Illuminati Member Jason Aldean?

August 1, 2018

  

Country Music Star Jason Aldean made headlines when the Las Vegas Shooter interrupted one of his concerts for a killing spree that is now the worst mass shooting by a lone gunman in history. 64-year-old shooter Stephen Paddock took aim from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel into a crowd of approximately 22,000 concert attendees. Paddock was able to  wound over 500 and kill 58. He would later be found  dead by police of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

 

As videos poured in, we saw Aldean performing his last song for the night just before the shooting began. One thing that has stood out to conspiracy theorists is the actions taken (or not taken) by the singer: Aldean quickly and mysteriously disappears from the stage when the shooting begins. 

 

 

While some have said Aldean running off stage was simply the actions a man fearing for his life, others see it as a cowardly act for failing to provide some warning to his fans to seek cover. Conspiracy Theorists have another explanation: the Las Vegas shooting was a false flag and Aldean had knowledge that the shooting was to occur. That's because Jason Aldean is an Illuminati member himself. The first shots into the crowd were his sign to take cover. They also look at the red and black imagery as well as the cultism of the concert and tour itself - which was named "They Don't Know." Let's look at some of the evidence. 

 

 

To understand the link between Jason Aldean and the Illuminati, we must first look at other conspiracy evidence, namely the Illuminati Card Game. The card game was originally released in 1982 by Occultist Steve Jackson as a game in which players are able to control secret societies and compete with each other in an effort to control the world. Many believe the game has predicted the 9/11 terror attack as well as  the Pentagon attacks in 2001. We must also consider both the symbols of the Illuminati, and the repeating occurrence of numerology in strange events linked to the Illuminati - including the Las Vegas mass shooting.  

 

On the left of the picture above is a card from the Illuminati card game showing both a jack and an ace. In numerology, Jack Ace = JA = 10/1 ( which is both the date of the concert, and through Black Jack).

 

Black Jack is the Black Sun, hence the Black Sun on his shoulder in the center and right picture.  

 

The show was called Route 91, but when you add the date October 1st, numerically it becomes 91101, which is the infamous date of the greatest false flag of all: 9/11/01.

 

9/11 is also the mark of the sorcerer, but when that date is added together it becomes 13, the number of the Sun birthed by the 12 signs of the Zodiac. It's been reported that Stephen Paddock had the number 13 tattooed on his neck, which vanished in post shooting images of his body. 

 

As you can see, the number 13 (the number of the Sun) is on Paddock’s neck, but not on the neck of the corpse identified as Paddock. Furthermore, the word ‘paddock’ means “the enclosed field near a stable or barn for pasturing or exercising animals, where horses are saddled and mounted before a race.” Theorists believe that the name hints at a shooting field. 

 

 

Now we will but the first to admit Jason Aldean as an Illuminati member is a bit far fetched, but the evidence we found does make us think twice. The singer has been non-committal with his opinions on gun control stating " “I’m not a politician. I’m not trying to push my own agenda. If I say that I believe this, I’m gonna piss off half of the people, and if I say I believe that, I’m gonna piss off the other half,” he said. “I have my opinions, but what the hell do I know? I think everybody needs to sit down, stop pushing their own agendas, and figure out what will make it safer. When people can’t go to a damn movie or a concert and not worry about somebody shooting the place up, there’s a flaw in the system.”

 

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