Did Whitney Houston Die So Blue Ivy Carter Could Live?
Has the late Whitney Houston inspired the greatest blood sacrifice, of all? Some conspiracy theorists think so.
Despite Whitney's struggles with drug addiction, the world was shocked by her death on the eve of the 2012 Grammy Awards. She was only 48 and, according to some reports, had been drug-free for several months. Meanwhile, hip-hop/R&B royalty Beyonce and Jay-Z have been very secretive about their daughter, Blue Ivy. And it's not just because she's basically the richest, most powerful baby ever.
Blue Ivy Carter might also be the spawn of Satan — or so the (crazy) rumor mill has it, and she may be the reason for Whitney Houston's untimely death…
According to the International Business Times, which first reported the bizarre hypothesis, the conspiracy is rooted in Latin and numerology, which are, you know, super reliable. The name Blue Ivy is an anagram for Eulb Yvi, the Latin name of Satan's daughter. But the devil's really in the numerical details.
Whitney died on February 11, which is said to be an occult date. (Bob Marley, Sylvia Plath, and Alexander McQueen all died on the eleventh day of a month.) There's also some very coincidental math involved. Whitney died in 2012 at the age of 48, and 4+8=12. Apparently, the Illuminati like playing with numbers in this way.
Beyonce's the closest contemporary equivalent to Whitney in her heyday, but is Blue Ivy poised to become the greatest diva of them all?
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