19 Creepy Photos From A 1972 Rothschild Dinner Party

By Mr Robot

September 10, 2017

On 12/12/1972, a “Surrealist Ball” was held by “socialite” Marie-Hélène de Rothschild at Château de Ferrières. Several photos of the event were taken, which recently resurfaced, making some people wonder whether Stanley Kubrick was referring to this exact event in his final movie “Eyes Wide Shut.”

In fact, it was discovered that a mask featured prominently in Eyes Wide Shut is an exact replica of a Rothschild affiliated statue in the UK.

According to an investigative report published at Kentrovery Papers:

Also, in the newly constructed English suburban town of Milton Keynes, which is nestled in the Chiltern Hills west of London, there are a pair of statues that feature one of the masks from this film. An identical pair of these statues are down the road a bit from the Waitrose Supermarket in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, UK. The photo below shows this statue juxtaposed with the same mask as seen in the film. Incidentally, the largest landowners in Buckinghamshire, where these EWS statues can be found, are the Rothschild family, one of the 13 Illuminati bloodlines that appear to control the direction of the entire planet.

(Image credit: Kentroversy Papers)

These are the photos (below) from the Rothschild ball. It is safe to say the occult behavior of these people requires a thorough investigation. To learn more about secret societies and this type of behavior, this documentary is an entertaining and extremely informative starting point.

(Image credit: Hang the Bankers, Anonymous)