ILLUMINATI SYMBOLISM: PICS OF THE WEEK

Vigilant Citizen

If you aren't familiar with the Vigilant Citizen, it is worth checking out. Unbelievable the amount of demonic and Illuminati symbolism is in media, here she starts a new series on pop culture. Mind Control manipulation is everywhere. - W.E.


The “Pics of the Week” series ended last month but that does not mean that pictures with Illuminati symbolism stopped being released. NOPE. The agenda is still being pushed, notably in the fashion and music industry, so here’s a new series keeping an eye on pop culture: Pics of the Month.

Fashion photoshoot by Terry Richardson featuring a symbol most of us know by now.

A slab of raw meat on an eye of Mischa Barton. Another disturbing shoot by Tyler Shields.

Retarded.

Degrading.

I don't think her doctor would recommend doing that.

Alexander Skarsgard showing who's the boss of him.

Yes, that was the guy that was in Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" video.

Speaking of which, here's Gaga entering at Jonathan Ross with a one-eye thing-a-ma-jig (felt like using that word) and a ram.

Pic of Lady Gaga representing three alter personas...

...which is kind of reminiscent of Kim Noble's painting "I'm Just Another Personality" (as seen in The World of Mind Control Through the Eyes of an Artist With 13 Alter Personas)

Nicki Minaj on the cover of W. With a focus on one eye, of course.

Natalia Kills: Straight Illuminati.

A Noami Campbell photoshoot torturing some guy tattooed with Christian imagery and other symbols.




The lack of expression on her face is rather unsettling.

Singer Kerli has lots of mind control symbolism in her works. In this pictures, she is "wind up" and holds a one-eyed stuffed animal.

Katt Graham with Sex Kitten symbolism.

Rihanna's performances are full of Illuminati agenda. Here she is chained up and felt up by some dudes, representing mind control.

Gotta make military police state imagery sexy too.

This UNIF shirt has it all

Memorial for the Battle of Britain in Brussels. I wonder who they fought for.

Turn your kids into scannable objects. For their safety, of course.