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 the insinuations.
Bolt's ring, however, along with the "A OK" hand, and the baphomet hand symbols has many wondering if he might have joined Freemasonry.
Usain Bolt is not the first Jamaican to sport a Freemasonry ring as DJ Vybz Kartel also wears a ring, but has not denied, nor made known whether he is a member of the brotherhood.
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.
Baphomet (/ˈbæfɵmɛt/; from medieval Latin Baphometh, baffometi, Occitan Bafometz) is an imagined pagan deity (i.e., a product of Christian folklore concerning pagans), revived in the 19th century as a figure of occultism and Satanism. Often mistaken for Satan, it represents the duality of male and female, as well as Heaven and Hell or night and day signified by the raising of one arm and the downward gesture of the other.
Sprinter Usain Bolt said Thursday to reporters that he had "lost all respect" for Carl Lewis after the American was quoted as saying Jamaica's doping controls were not as strong as other countries.
While not making any direct accusations, former 100 and 200 Olympic champion Lewis has said in recent years that Jamaican drug testing procedures might need to be tightened.
With the smile that had been a constant fixture throughout his press conference vanishing from his face, Bolt lashed out at nine-time gold-medal winner Lewis after being asked if he'd like to be compared with him or late sprinting great Jesse Owens.
"I'm going to say something controversial right now. Carl Lewis, I have no respect for him," Bolt said. "The things he says about the track athletes is really downgrading for another athlete to say something like that. I think he's just looking for attention, really, because nobody really talks much about him.
"That was really sad for me when I heard the other day what he was saying. It was upsetting. I've lost all respect for him. All respect."
Asked which specific comments from Lewis made him angry, Bolt replied: "It was all about drugs. Talking about drugs. For me, an athlete out of the sport to be saying that. That was really upsetting for me. Really upsetting.
"To jump up and say something like that. As far as I'm concerned he's looking for attention. That's all."
Lewis, the former 100 and 200 Olympic champion, has raised questions in recent years about Jamaican drug testing procedures.
Following Bolt's performance in Beijing, Lewis told Sports Illustrated: "Countries like Jamaica do not have a random program, so they can go months without being tested. I'm not saying anyone is on anything, but everyone needs to be on a level playing field."
Bolt had already dealt with one question about doping when he was asked Thursday if he could guarantee that Jamaican sprinters — who swept the top three spots in the 200 — were clean.
"Without a doubt," Bolt said. "We train really hard."
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I don't know about the doping. But one thing is certain, I don't need any other evidence to convince me of who Usain Bolt is paying allegiance to.
I have heard lots of comments even from children and motor park touts about things far beyond their knowledge- iluminati,"Baphomet".
Don't we see a bit of deceit, misinformation, or mix-up here; coming from people who declare that God is the most powerful; that all other powers are powerless power.
Is it not a shame that people attribute success to iluminati,"Baphomet"?
The truth can be known scientifically- a doping test.
Otherwise let us all congratulate Usain Bolt
kinhinde oke, so if you are not told about freemasonary you wont know it. those are satanist illuminaty. if you like go and join them to get fam sucess and popurarity but hell fire awaits you