Skulls and snakes are frequently seen in the Harry Potters series. The series major villain, Voldemort keeps a pet snake and is able to communicate with them by using the snake’s language, Parseltongue. Harry Potter is also fluent in Parseltongue thanks to the same childhood incident which gave him a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead.(…)
The 1991 movie, The Silence of the Lambs poster features the film’s main character, Jody Foster, with what appears to be a skull-headed butterfly covering her mouth. When examining a close-up of the “butterfly” we can see that the skull is composed of seven naked women. This is clipped from a 1951 photograph thought up(…)
The 1940 Disney animated film Fantasia apparently makes direct references to the multiple alters, or personalities, created by Illuminati programmers while creating Monarch mind-controlled slaves.
The existence of Monarch and how Fantasia is used to create mind-controlled slave is exposed in Deeper Insight Into the Illuminati Formula.
The secret society at Yale uses a skull for its emblem. They call themselves Bonesmen and are seemingly obsessed with death.