In this edition of SPOTM: Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and a whole lot of MK-Themed fashion. (I know, I did state last month that the SPOTM series of articles was over. I however realized that I wanted to discuss about a bunch of pics, so there you go).
Taylor Swift’s Grammy performance was one, big, nightmarish tribute to an MK-Ultra favorite: Alice in Wonderland. The music industry apparently never EVER tires of referring to it. In this pic, we see Taylor and the White Rabbit – as in “follow the White Rabbit through the looking glass”, a trigger phrase to encourage dissociation in Mind Control.
The performance featured a whole lot of dualistic black and white patterns – widely used in Mind Control. Here we see a poor guy being tortured on a hypnotic-patterned wheel. MK Galore.
There was also a guy with a one-eye thing going on (at the right of the pic) and a puppet being controlled by a giant “handler”. Yup, MK galore.
Carrie Underwood’s performance ended with a bunch of Monarch butterflies leaving her dress – the ultimate symbol for Monarch Programming. The song she was performing, Blown Away, is about her killing an abusive father – something that can refer to the concepts of trauma-based MK and dissociation. The music video of the song also subtly refers to The Wizard of Oz (an MK programming tool).
Rihanna was all over Grammys this year. Here she is on the February 14th issue of Rolling Stone magazine giving the “one-eyed salute”.
Ed Sheeran sang with Elton John in the Grammys. And here’s a pic of him, doing something he didn’t really need to do.
Justin Timberlake: All over the Grammys. Here’s his new album cover featuring a clever way of displaying the one-eyed sign.
Speaking of which, here’s a commercial for Swarovsky featuring the one-eye sign.
Another ad features a mask, an important symbol of Mind Control.
The fashion set “in 0 sense” features a lot of MK-related symbolism. Even this title page has a bunch of butterflies, which can hint to Monarch programming.
The “models” of the set are actually an amalgamation of many different women ; eyes from one, lips from another, etc.. The result is rather creepy but it somewhat goes perfectly with the theme of Mind Control and its dehumanization techniques…And this girl has Baphomet horns as a hairdo.
In this image, the girl has a typewriter on her chest. If one would type of on it, the letters would hit the model right on her mouth. Is she an MK-slave being told what to say? Also, notice the skulls around or nose missing – symbolizing death and the lost of power. Of course, one of the model’s eyes is hidden.
Another “staple” in MK symbolism is Mickey Mouse ears (a reference to Mickey Mouse programming) and boy are they used in mass media. Here’s Carly Rae Jepsen sporting them.
Former child star Dakota Fanning on the cover of Glamour.
Chloe Moretz in Teen Vogue, wearing Mickey Mouse ears – but not really feeling in a playful mood.
In the same photoshoot, Moretz sports a cap saying “Brainwash” and an All-Seeing Eye, which kind of complements the Mickey Programming reference.
This ad for SHS features a flirty girl being literally mind controlled by a little horned evil guy. That’s a pretty clear reference to Sex Kitten Programming.
There is also a “male” version of the ad, where a young guy appears to be about to prostitute himself to an old(er) woman…And these ads are aimed at young people. Why??
In the movie Les Miserables, the symbol of the All-Seeing Eye (cleverly placed on the sign of an optician) appears in a prominent fashion in the scenes where the revolution was brewing. In some scenes (not pictured here), the eye is actually more prominent than the actors. Considering the fact that the Bavarian Illuminati was an important factor in the French Revolution, the presence of this symbol is rather appropriate and a reminder of what truly went on in those days – for those in the know.
A strange pic posted on Beyonce’s Instagram. It could refer to something as trivial as a bad relationship…or to the very dark side of taking an oath for fame and fortune with the music industry.