Continuing in the tradition of pop culture luminaries being accused of membership in the Illuminati, the usual suspects on the internet are having a field day with the supposed Illuminati hand signal made by Beyonce during her Superbowl halftime show. Digital Journal does a good job rounding up the fun:
Did Beyonce flash the Illuminati sign during the halftime show at Super Bowl? New World Order conspiracy theorists say she did and that she may have declared to the world that she and her husband are members of the super-secret cult.
Beyonce was captured flashing the Illuminati sign during her super-sexy Pepsi Halftime Show at Super Bowl XLVII at the Superdome in New Orleans just before the lights went out…
During her performance, Beyonce made the triangle sign that those who are into arcane symbols say is the Illuminati symbol. The Examiner writes: “For the record, the Illuminati sign has deep history in the world. The word – the plural form of the Latin word illuminates which means enlightened – is a label given to a number of real and fictional groups and organizations. The term originally goes back to May 1, 1776, when it was used to refer to the Bavarian Illuminati’s secret society. In current times, the term Illuminati is related to a conspiracy organization allegedly designed to mastermind events and control world affairs through governments and corporations establishing a New World Order.”
And even more ominously, as NWO conspiracy theorists think, Beyonce has not issued a statement to say what she meant by the symbol she flashed publicly.
But then some ask, if Beyonce were a member of a super-secret group why would she flash the sign to millions at the Super Bowl half-time show? Her super-secret membership of the super-secret cult stops being super-secret once she does that.
But many see the fact that Jay-z’s record label uses the symbol as further evidence of connection with the Illuminati. Jay-Z himself made the symbol at the 2008 grand reopening of the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, The Blaze reports…
[continues at Digital Journal]