ESOTERIC HOLLYWOOD: Jay Dyer on Ghostbusters (Audio) & High Weirdness

Based on my article of the same name, I deconstruct the hidden message in the 80s phenomenon, Ghostbusters. “This world is wild at heart and weird on top.”
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4 Comments on ESOTERIC HOLLYWOOD: Jay Dyer on Ghostbusters (Audio) & High Weirdness

  1. Having not thought about Ghostbusters in 30 years (I was also a child of the 80’s), I applaud your fantastic analysis, and see no need to justify its selection for esoteric interpretation. It really is astonishing to revisit films from one’s youth and realize the amount of occult inculcation that took place. Whatever the intent on the part of the filmmakers’, Ghostbusters becomes yet another example of the ‘externalization of the hierarchy’ foreseen by the progenitors of the new age movement.

    As for people losing their minds on a mass scale, I’m reminded of the quote from G.K. Chesterton: “When a man stops believing in God he doesn’t then believe in nothing, he believes anything”. Indeed, with the ascendancy of materialism (and concomitant rejection of truth), societal submersion into solipsistic subjectivism becomes inevitable.

  2. james grey // July 8, 2016 at 8:22 am // Reply

    amazing analysis now you have to go and see the new Ghostbusters haha. I was watching The Exorcist (1973), google the author William Peter Blatty he was head of the Policy Branch of the USAF Psychological Warfare Division. This is where horror films come from.

      • james grey // July 8, 2016 at 8:39 am //

        William Peter Blatty autobiography, Which Way to Mecca, Jack? quote “a 500-pound sack of propaganda leaflets, if dropped from an altitude of 13,000 feet and provided it scored a direct hit, would drive one North Korean soldier approximately four feet into the ground.”

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