Jay-Z’s In a Cult!

Bill Waters sends along this item from the occult-focused blog Vigilant Citizen:

Jay-Z’s latest video called “Run This Town” (featuring Rihanna and Kanye West) contains occult symbolism relating to secret societies. It has been long rumored that Jay-Z is part of some sort of occult order (probably Freemasonry) due to the hints slipped in his songs and his imagery. ”Run This Town” certainly adds fuel to the fire…

I’m pretty sure Jay-Z does it on purpose and that he appreciates the attention it gets him. He has been steadily displaying occult symbolism in his songs, videos and in the designs of his Rocawear clothing line. The Brooklyn rapper has lately been associating himself through telling hints to Freemasonry, Illuminati and other orders. Is he now initiated in one of those Brotherhoods and eager to show it off? Why does he appear in other videos containing occult meanings (see Rihanna’s “Umbrella” or Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love”)?

The video to “Run This Town” was directed by Anthony Mandler, who also did Rihanna’s “Disturbia” video. In another of my articles, I explain how this video is a metaphor for evil possession. The least we can say is that Mandler certainly knows how to insert dark symbolism into a video.

This might SOUND ridiculous, but Vigilant Citizen has assembled a pretty impressive set of evidence in support of his claims.


Above, here’s Jigga in the “making of” video, wearing a Rocawear hoodie emblazoned with “do what thou wilt.”

A saying that just happens to have been the personal catchphrase of Aliester Crowley, a notorious mystic, astrologer, occult figure and spy, well known for his affinity with Satanic forces!


The figure in the image above is Baphomet, a pagan deity that became a focus of occult activities and a representation of the devil himself.


Kanye, I know you just made a music video with Jay-Z, and I’m-a let you finish, but Baphomet is on your Rocawear shirt and he is one of the wickedest devils of ALL TIME!!

How about Alien Princess RiRi? Is she in on this too?

Rihanna’s lyrics are announcing an imminent change that might terrify or enrage some people (”hear the screams from everywhere“). The torches hint to a new spiritual and philosophical era where Lucifer is king. She is “addicted to the thrill” of being on the dark side and she knows that dealing with it is a “dangerous love affair“. But regardless of all of this, it all comes down to control, hence “Only thing that’s on my mind is who gon run this town tonight“.


Nope, nothing Satanic about dressing up in that outfit, throwing the devil horns and wearing skull rings. Nothing to see here!

Jay-Z’s most brilliant piece of occult symbology has been right under our noses for years – the Rocafella salute.

I always just thought those dudes were making triangles with their hands, but what I didn’t pick up on until Vigilant Citizen pointed it out is that they often place their own left eye at the center of the triangle. See the photo at the top of this post for confirmation.

You know what that means…NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM, mothafuckas!!

great seal

And here’s a Rocawear shirt that further confirms the assertion:

roca shirt

I don’t think you can read VC’s comprehensive post on this matter and come away unconvinced that at the very least, Jay-Z is working overtime to make it seem like he’s a practicing member of, and recruiter for, the occult.

And his efforts are working, yo.

From the masses that assemble at his concerts…


…to NBA player Rashad McCants…


…to former Viacom chairman Tom Freston!


Hell, even Clark Rocafella be throwing the sign!

clark roc

People, when Baphomet shows up to claim your first born child for unholy sacrifices, all because you threw the Rocafella sign or wore one of Jay-Z’s wicked clothing items…don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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