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Bryce Harper Illuminati

Is Bryce Harper in the Illuminati?

Is Bryce Harper in the Illuminati?

Bryce Harper has been a MLB superstar since he first came into the league in 2012. When he was 16, Sports Illustrated had already tagged him as the Lebron James of baseball.

Like Lebron, expectations were always high and like Lebron, he has lived up to the hype.

When Harper is healthy, he is one of the most dominant forces in baseball.

When Bryce Harper becomes a free agent after the 2018 season, he will be become an unrestricted free agent at the age of 26 and he is going to get paid.

His contract is going to shatter all previous contracts with some estimates in excess of $400 million.

When that type of money is involved, there is always more than meets the eye.

This year, Bryce Harper is having a Bryce Harper type year. He’s among the league leaders in all offensive categories and is in contention to win the NL MVP.

However, if you watch closely, you will notice something strange.

Every time Bryce Harper hits a home run, he throws up the Devil sign after he touches home plate. Seriously, watch the highlights. He does it every single time.

Paying tribute to Baphomet is one of the tell-tale signs of being in the Illuminati.

It’s no coincidence that Bryce Harper is doing this. As one of the most marketable athletes, he is a global icon in the making and he is less than two years away from signing the richest contract in sports history.

He throws it up at 0:27 in this video.

Here he is again, throwing it up at 0:24 after hitting a walk off home run.

It doesn’t matter if it’s home or away. Bryce Harper is deliberately throwing up the Devil sign after every single home run this year.

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4 Comments

  1. J
    August 16, 2017 at 1:34 pm — Reply

    Sonny what about metal bands? Those devil horns are always thrown up by fans and band members. Is it different because of the roots: rebelling against organized religion?

    • August 16, 2017 at 9:40 pm — Reply

      All the same. All the same owner…

  2. Josh Franken
    September 19, 2017 at 8:58 pm — Reply

    If throwing up the bull horns makes you an illuminati member I was their grand master around the age of 16. This is a ridiculous article. It’s completely likely that this athlete just spent his childhood throwing up this symbol because he saw it on TV, at Rock concerts, in movies and tossed up by other celebrities and athletes. I mean seriously, he could be in the Illuinati, black lives matter or the neo nazis. Hell, he could be a follower of the dahli lama for all I know, but I personally never take the use of this symbol from most people as anything other than a learned reflex in certain situations. Now if someone had proof and wanted to make the argument this symbol was inserted into pop culture on purpose to brainwash everyone to use it, I’d consider this argument. Only with solid evidence of course.

    • September 20, 2017 at 9:01 am — Reply

      Not really. You just did it because you saw some celebrity aka useful idiot do it.

      That’s how culture warfare works. They simply get the established citizens to do something and the masses will copy it because it’s “cool”…

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