Brad Pitt jokes about a pact with Satan

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Brad Pitt jokes about choosing Satanism and his pact with Satan.

Rumble | MONEYBALL Press Conference | Festival 2011

“I related it more to my upbringing. I grew up in a very Christian environment, a healthy environment, a loving family, but there were just parameters and things I didn’t understand – questions, I always questioned it, and it took me to my adult years or leaving home where I could really, really try on something different for myself. That was Satanism. It’s working out really well. I made a pact that’s why the movie came out so well.

“No, but really dealing with, you know you’re told certain things as you grow up and I am big believer in, ‘You have to try things on for yourself and really figure out who you are and what works for you and what doesn’t’, and I just relate it to that time, because it’s a very personal time, when you lose something that’s a comfort system, you cut the tether and you find yourself very on your own with nothing to hold onto, and so, just an interesting time and this film, I know there’s something in it there that connects for me, um… can I leave it at that?”

The All-Seeing Eye photos are common in his younger years and are on many posters created for him. His tattoos could be suspect (or he could just be weird). They are pretty awful amateur-looking tattoos for someone who is extremely rich and famous. The one on his left leg is resembles a rhino (or something with a horn? maybe a representation of Baphomet?) and on his right leg, a human skull. He has a cross on his right arm, with the initials of his family at the top of the cross which would lead one to assume it’s not an “upside-down” cross? On the movie cover of “The Devil’s Own”, both Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt are presented with one eye.

Certainly looks like a Freemason ring, only found one image with the hidden hand, loads of ‘subtle’ “one-eye” and “vow of silence” photos, and I only found one photo of the “666” hand sign. He was also one of the original celebrities encouraging men to wear dresses decades before other celebrities jumped on the bandwagon.

His Ötzi tattoo is a bit strange? I spent way too long looking this mummy up, and not understanding why someone would get him tattooed on them. Maybe the wording is probably something to look into because the mainstream media is reporting it as saying “INVICTUS” but you can clearly read it as “IIIVICTUS” in the close-up’s. I don’t want to waste any more time on it, but just asked it in ChatGPT, and it replied that Victus is a latin word for “food”, “nourishment”, or “way of living” depending on context, and that the III could be interpreted as the Roman numeral 3.

It suggested the text could mean “three ways of living”, and with the added context of the mummy Otzi, it suggested that it’s possible it means “3 Victories” and that Otzi might be used as a symbol of resilience and victory over adversity. Who knows! Pretty gross thought just came in when I thought of food or nourishment alternatives…maybe I should search for spirit cooking photos with Brad… anyway, moving on..

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