LCD Soundsystem’s Pow Pow: The First MTV-Funded Video is Masonic

Vigilant Citizen – January 13, 2011 (Original image rich article)

I don’t think this video deserves a full-length article but it is however worth mentioning. In an effort to “infuse life” into the music video world, MTV announced it would start funding the production music videos. LCD Sounsystem’s Pow Pow is therefore the first MTV-funded video and…it’s symbolic of the forces behind MTV. And it’s pretty blatant. So blatant that I’m not even needed to analyze it. But I still have a couple of things to say about it.

To sum it up, a girl visits “wicked men” and asks them to sign a contract. These men are apparently appalled by the terms of the contract and refuse. Upon refusal, the girl flashes the men with classic Masonic symbols such as this.

And this.

The “wicked men” finally find themselves in a Masonic lodge, along with what looks like a politician, a military general and sheriff (representative of the elite).

The master of ceremonies, dressed in Masonic regalia, orders the men to stand in line, along with the politician and the military general.

With this interesting point of view: the reflection of the Masonic checker board pattern obscures one eye.

At the end of the video, the girl appears from a “chamber of light”, dressed in a ritualistic white wedding gown. Are we getting ready for the initiation of the “wicked men”?

So what does this video represent? What is the contract that is being offered? Why are these men recruited?  Who knows? (Who cares).

Is MTV saying that being initiated into the Masonic elite is the “key to success”?

Guys shirt

At the end of the video, this guy’s shirt seems takes on a real meaning.

So MTV’s first funded video is a particularly Masonic one.  If you’ve read the article The 2009 VMAs: The Occult Mega-Ritual, you’re probably not surprised. And if you’ve visited Canada’s MTV headquarters, you’re even less surprised.

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