30 Seconds to Mars Illuminati Symbols & Lyrics

30 Seconds to Mars Illuminati symbols are blatant in their lyrics and imagery. This started with the band's latest album, "This is War."

However, one theme that is always recurring is the sun, which is known to be worshipped by Illuminati members.

Referencing sun worship is becoming more popular lately. This is seen with Linkin Park in their album, "A thousand Suns." In fact, one of the songs on 30 Seconds to Mars' latest album is titled "100 Suns" and may foreshadow occult knowledge about the sun.

Go to the Linkin Park Illuminati symbols page for more info.

Jared Leto of 30 Seconds to Mars flashing Illuminati all-seeing eye symbol.

Jared Leto of 30 Seconds to Mars is flashing the Illuminati all-seeing eye symbol in a photoshoot in the above photo. As you know, this is common with popular music artists and may represent Illuminati influence.

Now read the lyrics of their album's title track, "This is War."

A warning to the people
The good and the evil
This is war
To the soldier, the civillian
The martyr, the victim
This is war

It's the moment of truth and the moment to lie
The moment to live and the moment to die
The moment to fight, the moment to fight, to fight, to fight, to fight

To the right, to the left
We will fight to the death
To the Edge of the Earth
It's a brave new world from the last to the first

To the right, to the left
We will fight to the death
To the Edge of the Earth
It's a brave new world
It's a brave new world

A warning to the prophet, the liar, the honest
This is war
To the leader, the pariah, the victim, the messiah
This is war

It's the moment of truth and the moment to lie
The moment to live and the moment to die
The moment to fight, the moment to fight, to fight, to fight, to fight

To the right
To the left
We will fight to the death
To the edge of the earth
It's a brave new world
From the last to the first

To the right
To the left
We will fight to the death
To the edge of the earth
It's a brave new world
It's a brave new world
It's a brave new world

I do believe in the light
Raise your hands up to the sky
The fight is done
The war is won
Lift your hands
Towards the sun
Towards the sun
Towards the sun
Towards the sun
The war is won

I believe in nothing
Not the end and not the start
I believe in nothing
Not the earth and not the stars
I believe in nothing
Not the day and not the dark
I believe in nothing
But the beating of our hearts
I believe in nothing
One hundred suns until we part
I believe in nothing
Not in satan, not in god
I believe in nothing
Not in peace and not in war
I believe in nothing
But the truth of who we are

This song is full of 30 Seconds to Mars Illuminati symbols and is trying to warn about something. Although it obviously doesn't intend to warn, rather it's something they do for themselves.

The phrase in this song that's repeated more than any other is "Brave New World."

The term Brave New World was first written about by the English writer, Aldous Huxley in his book, "Brave New World."

Brave New World book cover.

This book predicts a disturbing futuristic dystopia where a elite class rules over the masses in a world government. The book is highly controversial and more relevant than ever before. The Modern Library voted in #5 on their list of top 100 English-language novels of the 20th century.

I highly recommend reading a copy of a Brave New World if not only because it may be a loosely written blueprint--not by the Illuminati, rather for the Illuminati and their possible New World Order.

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