Bratz Dolls in Illuminati Masquerade Ball

Hello one-eye symbolism.
Hello one-eye symbolism.

Bratz dolls are basically younger, sluttier versions of Barbie dolls. They’ve always annoyed me because I personally feel that young children should just be kids and should enjoy their innocence while they can. And, to me, Bratz are another way to promote sexuality, superficiality and even celebrity to young girls. But maybe I’m just acting like a grumpy old man looking at new toys and saying in a disapproving tone: “We don’t have the toys we used to”.

Bratz however took things to a whole other level with its new Masquerade collection by incorporating in it all out Illuminati symbolism. Masquerade balls (also known as Illuminati balls) originate from obscure occult Secret Societies who organized these gatherings for ceremonial and ritualistic purposes. These balls often ended with orgies with the masks playing on the anonymity of the sexual partner (see the movie Eyes Wide Shut). Is there a reason why young girls should recreate the occult elite’s ceremonial parties?

Here we have a couple of vampires dancing on a ritualistic checkerboard Masonic floor. Plus, on the left, a sex-kitten checking everything out.

Here’s the promotional video for the collection and see how Illuminati symbolism is promoted to kids.


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the fact that they're called bratz disturbs me to. i was raised to believe that brat has a negative connotation. i live near chico state, and there are whole sorority houses filled with girls who look like this. these girls are like 19, 20, 21. we see them waiting in lines for night clubs, shivering to death in microscopic dresses in the dead of f*****g winter. because lets face it folks, wearing a coat to protect yourself from frigged temperatures is just not sexy! they talk with baby voices, and through fits at their boyfriends for breathing the wrong way. they're nightmares, and these "bros" put up with these "bratz" because they look like blow up dolls! and none of this is weird to them, they will never question why they are the way they are, and in the end they just wind up missing the whole point. i really… Read more »

Yes, they are using something negative and turning it into something positive. If you were a true bratz fan you would know that they were actually harassed by people and called “brat”, so they finally decided to own that name and make it their own. They’re using something that was made to harass them and turning it into confidence.

Perhaps it is just me, but I find the dolls somehow looked like Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Jessie J and Lady Gaga… :O

[x] eye of Horus

[x] witch representing witchcraft

[x] vaguely suggestive masonic arches

[x] Baphomet horns

[x] undersea goddess

[x] oh yeah, and all those super-neat monarch mind-control masks for you AND you doll!

I dunno, sounds like good wholesome funtimes to me. Play on, kiddies. Play on.

Kinda makes me wonder–at 27 I wonder how much of an influence the illuminati have had on my own upbringing in terms of their control over film industry, music industry, and the toy making industry. I'm beginning to get an idea though.

Thank you, God, for your redemptive power–that in spite of the adulterated content that has been filling our minds since childhood, we are "transformed by the renewing of our minds"–Romans 12.

Amen to that!

I can't believe they were marketing "sexiness" to little girls.
That's just sick!!!!
Wake up people!!! The time is up!!! We're living on borrowed time. Rome is ready to burn once more.

does that say sexiness? i'm disturbed

and it also has MOVIE! 🙁

i grew up loving bratz someone please just tell me that THIS is just a random reference to illuminati, i know it is very hidden, but bratz have been normal girls and less manipulative all through out… they have always taught me to go for whatever i want and be myself.. did anyone see the cancer bratz dolls they made? and bratz gives to charity? mattel is worst.. and they even sued bratz… and made the extremely sinister dolls called "monster high" and that has OBVIOUS clear references… the bratz were dedicated to the creator's daughter, jasmine and showed how dolls don't all have to look like barbies. it showed that dolls can look like any of us.

My sister collects Bratzdolls and i collect monster high dolls. I never was a fan of barbie cause it annoyed me that she had every single occupation known to man but monster high dolls are diverse in terms of ethnicity which i like.

I honestly don't see what's wrong with bratz dolls. I have tons. They're teenage girls with tons of makeup. My mom didn't like them at 1st, but then she watched the movie and said it's ok.

This is sick, twisted, and disturbing.

My friend was in this commercial in the background… scary.

I couldn't find the whole eyes wide shut movie online so I typed into google banned orgy scene crime eyes wide shut and well I was shocked I saw it in daily motion and I have nothing left to say I'm just well I'm lost for words

One thing i noticed, is how all the girls are standing on the black squares and the dude is standing on the white?!

So an Egyptian Princess/Goddess with the all seeing eye mark under the eye, a Mermaid (or siren/muse), a Pirate, Vampires, Witch, a fairy (that looks more like the devil because she's got horns) and a knight to save them all. Thank you Bratz for pulling in the children with demonic/occult characters, yoking them in spiritual bondage…

OMG I had one of these dolls when I was a kid and I pretty much liked it. But I remembered one day, I don't really know why but I totally grabbed her and started hitting her, tearing her up, pulling her hair out and throwing her against walls. I don't know why but I remember that this doll suddenly made me very mad and upset and apparently looked very disgusting to me… Now reading all these things, i'm so glad I stopped playing with this thing early.

All I can say is WOW!

I think I can break down the whole Bratz 'appeal' because I used to play with the damn things. I had ONE. And the reason I like her compared to my Barbies was this: *she had attitude, didn't look all bubble headed like B. *she dressed cool, the clothes were like popstars in music videos, a place where belly tops, mini skirts and high heels run rampant, were considered 'normal' and aimed at us pre-teens. Also the style and colours were more relevant to trends at the time. *Finally and most importantly, I could relate to her better then the impossibly tall busty Barbie. She had a small chest, and a youthful face like me. And she looked 'hot' and wore a s**t-tonne of make-up. Planting the idea that if I wore a belly top and a s**t-tonne of make-up I could like like that. (My parently luckily put a… Read more »

That commercial made me feel like I was put under a demonic spell just watching it!

And like VC, I've always HATED Bratz dolls. They promote p********a.

Okay, i'm just going to make this very very clear before i start, i really don't care about you're opinion on what I have to say. 1. Stop letting commercials, movies, and dolls (i guess, since this seems to be the issue) raise your children. All of you "Parents" should know that. If you do not have the time to sit down with your children or take them outside and see sunlight instead of an episode of iCarly or spongebob do the world a favor and don't have kids. It is so sad to me that people leave their kids with a remote and a couch and see that as fine. Try some exercise if your so worried about this so called "exposure".. 2. Do you really think that you 5-10 year old knows what the heck any of you are talking about. "Oh Bratz dolls worship the devil, that… Read more »

Alixrae, you are so out of touch with reality but what would anyone expect from a 17 year old. You will soon find out that life doesn't always turn out the way you plan.

Or.. maybe i spend my time worrying about more important world problems than Bratz dolls.

But i guess since being 17 automatically means I know nothing, and since your "old" your much "wiser", so you think, I will leave it at that.

Have a good day.

I think you should all leave Nesha worship whoever she likes. We all have different beliefs, yes I know JW was set up by a freemason and all that, but if being a JW is what helps her, day by day to wake up with a smile and survive this wretched world, then I say let her do it. She shouldn't be 'dissed' for believing in something. There are enough people out there to try and train us and conform to the rules without you telling other people what to and not to believe in. I've been a reader of this site for I don't know how long and It has truly opened my eyes to the world around me. I was once completely oblivious to all these symbols and meanings. She might just be understanding It all. Leave her be. In relation to the dolls, I had one when… Read more »

This is exactly why I didn't buy my daughter ANY of those dolls for Christmas…

Our culture makes me SMH! It's a mess!

Dolls are fine but so other toys for girls are. It's impossible to avoid all gender stereotyping but all the same you can also gently guide a child's experiences in order to avoid some of the negative effects of stereotyping. You can always encourage a daughter to play physical games. She may not have the same zest for basketball that a boy might have, however she can still enjoy herself. Why not choose clothing that lets her move freely? You see girls of the age of 6 dressed only in mini skirts and 2-3 inches heels. Why not give her chances to play with puzzles, shapes and construction toys such as lego/mega bloks. Books for princesses are fine but there are also other books that show girls succeeding. A girl might not want to become a pilot when she grows up but it's still vital to instil a can do… Read more »

What's so wrong with the concept of dualism?? =/

As far as I'm concerned, the New Age Movement LOVES moral relativism– and esoteric religions, like Freemasonry and plenty other organizations 😛

Lol that is so funny hahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaha