I was surprised yesterday to see a J’Adore Dior TV Spot featuring Charlize Theron. You may view the commercial below.
Theron states, “The past can be beautiful, a memory, a dream, but it’s no place to live. And now is the time. The only way out is up and it’s not Heaven. It’s a New World. The future is gold.”
Being vigilant, I saw this not as a way to sell volatile organic compounds in a bottle, but as propaganda in promotion of the New World Order where the “Future is Gold.” The following is an explanation of the commercial.
The location of the spot appears to be the Palace of Versailles. Versailles has an interesting history. Beginning small, it was a hunting lodge for Louis XIII, son of Henry IV and Marie de’Medici. Marie was of the House of Medici, which produced 4 popes over a span of a century. This marriage is comical since Henry IV was Henry of Navarre, a Huguenot, who fought for the throne in the War of the Three Henries, the last of the Wars of Religion. Henry later converted to Catholicism as a necessity for succession. The de’Medicis bought the papacy anyway, so it’s not like they were devout Catholics. Louis XIII is the subject of the Alexandre Dumas novel The Three Musketeers.
His son, Louis XIV, also known as the Sun King, expanded the palace to its opulent stature and moved the court to Versailles. The court stayed in Versailles until Louis XVI and the French Revolution. It was during the Women’s March on Versailles, where nearly 7,000 women chanted for bread, that Marie Antoinette supposedly said, “Let them eat cake.” This probable misattribution nearly cost her life as the women stormed the palace and forced the royal family back to Paris to the Tuileries Palace. After which, Versailles became mostly a museum and hotel for heads of state. The most notable event to occur after was the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, which was a peace agreement to end World War I and was probably the cause of World War II.
Versailles is symbolic of elitism and opulence. It is this opulence which incited the French Revolution. In turn, the French Revolution established a “new world order” of socialism, republicanism, and constitutional monarchy. The tagline for this new order is “liberty, equality, fraternity.”
This is the exterior of Versailles. You may recognize the black and white tiling as a symbol of duality. The reflection of the palace along the tiles has the appearance of “as above, so below.”
It is obvious that Theron is not talking to the peons of the audience. She is talking to the elites of the audience. Those in the know. You may be assuming that the elites are living in the past of the opulence of the French monarchs. This isn’t the case. They are living in the successes of their past, namely the French Revolution. The French monarchy and nobility were living it up while the people starved. Their inferred indifference spurned the revolution. By the time of the French Revolution, the Bavarian Illuminati had already infiltrated and “iiluminized” the French Freemason lodges. The Grand Master of the Grand Orient Lodge of Freemasons, the Duke of Orleans was cited as having bought up all the grain and either sold it outside the nation or hid it; thus, he created the food shortage and incited the revolution.
If you want more proof, just look at the above picture. After the Women’s March on Versailles, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen was drafted, being influenced by Thomas Jefferson, and introduced by General Lafayette. You will notice two columns on both sides of the declaration, symbolic in Masonic lodges of Boaz and Jachin in Solomon’s Temple. The declaration itself appears like the Ten Commandments on stone tablets. In the center, there is a snake biting its tail or an ouroboros, a hermetic symbol for eternity. There is a woman unshackling herself. This may indicate that the French nobility inhibited the Illuminati. And above it all, there is an all-seeing eye inside a pyramid being illuminated by Sirius. An “angelic” woman is pointing to the eye and to the declaration, signifying that these are the Commandments of the all-seeing eye as delivered by their “angels” or messengers. The Commandments of God as dictated in the Torah and expounded by the Messiah are superseded by the Declaration or Commandments of men with the Illuminati taking the place of God.
Moving back to the original commercial… It is interesting to note that Theron is South African and that her ancestry is French-German, like a blending of French Masons and Bavarian Illuminati. At the start of the commercial, she is strutting through Versailles. This seems reminiscent of the Women’s March on Versailles. She throws off her black coat, which sharply contrasts her gold dress. This may indicate that she is casting off darkness and becoming enlightened or “illuminized.” It also indicates that she came from the outside, much like the 7,000 women before her. She then cracks her fingers, indicating that she is about to do some hard labor, as a drape falls from the “heavens” painted on the ceiling.
Theron removes her shoes. This act has some similarity to Exo 3:5. “Do not come any closer,” God said [to Moses]. “Take off your sandals, for the place you are standing is holy ground.” Thus, Theron removing her shoes indicates that she is approaching “holy ground” as she ascends to the heavens. But then she narrates, “It’s not Heaven.” Theron yanks off her necklace as if it were a yoke. This has a similarity to the woman unshackling herself on the Declaration. She ascends into a new world, but not Heaven, and states “the future is gold” as we see the sun set across a beautiful, futuristic city.
The “future is gold” slogan is perhaps a reference to the future desired by the Order of the Golden Dawn. The “golden” future would be the Aeon of Horus. It would be even more blatant if the sun was rising rather than setting. Perhaps it is signifying the dawn within as opposed to the world. Or it just looks better to have the dark contrast to the perfume.
The Illuminati were successful in establishing the “new world order” in the 18th and 19th centuries which propagated the ideas of “liberty, equality, fraternity” and abolished the longstanding idea of “divine right.” It seems obvious that monarchies restrained the Illuminati agenda. But as Theron narrates, the Illuminati cannot live in its past successes. It needs to move forward… or up. It needs to continue to establish the new world order.
Many religions, especially the Abrahamic faiths, promote life after death or “going to Heaven”; and as such, the general populace largely strives toward Heaven and this takes precedent over temporal affairs. Theron says, “It’s not Heaven” that people should strive for. It’s a new world. This implies that religion needs to be removed to setup this new world. Just as the Tower of Babylon was built by men to usurp God, so does Theron climb to the heavens. She doesn’t find Heaven, meaning that Heaven is not real. She finds the new world. It seems like the agenda then is to replace God with the all-seeing eye as indicated on the Declaration above.
You can see it today: the ostracizing of religion. And just as what happened in the French Revolution, you have increased hatred and resentment against the so-called 1%, which is interesting since the 1% run the media. You also have decreased or skewed moral values. This morality of course is based on religion. In History class, the period of Catholic rule has always been called “the Dark Ages” followed by the Renaissance (or rebirth) and then the Enlightenment. The idea is that religion has to be suppressed in order for enlightenment (or illumination) to occur. When religion is eliminated, humanity ushers in what Thomas Paine calls the Age of Reason, or perhaps the Aeon of Horus, according to the Thelema. This is the age of “do what thou wilt” which is contrary to God, who basically says “do what I wilt.”
In Revelations 16:13, the “three unclean spirits that looked like frogs” (that came out of the mouths of the dragon, the beast, and the false prophet) is “liberty, equality, fraternity.” Frogs are symbolic of the French and have been for centuries due to their swamp lands. Their symbol is the fleur-de-lis or flower of the lily, as pictured above. These three “spirits” or teachings put man above God, which is blasphemous to say the least. The Word continues, “For they are demonic spirits, performing signs, who go abroad to the kings of the whole world, to assemble them for battle on the great day of God the Almighty…And they assembled them at the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon.” The word kings here is basileis, which means leaders of the people. In other words, they are world leaders.
So it is the spirits of “liberty, equality, fraternity” that will incite this world power to march upon the Messiah on the Hill of Megiddo. In Daniel, this world power is represented by the feet of Nebuchadnezzar’s image which is made up of iron and clay, meaning it is a disjointed union and not a firm empire. This world power descended from Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome is destroyed by a rock made without hands and a great mountain (nation) supplants it. This is the nation that the Messiah will establish throughout the world for a thousand years. So why would the nations march on the Messiah? Because he establishes himself in Jerusalem as the King of the Earth, appointed by God. As shown earlier, the Illuminati destroyed monarchies and divine right. This is completely opposite and antagonistic to their doctrine.
Continuing on, it is important to note that while Theron is part of the propaganda, she is not part of the Illuminati and is just another pawn. As the video below shows, she is the same as Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, and Marlene Dietrich, walking along the Hall of Mirrors (symbolic of mind control) with the rest of them.