Symbolism of the esoteric variety, is willfully placed in high budget works of entertainment and intended to be understood by a small group of individuals capable of recognizing and interpreting the hidden meaning or occult symbolism depicted. Various films, television programs, and even sci-fi fantasy (such as the Star Wars saga) will feature interior or hidden elements including: Numerology, Metaphors & Allegories, and Illuminati or Esoteric Symbolism.
RED VS BLUE – SYMBOLISM MEANING IN STAR WARS
When an ancient Egyptian died his soul would enter the hall of judgment, this according to the ‘Book Of The Dead’, an ancient Egyptian funerary text. From the underworld (duat) the soul of the dead would be met by several gods, during which the deceased would pour out his heart by reciting 42 negative confessions, or sinful acts which the deceased states he did not commit while alive. Here the number 42 represents the afterlife and the balance of a circular eternity (or everlasting justice), where 4 multiplied by 2 equals 8 – thus the looping number eight is equated with the concept of forever and the all important occult number 42.
The numerical pattern of 8 is oft linked to a concept known as ‘Perpetual Return’, or also as ‘Eternal Recurrence’, a belief that states the universe and all that exists within it are recurring forces, which along with time, have happened an infinite number of sets and will continue to ‘repeat forever’ in a cyclical time pattern. This is why author Douglas Adams chose the number 42 in “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy”, a number which is the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything. Douglas Adams likely meant this number as a ‘joke’, however Adams was also quite familiar with the occult as well as religious theories. The concept of life repeating endlessly is shown in films such as “Groundhog Day”, “Arrival”, “Edge of Tomorrow”, and in the Demonic-Alien possession film K-Pax.
In the Egyptian hall of judgment , a departed soul meets with the gods to plead his case of 42 negative confessions. During this confession the deceased would have his red heart weighed against the blue ostrich feather of the goddess Ma’at on a scale of justice. If his heart were too heavy (filled with inequity and sin) then his soul would be fed to a demon and his spirit would cease to exist. If his red heart equals exactly the weight of the blue feather, the gods would allow him safe passage into the afterlife. Thus the Red Vs. Blue occult trope was conceived and is of course used often, without the knowledge of the general public.
SITH = RED / JEDI = BLUE
In the realm of the Star Wars saga, the villainous Sith wield a red colored lightsaber while the Jedi wield a blue or green colored lightsaber (with some modern exceptions to this rule). In this manner the color tropes are thus applied toward the personality of the user, and given a color of choice that suits their disposition the mythos has come to involve the use of crystals to meet these ends.
“As lightsaber crystals didn’t make their appearance in Star Wars mythos until later, the color difference between Jedi and Sith lightsabers was originally thought to reflect the personality of the wielder. This erroneous viewpoint was even supported by the comic book adaptation of Return of the Jedi, which depicted Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber emitting a red blade when Vader ignited it.
While the idea that lightsaber blade colors reflected the personality of the wielders was eventually corrected, red crystals weren’t actually established to be synthetic in nature until the release of Star Wars Insider 62 in 2002…” – Star Wars Wikia
Color Red Symbolism
In occult terms the color red is representative of emotions and fire. The color is often said to symbolize power, hate, warning, or death. Various groups use the color red in association with fire and blood (so-called passions), while the color is also symbolic of war and the planets Mars and Saturn for esoteric means. The color red is also known as a warm color and is oft used in connection with images of hell and Satan.
“The expression seeing red indicates anger and may stem not only from the stimulus of the color but from the natural flush (redness) of the cheeks, a physical reaction to anger, increased blood pressure, or physical exertion. It represents power, hence the red power tie for business people and the red carpet for celebrities and VIPs (very important people).
Flashing red lights denote danger or emergency. Stop signs and stop lights are red to get the drivers’ attention and alert them to the dangers of the intersection. In some cultures, red denotes purity, joy, and celebration. Red is the color of happiness and prosperity in China and may be used to attract good luck.” – Color Selection Red
Color Blue Symbolism
In occult terms the color blue is representative of personality and water. The color is often said to symbolize emotion, balance, water, or change. Various groups use the color blue in association with mood and royal blood (so-called blue bloods), while the color is also symbolic of planets Jupiter and Mercury for esoteric means. The color blue is also known as a cool color and is oft used in connection with images of rivers or streams.
RED VS BLUE IN POLITICS
The choice of ties and suits for figures in the political spectrum, is often done so for the purpose of esoteric messages or hidden meaning. Now the general public will always remain unaware of the meaning of symbolism and are quite ignorant of any color tropes. The red tie, like that worn by President Trump during the 2017 inauguration, is often paired with a counterpart donning the blue tie in order to complete the duality of occult symbolism. While the hands of political figures usually indicate motions known as ‘Hand Mudra’, a type of hex enchanting hand sign given while the figure of import is either speaking or contemplating.
For his inauguration on Jan. 20, President Donald Trump wore a red tie with his dark suit, while outgoing President Barack Obama donned a blue tie. Their wives wore the reverse, with Michelle Obama in a red dress and Melania Trump wearing a powder blue ensemble. – Robert Roy Britt
The red tie alludes to fire and power and the ability to rule via passion or the heart. While the blue tie may allude to the balance of water (very often this color is shown around a ‘Grace’ figure/person, as in biblical ‘mercy & grace’) and the ability to rule via justice, and truth, which often includes a faith based position such as Christianity.
Politicians are not alone in using the color trope of Red Vs. Blue, numerous occultist use the practice to showcase esoteric ideals, a theme which is repeated in film, television, and advertisement.
Facts To Consider :
1.) The Red Vs Blue Trope Originated Within The Egyptian Religion And Is Used Today For Esoteric or Occult Purposes
2.) In Honor Of The Occult, The Elite Will Always Don Apparel Which Alludes To The Magic Color Trope of Red Vs Blue
MEANING OF THX 1138
THX 1138 was a 1967 dystopian future film directed by George Lucas while attending the University of Southern California film school. Lucas later re-made the film in 1971 with a larger budget and starring Robert Duvall and Donald Pleasence. According to Lucas, the alpha numeric pattern was chosen for its aesthetic qualities, as well as for being the last four digits of Lucas phone number in college: 1138.
According to Walter Murch, sound editor on THX 1138, the letters THX were intended to be symbolic of the word “sex“, while two additional names in the film ‘LUH and SEN’, correspond to the words “love” and “sin” respectively. Since 1973 Lucasfilm has referenced the number 1138 in a series of Easter eggs appearing in video games and movies. Star Wars films have each had the number or words displayed as well and likely will show up in The Last Jedi.
Star Wars Order 66
In the Star Wars saga, the use of the number 66 is applied to a hidden mandate, Order 66, which caused the clone soldiers of the Grand Army of the Republic to turn against and murder their Jedi Knight commanders. This is a common example of 66 numerology that is used in the mainstream that the general public will NEVER be made aware. The word “curse” is the Simple Gematria equivalent to the number 66. The Clone Army of the Star Wars saga were implanted with a bio-chip that altered their mind (thus cursing or enchanting them) to view the “good Jedi” as threats, while secretly the “evil Sith Lord” Palpatine was behind the conspiracy.
Order 66 marked the end of the Jedi Knights, forcing the few survivors into exile, while they awaited a New Hope. This fall of the Jedi would also witness the great Anakin Skywalker turn from good to evil, in the form of Darth Vader. The name Anakin is an allegory for the term Anakim, which were a race of giants that existed in pre-history, this according to all ancient Mesopotamian sources.
In the Star Wars saga Darth Vader hunted down and murdered the Jedi. According to mythology & legend, King Nimrod (himself a giant known as Gilgamesh) hunted down and killed the remaining giants in the Summer mythologies. In these legends the giants were said to be a destructive force, ever lusting to taste of human flesh. Humanity was forced to feed these giants on the flesh and blood of their tribe, however, after discovering that pig was a viable substitute for man they tricked the giants into eating swine. The giants, unable to tell the difference between pork and men, so began the conception that pig was “unclean”, as this animal was too close in comparison to human flesh and blood.
To conclude, mystery school religions and groups of upper elite magicians are often found using the number scheme of 6 or 66 in order to invoke the so-called powers of the air, whether to bring them material wealth: Route 66, Philips 66, Motel 6, Wal-Mart (the logo of which is a six-pointed star), or to curse: Order 66, Sinister 6. The hex-craft pattern of applying the number 6 and 66 in popular culture is almost always in place.
According to esoteric tradition, the numbers 6, 66, and 666 are what constitute a pathway for hex-craft or spiritual magic to be performed as a “charming” tool for both hexing and enchanting. Various adherents to the practices of magika (type of divining magic), such as found in mystery religions or cult-based witchcraft, utilize the number 66 during ritual number divining (channeling). Other groups such as the neo-Pagans or modern Freemasons use the number as a means for material gain – as seen in the occult use of Route 66.
STAR WARS THE LAST JEDI FILM REVIEW
SPOILER ALERT – DO Not READ Unless You Want To Have The Film Spoiled!
STAR WARS THE LAST JEDI Introducing The Illuminati
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Episode 8 is ABOUT the Illuminati. Star Wars The Last Jedi is the only film in the saga to introduce the Illuminati. We are given an allegory in the film regarding the ‘casino planet’, the representation of the hidden hand behind all the evils of this ongoing war, controlled via these rich and powerful ‘Space Illuminati’ living on a luxury planet of vast wealth and gambling. Bit Coin even makes its space appearance in this film.
The Last Jedi destroys the value of the morality play the Star Wars saga built around the classic good VS evil trope by showcasing an allegory for the modern post Bavarian Illuminati. In the film we are told repeatedly that there is no difference between a blue politico or a red one. The red vs blue symbolism in Star wars had come to represent the passion and strength of the Sith, shown via red symbolism, and the lightness of good shown via the blue and green colors of the Jedi. Here in the film the coalition of the Rebel resistance and the First Order are being manipulated by the same evil forces in places of upper tier wealth that we have in our reality. This is also a hidden stab at Disney the powerful company now behind Star Wars. Canto Bight is the name of the Illuminati world.
Worst Star Wars Film In Saga
For those of us that enjoyed the mythos and substance of the Star Wars saga, The Last Jedi is clearly the worst film in the series. It gets everything wrong about the Jedi and their mindset, the tangibles such as the power of faith and hope. If you like mindless space battles and zero substance you will enjoy this film.
The film opens with an attack on the resistance space fleet led by General Hux of the First Order. General Leia Skywalker and pilot Poe Dameron have conceived a plan to stall Hux from destroying the Rebel transport. Poe mans his single X-Wing towards the ship of Hux and opens up communications. This gives enough time for Poe to destroy the gun towers of a large Dreadnought space vessel. With the cannons destroyed, several large slow moving bombers arrive to blow up the Dreadnought, against the wishes of Leia.
Why were the Rebel bombers so slow? Why not add turbo thrusters or space boosters to them? The bombers moving at a snails pace are all blown up, except one piloted by the sister of Rebel fighter Rose Tico. The lone bomber manages to destroy the Dreadnought, and the Rebel fleet escapes briefly. Supreme leader Snoke and Hux follow the Rebel fleet through hyperspace. The absent minded Rebel fleet forgot they needed space fuel and wind up being destroyed one by one as their ships simply run out of space gas.
Luke Skywalker Looses His Faith / Reduced To An Idiot
Meanwhile on the island planet of Ach-To, Rey meets a dumbed down version of Luke Skywalker. R2-D2 shows up briefly. Chewbacca roars. The Porgs, puffin-like alien bird creatures, are the same type of nuisances as the Mynocks, which were a species of bat-like parasites introduced in Empire Strikes Back that chewed on the Falcon. Did anyone see the other Star Wars films? Porgs = Mynocks.
By the way, Luke is an idiot in the Last Jedi. By Return of the Jedi, Luke had become wise and powerful in the ways of the Force and was clearly on the level of balanced insight that his master Obi-Wan and Yoda had achieved. The Luke Skywalker in Last Jedi has been reduced to a hermit without purpose. He lives amongst a Jedi temple island with relics of the Jedi religion in hopes that one day he will die along with the memory of the Jedi. Stupid. Rey wants to be trained maybe. She just wants to know her purpose in life mostly. So idiot Luke tells her no at first. Then he notices she can sense the force and decides to train her. This actually goes against Star Wars canon in that the age of Rey is past that of Luke in Empire. Yoda was reluctant to train Luke at first. Oh well, this is a convoluted mess of a film anyway.
Luke kinda trains Rey and she seems to just pick up everything without any explanation. “Breathe just breath”, somehow turns Rey into a Force wielding Jedi pupil. Who really trained Rey? If I walked through time into a martial arts class led by instructor Bruce Lee and he tells me “Be more like water my friend,” am I suddenly able to achieve the same martial arts ability has that master? No!? Then why in the world is Rey so good without much of any training?
Kylo Ren Mind Text Messages Rey Almost Kills His Mom
Meanwhile aboard a knock-off Super Star Destroyer vessel, Kylo Ren is clowned on by Snoke who wants Ren to get mad and destroy his helmet/mask, which he does. Kylo takes his cool looking spacecraft and flies toward the Rebel fleet but hesitates with shooting his moms spaceship. Leia gets blown out into space but magically survives the explosion, and the part about being in space and all, Force power flies herself back aboard her ship. Head scratching wow….this movie is bad.
Hi Rey Its Me, Kylo Ren. What Up Girl?
Kylo Ren – Hey Rey its me, Kylo Ren. Yo what up girl. I know I’m like such a bad boy and all but maybe you dig that about me so maybe you can change me if we hook up.
Rey – You’re a jerk.
Kylo Ren – No way. Luke is a jerk. My uncle tried to kill me because he didn’t like how awesome I am.
Kylo Ren and Rey mind text each other back and forth and Kylo at some point is walking around without a shirt on and Rey tells him to get on some clothing. Horrible. Rey finds out from Luke that he for a brief moment thought about killing Kylo but didn’t. He only felt a lot of dark side inside Kylo, but didn’t want to hurt his nephew. Kylo saw Luke about to hurt him and knocked Luke out cold with some force power blast. Then went to Lukes Jedi temple and killed all the other students. Bummer. Though not shown in the film. Rey tells Luke she needs to go comfort Kylo Ren so he can be a good boy, she felt/saw in a vision that Kylo is going be all goody good if she meets him in person.
Finn Wakes Up Heads With Rose Tico To Illuminati World
Finn comes out of his space coma and tries to locate Rey. He is thwarted in his efforts to get back to Rey, in the process he meets Rose and they decide to go to planet Cantonica – aka Illuminati World. This side plot in order to meet a hacker, eventually played by Benicio del Toro, who can untrack the doomed fleet and allow them safe passage to get away even though the fleet is low on space fuel and they are very near some old Rebel hideout planet. Did I mention this movie is convoluted?
How Did The First Order Appear??? Space Illuminati Did It
Just like in real life, the wealthy upper tier powers that be are the ones pulling the strings on a huge scale. The space Illuminati hang out in casinos and spend Bit-coin space money all day long because they can. They are secretly stoking the fires of the Rebels and the First Order in an effort to keep ongoing endless wars bringing in the big bucks. Notice how they have on the Free Mason black and white? These are the real enemy in this version of Star Wars.
Edit Edit Edit
Do you recall how certain scenes in Phantom Menace would drag on? The Last Jedi is like that, only worse. Scenes happen that really don’t need to. Adywan would have created a masterful job of editing this mess.
Idiot Luke Gets Dumber
Back on Ach-To bitter, dumb, and idiotic, Luke figures that if he burns down the Jedi force tree and some ancient writings that the Jedi and their religion will cease. Stupid. Luke pulls out a space lighter and attempts to burn down stuff when force ghost Yoda shows up. Yoda blows up the tree himself with lightening. Luke and Yoda sit down and Yoda reminds Luke of the lesson he already knew from ESB, physical matters not but spirit is forever. Luke is wise in Return of the Jedi why is he such an idiot here? Oh…. Disney is attempting to ruin the Star Wars legacy forged by Lucas and make a new trilogy off their new horrid stale characters. Got it.
Snoke Faces Rey
This scene is pretty intense. Snoke and Rey go back and forth in a case of verbal sparing. This whole scene is epic and frustrating.
A few more battles and near escapes and the film finally ends at long last. Fom this episode we learn very little. This convoluted mess really drags on. It manages to kill off several old school characters in the process. Lucas should have gone ahead and made episodes 7,8,9, to complete his saga. Disney did his creation a disservice. They could have paired him with JJ Abrams, Spielberg, and Kasdan. I hated Last Jedi.