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Prostitute/Whore

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Red hair is synonymous with the Scarlet Woman that Satanist/Freemason Aleister Crowley identified as the goddess of his religion, Thelema (Babalon or Semiramis, Queen of Babylon and the Whore of Babylon, is the goddess of Thelema). The Scarlet Woman represents the female sexual impulse and liberated woman. Red hair is also traditionally associated with prostitutes:

L’Oréal Paris Récital Préférence 6.66 Babylon Intense Red hair colourant; 666 is the number of the name of the beast (Revelation 13:18)

Most celebrities are Monarch slaves who are demonically possessed dysfunctional maniacs, and are used as sex slaves for hire by their handlers (see Monarch slaves, Beta Kittens and Alice in Wonderland).

The mascot/identifier of the prostitute/whore is red hair:

Chaka Khan

Kristen Stewart

Jared Leto

Snooki

Beyoncé

Kerli

Selena Gomez

Sharon Osbourne

Nicki Minaj

Eve

Kelis

Britney Spears in the music video for Toxic

Emma Stone

Cher

Monica Bellucci in Malèna

Rihanna

Kurt Cobain

Willow Smith

Katy Perry

Ariana Grande

Lil’ Kim

Julia Roberts

Nicole Kidman

Dita Von Teese; the leopard print background identifies her as a sex slave

Kim Kardashian

Kirsten Dunst

Rose McGowan

James Franco

Scarlett Johansson

Drew Barrymore

Sehun

Zooey Deschanel

Magdalena Frackowiak

Toni Braxton

Madeline Rae Mason

 

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Symbolism of the Woman in Red

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“But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and harmful desires that plunge people into ruin and destruction.” 1 Timothy 6:9

The woman in red represents a more exciting life, she is a distraction but also a false promise of something better. Something more exhilarating. She is an escape from the droll responsibilities of real life. An escape from doing the right thing.
She represents freedom from the harder roads in life one must take.
She represents everything we’ve always been told to want and she can make us believe that having her will make our life better.
But will it?

She is Satan’s secret weapon, representing all your desires for sex, money, power and fame. Through her, you will choose earthly pleasures over heavenly ones (spiritual ones). Through her, Satan will win over your soul. He has her waiting for you at every corner.
Can you learn to refuse her?

‘The woman in red’ is merely the symbolism; an occult symbolism used by the entertainment industry and the media.
The woman in red means something different for each person. It could be a drug, an addiction, a dream, money, desire for something forbidden… some sort of worldly trap that can be placed in front of you, designed to derail you from the path of righteousness.

The entertainment industry has selected the woman in red as a symbolic reference to that trap, basically representing ‘sex’ and ‘temptation’.

Red is the colour of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, war, danger, strength, power, determination, as well as passion, desire and love.

The colour red is also used to symbolise blood sacrifice, as most celebrities end up as human sacrifices to the ‘gods’, and the energy generated from these rituals is harnessed and used to strengthen lower beings/evil forces.

Celebrities are used by the Illuminati/Freemasons to display occult symbolism in order to further their evil agenda, part of which is to indoctrinate the masses — by colonising our minds into accepting the abnormal as the norm; as well as desensitising us to violence and various other nefarious acts, turning us into zombies who are easily controlled.

Let’s take a look at how the ‘temptress’ or woman in red is presented:

Nicki Minaj at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards dressed as the 'Whore of Babylon'

Nicki Minaj at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards dressed as the ‘Whore of Babylon’. The image on her robe depicts Medusa, who was Semiramis, Queen of Babylon (see The Mysteries of King Arthur, Medusa and Pandora’s Box and Pagan feasts)

Beyonce and Taylor Swift at the 2009 VMAs

Beyoncé and Taylor Swift at the 2009 VMAs

Courteney Cox on a poster for the Dirt series

Courteney Cox on a poster for the American series Dirt

Julia Roberts in Mirror Mirror

Julia Roberts in Mirror Mirror

Hieroglyph of Hathor, Egyptian goddess of love and protection

Hieroglyph of Hathor, Egyptian goddess of love and protection

Connie Nielsen in The Devil's Advocate

Connie Nielsen in The Devil’s Advocate

Kelly LeBrock in The Woman In Red

Kelly LeBrock in The Woman In Red

Grace Jones

Grace Jones

Fiona Johnson as the Woman in Red in The Matrix

Fiona Johnson as the Woman in Red in The Matrix

Jessica Rabbit

Jessica Rabbit (see Alice in Wonderland)

Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind

Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind

Tina Turner performing Acid Queen in Chicago

Tina Turner performing Acid Queen in Chicago

Bárbara Mori in the opening credits for the Mexican TV series Rubí

Bárbara Mori in the opening credits for the Mexican TV series Rubí

Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge

Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge (she plays the role of a courtesan/prostitute)

Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman

Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman (she plays the role of a prostitute)

Monica Bellucci as Persephone in the Matrix Revolutions

Monica Bellucci as Persephone in the Matrix Revolutions; Persephone is the Greek queen of the underworld and the goddess of reviving crops

Pamela Stephenson in Superman 3

Pamela Stephenson in Superman 3

Rihanna

Britney Spears in the video for the song Oops!... I Did It Again

Britney Spears in the video for the song Oops!… I Did It Again

Beta Kittens

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Beta Kittens are used to symbolise ‘ultimate prostitutes’, to be hired out to wealthy clients who want to act out their depraved fantasies (see Monarch slaves).

These Beta Kittens are demonically possessed Monarch slaves — the demons control them and become their alter personas.

(Monarch slaves Michael J. Fox and Mohammad Ali suffer from effects of extensive electrocution, labelled as ‘Parkinson’s disease’; and whenever celebrity slaves such as Britney Spears, Catherine Zeta Jones, Mariah Carey, Martin Lawrence, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Dennis Rodman and Brooke Mueller have a ‘breakdown’, it’s in reality the fighting of their demonic possession, which causes their lunacy to manifest, and they are required to attend ‘rehabilitation’ for electrocution and more demonic installation.)

Celebrities are used to sell sex through the media to the masses; making it look cool to be a sex object — sexually abused and over used.

Animal Print clothing, furniture and cat eye glasses are employed for this method of communication, as they represent the uninhibited or ‘wild’ instincts of the slave. Slaves are also dressed in ‘cat’ costumes and even act and meow like cats.

Other methods are also used to advertise sex slaves:

Natalya Rudakova in Transporter 3. Natalya has this symbol 安 tattooed on the back of her neck; it is a symbol used in both Chinese and Japanese to mean 'peaceful' or 'calm', but it also means 'cheap' in Japanese, so if a Japanese were to see this symbol he would interpret its meaning to be that Natalya is available as a sex slave

Natalya Rudakova in Transporter 3. Natalya has this symbol 安 tattooed on the back of her neck; it is a symbol used in both Chinese and Japanese to mean ‘peaceful’ or ‘calm’, but it also means ‘cheap’ in Japanese, so if a Japanese were to see this symbol he would interpret its meaning to be that Natalya is available as a sex slave

Album cover for Alannah Myles' Rockinghorse

Alannah Myles on the cover of the album Rockinghorse, promoting bestiality

Richard Gere in American Gigolo

Richard Gere in American Gigolo

Amber Rose, photographed by Matt Doyle for the August 2009 issue of Complex magazine

Amber Rose, photographed by Matt Doyle for the August 2009 issue of Complex magazine

The image is reminiscent of one taken in the 1980s of Grace Jones in a cage surrounded by raw meat, taken by French artist Jean-Paul Goude, and which appeared on the cover of his 1982 book, Jungle Fever:

Grace Jones under a sign that reads: Do Not Feed The Animal

Grace Jones under a sign that reads: DO NOT FEED THE ANIMAL; she and Goude are said to have been involved in a tempestuous and sometimes violent relationship

Grace Jones

Grace Jones; the chains around her ankles symbolise her enslavement

Jim Carrey

Cover for Boney M's album Love For Sale

Cover for Boney M’s album Love For Sale

Helena Noguerra, photographed by Bryan Adams for the May 2009 issue of Playboy magazine

Helena Noguerra, photographed by Bryan Adams for the April/May 2009 issue of Playboy France magazine

Eve has two cat paw tattoos on her chest

Eve has two cat paw tattoos on her chest

Vivienne Westwood photographed by Juergen Teller in 2009

Vivienne Westwood photographed by Juergen Teller in 2009

Neil Patrick Harris on the cover of Rolling Stones magazine

Neil Patrick Harris on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine

Sharon Stone, photographed for Playboy magazine in July 1990

Demi Moore on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine

Demi Moore on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine. Demi is wearing a diamond ring and earrings, symbolising the demons that possess her

Rihanna in the video for her song Rockstar 101

Rihanna in the video for her song Rockstar 101 wearing only chains and a spiked crown

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne with a tattoo of a lion on her index finger

Clueso Weit Weg

Clueso on the cover of the album Weit Weg (Far Away)

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus has a yellow cat tattooed on her inner bottom lip, with whiskers and a blue sliding tear. Purple (and its associate colours) is the colour of dissociation; yellow is the colour of fear (see Dissociation/Fear). The message is that Miley is a terrified Sex Kitten

Adam Levine has a tiger tattood on his right arm

Adam Levine has a tiger tattooed on his right arm

Samantha Fox Interview Picture Disc

Samantha Fox’s Interview Picture Disc

Natalia París wearing a slave collar and eating from a cat bowl

‘Cats’ and Animal print clothing, furniture and backgrounds:

Ke$ha wearing a tiger mask

Kesha wearing a tiger mask

Ariana Grande

Naomi Campbell, photographed for Vogue Russia

Fei Fei Sun for Vogue Turkey March 2015 photographed by Cuneyt Akeroglu

Fei Fei Sun in Vogue Turkey’s March 2015 edition, photographed by Cuneyt Akeroglu

Julie Newmar played Catwoman in the 1966 television series Batman

Julie Newmar played Catwoman in the 1966 television series Batman

Lee Meriwether portrayed Catwoman in the 1966 film Batman and also appeared in two episodes of the television series

Lee Meriwether portrayed Catwoman in the 1966 film Batman and also appeared in two episodes of the television series

Eartha Kitt played Catwoman in Season 3 of the television series in 1967

Eartha Kitt played Catwoman in Season 3 of the television series in 1967, she also appeared in a 1996 episode of The Nanny: Season 3, Episode 27 A Pup in Paris, where she purrs like a cat

Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman in the 1992 film Batman Returns

Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman in the 1992 film Batman Returns

Halle Berry in the 2004 film Catwoman

Halle Berry in the 2004 film Catwoman

Anne Hathaway portrayed Catwoman in the 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises

Anne Hathaway portrayed Catwoman in the 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman

Ben Stiller

Ben Stiller

Jean Knight

Jean Knight

Raquel Welch

P-Diddy

P-Diddy

Bruno Mars on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine

Bruno Mars on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.  Note the cigarette: To create Monarch slaves, demons possess the slaves and completely control every aspect of their lives. A cigarette is a symbol of this ‘taking of the body’. The smoke from the cigarette represents the spirit/demon replacing the slaves. Bruno is wearing chains, symbolising enslavement; and rings, which allude to the ring around the planet Saturn (Satan), dubbed the ‘Lord of the Rings’, and is the reason why we wear rings as jewellery and exchange them at weddings ~ the ring of Saturn:

Saturn-Wedding-Rings

Scarlett Johansson in an advertisement for Dolce and Gabbana

Scarlett Johansson in an advertisement for Dolce and Gabbana

Jon Bon Jovi

Bette Davis

Bette Davis

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Jaden Smith

Annette Bening in The Grifters

Annette Bening in The Grifters

Kanye West

Kanye West

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber. Justin is making the ’33rd Degree’ Freemason sign. 33 is the highest level attainable in Freemasonry; each finger bends at three joints, so two fingers extended symbolise ’33’

Serena Williams

Serena Williams

Vesta Williams

Vesta Williams

Cover for Luara Branigan's greatest hits collection The Essentials

Cover for Laura Branigan’s greatest hits collection The Essentials; note the crosses on the top right

Goldie Hawn in the film Overboard

Goldie Hawn in the film Overboard

Kelly Brook, photographed for her Official 2013 Calendar

Kelly Brook, photographed for her Official 2013 Calendar

Chaka Khan

Chaka Khan

Doutzen Kroes, photographed for the September 2010 issue of Flare magazine

Doutzen Kroes, photographed for the September 2010 issue of Flare magazine

Vanessa Paradis

Vanessa Paradis

Grace Jones

Grace Jones

Bobbi Kristina Brown

Bobbi Kristina Brown

Whitney Houston

Kate Moss, photographed for Vogue UK

Kate Moss, photographed for Vogue UK

Monica Bellucci

Monica Bellucci; the heels of her shoes are inverted pyramids, symbolising that she is at the bottom of the pyramid; a slave. Slaves build the pyramid

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen

Faith Evans; her Black and White jacket and blouse symbolise Duality/Alter Personas. The butterfly on her jacket lapel represents her demonic possession

Leonardo Dicaprio on the cover of The Face magazine

Leonardo Dicaprio on the cover of The Face magazine. Note the red pentagram on the lower left

Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning

Foxy Brown

Foxy Brown

Billy Piper

Billie Piper

TIna Turner, photographed in 1971, with her then husband/handler/abuser Ike Turner

Tina Turner, photographed in 1971, with her then husband Ike Turner

Sofia Vergara on the cover of GQ magazine

Sofia Vergara on the cover of GQ magazine. Note the pink cross on the bottom right

Whoopi Goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg

Shania Twain in the video for the song That Don't Impress Me Much

Shania Twain in the video for the song That Don’t Impress Me Much; she is wearing a collar, symbolising enslavement and submission

Gloria Estefan

Gloria Estefan

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Carmen Miranda

Carmen Miranda

Jennifer Lopez

Jackie Collins

Jackie Collins

Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda

Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse

Sarah Michelle Gellarand her daughter, Charlotte Grace

Aishwarya Rai and her daughter, Aaradhya Bachchan

Aishwarya Rai and her daughter, Aaradhya Bachchan

Geena Davis in The Accidental Tourist

Geena Davis in The Accidental Tourist

Kris Kardashian

Kris Jenner wearing the Cross of Lorraine earrings

Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren

Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage

Natalia Vodianova

Natalia Vodianova

Mary J. Blige on the cover of Ebony magazine's October 2011 issue

Mary J. Blige on the cover of Ebony magazine’s October 2011 issue; note the chandelier earrings

Etymology of chandelier:

From French, from Latin candelabrum, from candela (a candle).

Candles are used in witchcraft — witchcraft is used to drive Monarch slaves insane and install demons into them.

Sharon Stone

Sharon Stone

Shilpa Shetty

Shilpa Shetty

Afshan Azad

Afshan Azad

Aishwarya Rai in an advertisement for L'Oréal

Aishwarya Rai in an advertisement for L’Oréal. She gives the Silence ‘Shhh… signal’, which is the hand sign for demonic possession, signifying slaves can’t speak/are spiritually bound

Reita Faria Miss World 1966

Reita Faria, Miss World 1966

Archana Singh

Archana Singh

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra

Jack Nicholson in The Departed

Jack Nicholson in The Departed

Brigitte Bardot, known as film's first Sex Kitten

Brigitte Bardot, known as film’s first ‘Sex Kitten’

Monika Jagaciak by Txema Yeste for Magazine Antidote

Monika Jagaciak, photographed by Txema Yeste for Magazine Antidote

Céline Dion with her husband René Angélil

Winnie Mandela

Winnie Mandela

Jackie Onassis

Jackie Onassis

Jada Pinkett Smith

Jada Pinkett Smith

Téa Leoni

Téa Leoni

Robert De Niro in the film Raging Bull

Gisele Bundchen in an advertisement for Roberto Cavalli

Gisele Bündchen in an advertisement for Roberto Cavalli

Catherine Zeta Jones photographed for the December 2012 issue of InStyle magazine

Catherine Zeta Jones photographed for the December 2012 issue of InStyle magazine

Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep

Chris Brown

Chris Brown

Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper

Ella Raines

Ella Raines

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck

Neneh Cherry

Naomi Campbell on a catwalk; the reason it is called a ‘catwalk’ is because most of the male and female models who sashay up and down it are Sex Kittens. The word ‘model’ is a metaphor for Monarch slave (as in no thoughts of their own, an empty shell/model used to promote the elite’s agenda)

Kim Novak

Kim Novak

Elizabeth Hurley

Nel Veerkamp

Nel Veerkamp

Kristina Pimenova at 9-years-old

Kristina Pimenova at 9-years-old

Cindy Crawford on the cover of Harper's Bazaar magazine

Cindy Crawford on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar magazine

Tony Curtis in Some Like It Hot (1959)

Tony Curtis in Some Like It Hot (1959)

Ava Gardner

Ava Gardner

Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj

Natalie Cole

Natalie Cole

Miriam Makeba

Miriam Makeba

Ten-year-old Thylane Loubry in a 2011 Vogue Paris photoshoot

Ten-year-old Thylane Loubry, photographed by Sharif Hanza for the December 2010/January 2011 issue of Vogue Paris

The Pointer Sisters

The Pointer Sisters

Isabella Rosellini

Isabella Rosellini

Bianca Balti Elle Italy October 5

Bianca Balti, photographed for Elle Italy

Christina Aguilera, the doll represents Marionette programming

Christina Aguilera, the doll represents the demons that possess her

Album cover for Shola Ama's Still Believe

Album cover for Shola Ama’s Still Believe

Ameriie

Album cover for Music of Your Life Best of Aaron Neville

Album cover for Music of Your Life Best of Aaron Neville

Amal Clooney

Amal Clooney

Suzanne Somers

Suzanne Somers

Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba

Tom Hanks in Castaway

Tom Hanks in Cast Away

Karen Mulder in Victoria's Secret catalogue

Karen Mulder in Victoria’s Secret catalogue

Madeleine Stowe, photographed by Mike Ruiz

Madeleine Stowe, photographed by Mike Ruiz

Jacqueline Bisset

Jacqueline Bisset

Terence Trent D'Arby (now known by his real name Sananda Maitreya)

Terence Trent D’Arby (now known by his real name Sananda Maitreya)

Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John

Melanie Griffith

Melanie Griffith

Lela Rochon

Lela Rochon

Don Johnson, during an interview on his character in the film The Other Woman

Don Johnson, during an interview on his character in the film The Other Woman

Tracee Ellis Ross

Aaliyah

Aaliyah wearing a cat collar

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah

ABBA

ABBA

Missy Elliot

Missy Elliot

Jimmy Cliff in The Harder They Come (1972)

Jimmy Cliff in The Harder They Come (1972)

Natasha Poly Vogue Paris September 2007

Natasha Poly on the cover of Vogue Paris magazine’s September 2007 edition

Stacey Dash

Stacey Dash

Eva Green, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth

Eva Green, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon

Alicia Silverstone

Alicia Silverstone wearing a diamanté cat collar

Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller

Dita Von Teese

Dita Von Teese

Cover for Donna Summer's single People, People

Cover for Donna Summer’s single People, People

Wilson Phillips

Wilson Phillips

Melanie Chisholm; note the cross tattoo

Kim Basinger

Kim Basinger

Angelina Jolie

Nadine Sutherland

Emma Bunton

Emma Bunton

Kourtney, Khloé and Kim Kardashian

Melanie Brown

Melanie Brown

America Ferrera

America Ferrera

Geri Halliwell

Geri Halliwell

Masha Novoselova, photographed by Txema Yeste for V Magazine Spain, April 2010

Masha Novoselova, photographed by Txema Yeste for V magazine Spain, April 2010

Anais Mali by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Paris November 2013

Anais Mali,photographed by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Paris in November 2013

Hyoni Kang

Hyoni Kang

Wendy James

Wendy James

Bret Michaels

Bret Michaels

Axl Rose

Axl Rose

Yasmin Le Bon

Yasmin Le Bon

Carly Simon Why single

Cover for Carly Simon’s single Why

Belinda Carlisle

Belinda Carlisle

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman

Pia Lindstrom

Pia Lindstrom

Britt Ekland

Britt Ekland

Irene Dunn

Irene Dunne in Joy of Living (1938)

SWV Release Some Tension

Album cover for SWV’s Release Some Tension

Luisana Lopilato

Luisana Lopilato

Solange Knowles

Solange Knowles

Regina King

Regina King

Lenny Kravitz on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine

Lenny Kravitz on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine; the necklaces are amulets to reinforce demonic possession

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp

Christie Brinkley

Christie Brinkley

Jennifer Hawkins Miss Universe 2004

Jennifer Hawkins Miss Universe 2004

Tyra Banks and Stephanie Roberts, photographed for Vogue US magazine’s September 1992 issue

Natassa Theodoridou

Natassa Theodoridou

Gary Oldman in True Romance

Gary Oldman in True Romance

Nigella Lawson

Nigella Lawson

Luther Vandross

Taboo of Black Eyed Peas

Taboo of Black Eyed Peas

Stephanie Seymour Moda Italia, March 1992 Photographer Doug Ordway

Stephanie Seymour, photographed by Doug Orway for Moda Italia in March 1992

Maggie Gyllenhaal in an advertisement for got milk?

Maggie Gyllenhaal in an advertisement for ‘got milk?’

Marcia Cross

Marcia Cross

Leah Remini

Leah Remini

Garrett Hedlund W Magazine

Garrett Hedlund, photographed for W magazine

Hayden Panettiere

Hayden Panettiere

Ingrid Bergman

Ingrid Bergman

Michelle Yeoh

Michelle Yeoh

Nadya Ruchka in the 2009 Russian film Лoпуxи (Simpletons)

Nadya Ruchka at the premiere of the 2009 Russian film Лoпуxи (Simpletons)

Vera Gräfin von Lehndorff-Steinort or Veruschka von Lehndorff

Vera Gräfin von Lehndorff-Steinort, also known as Veruschka von Lehndorff

Lea and Prune, six-year-olds photographed by Sharif Hamza for French Vogue's December 2010/January 2011 edition. Cadeaux in French means ‘gift, present, treat’. C’est cadeau means ‘it’s free, it’s on the house’

Lea and Prune, six-year-olds photographed by Sharif Hamza for the Vogue Paris December 2010/January 2011 edition. Cadeaux in French means ‘gift, present, treat’

Nicole Ari Parker, photographed for Denim magazine

Nicole Ari Parker, photographed for Denim magazine

Joan Smalls at the 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Dorothea Mercouri for Vogue Greece September 2010

Dorothea Mercouri on the cover of Vogue Greece in September 2010

Ola Rudnicka, photographed by Boe Marion for Vogue Netherlands March 2014

Ola Rudnicka, photographed by Boe Marion for Vogue Netherlands in March 2014

Catherine McNeil Vogue Australia September 2010

Catherine McNeil on the cover of Vogue Australia in September 2010

Paloma Faith

Paloma Faith

Samantha Gradoville by Jean-François Campos for L’Express Styles (March 2012)

Samantha Gradoville, photographed by Jean-François Campos for L’Express Styles in March 2012

Bern Nadette Stanis at the 2010 BET Awards, Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Bern Nadette Stanis at the 2010 BET Awards, Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Anastacia

Anastacia

Adele on the cover of Cosmopolitan in December 2011

Sinitta

Taraji P. Henson in Harper's Bazaar

Taraji P. Henson, phtographed for Harper’s Bazaar; the rings are amulets

Katt Williams Pimpadelic Stand-up comedy CD

CD cover for Katt Williams’ Pimpadelic Stand-up comedy film

Andrew Njogu in the 2009 Russian film Лoпуxи (Simpletons)

Andrew Mwai Njogu in the 2009 Russian film Лoпуxи (Simpletons)

Courtney Love Premiere magazine February 1997

Courtney Love on the cover of Premiere magazine in February 1997

Lisa Rinna

Lisa Rinna

Jacqueline Fernandez, photographed for Vogue India in July 2015

Zhang Yuqi Vogue China

Zhang Yuqi, photographed for Vogue China

Holly Valance

Holly Valance

Romy Schneider

Romy Schneider

Denise Richards

Denise Richards

Sandra Dee in If A Man Answers: A Salmon Run Up Beacon Hill

Sandra Dee in If A Man Answers: A Salmon Run Up Beacon Hill

Vivian Hsu and Daniel Wu Harper's Bazaar China June 2011

Vivian Hsu on the cover of Harper‘s Bazaar China’s June 2011 edition

Myleene Klass

Maryna Linchuk Vogue Turkey

Maryna Linchuk, photographed for Vogue Turkey

Vivien Solari Vogue Turkey October 2015

Vivien Solari on the cover of Vogue Turkey’s October 2015 issue

Sigrid Agren Vogue China

Sigrid Agren on the cover of Vogue China

Barbara Palvin

Barbara Palvin

Eva Ionesco

Eva Ionesco, photographed by Irina Ionesco

Sung Hee & Ji Hye Park by Ben Hassett for Vogue China June 2013

Sung Hee and Ji Hye Park, photographed by Ben Hassett for Vogue China in June 2013

Gina Lollobrigida in 1969

Gina Lollobrigida in 1969

Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks

Lupita Nyong'o Elle UK January 2016

Lupita Nyong’o, photographed for Elle UK magazine’s January 2016 edition

Pam Grier

Pam Grier

Elizabeth Olsen, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth

Cats represent the demons that possess Monarch slaves and turn them into willing sex slaves:

Cover for Dionne Warwick's single Heartbreaker

Cover for Dionne Warwick’s single Heartbreaker

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson; his rings are amulets: broken cross for broken man, love heart/bottom for sodomy (the entire Jackson family, including their mother Katherine, are Monarch slaves, sold into slavery by their father Joe Jackson)

 Anna de Rijk by Txema Yeste for Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011

Anna de Rijk by Txema Yeste for Harper’s Bazaar Spain, June 2011

Video frame from Paula Abdul's song Opposite's Attract, featuring MC Skat Kat

Video frame from Paula Abdul’s song Opposites Attract, featuring MC Skat Kat

Penélope Cruz

Penélope Cruz

Tina Fey on the cover of Entertainment Weekly

Isabelle Adjani

Isabelle Adjani

Nimue Smit, photographed by Txema Yeste

Nimue Smit, photographed by Txema Yeste

Diana Ross

Diana Ross; the beads signify anal beads with the mouth as the receptacle/anus

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt

Eva Herzigova, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia, November 1991

Eva Herzigova, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia, November 1991

Amiel Courtin-Wilson

Amiel Courtin-Wilson

Azealia Banks on the cover of Playboy magazine's April 2015 issue

Azealia Banks on the cover of Playboy magazine’s April 2015 issue

Marian Nixon in 1925

Marian Nixon in 1925

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich

Mary Pickford

Mary Pickford

Stephen King

Stephen King; the name tag on Stephen’s cat reads ‘Clovis’, he is named after King Clovis of the Merovingian Dynasty

Carole Lombard

Carole Lombard

Chris Hemsworth Vanity Fair 2015

Chris Hemsworth, photographed for Vanity Fair magazine in 2015

Liam Hemsworth in an advertisement for Bench clothing

Liam Hemsworth in an advertisement for Bench clothing

Jerry Hall - Vanity Fair Magazine Cover [Spain] (July 2015)

Jerry Hall on the cover of Vanity Fair Spain magazine in July 2015

Gene Tierney

Gene Tierney

Cover for Iggy Azalea's single Beg for It, featuring guest vocals from Danish singer MØ

Cover for Iggy Azalea’s single Beg for It, featuring guest vocals from Danish singer MØ

Holly Willoughby, photographed by Michael Labica

Holly Willoughby, photographed by Michael Labica

Amanda Seyfried, photographed for Elle magazine's April 2011 issue

Amanda Seyfried, photographed for Elle magazine’s April 2011 issue

Antonio Banderas

Antonio Banderas

Lauren Bacall

Lauren Bacall

Anthony Hopkins

Anthony Hopkins

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Nastassja Kinski

Mike Myers as Dr. Evil in the Austin Powers film series

Mike Myers as Dr. Evil in the Austin Powers film series

Gina Lollobrigida

Gina Lollobrigida

Madonna with a cougar in the 1987 film Who's That Girl?

Madonna with a cougar in the 1987 film Who’s That Girl?

Malgosia Bela

Malgosia Bela

Julianne Moore for Bulgari

Julianne Moore for Bulgari

Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow

Ali MacGraw

Ali MacGraw

Jacqueline Bisset

Jacqueline Bisset

Steve Guttenberg in P.S. Your Cat Is Dead

Steve Guttenberg in P.S. Your Cat Is Dead

Linda Evangelista on the cover of Vogue Deutsch

Linda Evangelista on the cover of Vogue Deutsch

Bette Davis

Bette Davis

Brooke Shields

Brooke Shields

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton

Kelly Rowland, photographed by Mike Ruiz

Kelly Rowland, photographed by Mike Ruiz

Rachel Weisz for Bulgari FallWinter 2011 campaign

Rachel Weisz, photographed for Bulgari FallWinter 2011 campaign

Nicolette Sheridan

Nicollette Sheridan

Michèle Morgan

Sam Rockwell, photographed for Malibu magazine

Sam Rockwell, photographed for Malibu magazine

Lana Wood in 1966

Lana Wood in 1966

Caroline Trentini Harper's Bazaar Brazil

Caroline Trentini on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Brazil

Matthew Perry on the cover of Parade magazine

Anastasija Kondratjeva, photographed by Matt Irwin

Anastasija Kondratjeva, photographed by Matt Irwin for Vogue Russia in December 2009

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez

Suraj Sharma, photographed for Vanity Fair magazine in 2013

Patti Smith

Patti Smith

Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson

Steve Martin

Zac Efron in a That Awkward Moment poster

Zac Efron in a That Awkward Moment poster

Tina Turner on the cover of the album Private Dancer

Barbie Hsu on the cover of Elle Taiwan magazine’s March 2012 issue

Lou Diamond Phillips; note the cross

Hello Kitty logo

Hello Kitty logo, used as a mascot/identifier of Beta Kittens. The image portrays a kitten in a girl’s body. Hello Kitty has no mouth — Monarch slaves are insane and subdued by demonic possession and so cannot speak

Kimora Lee and her daughters Aoki Lee and Ming Lee wearing Hello Kitty red bows

Kimora Lee and her daughters Aoki Lee and Ming Lee wearing Hello Kitty red bows

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner

Lady Gaga in a Hello Kitty advertisement wearing a Hello Kitty chain belt. She is also symbolising the 'eye of horus' (occult wisdom, hidden knowledge)

Lady Gaga in a Hello Kitty advertisement wearing a Hello Kitty chain belt. She is also symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’ (occult knowledge/hidden wisdom)

Katy Perry wearing a Hello Kitty corset and bondage shoes, symbolising enslavement

Miley Cyrus wearing a Hello Kitty necklace

Miley Cyrus wearing a Hello Kitty necklace

Paris Hilton

John Galliano photographed for the Vogue Nippon June 2008 issue

John Galliano photographed for the Vogue Nippon magazine’s June 2008 issue

Britney Spears wearing a Hello Kitty necklace

Britney Spears wearing a Hello Kitty necklace

Ai Tominaga, photographed by Tibi Clenci for Vogue Japan

Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks

Yolandi Visser

Yolandi Visser

Nicki Minaj wearing a Hello Kitty bonnet

Nicki Minaj wearing a Hello Kitty bonnet

Kerli

Kerli; note the black and white pattern of her trousers, symbolising duality. The star on her earphones signifies Satan ~ star is metaphor for angel; Satan is a fallen angel

Milla Jovovich and her daughter Ever Gabo Anderson

Cat eye glasses:

Rihanna

Rihanna

Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian

Mary J. Blige

Mary J. Blige

Rita Ora

Rita Ora

Katy Perry

Katy Perry

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez

Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani

Then we have zebra print, which is also used to symbolise the multiple alter personas a Monarch slave has, which are the demons that possess them (see Duality/Black Mass):

 Kenya Moore, photographed by James Anthony for Krave magazine

Kenya Moore, photographed by James Anthony for Krave magazine

Patra

Patra; the chain-link gold necklace symbolises enslavement

Coco Austin

Sharon Osbourne

Sharon Osbourne

Liu Wen for Vogue China December 2013

Liu Wen, photographed for Vogue China’s December 2013 edition

Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi

Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi

Eva Longoria, photographed by Mike Ruiz for the May 1st issue of People en Espanol

Eva Longoria, photographed by Mike Ruiz for the May 1st issue of People en Espanol magazine

Christy Turlington on the cover of Harper's Bazaar

Christy Turlington on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar magazine

Peabo Bryson on the cover of the album Don’t Play With Fire; the stripes on his shirt represent the demons that possess him

Drake

Drake

Cameron Diaz on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Cameron Diaz on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Katie Price

Vivica Fox

Vivica Fox

Ke$ha; she is also symbolising the 'eye of horus' (sun worship)

Kesha; she is also symbolising the ‘Eye of Ra’ (sun worship)

Kim Kardashian; she is also wearing bondage shoes

Kim Kardashian; she is also wearing bondage shoes, symbolising enslavement

Jennifer Hudson; note the pentagrams

Jennifer Hudson; note the pentagrams

Albu cover for Angelique Kidjo's Logozo

Album cover for Angelique Kidjo’s Logozo

Joan Collins on the cover of Lear's magazine

Joan Collins on the cover of Lear’s magazine; the colours Black, Red and White symbolise Black Mass and Duality

Heidi Klumon the cover of The Times Magazine; Heidi’s right eye is covered, leaving only her left eye visible, symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’ (occult knowledge, hidden wisdom)

Model on the cover of the November 1957 issue of McCall's magazine

Model on the cover of the November 1957 issue of McCall’s magazine

LMFAO

LMFAO

Lindsay Lohan, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for the August 2010 issue of Vogue Italia

Lindsay Lohan, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for the August 2010 issue of Vogue Italia magazine

Sandy Greenberg on the cover of Playboy magazine's February 1988 issue

Sandy Greenberg on the cover of Playboy; Sandy is symbolising the ‘Eye of Ra’ (sun worship); the colours Black, Red and White symbolise Black Mass and Duality

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

Jayne Mansfield

Jayne Mansfield

Fergie on the cover of Lucky magazine

Fergie on the cover of Lucky magazine

Dido

Dido

LisaRaye McCoy

LisaRaye McCoy

Téa Leoni

Téa Leoni

Robin Givens

Robin Givens

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood

Debbie Harry

Paul Young on the cover of Rockstar (Italy) magazine

Paul Young on the cover of Rockstar (Italy) magazine

Justyna Steczkowska

Justyna Steczkowska

Colin Firth

Colin Firth

Karlie Kloss Glamour magazine

Karlie Kloss, photographed for Glamour magazine

Ming Xi Vogue China May 2011

Ming Xi, photographed for Vogue China, May 2011

Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov by Liz Collins for Vogue Turkey September 2015

Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, photographed by Liz Collins for Vogue Turkey in September 2015

More cats:

Alexis Clagett, Josh Duhamel and Katherine Heigl in Life As We Know It

Alexis Clagett, Josh Duhamel and Katherine Heigl in Life As We Know It

Monica Leon Lewis aka 'Butterfly' aka 'Danger'. The prominent cat tattoo symbolises special Beta Kitten or Sex Kitten programming

Monica Laura Leon aka ‘Butterfly’ aka ‘Danger’. The tiger tattoo identifies her as a sex slave

Jocelyn Wildenstein wearing a cat collar

Jocelyn Wildenstein wearing a cat collar, a symbol of her enslavement

Richard Whittington and his cat, from The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine, London, 1808

Richard Whittington and his cat is an English folk tale that has often been used as the basis for stage pantomimes and other adaptations. It tells of a poor boy in the 14th century who becomes a wealthy merchant and eventually the Lord Mayor of London because of the ratting abilities of his cat.

The character of the boy is named after a real-life person, Richard Whittington, the son of Sir William Whittington of Gloucester, a wealthy merchant and philanthropist in London, who served as Lord Mayor of London four times between 1397 and 1420. The legend of Dick Whittington and His Cat was first recorded in writing in 1605 and was adapted as a play the same year, The History of Richard Whittington, of his lowe byrth, his great fortune. However, Richard Whittington did not own a cat.

The story and the pantomime are really about Whittington and his mistress or Sex Kitten, Anne, a Monarch slave who made him a fortune as a sex slave whom he hired out to other men.

Poster for the pantomime Dick Whittington

Poster for the pantomime Dick Whittington

Natalie Portman wearing a dress with siamese cat pattern, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth circa 1996

Natalie Portman wearing a dress with Siamese cat pattern, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth, circa 1996

Poster for the film Puss In Boots, with the voices of Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots and Salma Hayek as Kitty Softpaws

Poster for the film Puss In Boots, with the voices of Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots and Salma Hayek as Kitty Softpaws

Pussycat Dolls

Pussycat Dolls

Snakeskin print:

Courteney Cox

Courteney Cox

Cover for Mariah Carey's single When I Saw You

Cover for Mariah Carey’s single When I Saw You; Mariah is also forming a cross

Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens

Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez

Holly Robinson-Peete

Holly Robinson-Peete

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton

Sofia Vergara

Sofia Vergara

Cover for Anita Baker's single Same Ole Love (365 Days A Year)

Cover for Anita Baker’s single Same Ole Love (365 Days A Year)

Beyonce

Beyoncé

In the song Irreplaceable, the lyrics refer to the Left Hand Path (see Satanic Hand Signs).

It begins:

To the left, to the left
To the left, to the left
To the left, to the left

Then we have PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals):

Wendy Williams for PETA

Wendy Williams for PETA

Eva Mendes for PETA

Eva Mendes for PETA

Gemma Collins for PETA

Gemma Collins for PETA

Hana Nitsche for PETA

Hana Nitsche for PETA

Christy Turlington for PETA

Christy Turlington for PETA

Holly Madison for PETA

Holly Madison for PETA

And ballerinas, who are essentially prostitutes for the elite:

Ballerinas

Female ballerinas

Male ballerinas

Male ballerinas

In the 19th century the theatre offered an opportunity for young women a chance to escape a life of poverty and misery. These young girls, with any luck, would be accepted into the Academic Royale, often making their stage performance at the young age of 14 or 15. Although a mediocre talented girl on stage may earn the same of a seamstress, this gave them a better chance to be seen by a wealthy gentleman. Patronage of ballerinas was a pleasurable diversion for these wealthy gentlemen from their everyday, often boring, life. The Paris Opera ballet’s back stage was the prestigious venue for sexual rendezvous and ballerinas were stigmatised by the blemish of ‘working-class origins and sexual impropriety’.

The connection between prostitution and ballet is true-to-life and born out of the 19th century ballet movement where the reality for young ballerinas coming from working-class families caused them to work and dance and sometimes be taken advantage of physically and financially.” ( Female dancers were seen as the echelons of prostitution giving the term ballet girl a sexual connotation until the mid-twentieth century. — Melissa Hope Ditmore, Encyclopedia of Prostitution and Sex Work, 2006

Here’s a related article:

A former solo ballerina in Russia’s Bolshoi Ballet has accused the troupe’s management of forcing dancers into prostitution to buy favours from wealthy patrons.

Prima ballerina Anastasia Volochkova, 37, said the theatre has been turned into a ‘giant brothel’ by general director Anatoly Iksanov.

“The girls were forced to go along to grand dinners and given advance warning that afterwards they would be expected to go to bed [with guests] and have sex,” Volochkova told Russian News Service.

“When the girls asked: ‘What happens if we refuse?’ they were told that they would not go on tour or even perform at the Bolshoi Theatre,” Volochkova said.

“Ten years ago when I was dancing at the theatre, I repeatedly received such propositions to share the beds of oligarchs.” she said.

“It mainly happened with the corps du ballet but also with the soloists. The Bolshoi general director has turned the Bolshoi theatre into a giant brothel.”

Perfume advertisements:

Halle Berry

Halle Berry for Halle; the bracelets represent prison bars/enslavement

Katy Perry, the wool wrapped around her hand symbolises a ball and chain; enslavement

Katy Perry for Purr, the wool wrapped around her hand symbolises a ball and chain; enslavement

Elizabeth Taylor wearing diamonds; symbolising Jewel programming and identifying her as a Presidential Monarch slave

Elizabeth Taylor for White Diamonds wearing diamonds; symbolising the demons that possess her

Gigi Hadid for Tom Ford Velvet Orchid

Gigi Hadid for Tom Ford Velvet Orchid

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez for Glow

Project D by Dannii and Tabitha

Dannii Minogue for Project D wearing a tutu, the costume of ballerinas

Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst for Bulgari Mon Jasmin Noir L’Eau Exquise Perfume

 Chloé

Clémence Poésy for Chloé

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian for Kim Kardashian

Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron for Dior J’adore

Burberry Body

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for Burberry Body

Keira Knightley

Keira Knightley for Coco Chanel Mademoiselle

Then we have Lolita (a sexually precocious young girl)/paedophilia promotion.

(Lolita is a character in Russian author Valdimir Nabokov’s 1955 book Lolita, which is about paedophilia and obsession. The book revolves around a middle-aged literature professor called Humbert Humbert, who is obsessed with the 12-year-old Dolores Haze, with whom he becomes sexually involved after he becomes her step-father. ‘Lolita’ is his private nickname for Dolores):

Milla Jojovich on the cover of a 1986 issue of Lei magazine

An 11-year-old Milla Jovovich on the cover of Lei magazine; the words in pink: E’ LOLITA mean ‘And Lolita’ in Spanish

Confirming her status as one of the media’s ‘Lolitas’. In 1990 (she is 14 here) she was featured in a French Vogue spread with a David Lynch favourite, Harry Dean Stanton, playing a Humbert type figure and Milla obviously as the elite’s favourite Lolita archetype

In 1990 (she was 14) Milla was featured in a Vogue France spread with Harry Dean Stanton as Humbert. Young Milla was the elite’s favourite Lolita archetype. Photographs by Peter Lindbergh.

Milla Jovovich and Harry Dean Stanton

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh

Milla Jovovich as Lolita2

Milla Jovovich as Lolita3

Milla Jovovich as Lolita4

Alizee on the cover of her single Moi... Lolita (Me... Lolita)

Alizée on the cover of her single Moi… Lolita (Me… Lolita)

Kate Moss by Ellen von Unwerth Vogue Italia, 1992

Kate Moss as Lolita, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia, 1992. Club: regali and sorprese is Italian for ‘Club of gifts and surprises’

kate-moss

Kate Moss lolita2

Kate Moss lolita3

Kate Moss as Lolita

Kate Moss as Lolita and Jesse Harris as Humbert Humbert, photographed by Fabrizio Ferri for L’Uomo Vogue in March 1992

Vanessa Paradis by Ellen Von Unwerth

Vanessa Paradis as Lolita, photographed by Ellen Von Unwerth; note the leopard print bedcover and the guitar, symbolising the music that drove her insane

Selena Gomez as Lolita, photographed for V magazine’s February 2015 edition

Lolita Au Chateau, Vogue France, May 1994 Photographer Dominique Issermann Models Nina Brosh & Michelle Behennah

Lolita Au Chateau (Lolita in the castle), Nina Brosh and Michelle Behennah, photographed by Dominique Issermann for Vogue France in May 1994

Lolita Au Chateau, Vogue France, May 1994 Photographer Dominique Issermann Models Nina Brosh and Michelle Behennah

Michelle Behennah photographed by Dominique Issermann for Vogue France in May 1994

Michelle Behennah as Lolita

Nina Brosh as Lolita

Natalia Vodianova Vogue Nippon 2001 by Terry Richardson

Natalia Vodianova as Lolita, photographed for Vogue Nippon in 2001 by Terry Richardson

Natalia Vodianova Vogue Nippon 2001 by Terry Richardson2

Jane Birkin Lolita Go Home

Jane Birkin on the cover of her single Lolita Go Home. The handcuffs are a symbol of her enslavement

Charlotte and Gainsbourg Lemon Incest

Charlotte Gainsbourg and her father/handler Serge Gainsbourg, his daughter with Jane Birkin (Serge was also Jane’s handler). Gainsbourg’s single Lemon Incest (1984), which contains references to incest and paedophilia, documents their incestuous, abusive, handler/slave relationship

Serge Gainsbourg and Charlotte Gainsbourg

Serge Gainsbourg and Charlotte Gainsbourg in the music video for Lemon Incest

Serge Gainsbourg and Charlotte Gainsbourg Lemon Incest

Serge Gainsbourg and Charlotte Gainsbourg Lemon Incest2

Charlotte for Ever 1986

Serge and Charlotte in the 1986 film Charlotte for Ever, directed by Serge. The movie’s plot revolves around a man who, depressed over his wife’s death, turns his affections to his daughter

Katy Perry Teenage Dream

Katy Perry on the cover for the single Teenage Dream; which is about paedophilia and Katy as Lolita

An excerpt from the lyrics:

You make me feel like I’m living a teenage dream
The way you turn me on, I can’t sleep
Let’s run away and don’t ever look back
Don’t ever look back

…………………

I’ma get your heart racing in my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight
Let you put your hands on me in my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight

………………….

My heart stops when you look at me
Just one touch, now baby I believe
This is real, so take a chance
And don’t ever look back, don’t ever look back

Let’s run away and don’t ever look back, don’t ever look back…

After Lolita’s mother Charlotte dies, Lolita and Humbert drive around the country, moving from state to state and motel to motel. After a year of touring North America, the two settle in another New England town.

Eva Ionesco as Lolita, photographed by Irina Ionesco. French-Romanian photographer Irina was notorious for taking sexually provocative ‘Lolita’ pictures of her young daughter Eva between the ages of four and twelve

Eva Ionesco as Lolita, photographed by Irina Ionesco

Drew Barrymore as Lolita for Glamour magazine in April 2007

Drew Barrymore as Lolita, photographed for Glamour magazine in April 2007

Then we have the goose and the swan, phallic symbols associated with magic powers, which symbolise ritual sodomy used to open the pineal gland and allow demons possess Monarch slaves.

Etymology of goose:

Verb

(slang) To sharply poke or pinch someone’s buttocks. Derived from a goose’s inclination to bite at a retreating intruder’s hindquarters.

Leonardo Di Caprio, photographed by Annie Leibovitz

Leonardo DiCaprio, photographed by Annie Leibovitz

Du Juan

Du Juan

Björk at the 2001 Oscars

Keira Knightley Vogue

Keira Knightley, photographed for Vogue magazine

Lottie Moss Red Valentino FallWinter2014 Campaign

Lottie Moss, photographed for Red Valentino FallWinter2014 Campaign

Karen Elson Vogue Italia 1997

Karen Elson, photographed for Vogue Italia in 1997

Caroline Trentini by Tim Walker for Vogue UK

Caroline Trentini, photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue UK

Amber Valletta Vogue Italia 2011

Amber Valletta, photographed for Vogue Italia in 2011

Kate Upton, photographed for Vogue Germany in January 2013

Barbie Hsu, photographed for Elle Taiwan magazine

Nolwenn Leroy Histoires Naturelles Tour

Nolwenn Leroy on the cover for her Histoires Naturelles Tour album. The rabbit identifies her as a prostitute/Alice in Wonderland, the dog identifies her as a courier/Wizard of Oz , and the owl symbolises Molech/Satan

And polka dots; polka dot = poke-a-dot (anus), a reference to sodomy:

Karrueche Tran

Karrueche Tran

Christy Turlington, photographed by Arthur Elgort

Christy Turlington, photographed by Arthur Elgort

Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson

Justin Bieber on the cover of GQ magazine March 2016

Justin Bieber on the cover of GQ magazine in March 2016

Prince

Prince

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

Beyoncé on stage

Beyoncé on stage

Isla Fisher

Isla Fisher

Joseph Gordon Levitt

Joseph Gordon Levitt

Tracy Chapman

Cassie and Nicki Minaj in the music video for The Boys

Cassie and Nicki Minaj in the music video for The Boys

Kerry Washington on the cover of Flare magazine; the heart of the exclamation mark represents the buttocks

Milla Jovovich on the cover of Mademoiselle's May 1988 issue

Milla Jovovich on the cover of Mademoiselle‘s May 1988 issue

Heather Mills

Heather Mills

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan

George Clooney photographed by Emma Summerton for W magazine's January 2014 annual art issue

George Clooney photographed by Emma Summerton for W magazine’s January 2014 issue

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Suki Waterhouse on the cover of Grazia magazine

Suki Waterhouse on the cover of Grazia magazine. Suki is symbolising both the ‘Eye of Ra’ and the ‘Eye of Horus’; the stripes signify her multiple alter personas/demons that possess her

Linda Evangelista by Arthur Elgort Vogue Paris 1989

Linda Evangelista, photographed by Arthur Elgort for Vogue Paris 1989

Juliette Binoche

Juliette Binoche

Lisa Haydon in L'Officiel May 2016

Lisa Haydon, photographed for L’Officiel magazine in May 2016

Zooey Deschanel; the colours blue and red signify duality/the demons that possess her

Umbrellas. The rain and the umbrella are ritual sodomy symbols with rain as semen and the umbrella as both the anus (opened) and the phallus (closed). The umbrella with its scalloped edge, resembles the anus:

 Izabel Goulart walks the runway during the 2011 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

Izabel Goulart walks the runway during the 2011 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Billy Corgan (The Smashing Pumpkins)

The clothes that celebrity Monarch slaves wear is proof of their enslavement, and copying them reinforces our own slave status. Sporting a butterfly tattoo or leopard print in clothing may seem like harmless fun, but in fact shows a willingness to conform and to support the illuminati agenda of paedophilia and mental destruction. Glitter is fairy dust; fairies are evil spirits (see Secrets of Fairytales). Monarch slave celebrities are deliberately dressed by their minders to display and to symbolise the existence of their enslavement to the rest of us.