London Church Hosts satanic “Fashion Show”…

Turkish designer Dilara Findikoglu’s presented her Spring/Summer 2018 collection at London Fashion Week and it was nothing less than a satanic Black Mass. Indeed, the event took place at the altar of St Andrew Church in London and incorporated heavy occult and satanic symbolism.

In short, the event summed up everything the fashion world is truly about.

While Dilara Findikoglu is said to an “up-and-coming rebel of the fashion world”, she’s perfectly in line with the industry’s philosophy. She’s not rebelling at all, she’s doing what exactly the type of stuff “they” want her to do.

For this reason, celebrities such as Rihanna, FKA Twigs, and Grimes wear seen wearing Findikoglu’s creations.

Her latest fashion show featured artist Brooke Candy and drag artist Violet Chachki.

Brooke Candy walks down the runway. For this event, the Church was transformed into an occult temple. More precisely: A Masonic lodge.

The backdrop is basically a mish-mash of Masonic-inspired imagery. On each side are the Masonic twin pillars. Between the pillars is the letter G inside an inverted pentagram. Underneath it is the all-seeing eye inside a hexagram. There is also the Masonic square and compass in there. To top it off, the runway was a checkerboard pattern. Here’s a classic Masonic painting for comparison.

A Masonic emblematic chart.

In this heavily occult context, the models were dressed and arranged with a plethora of symbols. Of course, this had to be combined with the current agenda of androgyny and blurring of the genders.

This model is wearing a bride’s dress, complete with a white veil. On her face is drawn a sigil.

A sigil is an inscribed or painted symbol considered to have magical power. The term has usually referred the pictorial signature of a demon or other entity and is used in ceremonial magic. The particular sigil on the model’s forehead is strongly reminiscent to the Sigil of Lucifer.

A pendant containing the Sigil of Lucifer (also known as the Seal of Satan).

In short, the model is basically a “bride of Satan”.

Drag artist Violet Chachki wore a very red outfit … and some devil horns. That’s happening inside a church.

Historically, a Black Mass is a ritual characterized by the inversion of the Traditional Latin Mass celebrated by the Roman Catholic Church and the desecration of Christian objects for Satanic purposes. The fact that models walk around a Church wearing devil horns recalls the concept of Black Mass.

This jolly looking person walks around with a couple of horns made of hair. Also, a sigil is drawn on the model’s face.
This model has a big Eye of Horus drawn on her face. This signals us that this event was “sanctified” by the occult elite.
There’s some punk rock influence. But mostly, there’s some one-eye sign influence.

On the left, is the symbol of the Skull & Bones – the elite secret society.

Early logo of the Skull & Bones.
This dress is all about the Hermetic concept of duality (also exemplified by the checkerboard pattern floor).
This vampire guy has a sigil on his forehead. On his cloak appears to be a fallen angel. Lucifer was a fallen angel.
This model is wearing a ritualistic red dress with a big pentagram drawn on her face. Most models are turned into magical objects as if they were part of a magical ritual.
Other than the inverted cross drawn on her face, this has her left leg and left breast exposed. Also, large thingie hangs around her neck. Does this remind you something?
This is a picture of a Masonic initiation candidate. Following ritual, his left breast and left leg are exposed while wearing a noose around his neck.
This fella has a couple of inverted crosses on his shirt. 

This fashion show is a perfect representation of the mindset of fashion industry today. It is not simply about “clothing” or “fashion”, it is about ritualistic events, an artistic celebration of the satanic mindset of the occult elite.

As they walk around with magical sigils, occult symbols and other ritualistic props all over their bodies, the models are turned into magically charged objects, turning this “fashion show” – which took place inside a Church – into a satanic ritual with high magical potency.

Via: VC

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One thought on “London Church Hosts satanic “Fashion Show”…

  1. Aside from the demonic people, two items being (a) the Masonic Chart, (b) the photograph of the man in white, are not accurately presented. The Masonic Chart, has symbolism, which served as teaching aids for illiterate people and retained for teaching. The man in white, has approached the craft lodge for membership, and “seeks the light (God)”, of his own free will. Freemasonry, continues to be attacked, because its membership, raised astounding amounts of money for charities. Churches continue to say, “if only I had that money, what I could do”, yeah, like get whored-up, drunk, gamble like a moron until broke.
    FYI: When you see an inverted pentagram, imbeciles will try to palm it off as satanic, but it represents the Five Houses of Venus. Latin: “Lucifer”, means, “Star of the Morning”, or “Wisdom”, better known as Jesus. It means to “Seek Wisdom early in the morning (before daybreak), and apply it to all that you do during the day”. It certainly is not demonic. The satanists, are unknowingly praising Jesus Christ. All Masons, smile and chuckle. Too many people, are looking for the “tourist” stuff, like handshakes and signs. Freemasonry, is a journey through life. Traditions go to the 18th century, based off of biblical events, for those, caring about bible events and teachings. The rule of Freemasonry remains, “You can make a Good man better – But you cannot make a bad man, good”. There were some bad people over time, and no group, not elected officials, professionals, cops, bankers, tradespeople, are exempt from having somewhat less than desirables in the midst. Freemasonry teaches those bad examples to have members reflect on their inner self, and try to avoid the bad, and look for ways for self-improvement.

    https://www.usnews.com/photos/famous-freemasons?slide=14

    http://www.dummies.com/religion/spirituality/famous-freemasons/

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