Saturday, December 24, 2022

Standup steps down

I've often mentioned a bizarre phenomonon in which people with names like Luke and Lucy feature in MSM articles inordinately often. The only thing that seems to explain it is that they are shout-outs to Lucifer, the fallen angel. That's why you'll often see imagery that evokes falling from the sky in the articles themselves or close to them on the page

Please check out this video about how several stories within a month and a half featured a little girl called Lucy at the top of family photos. FFS, what are the odds

I've seen plenty more examples right across the MSM. This is not an isolated phenomenon

Here's another case in point: Comedian Judith Lucy has retired from standup comedy. 

Maybe this was an entirely organic event. But I wouldn't be surprised if it was engineered somehow. In any case, it's newsworthy. Given that she hails from Perth, the story featured in both the West Australian and Perth Now. 

Note how they've chosen the photo in which she's wearing the magenta top. That colour theme is often associated with this pattern. 

I think the falling imagery is implied by this standup stepping down from the stage and bowing out of the spotlight. 

It's not as obviously symbolic as other examples, and I've shown plenty of those. However it still fits the pattern. 

This is a screenshot from the ABC piece she wrote about her reasons for quitting. Again, it includes a colour in the pinky-purple range. Look closely at the photo credit.

It says "Luke Tribe". So there's another Luke and Lucy and in the same shot. Twofer! 

There is no way that this happened by chance. This is what I mean when I say that these are symbolic incantations. 

It's like they're tryna cast spells; to summon forces -- or in this case, the notorious fallen angel himself. 

I'm no expert on the occult. But I do know that hexes come with very specific instructions. For them to work the witches and warlocks have to put their talismen together in a very specific way and repeat chants exactly as ordered by those ranking above them in the coven hierarchy.

In a small and subtle way, I think that's kinda what they're doing here and in the many examples I've collated from the Failing Terrorgraph

Note that this item is from their ABC, which is the polar opposite of Rupert's rags on so many issues. So this is not about the ol' Left versus Right conflict. It reveals the batshit Luciferian cult that dominates across the entire MSM on the editorial level and above. As Breitbart said, politics is downstream from culture

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Friday, December 9, 2022

Lucy on the slide with omens

I have written before about how I believe that a batshit Luciferian cult is ultimately running the MSM. By that I mean that the members are very high in the power pyramid, not everyone who works in the field. 

It seems that these creepy control-freaks are very anxious these days, which is why they keep dropping their beloved symbols into the outlets they own and control. 

One of the most frequently seen patterns is clearly meant to evoke Lucifer. In it, people with names that are similar (such as Luke and Lucy) are featured in stories. Other occult elite obsessions (such as blood) are included in these items or ones nearby on the page

Two classic examples are described in this video. In the first a celebrity chef called Luke is seen high up on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The headline evokes heaven, and a story about a high flying banker falling from grace is adjacent to it. The story below both is about a bicyclist involved in a crash. 

When combined these elements clearly evoke the notorious fallen angel. They really like this chef because of his name and the fact that he's a mover and shaker and therefore newsworthy in the traditional sense. So they did pretty much the same thing featuring him in another issue

The woke editor is an equal opportunity employer because the other example in the video above features a little girl called Lucy. She's at the apex of a family photo, with other headlines that evoke falling nearby on the page. 

There have been several other examples that are remarkably similar. These are described in the video embedded below. 

This is one of the most recent ones. It was in the Failing Terrorgraph on November 26. Note how the spread includes a "blue dog", which is another symbol seen often in the creepy lie factory

As you can see, the girl in the most elevated postion is called Lucy. She's sitting atop a slide, a structure that you "fall" down. 

They've even chosen one that is pinky-purple. And they really love that colour for its symbolism.

Then there's her sister called Ruby who wears a T-shirt with a heart symbol

Note the two dogs and how they have ginger fur. That's another recurring motif

I don't know how they could have managed to get so many of their favourite elements into the same photo. Are the parents occultists themselves? That's possible but I doubt it ... Perhaps the photographer makes suggestions about what should be worn by the subjects beforehand? 

Sometimes I even wonder if these people are real. Do they generate them with AI? Obviously that's unlikely but I wouldn't be surprised if that's what they're doing. 

In any case think of the insane amount of care and attention to detail they put into this one story. And all for an effect that the vast majority of the readership would be completely unaware of.

Please check out the other examples below. You'll see there's a real pattern.

So the question is: What's behind it? 

My theory that these are all shout-outs to Lucifer seems to be the most plausible given the context. But I am definitely open to other explanations. Please feel free to include them in comments. 

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