When Beyoncé spread herself out in front of the figure of Jesus in the magnificent “Last Supper” painting by Leonardo da Vinci in Miami’s South Beach over this spiritual season, she delivered yet another cruel slap in the face of Christians. She even had the hubris to Instagram it in order to get yet another list of her followers sealed in cyberspace. Beyoncé blocking out a picture of our Lord; Beyoncé trivializing the horrible Challenger disaster; last year’s Satanic images in her Super Bowl 2013 half time show. Why are she and her handlers doing this?
Here are some more significant images depicted in the lyrics of her husband Jay-Z’s song “Magna Carta:”. . .”Till it runneth over, Holy Grail.” He tells his listeners that “you’re so unfair, sipping from the cup.” Wikipedia tells us that according to legend, the Holy Grail caught the blood of Jesus as Joseph was interring Him. The title of these Jay-Z lyrics, “Magna Carta,” contains even more offensive allusions for Christians. The Magna Carta also inspired the US Constitution. But is Jay-Z playing on the notion that this document was written in English common law for “free men,” not serfs? No, instead, I feel that these people are playing out the 1963 Communist Manifesto to take over America from within because our Constitution and our Country alone stand in the way of the takeover by one world collectivists; and that’s what the liberals/progressives want.
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Let’s try to help Jay-Z crack the code as he emotes: “I’m in this maze with you.” Putting himself and his wife in the same syntax as images of our spirituality and Christian beliefs is offensive, and could be deliberate. Changing out images of beloved icons such as the Last Supper painting metaphorically spits on our moral imperatives and codes of Christian conduct. Even Astronaut Tom Jones decried the hurtful use of the very painful Challenger announcement as Beyoncé trivializes a real American tragedy.
Since the Youtube video explaining all of the Beyoncé Satanic symbols in her Super Bowl show is “not available,” let’s consider what another website tells us: “. .don’t let her and her music within 500 miles of your children.” Just look at the eyes in the singer’s photo as her “spirit guide”, Sasha Fierce, takes over her body as Beyoncé herself admits. Flashing the triangle sign, wearing a bustier covered with a head of a goat with long horns, and costumed in a triangle shaped outfit, Sasha (nee Beyoncé) certainly was inflicting more than football onto millions of trapped viewers and sports’ fans. A Gallup poll recently revealed that 3/4ths of all Americans call themselves Christians, so what better place to reach as many of these religious followers than at the Super Bowl?
These people performed for an Obama fundraiser that reportedly cost $40,000 to attend. A photo op of the couple with the president shows Beyoncé gazing up at the Leader with eyes of adoration! But one commenter calls them out: “Hey-Beyoncé–if you are really so cool, do this with Mohammed or even the Ayatolla Khomeni’s pictures.” In other words, try defiling Muslim symbols instead of Christian symbols, and see how far you get. In another photo, Jay-Z sports a “Do What Thou Wilt” Biblical message on his shirt. He tells us on another post that hey, he’s an entertainer, that he really doesn’t pay much attention to people being upset, and that he may push our buttons.
So the American Way is being pummeled by this obscenely wealthy duo, who reportedly dropped $100,000 in a private VIP club in Atlanta two days after Christians celebrated the birth of Christ. Take a closer look at how we are being molded, coerced, and desensitized to the tenets of our Christian faith. It is being attacked every day in ways never imagined by our founding fathers, who used Christianity as the basis for creating our democratic freedoms and founding documents so threatened today!
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