January 23, 2012 2 Comments
I noticed listening to the videos of the strange sounds that have been happening all over the globe, that in many instances they sound just like the Tripods in Spielberg’s version of War of the Worlds. Since this blog examines the interplay between fiction and reality in film and literature, this connection should not be tossed aside. And, to those who pay attention, it won’t be. When we consider the continuum that is the totality of the fictional world (including modern film especially, and the real world (which encompasses) the fictional, we see, as Umberto Eco has explained, a reciprocal relationship between the two.
Since those at the top have been aware of this for a long time, control of fiction and then foisting this into the real world is a tremendous tool of social engineering. In this instance, when we look at the fictional story, it is an apocalyptic alien story that is chosen because H.G. Wells was a globalist visionary who helped plan the coming New World Order. In the narrative, the aliens end up killing a good portion of the earth.
Population control is central to the elite plan, so it’s entirely possible that the populace is being told by the standard “hidden in plain sight” approach to look to H.G. Wells and the coming war of the worlds, which, has several levels of meaning. One one level, it’s a possible third world war, and on another level, the war of the elite against the masses, signifying a coming bio-release or some other mass weapon.
This then suggests a human origin to the sound for the purpose of psychological warfare and the engineering of an attitude of perpetual fear and paranoia. Psychological warfare is geared toward making the enemy lose in his mind first, before the battle begins or continues. In the film Hugo, there are all kinds of symbolic and esoteric messages being sent (an analysis is forthcoming), but one interesting element is that it takes place in Revolutionary France, and the focus of the revolutionary impetus converges in the film director. Read more of this post