Ever since he released his satanic single and his satanic shoes, Lil Nas X has been a fixture at awards shows. And, with every appearance, he proves that he’s really an Industry Baby (that’s actually the name of one of his singles). The 2022 Grammys were no exception.
Before the show, Nas X walked around with an outfit adorned with numerous butterflies, reminding us all that he’s part of the industry’s Monarch system. He’s not wearing butterflies because he thinks they’re pretty. His entire act is replete with butterfly symbolism. And one-eye signs.
The backdrop of his Grammy performance consisted of a giant Lil Nas X head with one side melted down to the skull. It was a great way of displaying the one-eye sign to the 43 people who still watch the Grammys.
Speaking of the one-eye sign, it was still everywhere last month. I simply cannot believe that most people still do not see it.
In this poster promoting the new Netflix series The Pentaverate, we’ve got a mega-combo: A one-eye sign, an all-seeing eye inside a triangle, and a masonic square and compass.
The Pentaverate is a comedy about a secret society that has been controlling the world for centuries. They love to hide the truth in plain sight.
In 2021, Time named Anya Taylor-Joy one of the 100 most influential people in the world. On this cover of Vogue British, she is dubbed “Hollywood royalty”. The one-eye sign using an ironic crown proves that she’s actually Hollywood slavery.
Jennifer Lopez recently announced that she was engaged to Ben Affleck … again. She showed off her rare green diamond ring by making a big, fat one-eye sign. In other words, this union was sanctified by the industry.
Brazilian pop star Anitta was recently featured (promoted) in a New York Times article titled “Can a Brazilian Pop Star Crack the U.S. Market? Anitta Thinks So“. This is the main picture used in this article.
Yup, an unmistakable one-eye sign. That’s what’s required to get that sweet mass media attention.
Anitta’s new album is titled Versions of Me and the cover art features numerous versions of Anitta. This is pure Monarch mind control symbolism, where each “version” represents an alter-persona.
If you think that Versions of Me being about Monarch programming is a stretch, check out the official tweets promoting the album. There are butterflies everywhere. The monarch is a type of butterfly. These symbols are not random.
Julia Fox is an actress and model but she is mostly known for briefly going out with Kanye West after his breakup with Kim Kardashian. And she’s clearly into occult elite madness.
Julia Fox wore a highly symbolic outfit at the Oscars. A big black hand grabs Julia Fox’s neck, making it a literal choker. This is a great way of representing the occult elite controlling her, Also, her clutch is made of real human hair. They love things made from actual human parts.
Speaking of witch (not a typo), Julia Fox’s handbag is reminiscent of a bag created by designer Arnold Putra.
Arnold Putra models a bag made from the spine of an actual human child. Brazilian Federal Police have recently revealed that Putra had also ordered a human hand, along with three packets of human placenta which most likely originated from human trafficking.
In this pic we see Putra (the one doing devil horns) with – YUP – Kanye West and Julia Fox in Paris. Putra is from an extremely wealthy family and his fiancée Ariel Brasali is the daughter of property mogul Budi Brasali. In order words, this is all about elite madness.
Speaking of purses, Kylie Jenner was recently seen walking around with a horned, demon purse made of glass. As you can see, this “bag” is basically useless. All it actually does is signal who she truly works for.
In a recent Instagram post, country singer Jimmie Allen celebrated his Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. Check out his pendant.
A masonic square and compass. I guess his nomination for Best New Artist starts making sense. Sadly for him and his Masonic lodge, Olivia Rodrigo won because she’s a way bigger industry pawn.
Here are my nominees for Dumbest Tweet of 2022 … so far.
Michelle E. Morse is the Chief Medical Officer of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Despite her prestigious title, Morse managed to craft this insane word salad. The tweet starts with the horrific term “birthing people” because these people are on a sick crusade to remove all words referring to womanhood from the public space. However, when she talks about Blacks and Puerto Ricans, she uses the word “mothers”. But then she goes back to “birthing people” when referring to “non-Hispanic White” people. Reminder: She’s in charge of “Health and Mental Hygiene”. There’s nothing healthy or mentally hygienic about this tweet.
While this last tweet was absurd, Demi Lovato remains a strong candidate for Dumbest Tweet of 2022.
Let’s reread Demi Lovato’s tweet slowly. “You can call me they, but I’m still daddy’s girl…”. Now, let’s rewind a bit. A few months ago, Demi Lovato announced to the world that she was gender-neutral and that her pronoun was “they”. That means that she’s, apparently, genderless. However, in the same tweet that refers to her genderless pronoun, she also claims that she’s “daddy’s girl”. GIRL. “Girl” is a gender. In other words, Demi doesn’t even understand the fake, artificial gender garbage she is pushing on young people.
Despite it being fake and artificial, mass media is using every trick in its bag to push the gender-blurring agenda.
NBC News was recently caught retouching pictures of trans swimmer Lia Thomas to soften up his face and make him look more feminine. Mass media is pathetic.
This is a recent headline from the BBC. The article promotes a company that uses new “near-field communication” (used in smartphones for contactless payments) in its implants.
Another pic from the article shows the chip lighting up when it is in close contact with a payment machine. Mark of the beast.
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