Bratz Dolls in Illuminati Masquerade Ball

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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.

[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!

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

Seriously u "christians" on dis site r ridiculous! I mean I thot dis was an open site where open minded people com to express their views on issues. Instead all am seeing is a bunch of judgemental Jesus-freaks trying to impose their very one-sided opinions on others. I dnt even think VC is christian for dat matter. At least he never claims any religion is jst and fair and all dat. He's jst pointing things out as he sees them. In d end d articles are about general problems and not necessarily things dat hav to do with religion. Open ur minds people and stop behaving like d Pharisees in d bible who believed their way was rite and killed an innocent man to prove a point!

I know it's very fashionable right now to be hatin' on Christians and everything, but you have to understand that He is the most powerful weapon against the Ills. that we've got. When He came 2,000 yrs. ago, people were forced to worship these demons/gods by whichever govt. controlled their lands. This included slaughtering animals, reading the entrails or (literally) bathing themselves in the blood; "sacred" prostitution (state-sponsored sexual slavery); roving bands of Bacchus worshipers would drag people into the forest where they would r**e, maim or even tear them limb from limb in a drug fueled frenzy; in some nations people would (again, literally) throw their children into a pit of fire. All this stuff was NORMAL. If you didn't take part, you could be punished by the state, with fines, imprisonment, exile or death. Even the Jews were sneaking in offerings to other local deities, "just in case."… Read more »

you're very versed in your knowledge. I love how you've recognized the power that Christ held. But one thing though….the word of God says that he is the only way that we can be saved. Jesus himself stated that he is the way, the TRUTH and the life.. no one can come to the Father except through him….so that's where the power came from..he was God himself in the flesh. Which is hard for so many to understand and believe. But confessing your sins and not just believing in him but living FOR him can do so many wonders for us while we live in this evil world.

Um, actually VC makes it perfectly clear in black and white that he's a Christian on his "Ask VC" page. While the website is objective and could be written by a non-Christian just the same, VC makes it clear to all where he stands.

I like and agree with your opinion, but you should improve the spelling of some words in order to reach more people.

Still, I hear you! Thumbs up!

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

this is freaking sad as s**t. i wanted to cry.

Why would you ever promote a toy by saying that it's "sexy"? That just makes it sound as if a p*******e came up with it and is just waiting for young girls to turn into these slutty characters. Although barbie is a neo nazi dream, at least she wasn't this hypersexualized. I always hated being called a brat when I was younger and now people actually are buying things that emulate what a "brat" is??? Sick

MGA doesn't promote the dolls as being "sexy" – the haters seem to have that covered…

I grew up playing with Bratz dolls and I am quite the opposite of a narcissistic and promiscuous person. The reason I liked these dolls at the time was because of their differentiation from the iconic all-loving blonde American stereotype that was Barbie.

In my opinion, it's all down to the person.

Kids can still play with dolls and read a book on political philosophy or just go for a bike ride instead. Only people with narrow minds will grow up to be superficial and conceited in the long run. I just think the creator of Bratz sold out as a way of redeeming their product on the market after the lawsuit that Matel pushed on them. Not the best choice in all honesty.

….reminds me a lot of "the Phantom of the Opera" were they also have a masquerade. Plus the Phantom has his face half covered. And he is called "Angel of music" which reminds me of what Lucifer was before he lost his job…..VC, have you done reseach on this movie yet? would interest me 🙂

I haven't laughed so hard in ages!!!!

'When Lucifer lost his job.'

hahahahahaha

I always wondered where their hands are…

I saw a Dora the Explorer book where boots was using the one eye symbolism. I am terribly scared for the children living in these times.

Oh wow that is just sick and SAD!!

Here's the Dr. Phil video I mentioned in my last post: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyk10zJuQNw

I just checked out the clip from the Dr. Phil show. I think it's funny how the "pro-bratz doll" mom was trying to accuse the "anti-bratz" mom of being shallow and judgmental, like it's wrong to call a hoochie a hoochie, like, just because she's dressed like one! ;P You could tell that the women who were dressed in the real-life versions of the dolls' outfits were uncomfortable–they didn't even show the whole lengths of the photos. And from what little they did show, those appeared to be the least flashy and skimpy of the outfits that they could have picked. Urban Myth Check: Is it true that the dolls in Mexico and Europe are more "anatomically correct" than our neuter ones here in the US? If that were true then the bratz could have a full-on "red-light district" playset. And I bet that dumb mom on Dr. Phil would… Read more »

I have seen the clip, and none of the outfits they dressed the women in were even based on actual Bratz outfits. Just more whiny soccer-moms who think a doll wearing a realistic teenaged outfit will somehow turn their daughters into "s***s". Bratz have been around for more than 10 years. That means there are college-aged people who played with Bratz as children – are ALL of them s***s? No. The smarter, pro-Bratz mom was absolutely correct in calling the anti-Bratz mom shallow and judgemental. Wearing a mini skirt doesn't make you a s**t, that should be common knowledge – Grow up!

As for your urban legend, complete BS. Where did you even hear such a thing?!

Sorry looks like the first post didn't work, basically I had said that there was n episode of Dr. Phil (the one I linked above) where they were discussing how Bratz dolls influence kids, and they even made some life-size Bratz outfits and put them on adults to show how they would look in a real life setting.

Holy crap! I saw no less than 12 (!) signs of MK in at commercial.

the red head witch one kind of looks like Florence Welch (Florence + the Machine)

I want the one with white hair!!

As a longtime reader, I must say that this is the first time I've ever truly disagreed with an article on this website. This line was created (as Melvin said above) in response to the enormous demand for a new Halloween line after they didn't release one in 2010. While Masquerade Balls may have originated within the Illuminati, they've since evolved into just another costume party theme, which is what MGA was aiming for in this collection. As for the masonic flooring in the group picture, it's purely coincidental. The set itself is based on a medieval-style ballroom, which checkerboard flooring is associated with (And despite the symbolic meaning of this flooring, MGA did not include it specifically to push any agenda). The artwork where Sasha is covering one eye is because one of the gimmicks of the line is that each doll comes with her face partially covered by… Read more »

My opinion about Bratz was made up years ago when an aquaintance of mine had a Baby Bratz doll for his daughter. The "Baby" Bratz was wearing a black see through thong…

So I never bought anything Bratz for my daughter and I taught her that they do not represent good things.

Every year our village does a christmas party and Santa gives a gift to every child in the village. Imagine my "delight" when my daughter received the masquerade witch Bratz featured in the video. I felt bad about taking the doll away from her even though I was not a happy camper on the inside. Luckily Karma and cheap manufacturing came through for me. In the same evening she started to fall apart and lost her legs and I had the perfect excuse to get rid of the awful thing. 🙂

Christmas and Karma mentioned in the same paragraph? What religion ARE you? Or is Karma your daughter's name?

You are a grumpy old man Mr VC? If I didn't know better, I'd think you were just fishing for compliments. But then again you're aware that you're the eternal young person ever. 😉

Have a happy new year.

While I find the dolls themselves creepy, (and the Monster High ones outrageously so) I can't help but feel more alarmed by the option for the girls to go online, to some site that the parents may or may not be previewing, and be introduced/indoctrinated to further programming themes and triggers. It's just another way for these f@ers to sneak into your house and steal your children. It does seem to be getting more difficult to filter out the bad stuff. I have to check and double check the cartoons, the commercials, the songs on the radio, the ingredients, the design motifs, (skulls and bones, lightening bolts and pentagrams are all over kids clothes, shoes, accessories) and yes, the toys. At least we have a fresh reminder about the websites. Pirates, dragons, robots, witches/wizards, good guys who look/act like bad guys and bad guys who are supposedly secretly good guys.… Read more »

Absolutely vile that they would promote these things to young girls who then crave to want the new up coming and fashionable doll. What happen to the likes of Cabbage Batch dolls, they might of been ugly looking things but at least they didn't promote a sexual agenda to young girls, but hey that is just what I feel about it all.

i commented on this YT video and they won't approve my comment. cowards.

In the picture with the dancing vampires, the constellation Orion can be seen in the opening on the left.

The star Meissa is at the top of opening, Betelgeuse is a bit lower left.

Orion's Belt are the 3 stars below them running diagonally up left to right.

The constellation of Orion and especially its Belt are very important in occult and mystic circles (pun intended). The pyramids of Egypt are aligned with the Belt up in the sky.

With all our modern night lights, we have lost touch with the dark night sky. Do what you can to regain that touch.

Orion does also have a wonderful positive story behind it, you should try to see both "sides of the coin".

Vigilant, you ought to also take a look at La La Loopsy dolls. To me, they look like they are supposed to be dead with their big, black, button eyes with x's on them. (Supposed to be the thread holding the buttons on.) Also, their inward pointed toes and scanty dress also suggest that they are supposed to be "sexy". Sex, mind control symbolism, and death. Great combo for a kid's toy. NOT.

I never heard of them, so I just googled them. The button eyes remind me of that movie Coraline. I thought about the saying 'the eyes are a mirror to your soul.' In Coraline if she sacrificed her old life and tore out her real eyes (probably not allowing herself to deal with reality too) she could remain in the other world, only to realize it was filled with deceit and traps. On a lighter note, as a child of the 80's these look loosely based off of Rainbow Brite (much better quality, had yarn hair like cabbage patch kids) but were about the same size as loopsy and Rainbow Brite and friends had little friends called 'sprites' I think. Indigo was also the only black doll in the series…as I am now just older and the past few years I've been thinking "things aren't what they used to be.'… Read more »

Bratz Masquerade was made as a replacement line for the 'Costume Party' line. When Bratz came back in the business the fans had a boat load of demands. Demands included several things like more creative collection names, and clothes. The Illuminati has nothing to do with this at all. None of the accessories have anything to do with mind control either. Instead of the title being "Bratz Dolls in Illuminati" I think you should title it about how they dress. According to this article your talking way too much about their outfits and "controversy" that it doesn't even piece together.

These overpriced toys are marketed towards young children. Not only is the sexualisation of the product range completely inappropriate, but, as 'creative' as they may be, these dolls will not enhance the children's creativity and imagination. Children need to be given a chance to play and invent scenarios. They don't need to be told every detail, especially when these details are totally age-inappropriate.

There is clear illuminati symbolism here, which is unsurprising, as Bratz is part of corporate/consumer culture. However, a lack of illuminati symbolism doesn't automatically make something beneficial or humanly acceptable.

There are currently 2 dolls like this in my house. They do not belong to my girls, they are new christmas gifts that the little girl I babysit and my niece received. Ones a Monster High doll (it belongs to the 4 year old) and the other is a bratz doll and they are creepy. The 4-year-old also knows the words to the new chipmunks movie songs and she is shaking her rear singing something about 'wacking at my tail…wacking at my tail, if you like it them you better put a ring on it'. I asked her if she saw the movie and she said, "no, i saw the commercial"

Also, if you look at the bratz books all they talk about is buying things and if some boy is going to like them.

the funny thing is, I liked Bratz more than Barbie coz it was more multi-racial, but now the illuminati's in all of them and they've changed all the girls, all the dolls are as bad as each other -_____- thank God I've passed that stage, even though I only really liked the movies, I hated the dolls and used to rip their limbs apart….

0:28 the eye of Horus..wow everthing but the kitchen sink and the white rabbit

Even though this is kind of off-topic, the egyptian bratz doll sparked some questions in me.. I have egyptian friends, who are either muslims or coptic christians. Islam is the number one religion in Egypt, and there are a lot of christians and jews from there too. So what happened to all those people who worship Ra? Do you think some of these egyptians actually had ancestors who were part of pagan religions?
By the way, one proof that Beyonce and Jay-Z are part of this ‘group’ is when I was watching one of her interviews with Peirce Morgan. She said during her year off, she went to visit Egypt, and seemed to stress on it (even though according to her autobiography-video, she traveled to other places, but she only mentioned Egypt)

I do not like Bratz. My niece wanted a bratz doll years ago and I had to search several of them before I found one that was halfway decently dress–that’s not saying much. I grew up with Barbie and Barbie is more like my little pony and friends compared to Bratz. As children we knew that Barbie was a toy but in a way grown up (like Barbie’s Hart family with twins), skipper the teenager and we would actually make additional clothes ourselves if we didn’t like what the dolls were wearing. Anyhow, I think this is ridiculous between that K-pop stuff you write about and Alice and Wonderland themes, they’re trying to mesmerize (hypnotize) the youth with indoctrination so they’ll think it’s normal. The Lost generations…So wrong.