“In Anderson’s daytime exclusive with Madonna, airing on Thursday, February 2, Madonna says she’s nervous about performing during halftime at the Super Bowl.
“Oh my God, I’m so nervous, you have no idea,” says Madonna. “First of all it’s the Super Bowl, I mean the Super Bowl is kind of like the holy of holies in America right? So here I am, I’m going to come into the halfway between the church experience and I’m going to have to deliver a sermon, that’s going to have to be very impactful.”
She continues, “Right? I have to put on the greatest show on earth, in the middle of the greatest show on earth. I have eight minutes to set it up and seven minutes to take it down and twelve minutes to put on the greatest show on earth. That’s a lot of pressure.”
Let the sermon begin! Madonna, high priestess of Pop opens her Illuminati ritual performance at the Super Bowl 2012. Here seen dressed as the Egyptian Goddess Isis drawn onto stage in a chariot like throne by Roman Gladiator clad slaves. The women at the front of the procession are carrying what looks like Canopic jars.
The priestess card in Aleistair Crowley's Thoth Tarot deck.
Inanna ( ) ) is the Sumerian goddess of sexual love, fertility, and warfare.
M.I.A. flipping the middle finger - telling she doesn't give a sh*t. This allegedly angered the Queen of Pop, but i think it was planned - it was part of the ritual and meant to cause a stir, just like Janet Jackson's (and Justin Timberlake's) 'nipple-slip' a few years ago. Check out quick link below regarding the history and meaning of 'flipping the middle finger'.
Triumphant Inanna-Ishtar, winged, with foot on her roaring lion and star symbol, being worshiped by a lesser goddess. Black-stone cylinder seal. Akkadian, ca. 2334-2154 BCE.
World peace! From who's perspective?
This image gives far from a feeling of peace. It's dark and ominous ... the letters in world peace look like they are crumbling and there seems to be what looks like the outline of a Nazi eagle 'hovering' over the Super Bowl, or rather, emerging from the crowd.