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Male alters

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Through witchcraft, total undetectable slaves who are demonically possessed are created (see Monarch slaves).

Female Monarch slaves are symbolised as having a ‘female alter’, which they showcase onscreen and elsewhere. These male alters represent the legions of demons that possess them.

Let’s take a look at some of them:

Fan Bingbing by Chen Man Esquire magazine 2009

Fan Bingbing, photographed by Chen Man for Esquire magazine in August 2009. The love heart on her chest represents the buttocks, symbolising ritual sodomy used to open the pineal gland and allow demons to possess slaves

Jessica Stam in a photoshoot from the April edition of Numéro China

Jessica Stam in a photoshoot from the April 2015 edition of Numéro China magazine. The mask on her right represents her male alter/the demons that possess her

Balloons symbolise the Monarch slave as a vessel or receptacle to receive the demons that possess them

Etymology of balloon:

(chemistry) A round vessel, usually with a short neck, to hold or receive whatever is distilled; a glass vessel of a spherical form.

Alcoholic beverages such as brandy, whisky, rum or arrack are called spirits and are obtained by distillation of wine — demons are spirits.

Pepa from Salt 'N' Pepa performing the song Independent on stage

Pepa from Salt-N-Pepa performing the song Independent on stage

Barbra Streisand in Yentl

Barbra Streisand in Yentl

Virna Lisi on the cover of Esquire magazine's March 1965 edition

Virna Lisi on the cover of Esquire magazine’s March 1965 edition. Virna is also symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’

Katy Perry in a half-tuxedo, half-prom dress outfit at the 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards

Linda Hunt played a male dwarf in 1982s The Year of Living Dangerously

Linda Hunt played a male dwarf in 1982s The Year of Living Dangerously

Beyoncé in the video for her song Upgrade You

Beyoncé in the video for her song Upgrade You

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the cover of Entertainment Weekly

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the cover of Entertainment Weekly

Julie Andrews in the 1982 Broadway musical Victor/Victoria

Julie Andrews in the 1982 Broadway musical Victor/Victoria

Jessica Simpson on the cover of Esquire magazine

Jessica Simpson on the cover of Esquire magazine

Taylor Swift in the music video for Style; the broken mirror fragment holds an image of her male alter

Taylor Swift in the music video for Style; the broken mirror fragment (a symbol of her shattered/fragmented mind) holds an image of her male alter/the demons that possess her

Sigourney Weaver

Tilda Swinton in Orlando (1982)

Tilda Swinton in Orlando (1982)

Amber Rose on the cover of her book How To Be A Bad Bitch. The man signifies her male alter: dead=doormant/sleeping alter

Amber Rose on the cover of her book How To Be A Bad Bitch. The man signifies her male alter. Amber is wielding a bow and arrow, identifying her as an assassin

Cate Blanchett as Bob Dylan in the 2007 film I'm Not There

Cate Blanchett as Bob Dylan in the 2007 film I’m Not There

Madonna in the video for her song Erotica

Madonna in the video for her song Erotica

Peta Wilson in La Femme Nikita (The Woman Nikita) (1997). Nikita is a Russian boy's name

Peta Wilson in the 1997-2001 Canadian television series La Femme Nikita (The Woman Nikita). Nikita is a Russian boy’s name. Peta plays the role of an assassin in the series, symbolising her Delta alter

Halle Berry on the cover of Esquire magazine November 2008

Halle Berry on the cover of Esquire magazine November 2008

Lady Gaga Candy magazine

Lady Gaga on the cover of Candy magazine; the scorpion on her breast represents the demons that possess her: “They had tails with stingers, like scorpions, and in their tails they had power to torment people for five months.” Revelation 9:10

Katharine Hepburn in Sylvia Scarlett (1935)

Katharine Hepburn in Sylvia Scarlett (1935)

 

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen; from left Dorian Gray, Captain Nemo, Allan Quatermain, Mina Harker, Rodney Skinner and Tom Sawyer

Extraordinary Gentlemen; from left Dr. Henry Jekyll, Dorian Gray, Captain Nemo, Allan Quatermain, Mina Harker, Rodney Skinner and Tom Sawyer

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is a 2003 historical fantasy film that features famous contemporary, science fiction and adventure characters.

Let us examine these characters and their symbolism:

allan quatermain

Allan Quatermain, an adventurer and former hunter, is a Moonchild. This fact is evidenced at the end of the movie, when Allan, having died from a fatal wound, is resurrected by a shaman who dances around his grave (see Making of a Moon Child).

Captain Nemo

Captain Nemo

Captain Nemo is a pirate and scientific genius (in Latin, Nemo means ‘Nobody’), also known as Prince Dakkar. He is a demon that has shape-shifted into human form, a fact provided by his debut appearance in the 1954 film Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea — a metaphor for the Abyss/Hell (see Aliens are Demons!).

dorian gray

Dorian Gray, a wealthy gentleman, is a Monarch slave (see Monarch slaves and Duality/Black Mass).  The painting represents Dorian’s alter personas or the demons that possess him. While Dorian does not grow old, the painting decays, representing the evil, cruelty, amorality, immorality, vileness, foulness and deviance of the demons. Dorian not aging symbolises that it is not Dorian that commits all the nefarious acts for which he becomes infamous — the acts are carried out by the demons that possess him.

Dorian Gray's painting

Dorian Gray’s painting

JekyllAndHyde

Dr. Henry Jekyll, a medical doctor, is also a Monarch slave, whose vile and evil alter personas or the demons that possess him is represented by Mr. Edward Hyde, an ape-like creature.

Mina-Harker-The-League-of-Extraordinary-Gentlemen

Mina Harker, a school mistress, is a vampire — vampires are a myth created by the ruling elite, who are Nephilim and hunt humans in order to drink their blood to supplement an iron deficiency (see Pagan gods, Hell’s Gate, Naivasha, Kenya, Bigfoot and the Yeti and Your Blood, Your Life).

rodney skinner

Rodney Skinner, a thief, is the Invisible Man; he is also a Monarch slave — Monarch slaves are dysfunctional lunatics who are demonically possessed and spiritually bound, rendering the real self invisible.

tom sawyer

Tom Sawyer is an American Secret Service Agent. He is a transhuman — a skilled fighter both unarmed and with pistols (see Transhumanism and Cyborgism).