You don’t believe that some people take the Illuminati nonsense seriously? This is frighteningly real.
A Henrico County judge Thursday scheduled a two-day trial in June for an aspiring rap star who, according to a prosecutor, apparently believed that he had to sacrifice his friend to reach stardom.
Henrico Circuit Judge L.A. Harris Jr. denied bond Thursday for Wafeeq Sabir El-Amin, 27, after Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Thomas L. Johnson described El-Amin as a danger to the public and a man who was so overcome with marijuana when questioned by detectives that he could not remember the events of the month in which he committed the alleged crime.
“You are my sacrifice,” Johnson quoted El-Amin as saying before he allegedly fired a shot toward his friend’s head inside a Henrico home that was to become a music studio.
Johnson said in court Thursday that the trial will delve into the hip-hop music culture and the notion that a secret society called the Illuminati has control over the success of some performers.
These rumors of the Illuminati appear more and more frequently regarding the music industry. Lately it’s been swirling around Beyonce. Prior to this, it surfaced around Whitney Houston’s death. This performer was obsessed with the idea that this secret cabal runs the music industry. Thanks, Internet!
The Illuminati was:
…a secret society in Bavaria in the late 18th century. They had a political agenda that included republicanism and abolition of monarchies, which they tried to institute by means of subterfuge, secrecy, and conspiracy, including the infiltration of other organizations. They fancied themselves to be “enlightened” but they had little success and were destroyed within fifteen years of their origin.
Paranoid conspiracy theorists believe the Illuminati cabal still exists, either in its original form or as a paradigm for later cabals.
More about the music industry rumors: 2013 Grammy Illuminati Rumors: Were Rihanna, Beyonce & Jay-Z Repping The Occult?.
Hmm, publicity? Is it like a fashion trend, a way to get internet buzz? The music world’s fake Illuminati – Salon.com.
And blood sacrifices in Hip hop appear to be, a thing…
I’m suppose to believe this vast conspiracy, new world order thing exists? Yeah, that would mean WAY too much suspension of reason.