A video of a Lana Del Rey concert in Mexico City has gone viral on social media, sparking a bizarre conspiracy theory that the singer was involved in an Illuminati ritual that unleashed a demonic energy wave on the crowd.
Did a Demonic Illuminati Ritual Cause People Fall Over at Lana Del Rey’s Concert?
The footage shows a large group of people in the audience suddenly falling over at the same time, as if they were pushed by an invisible force. Some people who claimed that they were at the concert, said they felt an invisible energy force before people started collapsing.
The video has been viewed millions of times, and has generated thousands of comments from users who have different theories about what happened. Some believe that Lana Del Rey was performing a secret ritual on stage, orchestrated by her handlers, who might be members of the Illuminati, a secret society that is said to control the world through various means.
According to these conspiracy theorists, Lana Del Rey was using her music and lyrics to invoke demonic entities and manipulate the minds of her fans. They claim that the energy wave that knocked over the crowd was a result of the ritual reaching its climax, and that it was a sign of the Illuminati’s power and influence. Beyonce faced similar allegations after he concert in Dubai.
Some of the evidence that these conspiracy theorists cite include Lana Del Rey’s use of occult symbols and imagery in her music videos, such as pentagrams, inverted crosses, and pyramids. They also point out that some of her songs contain references to Satanism, such as “Born to Die”, “Gods and Monsters”, and “Ultraviolence”.
Some users on social media have dismissed the conspiracy theory as nonsense and have offered a more rational alternative. They argue that what happened at the concert was a phenomenon known as progressive crowd collapse, where the momentum of one person falling can cause a domino effect at events where there are too many people in a small space.
According to these users, progressive crowd collapse can be triggered by various factors, such as panic, noise, heat, or movement. They claim that the video does not show any evidence of a supernatural force, but rather a natural occurrence that can happen at any crowded event.
The debate over the video has not been resolved, and it is unlikely that it will be anytime soon. Lana Del Rey has not commented on the incident or the conspiracy theory, and neither has her management or representatives. The concert organizers have also not issued any statement or explanation about what happened.
The only thing that is certain is that Lana Del Rey’s concert in Mexico City has become one of the most talked-about events of the year, and has sparked a viral conspiracy theory that has divided the internet. Whether it was an Illuminati ritual or a progressive crowd collapse, it is clear that Lana Del Rey’s music has a powerful impact on her fans.