Yes I think that Eminem could be trying to break free from the Illuminati.
Lyrics: Yeah, it's been a ride I guess I had to, go to that place, to get to this one. Now some of you might still be in that place. If you're trying to get out, just follow me.
Interpretation: This is a reference to his time with the Illuminati, and that he thought that he had to follow the Illuminati in order to be successful and to get to where he is at now. He has now figured out that he does not need to follow the Illuminati in order to be successful because he already has a fan base now.
Lyrics: This f*cking black cloud's still follow's me around. But it's time to exercise these demons. These m*therf*ckers are doing jumping jacks now!
Interpretation: He is ready to get the demons out of him.
Lyrics: So starting today, I'm breaking out of this cage. I'm standing up, Imma face my demons. I'm manning up, Imma hold my ground. I've had enough, now I'm so fed up Time to put my life back together right now.
Interpretation: Breaking out of this cage is a metaphor for the Illuminati. He is going to hold his ground, and is not afraid. He is going to start a new life, free from the Illuminati.
Lyrics: It was my decision to get clean, I did it for me. Admittedly I probably did it subliminally for you.
Interpretation: A reference to the subliminal messages hidden in songs.
If Eminem's "Recovery" album does not sell as well as his albums usually do then you will know that he is trying to break free from the Illuminati. Some people will blame his poor album sales on the Kobe, P!nk and Rihanna features on the album, and no verses by 50 Cent or Dr. Dre, but if it does not sell well it is because of the Illuminati.
Eminem is a Christian. He does not attend church that often, but he does pray more than he used to.
Lyrics from the song "It's OK" from Eminem's album "Infinite."
"But in the mist of this insanity, I found my Christianity
Through God and there's a wish he granted me
He showed me how to cope with the stress
And hope for the best, instead of mope and depressed."