Foxes is an EDM-style singer who rose to fame on the track Clarity by Zedd. She has a new (and debut) album called Glorious and the first video from said album is called Let Go for Tonight. It’s actually a better song than Clarity, in my opinion, but that’s besides the point. There’s a couple Illuminati signs worth pointing out in this catchy little tune.
The image posted on VEVO for the video begs the question of Illuminati affiliation with her holding the ‘666’ symbol over her eye (symbolic for the All Seeing Eye and Age of Horus that Aleister Crowley and occult types ushered in):
This should be no surprise to see this because the EDM scene has been infiltrated by Illuminati with things such as Tomorrowland which had a Crowleyland in 2012 filled with Illuminati symbolism:
Then when you watch the video you see the ‘666’ hand gestures again, in presumably an Indian hasta, but given the Illuminati symbolism she has else where I’m gonna file it under the nefarious option:
She also does that horns of Moloch, or the mano canuto:
This was pointed out in my Beyonce ‘Drunk in Love’ Illuminati symbolism:
The Moloch stuff is explained in further detail in my post about Occult & Illuminati holiday traditions:
Leprechauns were originally evil, demonic creatures that could wreak havoc on everything in their path (like in the film of the same name). Their power was held in their shillelagh rod/staff, which is a perversion of Aaron’s rod that had powers from God. The shillelagh is also believed to be a symbol for Moloch, the horned god. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon had a temple of Nimrod(with the single or double horns; represented as aka Moloch) where sacrifices were given, as referred to in 2nd Kings 23:10:
He also defiled Topheth, which is in the valley of the son of Hinnom, that no man might make his son or his daughter pass through the fire for Molech.
They believed that Moloch would give them financial blessings if they sacrificed their children, and this is believed to continue to this day, as is evident by the startling number of missing children around the world at any given time. A study from 1999 reported that approximately 800,000 children are missing every year in America. 800,000 is an astoundingly high number, that’sabout 16,000 per state (if distributed evenly).
It’s nothing new, we’ve seen from various other Illuminati affiliated artists:
Here’s the video: