Hat Tip to Michael H, thank you, Sir.
The Palm Springs Art Museum is set to celebrate Taylor Mac, a drag performer, at the Annenberg Theater on June 25, from 2-5 PM. According to the Art Museum’s announcement, the purpose of the event is to host a “special screening” of an HBO documentary about Mac called “A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC.” After the screening, there will be a 15 minute Q & A with Mac and the filmmakers, Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.
The Art Museum bills Mac’s show as a “unique concert” and claims that Mac ” reimagines American history as an over-the-top, queer-inflected, counter-cultural, musical extravaganza.” The film is based on a one-time 24-hour concert that Mac gave, which the museum describes as a “tour-de-force performance in all its righteous outrage and radical humanity.“
While there is no “family friendly” or “all ages welcome” drag show advertised, it is important to note a couple of facts. First, Americans are sick and tired of having our history “reimagined,” especially when that reimagination results in film makers, or entities like the 1619 project, passing it off as real history. Secondly, we should take a good look at the messaging that Mac conveys in his costuming. Symbols have meanings.
MAPS and Pizza
It is common for the legacy media to write symbolic meanings off as “conspiracy theories,” just look up “pizzagate” to see it all wished away by the media. Yet, for all of the media’s wishing that pedophiles use of symbols to communicate with each other were just conspiracy theories, we keep learning that they are not.
For example, this Wall Street Journal article from two days ago, wherein we learn that pedophiles do indeed communicate with each other using symbols and code words. The article divulged that while Meta (Facebook and Instagram) could instantly ban a conservative for posting a Bill Gates meme or typing vaccines are poison and Dr. Fauci is an ass, Meta was actually linking pedophiles up with each other.
From the WSJ:
The pedophilic accounts on Instagram mix brazenness with superficial efforts to veil their activity, researchers found. Certain emojis function as a kind of code, such as an image of a map—shorthand for “minor-attracted person”—or one of “cheese pizza,” which shares its initials with “child pornography,” according to Levine of UMass. Many declare themselves “lovers of the little things in life.”
Keep an eye out for that term, MAP, as the media, democrats, and pedophiles themselves, will try to normalize child sex abuse by referring to abusers as “Minor Attracted Persons” rather than “pedophiles”. For reference, let’s take a look at the Instagram cheese pizza emoji. Remember that image.
The FBI also had a list of pedophile symbols, though they did not tell us about them, Wikileaks did. Take a look, especially at the “little boy lover” swirl, you’ll see why in just a second. Click through that last link to see, and read descriptions, of more symbols. The document came from the FBI Cyber Division’s Innocent Images National Initiative, which was formed in response to evidence that there was a huge online community of child sexual predators.
But, that doesn’t mean that these symbols just came into existence. Take for example, the play “Ubu Roi,” written by Alfred Jarry, part of the Theater of the Absurd movement in the late 1800’s. The play references sexual abuse to minors several times, here is an original depiction of the title character, do you see the symbol?
So, what does all of this have to do with some dude performing in women’s clothing? You always ask the best questions! Here, let me show you.
There is a place at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire called the “Hopkins Center for the Arts,” also known as “The Hop.” During the pandemic is became known as “Hop@Home.” In December of 2020, drag performer Taylor Mac held a Christmas special performance entitled “ Holiday Sauce…Pandemic!“ which blended “music, film, burlesque and random acts of fabulousness to reframe the songs you love and the holidays you hate.” On that page was a notice that read “This program includes adult language and sexual content and is intended for mature audiences,” which almost nixed this article. Not performing for kids? Fine, who cares, go perv yourselves silly.
Then the video of the show played, and I felt it would behoove us all to be aware.
It has been said of satanists, that they like to tell you who they are, and what they intend to do (to you or others), it may be subtle or so outrageous that you refuse to take it seriously. But, you were warned and you let it happen anyways–pure glee for a satanist, so it is said. Some might say that all the symbols that people flaunt or the strange rituals they perform or attend are just for fun, or pretend. Did the images of Superbowl half-time shows, the Grammys, or the Swiss rail opening come to mind? Here, there is plenty to choose from. Just remember, when it comes to worshiping Satan, there is no such thing as pretend.
I tell you this, because what you are about to see is riddled with symbols you may associate with Satanism/occult/Illuminati/”the cabal”, or whatever you prefer to call them. I do not have the space to decipher them all, so I focused on what we already discussed. Watch the five second clip and I’ll rejoin you below. Pause it right at the end or it will go to another video.
So just a couple of notes. It is not uncommon to see the eye of Ra (many different names) in a triangle, but the triangle on Mac’s costume is inverted. Take note that the triangle has three swirls inside, now compare that image to the FBI images and the Instagram emoji above. Speaking of FBI swirls, look closely at the symbol behind and to the right of Mac’s head. Here is a closer look. I don’t think I need to go any further. Yuck already.
While I am relieved there is no “family friendly drag show” associated with this Palm Springs Art Museum event, I am not so relieved that Mac seems to have influence over college kids (at least Dartmouth) who are still very impressionable–just take a look at the rank and file of Antifa. Are those symbols on Mac’s costume by coincidence, or just a bunch of random doodles? Is celebrating Mac “inclusiveness” if he flaunts those symbols? Or, are those symbols there because Mac is telling us who he is? Do we believe him or not?