Saturday, November 19, 2016

The mad conductor of civil war

With the growing popularity of social media and the internet - never in recent recorded history has conscious information been transferred so quickly and within such a short period of time over such a wide area. And while the transfer of information can be very useful to some, it eludes the deeper scrutiny of others to their own detriment. As these onslaughts of stories, sounds, facts, and figures go flying by,they begin to take form and become the ever evolving "status quo." The status quo has become the invisible mental barrier we confine ourselves within in order to relate to one another on a day to day basis. Because we have decided we are comfortable with this status quo, we do not realize we have imprisoned ourselves within it. Therefore, we believe we are "free" here at the bottom of the great pyramid of reality. But there are those who are aware of this ignorance and are currently exploiting it to their own ends. They call themselves "illuminated" and they are represented by the "all seeing eye" at the top. One of their greatest tools of exploitation is the mass media. News, films, ads, and TV series. These are great tools because we do not tend to recognize them as tools at all, simply taking in the messages as if it is all innocent entertainment or we mistake mainstream "news" for truth. When in fact, there is quite a bit of mental programming going on.

In the 80s film "Angel Heart," Robert DeNiro (as Lucifer) asks Mickey Rourk's character the question: "You know what they say about snakes?" To which he answers himself thusly: "They leave slime in their trail." And so if we step back and identify the "slime trails" we can then get a glimpse of the mad conductor's movements. And within these movements, we find there is a story being told. A script being followed. Parameters being set. Sometimes in metaphor and sometimes literally in order to gradually, with increasing aggression, lull us, and encourage us further into the darkness of ignorance to some unknown destiny. This is why time feels to be speeding up for many people. There is a growing urgency to the mad conductor's plan. "For the devil has come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.”

We're seeing a huge amount of Super Hero characters being thrust into the mass media in the past few years, much to the joy of comic book fans young and old. As a casual fan of comic books myself, it is a visual treat to see that technology has finally caught up to the fantastic imagination of comic book writers. Never before since the advent of films have we been able to articulate such otherworldly imagery with convincing realism and such a visceral soundtrack. But some of the younger fans in particular may not be aware that many of these comic book characters were invented for war propaganda purposes, such as Captain America. In the above poster, obviously created during World War II - we see Super Hero and Football imagery depicted to encourage citizens to buy War Bonds, presumably to contribute funds to the US Military's fight against Adolph Hitler.

Here we have Superman being used in a similar way. This time the ad is aimed at fighting the Japanese who support Hitler. We all know how serious the conflict with Japan got, as it lead to the dropping of the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

The above images may very well come from a well intended place, but ultimately they reflect the will of the US Government and this will is being exerted over the people, via these posters, to persuade their minds and get them to take action. Another way to put this would be MIND CONTROL. With this in mind, one can imagine how a character like Iron Man might be useful for propaganda purposes. Here's what Stan Lee had to say about the creation of Iron Man:

"I think I gave myself a dare. It was the height of the Cold War. The readers, the young readers, if there was one thing they hated, it was war, it was the military....So I got a hero who represented that to the hundredth degree. He was a weapons manufacturer, he was providing weapons for the Army, he was rich, he was an industrialist....I thought it would be fun to take the kind of character that nobody would like, none of our readers would like, and shove him down their throats and make them like him....And he became very popular."

Although I am sure Stan Lee had no intention of trying to make WAR more popular among the youth, it is not very difficult to imagine how the above description can be used as a blueprint for doing exactly that. Brainwashing the youth into being excited about the military, excited about weapons, excited about violence, and excited about war. And are we not seeing this in countless video games and films today? This is no different than any other type of advertising. For it is known that people tend to BUY based off of emotion. Get people's emotions excited and they are ready to believe a product does what you say. Because they are so excited they WANT to believe it. Only here we are not selling a product, we are selling an idea. And at this point, that idea can be anything BUT the truth. So with all this in mind, let's take a look at a few billboards and see what they are "selling" to us...

Here we have 2 "heroes" having a stand off. Each with an army of people behind them, one blue and one red. The words "CIVIL WAR" are in capital letters. In front of those words, we have (in smaller letters) "Captain America." There's really no need to explain the message, because it is not metaphorical, it's literal. It's not asking you to do anything like the early propaganda posters we saw above. It's telling you what is happening right now. Specifically, that America is on the brink of civil war. The idea here is to ENCOURAGE divisiveness within our culture. Especially within highly populated cities where tension is already high. On top of this, we have the image of 2 heroes - who are supposed to represent our metaphorical "protectors" and they are at odds. On both sides we have different races and sexes being represented - sending the massage that people of ALL types should be at odds. EVERYONE should be at war with EVERYONE. This way, nobody trusts anyone or aligns themselves to form stronger groups. Anyone could be a Union or Confederate. Democrat or Republican. ANYONE could be blue or red. These colors also happen to represent chaos and order within Freemasonic symbolism - as I stated in my blog about "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed." So what we are seeing here is not just an ad for a movie, but an advertisement for the idea of "divide and conquer." It's just being fed in a very sneaky way, and we can't wait to eat it up.

These other examples feature close ups on the other characters further illustrating that this civil war rivalry is not based on sex or race. They also feature the phrase "divided we fall" to emphasize that this is how things should be. "We want to be divided and we want to fall. This is what your metaphorical heroes are doing. Follow them." It also recalls 9/11. Just after 9/11 there was a heavy propaganda campaign seemingly designed to bring Americans together during a time of crisis. One of the more popular phrases we heard repeated to stir our emotions was "United we Stand." Of course that entire propaganda campaign was used to "unite" Americans behind the decision to invade Iraq, where no weapons of mass destruction were found. There was also nothing linking Iraq to the 9/11 attacks. But as I stated earlier, selling something does not need to involve TRUTH, because people buy from EMOTION first. So now we have a film poster flirting with our perceptions and fears regarding 9/11 and bringing it back with a wicked meaning. For a piece of fiction, this film sure likes to dig up history...and in a pretty nefarious way at that.

Here is another example of classic heroes being depicted facing off. Again, we have the colors blue and red. This time we have a crime fighting human vs a benevolent alien who came to Earth and protects humans from their own wickedness. There is quite a bit you can read into that, but we won't go into it here.

USA Network has some interesting new series they have been producing. This one, "Mr Robot" uses some very provocative promotional posters which flirt with very sensitive social/political issues quite blatantly. So before we get into the show itself, let's see what the promotional posters are telling us.

The first picture above is the main character, Elliot. Over his face are the words "Mr Robot." At first glance, this seems to suggest "this guy is a robot." Now I realize "Mr Robot" is a different character in the show, but we're talking about the immediate meaning of the billboard as you first lay eyes on it and how you would immediately perceive it, having not seen the show yet. And how does Elliot feel about this? Well he almost looks sexually aroused. Since most people probably don't have a very strong desire to be turned into a lifeless machine which operates purely on computer programs designed to serve someone else, this poster's purpose can only be an attempt to glorify the idea. Even sexualise it subtly. This sounds a bit strange at first, but if you look at how programmed we already are day to day by the media, it's almost a statement of fact already. Are people protesting about being inundated with suggestions on what to buy, how to look, and how to feel all day? If anything, people seem to like it, and can even be aroused by it. The zombie image falls into this category as well at points, but we won't get into that now.

What revolution is being referred to here? Clearly this phrase springs out from the recognition that a big change is on the minds of many frustrated, frightened, and confused people in America. Elliot's facial expression reflects fear, confusion, and a yearning for direction. This poster exploits that fear and suggests it has the answer you are looking for. The purpose here is to intercept young bright minds and influence them before they become an "Edward Snowden," or a member of something like "Anonymous." This is a campaign to control rebellion before it begins, hiding in the guise of "entertainment." This way, the next revolution can be "manufactured" so the mad conductor can have hold of the reigns when it occurs.

More statements of fact. "This is what your reality is." The sooner we accept that our relationships are owned by some entity within cyberspace, the sooner we assume we have no control and simply submit to the mad conductor and his plan. This also suggests the idea that you don't have any friends that are not controlled by this program already and that you are alone. It's aim is to make you feel powerless and in need of a savior or guidance. Elliot looks like a pleased robot ready to receive his next directive. This is the state we are being encouraged to adapt as re-programmed robots. It also happens to be what hackers do - they re-program. But this isn't "our" hacker, it's theirs. And through him, OUR brains are being re-programmed.

This ones pretty nasty. It takes an image obviously influenced by "anonymous" which is, we think, a group of rebellious hackers dedicated to creating a sort of resistance movement and to empower those who have had enough but have no voice. This poster takes that image and feeds it back to us in order to use it AGAINST us - inverting the meaning. The phrase "control is an illusion" refers to the control anonymous may have given back to the common man - or at least the feeling of it's potential. The billboard states that any of that control which was won back is an illusion, insinuating that further attempts like this are useless. Basically, "anonymous won't save you, and don't try to be like them because it won't work." This actually relates to the story because Elliot happens to be a hacker who gets involved with an "anonymous" sort of entity. So we are seeing reality mixed directly into the story line here.

If we take this billboard literally, it makes a lot of sense. If we take it as fiction it makes very little sense. It's the sort of phrase that sounds true when it is written on a wall with spray paint. So what does it mean when a major television network is shoving it into our faces on a billboard? This is not coming from some street artist, this is coming from the horses' mouth. Call it "entertainment" if you like.

I included this one mainly because it's so fucking weird.

Since I have never watched this show, all of the above was based purely on the promotional billboards as seen in public. One can only assume the show itself contains a whole lot more questionable messages. In fact, there was quite a bit of controversy concerning the content of certain episodes of "Mr Robot." Here is one of many similar sounding reports made by various media outlets such as Huffington Post:

The season one finale of USA Network's Mr Robot will not be broadcast Wednesday night as scheduled because it contains a scene that has similarities to the on-air killings of a TV reporter and cameraman in Virginia. - dailymail.co.uk Aug 2015

"The previously filmed season finale of Mr Robot contains a graphic scene similar in nature to today’s tragic events in Virginia." USA Network

The event alluded to above is described thusly by wikepedia: On August 26, 2015, news reporter Alison Parker and photojournalist Adam Ward, employees of CBS affiliate WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia, United States, were shot to death while conducting a live television interview near Smith Mountain Lake in Moneta.

The fact that a TV episode closely mirrors what could be described as an "extremely rare" type of televised deadly incident so soon after it occurs is already questionable for many reasons. For starters - the episode was filmed before the actual event happened. What are the chances that such a rare tragedy would be depicted by a major network series and air so close to the date of the actual tragic event? What is also deserving of more scrutiny is why USA Network was concerned enough to POSTPONE the episode by 1 week, but ultimately decided to air it anyway. This was obviously in extremely bad taste, especially given today's knee jerk reactions to just about everything. While this doesn't necessarily prove the nefarious purposes of the billboards above, it does prove 1 of 2 things...either the folks over at USA Network are HIGHLY insensitive to heated social issues OR they are deliberately setting out to encourage discord through this series. There's also a 3rd possibility I will throw out there. It's possible the shootings and the shows are both being produced by the same entity. When you spend some time thinking on that, things come together in a way that makes much more sense, as horrible as it is.

America has seen an alarming increase in the number of mass shootings in the past couple years. So when we hear the word "shooter," we tend to be reminded of various news stories covering them. We are also reminded of the endless gun law debates which continue even now. This billboard exploits all of this controversy in a very blatant and nefarious way. Additionally, it throws in ideas of patriotism, heroism, and terrorism.

The billboard also asks us to question who our heroes are, similar to the super hero billboards above. The "shooters" in our news headlines are typically characterized as Muslim extremists, not as white former military patriots gone bad. Yet in a few cases we had a conflicting media narrative regarding who the shooters actually were. In the case of the San Bernardino shooting, they were originally characterized as 3 tall white men in military attire. In fact there was a live video interview with Anderson Cooper, which looked highly staged, featuring 2 "witnesses" Trudy Raymundo and Corwin Porter, representatives of the San Bernardino Department of Public Health - the company one of the alleged shooters worked for and also the company who hosted the event where the shootings took place. In the interview the 2 told the story of how 3 tall white men in tactical gear entered the room and opened fire. If you look this story up now, the video is either gone or much harder to find and has been replaced with stories presenting an alternate narrative implicating the Muslim couple who were killed before they could give their side of the story. Point being, we are being fed contradictory information on purpose and from more than one source. This billboard is consistent with that agenda. This is a clue that the slime in the news media and in dramatized series such as this lead to the same place.

This show also had it's share of real life controversy in relation to actual shootings - it was postponed TWICE. Once due to the Dallas shootings and once due to the Baton Rouge police killings. That's 2 shows with gun/murder themes from the same network, around the same time - allegedly postponing in order to appear "sensitive" to real life tragedies which mirror very closely the events depicted in the series. You'd think at that point USA Network would get the hint and pull these types of shows. So the question becomes, why don't they? These types of shows are increasingly an EXTENSION of the events depicted in reality by our news media. Only difference is that the news media stories use LIVE weapons and ammo and lives are actually lost. But they are manufactured dramatizations just the same. All for the purposes of manipulating the perception of the American public.

A nice message being sent to the "good girls" of America. Keep up the good work Amazon!

Last billboard we'll discuss is brought to you by the wonderful people at Epix Network. First thing we think of here is Donald Trump. 2nd thing we think of probably is Bill Clinton. Donald because of his foul mouth and Clinton because of the Monica Lewinski controversy. Clinton obviously is a "former president" as well. This would seem to be very good timing just before a presidential election. I think it is safe to say that was done on purpose. Now the next thing which is notable is that Nick Nolte is usually a very likeable character. Trump and Clinton both have a sort of "charm" that many people obviously like. Of course some don't. But the point is, this billboard kind of endears the idea of a foul mouthed politician in a high position who sort of desecrates the role of "President."

In a way, this billboard is selling Donald Trump to the public before he is elected. It also can be seen as subtly making fun of Bill Clinton. But we all know that most men in America are of the mind to say "awwww leave Bill Alone he's a stud!" So here we have a show playing on our naivety regarding the desecration of what is supposed to be "the Highest position in America" for the purpose of eroding our perception and lowering the bar we set for our leaders. Again, the theme of hero, leader, patriot being desecrated in public in the guise of "entertainment."

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Occult Influences within Star Wars - The Force Awakens

"I believe that something is out there I just don't know what it is...but I do know that religions aren't based on it. They're human psychological needs that have been put together mostly to create a society....when you bring new things into society, just like the balance of the force, you can either use it for good or you can use it for evil....The whole thing in Star Wars was to take psychological ideas from social issues, political issues, spiritual issues, and condense them down to an easy to tell story...the crudest part of that in terms of the religious/spiritual thing is some people have taken those ideas and distorted them and you end up in a cult where they're using the psychological tools to make you adhere to their society. And part of it is they have to keep it closed...." - George Lucas

The question of whether or not the creation of the Star Wars films involves an occult agenda has been the subject of intense discussion since the first film debuted in the 70s. But "The Force Awakens" seems to go the extra mile to stoke them and, at times, gives an ironic wink to the more observant. However I have found that many of these discussions on the internet repeat the same information and omit quite a few breadcrumbs (or even entire LOAVES in some cases.) The reasons for this will become apparent later in this blog.

Let's start with the main promotional poster, which quite obviously contains a square and compass - the main symbol representing Freemasonry. These are mathematical tools used in building of course. They represent the circle and the square, which are very important in Freemasonry, both in their mathematical applications and in their philosophical/spiritual values. Symbols with multiple meanings are very common when it comes to Freemasonry as there has long been a mystical, occult side to it. In case you can't see it within the poster, Rey's head is right at the top section where the tip of the compass handle would be. The bottom elbow of the square ruler is about where the caped Stormtrooper's head is. The cross hilt of Kylo Ren's lightsaber rather blasphemously forms the lines on the left where the compass and square cross each other. Han Solo's gun is angled to form an invisible line which crosses Finn's lightsaber, forming the right side of the compass/square intersection. Finally, Han Solo's head seems to be the location of the letter "G" which some say stands for Gnosis, God, or Geometry. However, it is more likely that the "G" is a pictorial representation of a serpent. An uppercase G resembles a serpent swallowing its tail, while a lowercase one conjures up more of the squirming wave-like movements. What all of this has to do with the storyline within "The Force Awakens" is not immediately apparent, but we will explore this.

If we look a bit closer at the square and compass, we find it is actually an outline of 2 triangles. One pointing up and one pointing down. This is a pictorial representation of "as above, so below." Combine the 2 triangles and you get the star of David. The reasoning behind slipping this into the promotional poster in such an obvious manner opens the door to many questions, and it appears to do it quite purposefully.

Observe the blue and red also within the above poster - these are masonic colors in this context. Red represents chaos - Blue represents order. When police are in pursuit, they flash red and blue lights. This is because they are managers of chaos and order within our cities. Many gas stations such as Exxon, Arco, and Chevron have blue and red logos with masonic symbolism. This is because Freemasonic factions control them. Chevron is 2 squares turned on their side, one representing chaos, the other order. Arco has the square/pyramid inside of a circle viewed from the top with the missing capstone - or "eye of horus" or "all seeing eye," the same one on the back of a US $1 bill. Arco is likely an abbreviation for "Archon" (an ancient term for "ruler" or "fallen angel.") As for the Exxon logo, we find the double cross embedded within it.

The general themes of "chaos and order" and "duality" have always been central to the various plots and dramas within Star Wars, and we'll illustrate many examples of this later. Every key scene seems to revolve around "bringing balance to the force." The themes of duality are heavily at play within the mythologies of Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, and even Luke Skywalker (the former 2 even go by 2 different names!) This concept of a good person challenging their own sense of morality and shifting to "the other side" and then back again is a classic duality struggle. When we observe these aspects of the stories and match them with some of the symbols and their meanings, we can start to see that there is a correspondence, and that they are not just random things thrown in to get people talking. In some instances, the meanings seemed to extend beyond the screen. Just what purpose these occult symbols/ideas serve in this context is what we are after.

These are the most talked about promotional posters online as far as people linking the film to Illuminati symbolism. And for this reason I'm going to gloss over them - because I believe these were created for shock value and to give the impression that "no further inquiry is needed" to confirm Illuminati presence within the film. They seem to be saying "peek a boo, we see you looking for us. We're looking back at you."

Kylo Ren's lightsaber is obviously a blatant, somewhat tacky anti-Christian symbol for viewers to ponder. George Lucas was always pretty serious about leaving religion out of the Star Wars films - so this would seem to be a nice slap in the face from Disney (Lucas has not spoken favorably about Disney since he sold the rights to them). The main motive behind using a cross shape for Kylo Ren's lightsaber is probably to desensitize audiences to blasphemy, in order to erode Christianity and eventually destroy it or replace it with a new religion, as well as all the others, to make way for the one world order. Can't have a one world order with multiple religions can we? If this sounds like a far fetched explanation, I'd love to hear a better theory as to why picking on Christians is suddenly a good idea in Star Wars films....The toy version of Kylo Ren's lightsaber is now available at Target and Party City, so feel free to get one for your kid so he can go around cracking skulls with his giant red cross!

The First Order are the bad guys in this installment. It was formed by Supreme Leader Snoke from the ashes of the Empire and the Sith (Snoke is a mysterious giant entity who seems to exist in another dimension - more on that later). The term "First Order" is likely a slight variation on Hiter's "New Order" which he spoke about in a famous speech thusly: "The year 1941 will be, I am convinced, the historical year of a great European New Order". This gets close to another term more people are aware of: The New World Order, or NWO. This phrase is written on the back of the US $1 bill underneath a pyramid in Latin ("Novus Ordo Seclorum"). The First Order's appearance is heavily influenced by Nazi imagery. This is nothing new to Star Wars, as it has already been confirmed by those who designed the costumes that Nazi military attire was an influence. The Stormtrooper was a name given to a type of Nazi soldier during WWII. JJ Abrams has also acknowledged the connection in interviews. The scenes of General Hux delivering his hateful speech before a group of Stormtroopers, followed by a form of "seig heil" helps confirm any doubts as to the source material. The First Order are a very thinly disguised metaphor for Nazis, mixed with New World Order/Illuminati themes.

"That all came out of conversations about what would have happened if the Nazis all went to Argentina but then started working together again?’ What could be born of that? Could The First Order exist as a group that actually admired The Empire? Could the work of The Empire be seen as unfulfilled? And could Vader be a martyr? Could there be a need to see through what didn’t get done?" - JJ Abrams

The First Order's symbol is a hexagram with what looks like a star or sun motif contained within a circle. If you count the "rays" (or lines coming out from the center) you'll find there are 16 of them. If you remove the outer hexagram, you are left with a Nazi occult symbol for the Black Sun with the inner runes removed. If Mr Abrams wants the answer to his "what if?" he need only take a look at Wikepedia's definition of what modern followers of the Black Sun believe:

The younger Tempelhofgesellschaft was founded in Vienna in the early 1990s by Norbert Jurgen-Ratthofer and Ralft Ettl to teach a dualist form of Christian religion called Marcionism. This one was a part of the main THG/Homburg. The group identifies an "evil creator of this world," the Demiurge with Jehovah, the God of Judaism. Jesus Christ was an Aryan, not Jewish. They distribute pamphlets claiming that the Aryan race originally came to Atlantis from the star Aldebaran (this information is supposedly based on "ancient Sumerian manuscripts"). They maintain that the Aryans from Aldebaran derive their power from the vril energy of the Black Sun. They teach that since the Aryan race is of extraterrestrial origin it has a divine mission to dominate all the other races. It is believed by adherents of this religion that an enormous space fleet is on its way to Earth from Aldebaran which, when it arrives, will join forces with the Nazi Flying Saucers from Antarctica to establish the Western Imperium. Its major publication is called Das Vril-Projekt (1992).

Whether you take the above text seriously or not, the fact is that this "mythology" is very close to the heart and soul of what the deepest Nazi occult beliefs/philosophy stemmed from. In short, this was/is their sacred bible. Their re-writing of history. Their "New World Order." Their "First Order." In fact high ranking SS officer Heinrich Himmler was one of the main cultivators of the Black Sun cult, drawing from the earlier Thule and Vril societies. Black Sun symbols, as well as the Swastika, are illegal to print in Germany. Given the known Nazi influences already used within Star Wars, you can be sure this Black Sun insignia was inserted with full knowledge of how serious and offensive it is in REAL LIFE - even when presented in a negative light and as fiction. This would seem to be a very risky move given the reactionary, overly sensitive culture we live in today. But because knowledge of what this symbol means is limited to a small quarter of society, it remains hidden even though it is in plain sight. In addition to the inclusion of a nearly literal Black Sun symbol within the film, it's interesting to note the parallels between the Black Sun mythology and the ones presented within the film: moral duality, a "magical" force/energy (vril), space travel, and of course intergalactic war. So we're not just talking about influence here, we're getting very close to cutting and pasting.

This might sound like a lot to assume from a mere symbol. However, there is a "Black Sun" cult already within the extended Star Wars universe, which apparently appeared in the mid 90s with the "Clone Wars." (insignia on the upper left) Their symbol is a less obvious reference to the Neo Nazi Black Sun symbol, but does also contain 16 points. It appears to be an eye as well, another symbol we're seeing more of within the latest Star Wars film and its promotional posters. This, and other insignias are briefly explained at www.starwars.com, however the First Order insignia is the ONLY ONE that is partially obscured on the page dedicated exclusively to explaining the meanings behind the symbols (actual image from the site above). There also exists a strange website called blacksuntemple.com which has multiple "handbooks" for sale through its' links purporting to reveal the secrets of the power of the dark side. The aim of this website appears to fit right in with the agenda of the Illuminati, which is the establishing of a new one world religion. This of course would require the destruction of all the old religions. Whether this is connected to the Star Wars franchise, the Illuminati, or neither, it is interesting propaganda obviously influenced by all topics mentioned thus far. It also shows at the very least that there are those much more serious about this Black Sun/Star Wars connection than most people would guess. The books are available on Amazon.

The four images above contain quite a bit of information, so let's take one at a time.

First image is obviously a hexagram with a circle in the middle, similar to the First Order logo. If you connect the points within the hexagram a certain way you get both the Star of David and a 3 dimensional cube. Therefore, the star, the cube, and the square/compass are all variations of the same symbol.

The second picture is of the Resistance planning their attack on Starkiller base. They are pointing out the "thermal oscillator," which was its weak spot.

Next picture shows the Resistance on Starkiller base attempting to blow up the thermal oscillator. It's hard to tell from the pictures, but it is in the shape of a black hexagram. If you search for a perfect image on the internet of this thermal oscillator you will find it's a bit difficult to get a clear one (this may be because it is not supposed to be as obvious as some of the other symbols). After they blow up the thermal oscillator, the planet implodes and becomes a star.

The last picture is of the planet Saturn. We are looking at the northern hemisphere where a mysterious hexagram can be seen. This planet has long been associated with time (as Kronos), the law, agriculture, judgement, death, the number 6, and Satan among other things. Saturn is known to be worshipped in occult circles and is symbolized by the hexagram or the black cube. The black cube also has important significance in Freemasonry. As we've seen, the cube is merely a 3D version of a hexagram. Saturn is also associated with the sun in ancient texts and there is a growing belief called the "Electric Universe theory" which suggests Saturn was our original sun during an age where the planets had a different configuration. It was the shifting of these planets which may have caused some of the major disasters witnessed/documented by the ancients. Needless to say, the topic of Saturn is too deep and lengthy to discuss here, but the fact that Starkiller base turns into a star as a result of its black hexagon power source being destroyed opens all kinds of questions of inquiry to followers of occult symbolism. (As a side note - both "2001: A space Odyssey" and the following book "2010" featured Saturn in the original storyline. These were changed to Jupiter for the films. The alleged explanation was that the rings would be too difficult to articulate on screen. Not everyone buys this explanation.)

For most of us, our first glimpse of "the Force Awakens" was this image of John Boyega, a black man wearing a white Stormtrooper outfit, which is known to be inspired by Nazi themes. Boyega's character Finn is perspiring and has a terrified look on his face. His name is actually a number initially, and we find that he is literally a mind controlled slave for the First Order. The racial themes here are almost so literal and obvious that we look right past them and fall into the conclusion that the film franchise is simply trying to diversify their lead characters. But even if that is true, does that lessen the impact of the racial imagery in this shot? The fact is, people would rather not discuss what is right in front of them if it is too shocking and disturbing to confront. So we fall for the 2nd option, which was mentioned. We look right past it and we give the film a "get out of jail free" card. Because frankly, we just wanna enjoy the film we don't want to be bothered by possible social/political messages - even when they are clearly there.

The name FN-2187 is derived from a short independent Canadian film George Lucas saw as a young student called 21-87. It was made by a man named Arthur Lippset, who committed suicide in 1986. It is widely believed that Lucas came up with the idea for The Force from watching this film. This is not the first time homage was paid to 21-87 within Star Wars. In the first film "A New Hope," Leia's cell number is 2187 when she is held captive. The common theme there is that the number represents a prison of some sort. For Leia it was a holding cell. For Finn it was his entire identity. So if we look past the "nudge nudge wink wink" nod to Lucas' roots, we get a name that sounds more like a product bar code. Which suits perfectly the fact that FN2187 is a mind controlled slave who then "awakens" from his mental/physical prison to reclaim his humanity.

The opening scene of "the Force Awakens" shows a brigade of soldiers slaughtering a village of people they believe to be hiding a map leading to Luke Skywalker (Luke means "light" by the way, and Skywalker is what the stars do - they "walk" across the sky.) The slaughter of these villagers is reminiscent of a scene from WWII or any number of disturbing events from history where entire villages are slaughtered by troops in cold blood. In the midst of this, we have FN2187 who suddenly "awakens" and has an instant moral transformation. Since FN2187 contains the name of the film where the concept of "The Force" allegedly derives from, we can assume that FN2187's "awakening" is where the film's title comes from. The force awakens within Finn. Again, we have the duality theme of a character jumping from one side of morality to the other while the force hangs in the ether, fluctuating polarity. This is why Kylo Ren observes Finn hesitating during the slaughter and does nothing. There was a silent message transferred in that moment which goes unexplained directly, but we can infer a deeper meaning from it. This awakening is why Finn is able to wield a lightsaber and confront Kylo Ren in light saber combat with no previous training. The film is careful to throw in a crash course sword fight between Finn and a Stormtrooper earlier in the film. But that would hardly prepare him to go head to head with Kylo Ren, who was trained by both Luke Skywalker and Supreme Leader Snoke. The repeated implication that he who is on the "correct side" of the force wields more power hints that morality (or ones' perception of it) itself is at least connected to the force, if it isn't the force itself.

The themes of slavery, mind control, and moral/spiritual/genetic superiority recall a vast array of contemporary themes ranging from Civil War era issues to post WWII controversies. During WWII there were a number of well documented experiments being performed within Nazi death camps ranging from physical to mental torture. After the war, the "Operation Paperclip" program allowed Nazis to continue their work in the United States and other countries. Notable former Nazi Wernher Von Braun was the leading Rocket scientist for Nasa and launched the Saturn V, which lead to the successful Apollo 11 voyage. Another large part of continuing Nazi research involved the further exploring of the concept of mind control, which was the basis for MK Ultra - a CIA sponsored program which conducted experiments on American civilians for purposes of advancing psychological warfare and to create mind controlled slaves who would willingly carry out acts of violence, sex, or anything else they are programmed to do by "Dr Frankenstein." So with Finn, we have a profoundly deep collection of negative history rolled up into one character. This is why that opening scene is so compelling. We know what we are seeing on some level, it's just too shocking and involved to acknowledge in any simple way. So we grab onto the surface plot - which is "bad guy has a sudden change of heart," then we close the door to further discussion.

Once Finn escapes and is given his new name, he puts on Poe Dameron's jacket. The jacket is brown with red patches. The intentional shift from the white militant stormtrooper garb to a brown jacket with red patches seems to symbolize, quite intentionally, a black man's bloody escape from his white prison. The stormtrooper costume and his former identity representing the oppressive prison/captor. This is very sophisticated symbolism because it successfully conjures up very specific racial feelings but escapes them at the same time by making the First Order "raceless." So here we have the film again, flirting with social/political controversy from another angle and yet somehow escaping the claim under the banner of "well, it's just fiction don't look too deeply into it." And yet, if these racial themes were any more obvious we'd be watching a WWII or a Civil War documentary.

Kylo Ren clearly has emotional damage. His temper tantrums and obvious insecurities are clear signs of this. We're not really told where that damage came from specifically, but Supreme Leader Snoke obviously exploited Kylo's insecurities for the purposes of recruiting him to his dark order. So you could say he was ritually abused at some point, probably under the guise of "training in the dark arts." But it really doesn't matter who was responsible or how he was abused for this discussion, only that he exhibits the characteristics of one who was. The difference between ritualized abuse and other forms of abuse is the intent of the abuser. For example, if the abuser is a man who sporadically beats the neighbor's dog - the dog will show signs of abuse at random times. But if the neighbor brings roses, rings a bell, beats the dog, then offers him a treat at the same time every day in the same order - the dog will begin to respond to the smell of roses, time of day, bells, and offers of treats in a particular manner. This could be called "ritualized abuse." With this sort of abuse, the response can be calculated to a certain degree. Therefore, the abuse can be delivered with the specific intent to cause a dog to respond a certain way. This is really no different than training an animal, we're just throwing abuse into the equation to see how effective it is. To train an animal is to control its mind to a degree. It would be naive to assume the Nazis did not exploit this concept and advance it to a very high level on HUMAN SUBJECTS. Other known experiments in ritualized abuse involve electricity specially applied to the brain, which has shown that brain waves can actually be manipulated to induce an emotional response in someone. Sound waves can also be used in this manner. It would also be naive to think that the results of these experiments are not being applied from very high places, such as those occupied by the Illuminati. Now if you substitute Snoke for an Illuminati leader and you substitute Kylo Ren for a gifted civilian who happens to be from a powerful bloodline - suddenly "The Force Awakens" doesn't sound so much like science fiction fantasy anymore.

When Kylo Ren kills his father, Han Solo, the film is careful to show us every detail of every emotional expression. There is a pregnant pause where Kylo asks his father to help him do what he must. It's almost an instructional scene demonstrating the process of someone abandoning their own sense of empathy and morality. It's basically the birth of a cold blooded killer in slow motion. This is a re-telling of Anakin's transformation to Darth Vader. But it goes a step further in illustrating the transformation. This repetition of constantly questioning morality and constantly asking "what is good and what is evil?" starts to sound like a long winded interrogation after a while. Because it is. You, the viewer, are being grilled on your sense of morality in a way that is compelling and entertaining. And because you walked into the theatre convinced that this is simply "entertainment" it doesn't occur to you that your sense of morality is being eroded and conditioned. This is why the square and compass are slipped into the promotional poster BEHIND the characters. THEY ARE LITERALLY SHOWING YOU WHO IS BEHIND THE FILM.

"The best place to hide anything is in plain view" - Edgar Allen Poe

The last issue we will explore is the character called Snoke. Like many of the topics discussed here, there are lots of people presenting theories about who Snoke is. Being that I have not studied the extended Star Wars universe much, I can't really speculate who he might be within that mythology, but if we step somewhere halfway between the Star Wars film and ancient writings, we find a possible explanation. The best one I've heard is hidden within his name. "Snoke" is very close to "Snake." Snoke is also presented as a giant from what seems like another dimension, or a remote location in the galaxy. This opens a huge can of worms (pun intended) and I am trying to bring this blog to a close, so I will attempt to condense it the best I can....

In ancient Egyptian mythology, the Djedi is a deep spiritual concept involving the harnessing of a FORCE by balancing one's energy. It was associated with agriculture, but also branched out into many other areas, including what would seem to be one of the highest states of spiritual enlightenment. The Djedi is symbolized by the Phallus or the Serpent. This would explain the importance of Serpent imagery in ancient Egypt and why it is often depicted in the location of the "3rd eye" on the forehead on some of their more ornate headdresses. The word "Djedi" obviously contains the word "Jedi," so this is another topic you can explore that is pretty fascinating. We mentioned earlier the "G" in the Freemasonic square and compass. If it represents the serpent, we have our potential connection to spiritual wisdom and ancient Egypt there as well. If Snoke is a "Snake," perhaps HE is part of some ancient order of serpent - men or Archons/Watchers. He appears to be white skinned, and being a GIANT - this connects him to Archon mythology, Gnostic texts, the bible, and the Black Sun cult and their beliefs as well. Finally, the word "Elohim" connects us to the Freemasonic beliefs in ancient giants who were "illuminated" beings, mediating between the gods and the material plane where man dwells. "EL" is associated with Saturn. So now we have our Saturn connection.