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“Order Out of Chaos”: How the Elite’s Plans Were Foretold in Popular Culture

The core philosophy of the occult elite and its plans for humanity are hidden in plain sight. From famous landmarks to blockbuster movies, it is all laid out for those who have “eyes to see”. At the center of it all, one motto: Order Out of Chaos.



Since late 2008, The Vigilant Citizen has been analyzing popular culture to highlight patterns of messages and symbolism. And, since the very first articles published on this site, one major theme keeps resurfacing all across popular culture: The “welcoming” of a global crisis that causes massive chaos and death which allows the ushering in of a new era. In other words: Order Out of Chaos.

This theme can be found all over popular culture, especially in products funded and commissioned by the occult elite. Why is that? Because, since the 19th century, the official motto of the occult elite is Ordo Ab Chao, Latin for Order Out of Chaos.

This an insignia representing the 33rd degree in Freemasonry (the highest degree attainable). At the top, the degree’s official motto: Ordo Ab Chao.

As in everything else in Freemasonry, the motto Order Out of Chaos has several meanings, ranging from nebulous metaphysical deeds to concrete social engineering. On a wider scale, this motto is the ultimate recipe for a drastic change in society: 1) An event causes chaos and panic 2) A solution surfaces which also happens to advance the agenda of the elite 3) Society changes without resistance.

In this day and age, the ultimate goal of the elite is to create a global government that controls the world’s resources while keeping the masses subdued and monitored through police-state tactics. The “solutions” to the current virus crisis represent big steps in that direction.

This is why they welcome these moments of chaos. They are opportunities. While the masses suffer and weaken, the elite gains power and control. And, since symbols rule the world, Order Out of Chaos is celebrated all over popular culture through symbolism. Here are some examples in chronological order.

Georgia Guidestones

Since their unveiling in 1980, the enigmatic Georgia Guidestones have baffled people with their ominous messages. Indeed, inscribed on gigantic slabs of stone are “10 Commandments” for a new era. And the first one says: Maintain humanity under 500 million. In order to satisfy this monument, the current world population needs to be reduced by at least 90%.

A slab from the Guidestones.

As explained in my article Sinister Sites – The Georgia Guidestones, everything about this monument is in line with the agenda of the occult elite. From a world government to population control, it is all here. Here are the ten “commandments”:

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
2. Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity.
3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
4. Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason.
5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
9. Prize truth – beauty – love – seeking harmony with the infinite.
10. Be not a cancer on the earth – Leave room for nature – Leave room for nature.

This current crisis is pushing us towards these commandments. For instance, a world in confinement is clearly an exercise of “balancing personal rights with social duties”. Also, we are definitely “leaving room for nature”.

An NZ Herald headline about the environmental “benefits” of this crisis.

In short, the Georgia Guidestones “look forward” to a massive, apocalyptic event to bring forth specific changes to the world. And it is not the only landmark to communicate this specific message in the United States.

Denver International Airport Murals

As explained in the article Sinister Sites – Denver International Airport, there’s a bunch of strange things going on at the DIA. At the center of it all is a 4-panel mural displaying death and chaos, followed by the creation of a new world.  As my 2009 article states:

“When you analyze the symbolism of the murals, you realize that they tell a terrifying story of future events about to happen, as if it was some sort of prophecy. There are specific social and political references and other occult details that basically turn those paintings into a New World Order manifesto.”

At the risk of causing you nightmares tonight, here’s one of the murals.

A massive militaristic figure wearing a gas mask pokes a dove in the butt. An infinite line of mothers cry while holding dead babies. Is this what you want to see before boarding a plane?

For some reason, I always found the rainbow at the top of this mural extremely unsettling. Even more so in today’s context.

Amid pandemic lockdown, a global trend emerged of plastering rainbows on windows and public places.

I won’t analyze all four murals here, but there’s a happy ending.

After death and devastation: Rebirth of a new world that is united around some sort of glowing plant.

Once again, an artwork placed in a public space tells the story of massive chaos followed by the rebirth of a new world that unites all nations.

Bank of America Murals

The enigmatic murals on display at the Bank of America corporate center in Charlotte, North Carolina revolve around the same general theme as the sinister sites above.

The three murals on display at the Bank of America headquarters.

As thoroughly explained in my article The Occult Symbolism Found on the Bank of America Murals, there’s a wealth of symbolism going on here. At the center of it all: Order Out of Chaos.

The mural on the right is called “Planning / Knowledge” and it is replete with occult and Masonic symbolism. It basically tells us that those who are “planning” the world have occult “knowledge”.

The center mural is called “Chaos / Creativity”. It depicts a period of transition characterized by turmoil and oppression. There is civil unrest, military figures on the streets and barb wires all over the place. There is also this guy:

Amongst the chaos is a person wearing a hazmat suit. Not unlike the DIA mural, the period of chaos appears to be linked with some kind of biological threat.

Flash forward to right now. This is all we see in the news:

People in hazmat suits are all over the news right now.

Finally, the mural on the left is called “Making / Building”. It mainly depicts a worker after a job well done. Order out of chaos. Again.

The Movie 2012

Disaster movies attract audiences with big visual effects … to then indoctrinate them with messages. Released in 2009, the movie 2012 depicted the end of the world as predicted by the Mayans or whatever. Beyond the specular scenes of famous monuments being destroyed, the movie conveyed one single message: Only the elite would survive a period of chaos.

The slogan of the movie: “We were warned”. The image on the poster: The Brazilian monument “Christ the Redeemer” monument falling down. Symbolic.

As explained in my article The Hidden Symbolic Meaning of the Movie “2012”, the story is less about the end of the world and more about the world elite surviving a major crisis. Indeed, in the movie, the elite knew that a cataclysm was coming years in advance and they hid it from the masses. They used that time to prepare for a new era while the rest of the world population was left to die.

The Olympics were suspended. Not unlike the 2020 Olympics.

In the movie, the elite mandates China to build massive ships that would keep the “chosen ones” safe as the world gets wiped out. The price of a ticket to enter these ships: 1 billion Euros per person.

The Queen of England boards the ship in China.

In the end, the chosen ones survived the cataclysm while the rest of the world died. Their ships landed in Africa and the elite started a new civilization in place they’ve called Cape Hope. Once again, we’re seeing echoes of this today.

While 2012 is not about a deadly virus, it symbolically depicts the elite’s core philosophy: Order Out of Chaos.

The Economist Magazine

For years, The Economist has been creeping out people for years with strange, enigmatic magazine covers that appear to make grim predictions. While some might say “who cares”, there’s a reason why this magazine should be taken seriously: The Economist is directly linked to the world elite – those who make these predictions a reality. As I wrote in the article The Economist 2015 Cover is Filled With Cryptic Symbols and Dire Predictions:

“I wouldn’t normally dedicate an entire article analyzing the cover of a publication, but this isn’t any publication. It is The Economist and it is directly related to the world elite. It is partly owned by the Rothschild banking family of England and its editor-in-chief, John Micklethwait, attended several times to the Bilderberg Conference – the secretive meeting where the world’s most powerful figures from the world of politics, finance business and media discuss global policies. The outcome of those meetings is totally secret. It is therefore safe to say that the people at The Economist know things that most people don’t.”

With that being said, here’s The Economist cover titled “The World in 2019”.

The Economist’s “The World in 2019” Cover.

I won’t analyze everything here (read my full article about it here), but here are some details that relevant in today’s context.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. One of them is wearing a mask.

The Book of Revelation describes the Horseman as harbingers of the Last Judgement. The White Horse is said to symbolize Conquest, Pestilence and the coming of the Anti-Christ; The Red Horse represents War; the Black Horse is associated with Famine, and the Pale Horse brings Death. In today’s context, one could say that the current crisis simultaneously brought some forms of conquest, pestilence, famine, and death.

Here’s another weird element found on the cover.

At the bottom left of the cover is a pangolin.

Although there are several theories floating around regarding the origins of the virus, there is one that keeps popping up in mass media: It was transmitted to humans by a pangolin.

A headline from the NY Times.

A headline from The Conversation.

The cover contains other details that are more relevant now than ever: A stork carrying a baby with a barcode (Bill Gates’ wants to create a “digital ID” through vaccination at birth); The “Vitruvian man” holding a QR Code (China now requires people to show a QR code on their phones to move around).

Now, here’s the cover of the latest issue of The Economist.

The hand of the elite keeps the masses “on a leash”. Like a dog. That’s what they want.

Order Out of Chaos.

Madonna Eurovision Performance

About a year ago, I analyzed the grand finale of the Eurovision contest which is one of the most-watched non-sporting events in the world. The show culminated with a disturbing and deeply occult performance by Madonna which seems to foretell things to come. After partaking into some kind of occult ritual, a bunch of people wearing gas masks surrounded Madonna.

Madonna wearing a crown (corona) surrounded by people in gas masks.

As Madonna performed the song Future, she sang:

Not everyone is coming to the future
Not everyone is learning from the past
Not everyone can come into the future
Not everyone that’s here is gonna last

Then, Madonna blows a wind of death on the masked people and everybody dies. Also, in the background, the Statue of Liberty is broken. Today, our liberties are broken as well.

Fast-forward to today, Madonna is saying weird things about the virus. In a recent video posted on her social media account, Madonna said this about the pandemic:

“It’s the great equalizer, and what’s terrible about it is what’s great about it. What’s terrible about it is it’s made us all equal in many ways — and what’s wonderful about it is it’s made us all equal in many ways.”

I personally wouldn’t use the word “wonderful” anywhere near this virus. But I’m not an elite-connected psychopath. Speaking of which, Madonna also partnered up with those who want to turn this crisis into an Orwellian nightmare.

In Conclusion

Although this article looked at items that are widely different, they have a few points in common. First, they’re were funded and commissioned by the elite. Second, they are all part of popular culture, which defines and “colors” our society. Third, they all tell a similar story: The “welcoming” of a major crisis to usher in a New World Order.

One could ask: “Why are these messages even there? Wouldn’t they want to keep their plans secret?”. No. The plans need to be hidden in plain sight, for several reasons. First, the concept of predictive programming tells us that, once the masses are exposed to a shocking idea, they are less shocked and more accepting when it actually happens. Second, the elite believes in karmic laws. If the masses are properly warned and if they willingly accept what is happening, the elite is relieved from karmic “revenge”. Finally, symbols rule the world. Throughout history, the symbolism of those in power was always plastered all over society.

Those who rule the world right now want a New World Order. But, before this can happen, there needs to be chaos.

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