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“Just Let It In…?”

“The Force… It’s calling to you. Just let it in…”

When I heard the last two lines of the new Star Wars trailer, I just thought, “Wow… It’s all coming together.”

And yes, I will admit that to write this post, it takes a considerable amount of effort to squelch my inner fan boy, and not gush over how cool the new movie actually looks, or how bad a** it is to see Harrison Ford resuming the mantle of Han Solo, or how basically just watching that trailer was itself more satisfying than any of the prequels in their entirety… (oops, okay, no FURTHER gushing, beyond that.)

But in all seriousness, from what small plot points can be gleaned from the trailers, it really does seem to me that the message of Mysticism inherent in the entire SW franchise is really taking center stage in this final trilogy.

From what I can surmise, it appears as though our beloved “galaxy far, far away” is once again being threatened by totalitarian forces with Empirical aspirations, led once again by some black-clad Sith lord, wearing a mask, with a scary voice…(not exactly what you’d call originality there, but hey) It seems that one of the main characters is a stormtrooper (redesigned for the umpteenth time) who apparently abandons his post and joins up with what looks like the same 70’s-color-schemed (yay!) Rebel forces.

Then, good ol’ Han is explaining to the young Rebels that, “It’s true. All of it… The Dark Side. The Jedi. They’re real…”

Sounds like the GFFA has mostly forgotten about the magic and mystery of the Force-wielding Jedi, and in this movie, we get to watch them rediscover it. (Okay, I realize that this isn’t some genius-level investigation on my part, since the title of the movie IS “the Force Awakens”, after all…)

But all you need to do to get the case in point here, is apply this to our time, our own galaxy. It is all, of course, propaganda of the purest sort, playing upon the nostalgia of Gen-xers like myself, and the now Star-Wars-saturated-generation of my children as well.

Carl Teichrib refers to this phenomena as the “Era of Re-enchantment”, the amazing fact that indeed today we are observing our popular culture continue to veer away from the meaninglessness of Post-Modernism, (which itself was a reaction against the raw materialistic void of Modernism…) and is now in the middle of coming full circle, returning BACK to the mysticism and paganism of bygone centuries, mixed in with our modern technology of course.

And this is precisely what Star Wars always has, and continues to, embody 100%. Ancient mysticism, set in a high-tech world. It is about synthesizing what for a long time was perceived to be two fairly non-symbiotic elements, bridging that gap that had for a long time held strong in the realm of fiction, between pure “Science Fiction” with it’s robots and warp drives and aliens, and “Fantasy” with it’s magical wizards and powerful swords and endless connotations towards ancient Mythology.

So, sigh… As much as the inner 7-year-old in me just wants to revel in the rebooted Wookie howls, and light saber clashes, and the goose bumps I actually did get when in the new trailer, the orchestra started to play “bum buuum, buuum, bum ba buuuum, buuuuuuum….”, I have to steel myself, and step back, and remember the very LYING message that is still being trumpeted here, and probably more so than ever before.

Yes, “the Force IS calling to us”, more and more all the time. That “Force”, however, is not the power that comes through the Holy Spirit. It is not the Force which can raise the Dead, or heal the sick, or set men free from the bondage of their own sin. It is a lying Force. It is the same power once wielded by the magicians of Pharaoh’s court, and the girl in the Book of Acts who told fortunes, before the demons in her were cast out…

It is the “Force” which I really do believe the Devil is trying to entice the entire world into desiring, as a part of the final Great Deception, which somehow will all be tied into the Mark of the Beast system and the coming One World Religion and everything else. Ancient Occult magic meets modern technology indeed…

It is only going to keep “calling to us”, more and more and time progresses, but friends, we most certainly, unequivocally, do NOT want to “just let it in”…

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Wandering Stars: Spheres of Deception…

This video is one I just made as a reflection on the Planets from a Biblical Flat Earth perspective…

Additional info on the angels being stars, Book of Enoch, etc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfev-ivn320

G is for Gravity? Ruminations on the “Generative Principle” in Evolution…

Virtually anyone who has spent any time at all looking into the secret societies behind the panorama of conspiratorial activity within this country and around the world, has undoubtedly become familiar with Freemasonry, and in turn, with the infamous “G” so often incorporated into the square and compass logo.
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Cursory explanations delve into the notion of the Freemasonic “god”, or “Grand Architect”, (who they ultimately point to as being Lucifer, of course), while the G is also said to represent the so-called “Generative Principle”, as explained here:

“It conceives of the divine nature as residing in man, and that it is especially active and expressive in the sexual passion; and that the gratification of this passion is pleasing to the deity and is the duty of the Mason. It aims to make passion, therefore, sacred by making its gratification a moral and religious duty. On its theological side, Freemasonry is a sort of Pantheism, the deity being the generative principle, the reproductive power which pervades all animated nature. And as this power inheres in man, it is viewed as “incarnate in humanity in toto,” thus establishing man’s union and unity with the divine nature.” (excerpt from this exposition on the meanings of Masonry)

Now, so far all this is fairly old news. But what has been really persistent in my inquiries towards the possibility of true enclosed, Flat Earth, (and the subsequent realization that heliocentricism is itself a component of the broader Evolutionary lie) is that the more I think about it all, the more it very much seems to me that perhaps this whole “NASA paradigm”, if we can call it that, in many ways has served to essentially indoctrinate the masses not just with lies, but lies that are actually materialistic, “scientistic” versions of ancient Occultic, Luciferian doctrines.

sts121-masonicAnd the subject of Freemasonry is itself a perfect example of helping us comprehend this, because we can look at the layers/levels/”degrees” of Masonry itself, and recognize how the lower, entry-level degrees are indeed quite oblivious to the hardened Satanic belief system propelling the entire thing. At the lower levels, they sincerely do just believe they are part of some kind of altruistic charitable Fraternity, and yet at the same time in those stages they are being presented with shallow, “hollowed out” explanations of the symbolism and rituals, which if they continue to “progress” in the Brotherhood they will become privy to the “deeper” meanings, etc.

Now, if we can fairly easily recognize Darwinian Evolution to be a repackaged Luciferian doctrine, masked in the guise of humanistic science, then when pondering the false cosmology of Copernicanism, I now have to say that the “theory of Gravity” does also seem to actually be another one of these ancient mystical concepts that has been repackaged and re-introduced to the masses as “scientific fact”.

Universe_expansion2After all, “Gravity” is not merely taught to be the pulling force produced by humongous collections of mass, such as stars/planets/moons etc., but it is also the very force which is alleged to have pulled all these celestial bodies together in the first place! According to the Big Bang, from the original “Singularity” sprang forth all the physical matter that is now still constantly being flung outward in every direction in an ever-expanding universe. But, that matter from the singularity then had to begin forming all the “elementary particles”, as described in such insanely convoluted manners as the following:

“In the most common models the universe was filled homogeneously and isotropically with a very high energy density and huge temperatures and pressures and was very rapidly expanding and cooling. Approximately 10−37 seconds into the expansion, a phase transition caused a cosmic inflation, during which the universe grew exponentially. After inflation stopped, the universe consisted of a quark–gluon plasma, as well as all other elementary particles. Temperatures were so high that the random motions of particles were at relativistic speeds, and particle–antiparticle pairs of all kinds were being continuously created and destroyed in collisions. At some point an unknown reaction called baryogenesis violated the conservation of baryon number, leading to a very small excess of quarks and leptons over antiquarks and antileptons—of the order of one part in 30 million. This resulted in the predominance of matter over antimatter in the present universe.”

hqdefaultOf course, this is pure nonsense, but throw in enough impressive-sounding words, and you can make it appear quite scientific indeed. First the “elementary particles” somehow are formed in all the heat, from an explosion which occurs for who-knows-what reason. Then those particles somehow form into atoms, then the atoms into the various periodic elements, and then the elements into molecules, and so on, and so forth…

1979-moon-masonic-medallion nasa-mason-signsEvolution is without question a mystical belief system at it’s core (which I have written about before), and so now in the context of Flat Earth research and the knowledge that NASA is basically a Freemasonic institution, it’s interesting, don’t you think, to ponder that ol’ “G” in the middle of the square/compass, in light of how Evolution and “Gravity” are more or less watered-down, “materialized” versions of what are really mystical, occult precepts.

This whole idea is one that I am actually exploring on a number of fronts here, as I do also suspect that the entire subject of the “planets” is again, another example of this same thing, but that will probably have to wait until another post. I do think I’m barely scratching the surface here, if indeed there is anything to these kinds of observations at all, and so I think it will be interesting to see what all might come out of it over time. If we have that much time left for such secondary speculations, I suppose…

New Video: “The Cult of Pythagoras”…

In this video I explore how both Darwinian Evolution, and the Copernican heliocentric model, originated not from the application of the modern scientific method but instead from the ancient Mystery School traditions and pagan mysticism, specifically as evidenced through the figure of Pythagoras himself. In essence, heliocentric cosmology is an ancient satanic counterfeit to the true, Biblical, flat/enclosed Earth (just as Evolution is a Satanic counterfeit to God’s act of Creation…)

This made from the content of my previous post “Evolution needs Revolution”

Evolution needs Revolution: The Dual Gnostic Myths of Darwinism and Copernicanism…

The theme which unites ancient Sumeria to Darwinian scientific humanism, Big Bang assumptions, Luciferian Theosophy, liberal theology, occult New Age mysticism and all other anti-Christian but specifically anti-creation ex nihilo movements is the myth of evolution.

The myth of evolution stretches back to antiquity where it is closely connected to the idea that man is a being who though presently limited in time and space is nevertheless capable of achieving a great leap of being and evolving into a much more powerful god-like being in the future. Thus in the Epic of Gilgamesh, an epic poem from Babylonia (ancient Sumeria) Gilgamesh describes himself as two-parts god and one-part man as the result of the evolution of his being.

3a54094be9599215bba5f6e6266364e4Long before Darwin, Greek nature philosophers (600–100BC) were teaching primitive evolutionary conceptions, abiogenesis, natural selection, transmigration, reincarnation and vast ages together with many other modern assumptions. The fragments of Anaximander (c. 610–546 BC) show that he taught that ‘humans originally resembled another type of animal, namely fish’ while Democritus (c.460–370BC) taught that primitive people began to speak with ‘confused’ and ‘unintelligible’ sounds but ‘gradually they articulated words.’

The Greek Atomist Epicurus (341–270BC), the father of contemporary materialism and many of its’ modern assumptions, taught that there was no need of a God or gods, for the Universe came about by a chance movement of atoms. (Evolution: An Ancient Pagan Idea, Paul James Griffith, creation.com)

Darwinism affirms the claim made by Epicurus that living beings created themselves, making Darwinism a modern Gnostic myth, said Dr. Wolfgang Smith, physicist and mathematics professor at Oregon State University:

“…As a scientific theory, Darwinism would have been jettisoned long ago. The point, however, is that the doctrine of evolution has swept the world, not on the strength of its scientific merits, but precisely in its capacity as a Gnostic myth. It affirms, in effect, that living things created themselves, which is in essence a metaphysical claim….Thus…evolutionism is a metaphysical doctrine decked out in scientific garb….it is a scientistic myth. And the myth is Gnostic, because it implicitly denies the transcendent origin of being; for indeed, only after the living creature has been speculatively reduced to an aggregate of particles does Darwinist transformism become conceivable. Darwinism, therefore, continues the ancient Gnostic practice of deprecating ‘God the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth.’ It perpetuates…the venerable Gnostic tradition of ‘Jehovah bashing.'” (From Old Gnosticism to New Age I, Alan Morrison, SCP Journal Vol. 28:4-29:1, 2005, pp. 30-31)

darwingnosticismWith respect to long ages, Plato and many other Greek philosophers taught that the present Universe came about millions of years ago. Writing in the fourth century AD, Lactantius said:

“Plato and many others of the philosophers, since they were ignorant of the origin of all things, and of that primal period at which the world was made, said that many thousands of ages had passed since this beautiful arrangement of the world was completed … .“ (ibid)

After the Greeks, the Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder (AD23–79) said we are so subject to chance,

“….that Chance herself takes the place of God; she proves that God is uncertain.” (ibid)

Greek and Roman philosophers received these ideas from ancient Sumerians (Babylonians), Egyptians and Hindus, whose nature philosophies extended back centuries before Greek and Roman civilization. For example, one Hindu belief was that Brahman (the Void or Universe) spontaneously generated itself (the modern theory of abiogenesis) as something like a seed or singularity about 4.3 billion years ago and then evolved under its’ own power by which it expanded and formed all that exists:

“These Hindus believed in an eternal Universe that had cycles of rebirth, destruction and dormancy, known as ‘kalpas’, rather like oscilla­ting big bang theories. We also read in the Hindu Bhagavad Gita that the god Krishna says, ‘I am the source from which all creatures evolve.”
(ibid, Griffith)

In India the doctrine of evolution/reincarnation/karma was thoroughly established from ancient times. It was expounded first in the Upanishads (c. 1000 BC – AD 4), the philosophical-mystic texts held to be the essence of the Vedas.

The idea that the soul reincarnates is intricately linked to karma, the idea that jiva-atmas (souls) pass from one plane of existence to another and carry with them samskaras (impressions) from former states of being. These karmic impressions on the soul are taken to the next life and result in a causally-determined state of being. In some schools of Hinduism liberation from the cycle of death and rebirth (samsara), is considered the ultimate goal of earthly existence. This is known as Moksha in Hinduism or nirvana in Buddhism. Other traditions assert that liberation from samsara is merely the beginning of real spiritual life and beyond nirvana, activities continue, but are no longer of a worldly nature. Both sides agree on the phenomenon of evolution/reincarnation.

In its modern version Darwinian evolution describes the progress (or transmigration) of energy as it emerged out of spontaneously generated matter (chemicals) and its successive incarnations within the bodies of different kinds of nonlife-bearing and life-bearing beings over the course of millions and billions of years. Its counterpart, spiritual evolution, bespeaks the progress of spirit or divine spark as it reincarnates within the bodies of different beings over the course of millions and billions of years. In the words of Emergent Church leader Rob Bell, evolution is energy,

“…. a spark, an electricity that everything is plugged into. The Greeks called it zoe, the mystics call it ‘Spirit,’ and Obi-Wan called it ‘the Force’…..This energy, spark, and electricity that pulses through all of creation sustains it, fuels it, and keeps it growing. Growing, evolving, reproducing…” (Love Wins, pp. 144-145)

For Mystery Religion initiates and adepts evolution spiritually transforms man into superman:

“….the evolution of man into superman — was always the purpose of the ancient Mysteries, and the real purpose of modern Masonry is not the social and charitable purposes to which so much attention is paid, but the expediting of the spiritual evolution of those who aspire to perfect their own nature and transform it into a more god-like quality. And this is a definite science, a royal art, which it is possible for each of us to put into practice…” (The Meaning of Masonry, W.L. Wilmhurst, p. 47)

Evolution is an animated energy, serpent power or force which may or may not be divine depending on whether it is of the ‘secular’ Darwinian school of thought or of its’ spiritually pantheist counterpart. In either case, this energy usually emanates from an impersonal substance which from antiquity has been known variously as the Void, Chaos, Ground of Being, and Brahman for example. (all of the above borrowed from here.)

23c82e6f426c6d3ec7036b903b843349The Cult of Pythagoras…

Just as the Gnostic mythical concept of Evolution can be demonstrated to have originated LONG before Darwin, the mythological concept of helio-centric universe can also be shown to have arisen long before individuals such as Copernicus were credited with popularizing it.

The Gnostic origins of a non-stationary Earth take us back to the figures of Philolaus and Pythagoras. Most sources credit Philolaus as the one who came up with the model of the Earth, Sun, Moon all rotating around “central fire” in the universe, while others claim that Pythagoras held to this idea even before his student Philolaus. Either way, what is absolutely undeniable is the extremely Gnostic and esoteric footing on which both these men stood. To most of us average folks, Pythagoras is presented in school as the ancient Greek mathematician who gave us basic proofs such as the famous “Pythagorean theorem” regarding triangles (A squared plus B squared equals C squared).

To occult adepts however, Pythagoras is understood to be one of the most revered of ancient mystics and Mystery School teachers. Said to have been consecrated to the god Apollo even before his birth, Pythagoras was reared under the tutelage of teachers urlsuch as Thales and Anazimander at Miletus, but as a young man found himself unsatisfied by their seemingly disparate and contradictory forms of Gnosticism. He set out to find a more “synthesized” universal Truth, and allegedly traveled through most of the great civilizations at the time, visiting the priests of various Mystery Schools in places like Egypt, Babylon and Chaldea.

He basically combined all the Occult knowledge he could gather from the world at that time, and then eventually settled in Croton, Greece, where he started his own Mystery School, and developed a system of initiations and degrees, training through aestheticism, the majority of which was embedded within a complex code of numerical values and derivations. Thus, a vast amount of the concepts found in Occult Numerology and ‘Sacred Geometry’ which have filtered down through the centuries to our own time can be traced back to Pythagoras himself.

Freemason Albert Pike says in “Morals and Dogma”:

“Pythagoras refused the title of Sage, which means ‘One who knows’. He invented and applied to himself that of Philosopher, signifying one who is fond of or studies things secret or occult. The astronomy of which he was taught was astrology: his science of numbers was based on Kabalistic principles. Everything is veiled in numbers.

And truly, the further one might look into the beliefs and pursuits of individuals such as Pythagoras and Philolaus, the more it becomes plain that these were not simply individuals preoccupied with a rational and scientific analysis of the natural world, as our secular education system to often portrays them. Indeed, Pythagoras is revered by Plato and all the famous Greek Philosophers who came after him, and in that light we can understand just how pervasively Gnostic all of Greek “Philosophy” truly is, how it was seeded and guided not simply by the imaginations and musings of speculative men, but by the doctrines of Demons as they were passed down through Mystery tradition and ancient secret societies.

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Is it any wonder that occult brotherhoods such as the Freemasons have such a high regard for Pythagoras? Is it at all surprising to discover that his mathematical codes and numerological interpretations of the universe such as the “tetractys” are interwoven throughout Kabbalistic and Masonic symbolism?

And so from afar, when we step back and consider that neither Darwinian Evolution and Copernican Cosmology are not based on authentic scientific observation and experimentation, but rather on presupposed philosophical assumptions, it should also come as no real surprise that the ideological roots of both assumptions are practically the same. This only makes sense, really, because there is a rather obvious interdependence between the two. Darwinian Evolution really can’t even be conceived of outside of a massive, ever-expanding, self-creating Universe. A recognized geocentric cosmology would reveal the true absurdity of Evolution’s basic premises. At the same time, the limitless expanse of the Copernican Cosmos are offered as the last great challenge for humans to conquer in their Evolution as a species, and so, their is an undeniable symbiotic relationship between these two assumptive maxims which we are all inculcated with from the earliest age.

Both are designed to shape our perceptions of human origin, and human destiny alike. What is so interesting about looking at the example of Pythagoras, and the whole of ‘Greek Philosophy’ really, is that it could almost be said to be the first example of Esoteric/Occult knowledge being taken and formulated in such a way so that the “uninitiated” were still being given a version of the teaching on a level which was merely mechanical and non-spiritual. Greek Gnosticism is really where the ideological division between matter/spirit started, the false division between physical/ethereal, mechanical/mythical, scientific/religious… It’s actually a basic tenet OF Gnosticism, which pits the material against the spiritual, rejecting the Biblical concept of hell/hades and replacing it with the physical reality itself. So indeed, Gnosticism contains an Esoteric and exoteric exposition for everything, which has more or less been the template for all Occulted information ever since.

I believe this very much applies to our own time, where these Gnostic doctrines have been quite meticulously repackaged into forms which genuinely believe themselves to be wholly materialistic, empirical and scientific. So many adherents of Evolution today are staunchly materialistic in their worldview, completely oblivious to the fact that their beliefs stem from intensely religious and mythological beginnings. Currently we can see philosophies at the core of Evolutionary theory propelling the agendas of things like Transhumanism and the constant re-brandings of the New Age movement. The teachings of the Occult realm have always sought to pervert the Created order of the world, and obscure the true identity of it’s Creator. As Blavatsky said:

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It is from this sobering perspective that I am unable to sympathize with the notion that the Flat Earth debate is a “distraction”, a complaint I have now heard countless times from various individuals who seem convinced that there is nothing of substance to the sudden ignition of this online discussion, and view it all as some intentional diversion from the Enemy himself. I concede that indeed it could be a distraction, in the sense that anything can be turned into a distraction, if it becomes the sole focus, eclipsing the Gospel of Salvation itself. However, I would say that it could only be reduced to the inevitably of a distraction, if such investigations were indeed shown to be utterly and entirely unsubstantiated. If the Flat Earth claims are instead shown to have real merit however, then it would make about as much sense to dismiss it from the Christian standpoint as it would to casually ignore the debate surrounding the theory of Evolution. If Evolution is not “scientific fact”, but only a horrific, Satanic lie, being propagated since ancient times, and now in every official institution of our modern world, then the subject itself is not a “distraction”, because it is a lie from the pit of hell, intended to lead men and women away from their Creator. The question of the Earth, and the Cosmology of the universe as a whole, is no different, because it cannot hardly be separated from the other question. It is all, quite plainly, surrounding the question of origins, and destiny…

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Other resources:

http://patriotsandliberty.com/lindas-latest/2013/12/10/the-ancient-myth-of-evolution-sumeria-to-darwin-and-occult-new-age

http://www.newswithviews.com/guest_opinion/guest59.htm

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kimball/100924

http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/school%20of%20pythagoras.htm

My Video on the Flat Earth, the Book of Enoch, the Bible, Prophecy, etc…

So here is the video version of my previous post on The Book of Enoch, Truthers, and Questioning the Globe.

I think it came out okay for the most part, but I was admittedly having issues with the microphone for about the first third of the vid, so hopefully the crackles from that aren’t too distracting. It does get better as it goes along. Also, I apologize if the music is too distracting for some people as well. That tends to be the biggest complaint I’ve had about all my previous videos (“The move is too loud, I can’t hear the narration…”), so, yeah, if that’s the case, I would recommend listening with headphones instead of any laptop or phone speaker. I really do hate the sound of my own voice in the end, and I will be the first to declare that my narrating skills are pretty embarrassing, so, I guess having music in the background helps me feel less “naked” while doing, audio-wise. Anyhow, enjoy.

Happy Exploiting-Childhood-Nostalgia-In-Order-To-Teach-Gnostic-Philosophy Day…

Apparently today is international “Star Wars Day”…

The above items are all that remains of my once embarrassingly large collection of Star Wars memorabilia. Like many other “X-ers” whose elementary years took place in the 80’s, I was captured by the SW bug.

Then after being too cool for it in Junior High and High School, the nostalgic flame was rekindled within me in my college days when wandering through a kitschy shop I came a came across a life-size cardboard cutout of Boba Fett that I absolutely had to have. Before the remakes had come out, it still felt like a somewhat “retro” little thing, and I began to find myself slipping in VHS tapes of the trilogy in order to help me fall asleep at night, the hum of lightsabers and artoo’s beeps providing a surprisingly effective white noise of nostalgic soundscape.

But soon my fondness for stiff-appendaged action figures and wookie growls started to wane, as George Lucas began releasing his “re-mastered” versions of the first three films. Brighter explosions and deleted scenes with CGI Jabba weren’t all that impressive from my perspective, but they still could not have prepared me for the wake-up moment right around the corner known as “Episode I”…

Instead of experiencing anything remotely similar to the suped up 70’s space flashback I had been hoping for, I sat in my seat at the Cinerama feeling like I was watching something made for six-year-olds, which of course, I was. The “epic backstory” everyone awaited turned out to be nothing more than redesigned Stormtrooper outfits, and some bizarre bits about midi-chlorians and a virgin birth of the “prophesied one”.

The nostalgia was dead, and it didn’t matter how many new colors or combinations the lightsabers kept coming out in. The gritty, realistic feel of shooting on real film, with miniature models and intricate puppets was replaced with overly-saturated hues of green-screen backdrops and CGI characters that left you shaking your head at how Ewan McGregor had to overact so badly while talking to thin air on the set.

But anyhow, that’s not the point. The magnificent let-down of the prequels was in fact a blessing in disguise for me, because it served to finally cut the Lucasfilm cord in my dorky fan-boy heart, and enabled me to finally be able to step back and eventually comprehend how the whole ridiculous franchise was about so much more than just the most massive toy/cross-promotion scam in entertainment history. What Star Wars effectively did make the precepts of occultism and gnostic wizardry cool, and embedded them in a pop-culture language that could be absorbed by the masses…

This is hardly news to some people, but for many others is still something I don’t think is very well comprehended. To get into all the embedded symbolism and Luciferian allegory would be far beyond the scope of this post, but there are scores of researchers who have dedicated themselves to exploring these topics in great depth out there, so it’s certainly not a difficult thing to look into for oneself.

Lots of great symbolism to be found, and of course now with the new movies about to start coming out, speculations about what kinds of new subliminal content and memes could be coming next. For me, I think probably one of the most basic and fundamental elements which pertains to gnostic eschatology and the whole “New World Order vs. Truthers” paradigm, is the concept of the “dark anti-Christ” figure/empire being defeated by the “Light” hero/rebels. In the first video above you even see them equating the Sith Lords and the Empire with guys like George Dubbya and the NWO. I personally believe this is the exact intention.

“Only Sith Lords deal in absolutes”… Younger Obi-Wan says this to Anakin just before their duel over a river of lava in Episode III, and it serves as about as perfect a summation of the New Age gnostic belief system being propagated in these movies as you could find. The net takeaway? If you believe in “moral absolutes”, you are actually following the “dark side”, the side of religious intolerance and Imperialistic war-mongering oppressors like the Bushes and Rockefellers and Clintons etc. Unless you have a more “evolved” consciousness, then you are a slave to the “Sith lords”.

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This type of dark/light conflation is at the heart of the Great Deception which will compel the world to embrace the “Man of Lawlessness”, as a perceived liberator, rather than some dictator. I too find it quite amazing that the name of the next Star Wars film is “The Force Awakens”, since a “grand awakening” or a “consciousness shift” is in fact the very thing that so many people who have bought into this whole Zeitgeistesque, New Age, Gnostic “truth movement” are constantly claiming is what the world needs to experience in order to throw off the shackles of the “evil empire”, the New World Order. They long for the day when there will be a mass awakening into some kind of “new humanity”, but in reality it will be the very opposite of what they are hoping for…

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The Breaking Point…

What’s the matter with you guys? This was never about the money, this was about us against the system. That system that kills the human spirit. We stand for something. We are here to show those guys that are inching their way on the freeways in their metal coffins that the human sprit is still alive…” Bodhi – Point Break, 1991

Sometimes my little brain comes up with stuff that even makes me wonder… 😉

The other day I somehow wound up taking quite the random mental detour, and somehow coming out on the other side of it all suddenly marveling at how the low-brow Keanu/Swayze movie “Point Break” in fact possibly contained a very heavy gnostic message. Although, as time goes on, I’m realizing that such a thing isn’t much of a statement anymore, because honestly, it could almost be argued that virtually every film put out by Hollywood contains a gnostic message of one form or another, some being simply much more overt than others.

But with Point Break, I have to say is a film that I honestly have to admit never occurred to me as one having much in the way of “hidden messaging”, and now that we’re here in 2015 and awaiting a remake of the film this coming Christmas, 24 years after the original movie, (seriously? Are there ANY movies they aren’t going to decide to remake…?) it seems like a decent enough excuse to write down my musings here on some thematic elements in the original “classic” that I had never before considered.

It’s pretty straight-forward, really. The film follows the path of “Johnny Utah” (Reeves) as he goes from an “All-American”, football-playing, FBI agent, dedicated to busting bad guys and being a faithful servant of the “system”, to eventually leaving it all behind to embrace surfing as the medium through which is sought a more meaningful and spiritually-defined existence. The main force responsible for this sweeping change is the character “Bodhi” (Swayze) who of course is the leader of the ex-presidents and sort of the “spiritual leader” of both the original group, and becomes a sort of mentor to Utah, who at first is merely trying to infiltrate the gang by posing as a surfer. prezs

Okay, so some key thematic items to note. The “ex-presidents” motif is itself quite interesting, as I started to think about how on several levels it could be thought to represent both statements about the whole usury-centered banking system, and the fact that it is inseparable from the government as a whole, including the office of the president, so there is a very interesting play on the whole idea of presidentially-masked bank robbers, and how the system itself is made up of presidential leaders who are just puppets of the bankers, who are very much robbing everyone. It’s a very thought-provoking possible way of alluding to the central-banking cabal, if you think about it.

But then, the “ex-presidents” are also all about “fighting the system”. The quote at the top of this article is one that stuck out to me, even as a young person seeing it for the very first time. Through Bodhi we actually see a very familiar gnostic theme of “hero/anti-hero confusion”, where the traditional concepts of “good and evil” are turned upside-down and sideways, so that by the end of the story, it’s notPoint-Break-skydiving at all as “black and white” as the audience, or the main character, first believed…

We see this demonstrated by things such as how Bodhi is on the one hand a pretty dangerous, violent guy, who on the one hand robs banks and eventually kidnaps Johnny’s girlfriend who is almost murdered per Bodhi’s orders. But in the final scene of the film, Utah has Bodhi captured, tracking him down at Bell’s Beach Australia during the “50 year storm”, and finally manages to handcuff in the shallow beach break. Instead of bringing Bodhi in, he lets him go, to die in the massive waves, and then Johnny himself hurls his FBI badge into the ocean, signifying his complete rejection of the system and life he once believed in…pointbreak1

So from the standpoint of that scene in particular, I realized that it very much embodies the whole meme of the “spirituality-seeking Truther”. The New-Age-influenced activist against the “corrupt system” .

If surfing is seen as a metaphor for New Age spiritualism, then suddenly the movie takes on a very different feel than it’s surface-level, testosterone-heavy appearance.

The “Point Break”, or “breaking point”, is then seen to be about the point at which a person loses their confidence and faith in the values of the “system”, in the rampant consumerism, the nationalistic compliance, the status quo. Many “Truthers”, whether of a more New Age spiritual vein or otherwise, often speak about the “waking up point”, something that can be likened by many to the idea of “enlightenment”, which is of course the whole goal of New Age practice and beliefs. Not to mention, the name “Bodhi” itself is a very transparent allusion to the “Bodhi Tree” of Buddhism, which Buddha supposedly sat under when he gained enlightenment.

When Bodhi surrenders himself to the waves in one final suicidal ride, it could be seen as representative of the notion of monism, becoming “one with the whole”, a final transcendent action through which he chooses to become “one with nature”, instead of facing the prospect of standing before a Judge for his crimes. You’d be hard-pressed to come up with a more striking allegory for the philosophical choice being made when a person chooses the “freedom” promised by the idea of gnostic transcendence, as opposed to the archaic notion of a God who ultimately judges everypointbreakone from His Throne. Like almost every other instance where Gnosticism is embedded into entertainment, it is done in a manner than is cleverly twisted around to make it seem quite appealing, to where the viewer is meant to find themselves at the end willing to question the pre-supposed sense of morality they might have held at the beginning, to bring them, willingly, to their own inner point of “breaking away” from the perceived confines of oppressive and uncompassionate rules…

It will be interesting to see if the remake contains the same types of themes, (my guess is that it almost certainly will), though I don’t think I could even bring myself to watch it. What are they going to remake next? Goonies? E.T.?

THX: Sounds of Saturn…?

Screams coming from beyond “Saturn’s Gate”?  That was the thought which occurred to me as I was watching the video below…

The more I have watched videos from RSE, seeing him point out these same themes which show up in tv, movies, commercials etc., over and over and over again, the more I really do find myself starting to grasp this whole seemingly bizarre concept of Saturn-centric Luciferian eschatology. In the film Interstellar which I reviewed recently, it too contains the same connections between Saturn and a portal/wormhole. Not only is the first wormhole placed right next to Saturn, even the black hole on the other side of the galaxy, “Gargantua”, itself had a Saturn-shape to it, once again reflecting the same sorts of things that RSE is always talking about with Saturn being viewed by the Luciferians as both the mechanism of their own escape/rapture, and the gate through which the Fallen Ones will return to earth. It’s a two-way thing. I admit it has taken me a while to get to the point where I feel like I’m understanding how all these various symbologies work together and indeed all point to the same basic thing, the Luciferian “hope”, their version of Revelation, their anticipated “Resurrection”…

The oculus. The aperture. The gate. The cube. The eye. Again and again he shows these things working in conjunction with each other almost like symbolic talismans.

Something I found really interesting that he brings up in the video is some speculation regarding the possibility of “THX” being a way a different way of representing the “XIIX”, which is itself an alpha-numerical symbol for the “Saturn Gate” thing once again. Instantly I began to think of the movie itself “THX 1138”, which was a Coppola-funded remake of a student project Lucas did while in film school. My thoughts quickly recalled the scene at the end of the movie, where Robert Duvall’s character (his name being the number “THX 1138”) finally escapes from a drug-controlled, sexually-repressed dystopia controlled by robot policeman and an oppressive computerized messianic big-brother figure…

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It is definitely a rather bizarre coincidence, to think about “THX” being another rendering of XIIX, some kind of code for this idea of “escaping out” through some kind of portal/tunnel/oculus, and then remember that this is precisely how “THX” escapes the oppressiveness of a “dictatorial god” by climbing up through a shaft, a “portal”, into the sunshine. How perfectly Gnostic and Luciferian a depiction for sure.

But then, Lucas’s obsession with the letters THX continues on, findinggraffiti%20coupe%20111 it’s way onto the license plate of the yellow roadster in Lucas’s “American Graffiti”, and then finally of course as the name of the Lucasfilm branch-off company which was developed to assure sound quality during the making of Return of the Jedi.

Star Wars is itself a whole other subject in and of itself with what I believe is a whole host of Luciferian eschatological concepts, memes (a virgin-birthed “sorcerer” Jedi, whose bloodline contains a unique ability to connect with the “universal force”, but then because a type of temporary “false-antichrist” who then turns on the “evil Emperor” in order to finally return the galaxy back to a “golden age”…) but that’s probably best kept for another time!

Overall, I guess what I’m saying is that the more I listen to these things being pointed out, the more I find it making so much sense that behind all this symbolism of Saturn, the “cube”, the “Dark Star”, is BOTH this whole portal idea, a “shaft of light” going up and out, the “rapture for the Illumined” if you will, AND the concept of the pit, the Abyss, the box, the cube, the prison that they want to break open in order to unleash the Beings on the other side.

I find it pretty astonishing, overall, to think that not only does “Luciferian eschatology” very much exist, but in fact we’ve all been watching it, reading it, learning it, for most of our lives now, without even realizing it…
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