Spearheaded by the elite’s favorite stylist Bea Akerlund, Ikea’s new ad campaign is a blatant display of the occult elite’s symbolism.
Furniture mammoth Ikea hired Bea Akerlund, the industry’s most prominent stylist, to create a line of cheap, useless objects. And the ad campaign surrounding these cheap, useless objects is 100% based on the most horrific project known to man: Monarch Programming. Makes sense, right?
Simply by looking at the image at the top of this article, most readers VC probably identified the clear, unmistakable reference to Monarch programming. And there is much more. But the people at Ikea could not expect anything else by hiring Bea Akerlund. Indeed, she and her husband – influential video director Jonas Akerlund – have been shaping pop culture and infusing it with the elite’s imagery for years. And that is not an overstatement.
Bae AkerlundOne of the countless symbolic pics found on Bea Akerlund’s Instagram account.
The work of Bea Akerlund is everywhere and has been featured several times on The Vigilant Citizen. She worked Lady Gaga’s Paparazzi, Britanny Spears’ Hold it Against Me and Work B*tch, Beyoncé’s Lemonade and countless others – often with her husband Jonas Akerlund acting as the video director. Bea is also behind Madonna’s very occult 2012 Superbowl performance.
Each article linked above provides tons of examples of the Akerlund’s focus on occult-elite, MKULTRA symbolism. However, it is with lesser known acts that the true, unfiltered spirit of the Akerlunds shines through.
Not only do the Akerlunds shape the visual imagery surrounding the world’s biggest pop stars, they also create ad campaigns for the world’s biggest corporations such as H&M, Virgin Mobile, Adidas, Citroen, Dell, McDonald’s, Panasonic, Puma, Miller Light, Nike, 7-Up, BMW, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Visa Business Card.
The latest mega-corporation on the list: Ikea.
The ad campaign promoting the Omeldebar collection mixes hypnotic patterns with circus-fanfare music that screams: “I am losing my mind”. And, right from the beginning, there is no doubt that we’re in Monarch Programming territory.
The ad then references another Monarch Programming staple: Alice in Wonderland.
In Alice in Wonderland, Alice follows the white rabbit through the looking glass into a non-sensical, confusing world where anything can happen. In Monarch Programming, Wonderland represents the slave’s dissociated state which is fully controlled by the handler.
“The White Rabbit is a programming figure for Alice In Wonderland Programming who will allow you to go to otherwise inaccessible places for adventure. He represents the master. The White Rabbit is an important figure to the slave.”
– Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave
The next scene confirms that this is all about Monarch programming and nothing else.
Then, things go deeper into the murky world of MK.
The above screenshot is significant for another reason: It is a recreation of paintings made an actual Monarch mind control survivor: Kim Noble.
In the first painting, the girl holds a rose in her hands. In the second, the girl is crying and the rose is on the ground, destroyed. This can represent the slave after being “deflowered” by her handler.
Yes, you are still reading an article about an Ikea commercial. Did you expect things to get so dark? Well, this is the world we live in now. This is what is being promoted all over mass media now.
The fact that Bea and Jonas Akerlund are given lucrative contracts by the world’s largest companies should come as a no surprise. They are the elite’s favorite image makers. Everything they do is permeated with the elite’s sick obsessions: Mind control, ritual abuse, satanism mixed with “style” and “glamour”.
They’ve shaped the images of the world’s most influential stars such as Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Britney Spears and countless others. They’re a major reason why pop culture is now a pool of homogeneity where all “artists” end up displaying the same symbolism. Personal style and visual imagery used to be a way for artists to express their individuality, their rebellious nature and their unique world outlook. Now, “style” and “fashion” are a uniform indicating submission to the elite’s agenda. And, now, they’re selling that uniform to you.