren’t made anywhere else. You can find books about hip hop conspiracies, but you’re not going to find a book that reveals the magical formula of Jay-Z’s power triangle and his obsession with the color blue and why many artists are literally performing magic rituals on their videos.
Relevant artists with fresh material
This is a book written for the hip hop community; by a life long fan of the culture. Even if you don’t know what a ‘Lil Wayne‘ is, you’ll still understand the topics I’m presenting because I’ll take the reader through the history of hip hop, what it means to so many people, how the Illuminati hijacked it, and why there is an occult influence within it that is pervasive to this day.
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Take a journey to the dark side of hip hop…
…where the independent researcher, Isaac Weishaupt, lays out the global Illuminati agenda for all to see. In this explicit exposé he’ll explain the origins of hip hop and tell you who the key players are that allow this manipulation to transpire. Examples of powerful occult secrets and magic rituals are presented to the reader, with an explanation of why they’re being subjected to such disorder.
Learn about the mind control and demonic possession that plagues today’s most popular rap and R&B artists…
…as you acquire the skills necessary to become aware of the plan the music industry has to instill occultist Aleister Crowley’s ushering of the New Age of Horus.
Explore the dark corners of conspiracy theories revolving around the murder of musicians…
…for the ancient practice of sacrifice to the blood thirsty pagan gods and selling of one’s soul in exchange for fame and fortune.
The codex for decoding all of the major Illuminati symbols is revealed in the Appendix that provides rich detail of symbols such as the All Seeing Eye, Jay-Z’s power diamond, the black cube of Saturn, and much more.
- Origins of hip hop
- How the Illuminati manipulates the black culture through an industrial prison complex and negative messages in rap music
- The use of magical spells used in lyrics and music videos
- Demonic possession and MKULTRA mind control
- Magician Aleister Crowley and his occult agenda
- The ancient practice of blood sacrifice being perpetuated to this day.
Learn the REAL truth about:
- Eminem and Jay-Z’s ‘Rain Man‘ demonic entity
- The reason Tupac, BIG, Aaliyah, Left Eye, ODB and Michael Jackson were murdered
- Death Row Records involvement with the Illuminati
- The black Skull & Bones known as ‘The Boule‘
- How an FBI COINTELPRO secret program assassinated black leaders with positive messages (e.g. MLK)
- Prince and Jay-Z predicting 9/11
- Dr. Dre’s Illuminati power move to become rap’s first billionaire
- Beyonce’s spiritual channeling of Sasha Fierce
- The crossover into the Age of Aquarius with pop stars like Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, and Justin Bieber
- Kabbalah secrets in the music industry
- How DMX, Kanye West, and Lauryn Hill all revealed the true nature of the music industry
- …and MUCH more!
This book has been featured on Freeman Fly’s ‘The Free Zone‘…
… The HigherSide Chats podcast…
You can pick it up now using the link on my embedded Gumroad sales script below (click “I WANT THIS”). As always, you’ll get a 100% satisfaction guarantee and if you’re dissatisfied with my product just shoot me an email (you’ll see all that info when you buy the product through Gumroad).
*This new version of SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC includes new thoughts on the latest updates to the hip hop world- including Straight Outta Compton, the rise and fall of Suge Knight, and Isaac Weishaupt’s experience of defending the book on SIRIUS/XM’s SHADE45 “All Out Show”!
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Here is a small excerpt from the book:
One indictment of the Illuminati infiltration of the entertainment industry is the clever ruse of redefining magic. They’ve managed to depict magic as parlor tricks performed by men dressed in black and white pulling rabbits out of a hat. In all reality this is a psychological operation (PsyOp) meant to distract the masses from the beliefs held by practitioners. In reality it’s more of a self-discipline used to create one’s own world; a concept veiled in New Age thought and in books like The Secret.
There are different forms of magic such as Wiccan, Hermetic, Black, White, etc. and it all depends on what the practitioner believes in using to attain their end goal. Some of the more modern forms of magic have roots in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a close offshoot of Thelema, founded by Aleister Crowley. R&B singer Ciara wore a coat that boasted the name of the Golden Dawn in her video for Keep On Lookin’ and Jay-Z wore the Thelema expression Do What Thou Wilt on the aforementioned video shoot for Run This Town. Does this mean they practice magic? Not necessarily, but it does beg the question. The two magic sects are a more ritualistic style of magic so it falls in line with the reason why they insist on showing us these symbols.
Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud theorized about a ‘collective unconscious’ or ‘archaic remnants’ that the symbolism speaks to. When we see a symbol in a music video it is able to penetrate the message by opening up certain frequencies or chakras with the beat, effectively making the listener part of the ritual. When we see Jay-Z holding up the triangle of manifestation on his album cover, it’s working on the collective unconscious level.
Rick Rubin is a name synonymous with hip hop because he found Def Jam Records with Russell Simmons, which provided us with acts like LL Cool J, Public Enemy, Beastie Boys, and Run DMC. He was highlighted in a New York Times article when he revealed his fascination with magic:
“From the time I was 9 years old, I loved magic,” Rubin recalled as he walked around the cavernous loftlike space. “I was an only child, and I think that had a big impact on me. I always had grown-up friends even though I was a little kid. I would take the train from Lido Beach into Manhattan, and I’d hang out in magic shops. When I was 14, I had magician friends who were 60. I learned a lot from them — I still think about magic all the time. I always think about how things work, the mechanics of a situation — that’s the nature of being a magician.”
– Rick Rubin, New York Times
Theorists Jamie Hanshaw and Freeman Fly wrote about aspects of magic in their book series Weird Stuff (Operation Culture Creation). In their first book they detail various laws of magic. One of which is The Law of Knowledge which asserts that understanding comes with control and power. The more the magician knows the more control he/she has over that subject. Survivalist and Dual Survivor star Cody Lundin has a mantra that says “The more you know, the less you need” and this same principle is echoed here. In a survival situation, the more a person knows the more control they have over their continued existence. The Law of Knowledge applies in all of these situations when the practitioner controls the symbols and understands what they truly mean, while the audience remains unsuspecting.
Taking that concept a step further goes into The Law of Self Knowledge. This law reflects aspects of Descartes-like philosophy and requires the practitioner to explore who they truly are. Once you know yourself and have fully tested your limitations as a human you are no longer an insecure person, afraid to try new things. Many great minds were aware of the importance of this concept, as is evident at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi in ancient Greece where the oracle inspired the carving of “Know Thyself” to be written in the rocks.
“Know thy self and thou shalt know the universe and God.”
– KRS One, Know Thy Self
Going a bit further, there is a Law of Words that states knowing the true name of something will give you control over it. The reason for this is because the magicians believe the name holds the true essence of its being. The ancient mystery schools believed words and names held certain amounts of energy. Key words would give the power to shape reality simply by using the vibrational energy of the vocal chords and saying them. In the fifth century BC, philosopher Plato analyzed the properties of names and words in Cratylus. He explored the question of what criteria were necessary for naming an object. One of the beliefs the come out of this exercise is that names come from divine origin; not arbitrarily derived with community consensus. In fact, we see the King James Holy Bible describe just this in Proverbs 18:21:
Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.
It also appears in John 1:1:
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
On a simpler level, one could think of the way we teach children manners. We ask, “What is the magic word?” and the response must be “Please.” The magic is required to make the will a reality. These incantations are used with the power of words that can be expressed one letter at a time through spell-ing. We literally spell the powerful words.
Stephen Flowers, Ph.D., writes about Greco-Egyptian magical rituals in his book Lords of the Left-Hand Path and in it he details part of a theory that claims Jesus Christ was a magician. There are rituals for obtaining a spirit in order to become a son of God, and in these rituals, the magician is to look for certain signs (including a descending falcon) and then say:
I have been attached to your holy form. I have been given power by your holy name. I have acquired your emanation of the Gods. Lord, God of Gods, master, daimon.
Going further, Flowers draws parallels between magic rituals and the baptism of Jesus. In the story, Jesus received the Holy Spirit and is able to perform unbelievable (magical) feats by merely saying the word, which the author eludes to being a magical spell or mantra. Although I don’t personally believe it, that doesn’t make it so. Even more importantly, the believers of these concepts accept these as facts and dedicate their own lives to practicing the magic.
Taking this concept over into rap music, we can easily see that the rapid fire, melodic format of the genre makes the rapper a much more effective sorcerer than most. The rappers do what most practitioners of magic do, in that they use everything as a metaphor. Magicians use a stick as wand, which represents the Will which can be inferred as a microphone. The cup represents understanding (e.g. Lil Jon and Snoop Dogg’s ‘crunk’ cups), and the songs set the mood for the ritual (e.g. gangsta rap sets mood for criminal activities). Rap lyrics are teeming with lyrics that are metaphors:
“Keep one eye open like CBS, you see me stressed, right?”
– Jay-Z, Can I Live?
“Devil’s Plan is to have you drip in the Clorox, Beast deceiving us ways devious possessing, My peeps to walk streets with stolen heat like Prometheus”
– Jus Allah, Jedi Mind Tricks, I Against I
Another trick up these magicians’ sleeves is the incorporation of symbolism in the music videos, lyrics, and imagery. The most notorious symbol is the “Roc” diamond that Jay-Z made famous. Most people think this is a triangle because the shape appears to be that way, but originally it was the shape of a diamond. It derived from Roc-A-Fella records; the record label he started with Damon Dash under the Universal Music Group umbrella. Jay-Z’s first album, Reasonable Doubt was released under this label after being rejected by several other labels (and featured a song called D’Evils as the 6th track). He truly made something out of nothing in the magical sense. But that doesn’t take away the fact of the matter is that it appears to look like a triangle and Jay-Z is seen doing it with the All Seeing Eye symbolism as well. At his concerts you can see thousands of devoted fans throwing up the diamond in reverence to this modern day “God.” The same hand gesture shape is also used by actual Illuminati elites as a “power triangle” known as the Merkel-Raute (or the Merkel Diamond), and you’ll see them do this while giving speeches and on the campaign trail. It’s no coincidence that Jay-Z’s Roc-A-Fella label was named after an alleged main bloodline of the Illuminati known as the Rockefeller family.
In Texe Marrs’ book Codex Magica he highlights symbolism held by the Illuminati and displays an image of David Rockefeller Sr, then President of Chase-Manhattan Bank and founder of the Trilateral Commission. The image was from Town & Country magazine and it shows him in a masonic pose with diamonds on his necktie. The diamonds are claimed to be a symbol for the Hermetic mystery school maxim of “As above, so below.” It can be shown as two diamonds butted together and you’ll come across this in various studies of occult, magic, and Kabbalah related organizations. The basic premise is that anything that happens in this realm of the microcosm will also occur in the macrocosm. This supports the idea that the magician can bend the universe to their Will. If they make something happen in their mind it will reflect in reality of the universe.
In fact, Jay-Z’s influence has caused a chain reaction of rappers and celebrities to throw the Roc diamond up. This list includes (but is not limited to): Denzel Washington, Warren Buffet, Kanye West, Rihanna, Tom Cruise, Kobe Bryant, Drake, Lebron James, Jason Kidd, Al Sharpton, Ellen DeGeneres, NY Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, New England Patriots and business mogul Robert Kraft, and even Jay-Z’s wife, Beyoncé did it at the 2013 Super Bowl performance, prompting many theorists to speculate on her involvement in the Illuminati.
The rapper/R&B singer Drake throws up the Roc diamond but he is primarily known for having depictions of owls on his albums and jewelry. The owl is usually confused as the symbol for the deity of Moloch, but that is not the case. Moloch is depicted as a bull, while Minerva is shown through the owl. The owl shows up near ancient Goddesses like the Greek Athena and the aforementioned Roman Minerva. The symbol represents wisdom because the owl can see through the darkness. His metaphor represents the illumination of education and seeing through pervasive ignorance and deception. Not only do we see the owl on Drake’s “October’s Very Own” label (it gets truncated to “OVO” which is cleverly disguising the owl’s eyes and beak), but also at the infamous Bohemian Grove where world leaders get together and perform a ritual called The Cremation of Care where they do a mock sacrifice to a giant owl God.
Another rapper named A$AP Rocky released a video in January 2012 called Wassup that depicts him forming a sequence of pentagrams inside of an Enochian magic circle while the All Seeing Eye of Horus is displayed in the background inside the apex of a pyramid. This video released before he even had a debut album (that was called Long.Live.ASAP that released in January 2013). The purpose of the Enochian circle is to evoke spirits and form a sacred space that protects the magician from the evil they are summoning, so what we are witnessing is a spiritual evocation of an evil entity.
The practice of evocation or invocation of spirits is to magically lure the energies of the spirit world into the material world. Evoking draws from external spirits and sources, while invoking is harnessing power within you. Aleister Crowley was believed to have summoned his higher form of self through invocation of his holy guardian angel Aiwass (whom he believed to be Lucifer). This proved to Crowley that one can be God like if they invoke their higher form of consciousness. The Left-Path followers claim that Crowley was referencing Satan from a different viewpoint than what we currently think of it as. Using the principles of opposites, or yin and yang, he believed that Satan would merely be the God of anything others dislike. He believed that Satan was needed to unite the world because he provided opposition and you need opposites to clearly define the boundaries.
The list of symbolism found in music videos is also fairly exhausting, and it includes Rick Ross’ artwork for Black Barmitzvah that has the Rothschild family crest and Seal of Solomon, which is used to control demons. Solomon supposedly used this magical symbol to control demon spirits and force them to build his Temple of Solomon. In Rihanna’s video for Umbrella there is a symbol made from splashing water that clearly outlines the shape of the Baphomet. This symbol of the horned goat is another symbol for the inverted Pentagram with the horns being the bottom legs of the star. In dozens of videos we see the depiction of the All Seeing Eye of Horus inside of a triangle, outside of a triangle, or in combination with the 666 hand gesture. The same goes for the Mano Cornuto sign of the devil horns. This symbol is commonplace for representing rock ‘n’ roll but its true meaning is far more sinister and resides in the satanic doctrine which traces back through the Canaanites’ worship of the bull God Ba’al. The fact that most people laugh at those of us who point out the evil aspects of the devil horns, is just a testament for how commonplace the Illuminati have made these symbols in our daily lives. We’re led to believe that they are harmless jokes, when in reality people like Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey admitted they are used to place hexes on others.
So why do these artists throw these symbols up? Some believe in it, while others don’t know what they doing and are told by their handlers to do it. Willard Smith (better known as “Will” and you’ll see a terrible pun on it here in about one sentence…) went on the Tavis Smiley show and proceeded to talk about how he wanted to represent magic. He said that 2+2 is going to equal what he wants it to be (that’s a subtle way of saying he will bend the universe to his “Will”). One of his favorite books is The Alchemist and he says he believes he can learn patterns and create whatever he wants to. In the novel the boy named Santiago follows his prophetic dreams to go to Egypt and along the way he learns to pursue his “Personal Legend” which is “what you have always wanted to accomplish.” Again, this is the occult version of the Will, and also notice the synchronicity of two of Will Smith’s other films like The Pursuit of Happyness and I Am Legend coinciding with the ‘Personal Legend’ from this novel. High profile celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and Pharrell Williams have also gone on record to proclaim their devotion to The Alchemist.
Allegedly Will Smith is into Scientology and tried to convert his son, Jaden, but as the Hollywood Street King reports on his website, his son rejects the teachings. Instead, it claims that Jaden is into “black magic and triangles.” Again, the source of this information isn’t listed on the HSK website, but he apparently has several insider connections because he maintains one of the most popular black culture gossip websites.
The rapper 2 Chainz has gone on record in an interview with DJ Vlad to say that they had no idea they were conducting such things:
“In my opinion, I feel like directors or people that do imagery, who went to school the past last 10 years, these are some things that they learn. Which is symbols, different icons, different things – whether they be negative or positive, just to get us talking. So if I shoot a video, Vlad, and I look behind you, I have these statues behind you. You don’t know these two statues behind you. I’m the director. I’m shooting this sh*t. You don’t know that’s f*ckin’ behind you–you don’t know what the f*ck I’m doing. … Boom, you leave. Boom, people go online and say, ‘Vlad is in Illuminati.’ And guess what happens? The views go up. The views don’t help Vlad. The views help me, the f*ckin’ director.”
– 2 Chainz interview with DJ Vlad, 2013
The concepts laid out here will be elaborated on further in this book, so keep the basic fundamentals in the back of your mind as we proceed. The mind works by identification through retrieving stored information, and this information is often times first presented to the audience through predictive programming in films and music. The ability for the rappers to express concepts lyrically allows them to become the sorcerer, using magic rituals to shape the universe according to their Will. The listener participates in the ritual and devotes their energy towards that same Will. Whether you believe this idea or not is beside the point. The fact of the matter (or more appropriately the fact of this theory/speculation) is that the musicians and/or the executives handling the musicians (e.g. the Illuminati) believe in this process and apply it into their products.
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Former YouTube creator (10M+ views before being BANNED), website publisher of IlluminatiWatcher.com and top 5% Amazon author of THE DARK PATH; Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infiltration of the entertainment industry. Using examples of familiar pop culture and works of entertainment, Isaac has been speaking and writing about the occult from a unique perspective that seeks to understand the big agenda while helping others along the way.
Isaac hosts the “Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture” podcast (supported by the IW Patreons) as well as being the monthly Illuminati expert on BLACKOUT Radio. He has been a featured guest on Dave Navarro’s “Dark Matter Radio,” Richard C. Hoagland’s “Other Side of Midnight”, SIRIUS/XM’s The All Out Show, The HigherSide Chats, Freeman Fly’s “The Free Zone”, Mark Devlin’s “Good Vibrations”, VICE, COMPLEX magazine, The Atlantic and many more radio shows and podcasts. His fresh perspective and openly admitted imperfections promotes the rational approach to exploring these taboo subjects and conspiracy theories.