Tuesday, June 28, 2022

A death cult controls the mainstream media

The more closely I look at the clear symbolic patterns in the mainstream media, the more sinister this whole globally run system becomes.

I highly recommend that others start to do this. Those editing these outlets are putting an awful lot of time, effort and care into arranging content in a particular way to bring out certain themes. They seem to be in some sort of weird cult, or at least deferring to the demands of one. 

As mentioned before, this phenomenon relates mainly to headlines and images as opposed to the specific content. One common and creepy pattern involves the placement of words describing death and violence next to photos of kids in other stories. Of course that will happen from time to time by chance. But you see it so frequently it's suss as. (Check out the example at the beginning of this video.)

So there's that general phenomenon going on. And sometimes I see things that make me think that there are more specific coded messages being conveyed. Take the May 24 issue of the Failing Terrorgraph

This was just before the shool shooting in Uvalde. Given what was in previous and subsequent issues it really does seem that there was some kind of batshit symbolic incantation going on. 

Look at the cover. "Locked and loaded" is a very specific term related to gun usage. But here it applies to a story about prison gangs. Eh? 

On page 9 there was a story about the funding of police training in NSW. Notice how it says that they were being kept out. This is spooky when you consider what actually ensued at that school in Texas. 

On the right hand side of page 8 there are three mentions of death in the headlines. 

Note the story on the bottom of the next page with the headline: "The pain in your tummy is a baby." This is dehumanizing in itself. And it's right underneath a story featuring red wine titled "A tasty little earner".  

Please check out this video to see why this creeps me out so much

The drop chosen for the shot is Tyrells. Remember that this is the surname of the toddler who disappeared back in 2014. Developments related to this mystery contantly reappear in the MSM. A particular shot of him with his sole exposed is usually featured.

If this was a one-off I'd say it was a coincidence. But given this sinister lie factory's form for this kind of stuff it looks like it was carefully selected.

This is the very next page. 

The top story is about families (kids) being "wiped out". And look at the one directly below that. As well as the monetary aspect -- like with "tasty little earner" -- there's the wordplay on trigger happy, which of course evokes guns. 

Given what's on the cover you've gotta ask: What are the odds?

Then there's the story about the Vivid Festival -- which I'm sure you know is a collection of light shows -- returning to Sydney. Who is the "bringer of light"

Note also how the photo on the right has orange, pink and blue in it. Look at the one of the kids directly above. This colour combo also features in that shot. 

If this was intentional to make a link between them -- and I think that's likely -- consider how much attention to detail was required. These touches are extremely important to whoever's editing these pages. 

Remember that this was just before the massacre in Uvalde. It really does seem like they were anticipating the mass murder of kids and wanted to concentrate energies symbolically to help make it happen.

Please check out the video below describing another clear theme from the Sydney paper's issues around this time. It focused on the idea of "small targets". (The sound is dodgy in parts, sorry. But it clears up quite quickly.) 

Having seen so much stuff like this over many months I have to conclude there's something vast, centralized and evil going on here. 

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Monday, June 20, 2022

Their cupcakes runneth under

I don't care if people think I'm batshit crazy for noticing dominant colour themes in the MSM. There's definitely something creepy going on.

Many businesses -- mostly big and global but not always -- seem to be contributing to them as well. Take this West Aussie beer reviewed in Perth Now. It seems to be part of this pink and brown pattern.

The article tweet itself caught my (illuminati) eye for obvious reasons. 

This photo was included in it. Note the pinky-purple theme as well as the dark brown of the cake on the can. 

Then there's the cartoonishly evil vibe. The demonic beer monster is clearly relishing the chaos he's unleashing. 

When it comes to the milk of human kindness, their cupcakes clearly runneth under

The brewer's IG page included this image of a cupcake being dropped into the beer. There's a splash of red. 

Hmm. What does that remind you of? 

Cupcakes themselves are brown. But I thought it was interdasting that a specific association was made between the product itself and that obviously staged Oscars slap that involved two world-famous black dudes. The link to the colour theme becomes stronger as a result. 

The IG page has many updates with an occult elite vibe. I thought this one was notable. As well as it saying something about the culture of the company the photo itself shows how obviously staged that "accident" involving ScoMo actually was. 

Look at how far the ball is from him. FFS, he clearly targeted that kid. And fake news MSM outlets flat out told us as much. 

Given these patterns, I don't think it's unreasonable to conclude that there was some sort of symbolic incantion going on here on the part of the brewer and perhaps the reviewer as well. 

Maybe they don't even know what it's ultimately about and that's where the rabbit hole ends? Or maybe not.

Another data point: The word cupcake is a combination of two words beginning with "c", the third letter of the alphabet. Could well be another 33 ... 

Speaking of pink liquid and brown skin, check out the clip of the ad I saw in Town Hall Station below. Forgive the low quality. I just wanted to film it ASAP before it was replaced. 

In any case you can see that the customer is a black dude, and the pink liquid is overflowing, which I thought was a nice counterpoint to the title of this post. 

You know, duality and all that ... 

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Sunday, June 12, 2022

Lurking for that "lucky harm"

There's no denying that many of those who wish for a NWO are big time occultists who dinkum worship Lucifer. He was the fallen angel who created his own realm that he ruled completely, remember. That's basically what they're tryna do globally now. 

With this in mind I found that "accidental" collision between ScoMo and a kid on the soccer field very interdasting. The child's name was Luca, which is reminiscent of the name of the "bringer of light".

I suspect that this was some sort of batshit occult elite ritual -- their version of a lucky charm. But given their love of inversion, harm was required to make it work. 

So, what was it for specifically? I cover that in the video embedded at the bottom of the post. (BTW the sound is dodgy in a couple of sections. But they are short, and the sense is not lost if you keep watching through them.) 

It's pretty clear that this symbolic incantation was going on because of the MSM's love of names beginning with "lu". Luca, Lucinda, Luke, Lucy and similar seem to appear inordinately often in fake news stories -- particularly in the Failing Terrorgraph. 

This was a cover from December 9, 2020. It featured a tragic story about a kid being run over on her scooter. Note the choice of photo. She's there with her dad, and they're both wearing sunnies that reflect the light. 

This cover was from August 31, 2021. The kid in red is called Lucas. Note the violent imagery being associated with children -- which they often feature -- and the dog with a pink background. 

The full feature about how horrible the lockdown was continued the torture vibe. Note the use of the word nightmare. They'll often have stories about kids suffering with words like that in the headlines. Horror, pain, misery and fear seem to be particular faves for them. 

Just so you can see that the featured kid was called Lucas it's in the white printed subheading below. (If you can't read it in the body of the post then click on the photo itself. Should be clearer.) 

And note the upturned sole of the other kid. It's clear they absolutely love that pose because you see it all the time

Remember that dog from the cover? Well, he's a blue dog as you can see, and exuding some really creepy Frank Thring vibes

Note also the ad for the podcast about the Mafia and the story about the dodgy businessman. You will often see this symbol of Sirius near stories about criminality and sin. It seems strongly related to the occult elite's love of using evil but in a good way (for them). 

Speaking of dog stars: The greyhound adoption ad seen below is one of several that happen to have a lot of blue in them, and they're often placed next to stories in a way that suggests they're being used symbolically

Look at the story opposite it, about the tragic death of the kid related to broadcaster Ben Fordham. Interesting that he spoke about this on his show, even breaking down in tears at one point. I think it was significant that that particular shot of the boy wearing blue (note the words on his T-shirt) was used in the paper, next to that greyhound ad. 

Oh, and guess what his name was? Luca. 

Back to more recent issues, and what I think that bizarre event on the Tasmanian soccer field could have been about: This was from the May 26 issue. As well as flogging the "small target" theme (detailed in the video embedded below) there was this page that invoked another blue dog with the headline on the left and the photos to the right and below. 

It's also possible that the use of the word "ludicrous" was related to the "lucky harm" ritual. 

Just preceding the above page was the first report about the Texas massacre. I think that was about as accidental as ScoMo colliding with that kid. 

Preceding that story about the mass murder of children in a school was this one about how campus life was being "killed off" by the online lectures that became the norm during the "pandemic". 

Again, not a coincidence ... And check out the name of one of the students featured.

The story to the left of that one about the "peeping Pom" featured a woman with a similar sounding name. 

What are the odds? 

It should be pretty clear to any critical thinker that there's something going on here that is as sinister as it is batshit. 

But if you're still pathetically clinging to the idea that they're not actually occultist flogs using symbolism in the MSM to conjure evil in the cause of implementing their horrific globalist agenda then check out this page from the June 11 issue. 

The story on the top has a photo of a teacher with some schoolkids. Directly below it is a wine ad that is often used in a similar way to the greyhound ad above. There's a real rabbit hole to do with it. Please check out this video I made when I first twigged to what it was about

Go back to the Lucinda story near the top of this post. You can see that part of the headline directly below it is about winemakers. Another part of this pattern, IMO. 

Look also at the two stories to the right of the one about the school above. You'll see the word jail in one of them (which is reminiscent of the lockdown nightmare story mentioned above) and there's one about a man being shot while walking his dog. 

This was clearly meant to hark back to the Texas massacre and that small target issue. I also think it was another blue dog, because that was the colour the teacher was wearing in the photo. 

No prizes for guessing what his first name was! 

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Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Dutton as Voldemort: What's that about?

Sure you all know about dopey Plibbers likening Peter Dutton to the character of Voldemort from the Harry Potter books and movies. This was actually preceded by a cover on the West Australian, which has almost as much occultist floggery in it as Sly News and the Failing Terrorgraph

Plibersek, like all those high up in the Australian political establishment, is a malignant moron, so she almost certainly got the idea for the sledge from that issue. 

The "conservatives" in the MSM are all repeating the line that she mocked his appearance because she and the other Labor pollies find him formidable and want to make the normies see him as ridiculous.

I think that's a big part of it. But she also made a very specific reference to the fear of children

Speaking on radio station 4BC, Ms Plibersek was asked her opinion of Mr Dutton, who is almost certain to be the new leader of the Liberal Party. 

'Well I think there will be a lot of children who have watched a lot of Harry Potter films who will be very frightened of what they will see at night, that's for sure,' replied the Labor frontbencher.

Scott Emerson, who was interviewing Ms Plibersek on 4BC, also seemed shocked by what she had just said. 

'What, are you saying he looks strange, he looks odd?' he asked.

'I am saying he looks a bit like Voldemort and we will see whether he can do what he promised he would do when he was last running for leader, which is smile more,' she said. 

Mr Emerson said it sounded like she was attacking Mr Dutton over his looks. 

'And if this last election taught us anything, it taught us that the Liberal Party has moved too far to the extremes of politics.'

'No, I am just saying he is not the warm and friendly face of the Liberal party,' she replied. 

This idea of Dutton as Voldemort was also picked up by comic Jordan Shanks, aka "Firendly Jordies". He shared a video of a rather sad looking, now adult actor who played a young villain in the first movie. Looks like the dude was paid for it, prolly by Shanks himself. 

Watch it closely. He flat out says that Dutton is one of the Slytherin, and that he knows this secret. 

Continuing the occult theme, the NSW Premier likened SkidMark McKaren to Tolkien's Gollum. The similarity to the Voldemort sledge was noted in the article below

Another part of this pattern was this toon in the Sydney paper, which portrayed Albo himself as a character from the Harry Potter universe. 

So, what's all this stuff about? 

I reckon it's a sign that there's a grudge match between secret society wankers that's been going for a while and is now slowly bubbling up to the surface. It's like they're all hinting at the sinister shit they get up to to shimmy up the greasy obelisk.

It should be remembered that the first portrayal of this kind was in one of the Pauline Hanson toons. As I've described, the guys behind the hilarious series look like Masons themselves who are up with all the goss. Note the reference to horcruxes in the clip below. 

I think we will see more and more of this kind of stuff in the MSM until the whole horrific culture of Canberra is finally exposed, (hog)warts and all. 

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