Jessie J’s “Thunder”: Isn’t once or twice enough?


Mickey Mouse ears AND bows = mind control triggers.

I mean really, I genuinely lost count of how many times this woman covers one of her eyes in this music video. I truly did. I guess we’ll know by the end of me writing this- but for now just kick back, relax, and have a read. This one is dark. Darker than dark-dark. Like 3dark5me.

I realise that this music video came out in 2013, but I’d forgotten all about it. Recent or not, it’s highly relevant to the information on this blog, so I’m doing a breakdown of it. Deal with it. (;

The colour scheme of this video is completely black. I mean, black everything. When I said “dark”, I meant that in more than one way. Literally, figuratively, whatever you want to call it. It is how it is.
She’s wearing a nude leotard with black detailing and a black full-neck collar (probably alluding to Beta slave status), and she also has black chiffon fabric on both sides taking on the appearance of some kind of cloak or wings at times.

The video is also set in the middle of a desert in the middle of the night with lots of- you guessed it- storms going on in the distance. Lightning flashing all about throughout the duration of it. Lightning represents two things in the context of the occult elite and monarch programming. In reference to the occult, lightning symbolises Lucifer, the “morning star”, who was struck down to earth by lightning in lore. As far as MK Ultra, lightning represents electricity (obviously)- which is important because almost all programming involves some kind of brutal, unthinkable torture. Electroshock is used very frequently because it traumatises the body and mind to the point of complete and total detachment- which is the goal. When one dissociates fully, programming can be executed properly because the consciousness and perception of the person is no longer interfering with the host-victim’s body. Super.

Anyway, the most obvious of all symbolism in this video is the one-eyed sign, commonly known as the “all-seeing eye”, or the “Eye of Horus”. This represents the global elite and their prideful, seemingly omniscient presence and awareness due to their power and the all-seeing, all-knowing power of Lucifer that they evidently hold so near and dear. The one-eyed symbol is the most commonly used symbol in reference to the elite, as the butterfly is to monarch programming. If you see a well-known politician or celebrity doing the one-eyed “salute”, be keen about what they say and do. It’s always important to be vigilant about the world around you and all of what your mind is taking in. Your mind is your most important asset, so it’s important to protect that.

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Leaning up against a car, suggesting she drove to this metaphorical place or was brought here intentionally.

The first thing we see in this video is Jessie leaning up against a black car in said desert, covering herself up with the sheer black fabric, appearing like a cloak. She looks detached and distant, and the way she’s covering herself signals vulnerability.
Next to the car, we can see a small dead tree or plant of some sort that appears as though it was planted relatively recently. This is significant because it shows a lot about monarch programming- the small plant is young but already lifeless, and was intentionally planted that way by hand- into dry, dead soil. Child victims of MK are broken and their spirits killed before they even get a chance. This is done deliberately and calculatedly, into conditions where they’ll never get the chance to sprout or grow. This is just my interpretation, however.

Next is where she begins to come alive, so to speak. Let the Illuminati batshit begin.Screenshot (511)She covers one of her eyes not even a tenth of the way into the video. No need to explain, we allllllll know what that means.Screenshot (512)Screenshot (514)
After she begins to come alive, she opens up the cloak- rendering herself completely open and susceptible. This is important because that’s the state a victim has to be in in order to program or attach darker things to them.
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Ohhh dear, here she goes covering one eye again. In all fairness, she’s better at doing it slyly in videos than some other people. *COUGH*PARISHILTON*COUGH*
Damn, I’m sorry. This cold is really getting to me.
Ahem, so yeah. Anyway.

She then reaches full-vulnerability mode when she quickly bends over backwards, revealing and opening herself up entirely to… well, whatever darkness is consuming her.

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She then covers her eye again, but I’m already getting tired of saying it so I’m just going to include a nice little collection of her many one-eyed shots at the end of this article. We can count and see how many Satan points she gets. Yay!
When lightning strikes in the distance, she whips open the black fabric and thrusts her arms into the air, fabric being blown about by the tumultuous winds surrounding her.
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Soon after, we see her on the ground, bent over forward, shrouded by the black fabric, and contorting and twisting in an eerily inhuman fashion. This type of movement is reminiscent of what you commonly see in exorcisms and possession- and it reminds me of what we saw happen to Elisa Lam, or the way Rihanna moved in her video for “What Now”.

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Weak, and surrounded by darkness.

Oh yeah, and then she awkwardly forms a triangle with her arm. Could be coincidence, but I personally don’t believe in that. This is very iffy, I’m only including it to cover the full scope of possibility. After all, that’s what having lots of speculation and theories is all about, yeah?

Maybe, maybe not.

Maybe, maybe not- but it’s there.

THERE. Now, this is where shit gets real. She begins to take on a dark, demented personality and you can tell it purely by the look in her eyes. Some of them are very quick flashes, and some are more extended, but they definitely give me the creeps.

Evil glare #1.

Evil glare #1.

After that, we see Jessie chaotically moving and twisting about, while also being surrounded by multiples of her doing the exact same. This screams monarch victim because they literally represent the multiple alters within a subject. It’s disturbing knowing what some of these elite and those in their hierarchy of their monarch system are capable of.

Multiple multiples.

Multiple multiples.

They all just look so lost and distressed.

They all just look so lost and distressed.

Once again, lightning strikes. At that exact moment, she’s posed in a way that represents full openness and acceptance. She’s opened up, and the electricity can do its job (symbolically, in a theoretical monarch setting).
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We then see the darkness quickly consuming her, and these pictures can say more than I ever could. There’s nothing more to it than complete and utter destruction of happiness and joy. You can tell by the looks on her faces.

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Collar around the neck, symbolising control and her status as a slave to the industry and its inner workings.

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Turmoil and hatred simmering inside.

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Cue possession traits, these next photos are pretty unsettling. She is shown levitating, hovering over the ground, completely open and exposed. There’s no way around that. In this first of the levitation flashes, the shadow on the ground does not appear to have a head. It could be the angle of the lighting, but I’m not sure. Regardless, it’s strange. And if the shadow is meant to not have a head, then that’s symbolic of dehumanisation and not having any remaining essence, or “core”- meaning the original self. Just a body to be inhabited and used for other means.
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After the darkness has fully consumed her, and she’s now what I’m going to refer to as “possessed” (call it what you want, it’s all the same), she’s shown standing up tall and seductively, reaching out a hand to the viewer.. beckoning for them to join her..

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Once again, shown surrounded by multiples.

We then quickly see her gazing at us through the dark shroud, symbolising her oblivious and distorted mindstate. This happens very quickly, so if you go to watch the video, watch carefully.
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Then, we’re shown her levitating once more, but this time it’s proof- proof that the levitation represents her soul leaving the body open to any and all outside influence, due to the fact that her spirit is actually shown leaving the body. At first, the body is surrounded by light, shadow on the ground. But then, the light is gone, so is her shadow.. and so is she.
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Literally out of her mind.

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Yeah, sand makes me really angry too.

We then see some evil, dark expressions on her face, and her levitating body is now curled up, an empty hollow shell, in a position similar to a fetus in the womb.
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We also see her kneeling on the ground, head bowed down, wrapped in the darkness, and hands behind her back like she’s completely surrendered. Like a slave about to be killed.
Like a slave who’s accepted that they’re nothing.
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Aaand then we see the most disturbing face in the entire video. It weirds me out just looking at it, this bitch be 666% evil.
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We also have the wondrous privilege of seeing her lookin’ like a completely power-hungry, psychotic demon woman. Pics because it happened.

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Appearing all-powerful and demonic.

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Angel of the light, symbolising satanic deception.

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Self-inflicted injury, commonly programmed into victims in case programming starts to break down or go wrong.

At the end of the video, we see Jessie clutching her neck- a very common form of symbolism related to self-injury and masochism. After, at the very end, she collapses. This is very, very similar to Eminem at the end of his video for “Rap God”.

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Collapsed on the ground, nothing left to give.

So there we have it, mates. Jessie J is just as much of a crazy bitch as Nicki Minaj or Katy Perry or Miley Cyrus or any other MK Ultra-diseased “human” being. These people are no joke. They’re truly slaves. They’re truly not who they once were, when they were young and gullible enough to get involved with the entertainment industry.
For the love of god, if you like to write music, do it for you. Don’t do it for the fame, you’ll never be the same.
End of.

Oh yeah. And here are all the numerous one-eyed shots she provided.
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I wonder who she’s working for. :l

Advertisements’s “Feelin’ Myself”: A celebration of egomania.

   I know this video was made 3 months ago. I accept my flaws, including the one where I’m not the most musically or internetly up-to-
date person in the world because I actually have a life to attend to, but I saw this video and it really struck me as being one of the
most-obvious I’ve seen thus far in pertinence to MK Ultra/ monarch programming.

   The song is called “Feelin’ Myself”. It’s a collaboration by, Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, and last but definitely least, Miley Cyrus. It is the pure celebration of having an ego so big you could take out the entire galaxy with it. These monarch victims/participants are products designed to have “front” alters who are trained to re-wire any and all criticism the sounds of people being “jealous haters”. Without these bulletproof egos, these superstar celebrities likely wouldn’t be able to handle their positions without serious mental breakdowns. Therefore, these egomaniac alters are the “protectors” of their systems, triggered by any number of things.

   In the beginning of this video, takes his place next to Miley to put his fist into the air and say “will-power”.
Miley just stands there, kind of dancing a little lazily and looking off-screen to be directed every moment. No big deal. Except she’s also wearing a Chanel jacket covered in chains, and is wearing actual chains. Pretty self-explanatory, I guess.


   We then see leaning against a car, trying to look badass (Is really “badass”? Why is he even relevant anymore, isn’t he like 40 now?), except it’s not working because he’s leaning against a car that looks like it was made by Hotwheels, and it makes him
look small. Like a pawn.


   Now, every “artist” in this video is shown as computer-generated. I’m not going to sit here and call it “the Transhumanist agenda”
because I’m not here to spread lies or rumours. I’m here to make genuine observations based in fact, regardless of my belief system.
Those facts include the ideas surrounded by the portrayal of these people in this video- the idea that they’re “computer generated”, the idea that they’re disposable and replaceable, and the fact that they’re made to look like human-esque computer creations. As though they’ve been specifically constructed and can be animated according to need.

Image is constantly portrayed as being made of “glass”, which just so happens to shatter. Twice. This is a symbolic representation of the “shattering” of the human psyche induced by the precision abuse, coreographed electroshock, and timed drugging among other unspeakable acts committed in the process of monarch programming. A mirror is a key symbol in MK Ultra, representing the idea that a mirror can be shattered to create fragments, but even though every fragment is just a piece of the original, each one can still be utilised as a mirror to reflect- its original purpose. is shown as a computer generation, similar to Eminem’s portrayal in the video for “Rap God”. None of these ideas are new,
but they perpetuate the meaning behind the symbolism repeatedly shown to society through these mediums. In the frame below, we see only a bust of him, surrounded by a bunch of symbols that may seem meaningless at first. But along the right-hand side of the frame, we can clearly see a human body being scanned, eyes (the window to the soul) being displaced, a single eye letting you know who’s behind this, and a rectangular grid of different lights being illuminated which corresponds with what’s known as “domino programming”.



(Slim in “Rap God”)

   Here we see the ever-so-painfully awkward French Montana being shown numerous ways with a detached head, and being fragmented- indicating being dissociative (the main goal of monarch programming), this means he is not all there, and that he is comprised of parts of a whole.




(parts of a whole)

   Another thing they do with all of the people featured here is they show them as literal multiples of themselves, similar to how both and Britney Spears were portrayed in the video for “Scream and Shout”, or the way Beyonce was shown on-screen during her
Super Bowl presentation.




   Up next is the ever-so-classy Ms. Cyrus, and she, like almost all the others at some point, is shown in a triangular-shaped room (omg alluminady lolol!!!one1!!11) and she says “everybody trippin’ like they poppin’ molly, up in the club is where you’ll find me”, along with talking about twerking like an “expert” (even though she apparently doesn’t know how).

   There’s not much significant I can say about this scene, other than the fact that she’s shown all warped and distorted- like most of the others as well at some point. This is significant because people or children being programmed are often drugged and shown themselves in funhouse mirrors to give them a warped perception of themselves. A lot of children are even taken to the Oregon Vortex’s House of Mystery, which is all a physics illusion to make visitors feel distorted and “off-balance”. Basically, it’s a house of completely scientifically-explainable mind-fuckery, but even those not under the influence of drugs or hypnosis become easily confused and disoriented. The only other thing I can add here is that she, at least in my opinion, is obviously in a sexual/Beta alter because of her actions and disposition, especially when it comes to her relation to will.


(Nice triangle room… although she looks a at bit small in proportion, donchya think?)




(digital creation, pliable, replaceable)




(Beta mode: activated) 

At another point in this video, the most blatant symbol of mind-control is used yet again, showing Miley and will through fractured, and therefore distorted glass. It, too changes and warps with their reflections on it.


(sexual alter showing) 

Incoming Wiz Khalifa is shown no differently than the others. Head detached, multiple copies of him, and kaleidoscopic distortions
masked by lyrics like “the bigger the bill, the bigger you ball” to distract us and keep us dumbed-down to fuck.











In the end, all persons are shown in the same frame, and they all disappear one by one. The end.
Yaaay, so worth-it. Well, for me. Not for you. Don’t watch this shit, it isn’t cool, and it’s certainly nothing to emulate or aspire to. It’s just
mind-numbing. With all the flashing lights, distortions, pretty colours, kaleidoscopic patterns, good beats, and familiar faces to disorient us you too can become entranced by the video and an impression can be made into your subconscious. It’s brainrape. Brape?

Whatever. It’s junk.


   Oh yeah, and apparently doesn’t know what “suicide” doors, are since he puts his arms up like butterfly doors…
Suicide doors are reverse-hinge. And really dangerous. Y’know, like. Suicide.


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Eminem’s “Rap God”: The Return of Slim Shady

Eminem’s “Rap God”: The Return of Slim Shady

Background information…

  • Change of Direction

So recently, Marshall Mathers, more commonly known by his alias “Eminem”, has released another studio album called “The Marshall Mathers LP2″. For a while, particularly during his “Recovery” years, it appeared that Eminem was no longer messing around with the whole “Slim Shady” getup. With songs like “I’m not Afraid”, I began to believe that and have a ray of hope for the popular rap star. But in recent times, it is clear that Mathers is far from done with Slim Shady, addiction, submission to his higher-ups, and his dance with darkness.

He’s made it very clear where he stands now, and through his lyrics, his promotional images, and his musical themes, even Helen Keller could put it together.

  • Promotional Image

The most popularized and widely-distributed image for promotion of his new album features Eminem holding up devil horns. The horns extend out over his head, while his fist covers one of his eyes. If you’re a regular reader of Vigilant Citizen’s articles, and/or are well-versed in occult symbolism, you’ll already understand the significance of this image. If not, please take 2 seconds to research satanic hand-gestures, and the meaning of the ‘one-eye’ symbol, also known as the “Eye of Horus”.


(I wonder what team he’s playing for)

  • Interview with MTV

Before I break this video down for you, allow me to explain one thing. Eminem is not who he once was a long, long time ago. He, himself, stated in an interview with MTV that it only took him “6 minutes” to write the lyrics for the song “Rap God”, which is less time than the actual duration of the song itself. Then later on, he goes to say it took him “a minute and a half”. The most unnerving thing he mentions is that he cannot remember when or where he wrote the song. He only recalls ambiguous bits and pieces from his memory, which is a pretty strong suggestion that this is a result of monarch programming. Victims/ participants often lose their sense of time, as well as experience blackouts due to the fact that their psyche is fractured, resulting in what’s known as co-consciousness. Beyonce is a similar example, as she’s admitted that she never remembers her own performances- that her alter ego “Sasha Fierce” takes over, and that Sasha’s much different than herself.


(He seems really “out-of-it)

Video for “Rap God”…

  • Introduction

“Rap God” starts out with Eminem in a black and white suit and tie, plastered on a geometric background of colors spit up into black-and-colored stripes (a common MK trigger). He flashes back and forth in an array of positions, as well as switching between himself with sunglasses on and off. This is representational of his multiple personalities switching in and out. Also significant is the way in which he’s split up into multicolored versions of himself.



(Switching in and out)

You can also hear him in the background saying “six minutes” repeatedly.

The lyrics in the intro go:

Look, I was gonna go easy on you and not to hurt your feelings

But I’m only going to get this one chance

Something’s wrong, I can feel it (Six minutes, Slim Shady, you’re on)

Just a feeling I’ve got, like something’s about to happen, but I don’t know what

If that means, what I think it means, we’re in trouble – big trouble – and if he is as bananas as you say, I’m not taking any chances

You were just what the doctor ordered

The intro sets a strange tone, and with it rapped in a voice that is not his own, it points to one of his many splits taking over him and consequently, the mic. It almost sounds as though it could be one personality talking about Marshall to another, or two handlers having a conversation.

  • Programming in Progress

You were just what the doctor ordered” is eerily suggestive of his successfully programmed state.

Throughout the beginning of the video, he is showed as being under surveillance, due to the multiple CCTV cameras, and his appearance on TV screens, quite similar to Rihanna in the video for “What Now”. His image is displayed with an array of other images, including “Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em” toy boxers, symbolizing an inner battle and opposing forces.



(No hiding)

At about 34 seconds in, he is shown in the camera room, strapped to a chair, with his body and head attached to wires. Similar to the imagery in Britney Spears’ video for her single “Hold It Against Me”. Also shown on a shelf in the room are WWII- related videos and games- one of which is aptly named “The Programme”. A CCTV camera pans by, capturing them, and imprinting them into Eminem’s mind via the cables he’s attached to.

Image(Literal mind-control)


(Being fed violent imagery)

  • Inside Out

At 1:36, his face is broken up and displayed on multiple TV screens at once, representing his fractured psyche.


(Split into parts of a whole)

And then at 2:03, Eminem is displayed as a type of 3-dimensional hologram figure, showing his dehumanized and robotic state, which he admits to through the lyrics in this song “They said I rap like a robot, so call me Rapbot”. I realized, after watching the video many times over, that this digitized version of him is the outward projection of himself, while the backgrounds of the multicolored bars and shapes are literally the inside of the projection’s head.


(Inside of head)


(Outside of head)

  • Marshall v. Marshall

At 2:13, he is shown rapping and moving about in a dark, black room, wearing solid black clothes. This represents his true self, who is both literally and figuratively “in the dark”. He’s made to look delusional because he’s rapping away from the camera, towards… well, nothing. It’s odd, and it’s no accident.


(Rapping to the air)

After viewing the video a few times, and taking into consideration the other imagery shown in this room, it appears to be another representation of the inside of his mind.

Shortly after, one of the screens shows the game “Pong” over a background consisting of Eminem’s programming room. This is another display of opposing forces, and the opponent is winning. Still, the real Marshall is showed trying to escape, and searching for some way out.


Also shown are clips pointing towards Eminem’s internal struggles and competition between egos.


Included (first, subliminally) is Marshall in a black, leather straight-jacket, looking thoroughly possessed and/or mentally ill. As well, he is only ever shown like this on a red background, inside his mind.


(Winner of the “Most Disturbing Picture of 2013″)

  • Neverending

At 2:58, Eminem is shown dropping out of a portal suspended in the same dark room. It’s what this scene is showing that is symbolic, rather than the portals themselves. Some might say they represent different, fractured mind-states created by his handlers, and from a still picture and no other information, that might be believable. But if you’re familiar with the video game “Portal”, and you understand how portals work, then it might be a little easier for you to understand what they symbolize here. In the game, you use the portals to traverse obstacles. In other words, the portals get you from one place to another. In Em’s mind, he’s shown looking through, falling from, and jumping through these portals in an attempt to get somewhere other than where he is now. And every time he tries, because the portals are all in the same vicinity, he just winds up right back where he started.


(No way out)

This shows the endless cycle MK Ultra instills in these people’s minds. Not unlike the video for “Fjogur Piano” by Sigur Ros, an air of inescapability and eternal torment is conveyed. That is why often times, it’s so difficult for victims to break free from the cycle. Not because it’s unbreakable, but because they’re lead to believe it to be. That’s why it may be easy for us to say “You’re stupid, you can break free whenever you want”, but that’s just it. It’s from our perspective that we may say things like that. Yet from theirs, we’re the ones who look “stupid”, because their understanding of the world around them and how it works is much, much different than how we see it. That’s how they’re programmed to be. Programming not only changes the person’s mind, but it removes from them their purity, their essence, and their liveliness. It breaks them, and in the process, destroys their willpower altogether.

  • Handlers

Throughout the whole video, there are clips of Eminem rapping and dancing around with his hood over his eyes. He’s surrounded by a group of people all dressed in black, literally pushing him around and keeping him somewhat ‘stable’, as he appears to be either drunk, drugged, or both.


He then raps “I’m the walking dead, but I’m just a talking head, a zombie floating”, which so accurately describes his state as an MK victim, or possibly ‘participant’, as he goes on to rap and brag about the benefits of his career- i.e. money, drugs, and sex. What else is new.

The further on the song goes, the more unstable he becomes. Literally being handled, he begins falling in and out of the arms of his ‘posse’.

  • Black & White


   (Good & Evil)

Throughout this whole song and video, there are bits and pieces all pointing to the extreme duality and spiritual themes behind its true meaning.

“That if you’re half as nice at songs you can sacrifice virgins too”

“Even though I walk in the church and burst in a ball of flames”

“So you be Thor and I’ll be Odin

You rodent, I’m omnipotent”

“And I’m a million leagues above you, ill when I speak in tongues”

“I’m drunk so Satan take the fucking wheel, I’m asleep in the front seat”


“But in my head there’s something I can feel tugging and struggling

Angels fight with devils”

are just a few lyrical examples, not including all of the religious imagery and words found in multiple subliminal frames.

Subliminal text examples given: “Inferno”, “God was Bold”, “Pagan”, “Satan spake”, “lake of fire”, and “Omnipotent”.

Subliminal visual examples including, but not limited to:


  • Ending Scene

Towards the end of the video, Em is shown immediately gripping the seat he’s in in the camera room- almost as though he’s being jolted with electricity. When his programming is complete, he detaches from the wires and proceeds to show a display of inhuman mental and psychic powers.


(Download: 100% Complete)

He begins to levitate, both above the sea of people pushing him around, as well as in the programming room.

Levitation is a common theme found in the process of exorcism and possession because it’s an intimidation factor used to show power over the laws of physics/ properties of this world. In the programming room, as he’s rising, books, videos, records, cassette tapes, and computer parts all begin to fly off the shelves and form a violent maelstrom around him. In my opinion, this represents his mastery over all which is now rendered obsolete due to his perfected, “God-like” state.


His internal mind is shown as successfully fracturing into dozens of pieces, the colored lines now in disarray.


(“Success” = A fractured ego)

After these scenes take place, he is shown walking on water, another blasphemous depiction of his new-found godhood.


As the video comes to an end (exactly at the 6-minute mark Shady was allowed), Eminem collapses into the sea of people- symbolizing Shady’s stepping-back down and return to his dormant state within Em’s mind.


(Lost consciousness… some people find it funny, apparently)

Physical collapse is another common theme found in possession, as the grandiose displays often leave the human body thoroughly and completely exhausted.

In Conclusion…

This video is one of the most disturbing videos I’ve seen in a while, especially when the time’s been taken to watch it frame-for-frame in order to catch all the subliminal imagery. If you look into his eyes, watch his gestures, and pay attention to the way he moves, you can clearly see something so distinctly inhuman about him and his behavior. Similar to the gestures of Elisa Lam when she was attacked, Eminem’s movements appear distorted and strange.


(Elisa Lam-esque)


Through his soulless gaze, you can tell he’s truly given himself over to the pressures of the beast known as the industry. He states how angels and devils are fighting over him, and how he wants nothing to do with the person angels want him to be. He’s clearly cut himself off from any shred of hope or light, and while it makes me sad, it doesn’t surprise me.

In the words of Iggy Azalea, “Once you go great, you never go good. You never go back, even if you could”.


(But is it truly worth-it…?)

works cited:

Mathers, Marshall. Eminem- Rap God (Explicit). Dir. Rich Lee. Prod. Justin Diener and Kathy
Angstadt. YouTube. EminemVEVO, 27 Nov. 2013. Web. 1 Dec. 2013. < 

Mathers, Marshall. Eminem’s ‘Rap God’ Lyrics Took ’6 Minutes’ To MTV, 5 Nov. 2013.
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Promotional photograph of Eminem for album “Marshall Mathers LP 2″. Idolator. BuzzMedia, 26 Aug.
2013. Web. 1 Dec. 2013. < 
“Eminem – Rap God lyrics.” Direct Lyrics. Ed. Yvo Schaap. Spin Music, 2013. Web. 1 Dec. 2013.