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Illuminati Behind Popularity of Tattoos?

December 15, 2014

beiber moloch.png(Illuminati boy toy Justin Bieber provides model for teens.)

If the body is the temple of the soul,
then tattoos are  graffiti.
Why do so many people deface themselves?

David Richards looks at the doodling-on-yourself phenomenon and suggests the Illuminati agenda.

"In Western culture, traditionally, social outcasts get tattoos: criminals, sailors and bikers. For this deviant activity to have become mainstream is significant yet little mention has been made about it."

 Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I [am] the "I AM".  
Leviticus 19:28 

(David Richards, 26, teaches English in Mongolia. From Jan 2013)

by David Richards

Returning to England after spending 2 ½ years abroad, I noticed many more people were displaying tattoos. A decade ago there were 300 tattoo parlors in Britain, now there are more than 1,500. The best estimate says 20% of Brits have a tattoo. The picture is the same across the Atlantic; 14% of all Americans have a tattoo, including 36 % of all 18-25 year olds and 40% of 26-40 year olds.

Clearly, the Illuminati are promoting tattoos. Nearly every star is covered in them. A good example is Justin Bieber who has nearly a dozen tattoos despite being only 20-years-old. He has an image of Moloch on his arm.

porn girl tatt2.JPGWhat is the purpose of this campaign? On one level, it is part of the agenda to corrupt and degrade.

The Illuminati use tattoos as a method of branding.  This is seen by how they mark sex slaves. Many girls in porn movies have tattoos of Illuminati symbols, like this girl (left) in a video on a major porn site. Girls in different films have tattoos of Monarch butterflies and satanic symbols.

However, I believe the primary purpose is to prepare the public for RFID implants and brainchips. To desensitize us to being branded, they are encouraging us to brand ourselves. That's why they promote tattoos.  This desire to brand is also behind the push for brain chips, which is why people call them the 'mark of the beast'!

RFID tattoo.JPGThe big players of the transhumanism movement talk about the need to desensitize the public to implants. Dr. Keith Bolton, chief technology officer at industry leader Applied Digital Systems, said at a meeting in 2000:

"Before there may have been resistance, but not anymore. People are getting used to implants. New century, new trend. We will be a hybrid of electronic intelligence and our own soul.'

The desensitization campaign is multi-faceted, including having characters in TV shows with brain implants, like the Borg Collective in Star Trek who are equipped with brain implants that connect them to a collective consciousness, to the push for people to have their pets micro chipped.

Incredibly, the British government has announced that all owners who fail to chip their pet will be fined £500 ($750.) I believe tattooing is promoted because, like an RFID implant, it involves painful intrusion into the skin.

A few years ago the University of Illinois announced they had created an electronic skin tattoo with RFID technology. Considering how 'cool' tattoos are, how many young people would think twice about getting one?


Despite often looking superficial and silly, tattoos have a meaning for their wearers and are designed to communicate something. The Royal Society of Psychiatrists list seven main reasons that people get inked:

·         Association with sexual immaturity, rebellion problems with identity and need to assert independence
·         In females, to enhance the feminine image or intended as social resistance
·         To prove toughness
·         Fashion
·         Belonging to a group
·         Religious reasons
·         Exoskeletal defence
I have seen examples of these. My uncle recently got a huge tattoo on his right arm of a man climbing a rock face. My uncle works for a big corporation but his passion is climbing. He clearly feels a 'need to assert his uniqueness': the ink gives him a sense of breaking out of his corporate straight jacket and expressing his true self.
Many guys my age (25) try to look tough by getting pseudo-heroic tattoos, featuring things like skull and crossbones, powerful animals and slogans like 'Death before Dishonour'. Is this a reaction to feminism?
I see even more girls with tattoos; they must think it makes them look sexier.  Girls with body image issues are more likely to get inked. A study of "at-risk" (as defined by school absenteeism and truancy) adolescent girls showed a positive correlation between body modification and negative feelings towards the body and low self-esteem.
sugar skull tatt.JPGIndigenous cultures from Papua New Guinea to India have used tattoos for religious purposes. Indeed, Sigmund Freud referred to the spirituality of the skin, calling it the "mystic writing pad". An example I've noticed is the popular 'sugar skull' tattoo, a symbol originally used in the Mexican Day of the Dead. The symbol features a skull decorated with flowers, signifying the overcoming of fear of death and the celebration of life.
The Royal Society of Psychiatrists has also found that 'the prevalence of tattoos is higher among people with mental disorders and those likely to come in contact with mental health services.' Tattoos could be on the rise because society is breaking down and people are becoming more mentally unstable and neurotic.
Tattooing is dumb. Getting inked is sold as a way to express yourself and experiment with fashion, but there are ways of doing this without scarring yourself. The high level of regret that follows getting one is shown by the fact that tattoo removal is now a bigger business than tattooing.  Even for those people who keep them, their skin loses elasticity and wrinkles with age, making the tattoo look like a big smudge.
The popularity of tattooing shows how readily we dance to the Illuminati's beat. This doesn't bode well as we enter the transhumanist age, and may go through physical transformations we can't undo.

Related -  Could your tattoo give you cancer? (Thanks Jackie)
New First Comment from Andy:

From Daniel:

I am a guy with quite a bit of tattoo coverage, but I do agree this is part of a big degradation agenda.  I am a pretty big muscular guy so mine still look "good," but in reality I know it part of a crumbling society so I look a bit sadly on them sometimes.  However what I find really ridiculous about tattoos these days is how it actually isn't even edgy anymore. 

I am in my early thirties and can still remember when it was mainly only rough type of guys who got inked so it kind of fit at least, it sort of had it's place and it made some sense at least.  Now with women and complete girly wimps like Bieber doing it it has lost all it's edginess or coolness.  It has just turned into something every single mass-minded 20-30 something does when they want attention one weekend, no one has any identity so they keep doing things in search for one. 

 I agree that it is always better to leave your body the way it was made, but at least when tattoos were exclusive to Bikers, Pro Boxers, Military, rock bands, etc. at least there was some logic in it.  

 Peter G:

Getting yourself tattooed is only slightly less dumb than getting vaccinated.


My daughter went through a phase at about 15/16 of wanting to get a tattoo and both me and her mother went to the greatest lengths to talk
her out of it eventually we succeeded.

Years later after completing Uni she went for a job working with an airline in the middle east she got the job and now has a fantastic
life flying all over the world but out of the 250 people that arrived for assessment at the Radisson Blu hotel at Heathrow airport, only 18
were selected after day two and all the ones with visible tattoos were told "No Thanks" in under the first thirty minutes.

People wake up! Tattoos harm you in ways you cannot understand. Do Not Get Inked.

As far as RFID chips are concerned they are already in banknotes so it wont be long before you (or the bank) can crosslink your wealth with
the chip in your body. Welcome to the machine.

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Illuminati Behind Popularity of Tattoos?"

Greg S said (December 17, 2014):

Hi Henry. When reading your article about tattoos, I have thought such things for quite a while. I ran across this FB post that reflected something I was thinking about as I read the article. I have quite a few scars from Viet Nam. My children asked me one time why I never got any tattoos. They all have tattoos. I rolled up my sleeves and told them, "These are my marks and the only ones I will every have."

I was talking to a Delta operative once at the VA. I was wearing a 3/4 sleeve sweatshirt and he was studying my arms and hands. I looked at my arms then looked at him inquisitively. He asked me if I had gotten those scars in Viet Nam and I said yes. He slightly nodded in recognition and no more was said.

HansFriedrich said (December 16, 2014):

I know people and have friends who are heavily tattooed, it does not exclude them from Christianity, but anyone playing with the thought of getting "marked" should think again.

These words are not in the Bible without a reason:

"Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD." Leviticus 19.

Gordon said (December 15, 2014):

Whether the bearer realizes it or not, a tattoo is an icon advertising demonic presence :
"behind every idol there is a demon"

Al Thompson said (December 15, 2014):

As a young man, this was something I never even considered and I'm surprised that tattoos have become so popular. Here is what it says in the Bible about such things: "Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD." Lev 19:28 It seems to me that this practice is intended to deliberately mock and disobey God.

The commandment makes sense as the appearance of any tattoo is just plain butt-ugly; especially on women. In the verse before this one it says: "Ye shall not round the corners of your heads, neither shalt thou mar the corners of thy beard." Lev. 19:27 These are two ordinances which are directed at appearance and grooming (or lack thereof). Shaving is like tattooing because it distorts the image of men; tattooing distorts the body with the usual satanic images. Neither practice is of any benefit and is dangerous spiritually because it goes outside of the natural order that God created.

Linda said (October 23, 2013):

Dear Henry - excellent and uber-timely article about tattoos.

So many perfect little statements said in the article and comments section really sum up this sheep-mentality phenomenon: is part of the agenda to corrupt and degrade.

...something every single mass-minded 20-30 something does when they want attention... one has any identity so they keep doing things in search for one.

And my personal favorite - so succinct and to the point: Tattooing is dumb.

Never had an issue with my 22 and 18 year old wanting a tattoo. Very thankful for that.

Robin said (October 23, 2013):

I'm writing in response to the article about tattoos most of the article i agree with but i also resent it because there are those like me who has one tattoo. and my purpose in getting the tattoo was to show those who do believe in Satan and allowing themselves to be deceived that i will not....

my tattoo is on the top part of my right arm near the shoulder and it says and i quote " family 1st" that is it and all.. i got the tattoo years ago and have no desire to put anymore on my body.. it has become a family slogan of those who are finally waking up in my family and realizing what is going on and who is behind it......Your readers and guest bloggers really needs to find a way to stop lumping everyone in with what is happening in the entertainment industry because not all have fallen into the game....

Barney said (October 22, 2013):

I'd like to raise two points regarding tattoos. The first is that, however colourful they may be when freshly done, they always fade to black.

The second, and possibly more important point is that a tattoo, like an embedded RFID chip, is a permanent identifying mark. Most people aren't doing anything wrong, but something that's considered right and proper today may well become illegal in the future.

Tattoos are not only stupid and ugly, but potentially deadly when those that rule us are clearly insane.

What if tattoos themselves were banned? Where would you hide?



Tattoos banned? Seems a bit paranoid. But, we're a conspiracy site after all!


Jacqueline (Holland) said (October 22, 2013):

After reading the articles about tattoos I started looking whether tattoos and cancer could be related and found this article in the DailyMail UK:

After reading your article and the article in the Daily Mail, I started thinking about my daughter who was diagnosed with breast cancer about 6 months ago. Fact is, is covered with tattoos and I now think this cancer could be indeed a result of these tattoos. Sadly she doesn't want any contact with me anymore so I can not warn her about the tattoos maybe being dangerous to her health and maybe having caused her to get cancer.

PS I wonder how many members of the Japanese Yakuza might have gotten cancer due to the complete body tattoos they have. They have tattoos from the neck down to their ankles.

Blaz said (October 22, 2013):

All valid points in the article, and the comments.

One thing i'd like to add - a thought i usually have when i see girls with tattoos:

I personally hate it, because it simply makes women look much less feminine (by making them look more masculine).

And considering the Illuminati drive to lose distinctions between sexes, i'm pretty sure that's one of additional objectives behind tattooing popularization.

Robert said (October 22, 2013):

What is bizarre in all this is that the Nazis tattooed prisoners, and now the idiots of this society have allowed the same to them.

First deface the body, then the soul. One wonders if this tattooing is not a mockery of the valid Christian notion of the "sacraments" as being indelible signs on the soul, signs one carries into eternity.

I think tattoos are such a monstrosity.

Dick P said (October 22, 2013):

David Richards' article , "Illuminati Behind Popularity of Tattoos?" Has described the tattoo popularization quite well.

I've always called tattoos ritual mutilation and didn't and still don't understand why someone would do this to themselves. Create personal pain and pay for it too.

It's popular in the military too, not only for group identity but to, I imagine, show how tough you are. I was among a very small minority that refused to and didn't get any body mutilation performed on me and very glad that I didn't. It is not body art.

It is another form of mental illness as described with many possible diagnoses.

How many disabled people with poor body image do you see with tattoos? Very few, in my experience.

Tibor said (October 22, 2013):

Absolutely, also tattoo's or the ink as absorbed causes genetic mutations and cancerous infections over time...they think of everything, don't they? and people are sheeple.

Timothy said (October 22, 2013):

This does raise some viable points. However, I myself have numerous tattoos of Biblical and Masonic symbolism for the sole purpose to raise awareness of the Spiritual battle raging beyond this physical realm. When people ask about my tattoos I see it as an opportunity to explain and inform them of the cause similar to yours and the people that subscribe to your site.

One thing I would like to add. The Old Testament is a historical account of Jewish legalism to control and suppress the people. Jesus was nailed to the cross to abolish this. The Old Testament is done. This is clearly stated in the Book of Hebrews. I don't understand why people try to use Levitical laws, or even laws stated in the Book of Deuteronomy. To me it is like slapping Jesus in the face, and unappreciative of what He has done to save us all. Love God with all your heart,mind, body and soul. Love thy neighbour as thyself. It is that simple.

Gordon said (October 22, 2013):

Acceptance of tattoos is not hard to figure out in light of the book : "Demons in the Modern World" by Merrill F Unger : = a tattoo is an image branded onto a meat puppet, denoting possession . Such an icon is an idol : "behind every idol there is a demon".

Les said (October 22, 2013):

Debra's right about the Illuminati. I'd only add that they're insane and if you want to do what's right in the world, observe the world's fashion and wisdom, then do the opposite.

Debra said (October 21, 2013):

The Illuminati promote tattoos because God said not to. That is how the Illuminati work.

Leviticus 19:28 Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I [am] the "I AM".

That is what the Illuminati do …. everything in opposition to what God said to do or not.


Thanks Debra, for this timely quote and perceptive comment. I incorporated the quote into David's story.


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at