As the world feverishly decodes clues the Illuminated Ones left us on Superbowl Sunday, one cannot help but think there is a bit of context missing from the conversation. Certainly duality was a major theme. And when you think of duality in the context of one of the WORLD’S most indulgent capitalist pageants you can’t help but think of porn! Clearly the Illuminati are sexual creatures as evident in pop culture and their rituals. But what is their end game? World domination cannot sustain itself—too many variables to contend with. If the Illuminati are half as smart as they’re made out to be they would already know this.
Clearly a major paradigm shift is coming where the roles of society are turned inside out, “flipped”, as it were. We look behind the curtain and find not an old white guy but a mirror. Some would rather smash the mirror than go inside, but like a liquid metal terminator, the mirror i always reverts back to its original form and we are faced with only ourselves when we confront authority.… Read the rest
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 most surprising commercial show during last night’s Superbowl had to be that for the “Church” of Scientology. Classified as a cult in various countries (and as a criminal organization in Belgium), one wonders why the CBS television network decided to sell one of it’s precious advertising spots to such a controversial entity when demand exceeded supply and all spots were sold well in advance of the game. Here’s the rather dull ad for those of you who didn’t watch the game or were not in a market where it aired:
If you want to understand our culture, watch our commercials. Via Salon, Michael Shaw writes:
With the West in an endless struggle in the Middle East not just for resources but mindshare, we see the Coke bottle — the symbol of globalization and American commercialism — sitting there in the hot sand, the object of desire for, first of all, a hapless Gulf prince/camel jockey. Resonating with [the looming] immigration debate, we then have a Hispanic desperado evoking the desert as if the province of thirsty Mexicans looking north.
It’s funny but not-so-funny when you consider that what America has to offer is, in fact, a mirage. What the ad people realize I’m sure is that, after more than a decade in Iraq and Afghanistan, the idea of “quenching” — no matter how much you “put down” the Arabs and Islamists — couldn’t be more ironic.
Luke Rudkowski is an extreme lightweight when it comes to drinking, so we decided to test his drinking ability against the knowledge of American citizens. After 6 tequila shots (a personal record), Luke had to throw in the towel as he couldn’t stand the ignorance and his own weight.
Thank you to all participants for having a good time and not punching Luke in the face. Our main objective was to raise awareness about the existence of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which as we documented, many Americans do not know about.
The most entertaining part of watching the annual American Football Superbowl was, as usual, the expensively produced commercials, showing off the most creative minds of Madison Avenue. For my money the funniest was not Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno pitching Acura (Honda), but Clint Eastwood in toughest Dirty Harry / Gran Torino mode proclaiming that America is going to mount a comeback in the “second half.”
An honorable mention however to Chevrolet, who capitalized on the Mayan Calendar Apocalypse meme in this spot…