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A couple PEARL JAM album covers

This is the cover for Pearl Jams 2013 album “Lightning Bolt” Featues a one eye with lightning bolts around and inside the pupil which is a comon theme in MK Ultra type electro shock mind control. Protruding from the top of the eye appears to be a subtle cross with a cresent moon and a star/planet in the middle which is associated with the moon god ‘Sin’ (Nanna) and the planet Ishtar (Inanna,i.e. Venus), often placed alongside the sun disk of Shamesh, which the whole of the picture with eye could represent. (Still learning from @444gem articles so he may provide a more concise understanding of symbol orgin history) The “cross” also has broadcast waves coming out of them on the sides which also tells me this is a Shamesh disk as he is mostly attributed with rays of lights which this could be representation of:

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Here is the track listing of each song on the album and it’s own artwork. Lots of symbolic refrences here, too much to go over but definitely some thought went into all these for sure:

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This is one of Pearl Jams earlier albums, the 1996 fourth album from them called ‘No Code’. Features various one eye symbols and pyramid symbols on the record and CD covers and just a one eye on the cassette cover:

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This is what the vinyl and CD disk looks like:

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Here is promo invite for the album release:

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What do you think?

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simon
simon
1 month ago

Never associated Pearl Jam with Masonary or symbolic agenda this is interesting to consider. Can anyone add further to this article?

Hp4myt
Hp4myt
1 month ago
Reply to  deletetheelite

Interesting that pretty much all of the most influential artists from that time are now dead, except Pearl Jam. Nirvana, Alice in Chains, STP, Sound Garden etc…lots of MKUltra references in the music too.

Lee
Lee
1 month ago
Reply to  Hp4myt

I can’t remember any reference to MK in Nirvana’s music. The only song I can think of that may seem to allude to that, is well known to have been inspired by a newspaper article about a local crime. So I’m really not seeing the connection there.
I certainly hope it’s not true. Nirvana was a band I grew up with that held very special significance to me in various ways. Just once I want it to turn out that something influential in my life, wasn’t tangled up in this malicious web of symbolism.

Airplane Clouds
Airplane Clouds
1 month ago
Reply to  simon

There all in on it!
Look up Mark Devlin and his books Musical Truth.

Pascal
Pascal
1 month ago

This is Travis Scott wearing a Pearl Jam shirt on his escape plan video dropped a few minutes to his astroworld stage appearance.
Recall that Pearl Jam had a concert where 8 people died.