Bizarre Satanic Tapestry Displayed at WEF Davos Summit

What's with the globalists and creepy works of art?

A curious and disturbing work of “art” has gone viral in the wake of the globalists’ recent annual Davos summit in Switzerland.

It began when journalist Larry Alex Taunton went undercover to the annual globalist confab and infiltrated a conference room full of elites talking about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

During their discussion, Taunton’s camera caught sight of the work of art, known as the Walthamstow Tapestry, hanging on the wall next to them.

Former UK Prime Minister Theresa May was pictured posing in front of the tapestry after the discussion.

The Walthamstow Tapestry is a large mural created in 2009 by cross-dressing contemporary artist Grayson Perry.

The mural depicts in the style of cave paintings and hieroglyphs the life journey of a man from birth until death, replete with a number of personified corporations he encounters along the way.

The tapestry begins with the birth of a baby along a river of blood that eventually flows into the waiting mouth of the Devil, ending in the death of an old man.

“I’ve always been interested in the pilgrimage, in the journey and the idea of the journey through life,” he said in 2012 at the Victoria Miro gallery in London. “And then I thought about, is this the kind of shopping trip of life? The kind of glossy, sort of meaningless trek from one department store to another that is modern Western consumerism.”

The tapestry gained a lot of attention on social media.

These bleak and death-themed works of art are just the kind these elites love to surround themselves with.