An American clergyman, Minister, and Podcaster, Cedric Knight claims Beyonce’s Black is King film is Satanic.
Sharing a photo of Beyonce’s image in Already music video, the American singer was seen wearing a horn and Pastor Cedric says the horn connotes Satanic image of Baphomet.
Sharing the photo on his Facebook page, he wrote:
According to him Beyonce is a follower of Baphomet. Baphomet is a deity that the Knights Templar were accused of worshipping, and that subsequently was incorporated into occult and mystical traditions. The name Baphomet appeared in trial transcripts for the Inquisition of the Knights Templar starting in 1307.
Cedric further said that Beyonce is in contract with the devil for her fame:
One follower of Pastor Cedric supported him saying Beyonce is running a Jezebel agenda. He wrote:
“I’m about to do a video on this very thing tonight Lord willing. The Jezebel spirit is leading it and Leading Men to the pits of hell and they don’t even know it How is “black king “when you have black kings enslaving black people throughout history????? The Jezebel spirit is leading people to exalt their skin color which is idolatry over the Bible. Same pattern as it was in the Church of thyatira when she led the people of God into idolatry”
Unfortunately, he and his followers are not educated on their own African deities. Beyonce was actually emulating Het Heru.
Het Heru is the goddess of fertility, song, music, and dance which is somewhat reflective of Beyonce today. She wears the Solar disk with cow’s horns.
detail from one of the schist triad statues of King MenkauRa from the “Valley Temple” next to His Pyramid at Giza, 2551-2523 BCE; now in the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston.
Beyoncé wearing cattle horns and sun disc made from hair and cowhide outfit from Black is King 2020AC. For the ancients, white cattle horns reminded them of the white crescent moon. The moon didn’t generate its own light, but captured the light from the sun and reflected it back to us at night. Hence the moon holds the light of the sun. Thus giving the moon goddess the title ‘Het’(mansion) of ‘Heru’(light) or HetHeru or today the Greek Hathor (House of light).
The crescent cow horns with a sun disc seated in the center would become the symbol of HetHeru. The ancients observed women’s mensural cycles coordinated with the new moon and crescent moon cycles, which is why the moon cycles became associated with femininity and fertility.
The ancients had a saying ‘the horns of HetHeru has overtaken her’ it’s an ancient way of saying she’s ‘horny’ like the fertility horns of the goddess HetHeru. In the west Africa goddess, HetHeru is called the goddess Oshun sharing the same attributes. Have you wondered why it’s called a moon today? You can look to the sound of the cow’s mooooooon.
Pastor Cedric – CelebritiesBuzz.com.gh
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