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Paramore's lead singer Hayley William's solo debut album "Petals for Armor" cover art

Paramore’s lead singer Hayley William’s solo debut album “Petals for Armor” cover art. 

One eye numerological sequence “art”.

The main cover is a subtle one eye with what appears to be the number 9 encircling her eye. If you turn it upside down its a 6. Her videos that came off this album are rife with one eye symbolism and dissociation broken glass/mirror aspects as well. Her videos ‘Simmer’ and ‘Dead Horse” are revealing.

This was one of her promo photos that were circulating when she was doing industry interviews for this solo album:

What do you think?

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stevencasteel
stevencasteel
1 month ago

I pirated lessons from her vocal coach Ron Anderson back in like 2010. Decided to look up his clients just now. Some famous ones include:

The Weeknd, Pink, Adam Levine, Tom Cruise, Alicia Keys, Selena Gomez, Chris Daughtry, Dakota Fanning, and Hanson.

I won’t link a URL so as to not bug VC, but check out some of his videos at his site. Search: “Hayley Williams Ron Anderson Vocal Coach”
The dude seems pretty chill, but there might be something juicy there if digging in. It’s important to remember that lots of the people working for Disney, Apple, ILM, et cetera are just working professionals often passionate about their nerdy niche.
It’s like how most freemasons can’t tell you a thing about the occult nature of freemasonry. The baddies are compartmentalized up the hierarchy.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago

Her hair should be destroyed now from artificially coloring it for almost 20 years straight. That could have been a sacrifice she made which was the health of her hair. I came up with that theory for Shakira who admitted constantly bleaching and coloring permanently destroyed the health of her hair and it all started after she officially sold out for the American industry and also since she is into Santeria. The Bible refers to women’s hair as crowns since they were always sacrificing it to pagan gods. That’s also how the weave industry works. They get the human hair from pagans. Makes you wonder how hair donations for cancer wigs truly works then? Like they disguise it as another sacrifice to make money off of.

Last edited 1 month ago by frenchtoast2000
GJC
GJC
1 month ago

what does “pagan” mean to you?

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  GJC

What do you mean what does it mean to me? It’s a polytheistic term.

A E
A E
1 month ago

I donated mine to Locks of Love years back, and I’m definitely not Pagan, but I can only speak for myself.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  A E

I know you’re not. I’m talking about the industry itself like how planned parenthood works when getting sacrifices. They always have to disguise it as something else. I saw it in a documentary of women cutting off all their hair and offering it as sacrifices. They then would take the hair and sell it around the world to make wigs and weave. The moment I saw it as a kid I knew I didn’t want to wear any hair extensions. It all has origins to some sort of occult practice like high heels.

Last edited 1 month ago by frenchtoast2000
A E
A E
1 month ago

I understand and realized that distinction right away.

We know that the cancer industry and breast cancer in particular is a mammoth money-making scheme with all the emotional extortion in “finding a cure” they never intend to “find” (women are made emotional, so this is one milk cow that will NEVER be cured). They already know and have long known what causes cancer and how to cure it but that doesn’t bring in ridiculous troves of wealth at our expense and maintain the herd population as well as the immense pain and suffering that contribute to the cycle.

I guess I’m just indicating that individuals within anything are not culpable by contributing. And no, I didn’t think you meant that at all. I’m being one of those “clarifiers” that make it seem like I was correcting you or chastising and that wasn’t what I meant to do. I guess I just didn’t want people who gave to what is a real charity (despite the monsters controlling the industry) conflated with the beauty industry, which is entirely selfish.

A E
A E
1 month ago

I don’t know which album came first, but I just looked this up as I wanted to see what the flower meanings were, and found she has another solo titled “Flowers For Vases”. What happens to beautiful, cut flowers, displayed in vases?