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Was Mac Miller an Illuminati Sacrifice?

Was Mac Miller an Illuminati Sacrifice?

Shortly after the news hit that popular rapper Mac Miller was found dead on September 7, 2018 we started seeing conspiracies linking him to the Illuminati. Since we keep seeing them a year after his passing, we finally decided to take the time to dig a little deeper and see if there is link to the death of Mac Miller and the Illuminati.

Miller was 26 years old at the time of his passing, which was reported to be from drug overdose. On Friday around noon, he was pronounced dead at the scene by first responders who found his body in a bedroom at his San Fernando Valley home. TMZ reported that authorities were alerted by a male friend who placed a 911 call from inside the house. The emergency dispatch audio revealed that first responders were called for a patient who was in cardiac arrest.

House where Mac Miller died

Mac Millers San Fernando Valley House

We checked his IG for this story and we saw that Miller had only posted a grand total of 22 times on the popular social platform, but has amassed 6 million followers. A lot of people point to the strange last images that Mac posted to his Instagram account on the night before his death, Sept 6th, 2018, as evidence that the Illuminati was at work.

Was Mac Miller an Illuminati Sacrifice?

The two pictures above represent the final images the world would ever see of Mac Miller. In his second to last, Mac is sitting on a decoration that is ether a bull or a ram. Some suggest that if it's a ram, it represents the occult symbol the Baphomet. If it's a bull, then it represents Moloch (AKA Molech, Milcom, or Malcam) who is the biblical name of a god associated with child sacrifice. If you can't identify the Illuminati symbol, we say it's a stretch - but hey we will bite and dig a little deeper.

baphomet symbolism in mac millers death

The Baphomet is a well known occult symbol that represents Satan and evil. It was mentioned in 1307 during the trial of the Knights Templar (another Illuminati connection) who were accused of worshiping the false idol. Like during the Salem Witch Trials, the Knights Templar were coerced by torture into confessing to a host of heresy charges with little evidence to back it up. The Baphomet actually stands on two legs, being a man beast type idol, and looks very little like whatever Mac Miller is sitting on. Furthermore, the ram symbolism is connected to the Egyptian deity called Mendes who was also portrayed as standing on two legs.

So it must be Moloch right? The other suggested Illuminati symbol. Moloch is the god of child sacrifice. Miller was 26 at the time of his death. Hardly a child. And Moloch is the god of sacrifice by fire or war. Neither of these have been mentioned in the Miller case. You could argue that Mac's tracks were fire I guess. Joke intended.

And now, the famous hand over eye/ all seeing eye symbolism. It's everywhere in popular culture which is the exact reason we are so doubtful of any sort of 'ritual' connection when we see it. Mac has his hand over his eye, but if you look closely at the photo his other eye is exposed as well - the photographer just took creative license in the picture angle.

Another suggestion is that September 7th was something called "The Feast of the Beast". We had no clue what this was so we researched it. The Feast of the Beast. is a ritual which is reported to be a yearlong event that occurs once every 28 years. Some believe that the event is attended by Illuminati leadership from around the globe. Some numerology comes into play as well as the ritual is associated with the number 28, its reverse 82, and the combination 7 times 4. That's a lot of numbers that sounds like throwing a bunch of darts on the board hoping that something sticks.

If your looking for some sort of Satanic/Illuminati connection to the Mac Miller photos you better be wearing beer goggles because it's just not there.

Was Mac Miller an Illuminati Sacrifice?

What Really Happened to Mac Miller?

Conspiracy types point to a comment that Mac had made a few years back as evidence that it couldn't have been an overdose. In an interview Miller said “I’d rather be the corny white rapper than the drugged-out mess who can’t even get out of his house. Overdosing is just not cool. You don’t go down in history because you overdose. You just die.”

He may have said that to sound like he was clean or in control, but the fact is that Miller had battled substance abuse issues for years. He was on record as saying that he began dealing drugs in high school and admitted to some close to him that he had began using drugs when he was just 15 years old.

When the then 19 year old musician moved from Pittsburgh to Los Angeles in 2011, he faced a tough touring schedule that included 53 shows. To deal with the stress and constant demands, he turned to frequent marijuana use to cope. Soon after he began mixing drugs to manage his emotional state, and drinking the popular cocktail "lean" (a combination of promethazine – an addictive sedative – and codeine – a schedule II narcotic found in cough medicine).

It wasn't long before he was hooked. Miller told Complex magazine in 2013 “I love lean; it’s great,” ... “I was not happy and I was on lean very heavy [during the Macadelic tour.] I was so f–ed up all the time it was bad. My friends couldn’t even look at me the same. I was lost.” Considering the young age which he began using drugs, it's possible that the long term effects were already done: experts believe that drug use at an early age can impair brain development and make one more susceptible to addiction.

In February 2016, Miller talked about his struggle with addiction in a personal YouTube documentary called Stopped Making Excuses. The rapper explains that marijuana was actually the gateway that led him into harder drug use: “I needed to get a drug that was a little more numbing, if you will... I think that’s what really sparked me doing other drugs, because I hate being sober. I wanted a drug to do.”

Miller was an obvious addict, even if he didn't admit it. When addressing the Pittsburgh crowd towards the end of the above video, Miller is obviously high. When he crashed his car into a light pole and was arrested he told Rolling Stone:“If a bunch of people think I am a huge drug addict, OK. Cool. What can I really do? … Have I done drugs? Yeah. But am I a drug addict? No.” After his arrest, ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande tweeted, “Pls take care of yourself”. She was obviously concerned about his substance abuse.

On September 4. 2019 three men were charged in connection with Miller's death. One named Cameron Pettit plead not guilty to selling Miller cocaine and pills that contained the opioid fentanyl just two days before the 26-year-old rapper died by overdose. In a series of Instagram messages sent shortly after Miller's death, Pettit talks with a friend about disappearing or leaving the country. That led to the indictment of two other men - Stephen Walter, 46, of Los Angeles and Ryan Reavis, 36, of Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Was Mac Miller an Illuminati Sacrifice?

So is there an Illuminati connection to Mac MIller's death? Nah. It's just the sad and all too common story of a guy with untreated mental issues that go ignored. Sure, the people around him may have ignored the problem, and in essence used him to profit off his talent. But the truth is he was a functioning addict who didn't know his limits or rather tested them to an irreversible outcome. Give an addict limitless supplies of cash and he can buy the best drugs. Or spend all day doing nothing but getting high under the guise of being creative. RIP bud, lets hope you inspire other people to deal with their shit and get clean.