Monday, August 8, 2022

Symbolic pattern in Anne Heche car crash reports

If you've been reading this blog for a while you'll know I'm obsessed with the symbolic patterns in the MSM. I understand why some people might see these as insignificant. 

I couldn't disagree more. I believe it's worthwhile noting their presence because they point to a culture at the very apex of a globalist power pyramid. As Breitbart said: "Politics is downstream from culture." 

One colour you see a helluva lot of in the mainstream media these days is pink, along with those near it in the spectrum. I think this means different things to the occult elite. It's to do with royalty (royal purple). It's also about the pink drug that dare not speak its name. 

The coverage of that crash involving American actress Anne Heche is a case in point. Take the photo in the Independent

Not only is she wearing a distinctive pink hat; she seems to be pointing at her head. Was this a hint that she's a user of this elite drug? Or maybe it was alluding to some other link between the event and the massive hidden trade in it?

You can see a similar one used here. 

Note the background in this shot.

The New York Post uses a photo of her wearing a pink tank top, and a burgundy one during her podcast. 

Similar colour in the background here. 

Note the purple dress. 

In this shot, it appears that her lipstick has the hue they're after. It looks more like dark pink than the usual red. 

This AAP photo features a logo with different colours including purple. Also, it's a sun-like image that is vaguely reminiscent of the Masonic blazing star. It's as if light is shooting from her head. Or maybe it's meant to resemble a crown? 

Whatever the hidden meaning is, the placement is defnitely symbolic.

There were some articles without this theme, of course. However the ones listed here were those I found found first after searching the web and Twitter for reports about the accident. There's a clear trend. 

As you can see, the pattern is across many different outlets. Just as all the big "news" companies across the world get their political talking points handed down to them by the occultist creeps at the apex of the globalist power pyramid, they get their symbolic, cultural motifs and comms as well. 

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Thursday, August 4, 2022

Were the Neighbours finale producers being too clever by scarf?

I've now come to the conclusion that there's something deeply sinister about Australia's entire mainstream media industry. It's not just that it cranks out endless fake news stories, cultural Marxist cant and crap entertainment. It's a massive mind control system ultimately run by creepy occultists who are completely and utterly barking batshit mad -- as well as evil as. 

Neighbours in particular has been creeping me out big time. I don't know exactly what was going on behind the scenes all these years. But it wasn't good, I'm convinced of that

Another soapie in which evil was perpetrated behind a daggily benign exterior was Hey Dad! The star Robert Hughes has been released from jail recently, prompting the Failing Terrorgraph to describe him as "too clever by scarf". That particular story and the way it was presented suggested a whole plethora of rabbit holes

Speaking of scarves: there seem to have been an inordinate number of them in Neighbours and associated stories recently. It looks like those behind the long running soapie were -- to use the Sydney paper's phrase -- being much too clever with them. 

Take the article about how you can book a stay in an actual Ramsay Street house. Note the character's very long scarf and how he lovingly touches the red-bricked wall one last time. Walls are a Masonic image, remember. 

Another character wears a similar scarf in the actual finale. You can see it in this promo

The character played by Guy Pearce wears one as well. You can see it below, though it is obscured by his jacket in the shot. 

There may be other examples of scarf-wearing in the episode itself. I haven't watched it. But the fact that I encountered these examples merely browsing around the subject seems significant to me. There's something sinister about it because scarves are hung around the wearer's neck

All of those worn have colours in the red to pinky-purple range, too. And note the red heart-shaped package in the screenshot above. 

Of course in the context of the plot this is symbolic of the characters' love for each other. But I believe it means something very different to "those in the know". Same with this column by Michelle Obama

There has clearly been a massive uptick in the amount of heart-related imagery in the MSM in recent months. It seems that every second story has that word in the headline and/or body of the article. 

And if you look at that item above and watch the autoload video at the top, you'll see a scene in which a red balloon with a white heart symbol on it rises above the crowd then explodes in a shower of confetti, much of which is pinky-purple

To see what I think this might really about, please check out the video below. 

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