Delayed React/Shun: Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse”

Of several blogs, this one continues to get the most hits. I appreciate it and I understand how this sort of stuff can be a prickly subject, to say the least. Compassion for the artists was part of the reason for starting this blog. When people tried to wake me up to what was going on in the industry, they did so with very little respect for the victims of programming and control who are often at the mercy of their handlers.

To be honest, I enjoy a lot of Katy Perry’s tracks. I had hoped that “Wide Awake” meant she was really awake, but the video tells another story: you can run, you cannot hide,  and “we” are in control.

The “hidden messages” of “Dark Horse” were printed seemingly within hours of the release of the video. It is easy enough to search for them. I contend that the messages really are not hidden, at all. The messages may still be encrypted, but the Egyptian / Illuminati symbolism is right there, begging for solutions.

As others have noted, the video is reminiscent of Michael Jackson, and we have more information about the culture of death that surrounded him: Video: The Music Industry Exposed

Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse”: One Big, Children-Friendly Tribute to the Illuminati


Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” is a fun and colorful video taking place in Ancient Egypt. However, behind the cartoonish style of the video, viewers are exposed to a great deal of symbolism of the occult elite and messages regarding its power. We’ll look at the symbolism of “Dark Horse”.

Anyhow, take a look for yourself. It’s all there. What “it” is is not quite clear. This type of imagery is all to common. If anybody claims just artistic merit, doing so with any sense of originality does not seem possible. How this morphs in the future will be interesting to observe, although like others who seek the truth and do their best to share it, it is unlikely that I will live to see the fruits of my labors.

With the exception of the rap parts, the track is listenable enough, although doing so is difficult when it is understood that there is more beneath the surface – and we only see the Katy Perry that “they” want us to see…

Sorry for the delay, but I had a most untimely heart attack. This was one of the last videos I watched on that day. eep

It’s beautiful to watch, I give them that. “Memphis, Egypt.” There is a pyramid in Memphis, Tennessee. Just sayin’ … that all-seeing eye is everywhere.




Pyramid Arena

The Pyramid Arena, initially known as the Great American Pyramid and commonly referred to as The Pyramid,[5] was originally built as a 20,142-seat arena located in downtown Memphis at the banks of the Mississippi River. The facility was built in 1991 and was originally owned and operated jointly by the city of Memphis and Shelby County; Shelby County sold its share to Memphis in April 2009.[6] Its unique structure plays on the city’s namesake in Egypt, known for its ancient pyramids. It is 321 feet (98m, about 32 stories) tall and has base sides of 591 ft; it is by some measures the sixth largest pyramid in the world behind the Great Pyramid of Giza (456 ft), Khafre’s Pyramid (448 ft), Luxor Hotel (348 ft), the Red Pyramid (341 ft), and the Bent Pyramid (332 ft). It is also slightly (about 16 feet) taller than the Statue of Liberty. For a number of years a statue of Ramesses the Great, created from a mold of the actual Ramesses statue in Egypt, stood in front of the Pyramid. In 2011, however, this statue was leased to the University of Memphis for the cost of $1 and was moved to the university’s main campus in April 2012.
Memphis pyramid

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