The Blatant Occult Symbolism of “Up” by Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert

By Vigilant Citizen — July 18, 2018

This girl wears a pentagram on her face and horns on her head + a ritualistic red dress. In occult symbolism, holding horns means drawing occult power from demonic forces. Click to enlarge

This girl wears a pentagram on her face and horns on her head + a ritualistic red dress. In occult symbolism, holding horns means drawing occult power from demonic forces. Click to enlarge

“Up” by Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert is one of the most blatantly satanic music videos in the history of rap. And it is a good indicator of where urban culture is headed.
It took me about 8 seconds of watching Up to realize that I had to write an article about it. Then I scrolled down and about 70% of the YouTube comments were about the video’s satanic, Masonic and Illuminati symbolism. Here’s an example.

Indeed, even for the symbolism-illiterate, the video is blatantly satanic. And to the symbolism-literate, the video has an even darker meaning. It confirms that Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert (pronounced Lil Lucifer) are fully “owned” by the occult elite and it is another proof that our popular culture is losing its mind.
This is not new. Last year, in my article about Lil Uzi Vert’s “XO Tour Llif3”, I looked at the satanic symbolism associated with his entire act. Along with other young stars such as Young Thug, this new generation of artists is taking rap to a new, strange direction. While some people call them “weirdos”, they’re actually fully compliant to the elite’s clearly defined agenda.

Clearly Sold to the Agenda

In many ways, Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert are very similar. They both continually rap about popping pills (especially opioids and benzos), they’re both down with occult symbolism and, of course, they’re both confused about their gender. In short, they’re exactly what the elite wants the youth to be.

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