The legend of pop artist Andy Warhol – the man credited with having claimed ‘everyone is famous for 15 minutes’ (6/33/high-degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry) – represents the triumph of the psychologically manipulative mass marketing techniques perfected by 20th century social scientists such as Edward Bernays and, as well, the victory of post-modernist solipsism.
Though renowned for his “contributions” to the world of “art”, Warhol was nothing more than a bottom feeding cultural grifter – meaning – the only art the character known as “Warhol” ever perfected was the art of the scam.
Despite becoming one of American popular culture’s most notable figures during the counter-culture era of the 1960’s, Warhol was nothing more than a character played by an actor and a CIA trained social revolutionist playing dress-up; a destabilizing tool of the ruling class designed to psychologically manipulate and condition the proletarian masses to the Marxist/Fabian socialist engineered “changes” that would later, in the 21st century, incrementally and actively reshape the social, political and cultural complexion of the West.
As it turns out though, we have seen “Andy” before, starring in Hollywood productions such as Easy Rider and the cult classic Blue Velvet. Andy’s host actor is also a close and hidden relation to Hollywood icon, Jack Nicholson and popular 1980’s MTV generation pop singer, Gordon Sumner AKA “Sting”.
It also turns out that – with little surprise – Warhol’s host actor and Nicholson are connected to not only Hollywood but have genealogical ties to a prominent European royal family based in Denmark, a royal family with direct lineage to the Farnese, one of the most prominent and ancient of the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families.
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