Illuminati Celebrities: Who’s a Part of It?

Music celebrity Madonna sports an All-Seeing-Eye Pyramid jacket.

Many celebrities have been known to be a part of the Illuminati. When he died, Elvis Presley was thought to have been murdered by Freemasons and then quickly resurrected by the Illuminati. Celebrities such as Rihanna, Jay-Z and Soulja Boy are also believed to be a part of the Illuminati due to the symbolic gestures in some of their performances. In Rihanna’s video “Where Have You Been,” there is Illuminati symbolism throughout. At the end of the video, Rihanna leans back and a light shines down on her forehead that is believed to be the Third Eye of Illumination. Other symbols like pyramids, pentagrams and owls, which allude to Freemasonry, have also been displayed by celebrities in some form or another. Rapper Jay-Z has been seen sporting what seems to be a “pentagram” on his shirt during one of his concerts. Pentagrams are known to be used in many Illuminati rituals. Rapper Soulja Boy even went as far as getting the Eye of Providence and pentagrams tattooed on his body.

To some people, the term “Illuminati” is something that is not to be discussed, but to others it is something to be taken seriously. So what exactly is the Illuminati? The Illuminati is a secret society that formed in the 1700s, which some say are powerful rich people who have the influence to control the world. Many refer to it as the “global elite” society that has most recently taken on a cult-like status. Some even say that the illuminati worship the devil and sell their souls for fortune and fame.

While it still remains a mystery whether the Illuminati exists, the only people that know for sure are the people involved. The Illuminati is so powerful that some say the only way out of it is by death. Celebrities like TuPac and, most recently, Michael Jackson are all believed to have died shortly after exposing the powers of the Illuminati. This may seem unbelievable to some, but the people that follow Illuminati take this very seriously and believe the stories that are told.