New Lady Gaga Video

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Finally watched the music video! How come no one mentioned that the paramedic calls her STEFANI?! That's Lady Gaga's real name! This means that at then end you're looking at the original person, not a made up alter persona at all!

Also the armenian movie "color of pomegranates" is pretty much the visual guide for this music video, pretty much all the costumes come from there. Gotta watch the movie someday for its aesthetic value.

Feels like a Jurodowski movie tho.

Just checked it out. They confirmed that Holy Mountain was an inspiration.

The plot thickens.

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Finally watched the music video! How come no one mentioned that the paramedic calls her STEFANI?! That's Lady Gaga's real name! This means that at then end you're looking at the original person, not a made up alter persona at all!
Yeah I think it was clear that the end of the video was supposed to show her true self (Stefani) as opposed to her fake persona (Lady Gaga).
 






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Sorry, Pomegranates have nothing what so ever to do with Islam.
I'm pretty sure they have nothing "symbolically" to do with Christianity or Judaism either.


Islam
The heavenly paradise of the Koran describes four gardens with shade, springs, and fruits—including the pomegranate. Legend holds that each pomegranate contains one seed that has come down from paradise. Pomegranates have had a special role as a fertility symbol in weddings among the Bedouins of the Middle East. A fine specimen is secured and split open by the groom as he and his bride open the flap of their tent or enter the door of their house. Abundant seeds ensure that the couple who eat it will have many children.


Christianity
A symbol of resurrection and life everlasting in Christian art, the pomegranate is often found in devotional statues and paintings of the Virgin and Child. In medieval representations the pomegranate tree, a fertility symbol, is associated with the end of a unicorn hunt. The captured unicorn appears to be bleeding from wounds inflicted on him by the hunters. The “wounds” are actually pomegranate seeds dripping their blood red juices on his milk white body. Wild and uncontrollable by nature, unicorns can be tamed only by virgins. Once tamed, the unicorn was held in an enclosed garden and chained to a pomegranate tree, symbolising the impending incarnation of Christ.


Judaism
Pomegranate seeds are said to number 613—one for each of the Bible's 613 commandments. The pomegranate was revered for the beauty of its shrub, flowers, and fruit—symbolising sanctity, fertility, and abundance. The Song of Solomon compares the cheeks of a bride behind her veil to the two halves of a pomegranate. Depictions of the fruit have long featured in architecture and design. They decorated the pillars of King Solomon's temple and the robes and regalia of Jewish kings and priests.
- "Why A Pomegranate?", Patricia Langley






Islam
It is important, tradition says, to eat every seed of a pomegranate because one can't be sure which aril came from paradise. The prophet Mohammed is said to have encouraged his followers to eat pomegranates to ward off envy and hatred.

Christianity
Pomegranates figure in many religious paintings by the likes of Sandro Botticelli and Leonardo da Vinci, often in the hands of Mary or the infant Jesus. The fruit, broken or bursting open, is a symbol of the fullness of his suffering and resurrection. In Christianity, pomegranate seeds were often compared to individual believers, gathered into one community of faith.

Judaism
In Genesis, the first book of the Torah, the fruit that prompted Adam and Eve's expulsion from Eden may have been the pomegranate, some [Jewish] scholars say. It's not likely, they argue, that apples flourished in that first garden. Later, the Hebrews searched for the Promised Land, looking for a list of clues to prove they had arrived. The list? Wheat and barley, vines and figs, olives and honey and pomegranates. The round red fruit with its own crown, or calyx, decorated the robes of Jewish priests and some of the pillars in the temple in Jerusalem. Today, pomegranates are often part of Rosh Hashana celebrations, their seeds embodying the hope that the new year will be fruitful.​
- "A Pomegranate For All Religions", Nancy Haught
 






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Islam
The heavenly paradise of the Koran describes four gardens with shade, springs, and fruits—including the pomegranate. Legend holds that each pomegranate contains one seed that has come down from paradise. Pomegranates have had a special role as a fertility symbol in weddings among the Bedouins of the Middle East. A fine specimen is secured and split open by the groom as he and his bride open the flap of their tent or enter the door of their house. Abundant seeds ensure that the couple who eat it will have many children.
- "Why A Pomegranate?", Patricia Langley


Islam
It is important, tradition says, to eat every seed of a pomegranate because one can't be sure which aril came from paradise. The prophet Mohammed is said to have encouraged his followers to eat pomegranates to ward off envy and hatred.
- "A Pomegranate For All Religions", Nancy Haught

Thankfully everything online is absolute truth. :rolleyes:

Fertitlity symbols? Fruit wards off emotions?
Both of those quotes are pagan and Islam is absolutely free of them. But you're gonna believe whatever you like anyway.
 






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Pomegranates are in the Greek myth of Persephone. Due to eating six seeds of a pomegranate after being kidnapped by Hades - if she ate anything in the underworld she would be stuck in it - she had to spend six months of the year in it as the queen of the underworld.

 






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The prophet Mohammed is said to have encouraged his followers to eat pomegranates to ward off envy and hatred.
This one could be because of pomegranates syphoning and helping the flow of blood.
 






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Album names are a 'give-a-way' in terms of gematria/numerology...
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Work out what the album logo is really saying? The last image to the right is your clue!


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Thanks @OctoZone
I'm terrible at deciphering this stuff, but upon first glance of her album cover, the jagged and distorted letters are creepy enough to look at, without even knowing the underlying meaning/symbolism...
 






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FYI, the ancient Zia people are still alive and prospering in their Native Lands in New Mexico.
 






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Video: Lady GaGa - 911 Music Video Decoded and Explained

Some interesting observations made in the video but it lacks references for same. The gematria/numerology for the Armenian Film Festival symbolism is full of ' 9 & 11's ' - so there is definitively some connection there. Also note the OCTO codes. Now, whether or not they had planned 'an event' we will probably never know as they have postponed the festival. But my Gut (Scandinavian word meaning 'Godly') tells me there may have been something planned.

This is a good example of how gematria can be used to uncover hidden codes within music videos......

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