from Vigilant Citizen:
Take a second and picture in your mind the most expensive hotel room in the world. Did you picture pills, butterflies and medical waste everywhere? Probably not. Because you are probably not a psychopath. Well, the most expensive hotel room in the world is actually filled with pills, butterflies and medical waste. And dead animals. Because this place was clearly made for psychopaths.
The Empathy Suite of the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas combines colorful, kiddie designs with pills and opioids. It doesn’t take a great deal of imagination to picture what this place was designed for. Here’s a top comment from a YouTube video touring the Empathy Suite.
Just by looking at pictures of the place, one gets a visceral gut feeling of pure foulness. And, when one understands the symbolism of the occult elite, that feeling gets worse. Because one can only imagine what actually happens there.
One of the selling points of the Empathy Suite is that it features exclusive works of art by Damien Hirst – who happens to be one of the occult elite’s favorite artists. Therefore, in order to fully understand the “spirit” of this hotel room, we need to take a quick look at Damien Hirst and his body of work.
Damien Hirst is reportedly the richest living artist in the UK with wealth estimated at £215 million. Throughout his career, Hirst was supported by extremely rich and powerful people such as Charles Saatchi, an Iraqi-British Jewish businessman who founded Saatchi & Saatchi, the world’s largest advertising agency in the 1980s.
Right from the start of his career, Hirst’s works revolved around the theme of death. One of his first “works of art” is a picture of him smiling next to a severed head. He soon became famous for a series of artworks in which dead animals (including sharks, sheep, and cows) are preserved—sometimes having been dissected—in formaldehyde.
Hirst often combines his morbid subjects with Christian themes to create rather blasphemous works of art.
So, the people at the Palms Hotel saw this stuff and said: “We need him to decorate our most sumptuous spaces right now!”.