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What does this mean to you - Seer

Posted: Feb 11th, 2018 - 6:58 pm In Reply to: 33 "Conspiracy Theories" that have Existed Since the Dawn of Man - Points

The "elites" have been telling you/us -- no, ADVERTISING is more like it -- what their plans are in movies, songs, theatre, etc. for millennia.  Have you been paying attention?

I can't wait to hear the "explanations" from the narrative weavers on here!  (Don't bother copying and pasting the commissioned artist's Illuminated doublespeak; I have already read it.) 

Do you believe your own eyes or what someone else "tells" you? Why do you think this creepy fresco is hanging in the lobby of this bank building, the Bank of America's Corporate Center in Charlotte, NC?


barbed wire - check

nets - check

miitary figures - check

people confined - check

dudes in hazmat suits (obviously for their own protection from "something")- check

The -- clearly unhappy -- detainees are Americans and include nuns (probably symbolic of religious folks in general), a hippy, and some protesting the government.

Vigilant Citizen says this about this fresco:

"The middle fresco, Chaos/Creativity, depicts a turbulent transitional period. Many details within the painting describe this profound turmoil, which seems to be affecting all part of society and civilization. We find military and religious figures, people protesting and much more."

- and -

"Barbwires, nets and soldiers on the streets tell the viewers that this period of turmoil is also one of oppression. The nun does not seem very pleased either."

Again, this is only one fresco.  There are two others.

Complete anaysis here:


This is a good link because it also delves into the creepy murals that used to hang in the DIA (Denver International Airport) which were subsequently removed in the wake of a public outcry.


American Concentration Camps

LINK/URL: Analysis of Occult Symbols - Bank of America Murals


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