Last month I reported that K-Pez was being sued by some Christian rapper, who alleged on the flimsiest of pretences that the alleged similarity of her song “Dark Horse” to his own made him look as if he were associated with the Illuminati (see here for details).
I say “flimsiest” – now, however, K-Pez obviously likes the taste of foot – and unfortunately I don’t mean other people’s! She has apparently told Rolling Stone magazine:
“If the Illuminati exist, I would like to be invited … I see all that s**t and I’m like: ‘Come on, let me in! I want to be in the club.'”
Presumably her attorney didn’t advise her that the reason the fourth power of the Sphinx is “to keep Silent” is that it helps greatly if you’re not currently being sued!
As it happens, someone (not Katy Perry) was asking me on Facebook just the other day how to join the Illuminati. Given that she lived in America, I could hardly tell her “Come over to England and I’ll initiate you myself,” so instead I gave her this advice.
“Fill yourself with Light. That way, if you don’t join the official Illuminati, you will join the real Illuminati.”
The fact is that the term “Illuminati” has been associated with: a short-lived branch of the Rite of Strict Observance; an extreme Zionist conspiracy; an extreme left-wing conspiracy; an extreme right-wing conspiracy; or indeed any half-baked conspiracy which is logically at variance with each and every other version of the theory. However, the real meaning of “Illuminati” is simply one who has been filled with Light: whilst the term “Illuminism” is a simply an old-fashioned word for mysticism.
Hence, Katy, if you are reading this blog (as I know you surely are), my message: it’s not a coincidence that insight from mystical self-awareness is called “enlightenment!” Seek it out. :)