Katy Perry as Semiraums.
Katy Perry’s performance of “Dark Horse” at this year’s Grammys was indeed dark; it was dark, gloomy, ominous, and full of demons and horned beasts. This song has nothing to do with love or even sex, as it may seem to imply. It’s a summoning. A ritual to bring forth a spirit or demon from the other side. And that’s no snow globe folks. That’s a moon.
I recently published an article entitled, The Occult Meaning behind Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse“, where I wrote,
“The following lyrics, I believe, are spoken from the point of view of Semiramus, the first false goddess from Babylon. Today she has many names, over 5,000 to be exact, and one of them is Aphrodite. I imagine Katy Perry was told to write a hit song from the perspective of Semiramus that includes certain vocabulary. Why not? She does work for somebody after all.”
Although Semiramus has over 5,0000 names today, she was first and foremost known as the moon goddess. It’s no wonder then, that Katy comes on stage inside a giant moon surrounded by demons and horned gods.
She is playing the part of Semiramus. And what does she have to say?
So you wanna play with magic
Boy you should know what you’re fallin’ for
Baby do you dare to do this
Cause I’m comin’ at you like a dark horse
Here we have a couple of guys pouring out an orange, chalky substance around Katy as part of a ritual. Look at those scary beasts in the back. Like I said, this is not about love.
In the aforementioned article, I suggested that Katy’s dark horse is actually the black horse of the apocalypse who brings global famine – the result of a perfect storm or perhaps the perfect storm itself. And here’s that horse:
The Black Horse of the Apocalypse
“When the Lamb broke the third seal, I heard the third living being say, ‘Come!’ And I looked up and saw a black horse, and its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand. And a voice from among the four living beings said, ‘A loaf of wheat bread or three loaves of barley for a day’s pay. And don’t waste the olive oil and wine’” (Revelation 6:5-6)
The rider of this black horse brings with him or her world-wide famine. This could be caused by world war and economic collapse, both of which have been manipulated by the elite in the past. A food shortage that spans the globe is a perfect storm that would welcome a false savior, such as the Antichrist, as the solution for mankind.
Are you ready for
A perfect storm
Cause once you’re mine
Once you’re mine
There’s no goin’ back
The most obvious and oldest occult symbol in the performance is the Phoenix rising from the flames. (Although a Mountain Flame reader pointed out at that this is the cross of the Knight’s Templar). Here we see it on Katy’s shirt. To my understanding, Lucifer and the Antichrist, though not one in the same, certainly work together. One stands behind the other.
The Rising Phoenix/Lucifer
“The Phoenix … is believed to be a divine bird going back to Egypt … This Phoenix destroys itself in flames and then rises from the ashes. Most occultists believe that the Phoenix is a symbol of Lucifer who was cast down in flames and who they think will one day rise triumphant.” [Bill Schnoebelen, quoted by Dr. C. Burns, “Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated”, p. 123]
Katy in the flames
and more fire symbolism.
Humanity’s first powerful empire to spring up after the great flood was Babylon. It was here that Satan, along with Nimrod (sun god) and his wife Semiramus (moon goddess) established their mystery occult religion. Performances such as these symbolize the attempt to bring back this Satanic system on a global scale. But first they need a perfect storm. And to them, global war, economic collapse and famine is the perfect storm these unhappy, possessed, bat poop crazy people intend to unleash on our planet.