To say that Beyonce is a satanist is no conspiracy theory, she weaves satanic themes and imagery into just about everything she does. Why is that?
Disney dropped ‘Black Is King’ yesterday, a new movie from Beyonce that is being billed as a ‘tribute to black power’, an interesting concept to say the least.
Imagine the same type of thing being release to promote ‘white power’, but I digress.
Racist overtones aside, ‘Black Is King’ is yet another vehicle for Beyonce in which satanic imagery, like the baphomet headdress you see in the main photo, is splashed all through the movie.
“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret.
“But all things that are reproved are made manifest by the light: for whatsoever doth make manifest is light. Wherefore he saith, Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light.” Ephesians 5:11-14 (KJB)
Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z have a long and storied history of cozying up to satanic and Illuminati imagery, so much so that here fans have to constantly defend them against that, like you will see in the article below.
Beyonce and Jay-Z are members of Aleister Crowley’s satanic cult, OTO. Beyoncé was accused by her ex-drummer of ‘extreme witchcraft’, ‘dark magic’ and more.
To say that Beyonce is a satanist is no conspiracy theory, she weaves satanic themes and imagery into just about everything she does.
Why is that? You tell me.
‘Black Is King’ could have been an interesting movie had it been done by someone else without the gigantic ego of Beyonce.
It could have been a movie promoting black history and culture in a beautiful and storybook way, something that could have been healing at a time of racial division like what we have now.
Instead, ‘Black Is King’ offers you satanism woven into a children’s story, with the end result be unsettling to say the least. But this is nothing new from Beyonce, this is her recurring message.
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So, Beyoncé’s highly anticipated visual album, Black Is King, is finally out. In it, she re-imagines the story of The Lion King using music, dance, poetry, woven in beautiful African imagery and culture.
This is exactly how I knew that as soon as the musical film was released, conspiracy theorists would be on it like white on rice.
Not long after I tweeted that, someone sent me a post on Instagram containing an insane conspiracy theory about Beyoncé made by a woman named Delphine Okobah.
The Delphinator’s (that’s what she calls herself) bio says that her account is dedicated to “amplifying stories that save.” After reading all TEN SLIDES, I figured this was something y’all needed to see.
The idea of someone sitting down to design this cover using the silhouette of the stereotypical depiction of a witch cracks me up so bad.
All I can imagine when I look at this is Beyoncé flying her broomstick to the set of Black Is King every day in a cloak, mini-dress, 3-inch heels, and the sorting hat from Harry Potter on her head.
Sounding like the opening narration of a dystopian movie, Delphine starts with the claim that there has been an increase in demon activity recently.
According to her, the line between both realms have been blurred (I think Robin Thicke predicted this) and everyone’s going to have to pick a side because a war is coming and “casual Christians will become casualties.”
She says that witchcraft is becoming more mainstream, citing the witches who came out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and the Nigerian women who sell/use the popular love charm, Kayan Mata, as proof. There’s also something about the gentrification of witchcraft.