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Madonna, the Occult and Mind Control

 

 

THE VIGILANT CITIZEN analyzes Madonna’s recent tour:

People have come to expect controversy from Madonna, but this is not simply controversy for the sake of it like she used to do in the 90′s. Nope, this is symbolic and calculated controversy, engineered to carry all of the Illuminati’s messages. ….

… So the show began with Madonna pleading for “world peace,” a slogan of the New World Order. A few minutes later, she dances around toting machine guns, revolvers and an AK-47 – a weapon that is widely used in wars across the world, including in Israel. The cognitive dissonance between what Madonna says (i.e. “If there is peace here in the Middle East, there can be peace in the whole world”), and what she does (shooting and killing bunch of people with blood stains everywhere) is typical of Illuminati double-speak. Like Orwell wrote several decades ago, WAR IS PEACE, FREEDOM IS SLAVERY, and IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH.

Atop hypocritical double-speak involving war, there is also hypocritical double-speak involving spirituality. After her moralizing speech about “respect”: “If we can all rise above our egos and our titles and the names of our countries and our religions, and treat everyone around us with dignity and respect, then we are on the road to peace,” the show turns into a big Black Mass insulting Christianity. [cont.]

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Buck writes:

Not on point, but this phot of Madonna’s daughter Lourdes in a cone bra is at Drudge:

Laura writes:

The story linked by Drudge is from The Hollywood Reporter which writes:

The mother-daughter duo apparently shares similar tastes in fashion. In addition to reportedly swapping duds, Lourdes and Madonna have built a fashion empire together with their Material Girl Collection, a flirty line aimed at juniors, which launched in the summer of 2010 and is available at Macy’s. With Madonna’s latest album, Lourdes also lent her voice to the track “Superstar.”

Lourdes isn’t the only one getting a taste of her mother’s spotlight this year. The original Material Girl’s son, Rocco Ritchie, made his stage debut during the singer’s MDNA tour kickoff in Tel Aviv. The 11-year-old joined Madonna on stage dancing and smiling in front of the audience.

Great mom. And a great American department store.

Josh F. writes:

There is a good case to be made that the picture of Madonna’s 15-year-old daughter is a piece of pornography. The pose, sans “cone bra,” is one commonly seen in pornography. Is it coincidence that this picture surfaces at near the same time that the whole public breast exposure issue rages?

Jane S. writes:

Madonna does what she has always done. Her current tour is not anything different than her stuff from 20 years ago. [Laura writes: Madonna has always produced trash but this is qualitatively different. It is much worse.] But it is sad to watch country music throw itself on the same pop culture dung heap along with everyone else. I hoped they would hold out a bit longer than this.

I watched the Country Music Awards earlier this month and it made me sick. There was a thoroughly obnoxious female cohost who simulated moves like she was having sex on stage. The women wore outfits that were absolutely obscene, décolletage down to here. One all-girl group did a song about being addicted to pills. Willie Nelson did an extremely bizarre song called, “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die.” There was even a cameo of Obama and Romney, making themselves look ridiculous. There may have been worse things. I had to stop watching. I couldn’t stand anymore.

Daniel S. writes:

My friend the Christian traditionalist writer Mark Hackard wrote on this same subject several months back. Speaking of modern men who “prefer desolation and nothingness to God” he states:

Surrogate deities rise from the void and demand worship. At times these gods assume patently ridiculous forms, if only to accentuate our abasement. Such has been the case with Madonna, the Super Bowl XLVI halftime show sensation. Madonna Ciccone is a 53-year-old woman who in any healthy society would be relegated to its more sordid undersides. In this degraded age she is crowned songstress to the world, a tawdry prefiguration of the scarlet harlot from St. John’s Apocalypse. A veteran perpetrator of three decades of cultural subversion, Madonna executed yet another lewd, insipid musical extravaganza before a global audience. And while execrable in its exaltation of this “goddess”, the show seemed to fulfill another very specific purpose.

Madonna’s Super Bowl halftime performance projected a barrage of occult and Masonic imagery. The arcane symbols seen during the concert cannot be consigned to the realm of fantasy; indeed, they were blatant enough to be easily spotted by astute observers. Vigilant Citizen, a website covering the interplay between occultism and popular culture, published a rather convincing exposé on the esoteric undercurrent of the whole spectacle. Perhaps it’s tempting to dismiss such claims as conspiracist paranoia, yet Madonna’s wardrobe and set art, as well has her very biography, suggest more than a passing acquaintance with secret societies.

Having built her fortune on blasphemy, Madonna is also a high-profile practitioner of Kabbalah, Judaic magic rooted in the mystery schools of Babylon and Egypt. One reason among many for Hollywood’s suspension in unreality is that “the industry” has an extensive history with cults, so it should come as no surprise that a number of stars and their handlers might be participants in such activity. How remarkable that Madonna, the Material Girl, devotes herself to contact with unseen forces from the astral plane! The more refined work of radicals past, particularly the invocations of Bakunin and Proudhon, confirms that atheist materialism soon enough begets demonolatry, implicit or overt.

It is clear that our political and cultural elites are obsessed with the occult, and that is no mere conspiracy theory (indeed such reports are covered in many mainstream media outlets, often unnoticed). Modern pop singers Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry all perform degenerate entertainment that combines cultural Marxism with occultism derived from such notorious figures as Alistair Crowley (the self-described Great Beast 666).

Izzy writes:

When I was reading the post on “Madonna and the Occult” I couldn’t help but think it was a bit paranoid conspiracy theorist-style. I mean, the NWO and Illuminati don’t exist, and never will, but I am just concerned that the site will be overrun by conspiracy theories…perhaps it is my own fears. I apologize.

Laura writes:

Vigilant Citizen does a good job of examining the occult symbolism in Madonna’s tour.  Madonna  is a believer in Kabbalah. As for the existence of secret societies spreading occultism among celebrities, I don’t take it seriously, but it’s not necessary to take it seriously to recognize the disturbing growth of occultism. As Daniel S. said:

It is clear that our political and cultural elites are obsessed with the occult, and that is no mere conspiracy theory (indeed such reports are covered in many mainstream media outlets, often unnoticed). Modern pop singers Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry all perform degenerate entertainment that combines cultural Marxism with occultism derived from such notorious figures as Alistair Crowley (the self-described Great Beast 666).

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