The Occult Meaning of The Weeknd’s Super Bowl Performance


from Vigilant Citizen:

Why is The Weeknd constantly wearing the same outfit? And what’s up with the guys with bandaged faces? Here’s a look at the occult meaning of The Weeknd’s enigmatic Super Bowl performance.

The Super Bowl is, at its core, a sporting event. However, judging by media reactions, lots of people were less interested in the actual football game and more interested in playing COVID police. The result: Twitter geniuses complained about the lack of social distancing in the crowd while not realizing that most “fans” were actually cardboard cutouts. Other individuals obsessed about the mask-wearing practices of people in the stadium and took the time to shame them on social media. “Did he just remove his mask to take a sip of beer? Unacceptable. Drink through your mask like the rest of us, buddy!”


With all of these joyless people actively looking for ways to be offended by a football game, The Weeknd was in charge of lightening the mood with some good old fashioned singing and dancing. And for about 14 minutes, instead of moaning about some player on the sidelines wearing his mask under his nose, people gazed at the red-clad The Weeknd and wondered things such as “What is the meaning of the bandages?”

In that sense, The Weeknd accomplished his job as an entertainer: To get people to forget about their immediate problems by drawing them into his artistic universe. However, when one understands the meaning of this universe, one is reminded of another major problem: The entertainment industry is a toxic cesspool of satanic psychopaths. Am I exaggerating, here? No.

In fact, the entire narrative surrounding The Weeknd points to this very fact.

Star Boy

To properly understand the meaning of The Weeknd’s enigmatic performance, one needs to look at his alter persona and its evolution throughout the past months. Because, while the world was fighting a pandemic, The Weeknd has been carrying out a form of ritual drama in his public appearances. Indeed, through costumes and makeup, the Canadian singer has been telling a story of transformation as a “chosen one” of the entertainment business.

The Weeknd accepting an award at the 2020 VMAs (which was a dystopian abomination) with a bruised face.

The Weeknd accepting an award at the 2020 AMAs with bandages on his face.

While The Weeknd receives accolades from the industry, his bruises and bandages also allude to the fact that he is paying a hefty price for fame. Furthermore, the fact that he is constantly dressed in red – the color occultly associated with sacrifice – confirms this fact.

His Super Bowl performance was the perfect conclusion of this ritual drama: The self-described “Starboy” reaps the full rewards of being an industry darling … but at what cost?

Well, that’s what The Weeknd is all about. Here’s a look at his Super Bowl performance and how it fits win his overarching narrative.

Half Time Ceremony

The Weeknd’s performance began with an intro that had dark, ritualistic, and spiritual undertones.

A robed figure with flashing red eyes descends from above as we hear religious chanting.

After the descent, the figure joins many other red-eyed “angels”.

Then, the set opens up and The Weeknd emerges surrounded by light.

According to ex-NFL player Larry Johnson, this display had a biblical meaning.

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