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The Ninth Gate (1999) – Dante’s Esoteric Inferno

By: Jay Roman Polanksi’s 1999 The Ninth Gate is not his best film, but it does contain a high level of esoteric symbology and twilight references pertinent to researchers. Based on the novel The Club Dumas by Arturo Perez-Reverte, the film follows an antiquarian book dealer named Dean Corso (Johnny Depp) who is hired by…

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Plato, Crystals, Dimensions and Artificial Intelligence

By: Jay I have contended for a while now the dominant anti-metaphysical stance of the prevailing establishment is a materialist trap designed to bind the mass man in a prison of his five senses.  A model of reality and epistemology pushed by the Royal Society and British Imperial policy for a good damn while now,…

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JaysAnalysis Feat. on Media Monarchy – Interstellar and 2001

“Does the mainstream news cycle know when a new Christopher Nolan film is coming out? Jay Dyer of JaysAnalysis.com joins Media Monarchy to talk about the new film ‘Interstellar‘ and all of the synchromystical connections to current events happening now in the sky – and crashing into the Earth. Kubrick, monoliths, comets, rockets and so…

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Ernest Scared Stupid (1991) – Illuminati Masterwork

By: Jay Satire. Deep within the darkest recesses of the human psyche dwells a Luciferian figure of unparalleled esoteric power.  You are probably thinking, “Satan,” “the Antichrist,” “Dr. Mengele,” “Dr. Kevorkian,” “Dr. Zhivago,” “Dr. Jay,” but all those worthy contenders pale in comparison to the Illuminati’s greatest masterpiece of occult mind control: Ernest Scared Stupid.…

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Lucy (2014) – Esoteric Analysis

  By: Jay Luc Besson has that rare, magical quality where his films teeter on the edge of being extremely mediocre and/or somewhat entertaining.  Similar themes run through his work, from La Femme Nikita to The Professional to The Fifth Element to The Messenger, focusing on the feminized goddess archetype rising above all adversity, in…

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The Prestige (2006) – A Film About Revelation of the Method

  By: Jay The Pledge For most viewers, The Prestige was a film about rival stage magicians in the Victorian Era, alternately seeking to top one another in the dank climate of emerging industrial revolution and technological wonder.  Lord Caldlow/Angiers (Hugh Jackman) is the secret nobleman who has a flair for the art of illusion, while Robert…

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Magickal Kingdom Ultra: Escape From Tomorrow and Sinister Disney

By: Jay What is Disneyland?  Is it a classic incarnation of Amerikana, or is it, nowadays at least, something more?  Is it harmless, family friendly entertainment where the imagination is able to run free, or is there more at work inside the nation’s largest theme park/entertainment complex?  Rumors and speculation have abounded for years of …

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Creation Metaphysics and “A Single Unified Science”

By: Jay I have written on scientism lately, and in the archives several more critiques of scientism and naïve empiricism (its presupposition) are available.  The question then arises as to how are we to replace this bad, contradictory narrative of man’s “progress” with something better.  Is there an answer elsewhere?  Can claims of religious belief…

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The Cult of Scientism and Nikola Tesla’s Aether

By: Jay The Reign of Scientism I recently watched a BBC documentary titled “The Atom: The Illusion of Reality.” In Part 3, the host delves into the last few decades of quantum physics and makes some interesting admissions relevant to subject matter I discuss. The most significant section of the documentary deals with quantum electro…

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Philosophy Phoenix Arises to Annihilate deGrasse Tyson

  Or, Gödel Versus the New World Order By: Jay In the land of the blind, the 80s black science guy with 80s black guy mustache is king.  In a recent interview, high priest of neo-Darwinian scientism, Neil de Grasse Tyson expounded the true profundity of his worldview.  Tyson stated on a recent podcast: “interviewer:…

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The Theater of Media Operations: Snowden Analyzed

By: Jay One of the evident patterns that emerges concerning the theater of operations known as “media” is the never-ending rabbit hole of trails and endless, conflicting details that don’t and won’t add up concerning a figure like Edward Snowden.  The application of the military term “theater of operations” is especially relevant here, since we…

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JaysAnalysis Vindicated: Snowden Admits He’s a CIA Operative

By: Jay Edward Snowden is back in the news giving an exclusive interview to NBC’s Brian Williams Tuesday.  In the interview, Snowden has revealed more of his questionable past.  As witnesses can attest, as soon as the “Snowden Leaks” broke, I called scam, not because I simply call everything a scam, but because of the…

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Santa Barbara Shooter Psy Op the First “Men’s Rights” False Flag

  Sandy Hook, Part II. Rated PG-13 By: Jay In a tizzy of media fury, the latest supposed mass gunman/internet weirdo serial killer has emerged with a new angle: “Men’s rights” and “misogyny.”  However, the latest installment also follows the classic pattern of the recent psy ops of Cho at Virginia Tech, Anders Breivik, Jared…

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Desolation & Redemption

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
In the course of what is now titled Continental Philosophy, three figures stand out as preeminent thinkers able to probe the innermost depths of the human psyche in a way previously unknown since perhaps Shakespeare: Soren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche and Fyodor Dostoevsky.   These three were more or…

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Hollywood Occult Brainwashing in Lynch’s ‘Mulholland Drive’

“‘I learned that just beneath the surface there’s another world, and still different worlds as you dig deeper.’ – David Lynch By: Jay The Academy Award-nominated 2001 work of David Lynch, Mulholland Drive, is remembered by most as a macabre, satirical nightmare dreamscape of Neo-noir centering around a typical girl next door’s dream of becoming…