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➤ Super Bowl’s gilded Madonna deconstructed as Babylonian goddess and emblem of illuminati

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Super Bowl entrance: Madonna enthroned and hauled by hunky soldiers clad as if from ancient history. (Videograb from TheHumanSlinky)

❚ MADONNA ASTRIDE A GOLDEN THRONE made a spectacular entrance into the Indianapolis Super Bowl stadium on Sunday, hauled by 50 plumed soldiers in ancient Mesopotamian uniform. The Halftime Show at the most important football game of the year is the most viewed event on American TV. Most normal viewers would have recalled one great cinematic image — Cleopatra’s processional entrance into Rome in the 1963 epic starring Liz Taylor as the Queen of ancient Egypt.

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Entrance into Rome: Liz Taylor as Cleopatra in Joseph Mankiewicz’s cinema epic, 1963

But no. The diehard conspiracist who blogs as The Vigilant Citizen has penned this fabulous dissection of Madonna’s 13 minutes of pop screened on TV around the globe…

Her first performance was highly influenced by ancient Egypt-Sumeria-Babylon and Madonna’s costume recalls an ancient Babylonian goddess. Ishtar was a powerful and assertive goddess whose areas of control and influence included warfare, love, sexuality, prosperity, fertility and prostitution… Laced with profound imagery, Madonna’s halftime performance was a massive Illuminati ritual, one that was witnessed by billions of viewers. On this Super Bowl ‘Day of Atonement’, Madonna, the High Priestess of the Illuminati industry, entered the Holy of Holies of America and delivered a 13 minutes sermon that was heard by all… but understood by few… / continued at VC

➢ Madonna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show: a celebration of the grand priestess of the music industry, by The Vigilant Citizen — One conspiracy theorist’s take on 13 minutes of pop

➢ The Bavarian Illuminati — an Enlightenment-era secret society founded in 1776. A modern version is alleged to mastermind events in order to establish a New World Order.




➤ Index of posts for March

depeche mode, Remixes 2,electro-pop,

Three faces engraved by a life in rock: Depeche Mode’s Andy Fletcher, Dave Gahan and Martin Gore have between them survived depression, addiction, mental instability, attempted suicide, divorce and fatherhood

➢ 2011, Adam Ant reveals his terrifying years in purgatory

➢ Martin Kemp’s live tutorial via bass cam

➢ 2011, Clarke and Wilder pile in for Depeche Mode’s ultimate remix album

Mick Karn, Peter Murphy, Dalis Car, pop music

Mick Karn and Peter Murphy: teamed as Dalis Car in 1984

➢ Mick Karn takes a last journey in Dalis Car 2

➢ Anna’s Army — how the English-born editor of Vogue became her own global brand

➢ Crazee or crazed? David Lynch’s view of Duran’s live concert from within his hellish cave

➢ 1932–2011, Liz Taylor — Hollywood glamour to a T

➢ 2011, Despite sniffy critics, ultimately Duran’s best album since their glory years

➢ Smartphones become UK shoppers’ essentials

➢ 2011, Spandau and Duran square up for battle just like the old days

➢ Gary Kemp puts his neck on the block — Spandau ‘the best live British band of the Eighties’

➢ Haunting video catches grim carnage of the Japanese tsunami

➢ 1981, The day Duran’s fortunes really took flight — 30th anniversary of Planet Earth

➢ Kid Creole’s in pink so he’s ready for the funk

Duran Duran, 2011, All You Need Is Now, YouTube, live stream, pop music

Duran Duran earlier this year: US and European tours, plus a live concert stream. Picture courtesy duranduran.com