Hollywood is an Illuminati hotbed
Riven with symbols, secret messages and evocative imagery; this year’s Kardashians’ Christmas card is a radical departure from their classic glamorous ensemble shot.
Composed by Kanye West’s favorite photographic auteur, David LaChapelle, the complicated scene is a muddle of intriguing narratives that suggest there’s a wry commentary on the nature of the reality family’s fame at play; and perhaps even a message from secret society, The Illuminati.
The first Easter Egg, as committed fans refer to these hidden treasures, is that Kanye West and Lamar Odom have made the shoot… in a fashion.
Kanye West, 36, is depicted on the 2006 LaChapelle shot cover of music bible Rolling Stone as a Jesus (or should that be Yeezus) character while Lamar, 33, smiles on the cover of gossip mag Us Weekly with his estranged wife Khloe under the headline ‘taking him back.’
Then we’ve got the setting to consider, and what a setting it is.
While previous Kristmas Kards were all about a nicely appointed hallway decorated in nothing more diverting than black or white, LaChapelle has transported the family out of their monochrome comfort zone into a technicolor, post apocalyptic casino/circus hybrid.