“Butterfly Effect” or How Travis Scott Got Recruited by the Industry

from Vigilant Citizen:

Behind the psychedelic visuals of Travis Scott’s video Butterfly Effect is a hidden message, told through symbolism: Travis Scott’s introduction to the elite’s entertainment industry and the Monarch mind control system.

Travis Scott is a rapper and producer who began his career behind the scenes, collaborating with the likes of Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Madonna. He then launched his solo career and, with the hit song Antidote, Scott found commercial success. Soon, he was propelled to the forefront of the rap game. After the release of his second album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, Scott cemented his trademark sound and got a taste of superstardom. Shortly after, things started to become … symbolic.

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While Scott is sometimes criticized for “rapping about nothing”, a clear theme has emerged from his latest works: Monarch programming. (If you don’t know what that is, please read this article first).

Indeed, it appears that Scott has been recruited to promote the elite’s MK symbolism to his hordes of young fans. When a new artist shows talent, charisma and star potential, it doesn’t take long before they get recruited by the elite. Afterwards, their work becomes “tainted” with their agenda. Hence, Butterfly Effect.

If you need immediate proof, this screenshot taken from the video sums everything up in a single, powerful image:

Travis spits out butterflies after he gets hit by lightning (representing electroshock therapy).

Travis spits out butterflies after he gets hit by lightning (representing electroshock therapy).

Before I go further into the meaning of Butterfly Effect, let’s look at some of the things Travis has been associated with in the past months. They illustrate that the symbolism of Butterfly Effect is not simply about aesthetics, but about Travis Scott being used by the occult elite to promote its Monarch system.

Travis Scott in SZA’s “Love Galore”

Shortly before the release of Butterfly Effect, Travis Scott appeared in SZA’s video Love Galore. The song is apparently about SZA regretting getting back with an ex-boyfriend (played by Scott). However, the symbolism of the video takes things to another, darker level.

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SZA then goes to the window and looks outside, towards someone waiting in a car.

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