Subliminal Messages and Hollywood

In addition to predictive programming, subliminal messages are another tool the Overlords use to program our subconscious mind. Chapter 6 of my book included several examples of subliminal messages found in popular movies. I would like to expand on this concept and talk about other movies which I feel are worth analyzing.

In X-Men: Apocalypse, the main villain in the movie, Apocalypse, is supposed to be a representation of Yaldabaoth, the false god of this world. The movie begins in ancient Egypt where Apocalypse is worshipped as a god and supreme ruler, very much similar to Amun-Ra. Coincidentally enough, in the movie trailer, Apocalypse says, “I have been called many things over many lifetimes; Ra, Krishna, Yahweh.” Those who have read my book know that these names are merely different aspects of Yaldabaoth, who is also Enki/Marduk. Apocalypse is resurrected, just like Osiris, and awakens in the modern world realizing that humanity has been led astray. He seeks to destroy the world and rebuild it, similar to God in the New Testament, as well as Shiva, the god in Hinduism who destroys the universe in order to recreate it. Apocalypse says, “You are all my children, and you’re lost, because you follow blind leaders. These false gods, systems of the weak, they’ve ruined my world no more.”

This is appropriate timing to be mentioning this quote in the midst of the 2020 Democratic National Convention. This, of course, is not to say that the Republican party is any better. But how many U.S. citizens will be watching this dog and pony show actually believing that any of these politicians have the American people’s best interest in mind? These are the types of individuals Apocalypse is referring to. Enki views humanity as his children, not only because he designed our physical bodies, but also because he knows the majority of us are mired in ignorance and depend on higher authoritative powers to lead us. He takes pride in playing the role of a father figure by enlightening us and freeing us from the bondage of ignorance, hence his connection to Lucifer. The only problem, of course, is that Enki is also a trickster and his alter ego is as bad as they come.

I was watching the movie The Mask the other day with my wife. It was my decision to want to watch the movie for no other reason than it was a movie I hadn’t seen since I was a kid, and I thought it would be worth rewatching. Little did I realize what subliminal gems were being hidden in this one. I wrote in my book about how Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was based off of the whole concept of a schizophrenic and dualistic false god who we know as Enki/Marduk. This was also retold in movies such as The Nutty Professor and The Mask. In the case of the latter, Jim Carrey finds a wooden mask and transforms into a green-faced trickster figure known as The Mask. I wrote about the significance of the Green Man in my book and how he is related to Pan and Osiris, who are both aspects of Enki. Sure enough, Jim Carrey discovers that the mask once belonged to Loki, the trickster god in Norse mythology, who is also another aspect of Enki. The antagonist in the movie eventually gets hold of the mask and turns into a malevolent green-faced man, thus symbolizing the transformation into Marduk.

The Fifty Names of Marduk, which can be found in the Enuma Elish, the Babylonian creation epic, is a composition of fifty different names associated with Marduk. These names each represented a different aspect of the pagan god. I would venture out on a limb to say that Fifty Shades of Grey was inspired by the Fifty Names of Marduk, because we’re again dealing with a character, in this case, Christian Grey, who has multiple facets to his personality similar to that of Yaldabaoth.

Hollywood sure has a funny way of getting the truth out while hiding it in plain sight at the same time. Of course, for anyone who’s awake, the subliminal messages become overly blatant to the point where you just have to shake your head and laugh. Say what you want about Enki, but he certainly has a twisted sense of humor. Sometimes, you got to give the devil his due.

Justin

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