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PostSubject: Hollywood reality co-creation and etheric incubation of terrorism.   Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:49 am

I really enjoyed V for Vendetta when I saw it at the movie and felt elated, just as I did with the movie Fight Club, by the ending where a symbol of the power elite is destroyed...

Then I thought...

And I remembered something about Fight-Club. A movie about an underground network whose prime directive is not to talk about their organisation and whose leader undergoes an intense initiation experience and incidentally, suffered from MPD...

Do you see what I'm getting at now?

By the end of the movie we are presented with a terrorist attack, which we cheer on as supposing that this will bring the freedom from materialism we all desire..

A terrorist attack on the financial centre of the country..

Two years later we have 9-11... a terrorist attack on the financial centre of the country

Similarly in V for Vendetta we have an initiatory experience where the Evey symbolically 'dies' and is reborn. Classic secret society stuff which will have any watching Masons nodding in comprehension. By the end we also find ourselves cheering another terrorist attack. One that we imagine will bring freedom to our lives..

Of course the reality of an attack on parliament would mean that democracy and elected government would be replaced by martial law. Problem reaction solution.

Now, if you can imagine that the occult powers know how powerful the visualising ability of the human mind is at creating reality... Every invention, tool and object in the real world started as just an idea in someone's mind until that idea became real.. Similarly, a terrorist attack starts as an idea and if fed with concentration and intent, becomes real..

Did the public who watched Fight Club and approved of the ending subconsciously shape the reality of 9-11. Or was the movie, at the very least, preparing the ground in some sense for just such an event. The coincidences are too significant and when one understands a little more about the nature of reality one learns that there are no coincidences only meaningful events which show a hidden power behind the working of our daily lives.

Could V for Vendetta then, be attempting to pave the way for another terrorist attack, this time against the British government which would seal the fate of our nation and usher in suspension of the democratic process and the police state..

I will add that the film is made by the same brothers who made Matrix.. And, although that film is extremely empowering and enjoyable, it is a description of the secret society initiatory experience or 'illumination'. This becomes very much clearer when one considers the Illuminati cues such as 'Zion' and 'the architect' which feature in the film...

Odd isn't it.. Are these films really trojan horses which hide in the guise of waking up the people but in fact help to create the NWO agenda..

It is worth considering..

Friend of mine gave me the following link about V for Vendetta:

http://www.wingtv.net/thorn2006/vendetta2.html wrote:


But the real powerful symbolism in this movie is found in the two buildings that are blown up: the Old Bailey and the English Parliament. The Old Bailey represents conmon law, the very foundation of democracy and the freedoms that we enjoy today in western countries (especially those nations whose laws are based on English common law, i.e., England, Canada, the U.S., Australia and New Zealand in particular, but including as well all the commonwealth countries such as India).

Very thought provoking and just goes to show how complicated the deception is... they really mean to have us wishing for the NWO... even the 'rebels'.

And I really do believe that Fight Club is partially responsible for 9-11.

Every reality that manifests outisde must first be created in the mind..

Something which will affect an enormous amount of people must have some kind of global acceptance...

There are rules that the tyrants and murderers who rule us must obey. Find those rules and start to take the reins of reality back...

The amount of money involved behind Hollywood movies means that they are very striclty controlled.

A movie which seeks to dismantle the very system which funded it would be like Turkeys voting for an early Christmas. Unless it's to dismantle that system and replace it with a NWO.

It's all subtle programming. The only way to make programming work is for people to accept it.

It's a known fact that someone who does not want to be hypnotised cannot be hypnotised.

Therefore Hollywood has to make people WANT to be hypnotised and accept the programming.

In a similar way, there are many of these films whose intent it is to make you question, not just reality, but if you're really 'alive' at all.

This may seem incredibly far out but consider that anything that can create uncertainty in your mind and a feeling of confusion, is disempowering you and removing your grasp on reality making people easier to control.

Three other very potent recent examples would be Jacob's Ladder, a film which goes out of its way to cause confusion and shock the viewers, the main idea being 'how would you know if you were really alive?'. Similarly The 6th Sense echoes this theme. 'For all you know you could be dead!' and Vanilla Sky.

These films are little more than mass mini-initiations into the so called mysteries. Creating mental confusion, uncertainty which will eventually lead to certain suggestible people perhaps accepting a dangerous delusion as reality... I do believe however that there can be positive delusions..but we live in a world where we have seen the fruit of the secret society network and it is indeed fairly rotten.

I believe that their goal for mankind is that we all undergo a spiritual transformation, a luciferic initiation experience or illumination.. Perhaps in another thread I will focus on this in more detail.

I wonder if anyone can think of any more films which could be seen to be implanting harmful delusions into the public mind. The film media is a so much more powerful and effective means of mind control when one considers that while watching films one is in a mild alpha wave trance..

I just noticed that recently there has been lots of these 'what is real' type movies. Quite as if conforming to some 'programme' for the human race.

Some people are being changed too, the whole world is being changed and it's all down to Hollywood.

http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/review.cfm?rtype=8

URI DOWBENKO wrote:
When you see Fight Club, you'll have "front row seats for the theater of destruction."

Ostensibly a movie about underground ultimate fighting, Fight Club is actually an externalized psychodrama and the best illustration of the internal workings of an MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder) victim ever made.

Narrated by the wimpy antihero (Edward Norton), Fight Club begins as the savage Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) forces a gun into his mouth. The rest of the movie is an extended flashback until the end, as the Narrator in a deadpan voice-over describes his life in a nightmarish first person rant.

The super-alienated Narrator works as a zombified analyst for a big car company. He suffers from insomnia, and a doctor, in a spoof of new age medicine, tells him to chew some valerian and get some rest.
Since his bean-counter job is to figure out how many customer deaths will warrant a product recall, he spends the rest of his time compulsively ordering home furnishings for his apartment.

Driven by his consumer cult addiction, he starts attending support group meetings to counteract his anomie. "Losing all hope is freedom," says the Narrator. "I became addicted to groups," he continues, visiting a different 12-step group every night. There he meets a fellow traveler like himself, the chain-smoking spiky-haired Marla (Helena Bonham Carter).

Later on a plane, he meets Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), who wears retro-seventies clothes and has a Woody Woodpecker haircut himself. Tyler sneers at him and his meaningless lifestyle, adding "you have a kind of sick desperation in your laugh."

When his apartment is blown up, he moves into Tyler's place. It looks like a crack house, a dilapidated war-zone mansion with cracked ceilings and a flooded basement. "I didn't know if he owned it or if he was squatting," he quips.

Tyler makes liposuction-based soap which he sells to toney boutiques, or as he put it, "we were selling the women their fat asses back to them."

All night, meanwhile, the boys have organized an underground bare knuckle boxing club with other disaffected youth. The Narrator says, "every evening I died and every evening I was born again."

It's S&M Chic with homoerotic undertones. Black and Blue Psycho-Boys beat each other till they drop.

"'In Tyler we trust' was their motto," says the Narrator.

As a mind controlled cult leader with "franchises" in every major city, the skinhead followers prepare for Project Mayhem, a plan to blow-up the infrastructure of American life.

"What's the difference between performance art and sabotage?" is the question. The house itself has become a Death Cult War Room.

According to recovered survivors of mind control, Fight Club is the story of someone who discovers he has so-called Janus-End Times Programming.

The Ed Norton character is a "sleeper," a programmed mind control victim, triggered to perform certain activities of chaos, disruption and murder, AKA Project Mayhem in the film.

"Rule Number One," says the Brad Pitt character in the movie. "Nobody talks about Fight Club." The subtext is simple -- nobody talks about mind control -- especially as a causative agent of "random violence" in America today.

The Brad Pitt role itself is the raging "alter," one of the split-off personalities, which characterizes MPD, renamed DID, or Dissociative Identity Disorder.

According to DSM IV, the psychiatrists' guide to mental disease, DID is characterized by "the presence of two or more distinct personality states that recurrently take control of behavior. There is an inability to recall important personal information, the extent of which is too great to be explained by ordinary forgetfulness. The disturbance is not due to the direct physiological effects of substance or a general medical condition."(p.484)

The technology of trauma-based mind control programming has advanced rapidly since Nazi "doctor" Josef Mengele conducted research on thousands of twins and other hapless victims in Germany during World War II.

Known as "The Angel of Death," Mengele was one of many military scientists and medical researchers secretly exfiltrated into the US, where they continued to practice their black arts.

"Ed Norton's insomnia represents his 'unknown' activities," says Annie McKenna, in a recent e-mail interview. She is the author of "Paperclip Dolls," a first-hand account of mind control abuse, the atrocities she underwent, and her subsequent therapy and recovery (http://www.paperclipdolls.com).

McKenna says she was stunned by the accurate portrayal of MPD and mind control programming in the movie.

"I think the most important message [for me] was that the rage alter [represented by Brad Pitt] taking over was not going to happen to me... I found it was very intense message and ending," she continues. "That part where the Ed Norton character realized his insomnia was actually because he was being Tyler, instead of sleeping, was so real. I wonder if the author knew how real that was."

"The movie was about Brad Pitt (the rage alter) slowly taking over the formerly dominant personality," writes McKenna. "And look what it related to -- organized armies and destruction. Like New World Order stuff. It was very intense programming that was planned for the year 2000."

McKenna says she doesn't know if this programming is peculiar to Project Monarch victims or if it's Illuminati programming. "I just know I got two messages and I don't know if one is a cover for the other," she continues. "One is self-destruction, but usually accompanied by taking others with us."

"This you have been seeing in the news all over the country, but I'm sure mainstream America would have a hard time seeing that as programmed mind control victims. The second message is a job in the New World Order."

"This was the meaning of Project Monarch," says McKenna, referring to the infamous government mind control project. "Birth to death programming, 'death' being the end of 'me' whoever 'me' was when the programming took over, and new alters took over the conscious self, responding to automatic pilot programming."

"The end is so unsettling because the Norton character tries to commit suicide, part of the year 2000 programming, but he survives. Unfortunately his alter completed the NOW mission he had [blowing up the buildings]. So it was a totally ironic ending," says McKenna.
Ed Norton's character undergoes a PF (Programming Failure). It occurs "when the programming doesn't take, or a person goes psychotic, so you have to put them down" says another former mind control programmer.

Fight Club director David Fincher (Alien 3, Seven and The Game) is obviously gearing up to do the next US Army recruiting commercials. Who else could capture the S&M fantasies of military life? The fascist rituals of shaving hair and institutional brutality have never been so lovingly filmed.

In "Meet Joe Black," Brad Pitt played Death. In "Fight Club," he plays the Antichrist, spewing Satanic Zen lines like, "If our fathers could do what they did [abandoning their children], what does that tell you about God?"

His character, a multipersonality alter, is raging at the mind control atrocities and the perpetrators that created his system.

Interestingly enough, Edward Norton's first big role was in "Primal Fear." He played a psychopathic former altar boy accused of murdering a Chicago archbishop. Richard Gere played the attorney who defended him very successfully.

Fight Club is a movie about mind control. Think Raising Cain on bad acid. Or an ironic hip update of A Clockwork Orange.

It's also a ceremonial psychodrama, intent on the engineering of the mind, as seemingly normal individuals are transformed into mind-controlled robotic assassin-bombers.

Will it trigger other "sleepers" to fulfill their "tasking"? Only time will tell.

But the final explosion, which blows up the Century City skyline of L.A., is like an Illuminati slap in the face.

No matter how many mind control survivors get deprogrammed -- the Illuminati are telling you -- there will always be somebody that comes through and fulfills his or her "project" for the New World Order.

Fight Club lets you peek into a secret world. It ain't pretty, but the next time you hear about a lone nut assassin or a lone nut bomber -- Think Mind Control.

(This review is available in "Hoodwinked: Watching Movies with eyes Wide Open" by Uri Dowbenko. For more information, see http://www.conspiracydigest.com)

what happens when people start committing terrorist acts like the film advocates?

Destroying the last vestige of democracy is perhaps not the best idea...

Hello police state...

I wish it wasn't the case either because I was really taken along by that movie...

But isn't that the point of propaganda?

Since the days of Eisenstein and Riefenstahl....

These guys are smart cookies, they know how to push our buttons..


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