Vigilant Citizen on Lady Gaga’s “Alejandro”

Hat tip to Burrell Gates for sending us the link! — WM

Lady Gaga’s Alejandro video caused quite a stir with the blasphemous nature of its imagery. Many people are, however, still wondering: What is the meaning of the song and what message is the video trying to convey? This article examines the occult symbols used in Alejandro in order to understand its underlying message.


So, by show of hands, who envisioned heterosexually challenged Nazi soldiers being raped by Lady Gaga while first listening to Alejandro? Okay, counting … one person. One sick, disturbed person. But seriously, art doesn’t have to be literal and Lady Gaga’s latest video surely isn’t. As was the case with Bad Romance and Telephone, the video for Alejandro adds another layer of interpretation to the song by giving the words a deeper meaning.

Taking place in a cold, Orwellian, militaristic setting, the visuals of the video sharply contrast with the “summer-y” Latin beat of the song. Other opposing concepts collide and blend in the video as well: good vs. evil, male vs. female and domination vs. submission. The religious symbolism, in addition to adding the “shock factor” necessary to get people talking, gives the song a definite spiritual connotation.

via Lady Gaga’s “Alejandro”: The Occult Meaning | The Vigilant Citizen.

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One thought on “Vigilant Citizen on Lady Gaga’s “Alejandro”

  1. I HATE HER !
    I wouldent mind if she lost alll her fame and became a Bum livin on the street side if i were to ever see this broad anywhere on the street … i would bust the poop out of her and make her knees bleed and dig out her eyes and cut her vag***open and put red ants and let them eat away at her and id watch her and laugh.. yall may think im crazy.. im not i just HATE her !


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