The Meaning of Blue Ivy. "Illluminati Baby?"



Within minutes of Twitter discovering the name of Jay-Z and Beyonce’s first born child; Blue Ivy; the group of conspirators begin to plot and scheme on a way to turn the child into  ‘Illuminati’s Youngest In Charge”.


It’s a sad day when the ignorance begins to outweigh common sense, and “common sense” becomes uncommon.


I am not going to act as if I know about every detail concerning the lives of Jay-Z and Beyonce, and I may not agree with the messages and themes in which they often divulge; however I do believe some people just need to a 40 ounce of CHILL!


Some have said that “IVY” is an acronym for "Illuminati's Very Youngest."


Not only is this the worse acronym ever, but Jay-Z is way too nice of a lyricist to solicit this struggle bar as the meaning of his daughters name.


People assume Jay-Z is a part of the Illuminati; which from a historical viewpoint is highly unlikely, especially since “group” is highly secretive and from its inception is said to be an anglo-saxon decent men’s only group. Baby Blue Ivy does not have enough money to join the group, neither has she sacrificed the human that is required to become a member (that’s a joke).


The name Blue Ivy probably represents the couple’s obsession with the number 4. Ivy after IV and Blue after Jay-Z's The Blueprint Project, which he's done 3 of, so Blue Ivy would be his fourth. (I guess that makes sense right?) Beyonce's birthday is Sept. 4, Jay-Z's is Dec. 4 (He also named a song "December 4th"). They married on April 4, 2008 and reportedly have matching "IV" tattoos on their wedding fingers. The name of Beyonce's latest album: "4."


It’s rumored that BLUE IVY backwards in Latin stands for Lucifers Daughter. But seriously, after doing some research, I found out that in Latin the name Eulb Yvi actually means NOTHING AT ALL.


Even if the Illuminati are alive and real, God is greater!


Congratulations to Sean Carter and Beyonce’ Knowles on a beautiful healthy girl. May God bless the family!


Living the dream,


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