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‘There’s a widely spread prejudice that George Lucas’ Star Wars trilogy is fundamentally – even exclusively – based on Joseph Campbell’s idea of monomyth. It is, we are told, primarily a portrait of “hero’s journey”, embodied in the exploits of Luke Skywalker, starting off on his path to achieve the maturity and spiritual accomplishment in a quite modernized, to the century of self(ish) appropriated, theory of ancient pedagogical method, intended to paint “the veritable image of truth” (Plato) when rational argument fails to express it.

Although Campbell’s influence is duly noted by Lucas and some other leading filmmakers of his generation, my intuition for some time was that there’s something more fundamental and at the same time more mundane to quasi-mythical subtext of Star Wars films.’

Read more: Suicide Bombers of the Galaxy: Puzzling Subtext of ‘Star Wars Rogue One’


‘The logoi become a unifying, objective metaphysical principle in the divine Person of the Logos. This is why Genesis 1 describes God speaking and creating through His Logos. What is interesting about the recent philosophically-focused science fiction film Arrival is that, while scratching and floundering around in the dark, it hits upon this issue – and predictably provides an incoherent, inconsistent solution, as we will see.

Arrival is a film about language and meaning, and ultimately about the Tower of Babel, with the author of the film’s story also penning “Tower of Babel.” In modern philosophy, the dismissal of metaphysics was replaced with linguistic philosophy, where endless questions and disputes about how words can “mean,” when words are socially constructed symbols becomes a loop of circular contradictions, much like the alien language in the film.’

Read more: Arrival (2016) – The Film’s Secret Meaning Explained


‘The weekend ratings are out, and they aren’t good news for Leonardo DiCaprio’s Global Warming Epic ‘Before the Flood‘, which we reviewed yesterday on WUWT. Showbuzz Daily has listed the top 150 TV and Cable programs for the weekend, and in ‘the hottest year ever’, discussing the ‘most important topic ever’, Before the Flood came in at #61 for the weekend.

I mean, who wouldn’t want to tune in and have a jet-setting actor-millionaire, a government handout beneficiary, a Pope, the globe-trotting Secretary of State, the lame-duck president, the ‘Horndog-in-Chief” and the leader of the U.N. come on for 96 minutes and berate you for doing things like driving your car, eating hamburgers, and just not caring enough about the planet like they do while looking down on us from their private planes?’

Read more: Dismal ratings for DiCaprio’s Global Warming Epic ‘Before the Flood’ – beaten by ‘Bubble Guppies’


‘HBO’s Westworld’s two trailers that capture the storyline:

The analogy of the creatures of Westworld existing as animals for the work and pleasure of “hidden masters” is relatively easy to present, document, and prove to anyone with intellectual integrity and moral courage to escape their programming.’

Read more: Westworld: A-list $100 million story of ‘human livestock’ used for ‘violent delights’ becoming aware of their slavery to hidden .01% ‘programmers’

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‘I have only analyzed two John Carpenter films, Big Trouble in Little China and Prince of Darkness (while Branko Malic covered The Thing), but it’s admittedly absurd to have not covered They Live! on a site dedicated to deep state connections and film. For most of the audience, the meaning and message of They Live! will likely be obvious, but aspects of the film may have been missed and as our world spirals more and more into total insanity, Carpenter’s classic is becoming more and more of a reality – we really are living in a dystopic B sci-fi film!’

Read more: ‘THEY LIVE!’ – An Esoteric Film Analysis


‘The speedy, steady slide of the arts into total degeneracy as a form of weaponized chaos descends like lightning speed in the West. This devolution and digression into post-post-modern non-meaning and madness is pre-eminently exemplified in the latest from Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn, of Drive (2011) fame. Refn’s Neon Demon is basically Mulholland Drive taken to the next level of depravity, and revamped from the rapacious world of Hollywood to high fashion.

Since these two worlds often overlap, Refn’s film is a window into the fact that Madison Avenue and its bourgeoisie, globo-decadence and anti-aesthetic are social engineering tools as much as Hollywood. (This connection is likely, given Refn’s obvious Lynchian influence in his incoherent 2013 film, Only God Forgives).’

Read more: Cannibal Culture: Neon Demon (2016) Esoteric Analysis


‘The immensely popular series Stranger Things puts in the forefront of popular culture the disturbing world of MKULTRA, mixed with a heavy those of fantasy and science fiction. Through its story and symbolism, the series tell a deeper truth about its subject matter, one that not many might believe or accept. We’ll look at the deeper meaning of Stranger Things.’

Read more: The True Story and the Hidden Symbolism Behind ‘Stranger Things’


‘The last Star Trek reboot saw Benedict Cumberbatch as Kahn, the berserk super soldier who was angry about the “Federation” doing some such nefarious thing to his people group. This installment included curious references to false flags which I detailed here.

Before that, in the initial reboot, there was an angry alien who attacked the Federation over his tribal group being shat upon (or, Shatnered upon!).

So, for the third time in a row, we have roughly the same plot of dispossessed discontent tribalists and unique people groups who become terrorists when their way of life is encroached upon by the United Nations, er, NATO, er, New World Order, er…Federation.’

Read more: Propaganda: Star Trek Beyond – Social Justice Warriors in Space


‘A hyper-real vision of America serves as a stark backdrop for Hollywood’s social science fiction horror film, The Purge: Election Year.

The Purge: Election Year (2016) is the third installment of the ‘Purge’ film franchise, arriving on screen just in time for the hotly contested 2016 presidential election between presumptive nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

The film’s recent release also hit theaters prior to a wave of bizarre shootings and street protests now gripping the nation, something which we’ll discuss in greater detail later on in this article.’

Read more: Scars and Strife: ‘The Purge Election Year’ Agitprop, Change Agents & False Left–Right Statecraft