Video Games & Anime Illuminati Agenda Exposed

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Idk if anyone mentioned it, but online games are where most of the mind control is happening. Sure, a lot of single-player games can fuck with your mind. Online is where the real predators are thriving, though.

Nobody knows what I'm talking about every time I mentioned "Meridian 59". This sucks because it's significant for two reasons. One, I was the only person ever to beat an unbeatable game. Meridian wasn't loaded with the typical symbolism, the game's novelty and high stakes made it feel real.

I now know I was targeted through this game when I was like 13. I was taught to thirst for revenge and power. That's all icing on the cake to knowing I never won the game from being good or talented. I won from rolling loaded dice and then using the fix to dominate people psychologically.

Damn, cultists are everywhere, aren't they?
 






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What the heck does anime about child-soldier veteran, working after war as postman who writes letter for clients, and has robotic hands have to do with the Roth-schild family and Nabuchonodosor II? I'm still not sure what to think of gematria, I feel like people overdo it sometimes, but it honestly surprised me how this match.
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I really struggle to make a convincing connection. For a long time I thought this was one the most normal animes.
The most obvious thing probably has to do with mind control and delta programming, for the main character looks like victim of it right from the start. A child soldier with no emotions, fighting in war. Found alone as child on deserted island, couldn't speak, couldn't read or write, but was able to kill almost all soldiers who found her with bare hands.
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A bit exaggerated, as usual in anime, but good way to point to special training/delta programming. The whole anime is basically about how she's changing after war and becoming more human.

Another possible connection I see is transhumanism. Look, this cute girl has robotic hands, how cool she is - or something.

If I wanted to be optimistic, I would suggest this could be a work that wants to spread hope to victims. Be it victim of mind control, veteran, or victim of any other difficult life situation? Showing a story of transformation, healing and finding purpose for living outside of being a tool for people of power. From that point of view it really would be sad, yet beautiful story. "You must live and be free."

Interesting facts connected to the anime:
1. the studio where it was made was set on fire by mentally ill man who blamed the studio for plagiarism (of a different work, not this one).
Wikipedia: The Kyoto Animation arson attack - The arson killed at least 36 people, injured an additional 33, and destroyed most of the materials and computers in Studio 1. It is one of the deadliest massacres in Japan since the end of World War II, the deadliest building fire in Japan since the 2001.
Interesting numbers there.

2. It's expensive animation masterpiece.
Because of limited resources and limited time usual practice is to draw everything as fast and as simple as possible, the less everything moves (hair, clothes, objects, ...), the better. But this anime is full of movement, lines and details - an animation nightmare. The studio is known for paying better than usual (animator job in Japan is terribly underpaid). This anime must have been expensive. I wonder, did somebody pay them to do it?

3. Violet Evergarden won the first, and still only, grand prize at the fifth Kyoto Animation Awards in 2013.

There is more ofc, mostly small things about people, their work and circumstances that might look insignificant by themselves, but they're definitely rising suspicion.

A documentary if somebody's interested in rant about how amazing the animation and animators are.
 






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«Spirit of Nature» для героини Honor of King
 






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More abut Blizzard
Same thing in league of legends

Varus one-eye + spiral on the column - freemason logo on forehead




Bard spiral - spiral



Ahri spiral - one eye - one eye + pentagram on headset - butterflies





Akali spiral + one eye - spiral - shhh sign + one eye - spiral - one eye + spiral







When you launch a ranked match :

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Loading screen:
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I'm sorry but there are so many i'm not going to post all of them as there are 154 champions in the game that each have around 5 skins, you can check the skins without having the game on that link. I only checked 5 champions before finding the ones I posted

 






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Can anyone help a brother out?
There was this one great video someone has put together, like he took some scenes out from various of video-games and put them all together in one video.
Basically, some dude-wearing-glasses talking about Area 51 or how the Government knows some secret behind the UFO thing, how they've put plenty of bunkers all over America, and some truth behind the game DOOM, etc.. ?
I would much appreciated it.
 






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What the heck does anime about child-soldier veteran, working after war as postman who writes letter for clients, and has robotic hands have to do with the Roth-schild family and Nabuchonodosor II? I'm still not sure what to think of gematria, I feel like people overdo it sometimes, but it honestly surprised me how this match.
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I really struggle to make a convincing connection. For a long time I thought this was one the most normal animes.
The most obvious thing probably has to do with mind control and delta programming, for the main character looks like victim of it right from the start. A child soldier with no emotions, fighting in war. Found alone as child on deserted island, couldn't speak, couldn't read or write, but was able to kill almost all soldiers who found her with bare hands.
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A bit exaggerated, as usual in anime, but good way to point to special training/delta programming. The whole anime is basically about how she's changing after war and becoming more human.

Another possible connection I see is transhumanism. Look, this cute girl has robotic hands, how cool she is - or something.

If I wanted to be optimistic, I would suggest this could be a work that wants to spread hope to victims. Be it victim of mind control, veteran, or victim of any other difficult life situation? Showing a story of transformation, healing and finding purpose for living outside of being a tool for people of power. From that point of view it really would be sad, yet beautiful story. "You must live and be free."

Interesting facts connected to the anime:
1. the studio where it was made was set on fire by mentally ill man who blamed the studio for plagiarism (of a different work, not this one).

Interesting numbers there.

2. It's expensive animation masterpiece.
Because of limited resources and limited time usual practice is to draw everything as fast and as simple as possible, the less everything moves (hair, clothes, objects, ...), the better. But this anime is full of movement, lines and details - an animation nightmare. The studio is known for paying better than usual (animator job in Japan is terribly underpaid). This anime must have been expensive. I wonder, did somebody pay them to do it?

3. Violet Evergarden won the first, and still only, grand prize at the fifth Kyoto Animation Awards in 2013.

There is more ofc, mostly small things about people, their work and circumstances that might look insignificant by themselves, but they're definitely rising suspicion.

A documentary if somebody's interested in rant about how amazing the animation and animators are.
I noticed the numbers with the arson attack, too. Very sad, I wish I knew the meaning. I remember fans being devastated that out of all the studios it had to be Kyoto Animation that was attacked as KyoAni apparently treats its employees better than most studios.

I personally stopped watching this anime bc I was not okay with the age gap relationships. There's a royal marriage between a 14-year-old girl and a 24-year-old man, this is explained with it being a different time. Then there's Gilbert, a major who fought with Violet in the war and who gave Violet her name. The major was the only person that saw Violet as human and not a mere weapon in war. This, to me, sounds like a handler-victim dynamic. I mean it's already a master-subordinate situation. Gilbert is 39 and Violet 14 so they have a 15 year age gap. Gilbert tells Violet he loves her and this is the big reason why Violet wants to understand love in the first place. Gilbert's love is of course fatherly and not romantic. But that's what they tell, not show. They don't show much and never anything inappropriate but it's easy to mistake them for lovers if you don't know any better.

It bugs me how often people love this anime for its visuals and emotional story but completely ignore these other aspects. Everything's portrayed as beautiful and innocent but it's still romanticizing something that's problematic in today's standards. They didn't have to make all the men so old. It's mostly easily-influenced youth that is watching the show and they know it.
 






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Valve

Half life the game series. Actually more like MK ULTRA SCRIPT HORROR than actuall story. You are Mr FREEMAN (13 bloodliners) who was trapped at the military base. Uncludes.
-- drone killers
-- Evil AI
-- Bio plus machines

-- Transhumanism.
 






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I noticed the numbers with the arson attack, too. Very sad, I wish I knew the meaning. I remember fans being devastated that out of all the studios it had to be Kyoto Animation that was attacked as KyoAni apparently treats its employees better than most studios.

I personally stopped watching this anime bc I was not okay with the age gap relationships. There's a royal marriage between a 14-year-old girl and a 24-year-old man, this is explained with it being a different time. Then there's Gilbert, a major who fought with Violet in the war and who gave Violet her name. The major was the only person that saw Violet as human and not a mere weapon in war. This, to me, sounds like a handler-victim dynamic. I mean it's already a master-subordinate situation. Gilbert is 39 and Violet 14 so they have a 15 year age gap. Gilbert tells Violet he loves her and this is the big reason why Violet wants to understand love in the first place. Gilbert's love is of course fatherly and not romantic. But that's what they tell, not show. They don't show much and never anything inappropriate but it's easy to mistake them for lovers if you don't know any better.

It bugs me how often people love this anime for its visuals and emotional story but completely ignore these other aspects. Everything's portrayed as beautiful and innocent but it's still romanticizing something that's problematic in today's standards. They didn't have to make all the men so old. It's mostly easily-influenced youth that is watching the show and they know it.
TBH I never really thought about the age gaps when I watched this about a year ago. I didn't know their age, so I assumed princess was around 18 during the wedding, and just acted very childish. Gilbert was 29 not 39, but yh, the 15 year gap is still there. I wouldn't necessary have a problem with age gap if both parties are adult, my grandparents had 10 years gap and grandma was 18 when they married. Most importantly - for me - Gilbert always treated Violet as either daughter or younger sister, so I didn't see a problem there. But I just realized he said "aishiteru" for "I love you" and in this form it's used almost exclusively for the deep, intimate commuted love between couples. Sigh.

What also bothered later in the film was quite obvious lgbt propaganda hidden in sisterly love. Violet is dressed in a suit during a ball and for a time lives with a girl to help her. Not saying living with someone is bad, per se, but thanks to the way it was made a lot could be easily read between lines if you wanted to.
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And her collogue Benedict was also a bit andogynous, with his clothes and highheels. What is that t-shirt? Hospital fashion? :D just small little things here and there, that's how it's done. One drop of poison in a glass of orange juice. Unnoticeable, but over time deadly.
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TBH I never really thought about the age gaps when I watched this about a year ago. I didn't know their age, so I assumed princess was around 18 during the wedding, and just acted very childish. Gilbert was 29 not 39, but yh, the 15 year gap is still there. I wouldn't necessary have a problem with age gap if both parties are adult, my grandparents had 10 years gap and grandma was 18 when they married. Most importantly - for me - Gilbert always treated Violet as either daughter or younger sister, so I didn't see a problem there. But I just realized he said "aishiteru" for "I love you" and in this form it's used almost exclusively for the deep, intimate commuted love between couples. Sigh.

What also bothered later in the film was quite obvious lgbt propaganda hidden in sisterly love. Violet is dressed in a suit during a ball and for a time lives with a girl to help her. Not saying living with someone is bad, per se, but thanks to the way it was made a lot could be easily read between lines if you wanted to.
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And her collogue Benedict was also a bit andogynous, with his clothes and highheels. What is that t-shirt? Hospital fashion? :D just small little things here and there, that's how it's done. One drop of poison in a glass of orange juice. Unnoticeable, but over time deadly.
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O you're right he's 29 not 39, don't know how that happened. I used to quite like some of kyoani's works (don't get me started on Clannad) so it's sad to see them slowly diverting to agendas like this.

There's this one called Sound: Euphonium! that I haven't watched but have heard of. I thought for the longest that it had a girl-girl couple but apparently they, too, are just friends. Yet I did some digging and there's no mistaking it, some scenes have no ambiguity. That, of course, is enough for fans' imagination to go crazy. It really reminds me of kpop ship fantasies actually.
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I'm pretty sure not as many people would have liked it if it was an actual couple, but because it's subtle it's exciting and easier to digest. Of course some would prefer real LGBTQ+ romance anime, always have. But it's thanks to gradual development like this that agendas get through to the general public (talking generally here), so while it seems innocent it's actually a wolf in sheep's clothing.

I was going to mention some other anime with similar situations but then I realized that there are way too many haha. Much more in the male department, definitely, nowadays there are many shows with almost-relationships. Studios still don't want to produce gay shows, yet all kinds of references to occult and mind control are okay apparently.
 






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  • Invoked in Warcraft III, where the Slaughterhouse is the Undead building that produces Abominations (reanimated giants made of multiple corpses sewn together) and Meat Wagons (siege weapons that catapult rotting corpses into buildings and units for huge damage).
This trope often means Killroom and cannibalism.
 






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Half life the game series. Actually more like MK ULTRA SCRIPT HORROR than actuall story. You are Mr FREEMAN (13 bloodliners) who was trapped at the military base. Uncludes.
-- drone killers
-- Evil AI
-- Bio plus machines

-- Transhumanism.
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LoL world championship 2019
Song of the event: Phoenix
Winner: FunPlus Phoenix
Favorite m@sonic symbol: phoenix

Interesting facts:
- winner team was totally unknown team from China, they surprised others with very unusual choices of champions on unusual lanes and unique tactics that didn't work for any other team. They defeated all big teams who fought in worlds for many years and have best of professional players. Luck? Coincidence? Or not? We'll never know.
- the winner team didn't get even to finals in the regional league next year. Was it because other teams knew what to expect from them and were better prepared? Who knows?
- after my hopes died in 2018 when FNC lost finals in Seoul, I was very sad G2 also didn't win in 2019 against this underdog comming out of nowhere, G2 is amazing and full of fun team. LEC clowns. Europe should finally win, come on Rito! They equal Chinese and Korean teams and deserve a win!
ehm, back to the topic

Song promoting worlds 2019: Phoenix
Must say it's pretty motivational.
But it's full of symbolism. Like eyes representing millions of viewers who watch Worlds every year. And the all seeing eye for sure. Here in this shot probably also third eye.
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And many X-es, video is full of them (one of the symbols derived from saturn).
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I also noticed Rito likes columns and arches in many of their MVs.
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"So are you gonna die today or make it out alive?
You gotta conquer the monster in your head and then you'll fly
Fly, phoenix, fly"

After the 3 professional players defeated their demons, they fall down from heaven like a star, like lucifer.
The stones remind me of BT$ logo.
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And while looking like beings of light (more than humans/ gods? /angels?) join crowds going to the event.

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Beastars

Here we also have cannibalism and sex themes.
Orphanated children being kidnapped and raised to be slaughtered.
Author killed herself in 30 and she was bipolar -- MK ULTRA.
 






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Sam & Max: Freelance Police by
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So two main characters one is WHITE RABBIT. Seems innnocent but there are plenty of themes related to satanists.
* In season 2 of Sam & Max: Freelance Police, the mysterious "Them" that has Bosco living in fear is revealed to be three mariachis (actually, three time-shifted versions of the same mariachi) who travel through time and space so they can perform at every birthday ever.
  • There is some truth in that Bosco is also being watched by Flint Paper. He was hired by Mama Bosco to find the one that ruined her store in the 60s. Someone's been spying on poor Bosco since before he was born.
And we have Belzebub here
 






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Scary game: Six sence. Have horror and satanic themes
Evil organisation Funnu Furnitures workers covered as Furniture salon, secretly rules the city and have been covered in masks.
Зловещая организация «Весёлые Мебельщики», которая скрывается за вывеской мебельного салона и тайно управляет городом. Её члены прячут лица под масками клоунов.
 






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