4) According to the documentary: "both Houston and her half-brother, Gary, were allegedly molested as children by their cousin Dee Dee Warwick, the sister of Dionne Warwick and the niece of Houston’s mother, Cissy Houston, who died in 2008."
5) Dee Dee Warwick has passed. Her sister, the legendary singer Dionne Warwick, passionately defended her.
"My sister would never, ever have done anything to do any harm to any child."
8) This article by @MASTERRAIMHOTEP shows how her life could fit into the occult "script". It is very detailed. This does not make it true, but it could be true, and I just wanted to highlight how we could interpret one of her music videos accordingly.
15) But we do see a few in this video, and that's what I want to talk about for a couple of minutes.
16) The key thing to note is that a mind-control victim is not performing. They are actually dissociated from reality. The fact that their personality is split, means we are following a fragment when we watch a celebrity - not a whole person. (Obviously.)
39) The command, “Dance!” sounds like a master commanding a slave the way Whitney sings it.
In case we haven’t gotten the memo, there is a blinking neon sign that looks like a motel-prostitute place.
40) Here we have the obligatory black and white checkerboard which is a telltale sign of mind programming.
41) Whitney is pictured here dancing with an invisible partner on this checkerboard - which is to say, the person or entity which controls her.
42) When she “asks” the man to dance, she has to beat him up - literally shaking him - to get him to do it.
This seems like violence she is experiencing, but portrayed in the reverse. There is nothing romantic about it.
43) Now we have Whitney and the man behind the cage. Both are trapped.
44) Whitney is framed by the “motel” prostitute sign, with a chain link prison motif in front of it.
She is surrounded by admiring suitors...or are they actually men who have paid for her services at the motel? (The men who back her success financially and control her.)
45) The physical violence shots occur when she is wearing the devil’s colors. She is portrayed as the aggressor...because we don’t want to see that it’s really the reverse.
46) The graffiti fence indicates a bad neighborhood. The men are admiring her, or are they leering as she goes by? Does her participation in this music enterprise keep her away from them?
47) She has the bright lights of celebrity on her only so long as she obeys her handlers.
48) Is Whitney, Whitney anymore? Her identity is semi-transparent.
49) But she is happy. She is oh so, oh so happy.
I thought she wanted to dance with someone who loves her? Not dance *for* the customers?
50) A close-up on her skinny, little-girl legs in the dressing room. In the video they quaver - as if with excitement, but really, I think, to signify fear.
51) This motif of the coat rack is bizarre. It has pointy hooks and it’s shown spinning in her face. It looks like a weapon.
52) She wears the black and white outfit before the purple (Hivite - Phoenician - royalty) fabric backdrop. She pulls the chain to control the dancer.
53) She dumps the water all over him, showing that he is an exploited object in the reverse of the way this is usually done - to women in Whitney’s position - she is reminded that she is one step away from being a stripper.
54) But the audience extends its hands in supplication. If she does what they say, she is a “goddess.”
55) Notice the neon yellow glasses. She is always watched - she is under the gaze (power) of another, who studies her.
56) This black and white motif alludes to film. She is a music star, but whoever controls the music controls the videos and movies too.
57) Doesn’t it look a little like she’s hanging?
58) The happy isn’t real happy. It’s confetti manufactured happy.
59) Always under the eyes of her owner, at the motel, where it says - in big red letters - “ENTER.”
60) I loved the real Whitney, and no matter what they did to her, her music and her light will always live on.
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By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain.