The YouTube channel of an artist named That Poppy has been mystifying viewers for years. Behind the weirdness of her videos is a disturbing story: The mind control of a young pop star. But That Poppy is not a random YouTube personality who is simply being “random”. She’s an actual musical artist signed to Island Records (owned by Universal). Her singles Lowlife and Money were heavily promoted by the label and obtained significant radio and TV airplay.
While her official VEVO channel contains the few music videos she released on Island Records, That Poppy also stars in a separate YouTube channel where bizarre, absurdist videos are uploaded on a regular basis. For example, this video is That Poppy repeating “I’m Poppy” for over 4 minutes. What makes these video even more disturbing is that they are getting darker as That Poppy – the musical artist – is going deeper into the industry. Let’s look at the most important themes of the video – which happen to be the entertainment industry’s favorite themes. Of course, I will not go through all 70 videos because that would be INSANE … Kind of like making a 30-minute video of a girl playing a tiny xylophone. In her early videos, That Poppy was somewhat ‘human’, expressive, and talked about music and being an artist. Then hints to Monarch mind control appear in her videos and things get darker. In My Phone is Not Plugged In, That Poppy talks into a phone that is clearly not plugged in, a classic symbol in Monarch Mind Control representing a slave controlled by a handler.“Hello, my phone is not plugged in”.
Poppy then says: “I need to be a new person. I need to change my clothes”. This is a reference to the ultimate goal of Monarch programming: Creating a new alter persona controlled by a handler. In the video 3:36, That Poppy obsesses about the number 3:36. In Am I OK?, That Poppy alludes again to the process of creating an MK ULTRA alter. She says: “Do you ever wish you could just restart? What if you could reboot yourself like a computer?” The video ends with her saying: “I believe that everything’s gonna be OK” Then her nose starts bleeding.Her nosebleed hints to the fact that NOTHING is OK and that she is being programmed to repeat phrases like “Everything’s gonna be OK” and “Don’t worry about it”. In They Have Taken Control, things become rather blatant.Poppy looks completely out of it. She wears a rainbow-themed sweater. MK slaves are encouraged to go “over the rainbow” to dissociation when they are being programmed. In the background a robotic voice says: “You will pledge allegieance to Poppy. You will do everything Poppy says”. The video ends with the robot voice saying: “Prepare yourself for programming sequence 2 … Programming complete”. Of course, the title of that video “They have taken control” explains it all. The following video, entitled Oh No!, depicts the result of the programming.A second That Poppy appears. The first one starts bleeding out of the mouth. The second That Poppy represents the creation of an MK alter-persona. The fact that the first one bleeds out of the mouth hints to the trauma and abuse suffered during programming. The blood also ties the story of That Poppy with an artist who somewhat mysteriously disappeared from the scene: Mars. She then repeats “pink outfit” and other phrases several times, in what seems to be NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) that gives the feeling that viewer is being brainwashed. When the camera zooms out, she says: “Please admire my pink outfit.” When then see the entire outfit.
On the dress is the outline of an inverted cross – a symbol of satanism. The pink dress pretty much turned her into a life-sized inverted cross … and she wants her viewers to admire it. That Poppy’s biggest hit, entitled Lowlife, is a rather clear ode to the Illuminati industry.The first shot of the video features That Poppy sitting on a chair, doing the “As Above, so Below” hand sign.The shot is a clear reference to Baphomet – the occult elite’s favorite symbol. That Poppy then chills with the devil himself.Throughout the video, the devil, painted in red, follows That Poppy around.Sourcex