“The Neon Demon” Reveals The True Face of the Occult Elite | 3tags


The Neon Demon is a movie about the fashion industry and its obsession with youth and beauty. However, through its story and symbolism, the movie reveals the disturbing mindset of the fashion world and the occult elite behind it.Warning: This article addresses disturbing subject manners. Also: Gigantic spoilers ahead!The Neon Demon is painful to watch. Not only is it filled with long hypnotic sequences that emphasize the shallow self-importance of the fashion world, it deliberately dwells on some of the most upsetting human practices possible including pedophilia, necrophilia, cannibalism and ritual killings. All of these horrors are presented in an aesthetically pleasing matter and placed in a cool, fashionable context in an apparent attempt to normalize them.Like most of the entertainment analyzed on the Vigilant Citizen, this movie leaves a foul feeling, as if one’s very soul was violated by what was just witnessed. Of course, this kind of result from a “psychological horror movie” is to be expected, but the most disturbing part of this movie isn’t the fiction: It is the dark “real world” truths it appears to celebrate. Indeed, when one knows about the dark side of the entertainment industry – and the occult elite that owns it – the movie becomes a disturbing manifesto, an indulgent celebration by people who revel in darkness. In short, it discloses what the industry is truly about, how it truly functions, and who is truly behind it.Through the story of an innocent young girl who moves to L.A. with big dreams of being an international supermodel, The Neon Demon reveals the true ugly face of the entertainment industry.Let’s look at The Neon Demon.Culture of DeathSubjecting oneself to this kind of movie means being exposed to the twisted mindset of those behind it. And right from the start, The Neon Demon gives us all eyeful of what the fashion world is about: Celebrating a culture of death while preying on youth and innocence. If you’ve read past editions of Symbolic Pics of the Month, you’re already aware of this trend happening in actual fashion shoots. Here is one example of a real photoshoot where the model is basically a “fashionable corpse”. Preying on YouthThe model in the bloody photoshoot is Jesse, a 16-year-old model who is “new in town”. She meets Ruby, a make-up artist who nonchalantly asks her very specific questions.   – You’ve just got to L.A., Jesse?– How did you know?– You’ve got that look. Don’t worry honey. That whole deer-in-the-headlights thing is exactly what they want.The “deer-in-the-headlights” thing means youth and innocence. “They” prey and feed on it … literally.After learning about Jesse’s vulnerable situation, Ruby invites her to a party. This is how newcomers get introduced to the claustrophobic social bubble that is the fashion world. Ruby mentions that lipstick colors tend to sell more when they’re named after food or sex. She then asks Jesse:– Are you food or are you sex?This odd question will become extremely relevant later in the movie. Indeed, there are two ways her vital energy can be “consumed”.The girls then watch a bizarre show that features a tied-up model. At the climax of the show, she is lifted in the air and placed in position that carries important symbolic meaning. The model’s position is strongly reminiscent to Louise Bourgeois’ Arch of Hysteria. This particular piece of art and position was shown to be important to the occult elite. Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer placed one of his headless victims in that specific position (you can view the disturbing picture here if you absolutely need to).Dahmer was a cannibal. The Neon Demon also deals with cannibalism. And more. Like abusing minors. At one point, the motel owner tells Jesse’s friend to check out a girl at his motel.”Take a peek in room 214 if you get a chance. Runaway. Thirteen years old. Real lolita sh*t. Room 214. Gotta be seen.”   Through these various scenes, we understand that Jesse has entered a messed up world that is looking to consume her.Entering the IndustryJesse is soon recruited by a fashion agency that promises her to work with “all of the big designers”, which will lead her to”international success”. When Jesse admits that she’s only 16 years old and that she did not graduate from high school, she is told to tell people that she’s 19.Nobody cares that she is a minor. In fact, her youth gives her that “something” that the industry desperately preys on. Youth is not only used to sell copies of magazines, it is exploited on a deeper level. Primitive civilizations used to sacrifice young virgins to the gods because they were believed to have the most “magical potency”. This concept is still alive today. People with great wealth, power, and influence believe in these occult concepts that most think to be outdated. The Neon Demon addresses these things in a thinly veiled matter.When Jesse goes to he

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