I'll start with this section featuring Tim Burton and his slave (see below image) Helena Bonham Carter (wrote about her families Rothschild/global elite connections in this post as she is appearing in his Alice in Wonderland) in various MK-resonating depictions. The above one obviously having her dressed up in a large checkerboard dress (some of it is cut off; these scans have more of the checkerboard dress shown). And obviously the MCM in a smaller checkerboard pattern on the right, her zebra shoes; the eyes, the shattered glass of the TV etc etc.
Nice relationship they have :p
This one I thought particularly blatant, Helena in a broken elevator (charlie and the chocolate factory one), note all the shattered glass pieces in the elevator, the purple smoke, the spiral above the elevator [elevator = MK symbolism accessing another compartment of the mind; it is symbolically shattered/broken here].
She's a Fox!
Random zebra MCM [there are others in the mag], and below black/white theme from above shoot.
"Eyes everywhere so you better be careful..."
More fairies, seeing a hell of a lot of those lately [plenty of triggers in time for all the chaos (causing a lot of it through their triggered programs), post-election].
MCM + Butterfly = MK [there are a good few more butterfly jewelry advertised in it than just these ones]
Red Riding Hood perversion [gunfire (in this case) = ejaculation] "The small girl smiles. One eyelid flickers. She whips a pistol from her knickers." From Revolting Rhymes; this whole set of images with Burton and the MCMs is based around Roald Dahl fairy-tales/poems/etc, who I'm not saying is involved (anyone has info?), but naturally his themes resonate with the programmers/'elite' perverts/pedophiles (like the 'pistol from her knickers' and 'Eyes Everywhere').
Note everything dissociatively hanging upside down by (dream) bubblegum; she is the 'spoiled princess' character in CATTF. Below one to finish from that segment has a big emphasis (in the written part on the opposite page) on ruby, with her dress and the red shoes; Burton's pose.
There was a heavy emphasis on masks in this edition. The below one shows that "masks" eye-shadow is now in fashion; wonder why... check out the blatant All Seeing Eye one (gold triangle, rays below it), "the make-up was supposed to represent masks".
Synching this back up to MK'd obvious sex-kitten Kate Moss; at Halloween she had that type of drawn-on mask as she dressed up in a poor attempt at Catwoman [Purrfect (ach not quite ;s); previous posts on KM (she is also pictured in a few; like Cat People)] accompanied by two Coneheads.
And in-keeping with the MK-centric trend-setting on the part of the 'fashion elite' these look extremely interesting with cracked/fragmented mirror bags and all that (note all seeing eye, the dark side etc).
There was another strange series of pictures in the magazine (the whole thing was all very surreal) about a hidden 'elite' billionaire party where cameras were not allowed, but they had someone painting them at the time, as ye do [typical elite 'Masquerade Ball' full of victims and programmers]. Every one of the guests pretty much had masks on so I just picked out a few.
Naturally one of them dresses up as MK'd ritual sacrifice Heath Ledger.
And I'll finish with one that just confirms how long this has all been going on for (look at the dates of many of these) in Vogue and the rest of the magazines, everything is present from a sex-kitten, to a mask, to butterfly/fairy girls (note the small monarch one to the upper left).
I thought it was deeply symbolic (of all the trauma associated with the imagery contained within them) when in the Simpsons (this is at the very start; right after the Oz in reverse cyclone intro sequence), Homer says to bart: "You better settle down boy or I'll drag you into the blind-spot of that security camera, and beat you with one of those big thick womens magazines with all the ads in it." A couple of screencaps from that episode called Double, Double, Boy In Trouble where Bart switches places with his doppelganger and the standard Freemasonic/'elite' (twin pillars, checkerboard [more than the below large-square one], skull and bones) and MK (spiral staircase, mirrors, doubles, fucked up 'illuminati' families etc) features.