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The Blatant “Occult Elite” Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

This elite event featured stars from Brazil and around the world dressed in highly symbolic attire. Here’s a look at these costumes and their hidden occult meaning.

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The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Every year, shortly before the Rio Carnival, the global fashion powerhouse Vogue organizes an extravagant ball that features some of Brazil’s biggest stars and personalities wearing outfits following a specific theme. Although the theme is different every year, the real, underlying theme of these events is always the same: Blatant occult elite symbolism.

For instance, a couple of years ago, the theme was “The Mysticism of Lady Zodiac”. And, since a couple of zodiac signs have horns, it was the perfect occasion to have Brazilian stars dressed as if they were brides of Baphomet.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

There were many horned guests at the 2017 Vogue Ball.

In many ways, the Vogue ball is similar to the yearly MET Gala in New York. It features loads of stars and celebrities, it revolves around a yearly theme and it is always full of occult elite symbolism (see my articles about the MET 2019 and MET 2018). There’s another major point in common between the two events: They’re both organized by the higher-ups at Vogue magazine – an incredibly powerful and influential global brand in the fashion world. Owned by the media conglomerate Condé Nast, Vogue is heavily backed by the occult elite. That is why Vogue magazine covers and photoshoots are often featured on this site’s Symbolic Pics of the Month.

These fashion events are the ultimate proof of Vogue’s incredible power and influence. They invite major celebrities, they make them wear symbolic (and sometimes humiliating) outfits and make them parade around for hundreds of cameras. The ultimate message: We own the industry and everyone in it.

This year’s theme was “tropical surrealism”. Apparently, surrealism is a favorite theme in these Illuminati balls. It was the theme at the infamous masquerade ball of the Rothschilds in 1972, and the theme of the elite UNICEF ball of 2018. Surrealism was a powerful artistic current in the 20th century and quickly became a favorite of the occult elite. Based on the power of the subconscious and hidden psychological processes, the symbolism of surrealism was integrated in the elite’s Monarch mind control system.

While there are some surrealist elements to the costumes at the Vogue ball, the true, underlying theme of the event was the one-eye sign – the ultimate symbol representing the occult elite’s total control of the industry.

To celebrate its own event, this month’s cover of Vogue Brazil celebrated “tropical surrealism”. Do you see what else it celebrates?

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

The cover of Vogue Brazil featured an obvious one-eye sign.

Here are pics of the actual event.

Baile da Vogue 2020

This year’s Vogue ball took place at the prestigious Belmond Copacabana Palace. In this elite setting, there were lots of elite pawns wearing lots of elite symbolism.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Actress Camila Queiroz walked around with this portable one-eye sign thing.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

She also used it on her husband actor Kleber Toledo. He was wearing a dualistic black-and-white suit with, of course, an all-seeing eye.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

YouTuber Marina Saad hides one eye while holding an eye over her mouth. Owned.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Singer Isadora walked around with all-seeing eyes on her head. She was not the only one.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Famous makeup artist Vanessa Rozan was also walking around with an eye on her head. So much inspiration.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

“Influencer” Samara Checon wore a Monarch butterfly headpiece. Monarch programming.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Actor Dudu Bertholini painted eyes on his closed eyes. This type of deceiving, unnerving makeup is a favorite of the occult elite. It basically represents being blind. And he was not the only one doing this.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

More deceptive eyes going on here + a third eye on the forehead. False illumination.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

This guy just came out as a beta kitten. Also, the thing with the eyes.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Model and tv host Leonardo Picon was wearing a suit full of all-seeing eyes.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

“Fashion curator” (I love these titles) Ana Isabel de Carvalho Pinto went full dualistic with a headpiece emphasizing one eye. Of course, she also hid one eye for this pic to make sure you understand that she is owned by the Vogue power elite.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Actress Bruna Linzmeyer with one-eye makeup. Pure originality.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

A creepy one-eyed mask.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Of course, the gender-blurring agenda dictated that there needed to be lots of men in dresses. Like this guy.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

And him too. It’s not even “tropical”, nor “surrealist”. It’s just a man in a dress because that is what the elite wants to see in pop culture.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

Actor Silvero Pereira dressed up as, I believe, coronavirus under a microscope.

The Blatant "Occult Elite" Symbolism at the 2020 Vogue Ball in Brazil

“Influencer” Mari Rage had a symbolic headpiece which contained a butterfly and a dismembered baby – references to Monarch programming. Of course, there’s also an eye.

In Conclusion

I could have posted dozens of other pics on here. However, I believe those were more than enough to prove my point: The Vogue ball was yet another show of power of the occult elite. It recruits influential people and makes them part of its system by forcing them to display its symbolism.

Through these events, the occult elite forces upon the entire world a single, hegemonic popular culture. Although they sometimes pepper some local flavor here and there, the core of it all revolves around a specific pattern of symbols – the same exact pattern of symbols that have been highlighted on The Vigilant Citizen for years. Not only do these symbols allude to the complete ownership of culture by an elite group of people, but they also allude to some of their sickest practices such as Monarch programming.

In the end, while this specific event might not be important in the grand scheme of things, it reveals exactly who is behind the major, important events … in the grand scheme of things.

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John

“Actor Silvero Pereira dressed up as, I believe, coronavirus under a microscope.” Thank you for the big smile in my face – that kind of humor is priceless in these weird times…

Lisa

“Actor Silvero Pereiro dressed up as, I believe, coronavirus under a microscope” hhhhhhh that is one of the funniest things I read for a while

Afroditi

One minute of silence for me who thought that he was dressed up as coronavirus under a microscope for real…:(

Kyla

Lol, same here 😉

Former Brainwashed Teen

I thought he was kidding but i can’t be sure with these events XD

I question everything

I don’t know why they call it entertainment, but we have also put these people in these positions. Most entertainment nowadays is vacuous, dehumanizing, blasphemous, illicit, immoral, abject and degrading. Most music, film, press, cater to an obvious agenda of pushing and normalizing unnatural behaviours to masses. Want entertainment? Read a good classic literature, cook a meal for family and friends, play with your children, pet an animal, do volunteer work for less privileged people, take a walk, look at the sky, practice sports, plant a tree, listen to your elderly full of wisdom; ditch most attempts to capture these moments and live actually. Nobody says to completely give up on media and gadgets, but they are the main gate to all the garbage we are being inundated with. Also, the circumstances of life makes most of us depending on these devices on a daily basis, however, we need to discern on what is useful for us and what is disposable. Vogue? Elle? Bazaar? Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, CNN, BBC? and countless other platforms pushing immorality down people’s throats? Cut it from the root. Don’t support indiscriminate downing of trees buying these “edgy” magazines, cancel your Netflix/X/Y/Z subscription, don’t allow mainstream… Read more »

Luxx

@ I question everything: I want to upvote your comment a thousand times 🙂

I question everything

Thank you!

Kasia

Amazing commentary. I agree absolutely and completely with you! God bless!

I question everything

Thank you, I appreciate! 🙂

Fail System

Melhor comentário!

I question everything

Obrigada!

Carolina

I am from Brazil and have no idea who these “elite people” are, since I recognize none of them. Regardless, I see a bunch of “souled out”. That’s for sure…

Carolina

Besides, being humiliated. That’s also for sure… poor people.
As a friend would say: they might only have money.

joanofark06

they might only have money. Cause they SURE don’t have any brains!

Van Floozia

Wish I had a nickel for every “dahling” uttered at that event.

Natalia

Me too! I am so disappointed 🙁

Dvorrk

As a brazilian this grosses me out so much.
It’s pretty sad that people don’t see it, they are blind.

BlueFairy

Brazil: How much one-eyed-symbolism do you want?

Vogue: YES.

LOL. It literally looks like a competition to see who’s the most idiotic, subservient elite slave in the room (I think Mr. Coronavirus is the winner).

BTW, notice how everytime anything that ends with the word “Ball” (or is it Baal?) it turns out to be same-old eyes-wide-shut kinda party. Seriously, look it up for yourselves. I NEVER fails!

Kasia

Love your commentary! Exactly right!

Vixy

The guy in the “black dress” That’s actually garbage bags! Hahaha! I cant believe what they have them being seen in, it’s so degrading. But I guess cheap if out of clothes. 😉

seeker.

That dude is awesome, you can just tell. And he really knows how to accessorize with yellow Cons and a clutch resembling…a piece of Tupperware??

Can’t help but wonder about those black dresses on non-white individuals. Drones, are they? Is that what the black and yellow color scheme points to? And what does it say on the oval label he’s wearing?

Best of the worst, for sure.

D D d

Tupperware is what thought of as well !
But maybe it is one of those free plastic bags with toiletteries from an plane-flight? Maybe some bigger celebrity gave it to him to carry his e-smokes, makes it a bit more chic.

SOmeoneOutHere

The Tupperware contained a snack.Dude doesn’t look like he could go long without getting the munchies.

Kyla

Hmm wasn’t that the theme of the “Derelicte” fashion show in Zoolander too?

Noa

It relates to the saying that models would even look good wearing garbage sacks.

Deric

He looks absolutely thrilled to be there too. I’m sure he had little to no choice.

Aquabubbles

I don’t know any of these “famous” people. Thank God! On Netflix there is a show called Sx-Education that has explicit scenes of teenagers having sx. Can someone please tell me why I as a 50+ year old woman want to see that? No adult would want to see that unless……….And so they continue to normalize everything…… We live in a fallen world.

Former Brainwashed Teen

Well they are foreign actors, but i agree with the Netflix thing. Im a teenager and i’ll pass on that show

Johnny Utah

You didn’t have sex as a teenager? Regardless….the show is over the top, with the sex most definitely, both gay & straight but if you can get past that as an adult – the show also touches on kids with broken homes & partents with drug abuse problems. and it has a big time love story that just never seems to work out, kinda like real life… overall the show has good vibes. I would highly recommend it honestly.

Gabriela

I’m brazilian, and I’m disgusted.

scymnos

In the last picture with Mari Rage, butterfly feathers and banana resemble phalluses – maybe a symbol of sex with dismembered baby? Could be far fetched but these people are sick anyway.

Former Brainwashed Teen

Im sure it is. Anything to promote pedophilia

SunkissedMelanin

The rose bud and the egg also represent the vagina and female reproductive system

D D d

Some connect the rosebud to males. I read.

Lizard King

These pictures are more disgusting than usual.Was hoping for something about the super bowl or Oscar events.It seems February is a busy month for the demons from hell. BTW there is an interesting show on the Jehovah witnesses and child molesting called The Witnesses. It’s on YouTube produced by the oxygen channel. Have always been suspicious about them.

D D d

JW ‘s predators and their rulers/protectors are under attack in more than one country, over here as well. For year’s though, but only now it is mainstream to cover it.
Oh, and by the way, to me the victims i met and saw through the years come across as true of heart, so: my post is not to attack the whole community by grouping them all together because of religiousness. I see the commune as a cult like the one that got poisoned and shot in the 70’s. Victims.

luis

Eu não sabia que no Brasil as coisas estavam nesse nível

também estou espantada

Isso é no mundo todo, Luis. O pior é que as pessoas se recusam a enxergar o óbvio. Dizem “ah, fulano só quer chamar atenção”. Difícil. Pior é que não sei se é tão fácil provar que essas pessoas praticam ocultismo.

A B

I’m actually happy to realize that, as a Brazilian living in Brazil, I’m so alienated of this “celebrity” world that I only know who one of the people in this article is: Dudu Bertholini, who is actually a fashion designer–not that it matters.

VC akways cracks me up with his sarcastic comments.

Illuminati watcher

Been reading this site from 2014. Amazing analysis. Thanks for making me woke.

Former Brainwashed Teen

Issac is that u?? If so, im sorry but VC is better than ur website! XD

seeker.

“Actor Silvero Pereiro dressed up as, I believe, coronavirus under a microscope.”

Let’s hope it’s not contagious!

(Somehow, I feel like Klaus Nomi would approve.)

D D d

Ooh, and some say Divine looked scary in drag. Klaus, to me looked beyond that, him in a small club with a smoke machine and loud music and a smell off amyl..

Truth & Light

Why allow them, amoral beings, to infiltrate your culture/country

Larissa

I thought I was the only Brazilian here. LOL. I got to comment about it too. As a Brazilian [who lives in Brazil] and know most of those artists, what I see here is Vogue’s influence on dressing up or trying to bring this kind of party to my country, ‘cuz we are not used to see this frequently. Most of them use an especific religion [not going to mention] to reach success. They have pact with demons and sacrifice animals… It’s a sort of ”white magic”, they say, but we all know is black magic in truth. I hope they can keep away from my country. [we are lost if the occult elite brings MK-ULTRA stuff to Brazil.]

D D d

Uhhmm,
I don’t know what to say really.
Well, i do know, but how to formulate it without being cynical.

A B

Oi, Larissa! Fellow Brazilian, here. It’s funny you mention that/those religion(s). I just wrote a lot about them on a comment in the previous article. We ended up talking a lot about it, in case you’d care to take a look. It’s within one of Noa’s posts.

Larissa

I didn’t see it. But I’ll definitely do. 🙂

Eric

I’ve never seen any of this imagery in Brazilian media. I believe, as you do, that that ball is more a copy-and-paste of trends they see in fashion and entertainment in the U.S. than an actual tentacle of the Illuminati reaching for us. As I said above, ‘é o bonde dos Illuminati chegando no subúrbio’… All of us Brazilians know which religion you are referring to, and I often wonder what is its role in all that… American readers would be surprised at the level of public deference and respect a pagan religion with animal sacrifices, spirit possession and witchcraft commands in Brazil… I believe the main purpose of the high status this religion enjoys in entertainment, media and academia in Brazil is its usefulness as a weapon against Christianity: laws purportedly created and enforced for the protection of religion force us all to never dispute in public the notion that that religion and the Christianity without which Western Civilization wouldn’t exist are equivalent in value and significance. But these laws are never applied in a pro-Christian way; in fact, I believe the only legitimate victims of religious persecution and bigotry, in the eyes of public opinion (as it is… Read more »

A B

Perfectly stated.

D D d

That so called religion uses the old-fashion Fear as a basis for community-controll as well, is what I get about it.
Fear in people, settled in the gene-pool for generations. Works wonders in numbing humans, all over the world, no matter what the choosen style of strategy is.

A B

That’s true.

SamVuey

The people who still see this as entertainment are blind just like the pawns who continue to show who owns them. Nothing short of dehumanizing and self humiliating in terms of being sold out to the elite, especially the owners of “Vague” magazine.

Ava

So to them “surrealism” is only eyes and butterflies. I do not understand why are they so obvious

IMHO

I’m starting to think they are being extremely obvious because the symbolism is at this point a desensitization scheme. If we see it often enough, some of the disgust slowly fades into indifference. These symbols are pointing to MK Ultra torture and abuse and basically trivializing it. And then to make the victims of the abuse wear the symbols themselves with a smile on their face as if to say, “I enjoy the abuse,” that is just sick and desensitizing in itself. They are maintaining control over how the information gets out. And I feel like they are giving sites like this something to talk about that isn’t really detrimental to their agenda.

Prigxs

Bruna Linzmeyer is a lesbian, super woke and preaches feminism, hairy women, veganism, etc. The full agenda.

jimbo jones

every time I see a man wearing a dress. I throw up a little in my mouth
I shouldn’t be so judgmental, but I have to admit, thats how I feel

D D d

Maybe, you could try to see some centuries old fashions from all parts of the old global cultures. Dressing mostly started with dressess, because buttons and zippers came later? Refinement over time.
In animal life, some males have a loud coloursceme, compaired to their female couterparts.
Now, is this confusing,
or is the modern media the confuser?

jimbo jones

its weird…cause its not so much the dress..its the attitude they always seem to have. its like a superior thing in their body language. the idea of not being comfortable in the sex you are born in is one thing, but dressing like a woman etc with the make up etc…that is not biological. its a cultural creation. so just wear your dress be comfortable in it and stop with your superiority complex.

seeker.

Hmm. Superiority complex, or… Over-compensation…?

D D d

Ah you meaned a man dressing up like a woman would have.
There is a subtile but crucial differene. Thank you.

D D d

Maybe it is cultural, and there was not a leading man as rolemodel at a very young age, with the transvestites growing up? And a stong woman did gave good examples?
Or, the Sabotaging testosteron at a young age, or influencing the growth of female hormones via manufactured milk can tip the scale of perentages of mankind’s newborn wanting to look like a woman?

But you an not deny media, and change agents, have the parents and teachers make new imprints on the offspring compaired to 30 or more years ago.

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