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Cover for Tom Petty's New Upcoming Live Album

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago

His old video for Don’t Come Around Here No More is vety MK Ultra-y.

ctrg
ctrg
4 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

It could just be a parody and dark humor. Just because something appears to possibly be sinister doesn’t necessarily mean it is. Or possibly the director intended it that way. while Petty may have been unaware. The director has a very chosenite sounding name, Jeff Stein. While it’s good to stay vigilant about this things, it’s wrong to assume ill-intent. And I think it’s much more likely that such symbolism, if ill-intended, originates from the music corporations and their producers and directors rather than from the artists themselves.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago
Reply to  ctrg

I am going to tell you what I told someone on here recently who likes Rush and defended them based on a lyric. Don’t listen to what these people are telling you, look at what they are showing you. Vigilant uses the Confucian motto: The world is ruled by symbols, not words nor laws. Their words lie, but the symbols they use tell the true story, and so do the people they associate with. The Don’t Come Around Here video is based on Alice in Wonderland, right up there with The Wizard of Oz for occult programming scripts. It opens with the Caterpillar played by Dave Stewart of Eurythmics, who I suspect to be a Satanist and handler based on the symbols in HIS videos. He gives drugs to Alice and she hallucinates going into the Mad Hatter’s lair, which is underground, ie, the underworld, and is decked out floor to ceiling with Masonic checkerboard pattern. There is a triple goddess, three women also dressed in black and white, one of them in the same zigzag pattern used in the Black Lodge in Twin Peaks. The spiritual place denoted by the black and white is the qliphoth, the demonic realm in kabbalah. The Mad Hatter and his friends give Alice more drugs, mess with her mind, and finally turn her into a cake that they eat, which is an elite preoccupation, serving food that evokes cannibalism at their parties. It’s all Illuminati 101. I know it’s very hard to give up on things we like. But I don’t trust the entertainment industry at all at this point.

ctrg
ctrg
4 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Rush has plenty of suspect lyrics, Tom Petty did not. Like I said, I’m a fan of TP and I’ve yet to find any actual evidence of him being even remotely satanic. Just because certain symbols which mean certain things are used it doesn’t necessarily mean that the artists themselves believe in those things. Imagery such as this has been used for decades in the music industry and it’s possible that many artists, like most fans, simply see it as cool imagery. Perhaps it’s inspired by previous usage of such imagery on the works of other artists. And probably in most cases it’s not even up to the artists but rather it’s the record labels and their producers and directors (such as Jeff Stein, director of Petty’s video) who put that imagery and symbolism in the artwork and videos.

On the matter of the music video, you should understand that music videos have directors and cinematographers, just like feature films, and the musicians simply act as directed. You wouldn’t blame an actor in a movie for satanic symbols in said movie, would you? If you or anyone could prove Tom designed the video, then I’d reconsider my stance a bit but as it stands I think it’s safe to assume the video was a brain child of director Jeff Stein, not of Tom Petty.

I don’t trust the entertainment industry either (or ANY industry for that matter) but the artists aren’t the industry, they work under it. The music industry is also much, much more vast than just the cesspool of “Hollywood” and there are thousands of prominent artists. It’s not tightly controlled like the movie industry, which is much smaller (in terms of artists) and much more concentrated and where the “means of power” are held almost exclusivly by the Masonic elites. It doesn’t require anywhere near as much money to make a professional music album as it does to make a movie so it’s accessible to more people. So the music industry as a whole isn’t a highly concentrated cesspool of greed and degeneracy, like the mainstream film industry, You have to sell your soul to get to the top of the modern music industry but you can still be a successful artist at lower levels without doing so.

Tom Petty didn’t trust the entertainment industry either, in fact he made a whole concept album dedicated to slamming the music industry for its greed, corruption, exploitation, sexualization and thought control.

Assuming malintent from artists over symbolism, without knowing who orginated it or why, is unfair and also counterproductive as it distracts from the true villains and also makes us appear paranoid to the unawakened.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago
Reply to  ctrg

It doesn’t matter how you or others interpret the symbolism, it matters what it is, and I’m telling you that that is Satanic imagery. When that video was made Petty had a strong enough career I am sure he had some veto power over what came out in his name, and it played on heavy rotation on Masonic MTV. The music industry is degenerate top to bottom and Petty was a major player in his day. He is not the hill I would die on. I recommend you watch the Altiyan Childs Exposes Freemasonry video VC posted last year. None of these celebrities are worth our loyalty. Better to put your devotional energies into God than pop stars.

ctrg
ctrg
4 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

I’m sure Tom at that point had enough star power to get final say over the content of his videos but I don’t think he designed it and there’s no way of knowing if he knew what the symbolism and imagery actually means. He may well have thought it was just cool stuff and dark humor, like I did until learning otherwise. Sure, he had been in the business for quite a while but I don’t think they expose their true nature just willy-nilly to outside people who make it big, like he did. That would lead to it getting exposed to the public.

You’re judging him based on association and conjecture. Your position on this is no better than that of the “Cancel Culture”-people like the people who vilify confederate soldiers and officers and the “Me Too:ers”. You’re doing the exact same thing. If we abandon important Enlightened principles like “innocent until proven guilty,” then we’re well on the way to becoming like them.

The entertainment industry is of course a hugely corrupting and corroding force and is designed to be just that. Few if any of those going in to try their luck at fame and fortune there start out evil. If they end up that way, then I consider them to be victims and not villains. And I’m sure some do have or have had the talent and moral fortitude to make it without selling their souls in the process. I believe Tom Petty to be one of those people. Judge not lest ye be judged.

ctrg
ctrg
4 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Thank you for taking the time to reply and for your input. You’re right that we should be watchful and not practice blind idol worship of artists we like. However, at the same time we need to be careful not to become binary and dogmatic in our thinking, like deeming people to be evil based on symbolism and association when they may well actually be innocent, or anywhere in between. That’s how *they* want us, and everyone, to think as it creates division, polarisation and hatred.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago
Reply to  ctrg

Of course, honey, I am not trying to start an argument with you. You don’t have to justify anything to me, I am just a random person. And you don’t have to agree with me, all I ask is you think about what I have said, and I will do the same for you. I do recommend examining when you have such a strong attachment to something, you know? I discovered the hard way that some things I thought I liked were simply unsafe. There can be some nasty surprises on this road. But I would rather find out now than at the end of my life when it’s too late.

ctrg
ctrg
4 months ago

First time poster here. I had to chime in on this as Tom Petty is one of my favorite artists and I don’t think this image gives an accurate view of him, despite the unfortunate symbolism it contains.

I think this is a bastardization of his legacy or possibly he didn’t know what it meant. There’s not a shred of moral corruption in his vast music output. There’s nothing tangible, as far as I’m aware, that indicates that he was anything an honest, decent, kind and principled and moral human being. There’s also a line in a track on one of his last album which, to me, shows that he was not one of them:

Well, I ain’t on the left
And I ain’t on the right
I ain’t even sure
I got a dog in this fight

This is exactly how the Masonic elites DON’T want people to think. They would never have musicians under their control spread a highly dangerous message like that since it would spell the end of their “democratic” control structure if such a sentiment became wide spread. Then they’d no longer be able to secretly control, mislead and divide the country through the democracy charade and also no longer be able to claim popular support for their agendas.

Tom generally stayed apolitcal in his music but when he did venture into into politics in songs he was consistently populist, siding and sympathizing with ordinary people and attacking corporate greed and exploitation.

He also risked his career and even went into bankrupcy in a successful legal battle against MCA over unfair and exploitative business practices. He fought and won to NOT be an industry slave and also caused the music industry considerable financial harm as many high profile artists have since successfully followed his example.

There’s just so in his legacy much that indicates that he wasn’t one of them that I find it impossible to believe he was. I’m convinced he was one of the good ones. He might have been misguided on some issues but he had his heart in the right place and he was an independent thinker.

He was also, at least indirectly, killed by the globalists as he was a victim of the deadly opiate epidemic they caused.

Last edited 4 months ago by ctrg
art guerrilla
art guerrilla
4 months ago
Reply to  ctrg

THANK YOU, ctrg, very well stated, and i share a lot of the same thoughts…
AND the other poster (sorry, can’t recall name) had a good point to remember, too… probably a LOT of the satanic/etc BS is generated by higher ups, NOT necessarily the artist themselves… *maybe* they go along because it is hip or something, maybe they don’t believe anything at all about it, mere transitory fashion… but for the elites, maybe they don’t care if so-and-so (eg tom petty) isn’t under their control, if they can still use him to spread their own BS symbology, etc…

Laz
Laz
4 months ago
Reply to  ctrg

On the contrary, that’s exactly how the elites want you to think. If you think you don’t have a dog in the fight then you won’t stand in their way. Silence is complicity…

ctrg
ctrg
4 months ago
Reply to  Laz

However, the People DON’T have a dog in the fight and the fight is rigged. How would it benefit the elites if the People realizes neither party represents them. No longer fooled into thinking they’ve got “a dog” fighting for them in the “democratic system” they should also soon realize that the enemy is not on the other side of the aisle of that system. No longer blinded by the contrived “left vs. right” paragdim and the charade of democracy, the People would inevitably awaken to realize who the true Enemy is. It’s actually quite obvious, after all.

The Masonic elites work very hard to herd people either left or right (or Trump vs. anti-Trump, as its morphed into today and is still just as false) and make them believe the “other side” is the cause of all their woes while “their own” is the solution and I just don’t see how a message like Tom’s line above could come from their side, as such thinking would destroy the the democratic charade and false political conflict they’ve worked so hard to build and maintain.

Simon Dennis
Simon Dennis
4 months ago

I’m freeeeeeeeeeeeeeee…..freeemason. (riff on free falling for the uninitiated;))

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago
Reply to  Simon Dennis

Lol!

Rosey
Rosey
4 months ago

I thought Tom Petty was dead.

Hope
Hope
4 months ago

Creepy! I saw the music video for “don’t come around here no more” when I was a kid, and it replayed all through my pre-teen/teen years. It was so creepy and I remember it pretty vividly. Now after reading VC for a while, I see all kinds of cruddy occult symbolism in it. VC probably even has a page or so on Tom Petty, but I don’t know. I hate seeing the crowds watching people singing on stage to things that are obviously occult. It’s like they are members of an occult ritual, don’t do it! Don’t fall for it!!!

Lilpeep
Lilpeep
4 months ago

I so remember one Tom Petty music video of an act of cannibalism while the girl was still alive and conscious. So disturbing

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
4 months ago
Reply to  Lilpeep

That type of sacrifice with either a bull or human is to the god Dionysus the god of insanity, acting and wine and partying. They believe they will get possessed by the god himself which makes them into zombies. He likes watching them mimic his death by the titans where they tore him apart and cannibalized him. After he was reborn he became insane and had the power to make people go permanently insane and did it for his own amusement. The Greeks also believed he kidnapped women and children and forced them to worship him since the gods hated him and didn’t care that the people hated him also and banned his worship in several parts of Greece due to how horrid the rituals were. In reality God himself told me this particular fallen angel who was among the group of fallen ones who left him a open wound as big as Satan or Moloch really was a very hated individual among the others and likely was actually murdered by them and then reborn. I think he gave a name other then Dionysus but I will never remember it.

confederacy_of_dunces
confederacy_of_dunces
4 months ago

God told you, you realise how crazy that sounds while banging on about Dionysus being insane……

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
4 months ago

I’ve seen quite a lot of stuff and it all is in dreams or when I’m falling asleep. I’ve seen and talked to Satan many times and I’ve even seen other fallen angels. I’ve dealt with the evil forces and seen how disgusting demons can get along with alluring. They are able to come as your worst fear or biggest temptation. I’ve also seen the angelic side of the spirit realm and see angels all the time and even heard them sing. They come as a ray of light and I also seen the angels mentioned in the book of Ezekiel. In my life The lord has become comfortable enough to actually intervene and I even saw his presence in a dream. I just described what type of sacrifice that was and who it was too. In a sacrifice to Dionysus they don’t care about blood drinking but specifically conscious cannibalism in order to mimic his death and get possessed by him. And I didn’t ask about this particular fallen angel. God told me about Dionysus as a fallen angel and intervened in my research on his ancient underground cult and other stuff after I got done with the first part and was falling asleep. That was the only time he ever intervened in my research on anything. And after he told me I woke up and immediately prayed if this was true. I do it with anything I find too shocking in order to determine if I am being deceived or not. I’ve been called insane before and at this point I don’t care.

Ace
Ace
4 months ago

TP died a few years back, Right🤔