Red Vs Blue Occult Symbolism
Symbolism of the esoteric variety, is willfully placed in 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 logos will feature interior elements, carefully hidden messages, which may include deeper meaning of an occult or allegorical nature.
The following Gematria study will attempt to analyze the various meanings and symbols attached to the Red Vs. Blue phenomenon.
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
Colors hold significance for people around the world. Not only do colors supposedly influence emotion, but they also hold meaning in religion and various cultures. Thus red is thought to convey a number of emotions that are displayed through the color. Here is a list of emotions thought to be shown through this color.
Red: Excitement, energy, passion, love, desire, speed, strength, power, heat, aggression, danger, fire, blood, war, violence, all things intense and passionate.
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. The emotion of ‘feeling blue’ was represented via the blue colored character of ‘Sadness’ in the Pixar film ‘Inside Out’, while the red colored emotion was displayed through the character of “Anger”. Here is a list of emotions thought to be shown through the color blue:
Blue: Peace, tranquility, cold, calm, stability, harmony, unity, trust, truth, confidence, conservatism, security, cleanliness, order, loyalty, sky, water, technology, sadness.
The basic four elements are given a color coded model which all occultist and adepts of the esoteric scheme make use. Below the illustration of the 6 letter colored pattern of “Google”, is provided. The first two letters consist of the colors blue and red, indicative of the occult trope known as “Red Vs. Blue”. The four remaining letters consist of the colors of the four elements. These colors are: yellow for air, blue for water, green for earth, and red for fire. The 6 letter name Google was chosen specifically to indicate the power of hex-craft, or the ability to enchant users under use of the service. While the Google chrome logo was crafted to induce the pattern of three sixes, or classic 666 symbolism.
Google “Four Elements” Color Symbolism & 666 Logo
It might be that colors are assigned to letters according to whether their positions represent a prime number or don’t. Thus letters number 1, 2, 3 and 5 (all of them prime numbers) have a distinctive or “prime” color assigned: blue, red, yellow and green. Letters number 4 and 6 (not prime numbers) repeat colors -no longer “prime colors”- in the same order that such colors were assigned in the first time: blue and then red. This pattern could thus be applied and reapplied in a similar manner, repeating the color tropes between “primes” and “non-primes”.
The upward triangle shown above is colored in red to indicate power and fire, a method of the “As Above So Below”, occult principle. The downward triangle colored in blue to indicate the water element, together the triangles complete the 6 sided star symbol, a hex-craft tool of enchantment.
RED VS BLUE OCCULT TROPE
The Red Vs Blue Trope Originated Within The Egyptian Religion And Is Used Today For Esoteric or Occult Purposes.
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. Ma’at refers to the goddess and ancient Egyptian concept of truth, balance, order, harmony, law, morality, and justice.
An Egyptian pharaoh was appointed to “achieve” Ma’at, which means that he had to keep and protect justice and harmony in a constant balance, the symbol of which was represented via the blue ostrich feather of the goddess. The Egyptian people sought to destroy the chaos “Isfet” (evil itself). A responsible kingship meant that Egypt would remain in prosperity and at peace of Ma’at.
Posters: Warcraft / The Boss / Captain America Civil War – Red Vs. Blue Symbolism
In any year a number of films will present this conception for esoteric purpose. The above posters showcase the symbolism of the red vs. blue trope.
Iron Man (Red) VS Captain America (Blue)
Steve Rogers parents were poor Irish immigrants, as well as Christians, who instilled in Rogers a strong sense of duty, honor, and humility. Marvel credits Captain Americas Christian upbringing for his principles and dedication to others and to his country. He is shown as a symbol for truth, and justice and given the color blue.
“Captain America (whose real name is Steve Rogers) is one of the earliest characters in the Marvel Universe, and one of the world’s most recognizable super-heroes. Captain America has always been portrayed as a solidly Protestant character. He is a bastion of mainstream American values and “boy-next-door” qualities. Captain America’s mainstream religious beliefs, including his faith in God and broadly accepted American religious values, are an integral part of his character.
It was explicitly stated in Ultimates 2 that Captain America attends church every Sunday. This version of the character is part of Marvel’s “Ultimate” imprint, and not part of original mainstream Marvel continuity. But the Ultimate Captain America character is a close analogue to the original version of the character. The religious beliefs and religious affiliation of the two versions of the character are essentially the same, but we are unaware of any explicit references within mainstream continuity stating that Captain America attends church services with such frequent regularity.” – Adherents
Iron Man is the opposite of the faith and justice Captain America embodies. Iron Man is instead the embodiment of the secularist agenda, with a push ever forward to a Military Industrial Complex, a believer only in himself. He is given the color red. The figure of Iron Man is thus fueled by his passions and it is fitting to see him clad in red.
Red Vs. Blue Symbolism – Nick Wilde The Red Fox Vs. Judy Hopps The Blue Bunny
Star Wars Red Vs. Blue Occult Symbolism
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, today 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
Terrance Crawford Vs. Viktor Postol – Occult Red Vs. Blue Symbolism
In boxing the color choice of red corner and blue corner are given. Although not in any way esoteric it does showcase an interesting theme, where by through the years a number of Boxers have relished their role utilizing the color tropes to showcase their respective corner. Crawford Vs. Postol (the Ice Man) is a great example of this.
HD-DVD Vs. Blu-Ray : Red Vs. Blue Symbolism
Captain America Civil War – Red Vs. Blue Symbolism
Black Lives Matter Vs. Blue Lives Matter – Red Vs. Blue Symbolism
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.
In Honor Of The Occult, The Elite Will Always Don Apparel Which Alludes To The Magic Color Trope of Red Vs Blue
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.
“It’s no coincidence that these ancient Romans and Chinese soldiers chose red. It’s science. So before we continue with more history, it’s worth noting the numerous studies on the link between red and competitive behavior. According to research compiled by Psychology Today, wearing red gives competitive edge. It makes you feel more dominant, and to your opponent, it makes you appear more dominant and threatening. Red has been linked to higher levels of testosterone, too.” – Raked
Vice President Pence is paired with the blue tie more often than not, while Trump dons his usual ‘power red’ tie.