In the world of “Illuminati” symbolism, nothing stands out more than the high profile ritual. The Super Bowl is by and far the highest energy that can be captured via the ritual, but these award shows are not far behind.
Truth be told I haven’t seen the 2014 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, but I stumbled across an image of Marky Mark with the backdrop for the 2014 KCA’s and noticed the owl so I couldn’t resist.
The owl is shown with sunglasses to make it seem cooler, but I don’t think the kids would think it’s so cool if they were one of the Illuminati child sacrifices found at the Bohemian Grove Cremation of Care ceremony conducted annually.
Of course, the Cremation of Care ceremony is a ‘mock’ act, all in good fun, right? Sure. The dirty secret is that the ancient cultures used to be able to openly do these types of sacrifices for thousands of years in order to appease their deities, but then it got pushed underground with more modern day forms of worship like Christianity that proclaimed it inappropriate. I explain how this all went down (and perhaps still does) in my hip hop conspiracy book SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC.
The whole idea of having a Kids Choice Awards is oddly disturbing as well. In Freeman Fly’s Weird Stuff books you can read about the origins of the term “Nickelodeon” (a nickel arcade in which people could watch smut films for five cents). At the Nickelodeon KCA they have an Orange Carpet that has these kids pose in dresses like they are adults.
Of course, some of them really are adults, but they still look too young so it gives it a creepy pedo-vibe. Like Ariana Grande, who’s actually 20:
The purpose for all of this is to satisfy Aleister Crowley’s Age of Horus- child god worship stage of man. I’ve got more on this in a whole post devoted to Crowley and his Illuminati magick trance on the entertainment industry:
Crowley believed that Horus wanted him to be the prophet that was to inform the human race of the entrance into this Aeon of Horus era, ushering in the 20th century. Thelema religion says human history can be divided into eras of different magical and religious expressions. The first era was the Aeon of Isis; the second was Aeon of Osiris, and the third is the Aeon of Horus (what we’re experiencing now; since Crowley’s introduction into it). Here’s where we can see the tie-in between the Ancient Egyptians, the occult, and the modern day “Illuminati”.
Aeon of Isis: This was known as the era of Goddess worship (e.g. Egyptian goddess Isis). The emphasis at this time period was on matriarchal values, and the balance of human nature. Aeon of Osiris: This occurred during the medieval times with male god worship (e.g. Egyptian god Osiris). The emphasis during this time was on patriarchy and male dominated values. Aeon of Horus: This is the modern time with child god worship (e.g. Egyptian god Horus).
This current Aeon of Horus that Crowley believed he was intended to usher in is why we see the musicians doing the symbol for the all seeing eye, or the Eye of Horus (on the US Seal on the dollar bill pyramid). This symbol for the eye is found in Freemasonry as the Eye of Providence as well.
In that same post I have more on that child-sacrifice weirdness with the Boleskine House that Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin owned:
The sand surrounding it allowed him to see the foot prints of the beasts he would invoke. The house itself was named after the Babylonian Ba’al; who the Canaanites sacrificed children to in the Bible, who is the same entity that we see symbolized with the devil horns (aka Moloch). This figure (Ba’al, is short for Baal Zebub, or Beelzebub; the Devil) is the same entity that is provided with sacrifices to this day at the Bohemian Grove Cremation of Care ceremonies.
So all of that Bohemian Grove stuff takes us back to the owl that we see watching over the Kids Choice Awards:
And while I’m tossing out conjectures, is Austin Mahone telling us he’s in the Illuminati with his All Seeing Eye photo shot?:
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