Sia Kate Isobelle Furler born 18 Dec 1975 in Adelaide, South Australia. Her father, Phil Colson, is a musician, and her mother, Loene Furler, is an art lecturer.[2] Sia is the niece of actor-singer Kevin Colson[3] and musician Colin Hay, a member of Australian group Men at Work.[2] Sia said that as a child she imitated the performing style of Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Sting, who she counted as her early influences.[4] She attended Adelaide High School.[2] 

Referred to mononymously as Sia, the Australian singer, songwriter, record producer and video music director. She started her career as a singer in the local Adelaide acid jazz band Crisp in the mid-1990s. In 1997, when Crisp disbanded, she released her debut studio album titled OnlySee in Australia. She then moved to London, England, and provided lead vocals for the British duo Zero 7.

In 2000, Sia signed to Sony Music‘s sub-label Dance Pool and released her second studio album, Healing Is Difficult, the following year. Displeased with the promotion of the record, she signed to Go! Beat and released her third studio album, Colour the Small One, in 2004. The project struggled to connect with a mainstream audience, and so Sia relocated to New York City in 2005 and began touring across the United States. She released her fourth and fifth studio releases, Some People Have Real Problems and We Are Born, in 2008 and 2010, respectively. 

Following the disbandment of Crisp in 1997, Sia decided to move to London to follow her relationship with boyfriend Dan Pontifex. Several weeks later, while on a stopover in Thailand, she received the news that Pontifex had died after being in a car accident in London. She returned to Australia, but soon she received a call from one of Pontifex’s former housemates, who invited her to stay in London. Her 2001 album Healing Is Difficult lyrically deals with Pontifex’s death: “I was pretty fucked up after Dan died. I couldn’t really feel anything. I could intellectualise a lot of stuff; that I had a purpose, that I was loved, but I couldn’t actually feel anything.” Sia recalled the effect of his death in a 2007 interview for The Sunday Times: “We were all devastated, so we got shit-faced on drugs and Special Brew. Unfortunately, that bender lasted six years for me.”

In 2008, Sia discussed her sexual orientation in interviews and announced her relationship with JD Samson; they broke up in 2011. When asked about her sexuality in 2009, she said, “I’ve always dated boys and girls and anything in between. I don’t care what gender you are, it’s about people. … I’ve always been… well, flexible is the word I would use.”

Sia has suffered from depression, addictions to painkillers and alcohol, and had contemplated suicide, going as far as to write a suicide note. In 2010, Sia’s official website announced that all scheduled promotional events and shows had been cancelled due to her poor health.[131] She cited extreme lethargy and panic attacks and considered retiring permanently from performing and touring. According to her Twitter account, she was diagnosed with Graves’ disease – an autoimmune disorder characterized by an over-active thyroid. Later that year, in an ARIA Awards interview, Sia said her health was improving after rest and thyroid hormone replacement therapy.

Sia married documentary filmmaker Erik Anders Lang at her home in Palm Springs, California, in August 2014. The couple announced their separation in December 2016. During a 2014 appearance on The Howard Stern Show, Sia was asked if she was religious, to which she responded, “I believe in a higher power and it’s called ‘Whatever Dude’ and he’s a queer, surfing Santa that’s a bit like my grandpa, so yes.” In the same interview, she stated that she is a feminist and that Whatever Dude divinely inspired the lyrics she wrote for Rihanna‘s song Diamonds One of Sia’s tattoos, on her hand, reads “Whatever Dude”.

Sia is a cousin of Australian Christian rock  musician Peter Furler

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Some of Sia’s album covers
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The Trilogy



Screenshots from vid below which i have lightened so they are clearer. We have the Masonic black & white floor {duality} red/blood on her arm, & the  white rabbit on her leg {Alice in Wonderland} Gender agenda, 666 handsigns, ritual on a bed / alter, devil horns, bird cage, etc etc. The whole thing is just riddled with satanic symbolism. & don’t think i didn’t notice the ROYALS!!




Sia’s video trilogy, “Chandelier”, Elastic Heart”, and “Big Girls Cry”, all feature the young dancer Maddie Ziegler performing elaborate choreography. A deeper look at the symbolism in these videos reveals the disturbing story of a young girl’s abuse inside the elite’s system of mind control.

While she only obtained mainstream success in 2014, Sia has been hard at work in the music industry for years. In addition to her own six studio albums, Sia has written hit songs for the world’s biggest pop stars including Beyonce, Rihanna, Britney Spears and Rita Ora. If you’re a reader of Vigilant Citizen, you already know that ALL of these artists have been mentioned on this site because they have all been used to push the elite’s Agenda at some point or another in their careers. Sia is, therefore, not a stranger to the higher ups of the music industry and the messages it wants to perpetuate.

The imagery associated with Sia’s sixth album 1000 Forms of Fear is right in line with the elite’s ongoing Agenda, which includes the sexualization of children, the normalization of ritual abuse, and the promotion of mind control. While these are strong words to describe videos of a young girl dancing while wearing a wig, the plethora of symbols surrounding the video trilogy strongly points in that direction.

The album cover features the blond wig worn by Sia and Maddie Ziegler.
This blond wig represents the concept of alter persona. The creation of alter personas is the main goal of Monarch mind control (if you don’t know what I am referring to, read this article first) and, coincidentally, products of Beta Kitten programming are often made to wear blond wigs. In the videos, this wig is worn by Maddie Ziegler, who is a typical child star raised by a twisted industry.

Maddie Ziegler

Maddie Ziegler began dancing at the age of 2 and, at age 8, appeared on Dance Moms, a “reality TV” show that I will never watch because it would probably cause me severe nausea and intense chest pain. I have come across a few screenshots from the show and … they gave me severe nausea and intense chest pain. The show is one is yet another excuse to dress young girls in slutty outfits and putting them on TV.

This is Maddie Ziegler’s younger sister in Dance Moms. Call me old fashioned, but girls her age should be playing in a sand pit or something. Instead she is dressed in skirts and jewelry, wears makeup, and dances on national TV.
Ziegler has also appeared in a few Disney TV shows (the ultimate launch pad of screw up child stars). Today, at age 12, things are getting out of hand.

Ziegler, age 12, looking adult-like with high heels, in the summer issue of Kode magazine.

Ziegler (age 12) wearing makeup, a short skirt and heels while showing off her legs.
Maddie Ziegler is yet another example of a child star who grew up in an industry ruled by sick people who prey on the innocence of children. Sia’s videos symbolically describes the dark side of this entire system. Let’s look at the videos.


If one listens to Chandelier without watching the video, it appears to be about about a girl who parties and gets drunk in order to keep sadness and desperation at bay.

Party girls don’t get hurt
Can’t feel anything, when will I learn
I push it down, push it down

I’m the one “for a good time call”
Phone’s blowin’ up, they’re ringin’ my doorbell
I feel the love, feel the love

1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 drink
1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 drink
1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 drink

Throw ’em back, till I lose count

Some parts of the lyrics indicate that the “one for a good time call” might actually be in the “pleasure for men” industry. She “parties” (works) all night, but she actually feels miserable. She gets wasted to become blind to the truth and numb from the pain.

But I’m holding on for dear life, won’t look down won’t open my eyes
Keep my glass full until morning light, ’cause I’m just holding on for tonight
Help me, I’m holding on for dear life, won’t look down won’t open my eyes
Keep my glass full until morning light, ’cause I’m just holding on for tonight
On for tonight

However, at the end of the night, the sun sheds light on the harshness of her reality.

Sun is up, I’m a mess
Gotta get out now, gotta run from this
Here comes the shame, here comes the shame

While the song might have heavy implications that can be interpreted in several ways, the video adds an even more disturbing dimension by featuring a 12-year-old girl in a skin-colored spandex suit dancing ecstatically to it. The video plunges the song into the dark word of mind control, where abandoned children deal with trauma, abuse, and multiple personalities.

The cover of Chandelier features two lifeless, mannequin-like girls, lying face down and wearing the same wig – which implies split personality. The one on top wears a dualistic black and white pattern (used in the programming of MK slaves) while the other one wears the kind of outfit that a Beta kitten would wear when she’s “on for tonight”.
The video features Maddie Ziegler dancing inside a grimy and abandoned apartment with strange drawings (apparently drawn by her) hanging on the wall.

Maddie dances around a dirty room with a disgusting mattress (she must probably sleep on). Above that mattress are the type of drawings an MK slave would create. One of them is a face with four eyes – which represents a split personality.

Flashing one eye – indicating that this is about the MK system.
The video ends with a shot of Maddie standing in the doorway while the image blurs, making it appear as if she is wearing nothing (I won’t even post a screenshot of this). This probably pleased child lovers watching the video. Elastic Heart goes even further.

Elastic Heart

Featuring a near-naked Shia Labeouf wrestling with Maddie Ziegler inside a cage, the Elastic Heart video sparked some mass media controversy due to its pedophile undetones. This even prompted Sia to apologize on Twitter.

It is interesting that Sia “anticipated” the “cries”, but went with it anyways. This is not the kind of subject to take lightly, especially considering the fact that countless people have been traumatized by it.

It is also interesting that Sia felt that Shia Labeouf was the only dancer who play that role in her video. As I stated my article What is Happening to Shia Labeouf, Shia has been involved, in several ways, in the disturbing world of MK, including growing up as Disney child star. Recently, he was the star of the video Fjögur Píanó, which was clearly about Monarch programming (see my article about it here) and over the past years he has displayed the kind of erratic behavior that is typical of MK slaves. In an interview with Interview Magazine, Shia described the difficult relationship with his father by using terms that can also be applied to mind control handlers.

He’s the marionette puppeteer. My dad is the key to most of my base emotions. My greatest and my worst memories are with my father, all my major trauma and major celebration came from him. It’s a negative gift. (…) But we’ve got something going on between us that’s really valuable to me right now, more valuable to me than having a father. And I financially support his whole lifestyle. I pay him to be my marionette puppeteer.
– Interview Magazine, “Shia LaBeouf”

So, yes, I suppose Shia is the right person to play a role in a trilogy that revolves around mind control. Is Shia playing the role of his own manipulative father in the video? Is he a predatory abuser? Do the dancers represent warring states in Sia’s head? Maybe all of the above.

The video begins with Shia and Maddie facing each other inside a giant cage. They are both trapped and are both, symbolically, MK slaves.

Shia gets weirdly intimate with Maddie. the fact that he’s not wearing any clothes doesn’t help.
Maddie reacts to the “advances” (for lack of a better word) by acting like an animal, biting Shia’s hand and roaring at him, as if she knew what was coming. However, Maddie warms up to Shia and gets close to him. Sometimes children don’t know the boundary between love and abuse.

The video ends with Maddie being able to escape the cage while Shia is too big to follow her.
This video featuring two lost souls in a strange setting with disturbing undertones ends sadly.

While it is difficult to exactly pinpoint what went on in Elastic Heart, the Big Girls Cry video is obvious … for those “in the know”.

Big Girls Cry

While the song is about “big girls” being heartbroken, the video features a little girl for three and a half minutes. During that time, the girl, played again by Maggie Ziegler, performs all kinds of facial expressions that end up telling a story. And, she does indeed mimic the abuse and trauma suffered by an MK slave. When one understands what this is truly about, the video is actually quite clear, even blatant.

Maddie sucks her thumb, a gesture alluding to the innocence and helplessness of children.

She then appears to smears lipstick all over her mouth and face – which represent the early sexualization of this innocent child.

On her hand is written “Don’t Think” which is the kind of motto MK handlers brainwash slaves with.

Both eyes forcibly held open, maybe to force her to watch something traumatizing – not unlike that iconic scene in Clockwork Orange.

The one-eye sign confirming that it is all about Illuminati mind control.

Forced to ingest something … God knows what.

Maddie holds her ears, screams and shakes as if she is being electroshocked – a common trauma-inducing torture in MK.

She then spins around with a confused look on her face. The trauma of electroshock causes dissociation and the feeling of spinning and floating on air.

Then the hands of an unseen person (the HANDler, perhaps?) strangles Maddie.

Her facial expressions are controlled by the handler. Forced to silence. Hanged by the neck as a form of torture.
The video ends with the final product of the traumatizing and dehumanizing process of mind control.

The end result of this abuse : A young person that is broken, bewildered and dissociated from reality.

In Conclusion

Sia’s video trilogy tells a story that is dark and disturbing. It will however remain a mystery to most viewers because most of them say “Wow, that’s so creative and artistic” without truly understanding what it is about. The videos all star Maddie Ziegler, a child performer that is sadly becoming another face of the mass media’s obsession with child exploitation.

Each video in the trilogy describes a different aspect of mind control, creating a disturbing narrative. Chandelier depicts a child that was visibly abandoned in a disgusting place, surrounded with images alluding her alter persona; Elastic Heart portrays a conflictual relationship with some kind of father figure with an underlying theme of child abuse and Big Girls Cry sums up the process of mind control using hand gestures and expressive faces.

While this imagery is absorbed by the viewers, powerful music plays in the background, causing an emotional connection with what is happening. In the end, the videos serve the ultimate purpose of the elite’s entertainment industry: To normalize their sick obsessions (child abuse, exploitation and mind control) and to make them part of popular culture. While the masses dance to songs they don’t truly understand, the true victims of the system are still ignored by the public as they are locked into a powerful system and subjected to …1,000 forms of fear.




Sia is making a film starring Maddie Ziegler

The script is based on a short story the singer wrote eight years ago

Tuesday 08 September 2015

Sia is to write and direct her own film starring Maddie Ziegler, the child dancer from her“Chandelier”, “Elastic Heart” and “Big Girls Cry” videos.
The film, titled Sister, is based on a short story Sia wrote eight years ago, and has been developed with the help of children’s author Dalles Clayton.
The elusive singer revealed the news at the Venice Film Festival while speaking through her trademark blonde wig.

She said she was initially embarrassed to tell anyone she wanted to make a film for fear it would be seen as a vanity project, but began to have more confidence in the project after directing “Chandelier”.

The Australian singer said the screen writing process was similar to song writing.
“For me, the process was basically, I work out the movie. I’ll act it out, I’ll have the dialogue in my head…i can’t be bothered to learn Final Draft. I’m not a technical person. Like, when I sing, I just want to sing the melody and write the lyrics. I don’t want to have to do production, which is very technical, I don’t enjoy that,” The Hollywood Reporter quotes her as saying.
Sia made her directional debut with last year’s “Chandelier” alongside Australian filmmaker Daniel Askill. She has also co-directed the “Big Girls Cry” and “Elastic Heart” videos.

The singer’s decision to use Maddie Ziegler in her work has been criticised by some, claiming the 12-year-old dancer is portrayed in a sexualised way in Sia’s videos.
In January, Sia was forced to apologise for her “Elastic Heart” video featuring Ziegler and Shia LaBeouf after some viewers complained the video brought back unwanted memories of abuse.

“I anticipated some ‘pedophilia!!!’ cries for this video. All I can say is Maddie and Shia are two of the only actors I felt could play these two warring ‘Sia’ self states,” she wrote on Twitter.
“I apologize to those who feel triggered by ‘Elastic Heart’. My intention was to create some emotional content, not to upset anybody.”

Sia also wrote

Co wrote / Collaborated




  1. You know, its not subtle what they (the abusers) are doing. trauma based mind control really eclipses any and all other abuses. the very fact they can abuse very young children without any hesitation or remorse, shows how worthless they really are. Programming often begins in the womb and forever after. Not all can even handle the full load of abuse. It takes a special resilience of mind that programmers can test for. This is why I devote a lot of attention to this subject. Its victims can not defend themselves. they are too young when it began and their parents are the biggest abusers. Humanity is in a very bad place right now. The shining lights are only a very small few. Many who pretend to care and carry on for this problem, do not take the time to really get to know it well enough. I am in no way pointing any fingers here, but in other places. For me, my heart and concern are for 2 children who reveled so much about everything that had been kept secret for so long, like importing babies from all over the world to the UK for sacrifices and children for trafficking (revealed by other victims. When I ran into all this in Feb 2015, I had never heard anything like that before. In 2015! I saw it as providential. I still can see no other explanation. It was an announcement to the world. Mind Control has received much attention before that, but babies being harvested for sacrifice from all over the world?

    Truly, the world belongs to Satan now. real or not. the violence in his name is very real. Shout out to Wildcat for her never ceasing efforts in this regard. I know that persistence is the real measure of how much someone cares. And thoroughness, too. I got some very interesting stuff on Elizabeth Smart coming up and in the works. You aint heard nothin yet. The story that has yet to be told, but is going to get told. And in a way, James Paul McCartney’s photo work I did, helped prep me. But a lot of other things also played big parts. Wish I had a time for completion but its been real busy lately. And I have yet to add some of Wildcat’s stuff on Paul Mac. Time! I wish I had more of it.

    You’re too cool, baby! Keep on launching the missiles. Love the fireworks!

  2. God, what an eye-full! Terrible to think, imagine what really happens with a child’s psyche while being MK-Ultra’d. It also explains a lot of the inexplicable rage we feel in later life, the uncalled for fears, stress and anxieties …

  3. Yes, I feel uncomfortable just with the descriptions of the videos, and luckily I was not a victim of pedophilia or sex abuse. Sometimes I really have to wonder about those in the entertainment industry, especially when these beauty pageants for kids led to an actual series on American TV. And then we see what has come out of the Duggar family show. Sadly, when you have 19 kids, it’s almost to be expected that at least one child will have some sort of psychological problem. I feel bad for his sisters who he molested. Sometimes I believe these programmers have a spot-on target for vulnerable people and their dysfunctional families.

    1. These programmers have a thing for kids whose parents are influential in some way or another, even if those parents are influential in the ranks of the programmers themselves, such as Freemasons, Illuminati, etc. who may just know more secrets than the programmers. Suck kids are extra-programmed for all kinds of causes; programmed in such a way that some of the layers only kick in when the victims are oldish. I am busy with an expose about that but it takes time.

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