I’m doing this a week late since the Eurovision song contest was held a week ago, but since one of my readers asked for my opinion on the symbolism of the Current Year Eurovision I feel obligated to write blog post about it.
I browsed through the final fairly quickly so it’s possible I missed something, and also I should point out these are just my impressions and interpretations of the show. Perhaps the people designing the show did not intend to signal these things.
Diversity Strikes Back
The slogan of the contest was “Celebrate Diversity”, which when translated into normal speech means: annihilate diversity, or promote monoculturalism. David Icke said years ago that when the elites say something, they usually mean the opposite. It’s absolutely true when it comes to “diversity”. Overall, celebrating the destruction was one of the themes I saw in the Eurovision contest.
The logo is a ring of red and black balls. They could be planets, represent the Ouroborous, horns of a bull (or Osiris), or perhaps the pearl necklace of Orion. I’m not sure what they are meant to represent, if anything.
The Start of the Show
As the show started each artist came on the stage as if to introduce themselves. Most of the men were effeminate cucks, and the women just looked weird. At the beginning the camera panned onto the stage, and also a few times during the show as can be seen in the picture below. It reminded me of CERN.
Another interesting bit was when the artists introduced themselves every waved their arms in celebration, except Portugal’s Salvador Sobral, who ended winning the contest. He seemed reserved and humble, whereas most others were very flashy and superficial. I don’t know if this is significant, but he seemed a bit nervous. Perhaps he knew he was going to win, or perhaps his behaviour represented his unique nature that European resonated with, and therefore voted for him.
Another interesting bit is that Israel (which isn’t even European) was the first contestant in the show. Maybe the order was chosen randomly, or perhaps it’s supposed to mean Israel First, Europe Second.
Now I will discuss some of the symbols I saw during the performances of certain artists. Israel had this black sun or iris in the background.
Poland’s song was about freedom and liberation. At first I figured it was just a generic topic for a song, but then I noticed something. There was a night sky with stars in the background. It made me think “A Thousand Points of Light”. Or that according to the Bible, the stars are angels. These stars might represent angels.
Later the word “Freedom” appear in the background. The stars or angels want to freedom, i.e. they are imprisoned.
In the end they turns into a birds (free as a bird) as the angels are freed. I interpret the presentation to mean the celebration as the fallen angels of Lucifer are freed.
The song by the Polish singer, Kasia Mos, isn’t even really about freedom. It’s more a passionate love song. It does have these lines though:
“Like two animals on the run
Not afraid to fly into the sun
Invisible, we don’t leave a trace
We’re shadows in love, we were ghosts”
“Not afraid to fly into the sun” is an obvious reference to Icarus, the symbol of hubris. Also “we” are invisible and do not leave a trace. It sounds like a secret society.
Next in line is Belarus. There was a planet and a bridge (London Bridge is falling down? in the background. Is the planet Nibiru or something?
Toward the end of the performance there was a sun, or a big star in the background. The singers were standing on an airship of some sort. The background show had a Victorian space adventure feel to it.
The lyrics say the following:
“Present day will become a birth
Of new wills and better thoughts
Story of my life
Will shine brighter
The sun will sparkle in our blood
The entire beauty of your eyes”
A herald of the New World Order or a new race, the Moonchild?
Artistically speaking I found the Belarus song to be one of the best in the contest. The singers were obnoxiously cheerful to behold, but their song was pretty decent, at least for Eurovision standards.
The Austrian perfomance has the moon in center stage. The astrological theme in the whole show is obvious. And the singer seems like an obvious cuck.
The Armenian singer looks like a witch, and the performance looks like she’s in hell. There’s also a hindu-like imagery in the performance. There is a symbol in the background that looks hindu to me, and at one point the singer and two dancers create a multi-armed deity icon at some point.
The lyrics go as follows:
“Over deeps, over hills
She casts her wings and now it feels
Love is one
Flying high she became
A sun who’s love and light the same
Seems like an angel. “Love is one” sounds very Current Year “love is love” Luciferian breaking down the boundaries crap. Sun’s love and light sounds like Lucifer to me.
The Netherlands singers remind me of three witches, but maybe it’s just me. At one point, figure of a person appears to be falling into the sun, or something like that. The singers say “angel”. Is the figure Lucifer? Is this an ode to Lucifer?
Italy’s song is Occidentali’s Karma, or Westerner’s Karma. It sounds like a celebration of the fall of the West. The dancing monkey or gorilla might represent the degradation or dumbing down of people, to turn this world into the Planet of the Apes.
The venue in the music video is a Buddhist temple, but in the performance on stage the chakra system is shown in the background.
Both in the music video and the performance the singer does an odd pose while dancing. I think it’s some sort of symbol.
It looks like the sign of Saturn.
Or the sign of Jupiter reversed.
Portugal won the show, but I don’t have much to say about the performance as it almost put me to sleep.
The lyrics say:
“My dear, listen to my prayers
I beg you to return, to want me again”
He could be praying for the return of Lucifer or the Nephilim.
I actually thought the Azerbaijan performance was sort of interesting. At the end the singer draws a cross on the back of black-robed dancers. The Mark of Cain?
In the Spanish performance there’s the planet Saturn in the background. Nuff’ said. The singer annoys the hell out of me.
Is it just me, or does it seems like every male singer seems like a short manlet? The Swedish guy looked normal/tall though. But most seem short.
In the UK show, the singer is standing on an oyster shell like Venus. Her image is split into three by mirrors, possibly representing her alters created through mind control. The song is about madness after all.
The music video of the German song was full of obvious triangles or pyramids.
There was a pyramid in the background at some point in the live performance as well, but it wasn’t as obvious.
I feel bad for the artist. It seems to me that she is completely controlled and subjugated by the industry, and probably has to perform all sorts of favours to her handlers. Perhaps the triangles in the video represent how whole of Germany has been subjugated by the Illuminati.
The lyrics go: “I’m almost a sinner, nearly a saint”
Sounds Luciferian to me where morals are just decided on a whim.
A huge head of a titan or Nephilim is in the background in the Ukrainian performance.
The song is about time. Is the giant Cronos or Saturn?
The Swedish artist did the OK sign with his hand both in the music video, and the performance. What it means I do not know, since I’ve heard in the past that it means 666. Nowadays it’s supposedly a racist Alt-Right Trump supporter symbol for White supremacy.
There seems to be the abyss in the background in the Bulgarian performance. It’s like Leviathan is coming up.
The dome above the stage turns into a spaceship at some point during the French performance. The dome looks like a space helmet to begin with, but during this song it’s most obvious.
I left out some performances since I didn’t have much to say about them. I noticed some over-arching themes such as astrology and space. There were stars, the moon, the sun, Saturn in various performances. The Italian performance had a symbol that resembles an astrological one.
Religious themes were fairly prevalent as well. Some songs talked about angels. Germany’s mentioned a saint. Portugal’s song had prayer. Italy’s performance featured Buddhism and Hinduism. Armenia had a hindu-feel as well.
Sure, religious themes have been employed in song writing since forever, so this does not necessarily imply some bigger scheme.
Overall I see the Eurovision 2017 performance as another celebration to Lucifer, the return of the Nephilim, or Osiris, or whatever you want to call the religious obsession of the elites. I might simply be interpreting things through my own bias, as I’ve been researching this sort of stuff for years. Some of the symbolism might be innocuous, but I don’t think all of it is.
If there is some sort of occult agenda behind this, I don’t think the artists are necessarily wittingly involved, but I wouldn’t rule it out either. In this day and age I don’t think it’s impossible that the Illuminati, or whatever you want to call the secret societies, could put their puppet in place in every single country involved in the contest.
Flashlight (Poland) lyrics: http://www.karaoke-lyrics.net/lyrics/eurovision-song-contest/kasia-mos-flashlight-poland-803554
The Final: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehH0_UXtQlY