Thomas Sheridan: Fashion Industry Gaslighting

Do You Believe in Magic? No? Matters Not, the Corporations Do… Thomas Sheridan speaks about the sigil and the salespitch in advertising and fashion.

The most obvious form of cultural Gaslighting, which most people can recognise, is clearly the modern fashion industry. Fashion has always been at the forefront of the Psychopathic Control Grid. They present their bizarre and degrading designs to us with a straight face, and along with this take the nauseatingly superficial high moral ground on popular issue and then do the reverse.

They slaughter animals for fur and then tell you to save the environment = GASLIGHTING

They make their profits from Third World sweatshops and then claim to support human rights = GASLIGHTING

The fashion world has been so batshit crazy for so long that they have essentially reached the same state of Psychopathic Continuum that say, the SS or a Death Cult eventually attains, in that they become a feedback mechanism of their own Gaslighting and constantly up-the-ante of projected absurdity. There are simply no sane people around their industry remaining to tell them what bullshit this all is, as the non psychopaths have been rooted out of the fashion industry power base. This is when psychopathy truly becomes an inside job.

Likewise, there is no ‘reality fail-safe’ switch to remind them how insane they have become in the eyes of normal people. So it just becomes more psychopathic – and further removed from the majority of human society – that the fashionistas can create anything they want and they only have to contend with reviews of their increasingly demented output being either referred to as ‘challenging’ or ‘radical’.

Do not assume that these designs are the psychopathic fashion gurus having a laugh at our expense. Nothing could be further from the truth. The designers are revealing their actual inner state of psychopathic consciousness, which goes a long way to show how very different the psychopathic mind is from a normal human. If there is anything to be gained from modern conceptual art prizes, fashion catwalks and MTV music awards, it is that we are given an opportunity to visualise what we are up against with the Psychopathic Control Gird. What you witness on the catwalks is a look ‘behind enemy lines’. The leaders in politics and big business have the same alien consciousness.

The clothes you see below are pretty much what I would imagine the consciousness of a psychopath – in how they conceptualize their own version of reality – experiences existence when no social brakes are being applied. Industries such as religion and fashion allow the psychopathic consciousness parasite to bring to the surface that which is usually hidden below. Notice the adult teddy bear imagery and baby man designs (both psychopathic classics). They are funny to observe at first – but when you look at them for a bit longer, you start to feel almost off-balance and depressed or something. They have been produced by minds so unlike ours, it’s almost as it we can comprehend it emotionally and cognitively.

 

Thomas Sheridan is an independent alternative artist, author, satirist, musician, public speaker, broadcaster and researcher currently based in the West of Ireland. His illustrations have appeared on the covers of newsstand magazines, books and websites worldwide.

The Anvil of the Psyche is considered a vital manual for personal and social survival in a world controlled by greed and false hopes. Thomas’ writings and interviews have evolutionised people to build a firewall around their own psyche and not to be lured into handing over personal independence to an exterior collective or guru. As a result, his NO CONTACT EVER AGAIN philosophy applied to controlling individuals and groups has made Thomas an enemy of mind-controlled death cults and neo-Nazi fringe groups.  Thomas has also been featured in several films and documentaries.

Visit: Thomas Sheridan’s Official Blog

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