Disturbing MKULTRA and Child Abuse Paintings Displayed on Billboards in Italy

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from Vigilant Citizen:

An art exhibition in Cremona, Italy used city billboards to display paintings by artist Nicoletta Ceccoli who specializes in disturbing MKULTRA-themed imagery, complete with clear allusions to child abuse. Here’s a look at this horrific display of elite depravation.

Sprawling over 20 km (12.5 miles) and 40 billboards, an art exhibit turned the city of Cremona, Italy into a gigantic celebration of MKULTRA. Indeed, this year’s edition of Affiche, an “atypical exhibition” using city billboards to display art, featured paintings by Nicoletta Ceccoli – a famed artist who specializes in disturbing yet blatant images referring to Monarch programming. Of course, this subject matter comes with the obligatory references to child abuse, human trafficking, and satanic rituals.

Nicoletta Ceccoli is a prolific artist whose works were shown in prestigious collections throughout the world. She’s also illustrated children’s books and worked with a long list of corporations such as Random House, Mondadori, Simon and Shuster, Barefoot Books, Greem Press, Fabbri, Arka, Fatatrac, Europacorp, Macy, Diesel, Houghton Mifflin, Henry Holt, Mc Cann Lowe, United Airlines and Vogue.

The global elite loves Ceccoli’s work and is willing to reward her with generous contracts. Are these people bothered by the fact that nearly all of her paintings refer to the most horrific practice known to mankind? No. The symbolism relating to Monarch programming is actually part of their sick “culture”. They love to be surrounded by it and they want us to be surrounded by it as well.

The cover of the illustrated book “Resta Con Me” (Stay With Me) is pure Monarch symbolism. Sitting on a checkerboard pattern floor (the ritualistic surface of occult transformation), a girl dressed in red (the color of sacrifice) is surrounded by masks representing the alter-personas of an MK slave.

Nearly every painting made by this artist is replete with MK symbolism and all kinds of “codes” hinting to sadistic abuse. And, for some reason, Affiche 2020 selected these paintings to be plastered all over the city of Cremona.

Affiche 2020

On its official websiteAffiche 2020 describes itself as follows:

Affiche is an atypical exhibition, set up in the spaces that are normally reserved for advertising or electoral posters. Affiche is an exhibition that expands throughout the city with a journey of about 20 kilometers. Every year the large-format artworks of a great international illustrator are shown and his images – usually published in magazines, newspapers and books – are presented directly to passers-by, whether they are strolling, or traveling by car or bicycle. The exhibition space is the city itself.

This year’s edition features 23 paintings by Ceccoli.

A map of the Ceccoli billboards displayed across Cremona.

Here are some of the paintings put on display by Affiche 2020.

The painting titled Ingenue features a girl surround by monarch butterflies – a reference to Monarch programming. Furthermore, the girl is wearing a dress made of flowers while insects are pollinating them. This is about the “birds and the bees” talk given to children to explain sex. In other words, this painting is about the abuse of an MK slave by Monarch handlers.

This one is called Wicked Delights. A scary figure offers a phallic-shaped lollipop to a young girl. The red and white mushrooms on the ground indicate that the girl is probably being drugged. Indeed, fly agaric mushrooms (red with white dots) are known for their hallucinogenic properties.

This one is called Compagno Di Giochi which means “Playmate”. It is about an MK handler abusing a young girl on a dualistic floor. How can this clearly pedophilic “art” be celebrated?

This one is called L’Ora Del Diavolo (“Hour of the Devil”). It refers to the “Witching Hour”, that time at night where the invocation of the demons is the most potent (believed to be 3 AM). This painting is about MK slaves partaking in satanic rituals and invocations to further trauma and control.

This one is called Hide And Seek and it is 100% about Beta Kitten programming (used to create sex slaves). The girl wears feline prints (used to identify Beta slaves) and holds a feline mask which represents her Beta Kitten alter-persona. Furthermore, the mask is used to create a one-eye sign. To make things 100% obvious, the bird inside the cage indicates that this is all about MK slavery.

This painting represents the dissociation of MK slaves during abuse (described as a feeling of weightlessness). The painting’s name “You’ll Float Too” ominously alludes to the girl dissociating.

This is another painting representing a handler physically abusing a slave. The title Til the End indicates that she won’t come out of this alive.

This one is called Good Girls Go Bad. It represents the “corruption” of children after being forced into the satanic system of the elite. The one-eye sign formed by the mask seals the deal.

Other than being a pedophile’s fantasy, this painting represents the training of Beta Kitten slaves on a ritualistic floor.

This one represents the final outcome of many MK slaves: Human trafficking. This girl is “boxed” and sold as an object. On the box is written “Fully Jointed Soft Vinyl Skin”. Creepy.

Controversy

It doesn’t take an expert in symbolism to realize that there’s something terribly wrong with these paintings. And Cremona citizens immediately protested this exhibition. Here’s an excerpt from an Italian news article about the exhibit (free translation).

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