Justin Timberlake’s Superbowl Halftime Worship Service to the Abomination of Desolation

The Twin Cities are an awesome place to visit. The people there are friendly, everywhere you turn and everyone you talk to, has that quaint Minnesota accent, ‘you betcha, don’t cha know’. In Football it’s hardcore Vikings territory. No doubt it was devastating to locals that their team lost the NFC Championship game, two weeks earlier to the Philadelphia Eagles. Only one game away from a possible Superbowl championship… in their home town. Pouring salt into the wound, Dodge Trucks pointed that fact out with a Superbowl ad!

dodge ram vikings

The Cities are known for something else. It’s also Prince Territory and they love him there. So it seemed only fitting for Justin Timberlake to include Prince in his second Superbowl Halftime performance.

The performance was grand, stunning. As Justin Timberlake played the piano an Image of Prince was projected upon a huge screen behind him. While the screen was white it was lit up in purple, they both sang Prince’s song “I Would Die 4 U” together. Video


But what did we witness?

There is a long held theory based on Matthew 4, and Luke 4, Christ’s temptation in the wilderness.

5 Then the devil led Him up to a high place and showed Him in an instant all the kingdoms of the world. 6 “I will give You authority over all these kingdoms and all their glory,” he said. “For it has been relinquished to me, and I can give it to anyone I wish. 7 So if You worship me, it will all be Yours.” 8 But Jesus replied, “It is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only.” Luke 4

The theory is this:

While fortunately for all our sakes Jesus didn’t give in to Satan’s temptation, Satan gave that power to rule the world to others. These people are large and in charge. They include politicians, businessmen, and entertainers, they’re all a part of a secret society who worship Lucifer. Lucifer gives these people great success, fortune and/or notoriety, and in return these people work diligently building the future ‘one world government’ to come. Laying the ground work while they wait for the day when the Antichrist will stand in the rebuilt temple to openly declare his war against God.

It is believed these people are mentioned in Revelation 18:

3For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies. Revelation 18

Because they worship Lucifer, Hollywood productions, awards shows, and televised public ceremonies are used as worship services to him. The worship is done in secret, because the overall public wouldn’t put up with blatant worship services to Satan. Secret ancient symbolism is used allowing these people to carry out these worship services under the nose of the general unsuspecting public. The symbolism has been used for thousands of years and the more viewers, the better.

The Superbowl halftime show is one of these occasions.

So what was it did we possibly see in Justin Timberlake’s performance with Prince?

Having died in April of 2016 we almost get a sense of ‘resurrection’ seeing Prince’s image again even though it was projected on a huge screen. Purple of course is the color of Royalty, it is also the color associated with Prince, and according to many illustrations also the color of the veil in the Holy Temple.

The screen itself could be perceived to be a representation of the veil that was in the temple. Hebrews 8:1-9 tells us the veil separated the part of the temple where people dwelt from the Holy of Holies, where God dwelt on earth. It signified mans separation from God because of sin (Isaiah 59:1-2). Once a year only the high priest was permitted to pass beyond the veil and enter into God’s presence on behalf of all Israel to atone for their sins (Exodus 30:10, Hebrews 9:7, and Leviticus 16).

Josephus, a first century Jewish historian tells us the height of the veil was increased from 30 cubits in Solomon’s (the first) temple to 40 cubits in the second temple that Harod built. While no one knows exact measurement of a cubit, most historians think the veil was about 60 feet tall.

At the end of Justin Timberlake’s performance the image of Prince changes to just a silhouette image of Prince with his guitar behind him, but that image makes Prince appear to have a devilish tail. Video

Prince Devil Tail

Pretty creepy.

In the temple it was God who dwelt behind the veil, but in Justin’s performance we see Prince, or possibly the devil who is dwelling behind Timberlake’s veil.

In the Bible there are several places where Satan is referred to as a prince. In John 14:30 he is called the Prince of this world. In Matthew 12:24 he is called the Prince of Devils, and Ephesians 2:2 calls him the Prince of the power of the air.

Another thing that stands out was his song choice. With so many hit songs Prince had, the song “I Would Die for U” seemed an odd choice. Here are the lyrics:

I’m not a woman

I’m not a man

I am something that you’ll never understand

I’ll never beat you

I’ll never lie

And if you’re evil I’ll forgive you by and by

‘Cause you, I would die for you,

yeah Darling if you want me to You,

I would die for you

I’m not your lover

I’m not your friend

I am something that you’ll never comprehend

No need to worry

No need to cry

I’m your messiah and you’re the reason why

‘Cause you, I would die for you,

yeah Darling if you want me to You,

I would die for you

You’re just a sinner

I am told

Be your fire when you’re cold

Make you happy when you’re sad

Make you good when you are bad

I’m not a human

I am a dove

I’m your conscious

I am love

All I really need is to know that You believe

Yeah, I would die for you,

yeah Darling if you want me to You,

I would die for you

Yeah, say one more time

You, I would die for you

Darling if you want me to You,

I would die for you Two, three, four you

Why did Justin Timberlake choose this song?

It seemed the whole performance was indeed a worship service to the one to come, the Abomination of Desolation!

The very word antichrist means instead of Christ, and were told in many places in scripture that the Antichrist will seek people to worship him. At some point (most say at the midpoint of the tribulation) he will stand in the Temple. He also receives a deadly wound, then resurrects you could say as the Image of the Beast.

So Just to recap: We see a loose representation of an alter, and a huge veil. Behind that veil we first see a resurrected beloved star, then turning into a devilish silhouette. We watch as Justin Timberlake sings “I Would Die to You” along with this Image of Prince.

The question remains which prince really?

Of course the good news is, there is One who died for you!!

The original veil ripped upon Jesus’ death on the cross. No longer do we need a high priest and an animal sacrifice. Jesus prophesied in Luke 13:35. As long as the temple stood, it signified the continuation of the Old Covenant. Hebrews 9:8-9 refers to the age that was passing away as the new covenant was being established (Hebrews 8:13). The veil was a symbol of Jesus himself.

In other words you only need Jesus now. His work was complete, and He the only way to the Father (John 14:6).

One day an antichrist will try to convince you otherwise, but don’t you believe it.


I need to include in this post:

To all Prince fans everywhere (and you can count me as one also), please understand I’m not saying Prince is the antichrist, nor evil. It simply appears Justin Timberlake took the opportunity to use him as symbolism for his black mass worship service.

Prince himself was well known for his deeply held religious beliefs as a Jehovah’s Witness, converted from Seventh Day Adventist. Fans can tell you many of Princes songs were religious in nature and many having apocalyptic and/or End Times themes.

Also noteworthy is a 1998 Interview with Guitar World. Here is a portion:

GW: With digital editing, it is now possible to create a situation where you could jam with any artist from the past. Would you ever consider doing something like that?

Prince: Certainly not. That’s the most demonic thing imaginable. Everything is as it is, and it should be. If I was meant to jam with Duke Ellington, we would have lived in the same age. That whole virtual reality thing… it really is demonic. And I am not a demon. Also, what they did with that Beatles song [“Free As a Bird”], manipulating John Lennon’s voice to have him singing from across the grave… that’ll never happen to me. To prevent that kind of thing from happening is another reason why I want artistic control.

So not only would Prince been opposed to Justin Timberlake’s performance he would have considered it demonic!

It should also be pointed out that Prince’s Superbowl halftime performance at Superbowl XLI in February of 2007 was considered by many including billboard to be the best Superbowl halftime show ever.

Contrast that to Justin Timberlake’s Halftime performances. In February of 2004, Superbowl XXXVIII was remembered for the infamous wardrobe malfunction with Janet Jackson, and his latest performance, which appears to be the black mass worship service to the Abomination of Desolation.

It should also be noted a 2012 piece on The Hollowverse (The religions and political views of the influentials.) Justin Timberlake had this to say about his religion:

Justin was raised a devout Southern Baptist. His grandfather was a preacher at a Baptist church and his father was a choir director at his local Baptist church. But stardom tends to take its toll on the religious devotion of its victims and even as early as the N’Sync days, Timberlake seems to have given up on the faith of his childhood. When asked if he was religious on the Larry King show, Timberlake said:

“I think the term for me would be more spiritual than religious.”

But that doesn’t mean that when Timberlake goes home, he doesn’t slip into his old religion like a glove. He said, speaking in the third person for some reason:

“When Justin comes home he would not even sit down and have a sandwich that he doesn’t say a blessing for.”

You should be thankful, Justin. It’s not too late! Ask Beebs!




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