One of the most celebrated comedies of all time just happens to be one of the most blatant displays of Illuminati symbolism ever to emerge from Hollywood, and that's "Ghostbusters". Released in 1984 and raking in nearly $300 million, this movie did more than entertain, it became a cultural icon for the 1980s. Unfortunately, lurking behind the comedy and ghoulish action are some of the industry's most obvious references.
When watching the film, you don't have to wait long to see the symbols. In the scene where Dana (Sigourney Weaver) opens her refrigerator door to see an inter-dimensional portal, a pyramid with a bright light emanating from the top is visible. This is a direct representation of the "Eye of Providence" and a key link to the Masons. Because this scene is our first introduction to the main villain, Gozer, it's only the beginning of more references.
Let's continue to later parts of the film, particularly when the Ghostbusters have their final battle on the rooftop of Dana's apartment building. According to the characters, the structure was designed to channel supernatural energy and served as the base for a secret society that performed rituals at that spot. In many ways, this scenario serves as a metaphor to the Illuminati. The order is a secret society that also performs strange rituals at specific locations, maybe even on the roofs of New York's buildings. The fictitious Gozer worshipers and the Illuminati share the same goal as well, which is to bring about the end of the world and establish a new world order. This was deliberately written into the script as part of the order's master plan of brainwashing the public.
More symbolism is visible in the Gozer temple, most notably the obelisks. The entire structure is adorned with the Illuminati emblem, and nearly every shot of the final battle has an obelisk in the background. However, the scariest representation is the engraving on the door from which Gozer emerges. It's difficult to see but warrants close scrutiny. This engraving displays a pyramid with the sun rising over its peak and has a figure descending a staircase. At this person's feet are two other figures that appear to be gazing up in a form of worship. This representation is not and was never intended to be some heathen deity born out of fantasy. Instead, it's an image of Satan's coming to Earth, and he's being flanked by the Antichrist as well as the False Prophet.
In fact, a closer inspection of Gozer and her henchmen, Zuul and Vinz Clortho, reveals that this is also a metaphor for the unholy trinity that the Illuminati are preparing to usher into our world. In their true form, the pair are a couple of beasts, but they are able to possess humans and move about in secrecy. That's exactly how the Antichrist and False Prophet plan to pave the way for their dark master. In reality, they're beasts (the Bible even refers to them as such) that will appear human in order to enchant and then enslave us. When this happens, the Ghostbusters won't be there to stop them.
Even the writing of this movie was a dark enterprise. Working in the shadows from a bomb shelter in Martha's Vineyard, Ivan Reitman, Harold Ramis, and Dan Aykroyd punched out this story in three weeks. Whether they were motivated to warn the world via a comedy or just giving us another example of how the Illuminati hides in plain sight is unknown. Given that "Ghostbusters" was branded a comedy (a genre not ordinarily used to promote symbolism), the three might have been trying to issue a warning. We'll probably never know for sure. Ramis died and Aykroyd and Reitman are never going to say. One thing that is certain is that the movie is just as dark as it is funny.
So, who are you going to call now?