Designer Dilara Findikoglu unveiled her Spring / Summer 2018 collection at London Fashion Week and it was nothing less than a satanic Black Mass. Indeed, the event took place on the altar of St Andrew's Church in London and included strong occult and satanic symbolism. In short, the event has already openly summed up everything that really is in the fashion world.
While Dilara Findikoglu is considered the "rebel of the fashion world", she is fully in line with the philosophy of the industry. She does not rebel, she does exactly what “they” want from her.
For the same reason, celebrities such as Rihanna, FKA Twigs and Grimes wear Findikoglu creations.
Brooke Candy takes to the catwalk. For this event, the church was turned into an occult temple. More precisely: to the Masonic lodge.
The background is mostly a jumble of Masonic imagery. On each side are Masonic double pillars. Between the pillars is the letter G inside an inverted pentagram. Below it is an all-seeing eye inside a hexagram. There is also a Masonic square and a compass. To top it off, the podium was painted in a checkerboard pattern. For comparison, a classic Masonic painting.
In this highly occult context, the models were dressed and decorated with many symbols. Of course, this had to fit in with the current agenda: androgyny and blurring of gender roles.
This model is wearing a bridesmaid dress, complete with a white veil. A sigil is painted on her face.
A sigil is a written or drawn symbol that is considered magical. Some interpret them as a demon's signature. The sigil encodes the secret names of spirits, demons and other entities. Sigils are widely used in ceremonial magic to summon and control a spirit or demon. The special sigil on the model's forehead strongly resembles the Sigil of Lucifer.
Pendant containing the Sigil of Lucifer (also known as the Seal of Satan).
In short, this model is the “bride of Satan”.
Violet Chachki in a red dragon outfit & hellip; with devil horns. This happens inside the church.
Historically, the Black Mass is a ritual characterized by the inversion of the traditional Latin Mass celebrated by the Roman Catholic Church and the desecration of Christian objects for Satanic purposes. The fact that the models walk inside the church and wear the devil's horns is reminiscent of the concept of the Black Mass.
This model shows off with a pair of horns made of hair. In addition, the model also has a sigil on the face.
This model has a large Eye of Horus painted on her face. This signals to us that this event has been “sanctified” by the occult elite.
There is a punk rock influence. But mostly, this is the influence of one eye.
Left - the symbol of the Skull and Bones - an elite secret society.
An early logo for the Skull and Bones secret society.
This dress is all about the Hermetic concept of duality (like the checkerboard floor).
This vampire guy has a sigil on his forehead. On his cloak is a fallen angel. Lucifer was a fallen angel.
This model wears a ritual red dress with a large pentagram painted on her face. Most of the models are transformed into magical objects as if they were part of a magical ritual.
In addition to the inverted cross painted on this model's face, her left leg and left chest are exposed. In addition, the iconic thing hangs around her neck. Doesn't this remind you of anything?
This is a photograph of a Masonic initiation candidate. After the ritual, his left chest and left leg are exposed, and a noose is hung around his neck.
This guy has some inverted crosses on his shirt.
This fashion show is the perfect representation of the worldview of the modern fashion industry. This is not just about "clothes" or "fashion", it is about already undisguised ritual events, an artistic celebration of the satanic thinking of the occult elite.
When they walk with magic sigils, occult symbols and other ritual props, the models are already transformed into magical charged objects, turning this "fashion show", which took place inside the Church, into a satanic ritual with high magical power.