The Occult Meaning of Lady Gaga’s Video “G.U.Y.”

Vigilant Citizen — March 31, 2014

Lady Gaga’s video for her song “G.U.Y.” has a lot of viewers asking “What the heck did I just watch?” While at first the video may appear to be a bunch of nonsensical and random imagery, as usual, there is meaning behind the images. And, as usual, it is in line with the occult elite’s philosophy and mythology. In this article, we’ll look at the esoteric meaning of Gaga’s video “G.U.Y.”.

Lady Gaga has been around for while now (my first article about her was almost five years ago) and, although many have tired of her attention-seeking stunts, she still maintains a solid, and dedicated, fan base. Her video entitled G.U.Y. got her fans excited, but reading comments on YouTube, most of them openly don’t get what is happening in the seven-minute production. And who can blame them? There are men in suits fighting with bows and arrows, there are the Real Housewives of Hollywood playing instruments, there’s Michael Jackson being resuscitated, and there are Legos. This headache-inducing video that spans several songs nevertheless contains a linear and (somewhat) logical storyline and meaning. To truly understand it, however, one must be aware of the mythology invoked in Gaga’s video (and her entire album) and the occult meaning behind it. Once these important connections are made, the rest begins to make a little more sense.
As is the case with most Lady Gaga videos, there are a few obvious pop culture references – which are profusely commented on by music reviewers – but the underlying, fundamental story goes unnoticed, or at least unmentioned. Nonetheless, this story is steeped in the mythology that is upheld by the occult elite.
The sexually charged video premiered on NBC’s show Dateline on March 22, right before a report about two teenage girls who were abducted and abused. Why did the video premier on Dateline, of all shows – and why right before this kind of report? Maybe for the same reason Gaga had a “vomit artist” vomit on her during her live performances at the recent SXSW: Her work often ends up promoting what she appears to be denouncing. In the case of the “vomit artist”, under the guise of “being yourself” or whatever, she’s actually glamorizing bulimia and all-around self-destruction.

Millie Brown sticks her finger down her throat and vomit a green substance all over Gaga. Is this art or another way to mess up the minds of young girls?

On this fitting note, let’s look at Gaga’s video G.U.Y.

Fallen Angel

In this scene, Gaga has her head on a work created by the “lego artist” Nathan Sawaya. What a great way to show how Gaga’s persona is artificially built and completely empty inside.

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