Wednesday, April 10, 2013


The following films are ones that have an entertainment value, but they are also revealing important secrets about the true reality of the world in which we live.
I have seen all of the movies mentioned multiple times (some of them a ridiculous amount of times) and if you are not familiar with an allegory, you need to have an open mind to realize and understand what it is trying to impart to you.
Keep in mind also that these were all big budget “Hollywood” productions and Hollywood is run by the same influence that control the rest of the planet so they won’t be a direct revelation or communication, but an indirect message buried below the shiny glamourous surface.
I hope you have a chance to see all of these.
The Wizard of Oz (1939): There is no place like home!
The Wizard of Oz (1939): There is no place like home! In this film that was released on August 25, 1939; Dorothy, her little dog Toto, a Man of tin, a Scarecrow, and a cowardly lion all travel down a “yellow brick” road (a symbol for gold and a value to our currency) to find the Great and Powerful Wizard of Oz is nothing more than a man behind a curtin speaking through a microphone and operating levers and knobs and switches to keep the illusion alive.
The Matrix (Mar. 31, 1999)
The Matrix (Mar. 31, 1999): Many people think that the matrix is about something external, but it is not external at all. It is simple, ths film is really trying to tell you that the matrix is actually US, providing energy to the system through our labor for a private commercial system that is actually owned and operated by the Bank of England.
The Truman Show (June 5, 1998)
The Truman Show (June 5, 1998):  Probably one of the best versions of a Man in the “house” that you could possibly find. The “house” is actually a physical place in this movie that Truman literally escapes. He makes a literal decision to get out of the house, and not be tied or teathered to their private system of merchant law. He had to be willing to give up his life to do it though.
Stranger Than Fiction (Oct. 5, 2006)
Stranger Than Fiction (Oct. 5, 2006): A great example of the relationship between the physical Man and the intangeable Person in his commercial capacity. 
K-PAX (Oct. 26, 2001)
K-PAX (Oct. 26, 2001): This is perhaps a more difficult movie to understand, but once you do realize what is going on and that you do have to dig into it it very well may end up being your favorite.
Fight Club (Oct. 15, 1999)
Fight Club (Oct. 15, 1999): If you watch this movie and actually listen to what is being said, they are really telling you basically how you SHOULD feel about this single serving life we live, and what they are really doing to you. But the majority of us are all programmed to accept and embrace it instead.
Idiocracy (Sept. 1, 2006)
Idiocracy (Sept. 1, 2006): This movie is supposed to be set in 2505 and is a prediction for humanity based on where we are headed currently. It is funny though a lot of the elements of this movie are not so far off in the distant future, you can see the evidence of commercial elitism everywhere, and since the people have no ability to think for themselves, they literally depend on merchant law for self responsibility.

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