Peter Pan is used to symbolise how Monarch slaves have been stripped of their free will (see Monarch slaves).
Monarch slaves are demonically possessed and these demons become their alter personas that control them.
The mascot/identifier of Peter Pan is a white glove. The glove represents both the right and left hands.
The right hand symbolically represents a person’s actions:
“If your right eye causes you to stumble, gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell. And if your right hand causes you to stumble, cut it off and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to go into hell.” Matthew 5:29-30
The eye symbolises free will, decision and thought — to ‘gouge out’ the right eye means to prevent the thought from becoming an action; to ‘cut off’ the right hand means to prevent the action from becoming a habit. A habit is represented by the right foot.
Monarch slaves are demonically possessed lunatics, whose identity and free will have been stolen by the demons that become their alter personas and mimic their voice and mannerisms and perform all their actions.
The left hand symbolises the ‘Hand of Glory’ — which is the severed, dried and pickled hand of a man who has been hanged, often specified as being the left hand in European folklore. This also represents the free will of Monarch slaves, which has been ‘severed’, since their actions are performed by the demons that possess them.
Hand of Glory
Let’s take a look at where the white glove appears:
Michael’s handlers kept him imprisoned at Neverland Ranch in California, USA, and spread rumours that he was stuck at a certain stage of childhood and, therefore, related to young boys, played with them, had sleepovers and sodomised them. However, these are all lies. Michael was NOT a paedophile, he was a demonically possessed Monarch slave (see Thriller: A celebration of Michael Jackson’s demonic possession). Neverland represents the dissociative state of Monarch slaves, who are spiritually bound by the demons that possess them.
Lady Gaga; the ears identify her as a spy
Miley Cyrus at the 2013 MTV-VMAs; the protruding tongue is linked to flame, fire, fertility, sexual power and spiritual power
Hugh Laurie on the cover of Entertainment Weekly
Madonna at the 2014 Grammy Awards
Melody Thornton (Pussycat Dolls)
David Duchovny in Zoolander; zoolander = oozland = oz land = Land of Oz/Land of Osiris (see Secrets of Fairytales)
Annette Funicello on the cover of Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse Club comic book, 1950s
Lily Allen on stage; the purple hair signifies dissociation
Jamie Bochert, photographed for Vogue Italia
Kim Kardashian on the cover of Hia magazine