This year the Met Gala was an all out satanic ritual in which Katy Perry and attendees worshiped ancient Egyptian deities.
The Met Gala is an annual fundraising event for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City. The museum is the largest art museum in the United States and is among the most visited art museums in the world. The gala marked the grand opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibit which was Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between, this year.
Rei Kawakubo, whose fashion line was on display, is known for designing unnatural dresses with lumps in places they don’t belong. Her ritualistic clothing depicts a white leather straight jacket and caged-in wedding gowns.
The Fire Festival: Beltane
The Met Gala took place on May 1st this year, one of the occultists most sacred fertility holidays in which they perform a Celtic fire festival, sacrifices, and abominable sex rituals.
The festival of Beltane can be traced back to Gaelic pagan practices. It marks the beginning of summer, where new life and fertility are used as an excuse to perform demonic occult rites and rituals to false gods.
Katy Perry Idolized
Perry chose to wear an eerie Maison Margiela piece designed by John Galliano, a well-known antisemite. She paired it with a long red silk veil embroidered with the word “witness” that emphasized the ’t’ as a black cross on her forehead and the ‘i’ as the all seeing eye. She also wore a headpiece in chrome with springs that look like antennas, mirrors, ornaments and red hoof boots.
The entire event was dedicated to false gods and goddesses as it was a high ritual night that took place at an ancient Egyptian temple.
According to Vogue, “This year’s Met Gala host Katy Perry stunned the crowd early on when she hit the red carpet in a jaw-dropping, red-veiled Maison Margiela Artisanal creation by John Galliano. But once cocktails and dinner were over inside, the pop star delighted the star-studded audience once again after hitting the stage to perform a medley of her hits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Temple of Dendur. Wearing a latex leather ensemble by Vex Clothing, Perry kicked off her show with her new song, “Chained to the Rhythm,” and later performed some of her past hits, including “Dark Horse” and “Firework,” to the crowd’s noticeable amusement. But it wasn’t until her latest collaborators, Migos (surrounded by a group of Comme des Garçons-clad faceless models), popped up that things really got going—there wasn’t a single guest sitting down once they sang a surprise rendition of their joint new track, “Bon Appétit.” Now that’s how you wrap up a Met Gala.”
Egyptian Temple of Dendur
To give homage to Egyptian deities, Katy Perry performed on the Temple of Dendur, an ancient Egyptian temple that was built around 15 BC and brought to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1978. The temple was dedicated to Isis and Osiris, two of the most prominent Egyptian deities still being worshiped today.
The temple was used in ancient times as a place of ceremonial worship to Isis who occultists see as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic
According to the Met:
“From the first room one can look into the temple past the middle room used for offering ceremonies and into the sanctuary of the goddess Isis. The only carvings in these two rooms are around the door frame leading into the sanctuary and on the back wall of the sanctuary, where a relief depicts Pihor worshiping Isis, and below – partly destroyed – Pedesi worshiping Osiris.”
It can’t get more obvious, the gathering was on May Day, and the ‘performance’ was literally on an ancient temple to Isis. This isn’t the first time that Katy Perry has worshiped Isis. In the Egyptian-themed music video, Dark Horse, she presented herself atop a pyramid dressed as Isis.
This is yet another occurrence proving the occult satanic worship going on in Hollywood, where it has been proven that to get anywhere you must sell out to the music industry and the false gods and goddesses they revere. By grabbing the popular artists and bringing them in on their pagan practices, satanists are attempting to control the minds of many as too often young people idolize the celebrities they have corrupted.