There are many conspiracy theories concerning the life and death of Tupac Shakur. Tupac Amaru Shakur was an American rapper and actor. Tupac was born New York, New York, United States on 16 June 1971. His birth name was Lesane Parish Crooks. Tupac was killed on September 13, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada. There have been many different stories about his death. People say he is still alive and then people said he is dead. There have also been people saying his death was caused because of his music and the Illuminati killed him.
Various conspiracy theorists throughout the public believe that the Illuminati killed Tupac because he was exposing them and also not promoting the ideals that they desired. The ways Tupac exposed the Illuminati was one way by his lyrics in his songs, for example: in one of his songs it says: “im seeinin’ demons hittin’ weed got me hearin’ screams” scared to go to sleep, watch the scene like a dope-fiend peobably be punished for it (exposing the Illuminati), thiugh you can’t ignore it.
I live the life of a thug nigga, and die for it niggaz pass the clip and watch me bring em to the floor I got some shit that they ain’t ready for (what you got? ) I got the secretz of was” (about the illuminati). Another example of how Tupac exposed the Illuminati in his lyrics is another song he wrote, he said: “Busters dhot me five times, real niggaz don’t die cant ya hear me? Laced with this game, I know you fear me spit the secret to war, so (Illiminati) cowards fear me my only fear of death is renicarnation heart of a solider with a brain to teach your whole nation (about the illuminati) And feelin no more pain. Another example of how Tupac exposed the Illuminati was by using symbols in his music videos, album cover pictures, and etc. Illuminati symbols are branched across numerous things you come across in your everyday life. The pryamid, the “all seeing eye” (of Horus or Lucifer (Represents the knowledge Lucifer gave to the secret Societies)), the using of the devil horns with your hands, the flashing if a 666 by using the symbol for “okay”. Tupac’s final album was called: The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. The theme of all the songs had to do with the Illuminati.
Before going to prison, Tupac was conveying the ideals such as “thug life,” drinking, having sex, and other ideals that the people wanted to hear. Tupac had been to jail many times before. In 1995, Tupac lost his temper when he was cut from a film and was arrested when he assaulted the film’s director. Also, in 1995, a jury convicted him of sexual abuse and sentenced him to four and a half years in prison. After eight months in prison Shakur was released when Suge Knight, head of Death Row Records, paid his one-million-dollar bail.
After the last time he got out of jail, he was more of a Christian came out of prison as a changed man. In 1994 Tupac was against the Illuminati’s concepts also. Tupac started promoting more positive ideas very effectively due to the amount of respect he gained. He was then considered a threat to the Illuminati leading people to believe that this may have led to the Illuminati plotting his death. The development of the Illuminati was founded on May 1, 1776, in Ingolstadt (Upper Bavaria) and became known as the Order of the Illuminati, with an initial membership of 5, by Jesuit-taught Adam Weishaupt (d. 830), who was the very first lay professor of canon law at the University of Ingolstadt. It was made up of freethinkers as a descendant of the Enlightenment and appears to have actually been modeled on the Freemasons. The Illuminati’s members took a vow of silence and pledged obedience to their superiors. Group members were split into 3 primary sections, each with a number of qualifications, and lots of Illuminati chapters drew membership from other Masonic lodges. (Illuminati History) Originally Weishaupt had planned the order to be named the “Perfectibilists”.
The group has also been called the Bavarian Illuminati and its ideology has been called “Illuminism”. Many influential intellectuals and progressive politicians counted themselves as members, including Ferdinand of Brunswick and the diplomat Xavier von Zwack, the second-in-command of the order. The order had branches in most European countries: it reportedly had around 2,000 members over the span of ten years. It attracted literary men such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johann Gottfried Herder and the reigning dukes of Gotha and Weimar. In 1777 Karl Theodor became ruler of Bavaria.
He was a proponent of Enlightened Despotism and his government banned all secret societies including the Illuminati. Internal rupture and panic over succession preceded its downfall, which was affected by the Secular Edict made by the Bavarian government. ] The March 2, 1785 edict “seems to have been deathblow to the Illuminati in Bavaria. ” Weishaupt had fled and documents and internal correspondences, seized in 1786 and 1787, were subsequently published by the government in 1787. Von Zwack’s home was searched to disclose much of the group’s literature. There are also theories about Tupac faking his death, and he is still alive.
The 7 Day Theory is an idea pushed by the proponents that attempt to find the smallest details of any situation in order to provide more support for the conspiracy. This evidence is very disputable, because some will slightly alter details in order to gain the evidence needed. Deep personal research is suggested when inspecting the details of the 7 Day Theory. The repetition of an occurrence of numbers can happen anytime. The Number 23, a movie from New Line Cinema, mentioned multiple occurrences of the number 23. Using these occurrences of numbers for support is weak and quite silly.
Some believers of the conspiracy favor to point out the 7 Day Theory. A main focus of that is the title of one of his albums, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. Many parts of his life and death bring about suspicion that focuses on the number 7. It is noticed that Tupac survived 7 days after he was shot. He was shot on the 7th of September and managed to stay alive until the 13th. That is seven days if you include the day he was shot. Others also notice that he was officially announced dead at 4:03 p. m. As we know, four plus three equals seven. Tupac, aka Makaveli, died at the age 25.
His age of death is another key factor that relates two numbers adding up to 7. Two plus five happens to equal seven. Another coincidence that is suspect to this significance of 7 is the release date of All Eyez on Me. Tupac died exactly seven months after the release of the album, which was released on February 13, 1996. Tupac died on September 13, 1996 (Scott, 1997). One of the major components of the conspiracy theories is the lyrics of Tupac’s songs. Many believe that Pac left us clues about, and even foretelling, his death. By examining bits and pieces of his music, conspiracists hope to extract a deeper meaning to them as a whole.
One song he wrote was named: “Ambitionz az a Ridah”, the lyrics were: “Blast me but they didn’t finish, didn’t diminish my powers so now I’m back to be a muthaf*&kin’ menace, they cowards that’s why they tried to set me up, had b*tch a*s niggas on my team so indeed they wet me up, but I’m back reincarnated. ” Many believers take this statement to suggest Tupac was reincarnated as Makaveli. Another song he wrote was “Blasphemy”, the lyrics were: “I’m contemplating thoughts, wondering the thought to go, Brotha getting shot coming back resurrected. ” Here, a direct statement about coming back is made.
One last song was “Only Fear of Death”, the lyrics were: “Never will I die, I’ll be back. ” Here is a third instance in which Tupac implies his resurrection. On multiple accounts, he mentions a plot but never specifies his plan of action. There are many conspiracy theories concerning the life and death of Tupac Shakur. Many say the Illiminati killed him, and then there’s theriors that he faked his death, and he is living in cuba. Citations “BallerStatus. com. ” BallerStatus. com. Ronnie Gamble, 24 Aug. 2009. Web. 02 Nov. 2012. <http://www. ballerstatus. com/2009/08/24/tupac-vs-the-illuminati-hmmmm-is-there-more-behind-this/>.
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