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Oblivion (2013) – Esoteric Analysis

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
Oblivion film poster By: Jay Dyer Spoiler Alert Oblivion is the summer’s first big sci fi blockbuster that opened to mixed reivews. Many movigoers and critics are expressing confusion and bewilderment, not understanding the plot. Others are calling it dull and uneventful, yet my conclusion is that they missed the film’s point. …

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Deep Cover in South Africa

Originally posted on Espionage History Archive:
Colonel Aleksei Mikhailovich Kozlov (1934-2015) was a deep-cover intelligence officer in the KGB’s elite Directorate S, the Illegals, during the height of the Cold War. Posing as a traveling German businessman, he was captured by South African counterintelligence in 1980, but not before passing onto Moscow Center shocking information…

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A Party for Scorpions

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
Why is it that sometimes life seems to be crawling, jerking and halting – as if it were a story correctly written in its syntax, but deprived of any deeper meaning? A story, therefore, that is not only boring, but also unconvincing. Is it because everything we…

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Dune (1965) Novel – Esoteric Analysis

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
Lynch film poster. By: Jay Dyer Dune is an amazing novel: There is a reason it’s the best-selling science fiction series of all time.  Prescient for his time (1965), author Frank Herbert was able to foresee a future in which geo-engineering, rampant technocracy, geo-political intrigue and subterfuge, ecology, elite bloodlines, the occult and religious…

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The Kremlin’s Psychic Spies

Originally posted on Espionage History Archive:
Retired KGB Major General Boris Ratnikov has a story to tell – about the Soviet and Russian intelligence’s use of psychic espionage in the Great Game. While Ratnikov’s story may sound fantastic, the details on Cold War-era remote viewing programs in both the United States and Soviet Union are…

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Pseudo-Sacred Psychodrama

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
In order to successfully navigate the raging seas of the media storm, one must be ever-mindful of the overall designs of mass media without getting lost in endless details and rabbit trails that will be forgotten in a month. Remember Bowe Bergdahl? The press furiously researched his…

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American Gladiators: How The Running Man is Our Reality

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
Film Poster. Image: Wikipedia.com By: Jay Dyer Cheesy 80s dystopian films constitute some of the best cinematic predictive programming, and 1987’s The Running Man is a fine specimen.  Full of Schawrzenegger’s grunts and “aagghhhs” (as opposed to a script), even Bloodsport has a contender for wooden acting and silly fight choreography with Running…

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Confession of a Samurai

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
Japanese-American actor Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa was baptized into the Orthodox Christian faith on November 13th, 2015, taking the name of Panteleimon. Playing a yakuza gangster who becomes an Orthodox priest in the new Russian film Yerei-San, Tagawa shares his life experience with a journalist of the publication PravMir.…

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Malta, Masonry & the CIA

Originally posted on Espionage History Archive:
The dark arts of espionage share more in common with historically-rooted secret societies than the media would care to admit. Using decades of experience and observation, KGB First Chief Directorate Col. Stanislav Lekarev (1935-2010) takes us into the murky netherworld of globalist powerplayers, occult orders, and state intelligence services.…

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Faustian Dreams

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
In its spiritual life, the human soul is confronted with two options, to seek the realization and actualization of its divine nature, or to be overwhelmed and rendered inert by the lower, transient things of the world. The 4th century Greek theologian St. Gregory of Nyssa once observed, For…

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Terror Engineering

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
From Benghazi to Turkey, the ISIS “supply lines” are directly from NATO-controlled territory, and apparently it never occurs to the minds of Western media to ask where, in fact, the so-called Islamic State obtains their arms. The reason for this is obvious, as it would demonstrate that…