“World’s favourite airline” plays its part in pushing the agenda
While I was hesitant in posting this due to it’s fairly obscure nature and lack of obvious illuminati symbolism, it did get my spidey senses tingling upon viewing it for the first time and considering the upper-class, pro-establishment “flagship” carrier that British Airways is, it’s probably worth taking a closer look at.
The slick new commercial, entitled “Today. Tomorrow.” with it’s stirring instrumentals, snappy editing and sucky tagline “To fly. To Serve.” is clearly supposed to come across as an inspiring and creative piece that illustrates what a cutting edge and caring company BA is, yet step beyond all of that and look at the content for what it actually is and unsurprisingly, much of what you are subjected to during the one and a half minute broadcast is of the same old symbolic nature as other more flagrant illuminati visuals we frequently see elsewhere, just cleverly concealed in a subtle veil of ‘credibility’.
The advert opens with an unfolding palm and following a few quick flashes of nothing in particular, we see a passport being read with a quick focus on a single eye of it’s bearer while the time “18:34″ displays.
The passport for most people of course is a symbol of their believed freedom, yet in reality it is the means by which the all seeing ‘elite’ can track, control and inhibit their inalienable right to freely travel the planet upon which they were born.
We are then shown the benefits of the so called ‘smart’ technology now being employed by the airline, with a QR code being scanned from the traveller’s phone, allowing him to take the “Fast Track” option (at an added extra cost, no doubt) instead of having to wait in line with the rest of the common cattle.
The QR code subsequently merges with a microchip which then transmits electrical flashes and impulses to a human brain. Is this an indication of where ‘smart’ technology is ultimately headed – an implanted and wirelessly mind controlled zombie nation? Quite possibly.
Following more “illuminating” visuals we are briefly presented with a curious black horses head. Now this could of course just be any plain old horses head with no deeper meaning but with an advertisement of this calibre, that is highly unlikely.
As stated above, with BA being the quintessential flagship carrier of the UK, the horse, on the surface at least, more likely symbolises the long established values the airline believes it stands for, values such as honour, integrity and nobility, and this leads us onto it’s colour…
The horses head is of course black and The Black Nobility is term used to refer the interbreeding Roman aristocratic ruling elite of the 1800′s who founded the Committee of 300, or what many commonly refer to as “the illuminati” today.
What then, do we fittingly see happen just before the scene cuts? The lampshade above the horses head is turned on, illuminating it and symbolising the “illuminated” Black Nobility that covertly controls the world we live in today.
Interestingly, the seemingly random time of “18:34″ displayed earlier on in the ad, may actually refer to the year 1834, which is when various alternative researchers assert an Italian ‘revolutionary’ and member of the Carbonari secret society named Giuseppe Mazzini replaced Adam Weishaupt as head of the then Bavarian Illuminati, which subsequently paved the way for the Black Nobility to go about founding the Committee of 300, or the ‘New’ Illuminati, following the disbanding of the Bavarian Illuminati.
In the second half of the ad we see some questionable illuminati pyramid symbolism in the shape of the curved wing of the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner and while this could just be insignificant “artistic” imagery, it could also be an intentional artistic metaphor, as it just so ‘coincidentally’ happens, a few scenes later, as if to complete that image, we see more specific highlighting, or “illuminating” of the eyes of the passenger who is now onboard the aircraft looking out over the wing.
Toward the end of the piece, we are presented with yet more highlighted single eye symbolism followed by a close up of a human eyeball for good measure. A bird’s eye view of a cityscape then merges with further ‘smart’ technology and an illuminated planet Earth, or “brave new world” is presented while we hear the words “To Pioneer. To Engineer. To Innovate. To Imagine. To Fly. To Serve. Today. Tomorrow.” being spoken. Words that may be relatively insignificant, or that may very well have an alternative meaning depending on how you look at it.
To “pioneer” and “engineer” what exactly? A new ‘smart’ controlled society that if you refuse to consent to, cannot operate adequately within? That’s what the visuals seem to suggest to me. And does “Today. Tomorrow” underhandedly imply the envisioned new totalitarian world of the illuminati, that huge companies like BA, complete with their illuminati-themed corporate identities and ingratiating elitist emblems are quite literally serving to bring about?
On closing, I’d like to remind any readers who remain skeptical of the alleged hidden messages in the advertisement, of the pro-establishment nature of the flag carrying British Airways, which enjoys various government afforded privileges for it’s preeminent status. Just look at the nauseating royal-esque illuminated insignia we’re left to focus on at the end of the video…
In a world where true innovation and forward thinking for the betterment of humanity would renounce such obsolete classist nonsense, this well respected corporation is embracing and perpetuating it.
Finally, consider the fact that as well as being publicised in the corporate controlled media prior to it’s release, this commercial was also specifically scheduled to premiere in the half time slot between Friday night’s big England/Moldova world cup qualifying football match and it becomes pretty obvious that this is no mere innocuous, brand building exercise.