June 11, 2010 7 Comments
The Stanley Kubrick film, 2001: A Space Odyssey was a visual and technical accomplishment, unparalleled at the time of its making. I recall watching it for the first time about 12 years ago in high school, and all that was apparent to me at the time was the concept of evolution towards an inevitable battle between man and machine. I watched it again several years later, and noticed gnostic elements that James B. Jordan had alluded to. Having watched again recently, much more was apparent to me, and it’s meaning is, in my analysis, Satanic. If you know about Arthur C. Clarke and Kubrick’s other films, it becomes clear why this is so.
But to 2001. In the first scene, we see an astronomical alignment, that, as I will seek to show, is ultimately of astrological import. Note that the sun is seen partially bright, and in the distance. And save yourself a lot of wasted time by avoiding the many youtube videos labelled “Kubrick” and “Illuminati,” which are shoddy, unstudied nonsense.