Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left to Cry”: Blatant Monarch Mind Control Symbolism

Vigilant Citizen — May 29, 2018

Ariana Grande No tears left to cry

Ariana Grande’s No Tears Left to Cry takes place in a dizzying world where nothing makes sense. It is a twisted tribute to the elite’s sickest practice: Monarch Mind Control.
Ariana Grande began her career as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon show Victorious and she quickly became an idol to millions of children. Once she “graduated” to her solo singing career, it did not take long before her fans were introduced to intense sexualization and elite symbolism. That is how the industry works, over and over again.
No Tears Left to Cry is the first single released by Ariana Grande since the Manchester terror attack, which took place immediately after her concert on May 22, 2017. On this day, the world of senseless terror violently clashed with the world of teen entertainment.
The Manchester Terror attack happened during the ominously titled “Dangerous Woman” Tour. Click to enlarge

The Manchester Terror attack happened during the ominously titled “Dangerous Woman” Tour. Click to enlarge

A week after the attack, Ariana Grande headlined the Manchester One concert, which also featured other children’s favorite performers such as Katy Perry and Justin Bieber. As I stated in my article Manchester Terror Attack: Rallying the Youth Around the Occult Elite, this entire event reeked of MK symbolism.
Nearly all of the artists who performed at the Manchester One show have been featured on this site for their Illuminati symbolism.

Nearly all of the artists who performed at the Manchester One show have been featured on this site for their Illuminati symbolism.

Now, one year after the attack, Ariana Grande has released No Tears Left to Cry. As if to confirm everything above, the video is replete with obvious MK symbolism. Let’s look at it.

No Tears Left to Cry

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