Paris Jackson tweets about Illuminati and sketches occult pictures
Paris Jackson, daughter of Michael, is all over the map with this Illuminati business. She is desperately trying to speak out with multiple avenues, and I find it hard to believe she’s doing it just for the publicity. I mean, she is Michael Jackson’s daughter so she could do pretty much anything and still get publicity. She’s been going through a lot, with a recent suicide attempt in June, so it’s tough to say how much to invest in these tweets and images.
Here are the tweets and sketches, check out the original post for more from VigilantCitizen:
On July 13th, Paris was released from the hospital but was transferred to an “undisclosed residential treatment center” – one that was recommended by her doctors. She is therefore still under tight surveillance because, according to People magazine: “The feeling is that Paris is still a danger to herself.” Why is she still a “danger to herself” is she did this for “attention”? Things are unclear. Is there MK programming going on there?
One thing is for sure, Paris is definitely aware of the dark side of the entertainment industry. Through her Twitter account, she was looking to “educate” her fans know about it. Here are some of the tweets posted on her verified Twitter and Instagram accounts (most of them were however deleted since then).
Here, Paris refers to MJ’s song “They Don’t Care About Us”, a song that seems to be directed at the elite. “Tell me what has become of my rights/ Am I invisible because you ignore me? / Your proclamation promised me free liberty, now I’m tired of bein’ the victim of shame/ They’re throwing me in a class with a bad name/ I can’t believe this is the land from which I came/ You know I really do hate to say it/ The government don’t wanna see”
It might be relevant to know that Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson’s doctor who was ultimately charged with “involuntary manslaughter”, is a high level Freemason.
According to “Freemasons for Dummies” Murray was grand lodge officer of “irregular” Masonic lodge.
“Dr. Conrad Murray was actually a member of the “United Most Worshipful Scottish Grand Lodge of Texas”, an irregular, unrecognized bogus group in the Houston area, that has absolutely nothing to do with the Grand Lodge of Texas AF&AM, the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas F&AM, or any other regular, recognized form of Freemasonry. Within three years of joining, Murray was made a grand lodge officer, with the rank of Grand Medical Director, which is the title that appears on his officer’s collar in the photo.”
– Chris Hoddap, Michael Jackson’s Doctor, Conrad Murray’s Freemasonry