Sunday, December 27, 2015

Star Wars Episode VII: The Illuminati Awakens

The Illuminati delivered once again with the opening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and this time the symbolism was very overt. What we saw were references to the Eye of Providence, the sun, and sacrilegious ideology. Unlike the original trilogy and tepid prequels, "The Force Awakens" takes on a more satanic aura which indicates that the Illuminati has definitely progressed to a new level of brainwash and could be maneuvering for its world takeover very soon.

As for symbols,we'll start with the most overt one and that is Starkiller Base. This is the planet-sized weapon we see in the film. According to the story, it is many times larger than the Death Star and is capable of destroying multiple planets with a single shot from its primary armament. Starkiller Base also resembles a giant eye with red pupil. This is a direct reference to the Eye of Providence and continues the theme of red eyes being associated with apocalyptic stories (Think the "Terminator" and "Matrix" series). A red eye is very appropriate for "The Force Awakens" because the one time we see Starkiller Base fire, it wipes out several worlds killing billions of people, which makes it an apocalyptic weapon.

The next reference is sun-related. In order to fire, Starkiller Base has to harness the energy from a star. Once the star is completely drained, the weapon can then be fired unleashing solar energy in a highly destructive manner. The fact that the film goes takes great effort to show audiences that a weapon resembling the Eye of Providence gains its energy from the sun is frightening to say the least. This is an embedded message that the Illuminati wants us to see. The order is saying that its takeover will utilize solar weapons. These could include microwave beams fired from satellites in orbit or fusion missiles. Either way, it's a message.

The third symbol has more to do with Satanism and the downfall of Christianity. In this case, we are referring to Kylo Ren's light saber, which resembles a red cross. Given that it's used by one of the most heinous villains in the Star Wars Universe, we see it as the Illuminati telling us that it's winning the struggle for the control of our minds. 

Almost everything in pop culture is taking darker overtones. Take music videos as an example. More and more the singers and dancers appear to be engaged in devil worshiping rather than performing a dance routine. The same can be said with films, and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is no exception. It's one thing to make the dark side more powerful than before in the name of upping the ante, but does that have to mean that the new dark lord has to resemble an unholy satanic knight? We don't think so either.

Another thing to consider (spoiler warning) is Kylo Ren's murdering his father, Han Solo. This is also another Illuminati message. In the movie, Han Solo represents what is good and pure, and Ren kills him with impunity. What the order is saying to us is that it is destroying the morals and spirituality embraced by our parents and grandparents. Millenials are more amoral than any generation before it. They hold Christianity in contempt and embrace homosexuality as being healthy. All of this can be attributed to Illuminati brainwashing that has been occurring for decades.

For those of you that enjoyed "The Force Awakens" and thought it was a great movie, we implore you to see past the glitzy visual effects and take a look at the true meaning of this film. Because beneath the story line and space battles, the Illuminati is implanting subliminal messages in your mind, messages that it will one day activate. Do not become one of the order's mindless drones and see the truth for yourself.


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  2. First of all, Kys saber is a crossguard saber, which is an ancient saber and since he loves vader and the classic sith/dark side he would made himself and older saber that is greatly feared because of what it was used for. And most things the size of a planey would need that much power to use a blaster of that sort. And a planet is round so yes it resembles an eye. Our planet also resembles an eye. And Ky had to kill his father in order to terminate his ties to the light side, all of these illuminati myths are just people over analising things and reading the bible too much. Just sit back and enjoy life instead of dwelling on the illuminati and the unknown
    Maybe we were never meant to find out the unknown.

  3. There's no such thing as reading the bible too much. If more people not only read, but followed it, then the Lord would heal our land.

    1. i read the bible, your god is an evil sociopath who loves hurting people

  4. If the Illuminati were real, they wouldn't be depicting their fictional avatars as horrible villains to be defeated, but as virtuous heroes to be lauded. They wouldn't be showing the fictionalized versions of their plans as something that the protagonists must stop, but as noble goals to fight for. That's how propaganda works. Always making themselves out to be the bad guys stories they supposedly write would just be shooting themselves in the foot.

    1. have you seen maleficent, a witch splits a blonde teen girls family and lures her into the woods, just like the movie the VVitch

    2. no one notice the island speech by that bad guy

  5. the reason its in movies are for many reasons
    1.sociopaths love to brag
    2.they also love a challenge
    3.if you work out whats going on they can just say you watch to many movies creates fear and paranoia which in turn makes them feel superior
    5.its owned by disney

  6. Speziale family, operates in Europe and America, but it is not mentioned among the 13 families of the Illuminati.

    "Pharmacopola in signum Caprae
    Virginis et transcendentiam "

    what does it mean?

  7. I'm sorry, but I must correct you.
    it's incorrect.
    the phrase is:
    Pharmacopola in signum Caprae
    Virginis et transcendentiam,
    anno cauda draconis,ab oriente et ab incendio arcem.

    It is making it even more difficult to understand what he meant

  8. I never heard of this family.
    I did some research, Speziale comes from a pharmacist,
    and I found reports of people who have this surname who have had trouble with the law, but nothing more.

    for the phrase in Latin, never read anything like it.
    where did you get it?

  9. Hello,
    I think probably means a person by the sign of Capricorn upward virgin ... the world is huge!
    but who is this person?

  10. In the sign of the goat
    In support of the virgin
    86 years since 1900
    The pharmacist as his second name
    Brings a name on his hand through his blood three letters stand out
    look for it