In Lana Del Rey’s video, we see chemtrails being sprayed in the sky while wealthy women turn into witches at night. What does it all mean? Here’s a look at the symbolism in “Chemtrails Over the Country Club”.
In order to understand Lana Del Rey, one must first understand her history and the functioning of the music industry as a whole. The first fact that one needs to understand is that Lana Del Rey is an alter-persona who, throughout the years, has been centering around a specific narrative: An industry slave who bounces from one toxic relationship to another.
When Lizzie Grant flopped, a new persona was created: Lana Del Rey. The artist underwent a complete metamorphosis that included a new musical style, new visual esthetics, and even some plastic surgery. After signing with Interscope Records in 2012, Lana Del Rey quickly enjoyed massive mass media promotion. Also, she became yet another vessel for the occult elite’s symbolism.
Although LDR quickly gained a huge cult following and sold millions of albums, many were skeptical regarding her authenticity. Some critics stated that Lana Del Rey was fashioned by “manipulative managers”, that her music was written by professional songwriters, and efforts were made to erase her past. It was also speculated that her meteoric rise to success was fueled by her father’s wealth and connections in the industry.
Like many others, Lana Del Rey had to be a slave to the industry in order to become successful. And that fact is thoroughly reflected in her songs, her videos, and … in real life.
Several songs by Lana Del Rey address themes of abuse, promiscuity, prostitution, and toxic relationships. Her real-life relationships were somehow worse.
The song Cola from her album Born to Die is a tribute to this “relationship” with the infamous Hollywood producer. Here are some of the lyrics.
My p*ssy tastes like Pepsi-Cola
My eyes are wide like cherry pies
I gots a taste for men who are older
It’s always been, so it’s no surprise
Harvey’s in the sky with diamonds and he’s making me crazy
(I come alive, alive)
All he wants to do is party with his pretty baby
Later in the song, Lana refers to Weinstein as her “dad”.
I fall asleep in an American flag
I wear my diamonds on Skid Row
I pledge allegiance to my dad
For teaching me everything he knows
In short, Lana Del Rey’s entire persona is based on the Marilyn Monroe “prototype” – a Beta Kitten slave who gets passed around at the highest levels of the elite. For this reason, Lana’s work is replete with references to Marilyn Monroe. In fact, in the song Body Electric, LDR sings
Elvis is my daddy, Marilyn is my mother
But there are many other references. Like other representatives of the Beta Kitten system, LDR showcases an obsessive devotion to Marilyn Monroe.
As the years went LDR had to adapt her messaging according to the elite’s agenda. That’s what industry puppets do. Therefore, after claiming that she found feminism “not interesting” at the beginning of her career, she ended up backtracking to voice her support for third-wave feminism in 2020. In a move that is somewhat related, LDR also publicized her interest in witchcraft and encouraged her fans to engage in rituals with her.
In short, everything about Lana Del Rey is in perfect alignment with the occult elite. And her 2021 single Chemtrails Over the Country Club is in perfect continuation of that narrative.
Chemtrails Over the Country Club
The title of LDR’s 2021 album (and lead single) Chemtrails Over the Country Club is rather enigmatic yet evocative. As you might know, “chemtrails” refer to a conspiracy theory that has been circulating for decades.
Chemtrails refers to the theory that governments or other parties are engaged in a secret program to add toxic chemicals to the atmosphere from aircraft in a way that forms visible plumes in the sky, somewhat similar to contrails. Various different motivations for this alleged spraying are speculated, including sterilization, reduction of life expectancy, mind control or weather control.
– Chemtrails Conspiracy Theory, The Keith Group
So why are chemtrails being sprayed over the country club – a social gathering place for the rich and affluent? The music video appears to be providing some answers as Lana and her country club friends are revealed to be witches who take part in blood rituals at night.
When Lana Del Rey released the video and the album cover, it was followed by controversy. However, as usual, mass media completely ignored the blatant symbolism of the video to focus on absurdities.
When LDR posted the album cover on Instagram, some people slammed her for the “lack of diversity” on the picture. One commentator wrote:
“Are you anti black and POC? In this time in America it’s more important than ever to show women of all shades. Please think about that next cover.”
This “controversy” baffled me on a profound level. Are they really trying to police every single picture posted online and calculating the racial background of each individual in said pictures? Didn’t we agree a long time ago that tokenism was regressive and extremely racist?
Instead of ignoring these internet vultures (which is the right thing to do), Lana replied to them. First, she engaged in the cringy exercise of pointing out that there’s a black woman in the picture and two others of Mexican descent. She then added:
My best friends are rappers my boyfriends have been rappers
Yes, LDR basically said that she’s been banging rappers for years so she can’t possibly be racist. While the woke crowd found that reply to be “problematic”, it is 100% in line with her Marilyn Monroe, industry slave persona.
In short, “music critics” in mass media focused on an absurd “controversy” instead of properly analyzing the blatant imagery in Chemtrails Over the Country Club. Because this video has absolutely nothing to do with race. It has everything to do with the occult elite.
Not unlike previous videos by LDR, Chemtrails Over the Country Club has a 1950’s Americana esthetic.
In the screenshot above, you can see LDR wearing a mesh mask. Throughout the video, there are several closeups of her putting it on or removing it.
That specific mask was the subject of yet another “controversy” regarding LDR. In November, the singer wore that mask during a book signing, prompting people to accuse her of being a COVID superspreader. Although LDR claimed that there’s plastic embedded inside the mask, people were still angry.
The fact that this mask was the subject of a special focus in this video is odd. Is there a message behind it? Is it maybe about how the elite wears the mask as an accessory for virtue-signaling rather than actual safety? In the video, LDR appears to be wearing the mask at random moments: Sometimes she wears it while she’s alone while, at other times, she doesn’t wear it while surrounded by people.
Meanwhile, as the name of the song implies, chemtrails are being sprayed over the country club.
What is the effect of these chemtrails on LDR and her friends?
After a day of wholesome country club activities, everything turns dark. Indeed, the fun-in-the-sun theme of the video is replaced with an ominous vibe and imagery relating to Monarch mind control. Through symbolism, the video ultimately tells the story of LDR dissociating and engaging in dark rituals.
Not unlike other MK-themed music videos (i.e. Katy Perry’s Wide Awake), LDR’s core persona (her real self) is represented by a child.
On numerous occasions, the video alludes to the fact that the young girl is actually LDR.
The young girl is also associated with other MK imagery.
In Monarch imagery, MK slaves are often depicted as porcelain figures – probably because they can be “broken” easily. If you look closely at the figure above, it is cracked, hinting at the fracturing of the personality of MK slaves.
Then, the chemtrails in the sky appear to have altered the weather.
The scene above is highly reminiscent of the famous tornado scene in The Wizard of Oz which takes Dorothy to the land of Oz. In Monarch mind control, The Wizard of Oz is used as a programming script where the Land of Oz symbolizes dissociation.
Like in The Wizard of Oz, the “tornado” in Chemtrails Over the Country Club actually happens in LDR’s mind.
Therefore, through various symbols, the video depicts LDR dissociating from reality. Then, things get even darker.
We soon understand that the women having fun in a posh country club actually hide a dark secret.
The wolf represents the “inner-beast” and the absence of inhibitions. Consequently, in the second part of the video, the women are lascivious and drawn to blood.
So, in order to take advantage of the rich and affluent life of the elite, Lana has to dissociate and be subjected to the elite’s dark side.
The video ends with the women going to bed and getting ready to act “normal” the next day.
In the first part of Chemtrails Over the Country Club, Lana is part of a group of privileged women who gather in a posh setting to relax and have fun. In the second part of the video, the same women turn into vampire-demons who partake in dark sex and blood rituals. Since mass media likes to associate witchcraft with feminism, some say that this video is “empowering”. However, the symbolism in Chemtrails Over the Country Club is clear: Lana is not “empowered”, she’s a slave.
To core concept of the video revolves around chemtrails being sprayed above Lana. These chemtrails alter the weather and cause a tornado. The video makes it clear that the tornado is a metaphor for Lana’s mind control where she dissociates from her core persona. In other words, she is not herself. The chemtrails represent her being controlled from “above”: The occult elite.
Since we all breathe the same air, the video can also represent the world as a whole being controlled by the occult elite. Through constant brainwashing (chemtrails), the masses are pushed towards the embrace of everything that is evil, twisted and self-destructive. Meanwhile, they laugh at us behind their mesh masks.