In this edition of SPOTM: More proof that the occult elite is blatantly showcasing its tight control of the entertainment industry, the fashion world and, of course, big business.
In the summer issue of Dazed magazine is an interesting photoshoot entitled Season of the Witch. It combines “fashion” (look at what she is wearing) with images from works about occultism, witchcraft and ceremonial magick. More telling is this new trend pushed by mass media: Associating witchcraft with “female empowerment”. Indeed, the text under the title states: “To reclaim the word witch is to reclaim our right as women to be powerful. Tracing sex, magick, and symbolism of female power distilled”.
Next to this model (who has a “please kill me” look on her face) are diagrams taken from various occult works. The article accompanying the photoshoot is basically an infomercial for witchcraft, selling it as a tool for female empowerment. Not unlike Beyoncé’s Lemonade, “empowerment” is intertwined with the occult elite’s philosophy (without actually revealing any of it). The article contains sentences such as: “The independence of women is the great strength of witchcraft”, “I feel like the witch is relevant because women are still mistreated” and “They were powerful women and there’s nothing more scary to a patriarchy than that”.
Standing in front of a full moon (prime time for ritual magick), the model wears the drapes of her mom’s living room. The article describes the occult symbolism as “badass” without going any further. Too bad they do not mention that dabbling with practices such as Black magick, spirit invocation, possession and necromancy can lead to the exact opposite of “empowerment”. As Manly P. Hall stated: “True black magic is performed with the aid of a demoniacal spirit, who serves the sorcerer for the length of his earthly life, with the understanding that after death the magician shall become the servant of his own demon. For this reason a black magician will go to inconceivable ends to prolong his physical life, since there is nothing for him beyond the grave. A man will barter his eternal soul for temporal power, and down through the ages a mysterious process has been evolved which actually enables him to make this exchange. In its various branches the black art includes nearly all forms of ceremonial magic, necromancy, witchcraft, sorcery, and vampirism.”
As usual, the One-Eye sign has been prominently displayed around the world on magazine covers in the past month. This is the cover of Bazaar Netherlands.
Justin Bieber (with his eternal “please don’t hit me” look) hides on eye on the cover of HED. On the shadow cast on his eyes is written “Justin, the comeback king”. “They” don’t let you do a comeback unless you’re a slave to their system. I.e.: One-Eye sign.
The cover of the May edition of Playboy features a big, fat One-Eye sign. The last cover of Playboy was featured on SPOTM because of its pedophile tendencies. The “new” Playboy is all about that Agenda.
Queen Elizabeth II on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine with an egg yolk covering one eye. Is this “punk”? Or a mainstream magazine telling you what the Queen is truly about?
The One-Eye sign is increasingly featured on a disturbing amount of movie posters. This is a poster for Doctor Strange.
This is another poster for Doctor Strange.
The movie Criminal is about a convict who is implanted with a dead CIA agent’s memories to finish an assignment. This MKULTRA-inspired plot is promoted by, of course, a One-Eye sign.
Two dudes. One eye. Warcraft.
The poster of the movie High Rise features one eye at the apex of a triangle. More of the elite’s symbolism right in your face.
As usual, a bunch of stars did the One-Eye sign to remind you that they’re slaves. This is Kylie Jenner in Paper Magazine.
Ian Connor on the cover of Exit.
Iris Apfel is a “American businesswoman, interior designer, and fashion icon” … who works for the occult elite.
Heidi Klum with a very practical one-eyed hat.
This pic is from the Elie Saab Bridal collection. The model is saying “Oui” (yes) with the One-Eye sign. Is she getting married to someone … or the occult elite?
Taylor Swift hides one-eye with a bottle of Coke that says “We never go out of style”. I think “They” are trying to tell us something. Interestingly enough, the video of the song that was quoted is full of MK imagery (read my article about it here).
In conclusion, here are random ads from Europe featuring an unnecessary One-Eye sign proving that “They” want their symbolism to be everywhere.