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Topic: mirror mirror on the … what’s with all the mirrors?

Recently, representatives from the New York Public Library revealed library archives containing a stash of video games that LSD-promoting CIA asset and hippie-counterculture fraud Timothy Leary developed during the 1980s. One game, Mind Mirror, which he based on his Ph.D thesis “The Social Dimensions of Personality,” encouraged players to create, role-play and evaluate different personalities. The CIA was pleased with his theories on personality, so much so that it commissioned him to develop a series of tests based on his research.

Just days before the library announcement, Arcade Fire released a video for “Reflektor,” a single from the band’s latest album of the same name. This video features:

  • a man made from bits of fractured mirrors
  • the mirror house in which he lives
  • disco balls
  • a mirrored pond into which Narcissus band members stare
  • lyrics repeating in hypnotic fashion that it’s all “…just a reflection of a reflection of a reflection”

Earlier in 2013, two other reliable mind-control puppets contributed to this reflective trend: Justin Timberlake with his single “Mirrors,” and Beyonce’s ad for Pepsi, also called “Mirrors,” which features her standing in front of a mirror watching past images of herself.

Pop culture’s fascination with mirrors is not just a random trend, or even a recent one. Mirrors play a significant role in luciferian Monarch Mind Control programming. Such slaves perceive multiple mirror images throughout their mind, representing the fractured remnants of a core identity. Like a broken mirror, none of the fragments reflects the whole. Each fragment can become a separate identity, with some slaves having thousands of alters complete with different talents, skills, and personalities. Images of broken mirrors can represent a slave’s many false personalities, or even — if it’s the slave creating the image — an attempt to break free from programming.

Selected slaves undergo programming from a young age, including games that involve identifying matched items (the childhood “Match Game”) and standing in front of distorted circus mirrors. This regimentation helps to build mirror images in the developing mind, so targets come to see themselves only as reflections of something else. Programmers also use children’s books such as Through the Looking Glass and Snow White as important tools. Disney, obviously, is a big contributor to the system, pretending to own so-called rights to many of those children’s tales, churning out generational “child star” slaves like Annette Funicello, Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus.

Hello other me

“Hello, other me”

Discarded mind control slaves who have been “thrown from the freedom train” (killed) often presented posthumous evidence of the use of mirrors in their programming. Marilyn Monroe’s home, according to her former housekeeper, was filled with floor-to-ceiling mirrored walls plus mirrored counters and table-tops. Lyrics to Jimi Hendrix’s song “Room Full of Mirrors” include:

I used to live in a room full of mirrors
All I could see was me
Well I take my spirit and I smash my mirrors
Now the whole world is here for me to see

Hendrix’s former handlers didn’t see fit, of course, to release that particular song until after his 1970 death in London, England. By the end of his life, Hendrix was already afraid of his handlers, claiming that his manager Michael Jeffrey and girlfriend Monika Danneman were not acting with his best interests in mind, to say the least, and that he would only ever see Seattle again from the inside of a pine box (Jeffrey allegedly confessed two days after Hendrix’s death to being involved in his murder). “Room Full of Mirrors” emerged in 1971 on a posthumous album titled “Rainbow Bridge,” which itself is an occulted symbol of passing over (death) as suggested within these lines from Dante’s epic Middle Ages poem The Divine Comedy:

And even as the air, when full of rain,
By alien rays that are therein reflected,
With divers colours shows itself adorned,
So there the neighbouring air doth shape itself
Into that form which doth impress upon it
Virtually the soul that has stood still.

As a matter of fact, Jimi Hendrix was working on a double LP album at the time of his death, an album which would have included the song “Room Full of Mirrors” as well as other occult-like titles such as “Flying Night Bird” (Moloch) and “Belly Button Window” (window to the soul). In 1997, that in-progress album also got a posthumous release, under the occult-like title “First Rays of the New Rising Sun.”

Hendrix wasn’t the only musician to fracture and then get used both during life and after death. Michael Jackson wrote a song called “Man in the Mirror,” and allegedly forbade his children from looking at mirror-image reflections of their true selves. When Jackson began to speak out about “devils” bullying his family and started naming names, he became marked for an early death.

Luciferians also like to use the ancient Atbash cypher to reverse-order letters in a coded message, and sometimes they’ll even present mirrored text as a symbol of their mind control efforts. Often, though, it can be hard to tell the deliberate from the naive. The logo for Madonna’s new Art for Freedom project is the word “REVOLUTION” with “EVOL” portrayed as mirrored text. The Ron Paul “revolution” uses the exact same mirrored text tactic. Luciferian? Go ahead and decide that for yourself.

The most recent collection of songs and videos into which the NWO embedded mirrors as a reminder that the performers are mere puppets includes:

  • Katy Perry, “Wide Awake”
  • Rihanna, “SOS”
  • Lady Gaga & Beyonce, “Telephone”
  • Lil Wayne & Bruno Mars, “Mirror”
  • Sigur Rós, “Fjögur Píanó”
  • Britney Spears, “Girl in the Mirror”

Is Ms. Spears the “girl” to Jackson’s “man?” Is she afraid to speak out, desperate instead to shave her head and rid herself of all those manufactured images? The next time you see mirrors and broken mirrors in popular culture, pity the targets of luciferian Monarch Mind Control.