Blog post by Marica Micallef
Do you think that I might be stretching this a little way too far when telling you that this year’s Eurovision song contest used symbols, intended as subliminal messages for us? These messages have two sides of the coin: on the one hand, they might be well-intentioned hints so that the public wakes up, or else it was the elite who were openly using their symbols in order to signal their secret intentions? You have a right to question.
My blogs are always a way to make the readers question. But, can we say that while the public was busy enjoying the contest, it was ignoring the elephant in the room – that is – the messages which were blatantly being put on screen, in order to be guided towards the truth? Can I ask the Maltese public and Maltese media, why they make a fuss and condemn maskless crowds while partying, but then they did not condemn such an act during the contest?
Moreover, did you notice that we had two songs which referred to the devil? One was that of Elena Tsagrinou for Cyprus which claimed that she is giving her heart to “El Diablo”. Please note that this song was condemned by Cyprus’s Orthodox Church for supposedly promoting devil worship. Then we had Norway’s singer Tix, with his song “Fallen Angel”, chained in an angelic costume, while dancers dressed as demons dancing around him. Another food for thought? Is it another subtle message of the satanic forces acting in the world?
Azerbaijan’s song Mata Hari ended with a big eye being displayed on the screen. Are people aware that one of the symbols of the Free Masons and the Illuminati is the “All-seeing Eye”, a replica of “The Eye of Providence”, which is also associated with the Christian concept of divine providence, meaning “God is watching over humanity”. Could this be a way for us to be told “You are being watched” or was it a way to tell us “God is with you”? It is a known fact that satanic rituals use Christian symbols with some distortions in order to mock Christ.
Is the “All Seeing Eye” such a case?  A case in point of this is the checkered carpet or flooring of the Lodge of the Free Masons, which represents the ground floor of King Solomon’s Temple in the Bible (1 Kings 6:15). The checkered flooring represent good and evil. Did watchers notice, that the Lithuanian band “The Roop” had a display of checkered flooring during its performance? Another coincidence?
Did viewers notice that on the screen during the Ukraine’s performance, people were digitally enclosed in boxes while trying to get out? Isn’t it a representation of the lockdowns? Isn’t it a representation of the separation of humanity via social distance? Isn’t it a representation of humanity trying to unchain itself from what is being imposed on it or for it crying to gain true freedom?
Can we say that the lyrics of the winning song are apt for these times and are revolutionary? “People talk, unfortunately/ They talk, and they don’t know what they’re talking about / Just take me where I can stay afloat/Cause here I can’t breathe”.
With the title “Zitti e buoni” (Shut up and be good), can we say that the hidden underlying message of the winning song is “We are not ready to be silenced and we are ready to disobey and dismantle”? Is it a message for humanity? I think with Covid-19, no other song would have been good enough due to its revolutionary message. And for a revolution to start on a collective level, that revolution must first start in the mind.