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The Hidden Symbolism of “Stranger Things”

The Hidden Symbolism of “Stranger Things”

The immensely popular series Stranger Things puts in the forefront of popular culture the disturbing world of MKULTRA, mixed with a heavy those of fantasy and science fiction. Through its story and symbolism, the series tell a deeper truth about its subject matter, one that not many might believe or accept. We’ll look at the deeper meaning of Stranger Things. Warning: Monumental spoilers ahead! Praised for its gripping story and stellar acting, Stranger Things quickly became a monster hit. Starring a group of Dungeon & Dragons playing kids who bike around their neighborhood while communicating on their Realistic™ walkie-talkies, the series brought a heavy dose of eighties nostalgia with a rare authenticity. More importantly, Stranger Things also brought to the forefront of popular culture a subject that has been taboo for decades: The world of MKULTRA and its horrifying practices. (If you don’t know about MKULTRA, please read this article first).Continuously opposing truth with fiction, the horror of reality with the bliss of fantasy, the ugliness of mankind with the innocence of children, Stranger Things has a strong dualistic undertone. This is epitomized by the fact that the adventure takes place on two separate realms, the “real world” and the “Upside Down,” a dark, evil version of reality. Although separate, these realms are connected through a gateway, one that nearly nobody knows about. The existence of this gateway is hidden from the public, yet affects it in several ways. Stranger Things is about how those who rule us are involved in “stranger things” than most can even fathom. Through its story, characters and symbolism, it reveals the darker side of the elite … some of it. Let’s take a deeper look at the story. Between Reality and Fiction The series begin with four friends, Mike, Will, Dustin and Lucas, playing Dungeons & Dragons. Mike, the dungeon master, sets up the premise of his friends’ quest. He also sets up the premise of the entire series. “Something is coming. Something hungry for blood. A shadow grows on the wall behind you, swallowing you in darkness. It is almost here.”Mike’s Dungeon & Dragons campaign lasts almost ten hours. The first season of Stranger Things lasts almost ten hours.While the boys are ultimately faced with the horrifying world of government mind control, their adventure is constantly compared to a Dungeons & Dragons quest. Will, the boy who gets abducted by the government, is the wizard of the party. The strength of wizards reside in their minds as they are capable of magic and other paranormal things such as teleportation and telekinesis. As we’ll see later, this is what Theta MKULTRA programming is about. In this sense, the dark, disturbing aims of the occult elite is directly contrasted with the innocence and playfulness of children.Will’s being abducted by the government is likened to the wizard stuck in the Vale of Shadows with the Demogorgon.Essentially, the series’ creators are the dungeon masters taking the viewers on a 10-hour quest. But while D&D is about fantasy, the events happening in Stranger Things are based on some very strange things that actually happened. Based on the Montauk Project “Honey, we have to trust them. This is our government. They’re on our side.”Considering happens in the series, the quote above, said by a clueless father, takes on a deeply ironic meaning. The story indeed describes a shadow government that exists no matter who is in office and that evolves entirely out of public view, partaking in programs, experiments and missions that are completely beyond public knowledge, while controlling the country’s entire resources and networks. In Stranger Things, the main organizations named are the CIA, the NSA and the Department of Energy.The MK programming site and the gateway to the ‘Upside Down’ are located in a National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy.The actual U.S. Department of Energy is one of those gigantic organizations that are massively funded by the federal government (it received 24 billion dollars in 2014) and operates a massive infrastructure all over the country. Yet, very few people truly know what happens inside those laboratories. The United States Department of Energy (DOE) is a Cabinet-level department of the United States Government concerned with the United States’ policies regarding energy and safety in handling nuclear material. Its responsibilities include the nation’s nuclear weapons program, nuclear reactor production for the United States Navy, energy conservation, energy-related research, radioactive waste disposal, and domestic energy production. It also directs research in genomics; the Human Genome Project originated in a DOE initiative. DOE sponsors more research in the physical sciences than any other U.S. federal agency, the majority of which is conducted through its system of National Laboratories.– WikipediaStranger Things takes place in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, where a National Laboratory acts as a MKULTRA programming site. It is interesting to note that the series’ original title was Montauk and that it was supposed to take place in Montauk, NY. For those who have done some research on CIA mind control, this name should ring a bell. Montauk is the site of Camp Hero, the military base where the infamous and widely speculated Montauk Project took place. The events on Long Island have come to be known as The Montauk Project. This phrase refers to a series of top-secret experiments in mind control, time travel, psychotronics, and the creation of black holes. These experiments were based out of an old Air Force radar station, or more accurately, in a vast complex hidden in the earth beneath this radar station. The military focused the efforts of the Montauk Project primarily on mind control experimentation. They gathered young males with psychic sensitivity, and in some cases, they supposedly even kidnapped these test subjects. These boys would sit in a specially developed chair aimed at enhancing their latent psychic abilities. This chair was being blasted with energy waves that allowed scientists to control their young subjects’ minds. Amazingly, it was discovered that the most adept of these young psychics were able to focus on objects so intensely that the objects would momentarily physically materialize. (…) According to legend, the base actually lost its funding in the late 1960s because the radar technology was obsolete, but was open until 1983. The area is now a New York state park, but the buildings are intact and radar equipment remains standing. Also, from what I learned, what is really strange is that while the government gave the land to the state, it still owns the land beneath the base. Apparently there are many levels beneath ground that were used for research and the base was really a cover-up. Some people say that is absolutely documented that there is a subterranean city beneath the base that is still being used today by secret branches of the military. People say that the radar equipment was built as a cover up so that the military could conduct experiments in time travel and mind control and this is what all the electronics equipment was for. The Montauk Air Force Station was said to have carried out numerous terrible experiments in cooperation with many research laboratories on Long Island. Apparently, this base was also in cooperation with Mitchell Air Force Base on Long Island.– Weird US, Military Mayhem in Montauk, Long IslandCamp Hero Base in Montauk, NY.The creators of Stranger Things were clearly inspired by the Montauk project “legend”. The creators however ultimately chose to base the series in a fictional town in Indiana. While the location is different, the same shadow government is behind the action in Stranger Things.Inside the National Laboratory, phone calls made by citizens are monitored.The government uses Hawkins Power and Light trucks to move around the community unnoticed, while they tap into phones and search houses.While the MKULTRA project was supposedly killed in the 1970s, it is still going strong in Stranger Things.In Stranger Things, the shadow government takes all of the necessary steps to cover its tracks: It spies on citizens, kills those who know too much (making it look like suicide), fakes the death of abducted children, and hinders investigators searching for the truth.  In short, the shadow government operates above the law and supersedes all levels of government. Jim Hopper, the chief of police of Dawkins, slowly uncovers the scheme of the federal government. “I know you do experiments on kidnapped little kids whose parents’ brains you’ve turned to mush. And I know you went a little too far this time”.Things definitely go too far. Not unlike what is claimed about the Montauk project, the experiments at the National Laboratory in Stranger Things lead to the opening of a gateway to a dark dimension and the spawning of a faceless monster. Tapping into the darkest forces on Earth never leads to good things. The Upside Down and the Demogorgon The intense and dangerous experiments at the National Laboratory engender the creation of a portal leading to the Upside Down – a dark, evil version of the real world. The kids compare it to the Vale of Shadows in Dungeons & Dragons. “It is a place of decay and death. A place out of phase. A place of monsters. It is right next to you and you don’t even see it.”The portal leading this other dimension is so powerful that it alters the magnetic field of the area around it, causing compasses to point away from true North. Symbolically, this represents how the occult elite’s dealings are indirectly affecting the entire population. The actual world of MKULTRA taps into the metaphysical realm, the esoteric and the occult – and not for benevolent purposes. Constantly and intensely drawing power from dark forces ultimately unleashes byproducts, which have an effect on the unsuspecting masses. In short, people lose their “true North”. In Stranger Things, the byproduct that emerges from the Upside Down is faceless monster – a creature the kids dub “Demogorgon”.Demogorgon abducts children and takes them to the Upside Down.Although this monster is pure science fiction fodder, it symbolically represents the beastly, monstrous side of the “scientific” experiments of the occult elite. Attracted by the blood of children, Demogorgon makes them disappear from the surface of the Earth and takes them to Upside Down, which represents the dark, evil, dissociated world of the occult elite. When describing Demogorgon, the characters of the series all say that “it has no face” (much like the real-world MK system has no face). The name given to this monster, Demogorgon, is significant. It refers to a powerful demonic force: In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, Demogorgon is a powerful demon prince. He is known as the Prince of Demons, a self-proclaimed title he holds by virtue of his power and influence, which, in turn, is a title acknowledged by both mortals and his fellow demons.– WikipediaThe origins of the word Demogorgon itself refers to an evil entity mentioned by occult scholars. Demogorgon is a name used to refer to a pagan deity or demon, associated with the underworld and envisaged as a powerful primordial being, whose very name had been taboo.– Ibid.In the series, Demogorgon represents the satanic elite that feeds on the blood of innocents, abducting children and using them to gain power. At one point, Brenner, the MK handler, says a significant phrase: “Six … six … six people have been taken this week.”Although this appears random, Brenner does repeat the word “six” three times while referring to those who were abducted in Hawkins. It is a coded way of saying that the missing children are fed to the 666 system? One thing is for sure, Will Byers is one of them.Trapped in the Upside Down, Will Byers is progressively being taken over by a disgusting thing penetrating his body. Another child being destroyed by the MK system.Another victim of the system is Eleven, an MK slave who was abducted at birth. 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Beyoncé’s Performance at the 2016 VMAs Was a Twisted Occult Ritual

Beyoncé’s Performance at the 2016 VMAs Was a Twisted Occult Ritual

Beyoncé’s performance at the 2016 VMAs was a medley of her latest offering “Lemonade”. Not unlike the visual album itself, the performance featured occult symbolism while pushing more of the race wars agenda. The 2016 VMAs did not bring much excitement to music fans – just a bunch of stale and predictable songs performed by a bunch of stale and predictable pop stars. However, Beyoncé’s performance, with its length, scope and grandeur clearly stood out from the rest. It was as if the people at MTV made sure that all of “oohs” and the “ahhs” were reserved for Beyoncé who, once again, had to be the queen of the show. Music awards likes the VMAs know exactly what the news headlines will be the following day. And, this year, it had to be about Beyoncé. Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade contains a bunch of symbols and messages the elite wants the population to absorb and the VMAs made sure that it was properly celebrated. As I described in my article The Occult Meaning of Beyoncé’s “Lemonade”, the visual album is replete with occult symbolism placing Beyoncé in a dark and transformative ritual while bringing her legions of fans to follower her. Where is she taking her fans? Let’s look at the performance.More Lemonade Beyoncé’s VMA performance recreated most of the ritualistic elements of Lemonade, complete with the same color codes. It was however shorter, and more obvious.The performance began in classic ritualistic fashion: Beyoncé and her ladies dressed in virginal white garments representing purity and innocence.The occult elite’s rituals are about soiling purity and innocence in order to bring about dark metaphysical change. One by one, the girls around Beyoncé get shot and die, falling in a pool of red light.In the end, everyone is dead except her. She is the “chosen one”. A hooded man marches towards her.The hooded man brings Beyoncé forward and lets her go, as if saying “This is the path you must take”.While some claim that this hooded figure represented Trayvon Martin (who wore a hoodie when he got shot), the symbolism goes clearly deeper than that. This man who guides Beyoncé to the next stage of her performance represents those who guide Beyoncé to the next stages of her career. He represents the occult elite, those who put her in the spotlight and make sure she gets all of the spotlight. Of course, all of the spotlight comes at a price.After the stage of purity (white), ritual sacrifice (red) comes occult transformation (black). Beyoncé is now doing what the industry expects from her – shaking her booty. The good girl has gone bad – the industry’s favorite narrative.In the first scene, the ladies dressed in white dresses getting shot is said to represent the killing of Black people at the hand of police. But the symbolism goes deeper than this. If you’ve read previous articles on Vigilant Citizen, you already know that the occult elite’s rituals are coded in three colors: White, red and black. And this is exactly what happens here. Beyoncé is not “taking a stand” against anything, she is taking part of a twisted ritual that mixes the occult elite’s obsession with blood sacrifice with the actual suffering of real people in the real world. In short, she is on the side of those who actually allow these horrors to happen: The elite.A few years ago, Beyoncé appeared at the Grammy awards surrounded by police in riot gear – effectively pushing the police state agenda. Her “opinion” is whatever “They” decide what agenda needs to be pushed.As the performance progresses, Beyoncé is given a fur coat representing the material gains given to puppets of the industry.Now that Beyoncé has been selected as a “leader of her people” (as if mass media allowed anybody else in the spotlight), she starts giving orders. Indeed, during the appropriately named Formation she says: “Now all my ladies get in formation”And, of course, her ladies do.Apparently, ladies should blindly follow Beyoncé’s orders. They lay down around her.As the camera pans out, we realize that the ladies formed a symbol. Well, two of them.The performance ends with the ladies forming the Venus symbol representing the female sex. Or is it?On second look, we realize that symbol is separated in two distinct figures: An open circle and an inverted cross. While people in the crowd are in tears, giving a standing ovation, they are actually clapping to an inverted cross, the symbol of satanism. This final moment sums up Beyoncé’s entire performance: A twisted and deceptive display filled with double meanings that end up telling the viewers: I’m on their side, not yours.Source link
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The “Viral” KENZO World Ad Actually Celebrates Illuminati Mind Control

The “Viral” KENZO World Ad Actually Celebrates Illuminati Mind Control

Directed by industry veteran Spike Jonze, the new KENZO World ad is loaded with Illuminati mind control symbolism and ends with a weird tribute to the All Seeing Eye. Are they selling a perfume … or celebrating the occult elite’s system? Ranking up millions of views in a couple of weeks, the Spike Jonze-directed KENZO ad quickly reached “viral” status and received widespread praise in mass media. Lauded for its “super cool” choreography, the ad features Margaret Qualley engaging into what appears to be a mix of dancing, having a seizure and being possessed by a demon – all at the same time. The four-minutes long ad ends with a scene that makes one say: “They’re really putting their Illuminati symbolism right in our faces, aren’t they?”. Yet most people still do not see it. Kenzo This French brand has always had a strong penchant for using Monarch mind control symbolism in their advertising campaigns. Here are some examples.A head full of butterflies = Mind taken over by Monarch programming.Creepy hands as puppet master = MK handler.Hands pinning down MK slaves who are wearing All-Seeing Eyes all over.Going “through the looking glass” – an Alice in Wonderland reference used in MK programming to represent dissociation.Surrounded by eyes but can’t see anything = Being an MK slave.Considering Kenzo’s love for MK symbolism, is it surprising to see their viral loaded with it?  Let’s look at the ad. Praise the EyeThe ad begins with Margaret sitting in what appears to be an awards ceremony. She looks awkward and uncomfortable. Notice the “eye-themed” necklace worn by the woman on the left – a foreshadowing of what’s to come.Margaret feels the urge to leave the room.For a few seconds, Margaret looks sad. She even sheds a tear.Her facial expression then changes and Margaret starts “dancing” to loud music.Most of the choreography physically expresses being taken over by another force.Most might think that this ad is about a young girl who is bored and uncomfortable with her uptight surroundings. She therefore leaves, lets loose and allows herself to be herself for a while. There is however more to this. Is this girl really “being herself” or is she being taken over by something else (which is the exact opposite of “being herself”)? After the takeover, Margaret apparently loses her inhibitions and engages in things MK slaves are programmed to do.After “arguing” with this head, Margaret licks it, representing the loss of sexual inhibition of Beta slaves (Sex Kitten programming).Also notice Margaret’s bracelet.Margaret is wearing the symbol of the All-Seeing Eye inside a triangle, the favorite symbol of the occult elite. She is a slave.Margaret then walks up the stairs and sees a guy standing around, minding his own business.She goes up to him and immediately breaks his neck. Wow, that was so cool. I love random murder.Margaret then flexes her muscles as if saying: “I just killed someone but its OK because I am strong confident woman and I am being myself right now”. Coincidentally enough, murdering people with great efficiency and without remorse is typical of Delta slaves (Killer programming).Margaret then starts shooting lasers with her fingers, destroying a bunch of stuff she does not own. Its OK because she is being herself right now.Coincidentally enough, using brain power as a weapon is typical of Theta slaves (psychic programming).Margaret then spazzes out for a while, clearly showing that she has no control over her body.Margaret then engages in another typical activity of MK slaves: Performing for the masses to then become a sacrifice.The scene above is reminiscent of the movie Black Swan (read my article about it here) where a ballet dancer becomes “possessed” by an entity which makes her a great dancer but that ultimately kills her. Margaret then goes outside where she meets the symbol representing what is controlling her.Facing a giant All-Seeing Eye, Margaret wails her arms feverishly. It is as if the entity controlling her is forcing her to praise the eye.She then lifts up in the air and goes through the eye. That eye has extreme power over her.So, this ad for a perfume features a woman being controlled by the occult elite and engaging into typical MK slaves activities. It ends with a near-religious tribute to a gigantic eye, yet most reactions to this video is “Wow, that was cool”. Not unlike the models seen above, the world is surrounded by the All-Seeing eye, but almost nobody is seeing it.Buy the symbol of the elite and spray it all over you. Source link
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Meet the people who believe the Earth is flat

Meet the people who believe the Earth is flat

By Alexis Kleinman via Tech.MicOne version of the flat Earth modelSource: Philip StallingsWhen Malachi Henderson went skydiving a few weeks ago, he noticed that the Earth looked flat, even from the plane. He mentioned it to the pilot. “The higher you get, the flatter it looks,” the pilot replied. Henderson wasn’t surprised: The pilot’s response was evidence of something he’d been researching for years. Flat Earthers have a wide range of convictions. Some come to the movement from a religious place, others from a scientific one. But most believe in one simple principle: that NASA and everyone involved in space exploration are liars and that there is a massive conspiracy to hide the fact that the Earth is flat. Mic spoke with four flat Earthers from across the country, representing a range of ages and religious backgrounds: Henderson, a 34-year-old bartender; Patrice, 57, a business owner from Florida; Walt Johnson, a 49-year-old disabled former disk jockey from Louisiana; and Ben Long, in his 20s. These are their stories. Continue Reading @ Tech.Mic – – –Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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Why There Are No Blast Craters Under the Lunar Module

Why There Are No Blast Craters Under the Lunar Module

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Scientists Just Say No to ‘Chemtrails’ Conspiracy Theory

Scientists Just Say No to ‘Chemtrails’ Conspiracy Theory

By Henry Fountain via The New York TimesContrails, or condensation trails, left by jet aircraft streak across the sky over Santa Fe, N.M.Credit Robert Alexander/Archive Photos, via Getty ImagesConspiracy theories can be stubborn, particularly in the echo chamber of the internet. One persistent belief in some quarters is that the government — or business, perhaps — is deploying a fleet of jet aircraft to spray chemicals into the sky to control the population, food supply or other things. As evidence, they point to what they call “chemtrails,” which are more commonly known as contrails, or condensation trails, produced at high altitudes as water vapor in jet engine exhaust condenses and freezes. Adding fuel to the chemtrails theory is the fact that there are a few legitimate reasons for atmospheric spraying — “seeding” clouds to make rain, for example — and in recent years there has been some research on the idea of spraying chemicals as a potential way to fight global warming. But now, scientists have become more organized in their efforts to shoot down the idea, conducting a peer-reviewed study in Environmental Research Letters that debunks chemtrails supporters’ claims. The goal, the researchers say, is not so much to change the minds of hard-core believers, but to provide a rebuttal — the kind that would show up in a Google search — to persuade other people to steer clear of this idea. Steven J. Davis, a climate scientist at the University of California, Irvine, said he had the idea for the study after a conversation with a salesman at a mattress store. When the man found out what he did for a living, Dr. Davis said, “he had very serious questions about what we were going to do about the chemtrails problem.” Dr. Davis said that when he got home, he searched the internet for peer-reviewed studies on the conspiracy theory, but found none. The theory has been popularized on websites that display photographs of contrails but are described instead as chemtrails that persist in the atmosphere and contain harmful chemicals like strontium, barium and aluminum. Continue Reading @ The New York Times . . .Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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Happy Chemtrails to You: Scientists Debunk Fringe Theory | HowStuffWorks NOW

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The Secret History of Majestic 12

The Secret History of Majestic 12

These purported UFO documents changed the course of the culture of UFO belief. by Brian Dunning via skeptoidRead transcript below or listen here The Majestic 12 documents are the Holy Bible of UFO enthusiasts. These documents, which appear to be declassified official US government memos written in 1947, confirm everything believed by many in the UFO community: that the United States knows all about aliens visiting the Earth in their flying saucers. Many say the documents are a hoax; others say the hoax claimants are all a part of the coverup. But no matter what’s true, Majestic 12 has had a major impact on the entire course of UFO belief in popular culture. Today we’re going to see if we can learn where they came from. In December of 1984, a manila envelope dropped through the mail slot in the front door of Jaime Shandera, a writer and UFO researcher. It contained a roll of 35mm film. The postmark on the envelope told him little; it was from Albuquerque, New Mexico, but there was no return address or indication of who might have sent it or what it was. Shandera called his partner in UFO research, author Bill Moore. They developed the film, and found that each frame was a photograph of a page of a document. Printed out, it formed what’s become known as the Majestic 12 documents, usually abbreviated MJ-12.The purported secret committee called ‘Majestic 12’. (wikipedia)The document purported to be a memo written in 1952 by the director of the CIA, advising President Eisenhower of the existence of a group of twelve scientists and military officials who were assembled in 1947 on the orders of President Truman to investigate the crash of the flying saucer in Roswell. The memo advised the President of the importance of the Majestic 12 group, and suggested that the project be continued. Moore and Shandera decided to keep the documents secret, sharing them only with a select few UFO researchers, including Stanton Friedman, the original author of the Roswell mythology. Word began to leak out to the UFO community that some documents existed, but Moore, Shandera, and Friedman weren’t sharing. In 1986, an anonymous source described the documents to British UFO author Jenny Randles, but she declined them. In 1987, the documents were received anonymously by another British UFO author, Timothy Good. He published them in his book Above Top Secret. Moore realized the time for secrecy was past, and he went public with them at a UFO conference in June of that year. Suddenly everyone knew about MJ-12, and even the mainstream media reported on them. Skeptical UFO author Philip Klass sent a copy of the documents to the FBI, which immediately investigated their authenticity. In their report dated December 1988, the FBI stated: The Office of Special Investigations, US Air Force, advised on November 30, 1988, that the document was fabricated. Copies of that document have been distributed to various parts of the United States. The document is completely bogus.Of course, even if the document was authentic, its widespread public availability might well persuade the government to claim that it is bogus. How is one to know? A useful exercise might be to look at the wider context in which the document was delivered to UFO authors. Continue Reading @ Skeptoid – – –Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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