- Published on Wednesday, 13 March 2013 15:31
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At first glance, Monster High is just another trendy, fashionable doll line. However, looking at Monster High’s symbolism and at the videos relating to it, we discover that it is communicating many specific messages to young children, particularly to young girls. We’ll look at how this toy line is used to introduce children to some aspects of the Illuminati Agenda.
Monster High is a highly successful toy franchise that is somewhat similar to the Bratz doll line, as both are comprised of edgy, fashionable characters with attitude. Like many other toy franchises, Monster High is much more than a doll line: It is a multi-platform franchise comprised of toys, DVDs, a web series, music videos, video games, books, clothing accessories, and much more.
The brand distinguishes itself with its unique, twisted universe inspired by monster movies and sci-fi horror. All of the characters are either offspring of known movie monsters or some kind of undead zombies. While Monster High’s slogan is “Be yourself, be unique, be a monster!”, this franchise also communicates deeper messages to its young audience. In fact, a closer look at the stories in Monster High reveals that it is perfectly in sync with the Illuminati’s Agenda as it promotes themes such as hypersexualization, superficiality, a culture of death and even Monarch Mind Control. As seen in previous articles on this site, these themes are abundant in mass media and, the fact that they are present in a doll line for kids further proves that there’s a continuous effort to expose impressionable minds to a specific set of symbols and values.
This should not come as a surprise, as Monster High was created by the world’s largest toy company, Mattel, with revenues of over $6.2 billion per year. The chairman of the board of directors, Robert A. Eckert, is a long-time member of the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderbergs, the two most powerful elite circles shaping the world today. As you might know, company representatives who attend these elite meetings are there because their brands can help push the elite’s long-term Agenda. Powerful, world-reaching companies such as Mattel do not simply sell products, they sell a culture associated with them. Considering how children get attached and even obsessed with their dolls and the universe that surrounds them, what better way to reach young minds and to teach them the values of a New World Order future? Let’s look at Monster High and the universe it introduces to young children.
The Monster High Universe
The world of Monster High is basically a high school populated with the offspring of famous monstrous figures like Dracula and Frankenstein. The characters wear outfits that lean strongly to the sexy side, making one wonder what kind of message this is delivering to Monster High’s target audience: girls under the age of 10. Even more disturbing, the back story and symbolism associated with many of the characters strongly refer to dark concepts, such as Monarch Mind Control (if you don’t know what that is, read this article). Indeed, most Monster High characters are either artificially created or a product of some kind of experiment and many of them do not really have a mind of their own. They are all literally dead and animated by some kind of unholy force. When one adds this fact to the symbolism and persona associated with each character, one starts to realize that Monster High is about a bunch of MK slaves. Here are some of the main characters: