The use of colors in popular images and their hidden meaning

Media is defined as “The main means of mass communication (esp. television, radio, newspapers, and the Internet) regarded collectively”. Media utilizes pictures, sounds, videos – forms of information. Information is constantly bombarded on the modern human at an unprecedented rate, influencing them in many ways. Right from infancy, where the mind is similar to a sponge and absorbs all the information consciously and unconsciously, until the end of life at which point a human has been a life long audience to the images, sounds, ideas it is forced to absorb. We are constantly and relentlessly fed a supply of information in various forms. This too is increasing exponentially. An extremely powerful tool for this purpose is the picture/image.

The use of images is a very important and effective tool utilized by the elites. Images take many forms, such as corporate logos, advertizing banners, graffiti, motion pictures (videos), etc. They serve multiple purposes, including (but by no means limited to) influencing and desensitizing the populace, implanting suggestions, influencing morality, influencing what is considered “right” and “wrong” – all of which are variants of mind control, which we are now witnessing at a global level. While these symbols are on display by the ruling elite, within their inner circles they appear as a “stamp of approval” of their dominance and ownership of the profane. Almost a cruel inside joke that none of us are in on. Many of these images are common symbols and more information on these symbols can readily be found by a casual google search or speaking to any truth seeker, such as the one eye, monarch butterfly, the pentagram, yin-yang, the pheonix, etc… All of these are borrowed from eastern and pagan religions. Many eastern religions do follow a more pagan style of worship when compared to christianity or islam, and large portions of the occult utilize their symbols and teaching. While the images themselves have powerful meaning, an often ignored aspect of elite symbolism is the use of colors. It is to the author’s surprise that after scouring the internet, there was nothing that could explain this to a layman. The central theme and meaning behind many occult images is the colors and what the colors represent. While many colors have importance in elite symbolism, the most popular ones are the colors of Red, Blue, and occasionally White. Of late black and yellow have been incorporated as well, and a song laden with illuminati symbolism (Wiz Khalifa, shown below) has even been dedicated to those two colors.

Wiz Khalifa worship occult imagery
From left to right: T-Pain, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg and Juicy J – Note, the extreme left (T-Pain) is wearing a contraption on his head that leaves him with one eye. It is important to note that the one remaining eye is chosen to be on the left, symbolizing the left hand path. This person can only “see” in the left path.

Before we proceed, I do want to point out the interesting stage name chosen: Wiz Khalifa. “Wiz” is a popular short form for “wizard”. “Wizard” is a male form of the word “witch” – witch: usually female, dabbles in the occult. “Khalifa” is an arabic word for “Caliphate”.

The Caliph (خليفة; /khalīfah/) is the head of state in a Caliphate, and the title for the leader of the Islamic Ummah, an Islamic community ruled by the Shari’ah. It is a transcribed version of the Arabic word which means “successor” or “representative”.


More one eyed symbolism

While there are many aspects of the image that are very important and symbolic, (such as outline, the synchronicity, the object itself, the numerological aspects of the image and kabbalistic numbers associated with them) colors are very important to the elite, as they believe colors have occult properties to them. Make no mistake about it, an image without color is still a very powerful tool, and used all too many times by the elite (such as the baphomet, which is only black and white).

All they need is black and white for this image

However in this article we analyze the effects and meanings of colors on elite occult symbolism. Colors are almost as symbolic as the images themselves, infact some images’ meanings are derived solely from the colors and/or color combinations. Now before we deconstruct and analyze the various uses of the color based images and their interpretations, it is important to try and understand what each color symbolizes.

Red: This is one of the most important colors, and considered particularly important to the elite, especially with regards to what elite symbolism is saying about the near future. Red is associated with the color of blood, fire, power, passion, lust, destruction, violence and rage. Red is also equated with Mars (does the term “the red planet” ring a bell? The elite have influenced language to such a high degree that common terms are used according to their definitions) – Mars is the roman and pagan god of war. We will see a lot of this color, as I will discuss later on.

Blue: This is also one of the most important colors, and is typically used in conjunction with red. The belief amongst the elite is red and blue are opposites, yet they compliment each other. Blue represents tranquility, water, charity, giving, nurturing, emotion and generosity. The combination of red and blue represents the concept of duality.

White: This color is also used fairly frequently. This color represents divinity, purity, peace, a high level of occult ability, spirituality and the divine. The use of white to represent this is frequently done when attempting to portray the soul, or a halo.

These colors are seen in combination globally at unprecedented levels. The reader is asked to pay attention next time they see images comprising of any or all three of the colors. They are used for national flags and corporate logos at a disproportionately high degree of frequency. So it is clear that these three colors are some of the most important ones utilized by the elite.

National Flags, the emblem of the elite

Interesting to note the the group of 8 (G-8) have an overwhelmingly high frequency of red, white and blue. Only Germany and Italy decided to change things up with a bit of “Black and Yellow” and green. Also interesting is the G8, or the “gate”? what could they mean by the gate? Perhaps they consider these the occult the gateway to their power as the ruling global elite? Perhaps it’s a gate to allow the entrance of the otherworldly beings/aliens/greys?

As you have probably realized, many many flags of the world have the color red, white, blue or all three exclusively. Easily the most advertised in mass media is the American flag (advertised in the US to an even larger extent, using brainwashing mediums such as schools and coining the phrase: “Red, White, and Blue” when referring to the American flag). Analyzing the US flag alone, there are many “common” theories as to what the red, white and blue represent. The mainstream interpretations are by and large false and incorrect. It is also important to note that no official description for each color was ever given by the elites. This is a clear display that the message is exclusive and not meant for the “common herd”.

What do the red, white, and blue of the flag represent?
The Continental Congress left no record to show why it chose the colors. However, in 1782, the Congress of the Confederation chose these same colors for the Great Seal of the United States and listed their meaning as follows: white to mean purity and innocence, red for valor and hardiness, and blue for vigilance, perseverance, and justice. According to legend, George Washington interpreted the elements of the flag this way: the stars were taken from the sky, the red from the British colors, and the white stripes signified the secession from the home country. However, there is no official designation or meaning for the colors of the flag.


When one looks at the world’s most powerful nation, it is clear why the image chosen to represent them is almost entirely a combination of colors and white stars. So powerful and significant is the usage of colours, that this simple combination is sufficient representation. We can also analyse the most powerful corporate names in the world: Coca-Cola and Pepsi. Both companies are amongst the most recognizable brand logos in the world, with Coca-Cola being #1.

Yin Yang and carbonated drinks

The Coca-Cola brand image is entirely red and white with no blue whatsoever, whereas the Pepsi logo is a combination of red, white and blue. With specific regards to the Pepsi logo, it is originally a similar logo the famous eastern symbol: the yin-yang.

In Asian philosophy, the concept of yin yang (simplified Chinese: 阴阳; traditional Chinese: 陰陽; pinyin: yīnyáng), which is often referred to in the West as “yin and yang”, is used to describe how polar opposites or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn.

Many natural dualities—e.g. dark and light, female and male, low and high, cold and hot— are thought of as manifestations of yin and yang (respectively). Ancient fractal set, Df=1.1.[2][3][4][5][6][7]
Yin yang are complementary opposites that interact within a greater whole, as part of a dynamic system.


The old pepsi logo is almost identical to the yin-yang, except it is more specific with the usage of colors. It uses a combination of red, blue and white. The logo has evolved over time. Initially it was a simple red and blue with a white line in between. However, as of late, the logo has transformed into a disproportionately large portion red (nearly half the circle), a skewed area of white, and a significantly smaller blue.

Elite symbolism in broad daylight. The “old” was an era with balance, the “new” is an era disturbingly high on red i.e. fire, aggression, violence, etc..

The new image is an elite narration of the balance of power having been disrupted with an increase in red. The implication is that the elite agenda is unfolding to a more “red” (violence, destruction, rage) present and future, and less of the “blue”. We can see this occurring in today’s world, with more violence, financial crises, governments falling and increasing instability. It appears as if the world is on the verge of imploding. Also important is the combination of white in the image, which indicates the usage of these colors in conjunction with some spirituality/occult/divinity. This can only be interpreted as a demonic and occult agenda. This image is bombarded on the entire planet, without anyone in the world having a clue as to the symbolism behind it. It is truly a shameful taunt displayed right in front of our eyes. They are parading the elite agenda in front of us. The Coca-Cola logo does not even bother with the use of blue. Quite a blatant statement for the #1 most recognized brand image in the entire planet (Source). For many people in many parts of the world, they may not even be able to read, or have 3 meals a day, but they’ll recognize the brand image, as it is stuck on every streetlight, store sign, etc… hence the text in it is not as relevant as the color symbols.

The Red Pill

In the movie, The Matrix, one of the most pivotal scenes in the beginning is the decision Neo has to make. He has to choose between the red pill and the blue pill.

The Matrix is a movie laden with Illuminati and Elite symbolism

If we deconstruct this image, it is very symbolic. Morpheus holds the red pill in his left hand. This shows that the path of “enlightenment” that Neo experiences, is to take the RED pill (Mars – war, aggression, rage, destruction…) which is connected to the Left Hand Path. Neo represents the Antichrist (it’s clear the antichrist is part of the elite/illuminati or whatever label they have today) making the choice between the left hand path and the right hand path. We know which path he chooses…

The terms Left-Hand Path and Right-Hand Path are a dichotomy between two opposing philosophies found in the Western Esoteric Tradition, which itself covers various groups involved in the occult and ceremonial magic. In some definitions, the Left-Hand Path is equated with malicious Black Magic and the Right-Hand Path with beneficial White Magic.[1] Other occultists have criticised this definition, believing that the Left-Right dichotomy refers merely to different kinds of working, and does not necessarily connote good or bad magical actions.[2]

In more recent definitions, which base themselves on the terms’ origins amongst Indian Tantra, the Right-Hand Path, or RHP, is seen as a definition for those magical groups which follow specific ethical codes and adopt social convention, while the Left-Hand Path adopts the opposite attitude, espousing the breaking of taboo and the abandoning of set morality.


Also important in the image is the obvious colors of the pill. The left is red, whereas the right is blue. The image shows very clear symbolism of Neo choosing the left hand path, which is the “red” path, the path revered by the elite. This is also further evidence of an increase in “red” events yet to arrive (bear in mind, this movie was released in 1999, 2 years before 9/11, 7/7, Madrid Bombings, and many years before our present great depression).

The conclusion here is very simple. APOCALYPSE. The increase in red imagery, seen everywhere, simply means the what has been prophesied by many religions will come to fruition, and will do so in our lifetimes. The change in corporate logos of one of the most recognizable brands in the world, in your face satanism, clear symbolism in popular media, and many more smoking guns are foretelling us of a future with an increase in violence and destruction, and (as you’ll learn on this website) the apocalypse. Such are the interpretations of the images that they are blatantly displaying at every corner of the globe. One should always stay informed about the Elite Agenda.


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