The K-Pop group Ladies’ Code was hit with tragedy in 2014 when two of the five members of the group lost their lives in a car accident. “Galaxy”, the first video made with the remaining three members, is rather strange …because it is all about celebrating the number three.
K-Pop (Korean Pop) is basically the result of the occult elite implementing its twisted music industry agenda in Asia, complete with its symbolism, obsession with mind control and even dark rituals. Behind this is a particularly exploitative entertainment industry, one that is riddled with accusations of mental, physical and sexual abuse. In 2009, a Korean actress even revealed that she was being used as a sex slave (and then she committed suicide).
While there is no shortage of Illuminati-laced content in K-Pop (see my previous articles on the subject), the case of Ladies’ Code is particularly dark and enigmatic. The video that preceded the death of members RiSe and EunB was astonishingly prophetic, while the video following the tragedy is eerily celebratory. Let’s look at the strange course of the group and the symbolic meaning of the new video, Galaxy, by Ladies’ Code.
In my first article about Ladies’ Code (written one year before the fatal car accident), I explained how the video Hate You was a non-stop compilation of mind control symbolism. The video indeed portrayed the group members as MK slaves using classic Monarch mind control symbolism. Here are some examples.
On September 3, 2014, the group was involved in a violent car accident that took the lives of members RiSe and EunB.
The accident occurred right after the group released the single Kiss Kiss. And, as I explained in my article Was the Death of K-POP Stars EunB and RiSe Foreshadowed in Their Last Video?, that video was strangely prophetic (I also explain the mysterious circumstances surrounding the accident).
One could argue that these predictions are actually the result of an unfortunate coincidence. While this is possible, Galaxy, the comeback video of the remaining three members, only adds to the creepiness.
After the death of EunB and RiSe, the group became a trio – a group with 3 members. Coincidentally, the first album released by that trio is all about the number 3. The 3-theme begins with the name of the album, Myst3ry and the album contains 3 songs.
The first video for the album, Galaxy, focuses on the number 3 even more heavily, and the result is rather disturbing. The video features the remaining three members of the group – looking rather depressed – in a variety of scenes that keep reminding them that two of them are dead and that there are only three of them left. It is as if the group’s handlers are mockingly placing them in symbolic scenes celebrating the death of their friends.
One could argue that the girls are expressing, in their own artistic way, their grief and whatnot. K-Pop (and most pop music) however does not work that way. Artists have little to no say on the contents of their work. They perform what they are told to perform and that’s about it.
Not unlike the group’s previous videos, there is a strange, unhealthy vibe going on.
Right from the start, we see the girls forced to face the fact that there are only three of them left. The triangular board game invokes the idea that there is no space for anybody else.
To make sure you understand that Galaxy is about Illuminati symbolism, the video features two clear One-Eye signs.
The rest of the video is centered around showing objects in groups of three – including the singers themselves.
There are many other occurrences of the number three throughout the video. One, in particular, is rather disturbing.
Throughout the video, the girls are waiting for a call from a phone that can only dial the number 3.
The fact that the phone can only dial one number is an apt representation of the living conditions of industry slaves. Cut off from the world, these artists are thoroughly managed by their handlers, who exploit them to exhaustion and force them to perform in videos depicting their own servitude. Who can these slaves call when they need help? The number 3 and that’s about it.
When the phone finally rings, the girls pick up and then leave swiftly. Maybe their handlers called them.
After releasing the videos Hate You (about Monarch mind control) and Kiss Kiss (foretelling the death of two of the group’s members), Ladies’ Code made a perplexing comeback with Galaxy. Simply considering the fact that there are three members left in the group because two of them died, celebrating the number 3 is more than mildly chilling. This feeling is amplified when one understands the mentality of the occult elite ruling the industry, who is bent on rituals, numerology, symbolism, mind control, and the power of sacrifice.
In a veiled and symbolic matter, the occult elite reveals their dark deeds, gloating about the fact that nobody is even trying to stop them. Ladies’ Code embodies and displays all of the elite’s obsessions so blatantly, they should be renamed … “Elite’s Code”.