The 2018 Met Gala: Because the Industry Loves Blasphemy
The theme of the 2018 Met Gala revolved around Catholic imagery. As a result, dozens of industry stooges paraded around in outfits trivializing, sexualizing and blaspheming Catholic and Christian symbolism.
The theme of the 2018 Met Gala was Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. The title itself – which uses the expression “heavenly bodies” to allude to the sexy celebrities the masses lust for – perfectly encapsulates the philosophy behind this fashion event. It is about using symbolism associated with the holy, the spiritual and the divine and applying it to a fashion show that is about the exact opposite: Opulent materialism, crass sexuality, and desecration of the sacred.
The event featured creations by major fashion houses owned by the occult elite such as Gucci, Balmain, and others. Here are some examples.
One would believe that the Vatican would not appreciate this display. Quite to the contrary, they even sent a representative to mingle with celebrities.
While some media sources timidly criticised the event as being “borderline blasphemous”, other’s just said it:
Everything about the Met gala recalled the concept of a black mass: A satanic ritual based on the inversion and desecration of Catholic symbols and rituals. Not unlike the gala, black masses look to corrupt the spiritual and godly essence of the traditional mass.
In recent years, the industry has been taking great pleasure in conducting thinly veiled black masses disguised as music videos or fashion events.
While one can rationalize and explain away the 2018 Met Gala in all kinds of ways, it remains a clear and blatant display of the entertainment industry’s mindset. The concept of “creativity” is now tightly intertwined with occult elite’s ideology, and “art” is now at the service of dark spiritual deeds. Would this kind of display be accepted if it was “inspired” by any other religion or culture?