Friday, October 23, 2009
Film: Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
1977's Close Encounters of the Third Kind was one of the first (or maybe the first, we don't remember) "friendly" alien movies to come along. And that's probably why we don't particularly care for it--that, and the fact that it's just noisy throughout. It is the opinion of the crew here--as well as a growing number of others--that "aliens" are synonymous with "demons". We post this knowing full well that most people don't want to hear it, and that's okay; here's a link with more info on that.
Anyone who's read here for a bit has probably noticed that we also believe that we could be in for a staged "alien" arrival sometime in the near future, and that the purpose of the friendly alien propaganda is to prepare us for this fake arrival. Also, anyone 40 years of age or younger has grown up under an umbrella of propaganda involving cartoons, comic books, films, and TV to set the psychological stage for the acceptance of these beings as benevolent--some of them, at least; the good cop, bad cop will be part of their deception. But off to the movie now.
Beginning with the film's promo poster we notice the pyramid symbolism.
A guy named Roy Neary has an experience on the road one night during a blackout.
The UFO implants within Roy's mind an image.
Not an isolated event, these UFOs make themselves visible to a number of people.
Roy struggles to make sense of the image; he sees it in things such as shaving cream, pillows...
In India, people chant a simple song.
When asked where they heard it, they point upward.
As a group of scientists discuss the five tones of the UFO, we notice a peculiar flag hanging behind Claude Lacombe: a black triangle with a star resembling the Illuminati capstone on the Great Seal. Under the star is the word "Mayflower" suggesting a craft to a new world. It is never made clear, but this flag is in reference to some kind of group or project.
We see the Mayflower symbol again on Station 14.
Here the scientists broadcast the 5 tones but only receive a series of numbers back.
Lacombe's translator, David Laughlin, realizes that these numbers are a location. They then discover that the coordinates are in Wyoming.
A secret military operation ensues. The "pilgrims" prepare for contact.
Officials discuss ways to evacuate the population from the area: a manufactured crisis.
A viral outbreak is one option.
The location in question is a terrain feature known as "Devil's Tower". This is an interesting mountain being that it is a volcanic neck thus creating a confluence of themes between aliens, devils, and volcanoes. Why this is interesting can be found here.
An Army officer says that a virus won't work because someone always thinks they are immune; he says he needs something that will scare every "Christian soul" out of the area.
This operation gets underway behind a corporate front: Coke, Piggly Wiggly, Baskin Robbins.
Roy is still struggling with the "implanted" image. He eventually discovers that it is Devil's Tower in Wyoming.
Roy heads toward the mountain as people evacuate due to a false report of a deadly toxic spill of nerve gas.
Roy and Gillian, another with the image, find the mountain.
After being apprehended by the military, they escape and make their way up the mountain.
What they find is a clandestine base known as "The Dark Side of the Moon". This is a fascinating name for a secret government base designed to make contact with extra-terrestrials. One has to wonder how much is being revealed here.
What at first appears to be a shooting star turns out to be a UFO.
A ship lands on the dark side of the moon. Communication is made through musical tones. Several abductees exit the ship, including Gillian's son. They all seem to be unharmed.
Roy, now a pilgrim, boards the alien craft.
And off he goes.
Close Encounters is actually a very simple narrative containing some profound motifs: aliens and devil's, volcanoes, government and media cover-up, false disasters, the dark side of the moon, and corporate fronts.
Now let us speculate as to the story behind the story: Demons, fallen angels, disembodied spirits, dark entities, whatever you choose to call them, are trapped in the earth in the Abyss. Volcanoes are, as some have suggested, portals into the Abyss. At some point these portals will be opened and these demons released. Recall that it was in the Abyss that contact was made with aliens in the film The Abyss, directed by James Cameron--another of the most successful film makers of all time. And here it is at the "Devil's Volcano" that contact is made with the aliens.
In preparation for this release the alien narrative was constructed and technology such as cloning and genetic manipulation were developed to give these spirits a body with which to operate on this physical plane of existence. In addition, a psychological operation was enacted (Hollywood, et al) to acclimatize people to the possibility of life on other planets.
At the point when the portals are opened (Revelation 9) they will not appear as evil monsters from hell, they will take form in their "ET" bio-suits developed for them by colluding government agencies in Deep Underground Military Bases along with flying saucer-type aircraft. So, upon their release from the abyss, they will simply go up, then come back down in the planned "arrival"--not from outer space in any way. People will not be surprised by this arrival, they will have actually been anticipating it.
This, we believe, is the coming Great Deception.
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