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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Music Videos: The Symbolism is always Invisibly Visible (Do you have the EYE?)

This Video called "on to the next one" by Jay Z was I thought the biggest taunt ever...in that it really played to the hysteria and magnetism that people have with the occult and mysticism and more notably Masonic inferences.

Jay Z has said in an Interview wherein Angie Martinez asks him...

Angie: "you antagonizing it (these images you see in videos these days) takes it to a whole other level" and his response was...

JAY Z: "well...that's just the comic in me, it's humor, it's funny to me".

To those of you who read my blog, what do you make of these images in Videos nowadays, how do you feel about artists who seem to think that it's funny that people are becoming alarmed and disturbed by what there seeing? Do you think there making light of it because there's nothing to really be concerned about, or do you think there trivializing it because that's how you defuse an ever-growing populace of people who are becoming aware?

This is possibly the most in-depth analysis of Jay-Z's use of occult imagery to date...I've watched other videos and they bore me and insult my intelligence; but this clip from a series on Youtube called "Illuminati Symbolism In The Music Industry" was very decent.

Let Rihanna conclude by saying...lol

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