Lemonade is the sixth studio album by American singer Beyoncé, released on April 23, 2016, by Parkwood Entertainment and distributed through Columbia Records. The record is Beyoncé’s second “visual album”, following her eponymous 2013 record, and aconcept album
Lemonade was made available for online streaming on April 23 through Tidal, which Beyoncé co-owns, and released for paid purchase through the service the following day. It was later launched for purchase by track or album to Amazon Music and theiTunes Store on April 25 and at physical retailers May 6. The record was preceded by the release of the single “Formation” on February 6, 2016. In April 2016, Beyoncé embarked on the Formation World Tour to promote the album. Lemonade debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, selling 485,000 copies in its first week (653,000 with additional equivalent-album units).
In the segment of Lemonade labelled: “Denial”, Beyonce recites part of Warsan Shire’s “For Women Who Are Difficult to Love”. We’ve just seen her jump off the side of a building, as though ending her life; she’s chanting while floating in water – almost as in utero:
“I tried to change
closed my mouth more
tried to be softer
She goes on to describe a penance. Maybe he cheated because she was too much; if she could just change, be more good, less sinful, maybe it wouldn’t have happened. The penance she describes is brutal, supernatural, like something from one of the Southern Churches. Towards the end, she recites:
“I bathed in bleach and plugged my menses with pages from the holy book.”
“For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned.” – Matthew 12:37
The album is described on Tidal as “every woman’s journey of self-knowledge and healing” and the overall the theme is said to be “the empowerment of black women referencing both marital relationships and the historical trauma from slavery”. However, the occult imagery of the video tells a story that is far more complex … and far less “empowering”. While throughout the video, Beyoncé appears to be speaking to an unfaithful husband, various clues indicate this unfaithful husband is not Jay-Z or her father; instead, it is Beyoncé’s true father and husband, the occult elite’s music industry. After giving her life and soul to be part of this industry, Beyoncé is now married to it – for better or for worse. But the industry is not faithful to her and treats her badly. Through symbolic imagery, Lemonade explains what was required from Beyoncé to become, in her words, the “baddest b*tch in the game”, how it left a permanent mark on her, and how she will now be used to be a “leader”.
Music critics claim that Lemonade is Beyoncé’s most personal album, making it seem like she sat there crying with a pen and paper, writing her heart out. But that is not how it went down. A quick look at the album’s liner notes reveal that the album was written by a team of 72 writers … the song Hold Up alone was written by 15 people! The video part of the “visual album” was put together by seven directors, including some of the occult elite’s favorites: Jonas Akerlund and Mark Romanek. Akerlund alone has been mentioned several times on Vigilant Citizen due to the fact that he created highly symbolic videos such as Britney Spear’s Hold it Against Me, Lady Gaga’s Telephone, an MK-ultra themed commercial for Versace, and many more.
Akerlund has a clear grasp of the occult elite’s imagery and seems to specialize in depicting pop stars as mind-controlled puppets.
Because America is now the forerunner in the Age of Satanism where lyrics like these go unchallenged. The media is controlled by a Jewish (Ashkenazi) cabal which is mum on the fact Bible pages and period blood were spoken on a syndicated cable channel. LEMONADE is an opus declaring it is acceptable to get your witch-on in plain view . . . without judgement. Anyone who claims to serve Christ and is a fan of Beyonce is clinically spiritually dead. If Beyonce spoke she rolled up Koran pages to stop her flow there would be a riot.
Beyonce destroyed the Bible in her fan’s minds by relegating the pages of the Bible as a menstruation absorber. At what point do the so called spiritual leaders in America stand up to this blatant disrespect to the Most High. In essence, their silence makes them complicit with the satanic agenda. What Beyonce said should have sparked not just an outrage, but a National discussion. Additional Citations Revelation Now Vigilant Citizen