Delta is used to symbolise Monarch slaves who are assassins (see Monarch slaves and Celebrity Knighthood/Damehood).
Monarch slaves are demonically possessed, and the demons become their alter personas that control them and carry out various missions.
Olive is a code word used to summon a demon to carry out a killing. ‘In the bottle’ connotes ‘walled’ or inactive, ‘out’ connotes active — Christina Aguilera’s song titled Genie in a Bottle advertises her as an assassin.
Christina Aguilera in the music video for Genie In A Bottle. A genie is a demon
An excerpt from the lyrics:
If you wanna be with me
Baby there’s a price to pay
I’m a genie in a bottle
You gotta rub me the right way
(I’m a genie in a bottle baby
Gotta rub me the right way honey
I’m a genie in a bottle baby
Come come, come on and let me out)
‘A price to pay‘ means she is an assassin for hire, with payment being made to her handlers/puppet masters.
‘Rub me the right way‘ is code for activate. A genie is another word for a demon; demonic possession is what makes a Monarch slave. Each alter persona is a different demon, and this why Monarch slaves are able to converse in multiple languages, even ancient languages, known to demons.
Celebrities who are Monarch slaves are presented as assassins, warriors and spies in movies and magazines, which serve as a craigslist for potential clients.
The mascot/identifier of assassins are guns, swords and martial arts.
Let’s take a look at some of them:
Geena Davis plays Samantha Caine and her alter persona Charly Baltimore in Long Kiss Goodnight
Angelina Jolie in Wanted
Alec Baldwin in Miami Blues
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Mr and Mrs Smith
Jason Statham in the Transporter film series
In the 2005 film Revolver, Jason plays the role of Jake Green, who spends seven years in jail in isolation. His cell is between that of a con man on one side and a chess master on the other. The three communicate and play chess via notes placed in books borrowed from the prison library. When he is released from prison, he finds his companions have already left. These two mysterious strangers, Zach (played by Vincent Pastore) and Avi (played by André Benjamin) materialise in Green’s life at just such moments when they are in a position to save it.
Revolver is a movie about a Monarch slave. The stint in prison represents the period of torture — isolation = trauma-based abuse to cause madness. Avi and Zach are the demons that possess him. The casino boss, Dorothy Macha (played by Ray Liotta) is also one of Jake’s alter personas/demons; as is the little girl at the final confrontation between Jake and Macha.
When Jake tries to kill Macha represents Jake trying to break free of his demonic possession; when Macha tries to kill the little girl represents the demons trying to get Jake to commit suicide.
Gene Simmons on the cover of Tokyo Journal
Michelle Yeoh in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Zhang Ziyi in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Denzel Washington in The Manchurian Candidate (see Skyfall, a short analysis)
James Bond actors: Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan
Matt Damon as Jason Bourne in the Bourne film series
Antonio Banderas in Assassins
Keanu Reeves in John Wick
Mike Myers in the Austin Powers film series
Tila Tequila, photographed for Stuff magazine in April 2006
Tom Cruise in the Mission: Impossible film series
Jet Li in the movie Hero. He plays the character ‘Nameless’, which is code for a demon or Satan (also Captain Nemo (Nemo is Latin for ‘Nobody’) in League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and ‘He who must not be named’ — Lord — Voldemort in the Harry Potter series)
(see League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, ‘Lord’ is a title for Satan and The Great Deception)
Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu in the 2000 film Charlie’s Angels
Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith and Farrah Fawcett in Charlie’s Angels, an American television series (1976-1981)
Jackie Chan in Who Am I?
Steven Seagal in Hard To Kill
Jean-Claude Van Damme in Sudden Death
Milla Jovovich, photographed by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia
Bruce Willis in Die Hard
Michael Dudikoff in Avenging Force
Chuck Norris in The Delta Force
Mel Gibson in the Lethal Weapon film series
Sylvester Stallone in Rambo: First Blood II
Kevin Costner in 3 Days To Kill
Sarah Palin on the cover of Newsweek magazine
Chow Yun-Fat in The Killer
Ken Watanabe in The Last Samurai
Then we have tattoos, music videos and stage performances:
Brad Pitt on the cover of GQ Italy in October 2007
Brad Pitt, photographed by Steven Klein for Interview magazine in October 2012
Madonna on stage in Denver, Colorado, 2012. The animal print bra identifies her as a prostitute
Lady Gaga in Milan as part of her 2012 Born This Way tour
Boy George on the catwalk for London Fashion Week in September 2007. Note the whistle on his lips; whistling or blowing is a common ritual imagery where the breath is spirit/demon, it is a ritual invocation of demons to possess a Monarch slave. Also note the hexagram, signifying that a hex or curse has been placed on the slave. The ‘peace sign’ or ‘V sign’ is a Satanic signal (see Satanic Hand Signs)
Michael Jackson in the music video for Smooth Criminal
Beyoncé in the music video for Video Phone
In Greek, the letter Delta in uppercase looks like a triangle: Δ
will.i.am; note the triangle formed by his haircut — signifying Delta
Mark Morrison; the chain is a symbol of his enslavement