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Occult Symbols in Michael Jackson’s Dangerous

Occult Symbols in Michael Jackson’s Dangerous

Conspiracy theorists are terrified of occult symbolism, to the point where demons lurk in every corner. Supposedly, these “in the know” can see obvious things that the rest of us are just plain oblivious to. I would argue that said theorists are oblivious to the fact that the conspiracy is in such fear-mongering, making these people easy targets for hidden agendas. But that would be way over their heads. The reality is, no educated person is oblivious to much of the blatant symbolism these conspiracy pushers think we are. We’re just not as terrified of history and have a better idea of how it’s put together.

For example, Michael Jackson’s Dangerous album cover is said to feature hidden insignia of the occult, proving that he is part of some kind of Illuminati conspiracy. Which type of conspiracy varies considerably from moron to moron- some feel he was a sacrificial victim playing into the hands of the Devil’s henchman; others believe that he himself perpetrated the return of the Prince of Darkness. Yeah. Thing is, there’s nothing hidden whatsoever about the symbols on the Dangerous album cover. Artist Mark Ryden has painted freemason symbolism clear as day; they eye of Horus, there are also goddess figurines, Jackson’s bandaged hand held like a yoga mudra, twin pillars, anthropomorphism, cherubs, and more.

Those who apparently know the real God also point out the terrifying triangle that appears in the 1987 video, Leave Me Alone. After all, the pyramid was used specifically to summon up “demonic power” according

Dangerous album art by the amazing Mark Ryden

to the mjfiles.com. And in Billie Jean, Michael Jackson leans against- gasp- a pillar, a sure Masonic sign of…well, of something.

Furthermore, according to the elluminati.blogspot.com, the words This Is It contain a secret reference to Isis. Look carefully!

Did Michael Jackson weave these symbols into his work as subliminal messages about the Devil? My guess is no. The letters “is” appear in an awful lot of words. Perhaps anyone having a “crisis” is supplicating ancient demons! Moreover, Isis was one of the first deities ever invented by mankind. Perhaps the Royal Ontario Museum and the traveling King Tut artifacts exhibit have a secret Satanic meaning. Or perhaps, they are shown, rightfully, so that we can see relics of our human heritage.

Michael Jackson was an educated man schooled in history. There is no doubt he approved the fantastical art of his Dangerous cover, but not because he was in league with the forces of darkness. What is the message of that cover, where a rollercoaster goes into the dark tunnels and where creatures that are half man, half animal roam? That life is a playground, for one thing, where mysteries and miracles abound, but where danger lurks in hidden corners. Life is beautiful and dangerous. It is a nightmare and a miracle, too.

If Michael Jackson was really a Satan worshipper, wouldn’t he have promoted Nike instead of L A Gear? After all, Nike is named after a goddess, and Los Angeles means “angels.” That theory wouldn’t satisfy me, though these amusing buffoons would have a heyday with it. For one thing, I’m not going to dismiss human history’s various definitions of the world, and I’m certainly not going to dismiss the idea of female divinity. Certainly, as an educated person, I don’t want to dismiss mythology, which is integral to understanding human nature. But most importantly, Nike isn’t evil because it’s named for the great goddess. It is evil instead for greed, pollution, and employing child slaves in the third world. But those who spend their days desperately trying to unlock the symbols of conspiracy are too afraid to actually see that their own gods of so-called liberty and greed and apocalyptic terror are the real forces of darkness.

Lorette C. Luzajic

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March 19, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Are you familiar with the Illuminati? I you think these symbols are interesting
    just Google (that’s right, Google)ex Conrad Murray and the Illuminati. Substitute any name you want to, pref. asociated with MJ. If you really want to see the absurd-use Michael Jackson. Let me know what you think, please.
    I have another anecdote re Papa Joe sometime if you want to hear it.
    I don’t like to scatter this stuff around too much. There’s a lot of believers out there!

    Comment by SB | March 22, 2010 | Reply

  2. First thing, I have no idea what the first person to comment is trying to say.

    I stumbled across this post after googling to see if I could gather more information about the esoteric meanings of Mark Ryden’s work.

    I think it is extremely interesting but deeply troubling that people are so convinced that there our powers and principalities at work that will overthrow government, toss out all of our civil liberties, and herd us into FEMA concentration camps.

    Earthquakes have become man-made phenomena. The HAARP people caused them.


    Where did we go wrong? Freemasons are often very nice people. Sure I don’t agree with their religious practices and they’re ceremonies are a bit creepy, as are the Mormons and Scientologists, but they’re just as nice as some of the Christians and the Buddhists.

    All of that aside. Great post. Nice to know that there are people out there who are willing to confront the signs and symbols and meanings from a neutral, intellectual, fear and conspiracy free standpoint.

    Comment by Christopher | April 11, 2010 | Reply

  3. Me responding-the symbols on the cover of “Dangerous” have been familiar to me for a very long time. My faith is Christianity, a Baptist specifically. I’ve been reading everything I can find that isn’t hate oriented since MJ died. I’m 65 and became a fan when he died. I’m not sure why this phenomen happened, but I have learned that he was an amazing man, in all respects.
    I don’t remember making that reply specifically. When I read it I wondered why I phrased it as I did. I did hit a link that started me on the Illuminati inquiry out of curiosity. If you Google Michael Jackson and Illuminati you get a lot of links, more than I’d found for other people, and I wondered why he had so many. Obviously the conspiracy theorists, of which there are many, had very active in trying to solve the questions re his death.
    I stopped that investigation because I could not believe that he was knowingly involved with ant of it.
    If my reply was garbled-sorry. I’ll try to improve. (:

    Comment by SB | April 20, 2010 | Reply

  4. i actually like reading these conspiracy theories like this, 2012, etc. not because i believe in any of it, but because its great if u need a laugh. if they insult mj i get pissed, but its encouraging to c all the fan comments defending him.

    Comment by SEB | April 30, 2010 | Reply

  5. Nike Is Illuminati
    They Are Worshipping A “God”, A Greek God
    Illuminati Worship Others God, That’s Their Job

    Michael Was In, But Never Like It What He Was Doing
    The Album Is Full Of Masonic Symbols Because He Wanted To Show Who Is Michael Jackson (By That Time)
    That’s Why After Dangerous He Was Against Them

    Michael Was Worshippen Satan As Sex Slave

    Comment by EndOfTheIlluminati | July 21, 2010 | Reply

  6. i know that the world loves mj, really, who doesn’t? But just because you don’t like what is being said doesn’t mean its not true, maybe the facts would be easier to face if they were about an artist or someone you didn’t particularly care for. I believe that the signs have always been there of secret societies but no one really took the time out to really care because we all were too busy enjoying the works of some one we admired so its true ignorance is bliss because now you have been given some since of enlightenment its up to you follow up on it and find the true meaning or to even care about whats being said for that matter. Although it may hurt to find out your favorite artist would rather worship the devil as appose to GOD don’t simply dismiss the theories and facts of others and categorize them as hatters or whatever because you don’t want believe what they are saying because there is some truth in all of it and its up to you as a person to act on it. the devil is very busy and as regular people we have no idea what he’s capable of so instead being so concerned about someone who doesn’t even know you exist worry about your self and pray JESUS protects your own soul

    Comment by wake up | August 5, 2010 | Reply

  7. I made the first comment above-then tried to clarify it when Christopher complained that it wasn’t clear.
    Well I just read all the comments on the page and they’re ALL somewhat jumbled. Everyone ‘thinks’ this or that but nobody knows for sure what to BELIEVE!
    As I said it’s been around for centuries. Some is theory and some is reality. Are you sure you know which parts are theory and which are reality? No-but think it’s all nonsense.
    You say MJ worshipped the devil. I believe he worshipped the God of the Bible and have NO doubt of that! The Bible contains a lot of prophecy re the New World Order, a single worldwide currency, secret organizations, etc. If you had read much of it you would know that. Satan knows each one of us and surely you know what he is capable of-just look back over history.
    Of course Masons can be nice people. Illuminatists can be nice too. But without having Christ as their savior their souls are lost forever.

    Comment by SB | August 5, 2010 | Reply

  8. Peace to you all.

    Jacko is the great king pop in the world. I listen his religion is islam. Do you want to know more about the Jacko’s religion. Visit my blog : http://www.islam-waylife.blogspot.com. Here I will give you the concept of peaceful life. Your real purpose is live in peace, aren’t you?

    Bless to you.

    Comment by bejo | November 5, 2010 | Reply

  9. I am a Christian by heart for 13 years now. The symbols you mentioned can be dangerous if you feel them by your heart or if you know that they’re from darkness, yet you still use them.. There are symbols that we use that we don’t know can ruin our souls. Mj might be innocent about the consequence of using them. He didn’t worship satan. He might just have been raised out of control in a world where he should get his survival kit. It might be that almost everything that had something to do to make him do well in his profession had something to do with darkness, but that doesn’t necessarily means he worshiped satan. Satan’s worshipers experience his l presence in his house or everywhere he goes. He would see manifestations of him like terrifying images like the true story of a person who i knew who asked for his help when he couldn’t find job anymore. Interestingly, Michael’s children and all the people who lived around him would ALWAYS SAY HE WAS SUCH A LOVABLE PERSON AS IF THEY SAW GOD. HE READ THE BIBLE. HE RAISED HIS HANDS AS A SURRENDER TO GOD WHEN HIS PASTOR-FRIEND ANDRAE CROCH HAD AN ALTAR CALL FOR THE PURPOSE OF SURRENDERING LIVES TO GOD. DEFINITELY HE DIDN’T TURN TO JESUS WHEN HE NEEDED PEACE, BUT MANY OF GOD’S CHILDREN DO THAT OUT OF INNOCENCE FROM HIS WORDS…AND THEY DON’T WORSHIP SATAN.

    Comment by ELEN FELIX | July 6, 2011 | Reply

  10. Wow! this cover is really dangerous! I am amazed at how many people are out there to defend MJ. MJ did many good deeds for many people. The good in this world cannot save anyone and not every good is holy. However, God says in Ephesians 2:8-9, “For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.” Good works cannot save us from God’s judgement. No one really knew what MJ did in his time and when alone. Just let it go for you did not actually know him. He wrote great songs and I was his fan until he produced “Thriller”. That was so obvious. I am not afraid of Satan for God said, “No weapon formed against you shall prosper.” Isaiah 54:17

    Comment by Rev. Jessica Nakawombe | September 2, 2011 | Reply

  11. It’s amazing how many people defend MJ now… that he’s dead. I remember while he was alive and struggling all the prejudice regarding his lifestyle, he was also struggling to keep his career going and save himself from bankrupcy and the charges against him for child molesting. Now that he’s so mediatically dead, everybody loves him. MJ served a purpose, was an abused child himself who became a slave of the music industry and had to answer to the powerful owners of the same industry to survive doing the job he loved. When he didn’t agree with was being demanded of him anymore, I heard from his lips that his life was under threat, just youtube it and you’ll see it too.

    Comment by edmir | November 23, 2011 | Reply

  12. I like how this author try’s to dismiss michael’s perception on conspiracies when he made songs about them. Kudos to you… The “educated”

    Comment by Abe | December 18, 2011 | Reply

  13. iam happy

    Comment by thomas | January 17, 2012 | Reply

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