In this edition of SPOTM: The Lollapalooza festival, Rhianna, Dita von Teese and more proof that mass media is all about indoctrinating people with a carefully planned out agenda.
In the 1990’s, Lollapalooza was a major music festival that featured the biggest names in alternative rock. After being accused of losing its “alternative soul”, the tour died in 1998. In 2004, it was revived and retooled to become an international ‘weekend destination festival’. Back in 1993, record producer Steve Albini said:
“Lollapalooza is the worst example of corporate encroachment into what is supposed to be the underground. It is just a large scale marketing of bands that pretend to be alternative but are in reality just another facet of the mass cultural exploitation scheme.”
He said that back in 1993. I can’t even imagine what he must be thinking now. A simple look at the promotional material of the festival reveals that it is a super-corporate event that is deeply infected with the occult elite’s mindset.
In this ad, you get a nice glimpse into what Lollapalooza is about. A girl is doing the one-eye sign while sticking out a lizard-like tongue; A guy trying hard to be the devil … and a whole lot of corporate sponsors.
Another girl doing the one-eye sign. Also, a guy who appears to be a robot. In short, the target market.
Nothing says “rebellious” like a RFID wristband connected to your credit card! Organizers of the show (in cooperation with major banks) want the young guests to walk around with RFID chips on their wrists to pay for stuff … and possibly be tracked … like lab rats.
That’s on the website promoting that RFID thing. A hand doing the devil’s horns sign while the RFID chip is emitting all kinds of signals.
As usual, the one-eye sign popped up everywhere around the world last month, often in places that symbolically tell you “We own the entire industry” such as the cover of magazines.
Chantal Jensen is a leading lady of Dutch television. She recently launched a new magazine and the cover is basically a big tribute to the one-eye sign. The eye on her shirt is there to make sure you 100% understand that this is all about the one-eye sign and nothing else.
Another European magazine cover, another fat one-eye sign. “Donna Moderna” means “modern woman” in Italian. Hiding one eye is very modern.
Basic magazine is into basic Illuminati imagery. This is Dita Von Teese with one eye hidden.
Dita Von Teese doing it again to sell expensive gloves.
Rihanna has been doing it for years. Her entire career has revolved around her looking pissed and hiding one eye. In this ad, she is selling some expensive jewelry. She still needs to let us know who owns all of this.
Future is becoming a big star. Therefore, he needs to hide one eye in Billboard magazine.
I never watched Pretty Little Liars so I assume it is about pretty girls who keep telling lies. Whatever the case may be, the ad promoting the new season is one big Illuminati tribute. Most of the girls have one eye hidden. The other eye is strategically placed at the top of a triangle.
Conchita Wurst is a pop singer who famously won the Eurovision Song Contest. More importantly, Wurst is a face of the “blurring of the genders” agenda that has been going on in the past years. Conchita wants to be a woman but she also keeps a beard to make sure things are as confusing and unnatural as possible. Anyways, a wax statue was made to celebrate “the Queen of Austria” and this is what Conchita posted on social media.
This older picture, with the antlers strategically placed on Conchita’s head, highlight the link between the elite’s obsession with androgyny and Baphomet.
Speaking of androgyny and its disproportionate prevalence in mass media across the world, introducing Acrush. It is a boyband from China that is being celebrated across the world. Are they being celebrated because of their great music? Heck no. Nobody cares about the music in the music industry! It is about the agenda they were custom-made to pander to.
Acrush is the hottest boyband in China. And it is made out of girls who look like boys. They are being promoted as a “gender neutral, androgynous, non-binary band”. There are so many things that annoy me about this band that I could write a book about it. But I’ll give you the short version: The band was artificially put together by a sleazy promoter who creates crappy boy bands. They’re pushing that whole “no gender” thing because they know mass media will be nearly forced to be “in awe of their courage” or something. Also isn’t putting together five girls dressed like boys to sing in a band basically exploiting them for a cheap gimmick?
Take That is a boy-band made of actual boys (well, men in their late forties). Their latest album appears to be heavily influenced by MK imagery. On the album cover, the band members are covered with butterflies, a symbol representing Monarch mind control. One might brush of this symbol as a coincidence, but the name of their album is Wonderland – as in Alice in Wonderland – the main programming script used in Monarch programming.
Although he left the group years ago, Robbie Williams has also been a poster boy for Monarch programming. In this pic, he is covered in butterflies and a feline (representing sex kitten programming) is strategically placed on his crotch.
Robbie Williams’ 2009 video “You Know Me” was also about Alice in Wonderland. In this scene white rabbits stand on a dualistic floor while some of them do the one-eye sign.
Speaking of Monarch programming, the cover of Stephen King’s upcoming novel “Sleeping Beauties” features a perfect symbolic representation of mind control. The butterfly replacing the girl’s head represents MK programming taking over the subject’s mind. The book is said to “take place in a women’s prison in West Virginia during a strange mystical occurrence that causes all the women in the world to fall asleep”. Will there be MK elements in that book? All signs point to YUP.
This is an ad for the new season of Agents of Shield. On top it says: “Hail the New World Order”. Can’t really be more blatant than that.
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