Kiesza’s album artwork for “Hideaway” and “Giant in my Heart” feature monarch symbolism.

Kiesza is a well-known singer-songwriter and dancer who came onto the scene around 2010-ish. She’s mostly known for her single “Hideaway”, whose title suggests a sort of mental escape. And whaddaya know, the lyrics follow exactly that theme. One part goes,

“You send me the shiver up my spine, might overflow
You’re bringing me closer to the edge of letting go
You’re just a hideaway, you’re just a feeling

You let my heart escape beyond the meaning
Putting my head into the clouds I’m floating home
When you get me going I can’t find a way to stop
You’re just a chance I take to keep on dreaming
You’re just another day that keeps me breathing”

She’s talking about becoming numb to emotions, and having her head in the clouds- which she goes as far as to call “home”. And the first line where she talks about how her spine might “overflow” is related to the point in monarch programming where they overload the Central Nervous System via loud music, electroshock, torture, screaming, etc. When that happens, they dissociate completely, leaving the host body open for programming.  She also talks about the subject being “just another day that keeps me breathing”, suggesting that her life depends on this programming.

Opening of the head suggests mind control, especially when the inside is hollow or filled with something different. The zipper on her arm suggests that she’s a product, rearrangeable and carefully constructed.

Stacking of the heads inside one another suggests multiple personalities, or “alters”. The surrealism of the setting and the sky backdrop suggest being in a dreamland dissociative state.

Once again, the slicing apart of parts of the body suggest a fragmented mind and therefore multiple alters. The giant hole in her chest suggests the removal of emotion, which is a big part programming. Emotion isn’t practical to them. Instead, they’ve placed a manufactured version of “love” inside the hole. It’s funny how they chose an iconic art piece to fill her in with. As though she’s a work of art, meant to be an icon.

Also, the lightning bolt in her name is suggestive of electroshock torture, one of the most commonly used traumatising techniques used by monarch handlers. I figured I should add that in there.
As well, Luke 10:18 states that he saw Satan struck down from the heavens “like lightning”. Therefore, it can also apply in a Luciferian context.
So there you go, more monarch programming symbolism and MK Ultra bullshit. I can’t look anywhere anymore without seeing monarch programming triggers on and around these slaves. It truly is a shame.

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Jeremih and YG’s cover art for “Don’t Tell ‘Em” is also questionable.

 

Jeremih and YG are two popular rappers in the industry today, so clearly that should tell us that they’re involved with the darker side of the industry as well. I mean, come on. Lesbereal, if you wanna make it to the “top”, you’ve gotta agree to subject yourself and others to things you wouldn’t normally- all in the name of fame in the game.

The cover art for their single “Don’t Tell ‘Em” shows a blonde woman with fringe to her cheeks, covering her eyes like a veil. She’s also doing the universal “shhh” handsign. The hair is (I’m hoping, at least) a wig as well.

Wigs are commonly used in monarch programmed individuals to signify different alters. The fringe over her eyes symbolises blindness to, well, everything. The true nature of both the industry and themselves. Blind to who and what they really are, blind to the amount of control they’re under. This is tied in well with the handsign, which represents silence and secrecy- something understandingly important to the occult elite of the world, and therefore everyone under their control. The title is clever, not only because it’s plastered right on her face which she can’t see, but also because it aptly applies to this concept of secrecy and being shrouded from reality. 

Cover art these days is littered with symbolism, and is usually a surefire way to tell who’s really who, and if you dig a bit further, you can easily find out who is handled by who and through what means. 
Please, for the love of God, do some research if you don’t know anything about this atrocity of a system.

Why Don’t Monarch Slaves Remember “Lost Time” or “Blackouts”?

People who actually develop DID/MPD through personal childhood trauma often come to realise they have something wrong with them. They do so because when one develops a strong enough alter, the alter begins to have a “mind of its own”. So after a switch takes place, and the host personality comes back to, they’ll often know that they can’t remember what happened for the past hour, or day, or week. This is their first indication of the illness and can be so startling that they often seek help.

Monarch slaves, however, are much much different. Their DID is created artificially, on a level and to an extent only people in the know can comprehend. Tightly controlled monarch slaves have what is called “backup amnesia” built into their systems. This means that when the front alter switches back to taking the body, it’s not like normal DID where they realise they’ve lost time or can’t remember anything. They can’t remember that they don’t remember. Their memories would be manufactured or stitched together seamlessly, so they can’t even question their own realities.

In case you were wondering…
Because I was. And now we all know.