from Vigilant Citizen:
The wedding of Ivy Getty – an heiress of the Getty Oil family fortune – was a three-day extravaganza filled with powerful people and even more powerful imagery. Here’s a look at this highly symbolic affair.
Ivy Getty is the great-granddaughter of tycoon and industrialist J. Paul Getty, the founder of Getty Oil. Stating that this man was rich is a gross understatement. In 1957, Fortune magazine named him the richest living American and, in 1966, the Guinness Book of Records named him as the world’s richest private citizen. Getty’s immense wealth turned his family into an American dynasty which, after several generations, is still worth billions of dollars.
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Ivy Getty is an heiress of this fortune and her wedding to photographer Tobias Engel, showcased the full extent of her family’s wealth, political influence, and global reach. There were lots of rich and powerful people in attendance. Predictably enough there was a whole lot of symbolism relating to the occult elite and, bizarrely enough, there was a clear focus on Monarch mind control.
Before we get into the extravaganza that was Ivy Getty’s wedding, here’s a look at her family’s background.
The Getty Curse
Not unlike the Kennedys, rumors have been circulating for decades that the Getty family is cursed. Indeed, an entire book could be written about the bizarre stories and mysterious deaths surrounding the Getty dynasty.
Though the lives of the younger generation look glam and glossy on social media, family insiders say they face an uphill battle when it comes to the dark past of the Getty family.
J. Paul Getty was once the richest person on earth. Born in 1892, he died in 1976, leaving a dysfunctional family plagued by drug overdoses, a kidnapping, illicit affairs and scandals. He was by many accounts a cold, stingy man who was married and divorced five times and had five sons by four different wives. His youngest son, Timothy, died of a brain tumor at 12 — but J. Paul could not be bothered to attend the funeral. His eldest son, George, stabbed himself to death with a barbecue fork while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Another son, John Paul Getty Jr. (born Eugene), became a heroin addict whose second wife, Talitha, died of a drug overdose in Rome.
In 1973, John Paul Jr.’s son, 16-year-old John Paul III, was kidnapped by Italian mobsters who cut off part of his ear and mailed it to his grandfather in a quest for a $2.2 million ransom — which J. Paul initially refused.
Though he was eventually freed, John Paul Getty III never got over the trauma and became a drug addict. In 1981, he suffered a stroke brought on by alcohol and drugs and was left blind, unable to speak and confined to a wheelchair until his death in 2011 at age 54.
– Page Six, Will Getty family curse claim the next generation after the latest death?
But why is this family so cursed? A family friend provided this sinister explanation:
“We’re talking old-school money — so you have old-school demons and ghosts passed down from generation to generation”.
More recently, Ivy Getty’s father, John Gilbert Getty, did not escape that curse as he died suddenly at age 52 in 2020. Not unlike other sad events relating to the Gettys, circumstances surrounding his death were somewhat in mystery.
When John Gilbert Getty was found “unresponsive” in a $1,200 suite on Nov. 20 at the luxe Hotel Emma, a chic refurbished brewery in downtown San Antonio, details about his death — in the words of a veteran investigator — were “buttoned down” very fast.
“That’s how they do it,” Los Angeles investigator John Nazarian, who worked for years for billionaire heiress Doris Duke, told The Post. “They get in there and they clean it up and they make sure nobody talks.”
Neither hotel personnel nor the San Antonio police would comment to The Post.
But these tragic events did not diminish the family’s wealth and power. And Ivy Getty’s wedding was proof that a new generation of elite socialites is slowly but surely replacing their parents.
New Elite Generation
Ivy Getty got married to Tobias Engel, the son of English actress Cheryl Prime (Coronation Street, Stolen). In the Vogue article that covered the entire event, Ivy explained how the couple got engaged:
“After attending the Unicef Ball, we went to Capri for three days,” Getty says. “Normally, I pick where we go out to eat, but this time Toby insisted he pick. This didn’t raise any red flags, but when I got to the restaurant, I thought to myself ‘Oh he really planned this.”
The interesting tidbit about this quote is the fact that they attended the Unicef Ball. In 2018, I published an article titled Inside UNICEF’s Bizarre 2018 Masquerade Ball which explained how this event was full of satanic imagery … juxtaposed with pictures of hungry children. The article featured pictures of Ivy Getty’s cousin August Getty.
UNICEF Balls are a gathering place of “heirs” and “socialites”, where a new generation of the occult elite meets and greets. In many ways, Ivy Getty’s wedding had a similar purpose as the old generation passed down the proverbial torch. And, maybe, the curse.
The wedding was an opulent extravaganza that spanned over three days and included multiple themed parties. Meticulously covered by Vogue magazine, the event was also filled with symbolism, starting with the invitation itself.
Beyond this bizarre depiction of suicide, the entire wedding was peppered with symbolism relating to Monarch programming. While each individual symbol could be shrugged off as a coincidence, the combination of all of these elements points strongly to a deliberate theme.