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Jessie J has always marched to the beat of her own drummer. But at the Glamour Awards, she made an entrance to the iconic eight beats that come at the end of EastEnders. The Price Tag singer seemed to have taken style tips from Albert Square stalwart Pat Butcher, opting to wear head to toe royal blue and enormous earrings.
She doesn’t need a face full of make-up, yet Jessie J still insists on wearing a bit too much, The British singer appeared to have been too heavy handed with her blusher brush and red lipstick when getting ready for her book launch yesterday, As she smiled for the cameras at Waterstones in Piccadilly, it was clear to see that Jessie was wearing far too much of the cosmetics on her face.
At first glance, the song has a noble message regarding the love of music winning over the love of money. What better way to convey this revolutionary message than with a mainstream, gimmicky, formulaic and made-for-radio pop song which strategically features today’s hottest crossover rapper. Alright, that might be harsh, but it illustrates the fact that there is a lot of cognitive dissonance involved with this song. Although its message is about the un-importance of money and embracing individuality, the single is obviously calculated to get the most radio play possible, while constantly depicting the artist as a puppet or toy. Let’s look at the video.
You might have recognized a bunch of symbols discussed in other articles on this site, about other artists such as Rihanna or Lady Gaga. But there are other scenes displaying semi-twisted kiddie stuff. What do they mean? According to director Emil Nava:
“Just basically sort of came up with the idea thinking about things that are larger than life, but really sort of like mass, It’s sort of like this hyper real, sort of toy world with Jessie J bringing a fashion edge to it.”
Um, OK. That was eloquent, Emil Nava. When asked about these types of videos, directors are extremely vague and barely coherent. On the other hand, they can’t very well say to Teen Bop Magazine “Well, it’s about Illuminati mind control, where Jessie J is a Monarch slave being manipulated by higher powers”.
However this is exactly what this video is about and only a little knowledge of Monarch programming and its symbolism is needed to understand it. Seeing one symbol associated with mind control in a video might be the result of a coincidence but seeing numerous symbols which strongly point towards the same concept makes the coincidence theory very unlikely. Here are some of the video’s symbols.
One-Eyed Teddy Bear
Right from the start, the video begins with a powerful and symbolic image, one that sums up the entire meaning of this piece: a teddy bear with one eye missing and a torn arm. The combination of several elements in this scene strongly point towards trauma-based mind control (a concept that has been covered in previous articles).
First, a mutilated teddy bear alludes to a corrupted childhood and the loss of innocence. It symbolizes the destruction of something that is very dear to a child. In the field of Monarch programming, teddy bears with no limbs have a specific meaning referring to the helplessness of mind control victims versus their handlers.
“Many of the common things in our everyday life are refrained by the Programmers to have hidden mind-control meanings. The Teddy Bear the child is given by her Daddy is to remind her how helpless she is to prevent him from raping her.
The programmers and parents of slaves frequently give stuffed animals. The teddy bear without hands represents to the victim their helplessness.”
To further drive the point home, the teddy bear has one eye missing, a symbol that consistently represents Illuminati control.
Music Box Ballerina
In another scene, Jessie J is portrayed as a ballerina in a music box, the type you have to wind-up before it starts dancing. The ballerina needs an outside force to get her to perform, another metaphor for the mind state of an industry artist and a mind controlled slave. The same symbol is the theme of the movie Black Swan
Portraying pop stars as puppets manipulated by unseen forces from above is one of the Illuminati’s favorite ways to show their control of the industry. What better way to show the elite’s use of pop stars to program and indoctrinate the masses?
In Monarch programming, the symbol of the puppet is often used to describe the state of a mind controlled slave.
“To get a puppet, the body is given a drug which paralyzes the child. Then electro-shock is applied to certain muscles upon the command of the programmer. The effect is that the child has no control over his body, and the programmer can make the child’s body parts jerk and move by electro-shocking the muscles. The child actually becomes the puppet of the programmer. This is a very powerful program. One of the names connected with Monarch programming is Marionette Programming. The child literally becomes a Marionette. This concept appears to have been cooked up by the Germans under Hitler. An alter System as a child is physically shown that they are a marionette puppet. Their muscles are electro-shocked in such a way as to take advantage of the natural reflexes. When electro-shocked that way, the victim’s body parts jerk out of our control at the whim of the programmer to prove to the victim that they are a puppet. At this time, the rules are given and rule number 8 is that the alters are their puppet.”
In another scene, Jessie J is sitting inside a doll house which is yet another significant setting in terms of mind control. Due to intense trauma, Monarch slaves are encouraged to dissociate from reality to escape the pain of the various tortures they must endure. The doll house is a representation of the make-believe world victims escape to when dissociation occurs. Furthermore, actual doll houses are used as props in the programming of children.
“In the early programming, a little girl while being tortured would be shown a multi-roomed dollhouse. The rooms would each have a separate color. The rooms would be linked in the child’s mind to computers. In other words–the dollhouse structure was the structure the computers used.”
This scene is shown for less than a second. It is nevertheless extremely meaningful. It is a visual representation of the fractured psyche of a trauma victim. In mind control symbolism, dolls represent the alter persona created and programmed by the slave’s handler. In the video, the doll head has one eye missing, alluding to Illuminati mind control. Jessie’s eye is where the missing eye should be, effectively portraying the merger of the victim with its alter persona.
Fractured Leg and Animal Print
Here Jessie has one leg removed from her body, another reminder of the fractured mind state of the victim. To further drive the point home, the singer is wearing feline-print leggings, which, as we have often seen, is a code for Sex-Kitten programming.
Jessie is not the only one being portrayed in “not-in-control” positions. Rapper B.O.B. also gets the same treatment.