Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Still Bringing Illuminati Symbolism to Kids

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After giving us a WTH moment with her video PONPONPON, J-Pop singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is back with another Illuminati-drenched video. The video appears to be based on Alice in Wonderland. How many times can that fairy tale be referred to in popular culture? I believe I personally mentioned Alice in Wonderland about a dozen of times in the past few months on this site. The story and the symbolism surrounding it is obviously of a great importance for the Illuminati industry – maybe because it is a staple in actual MK programming.

Kyary’s latest video “Tsukematsukeru” is another mesmerizing symbolism overload with a typical Japanese twist. Checkerboard patterns, creepy eyes ominously watching over everything, etc. You don’t have to watch it, but if you do, prepare to set your facial expression to HUH?

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Do you guys think that the Iulluminati ever sit back and go “tha hell were we thinking”?

What the hell did I just watch?

ok.now i need a place to vomit.

It may be evil, but you have to admit, IT SURE AS HELL IS CATCHY.

This is the dumbest crap I've ever seen. Is it me or does it sound like baby babble?

Okay , here goes :

The Monarch Butterfly as her mask

The dancing lions making the pyramid sign in their dance routine , very smart (:

Then the 2 pillars ( i guess )

Her hair , looks like there's an alter ego of her . LOL , i say what i see

Then , the pyramid background was damn too obvious

The one eye is EVERYWHERE .

The checkerboard pattern .

Can you make the translate of this song , i really want to know the meaning of this lyrics .

But seriously , this masonic people make good songs . I don't mind listening to it ;p

puddi puddi! puddi puddi!

she cook a dead guy!

giga puddi!

its not sentiment this a reality we must accept that the world of entertainment is more than half had been in control by the anti kristu, anti-christ here does not play directly but through his followers are running an agenda that's been made by thousands and thousands of anti-christ of years so its conclusions are not an artist that plays sentiment was also really do not know and he just made ​​it a doll or artias denganancaman popularity forced him down if it does not play what's in the video

Wooooooow. I mean really. I had to keep diverting my eyes for a minute because the imagery does have a hypnotizing effect. Scary.

But just need to know whats the purpose of displaying those symbols? Does it have any affect on the viewer? Kindly let me know

it have a significant affect on the viewer.it designs his or her thinking.and way of doing things.reactions and every act of your life.

Hi,

I've been visiting this site on-and-off for the last several months. I'm not entirely sold on this whole Illuminati thing, but I do agree that there's a LOT of creepiness in the music industry these days.

I'd like to request an article on another J-Pop singer, Namie Amuro – her latest tour DVD features checkerboards/chessboards aplenty (yes, her latest album was chess-themed, but you never know…), plus she throws the 666 sign during the "ROCK YOU" performance. She's been my fave artist for the past few years, but if this Illuminati stuff is true and she's involved, that may have to change…

Looking forward to your future works!

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It used to be all nicely concealed by a thin blanket…

now..

The following blog explains some of the symbols in this song.

http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/rocket_bus_company/65343

God, she's just 18. This is utterly creepy… but also weirdly cute and… I don't know, this is just weird, very weird, I don't think I'll ever understand fully what I just watched.

A Japanese blogger said Ponponpon song has some subliminal message. When you reverse some part of the song can be heard "Die, die die" in Japanese.

My bf came in and started playing it over and over, dancing to it even. (sigh) I am still going to point out the symbolism to him. I don't want this song stuck in my head. So annoying! Yea, he downloaded it….

Pillars, lighthouses, pyramids, eyes EVERYWHERE… Gracious, what a mess of symbolism! It's almost too much to take in. But I guess it's not supposed to be conciously "taken in" but rather subconciously. And the song! My ears are still ringing, I don't have a clue what she was singing about, but for some reason I want to sing it too. Now that's creepy for you!

umm people need to understand she's not a children's entertainer AT ALL.

i don't think half of you even know what she was doing before. plus japan is on a different level of "weirdness".

i don't deny that there is symbolism but get your facts right first 🙁

But…. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is not a kids performer. Her audience is mostly adults.

She has two wigs and two crowns… representing a mind fractured into multiple alter-ego's. The eyelashes i.e. on her hat could represent imaginary eyes, portals to her multiple ego's. the multiple ego's, of course, resulting from her having undergone occultist mindcontrol. That's why she's so filled up with esoteric symbols. This would be in her head. Or heads…

I find the lions 'turning into' faggy pink foxes quite androgenous.

Maybe she thinks it's about eyelashes but the people that made this video know what they're doing and know the real meaning.

Is it just me or did anyone else notice that she looks like she isnt even enjoying herself in the video. Her dancing, etc just looks like she is miserable and is doing what "they" are making her do….can it get any more blatantly obvious?!

*vomit* makes me want to buy a year supply of tampons and go out into the wilderness away from these FREAKS. Nothing as Holy as mother nature.

I wouldn't read more into the video than what is already there… the imagery it contains is quite clear, and no further examination is needed.

Quite frankly, I could barely stand to even watch it… not because of the imagery itself, but because the video is so flamboyant and hyperactive as to nearly induce a seizure.

Isin't she the model of Koji Dolly Wink brand? They do all lash stuff, fake lashes, liners, mascaras etc… maybe that explains why this song is about lashes.

I'm used to listen to childish sounding japanese music but these symbols are creepy. I got to say, the girl don't look very happy to me, the way she smiles feels so forced… normally people look more at ease when smiling.

I really don't want Japan to be infused with this horrible stuff, especially taking great independent bands to big record labels to use them as propaganda. It's the death of art.

I thought ponponpon was catchy as f… and started to like her, but then i saw this video on youtube and lost all respect for her. The eyeballs in ponponpon video i also disturbing.

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