Note the class warfare element of the poster. Very Ayn Randian.
False Flag shooting event analysis broken here first.
Update: The blending of fiction and programming has extended into reality like I predicted, with the New York Police Commissioner (like Commissioner Gordon) saying the villain was “The Joker,” and the NYPD will keep everyone safe from “The Joker” and/or Bane.
“Bruce Wayne’s grandfather founded Skull & Bones.” -Batman tv show
Batman: The Dark Knight Rises is the final installment in the Christopher Nolan trilogy and, in my opinion, is excellent. Like the previous two, the concluding film is just as esoteric and filled with predictive programming as the others, yet stands out as preeminent. This final film is the climax of this version of revelation of the method par excellance. The entire essence of this film is concerned with how the system itself operates on the deepest levels—levels far beyond what most people are able to comprehend. Like the rest of Nolan’s films, this one resonates with a particular Jungian ethos, almost to the level of Inception. In fact, Dark Knight Rises is very similar to Nolan’s Inception, and, believe it or not, Jim Henson’s Labyrinth.
In fact, Nolan even takes Dark Knight to the higher esoteric level of including actors from previous films and roles to play them again in this film. As I myself and Ross have discussed on Jay’s Analysis, this often turns out to be the case, especially in the case of the top Hollywood figures—figures like Angelina Jolie, Nicole Kidman, and now, it seems, Rachel Weisz. Among males you can see it with Robert DeNiro Nicolas Cage, Johnny Depp and Tom Cruise. Granted, some roles are chosen on the basis of having a certain “look” adapted from another role, but as I argue, and as we see in films like Mulholland Drive, roles are often chosen for deeper, occult reasons. Think about Heath Ledger in Batman: The Dark Knight, and then his role in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus and then his strange death.
“What?” you say, “Why, that’s wacky.” That’s because your view of the world isn’t the same as those who understand liturgy and ritual. The study of liturgics is not some dry, dusty, arcane academic discipline for old religionists to haggle about. Liturgics to those who know, is the very heartbeat of the universe itself. It is itself the meaning of things. Granted, one can learn about metaphysics or science in philosophy or at some university, yet these are merely fields that operate in the realm of bare knowledge. Knowledge itself is lacking in that it is static and merely one of the divine energeia.
All the bad guys rolled into one.
To combine will and action in harmony with intended purpose in the service of God in symbolic act is meaning, and thus all of life becomes a liturgical ritual. Most ancient religious traditions have some notion of this. Thus the standard exposition most “conspiracy theorists” and/or critics give is done at the most basic level of plot, interpretation of meaning, technical achievements, and possible “Illuminist” symbols. While there is a place for all of that, none of them understand the principle of the film itself, including the actors and their own experiences, the set, the script, etc., all coming together at a certain time, with a certain zeitgeist behind it. A couple good books on this I would recommend would be Mircea Eliade’s The Sacred and the Profane, Abraham Heschel’s The Sabbath, and any basic introduction to liturgy. Such a radical alteration of perception is only achieved by investigation into, and participation in, liturgy. Those who have experienced this will understand, and those who haven’t will not. But regardless, films are themselves a kind of ritual ‘working,’ and whether the 99% of the critics out there acknowledge or know this is irrelevant: it is true.
“Baroness, why do I feel like Cobra Commander is wearing a Bane mask and once again ripping off my style and screwing us over?”
In fact, as I write this, it has just happened that several people have been killed in a Dark Knight Rises premier in Colorado. Readers of this blog will be aware of Colorado being outlined in other films and in reality as a new, more secretive command base for various elite factions. Think of the Denver Airport and the Columbine events. The RT article states:
“Police say that the assailant initially opened a gas canister. Witnesses recounted hearing a hissing sound and smoke, and then the shooting started.
Some say that when they first heard the gunfire, they thought it was some new type of special effect.
“It was chaotic, it was surreal, it was like in a movie,” one of the witnesses told 9news Denver TV station. Read more of this post