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PostSubject: Symbolic Pics of the Month 11/17   Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:12 pm

Symbolic Pics of the Month 11/17





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October 30, 2017











In this edition of SPOTM: Kevin Spacey, Milo Yiannopoulos, Bryan Cranston and the
symbolism around the Vegas shooting. And more.

In the past years, several mega-franchises
 released “character posters” and, unsurprisingly,
 they’re replete with the one-eye sign. Here are the
posters of Star Trek Discovery. Can they
be more blatant? Not really.







This poster features the famous Vulcan Salute hand sign, complete with a single eye strategically placed between the fingers.








The Vulcan Salute hand sign is symbolic in itself as
it is based on the Priestly Blessing performed by Jewish Kohanim. The sign represents the Hebrew letter Shin
(ש), which has three upward strokes similar to the
position of the thumb and fingers in the salute.
The letter Shin here stands for El Shaddai,
 meaning “Almighty (God)”, as well as for
 Shekinah and Shalom. Therefore, placing an
 all-seeing eye into that symbol gives this
 movie poster a profound esoteric meaning
that most will completely overlook.





Here’s another Star Trek poster. More one-eye focus.
In case you believe that this is all a coincidence,
here are 8 more posters from the same series.






In case you still believe this is all a coincidence, here are 3 posters promoting Star Wars The Force Awakens.





Do you see a pattern here?
While we’re looking at movie posters,
here’s the official poster of the movie All I See if You.




All I See is the one-eye sign AMIRITE?
The one-eye sign popped up on several
 famous faces last month, reminding us
 that showbiz is actually about servitude.






The (elite-owned) magazine The Economist decided to use this 2011 picture of Angelina Jolie on its cover. Why? Because it is the perfect way of subtly divulging that she’s owned by the elite. The headline “When children change gender” also hints to the agenda behind this publication.





Bryan Cranston in Esquire November. His face says:
 “Sorry, but I need to do this to keep making money”.


Milo Yiannopoulos posted this on his Instagram page.
 In case you never heard of him, he was a writer at
 Breitbart and a supporter of Trump. Although gay,
he spoke against gay rights, feminism, political
correctness and is often associated with the
“alt-right”. However, his popularity dwindled
greatly when someone dug up a 2015 video of
 him downplaying the abuse of minors. Relating
to his own abuse experience at the hands of an
older priest, Milo stated “I’m grateful to Fr.
 Michael. I wouldn’t give nearly such good
 head if it wasn’t for him.” While he claimed
he was using humor to cope with his troubled
 past, the damage was done. During an
appearance on the Joe Rogan show, Milo
 talked about attending Hollywood “boat parties”
 and “house parties” in which boys he described
 as “very young – very young” were sexually
 abused. He did not name names or contact
 authorities, which wasn’t a good look. Does
 this one-eye picture indicate that Milo is
about to take a more “elite-friendly” path?
We’ll see.
Speaking of Hollywood weirdness, several
 people have fallen recently … like a house of cards.





For years, Spacey did what it takes to be famous and relevant. On the left, Spacey did the 666 one-eye sign as a “GQ men of the year”. On the right, a promo pic for the third season of House of Cards. He recently came out as a homosexual while admitting to abusing a teenager. Hours later, Netflix announced that his show House of Cards was canceled. Things move fast in Hollywood these days.





Susan Sarandon in the October issue of Elle UK. Her right hand points downward, effectively making the “as above so below” hand sign.





Claire Foy in the September issue of Vogue. A creative way of hiding one eye.





Tomas Kluz is a popular singer in the Czech Republic.
This is the pic used for his album cover. Yup. No
 country is exempt from the agenda.





Model Grace Chen in Vogue Singapore.





Angela Lindvall in Harper’s Bazaar Spain.





Same model. Same magazine. Same crap.
I could post one-eyed pics all day but you’ve
 probably got your fill by now. Although the recurrence of the one-eye is blatant proof of an elite-controlled industry, “they” enjoy making things even more blatant.






Singer That Poppy inside a glass box while her handler Titanic Sinclair holds her chain. That Poppy’s entire act is all about her being an MK slave (read my article about her here).
Now, on to a completely different topic. The Vegas shooting. It occurred over a month ago and the official story is still extremely murky. However, the symbolism that surrounded the tragedy is difficult to ignore.






This is a screenshot from a video of the concert taken one hour before the shooting. Notice the prominent illuminated pyramid, the obelisk, and the Sphinx. Those are some of the occult elite’s favorite symbols of power overlooking the crowd.






This pic was taken from the VIP area of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shortly before the shooting. Notice the ad in the background. Combine these devil horns with the illuminated pyramid and the obelisk seen above and you’ve got a very occult stage for … a blood sacrifice. A full article on the Vegas shooting will be published once more relevant info comes out. Stay tuned.



Special thanks to everyone who sent in pics.
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