J-Pop is a force to be reckoned with in Asia and, like all major musical markets, it is not exempt from the occult elite’s Agenda. Perfume’s “Pick Me Up” is all about Illuminati symbolism and the elite’s favorite theme: Portraying artists as mind controlled slaves.
In the span of a few years, I published several articles on K-Pop (Korean pop) and J-Pop (Japanese pop) music videos as they are intensively used to propagate the elite Agenda in Asia. Perfume is a Japanese girl-band that has been pushing that Agenda for years (I wrote about how they were all about that one-eye sign in 2011 and about how they promoted transhumanism in 2012). Perfume is now back and is more blatant and ever. Pick Me Up has indeed all of the elements of a typical Illuminati narrative and, as usual, they are concealed behind a fake premise.
For the unsuspecting viewer, the video of Pick Me Up appears to be about a timeless philosophical theme … shopping. The video indeed begins with the girls walking around while holding shopping bags and whatnot. Then, things get weird. While most YouTube comments say “Wow, that was so creative”, the truth is that there’s nothing creative about Pick Me Up. It is yet another video as portraying pop stars mind controlled slaves who are coerced into saluting their oppressors. (If you never heard of Monarch mind control, read this first).
Let’s look at the video.
Pick Me Up
As stated above, the video begins with the members of Perfume walking in Tokyo at exactly 23:59 pm. Something is about to change – a brand new day is literally upon them. As they walk by a clothing store with male mannequins on display, we realize that the mannequins are actually alive and are creepily watching the girls.
The girls then see strange things happening around them. They are then lifted from the ground.
The above scene represents the girls in the process of dissociating from reality. MK slaves in a state of dissociation are said to feel weightlessness as if floating on air. The hypnotic pattern in the background highlights the fact that this is a psychological process happening in their heads.
The girls then find themselves in an alternate world – which represents their psyche in a state of dissociation. There, we see Perfume posing as lifeless mannequins, trapped behind an invisible window.
During their stay in the world of dissociation, we see several images representing their state of Illuminati slaves.
This, of course, is a reference to the ultimate Illuminati symbol, the All-Seeing eye inside a triangle.
We also see images relating to the mental state of MK slaves.
Escher’s gift for creating images that confuse the brain have been exploited by MK handlers to program MK slaves.
“The art work of the European artist M.C. Escher is exceptionally well suited for programming purposes. For instance, in his 1947 drawing “Another World”, the rear plane in the center serves as a wall in relation to the horizon, a floor in connection with the view through the top opening and a ceiling in regards to the view up towards the starry sky. Reversals, mirror images, illusion, and many other qualities appear in Escher’s art work which make all 76 of his major works excellent for programming.”
– Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave
After dwelling in the world of dissociation for a while, the girls complete their programming and their alter-persona gets activated.
The core and the alter persona run together in order to escape creepy mannequins dressed as shady men.
Seeing that the mannequin-men are closing in on them, the core and alter personas have no choice but to jump into the void. This symbolically represents the MK handler pushing the slaves towards the completion of the programming.
By jumping into the void with the alter persona, the core completes programming. The activated alter is now a real entity that can be triggered by the handler.
Back in the real world, the girls notice they have new shopping bags. Because … oh right … that video was about shopping.
Perfume’s Pick Me Up is more proof that the repetitive pattern of MK imagery found in music videos is a worldwide phenomenon that transcends musical genres and cultures. It is proof that a single, powerful elite is in control of the music industry across the world and forces its symbolism upon it. This shouldn’t be a surprise as all music labels with distribution means are owned by a handful of mega-conglomerates that control mass media outlets. For instance, Perfume is signed with Universal Music group (the largest music corporation in the world), which is owned by Vivendi SA, one of the five conglomerates controlling the entire entertainment industry.
So, as long as these people are in charge, the music industry will be populated with puppets who have no control over their creations and forced to propagate the elite’s agenda. While there are artists who have the fortitude of resisting to the temptation of “selling out”, there will always be desperate artists who will look up to the music industry giants, begging them one single thing: “Pick me up”.