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Last week, we gave you two sides of a much-heated national debate. First, we gave you 16 examples that prove the Illuminati control the VMAs. Then, we flipped the argument on its head, giving 16 more reasons why they totally don’t. Both sides were compelling and convincing enough, but only last night’s epic show could settle the matter once and for all. Take a look at the evidence and judge for yourself.
The Snake Debacle
PRO-ILLUMINATI: Nicki Minaj sang a song called “Anaconda.” Which is a snake. A satanic snake. Need we say more? Even though she’s, uh, probably not singing about a real snake (we’re thinking it may be a metaphor), the symbolism is so there.
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Conspiracy Pop from Down Under?
This catchy little number name-checks Pavlovian Programming, Proletarians and Consumer Robots, all to a very addictive boom-chakka beat.
So, is everything really under control?
A photo gallery from College Humor finds signs of the Illuminati everywhere and in everything. A fun way to start your weekend…
No one is safe, but especially you (I don’t know why, you just seem sort of fragile and suspesctible to accidents). At any rate, the Illuminati grows stronger every day, and it is only a matter of time before they control every aspect of your life — no detail too small. It would be too dangerous to overlook the evidence. Let this carefully curated list of Illuminati hotspots guide you, strike fear into your heart, and who knows, maybe even protect you. God speed.
[See the rest of the Illuminati photo gallery at College Humor]
I know it’s been quite awhile since I posted an update here, but it’s not for lack of a good reason. I’ve been hard at work researching and writing my Repotted/Siriusian opus, a work which could very well become the definitive statement on the history of our Reptilian neighbors. At any rate, I watch most of the online traffic that relates to Reptoid issues from the hilarious to the ridiculous. I noticed the coverage of Donatella Versace on some of the message boards, and felt like this topic warranted some serious research. I pride myself on bringing a sober and coherent point of view to these matters, and the mystery of Donatella seemed worthy of my time. Let us consider the image that began most of the recent discussion:
So, you can see the reason for the speculation. While she lacks the sharp features that many see as the Reptilian tell, there is clearly something unearthly and inhuman in her visage.… Read the rest
And you thought they only taste bad. The FoodLuminati have you everywhere you turn.
If you’re a fan of the Turner Broadcast System-owned Cartoon Network’s adult-oriented evening programming block ‘Adult Swim’ then you might have noticed that images associated with secret societies pop up fairly regularly in the interstitial segments between the shows and cartoons: Owls, eyes in pyramids, hands shaking in a manner strikingly similar to the Freemason’s “apprentice grip”, and much more. Having been curious about these elements for years, I reached out to the Cartoon Network publicity team, who put me in touch with Jason DeMarco, VP of on-air and creative director for Adult Swim. We discussed the strange symbols, the creative process that goes into producing the bumps, and who they enjoy working with when it comes to video, music and more.
Many of those who believe in the secret society of the Illuminati teach that they hid their symbols in plain sight. There are quite a explanations for why they would do so. Some say it is part of a plan to get the public to slowly grow accustomed to their domination. Others believe that it is to intimidate enemies or recruit like-minded individuals. Still others believe that they reveal their symbols as part of an unknown magical ritual or mind-control scheme. In any case, you would be hard pressed to find a better example of “hidden in plain sight” than the Rothschild’s 1972 Illuminati ball. Undoubtedly, you are already aware that members of the Rothschild family have long been considered to be key players in the Illuminati conspiracy. Juxtapoz has the pictures. See several of them here.
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In December of 1972, Marie-Hélène de Rothschild threw a “Surrealist Ball”at the Château de Ferrières, one of the large mansions owned by her family.
Enjoy this parody(?) video by filmmaker Matt Anderson.
Anderson explains the video as follows:
“Illumicorp is a parody of sorts. I guess the best way to describe it is that I wanted to make a corporate training video for the ‘Illuminati’ that synthesized all of the conspiracy information floating around. If such a group did exist, how would they really function? My wager was they would act just like any other faceless mega-corporation. It was originally to be part of a larger project, but that never came about so I released Illumicorp as it’s own standalone video.”
The 2013 Superbowl caused a stir in conspiracy theory circles for the supposed illuminati hand signal made by Beyonce. I couldn’t see anything except echoes of James Brown and Michael Jackson in the 2014 halftime show by Bruno Mars, but conspiracy theorist extraordinaire Mark Dice still managed to find signs of the illuminati: