June 30, 2010 1 Comment
June 30, 2010 5 Comments
The new Russell Crowe/Cate Blanchett Robin Hood is not very good. Usually, Ridley Scott is good, but not only is it an artistic failure, in my opinion, the film also has a Masonic theme. In the film, we find out that Robin Hood is the son of a “philosophical stonemason” who inspires his son with a hidden message stashed inside the local village obelisk. Robin Hood then becomes the inspiration for the Magna Carta. Yeah, right.
Oh, and all church folk are corrupt, as well as all kings. Notice that World Net Daily tells you nothing about the clearly Freemasonic underpinnings. Perhaps the writer did not notice it. However, there is clear biblical basis for such notions of liberty and freedom under law, apart from tyrannical oppression – they aren’t the discoveries of speculative Freemasons, which didn’t even exist in the 12th century.
Oh, and then it ends with Cate Blanchett killing the bad guy, in total feminist glory, wearing male armour. Russell Crowe then kisses her, and it looks like he’s kissing a man, since she’s still fully iron-clad. One wonders what Robin’s soldiers would have thought had they happened a glance in that direction. Robin Hood Men in Tights indeed. And then it end ends with Crowe and Blanchett setting up an Ewok-type settlement in the woods, where what appears to be the Lost Boys from Peter Pan (who mysteriously appear throughout the film to no real purpose) join them in ruffian, Rousseau-ist/communist bliss.
June 23, 2010 5 Comments
Last year, our friend Peter Parker wrote an excellent analysis of The Knowing. It’s a must-read. All the more relevant, then, that The Knowing presaged the gulf oil distaster. The only discrepancy is that the date is 5 days off in the film – but still – a year ahead of time, the Knowing predicts a gulf oil disaster almost to the tee. Take a gander at Parker’s analysis, and you’ll see why this is.
June 22, 2010 1 Comment
1 Now the king sent them to gather all the elders of Judah and Jerusalem to him. 2 The king went up to the house of the LORD with all the men of Judah, and with him all the inhabitants of Jerusalem—the priests and the prophets and all the people, both small and great. And he read in their hearing all the words of the Book of the Covenant which had been found in the house of the LORD.
3 Then the king stood by a pillar and made a covenant before the LORD, to follow the LORD and to keep His commandments and His testimonies and His statutes, with all his heart and all his soul, to perform the words of this covenant that were written in this book. And all the people took a stand for the covenant. 4 And the king commanded Hilkiah the high priest, the priests of the second order, and the doorkeepers, to bring out of the temple of the LORD all the articles that were made for Baal, for Asherah,[a] and for all the host of heaven;[b] and he burned them outside Jerusalem in the fields of Kidron, and carried their ashes to Bethel. 5 Read more of this post
June 16, 2010 8 Comments
“German” terrorists attack a lone buildng in L.A. while John McClain saves the day. This poster looks a bit like 9/11 though. Note that we are shown Bruce’s left eye, synonomous with the left handed path of chaos and evil. The attack will be one of black magic and psychological manipulation.
When the “terrorists” arrive, we see some interesting architecture.
When the “terrorists” plant the bombs, we see an interesting number combo flash quickly: Read more of this post
June 16, 2010 Leave a comment
I recently saw Muse in concert. It was a great show. Virtually the entire show was a video presentation of how mind control works, combined with the inside job destruction of the world trade towers. Later in the concert, these towers explode and fall. I suspect the three buildings are the two towers plus building 7:
And here the towers fall during Knights of Cydonia: Read more of this post
June 16, 2010 Leave a comment
By: Peter Parker
I’ve noticed the traditional “luciferian” formula of the atheistic type, generally goes like this.
1.)Primitive man makes evolutionary leaps by virtue of his imagination.
2.)Initially Man cannot distinguish between himself and outer nature.
3.)Through his imagination, Man creates subject/object boundaries.
4.)Man projects his own person-hood on the exterior world, creating god.
5.)This projection at first helps unify society but then metastasizes into a psychological prison.
6.)Man recognizes god to be merely his projection and “re-ingests” the projection into himself, realizing that he himself was God all along, thereby moving to the next stage in evolution.
7.)In some cases this marks a break with the subject/object distinction, destroying the notion of ego itself, allowing man to be integrated into the pantheistic “all in one”.
8.)This dialectical evolutionary process, is often symbolically represented with the union of male and female pairs. Read more of this post