Velikovsky was lambasted by both modern science and his contemporaries, but whatever his flaws, my suspicion is that he was rejected for three reasons: He utilized the Bible as a document that reported actual historical events, was critical of carbon dating, and held to an electromagnetic view of the universe, as opposed to Newtonian atomistic ideas. The slightest hint of any of those three ideas is enough to be rejected wholesale by modern “science,” which makes Velikovsky all the more interesting and worth considering, in my estimation. The Velikovsky archive can be found here. This is not a full endorsement on my part, but that the ideas are worth examination, due to the incoherence of modern dogmatic materialism.
The other book is Stapledon’s Star Maker, which scientistic illuminist Arthur C. Clarke considered one of the most important works of science fiction. Star Maker was written in 1937 and actually utilizes the theme of genetic engineering far ahead of its time, while Stapledon’s works would go on to influence other top British technocrats, such as H.G. Wells and Bertrand Russell. This confirms my thesis thesis that Invasion is specifically referencing genetic engineering and cross-species manipulation with the bizarre “dog-man” scene, as the books were obviously chosen as specific clues as to elucidate this point. Like Star Maker, Velikovsky too was interested in the idea of other lifeforms seeding our planet, a close adaptation of the theory others have called “panspermia.” While Invasion is not dealing with panspermia specifically, the allusions to it in the film and in the authors suggest an emergent, time-bound deus ex machina “creation,” in the least. In other words, all three are proffering the cryptocracy’s relatively recently-constructed mythology of man’s creation, manipulation and/or guidance by “space brothers.”
Like the space jockey of Ridley Scott’s Alien and Prometheus, the gnostic reconstruction of ancient mythology and science is a likely scenario for uniting the world under a global faux religion. In fact, panspermia has been promoted by top scientific luminaries, such Stephen Hawking, Sir Fred Hoyle and Francis Crick. There have been numerous hints at just this scenario, but here I am only speculating. Ironically, whether one accepts the existence of aliens or not, the actual outworking of the cryptocracy’s worldview, like the aliens in Invasion, looks strangely similar to the biblical description of the demonic. In Scripture, the demons seek to enslave man through mind control (possession), and the inducement to idolatry and self-destruction. Deuteronomy 32:16-18 reads:
“They provoked him to jealousy with strange gods, with abominations provoked they him to anger. They sacrificed unto devils, not to God; to gods whom they knew not, to new gods that came newly up, whom your fathers feared not. Of the Rock that begat thee thou art unmindful, and hast forgotten God that formed thee.”
And St. Paul writes in Ephesians 6:12:
“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”
What are we seeing in our day with the rise of the technocracy? The progress and utopia promised by the Fabians and Wells? On the contrary, the rise of the mass surveillance mind control pharmaceutical state, wherein the mind can be erased with new vaccines and pills, and new memories implanted. But it doesn’t stop there – there are now clones and genetically bred cross-species mutations, from spider goats, to pigs with human organs, to DARPA’s supersoldiers, cross-species engineering is now a reality. Sold to the masses in the same way the aliens convince San Francisco of their benevolent intentions, these advances, as well as cloning, are all the product of militarized warfare applications from giant black budget funding, not for the purpose of truly aiding the masses. The very fact they are developed through war research alone should be enough to demonstrate the usage of bio weapons, GMOs, etc., has nothing to do with kindly big brother growing you a replacement arm or downloading your mind into a thumb drive. In fact, the whole purpose of MKULTRA, ultimately, was how to use the techniques on the entire population. The endgame of all this is the destruction of humanity, and the mindset of the dark force behind the technocracy is total enslavement, death and destruction. In this regard, Invasion of the Body Snatchers is more revealing of the cryptocracy’s actual plans than most films. The shadow establishment really does want to snatch your body, harness your energy, and wipe your mind.