Amazing Secrets in Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut: Jay Dyer on WOTR Radio

 

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4 Comments on Amazing Secrets in Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut: Jay Dyer on WOTR Radio

  1. james grey // June 30, 2016 at 4:34 pm // Reply

    I was reading through C.W. Leadbeaters book Hidden Life in Freemasonry and the construction of the First Temple in Jerusalem by King Solomon plays a big part in Masonic ritual. Deutronomy says a King is not to multiply horses, wives, gold or silver. The Bible says Solomon had 700 wives and collected 666 talents of gold each year. Basically a total jackass. Kings 1 says the wives turned Solomon to other Gods particularly the Sidonian God Ashtoreth who is a cognate for Ishtar the Babylonian sex god who dates back to another total asshole Nimrod, King of the original Babel. The symbol of Ishtar is the eight pointed star which is seen everywhere in Eyes Wide Shut. According to Gnostic and Rabbinical literature King Solomon had control over angels and demons which are the same thing depending on your point of view. An angel that helps your army is a demon for the opposition. This is where Qabalah the study of divine energy comes in – Qabalah means ‘reception’ – of this divine energy. This is the underlying philosophy for many magical societies such as the Rosicrutians. The 10 Sephirot on the tree of life represent the 10 angels in the angelic hierarchy and their powers, energy or emanations. What is not so well advertised by these maniacs is there is an opposite of this, the reverse, tree of death with 10 Qliphoth or ‘husks’ evil force ready to be recieved. btw Ian Fleming mother maiden name is Evelyn St Croix Rose. I cant believe the Brexit took place on St Johns day. What a total psyop.

    • james grey // July 1, 2016 at 11:03 am // Reply

      At Glastonbury music festival four days ago the headline act Coldplay perform songs by band Viola Beach. If you remember Viola Beach all died at once when their car mysteriously drove through a gap in an 60ft high bridge. If you saw the film Headhunters there is a similar scene. Watch this speech by Chris Martin to 135,000 people and tell me its not just a little bit creepy. Coldplay bring Viola Beach back to life on the pyramid stage with the Qabalah fruit of life symbol everywhere http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKXi3xBIuko

  2. Melponeme_k // July 1, 2016 at 2:02 pm // Reply

    Another interesting note on the class tensions you mentioned in the film.

    The interiors are highly revealing as many people have stated. The Harfords are striving for more elegance in their home. But there are wrong notes. The completely awful artwork that are leftovers from Alice’s failed gallery (no wonder it failed). There are chintzy little knick knacks all over especially in the Harford bedroom. But the one thing that screams Gauche are the fleur de lys style curtains. The background is wrong (red when supposed to be blue) and they look out of place.

    Go up a few steps on the social ladder at the Nathanson apartment and the decor is understated with more real touches of providence. But even there, we see a few wrong notes. The fleur de lys comes back in the room of the dead father. In this space it looks better and it is on the proper blue setting. However the look is ruined by really cheap faux Louis looking furniture that don’t look masculine but spinster aunt-ish.

    Where we don’t see the fleur de lys motif is in Domino’s apartment (so far down the totem pole she isn’t even aware of social trappings), the costume ball mansion and Ziegler’s apartment. In fact we only see works of the classical master painters at Zieglers and the mansion. Nothing like the awful pop art in Alice’s home. I wonder if she noticed the distinction? She didn’t seem knowledgeable about art at all since Szavost’s invitations seemed to have gone over her head. Another hint, she was giving Van Gogh books as Christmas gifts? We need to keep in mind the classical artwork in the upper aerie and conclude that Alice is clueless.

    • Hi Melponeme,

      On this level of Eyes Wide Shut, the level of social class hierarchy, here is a key essay that I read some years back about this particular level (among many others) upon which EWS is working.

      http://timkreider.com/introducing-sociology/

      Here’s another thing I once read that I like a lot about this film :

      « Eyes Wide Shut is indeed not simply about a relationship, it is about all of the outside forces and influences that define that relationship. It is about the eternal back-and-forth between the male and female principles in a confused and decadent modern world. Also, more importantly, it is about the group that rules this modern world – a secret elite that channels this struggle between the male and female principles in a specific and esoteric matter. The movie however does not spell out anything. »

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