A performance laced with Satanic gestures and Illuminati symbols once again dominated the Super Bowl half-time show.
Talk show host Alex Jones called this year's show a disgusting worship fest of a corrupt power base that wants to rule the world. Last year, Madonna struck a Baphomet pose as she donned a horned crown and danced on a stage embedded with an all-seeing eye.
The Illuminati symbols are thrown in our faces as a way to declare authority over us, said Jones.
At about 4 minutes into this video of the Super Bowl half time show, audience members in the front rows are seen making the pyramid hand sign toward pop star Beyonce as she struts on stage. Beyonce displayed a pyramid hand signal during the performance, as well. The power also failed and part of the Superdome was without electricity for just over a half-hour, 33 minutes to be exact, a ritualistic Illuminati number.
“This was a ritual and the media is going to pick this up and call me crazy,” Jones said. “America is under a dark spell. We are under witchcraft. We’ve been mesmerized, hypnotized.”
Crazy? How about a fawning love letter to Beyonce written by NPR that compares the pop singer to a goddess and an idol worthy of being worshiped.
“One of the Twitter hashtags devised by rabid Beyonce fans before last night's Super Bowl halftime show was religious in nature: #praisebeysus. Praise Beysus!,” NPR reported.
It continues: “This performance would also help her transcend the term goddess, that oddly trivializing term bestowed on far too many of her female peers and predecessors in the glamor game. If Beyonce nailed this one, she would be a god: a savior of pop, an icon to worship, the ultimate.”
The article goes on to gush over how Beyonce and Jay-Z are the pop idol representations of Barack and Michelle Obama. And why not? President Obama's second term was compared by Newsweek magazine to the second coming of Christ.
Rarely do we ever hear Christian leaders criticizing such blasphemous statements. Raising politicians or pop singers to the status of God or pagan deities says a lot about the status of our nation. And so does that small, somewhat inconspicuous pyramid hand symbol.
Pyramids symbolize ancient Egypt, “where the pharaoh controlled all the land and resources. With absolute authority, he oversaw annual harvests, built monuments to honor the gods, and made decisions about government, law, trade, and foreign policy,” according to a PBS documentary, Secrets of the Pharaohs.
A pyramid is sometimes depicted with an all-seeing eye at its helm, representing the eye of Lucifer and a small, “top-down command and control system of compartmentalization, " according to Infowars.com. In essence, the pyramid represents the ruling system favored by the international cabal of elitists who want to control all of the world's money and natural resources.
Outwardly, the elitists are represented by the United Nations, which in its own documents calls for carbon taxes, reducing energy and controlling the world’s natural resources, primarily through the Agenda 21 program.
The power outage ties into all of that, as well. It was designed to help condition the public to electricity shortages, Jones said during Monday’s show. He also cited a report in Bloomberg that declared economic depressions are good for the reducing carbon emissions.
Brian Tuohy, author of The Fix Is In, said during the broadcast he does not believe the power outage was an accident. In other words, it was likely staged. Tuohy’s book addresses, in part, how sporting events around the globe are fixed. On Monday, the New York Times reported that at least 680 soccer games worldwide are under suspicion of being fixed.
The strangeness continued Monday, as an Associated Press article declared, “Beyonce not the cause of Super Bowl blackout, NFL says.”
AP reports: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday that the halftime show was not the cause of the power outage that darkened the Superdome for half an hour during Sunday's broadcast.
"There's no indication at all that this was caused by the halftime show. Absolutely not. I know that's been out there that this halftime show had something to do with it. That is not the case," Goodell said.
As Jones predicted, establishment media outlets made fun of the Illuminati connection.
But that's OK. Some people specialize in knowing everything about the make-believe world of professional football. Others know history and world events.