Is Usain Bolt a Freemason and a member of the Illuminati?
Usain St. Leo "Lightning" Bolt is a Jamaican sprinter who is known in all corners of the world and continues to break sprinting record after record.
By: Jeff Gill - Wednesday, Aug 15, 2012 - 03:59:26 PM
Usain Bolt playing some tracks while DJing reveals what appears to be a "Freemasonry ring"
Many have been querying the internet as to whether the world's fastest man,
one of the most successful in the 100m and 200m sprint races, is a Freemason.
Mr. Bolt has not made any such verbal statements, but in a YouTube video
entitled, "Usain Bolt's DJ Challenge", he appears to be wearing a gold ring with
the compass and square.
According to The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, Head of the Nation of
Islam, these emblems of Freemasonry and the Lodge, represent a desire to attain
360 degrees of knowledge.
Usain St. Leo "Lightning" Bolt is a Jamaican sprinter who is known in all
corners of the world and continues to break sprinting record after record. The
gentleman seems unstoppable.
Usain's many feats have been recently brought into question by none other
than 9-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis, who might have hinted that the Jamaican
athletes might be taking performance enhancing drugs.
Bolt had sharply replied he had loss all respect for Mr. Lewis, because of
Bolt's ring, however, along with the "A OK" hand, and
baphomet hand symbols has many wondering if he might have joined
Usain Bolt is not the first Jamaican to sport a
ring as DJ Vybz Kartel also wears a ring, but has not denied, nor made known
whether he is a member of the brotherhood.
Usain Bolt like most popular celebrities poses with one eye covered in a photo -- photo: Facebook
To see other celebrities depicting this one eye symbol as though they are saluting those in control of their lives, you may also visit
vigilantcitizen.com which on a monthly basis compiles such images in the mainstream media, but mean nothing to the average Joe or Jane Doe.
Doesn't Bolt look a little strange in this photo, as this is not the type of pose one would hold to take a photo, unless their is a meaning behind it.