Kat Von D's wedding with Rafael Reyes was described as a "breathtaking goth wonderland" by magazines. But there was much more to it: It was a blatant ritual drenched in the symbolism of the occult elite.
Kat Von D's wedding with Rafael Reyes was, in many ways, rather conventional: It took place in a reception hall, there were wedding vows, a huge wedding dress, elaborate flower arrangements, and, of course, a massive cake. In short, it had all of the things people love to read about in celeb gossip magazines ... And that wedding was heavily featured in all of them.
However, there's one obvious detail that nearly every magazine conveniently forgot to mention: It was a deeply satanic affair. Indeed, the wedding prominently featured the symbolism and the color codes of occult elite rituals - exactly as described on this site for years. It was more than a wedding: It was an occult celebration.
Let's look at the pics.
Nowadays, no wedding is complete without an Instagram-worthy invitation. Kat Von D's invitation was posted on Instagram by a friend who dubbed it "the most epic wedding invitation known to mankind".
In case you didn't know, the inverted cross is the main symbol of satanism. If you're about to say: "No, the inverted cross is not satanic, it is the cross of St-Peter, I've read that on Wikipedia". Stop right now. Because you're wrong. In this context, it clearly means satanism.
If you still do not believe that all of this is satanic, simply look at Rafael Reyes' music as part of the duo Prayers. His artist name is Leafar Seyer which is his name in reverse. Classic satanic inversion.
In his single Edge of the Blade, he sings lines such as:
"Sleeping with the devil just to pay my rent"
Reyes is also all about the pansexual, gender-bending agenda that's been going on. In his song One 9 One 3, he sings:
"I'm f*cking your girlfriend and I'm wearing her lipstick..." "I'm f*cking your girlfriend while she's painting my nails..."
The couple received this gift prior to the wedding:
Kat Von D's dress was 100% blood red with absolutely no other color. She also was wearing "custom-made bridal horns" - a continuation of the obviously satanic theme. The dress was created by Majesty Black, a designer who is no stranger to occult symbolism.
Kat Von D's dress and shoes were embroiled with the "bloodline sigil" of Kat and Reyes.
Sigils are used in magick rituals.
"A sigil is a symbol used in magic. The term has usually referred to a type of pictorial signature of a demon or other entity; in modern usage, especially in the context of chaos magic, it refers to a symbolic representation of the magician's desired outcome."
- Wikipedia, "SigiL"
There were also performers that were dressed in all-red latex.
The wedding took place at the swanky Beverly Hills Hotel in California, a mythical place with a rich history. Established in 1912, the hotel has been, for over a century, a hotspot of Hollywood celebrities. In 1976, the hotel was featured on the cover art of the Eagles' album Hotel California.
The song Hotel California has been long rumored to be about satanism in Hollywood. Even the inside of the album cover was the subject of various theories involving Anton Lavey, the founder of the Church of Satan (this subject would require an entire article).
The venue featured an "angelic white" reception space.
Like in the ritualistic videos analyzed on this site, white (representing virginal purity) leads to red (sacrifice).
The "ceremony room" was all blood red.
The fact that there were skulls everywhere made this event a celebration of the elite's death culture. Also, all of the guests had to wear only black ... as if this was a funeral.
So, yes, this was more than a wedding. It was a ritual.
The Kat Von D wedding was all about the symbol of the inverted cross, the color red (representing blood sacrifice) and black (representing completed initiation and death). Coincidentally enough, the wedding happened on June 2nd and kicked off a grim week punctuated with the shocking deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade. Spade was found hanging from ... a red scarf.
Does the wedding mean that Kat Von D has been further initiated into the occult elite's system? Keep an eye on the symbolism she puts out and you'll have your answer.
I guess we have our answer.