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A-JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

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Vigilant Citizen
September 21, 2013

Illuminati mind control symbolism does not only exist in the Western world. In Asia, the widely popular K-Pop scene is also replete with the same imagery. We’ll look at the symbolism of A-JAX’s “Insane” and Ladies’ Code “Hate You”, two blatant examples that prove the elite’s symbolism is truly international.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

K-Pop (pop music from South Korea) has garnered an incredible following across the world as its machine keeps creating new boy and girl bands and music videos that become instant YouTube hits. The “Korean wave” has hit not only Asia, but also Latin America, Northeast India, the Middle East, and North Africa. However, while K-Pop appears to have become somewhat of an alternative to Western pop culture, it is not exempt from the Illuminati symbolism and the Agenda found in Western pop. In fact, the symbolism is often more blatant and in-your-face with K-Pop videos, causing me to ask: Is K-Pop truly an alternative to Western pop or just an effective way for the elite to get its message across in Asia?

A quick look at K-Pop videos such as A-JAX’s “Insane” and Ladies’ Code “Hate You” is all it takes to realize that mind control symbolism is as heavily pushed in K-Pop than it is in the West. In fact, both of these videos basically read like a MK-101 manual, using all of the symbols associated with it and portraying the stars as slaves. K-Pop has effectively become another outlet for the elite to promote its “mind control culture”, even alluding to its sadistic practices in stylish videos aimed at young (and unaware) people. (For more information mind control, read the article Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control.) Let’s look at the videos and see how they fit right in with the MK Agenda that is also pushed in the Western world.

A-JAX’s “Insane”

A-JAX is one of these K-Pop “idol” boy bands that were completely created by a record label and reality TV. Their video “Insane” contains all of the hallmarks of MK symbolism. Furthermore, it clearly depicts the singers as mind-controlled slaves who are hypnotized in a mental institution and dissociate to a world full of MK symbolism. How much clearer can it get ?

The video takes place in a mental institution room, where the band members held there are constantly hypnotized by creepy doctors. Throughout the video, the members dissociate to an alternate world while physically staying in the room. Causing a slave to dissociate is the basic premise of Monarch mind control and the video clearly refers to this. Why expose children to this sick practice? Because it is part of the elite’s Agenda.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The singer is in a room and hypnotized by a handler. Throughout the video, the clock displays random times, probably emphasize the fact that MK slaves lose all sense of time. Above the singer is a Baphomet head (we do not fully see it in this shot). This symbolic figure is an anchor point for the slave’s alternate worlds.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The video completely conforms to the “codes” of MK culture: Here, the slave’s dissociation is represented by “going through the looking glass”.

As seen in previous articles, “going through the looking glass” is the classic symbol for dissociating from reality. It was taken from Alice in Wonderland, a story that is used as a tool to program slaves.

When the slave goes through the mirror, he enters his “internal world” as programmed by his handler.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

In one scene, the “inner psyche” is represented by a room full of mirrors.

Those behind the making of the video appear to have a good knowledge of Monarch programming, because this is exactly how the internal world of Monarch slaves is made to be.

“In programming Monarch slaves, mirrors are used a great deal. Within the Monarch slave’s mind, countless mirror images are made. The slave sees thousands of mirrors everywhere in their mind.”
- Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The concept of hall of mirrors to represent a slave’s mind is often used in MK-themed media such as Katy Perry’s “Wide Awake” (read the article about it here).

The slaves then goes through another mirror and ends in another VERY symbolic scene: A room that solely consists of dualistic black and white patterns.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The pattern of this room was not randomly chosen: Dualistic patterns are used to program/hypnotize MK slaves.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

This painting by Monarch slave survivor Kim Noble (read the article about her here) clearly shows the importance of the pattern in MK programming. The similarities between the music video and this painting is too striking to ignore.

The video clearly shows that the scenes of dissociation are happening in the slave’s mind.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

After seeing this guy in the checkerboard room with wind blowing at him, we see him in the hospital room facing a fan, implying that he is physically in the institution but that his mind has completely dissociated.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

This singer has dissociated to another room. There are pentagrams all over his clothes. Combined with the Baphomet head behind him, this scene refers to the black magic rituals that happen during the slaves’ programming.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

At one point, the Baphomet-head’s eyeballs creepily turn towards the viewers, emphasizing its importance and letting you know that “it is watching you”.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

What kind of institution room has a Baphomet head right above the patient’s bed while he’s being hypnotized? A mind control programming site … nowhere else.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

Close-ups of the video camera tell the viewers that these A-JAX guys are not simply “Insane”, they are being monitored and controlled by their handlers.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The slave holds the “key to his psyche” but, as we can see here, it consists of two rear ends with no key, hinting to the fact that slaves do not own the key to their own mind.

All of this leads to the ultimate goal of Monarch programming: The fracturing of the core persona and the creation of new ones.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The multiplication of the slave into new personas.

Almost every single frame of “Insane” is filled with imagery associated with and used in MK programming. While the song is about them being “insane”, we clearly see that there is a lot more going on there. The singers are actively being hypnotized, monitored and controlled to dissociate from reality. Combined with occult symbolism, the video gives a complete picture of what MK culture is all about.

Ladies’ Code “Hate You”

Reading the title of the song and a translation of the lyrics, most people would believe that “Hate You” is about a girl that hates her boyfriend but cannot leave him. However, the imagery of the video communicates something a lot more disturbing. There are absolutely no references to a love relationship in the video but plenty of references to another kind of relationship: One between an MK slave and her handler. Not only is the video replete with the basic symbolism we’ve seen in previous articles, it symbolically portrays the sick relationship between a programmed slaves and a sadistic handler.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The girl is sitting in a room full of dolls (which represent the slave’s alter personas). On the wall are tally marks used by prisoners to count days behind bars. We therefore understand that the girl is “confined” and held there against here will. For a split second, the image of a caterpillar appears on screen.

 

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

Immediately after, the image of a butterfly appears on screen – the symbol of Monarch (a type of butterfly) programming.

When we combine the dolls, the tally marks and the butterfly, we obtain a clear reference to Monarch programming.

“The name MONARCH is not necessarily defined within the context of royal nobility, but rather refers to the monarch butterfly.

When a person is undergoing trauma induced by electroshock, a feeling of light-headedness is evidenced; as if one is floating or fluttering like a butterfly. There is also a symbolic representation pertaining to the transformation or metamorphosis of this beautiful insect: from a caterpillar to a cocoon (dormancy, inactivity), to a butterfly (new creation) which will return to its point of origin. Such is the migratory pattern that makes this species unique.”
- Ron Patton, Project Monarch

While the two above frames are pure mind control imagery, the rest of the video makes everything clearer regarding its true meaning.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

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Here the singer innocently (yet creepily) plays with a marionette.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

She then becomes the marionette, controlled by unseen hands – a classic way of depicting an MK slave.

The other singers appear in similar scenes. They first play the role of the handler, then the slave.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

The singer holds the doll in a forceful, restrictive way.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

She is then held herself by unseen handlers.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

This singer gives the doll a cruel and unusual punishment: she burns one of its eyes using a magnifying glass.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

We then see her with an eye patch, implying that she got the same treatment and that she is a slave herself. Also, this is a slick way of flashing the unavoidable one-eye sign.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

Speaking of the unavoidable one-eye sign, here it is again.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

In this scene, the two singers are sitting behind a plate full of dolls that were torn apart. This is a symbol used to represent powerless and fragmented MK slaves. Like in A-JAX’s video, there’s a horned figure “presiding” over the scene.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

This singer is strategically placed in front of the horns, making them appear as if they were sticking out of her head. This indicates that she is playing an MK handler. Here, she is holding a doll’s head while brushing its hair.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

For a split second, the image of a Baphomet-like skull flashes on her face, emphasizing the fact that these horns are not there for random reasons.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

She then holds the doll’s hair, confirming that she was a handler basically torturing (scalping) a slave represented by the doll.

A JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K Pop

A slave literally bound to her handler.

As the large number of screenshots taken from this video suggest, “Hate You” is pretty much a non-stop compilation of Monarch programming imagery. The members of Ladies’ Code are made to play the role of handlers and slaves, symbolically recreating some of the horrendous torture actual slaves have to live through. The chorus, which repeats “I hate you” three times to end with “but I love you”, can be interpreted as MK who despise their sadistic handlers, but that are nevertheless programmed into feeling something resembling love towards them. Sick? Yes.

In Conclusion

If you’re a regular reader of this site, you can by now easily recognize the specific set of symbols that is used by the occult elite its promote MK culture. Those who are part of the Monarch programming system have created a disturbing culture surrounding it, complete with esthetics and symbols that are now omnipresent in mass media. All of this is packaged with catchy tunes and good-looking performers, which causes young people to subliminally associate this culture with positive feelings, even making it fashionable. As the above videos prove, this is all becoming increasingly blatant and interpreting these videos through the mind-control lens is almost impossible.

While the mind-control culture appears to have originated in the United States, the exact same set of symbols and meanings are also present in the booming South Korean pop scene. The fact that this is happening proves two things: First, the set of symbols I describe in videos is NOT a result of coincidence. It is cohesive imagery that originates from Monarch mind control. Second, it is obvious that at the top of all music industries, whether it be in America, Europe or Asia, the same occult elite are promoting the same Agenda. Why does Baphomet have to be in all of these videos across the world? Because the horned head represents those in power, and those in power are not your locally elected politicians, but a global elite. Through these videos, you are being told what the elite believes in and the sick practices it engages in. Are people rebelling against this? No, quite to contrary, they are dancing to it and paying money to purchase it. I guess A-JAX aren’t the only ones who are Insane.

This article was posted: Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 7:14 am





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