The girl group Little Minx recently gave a rather symbolic performance at the 2020 MTV EMAs. Through the magic of cheesy CGI, the group performed inside the capstone of a pyramid decorated with an all-seeing eye. What better way of signifying that you’re an “entertainer” of the occult elite?
As if to prove my point, Little Minx singer Jesy Nelson dressed up as the devil for a Halloween Instagram post. In last month’s SPOTM, there was a picture of Cardi B dressed as a horned red devil.
Rita Ora also dressed as a red devil for Halloween.
Miley Cyrus also posed as a red devil on the cover of the photography book High Gloss. They’re doing this one purpose.
In another pic from High Gloss, Miley Cyrus poses naked inside a yellow tombstone with flowers strategically covering her privates. A great way of combining the over-sexualization of pop stars with the elite’s culture of death.
As usual, the one-eye sign was all over the place last month. This is Game of Thrones star Rose Leslie in a symbolic photoshoot for 1883 magazine. But wait, maybe that’s not an actual one-eye sign … maybe she’s just posing for the camera. Let’s look at other pictures from that photoshoot…
A big, fat, unmistakable one-eye sign. Let’s look at another picture from that elite-sponsored photoshoot…
In this pic, Rose holds a butterfly while several hands hold other butterflies. This is pure Monarch programming symbolism representing MK handlers (hands) and alter-personas (butterflies).
Marsai Martin does the most generic one-eye sign in history on the cover of Essence. The fact that the cover talks about “Black creativity” while showcasing a sign of submission to the occult elite and its oppressive agenda is disturbingly ironic.
Spike Lee and David Byrne team up to make … a lame-a-s one-eye sign. Thanks, guys.
Lily Allen recently released a sex toy. This is the pic used to promote it. I don’t think it goes there.
This is the cover of Elvis Costello’s. That is one creepy one-eye sign. The cover immediately reminded me of the sundial clock with a face on Epstein island.
Filipina singer and actress Nadine Lustre is getting media attention in the West. Of course, she needs to do the one-eye sign.
Another pic from the same photoshoot. That’s what you need to do if you want to crossover.
French actress Léa Seydoux makes a one-eye sign while promoting Louis Vuitton.
Brazilian bank says: “Nubank is reinventing your financial life” while showcasing a massive one-eye sign on its website. When massive financial corporations use the one-eye sign in their marketing campaign, you know that there’s something unholy going on there.
A Nubank ad from 2019. This is all 100% deliberate.
In an article about divorce, actress Helena Bonham poses with an eyeball inside her mouth. Other than tributing the all-important one-eye sign, the eyeball appears to be a reference to the movie The Neon Demon which is 100% about the occult elite industry. In the movie, a model ingests the eyeball of a “sacrificed” colleague to gain the favors of the industry.
Machine Gun Kelly walks around with girlfriend Meghan Fox while wearing a symbolic shirt by the brand Local Authority. Named “Devil’s Dance” the shirt depicts a couple of evil Mickey Mouses, a logo resembling a Masonic square and compass, and some inverted crosses. Underneaths, one can read the words: “F*cked up friends club”. Does MGK have such f*cked up friends?
Tampax is the latest corporate brand to submit to the elite’s radical gender-blurring agenda. The sentence “Not all people with periods are women” is the exact opposite of a “fact”. It is an outright lie. Here’s an actual fact: You need a female reproductive system to have periods. And people who have female reproductive systems are called … wait for it … WOMEN. There is absolutely “transphobic” about stating this fact. The issue at hand here is truthphobia. They want us to be scared of the truth.
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