The 2017 Grammy Awards featured pop stars taking aim at Trump while elevating Beyoncé to a goddess-like status. It was a 2017 update of the elite’s agenda. All award shows contain carefully planned “highlight moments” to be discussed by mass media in the following days. The 2017 Grammys were no exception and, this year, these “moments” had a specific political message which clearly spelled out what the elite expects from people this year.
In the Grammys, the anti-Trump message reached its apex when Busta Rhymes took the stage and called Trump “Agent Orange” (which is also the name of a toxic herbicide used by the US army in Vietnam) – a perfectly cartoonish villain name. Opposed to Agent Orange was Beyoncé who played the role of an awe-inspiring mother-goddess, surrounded by an aura of purity. She was the queen of the ceremony and the recipient of universal praise. As in tradition, Beyoncé was the queen of this awards ceremony. While most artists offered sober performances, hers was an intense visual and auditory experience interlaced with powerful words and symbolic imagery. Shortly before the Grammy awards, Beyoncé made a grandiose pregnancy announcement which caused mass media to lose its damn mind. Some headlines were going to strange emotional depths, stating that “it was just what this nation needed”. This mass media response was planned. Beyoncé’s team did everything right to make this moment as iconic and transcendent as possible. While everybody and their mother was gossiping about this picture, nobody seemed to notice an extremely important item in there: The Veil. Why is her face covered by a pale veil while announcing her pregnancy? Veils traditionally represent a bride’s virginity.
“An occasion on which a Western woman is likely to wear a veil is on her wedding day. Veils covering the hair and face became a symbolic reference to the virginity of the bride thereafter. A bride may wear the face veil through the ceremony. Then either her father lifts the veil, presenting the bride to her groom, or the groom lifts the veil to symbolically consummate the marriage.”
By combining a symbol of virginity with her pregnant belly, we get a bizarre message about the babies being conceived without sexual relations – not unlike the Virgin Mary. Beyoncé’s Grammy performance went even deeper into Virgin Mary symbolism while emphasizing the concept of immaculate conception. At the beginning of the performance, Beyoncé stood stoically, as if in a religious painting, holding her belly while a divine glow was shining on her. Not unlike in her video album Lemonade, Beyoncé’s look is greatly inspired by the goddess Oshun. There are however added elements. Around her head are two ancient spiritual symbols: a halo and solar rays. These are often found on classic depictions of the Virgin Mary.A depiction of the Virgin Mary with a halo and solar rays around her head.
Halo: Also called a nimbus. A geometric shape, usually in the form of a disk, circle, ring, or rayedstructure, traditionally representing a radiant light around or above the head of a divine or sacredpersonage, an ancient or medieval monarch, etc. The seven solar rays around Beyoncé’s head gave her performance an even deeper esoteric meaning – one that refers to occult mysteries. Apollo (left), Mithras (center) and the Statue of Liberty (right). Seven solar rays emanating from the head of a divine figure is an important symbol in Mystery schools and Masonic symbolism. The true esoteric meaning of this symbol might be lost in Antiquity.
During her visually-intense performance, Beyoncé was surrounded by loyal followers who revered the grounds she walked on. At one point, things got weird.Beyoncé’s chair tipped very heavily backward – a maneuver that is NOT RECOMMENDED for pregnant women. Despite being a human goddess, Beyoncé is nevertheless submitted to the will of the industry that controls her. That chair represents the industry that could easily hurt her and her children. The same concept – a goddess controlled by dark forces – is at the core of her video-album Lemonade (read my full analysis of it here). Despite her goddess-like status, Beyoncé did not win album of the year. It was won by Adele whose Grammy performance was the EXACT opposite of Beyoncé’s composed and ethereal offering. Indeed, Adele messed up the song tributing George Michael and cursed on live TV, something she kept apologizing for afterward. During her acceptance speech, Adele went on a bizarre rant about how she’s obsessed with Beyoncé, even saying: