Thursday, October 15, 2009
Hollywood's Satanic Agenda (16): Knowing
2009's Knowing is a good example of New Age alien-savior predictive programming; it is, we believe, part of a much larger preamble of propaganda in preparation for the coming Great Deception, which we will outline at the end of this report.
The film begins in 1959 at an elementary school in Lexington, Massachusetts. A young girl, Lucinda Embry, is hearing voices in the form of indistinguishable whispers.
The girl's name "Lucinda" is a variant of the Latin name Lucy, meaning light. Her family name, Embry, means "smoldering fire." Both of these names alert the viewer to her function in the film as a Lucifer, a bringer of light. She not only receives the light, or gnosis, but passes it on, or carries the torch--fire, light, gnosis, knowing.
The whispers she hears are a series of numbers which she writes down in class as her teacher assigns the students a task of drawing pictures for a time capsule.
The teacher takes the unfinished number-filled page from Lucinda and places it with the others.
The time capsule is to be placed on the school grounds in a concrete hole. Another association with the name "Embry" is embryo: the list of numbers is a seed being planted in the ground.
It will not be opened for 50 years: 1959-2009.
As the time capsule is sealed shut it becomes recognizable as a stargate, a portal through time and space through which gnosis is passed as divine revelation.
The film then jumps ahead to 2009, at the home of John Koestler, an MIT professor of astrophysics, and his son Caleb.
After aiming the telescope, John tells the boy, "Saturn's rings await your approval." The space-time theme continues here as they look into space at Saturn, or Kronos to the Greeks, "Father Time." Saturn, the "Great Malefic," often carries a negative connotation due to the fact that everyone's time runs out, which is what is happening in the film; he's the grim reaper, a punishing, authoritative father-figure.
It's interesting to see here what they are observant of on Sunday.
After a brief discussion as to the possibilities of life in outer space, Caleb informs his father that he no longer "consumes" hot dogs, which comes as a surprise to John as it is Sunday night tradition at the Koestler house.
This exchange is curious as the name "Caleb" is apparently often mistranslated from Hebrew to English as "dog" due to the same consonants; however, it seems the correct translation is "servant of the Lord." This translation is in line with the film's theme as Caleb is one of the "chosen ones" who hears the call.
In the Book of Numbers, we find that Caleb had faith in God that He would deliver them into the promised land:
"Surely they shall not see the land which I sware unto their fathers, neither shall any of them that provoked me see it: But my servant Caleb, because he had another spirit with him, and hath followed me fully, him will I bring into the land whereinto he went; and his seed shall possess it."
That night we learn that Caleb has a hearing problem and requires an aid. This physical impairment is in contrast to his eventual ability to hear the whispers as Lucinda Embry did.
Next to his hearing-aid case are a pair of die and a pair of 3D glasses. The die are 20-sided icosahedra, one of the five Platonic solids. The two numbers showing are 10 and 20. The glasses suggest our physical 3 dimensional realm while the two icosahedra indicate a "matrix" within a matrix. The die are symbolic of sacred geometry, and 10 being half of 20, the die are indicative of a world within a world: our 3D physical reality within a larger non-physical reality. This interpretation of these symbols is supported by the hearing aid: Caleb has a hearing problem in the physical world, but he has a special hearing ability in his mind.
Another point of interest here is 10-20 as a date; if these numbers represent October 20th, then we find that this was the birth date of Siyyid Ali Muhammad Shirazi, the founder of Babism. "Bab" is Arabic for gate.
Shirazi is one of the three main figures of the Bahai Faith, whose symbol is an eight-pointed star:
Bahai Garden in Haifa, Israel.
Shirazi proclaimed himself to be the Mahdi in 1844; an interesting lecture on the significance of the year 1844 in terms of the revolt against God can be found here.
As we've noted in previous film reports, we are not suggesting that these kinds of deep synchronicities are willfully inserted on the part of the film makers; we believe they are evidence of supernatural inspiration--whispers, if you like.
The next day we see Professor Koestler giving a lecture on randomness versus determinism. The theory of determinism posits that the world and nature are subject to causal law, all events must happen, and these events have a purpose. The theory of randomness, obviously, supposes that there is no law or purpose, but we have free will.
John Koestler appears in this scene to fall on the side of randomness. When asked by a student what he believes, he replies, "I think s--t just happens." His wife has died in a fire at a hotel--a random, senseless death--and he has developed a drinking problem as he tries to cope with the death as well as being a single father who has trouble relating to his son.
This dilemma is a significant one: determinism requires a causal law, and a law requires a creator, as does a purpose. Randomness is more in keeping with evolution, but free will means that we are morally responsible for our actions; ergo, one either has to redefine morality or come up with something else--which is called Compatibility.
The advantage of determinism is that we do not choose our own action and therefore are not responsible for them, i.e., there is no sin, and no punishment for sin. During the film we will see John move from a randomness position to a deterministic one, and at the film's climax the notion of a creator will be redefined.
Caleb Koestler is now a student at Dawes Elementary, the same school Lucinda Embry went to 50 years prior. At a ceremony to open the time capsule, the children sing "This Little Light of Mine."
The stargate is reopened.
Caleb begins hearing the whispers at the ceremony, but he initially dismisses them as a problem with his hearing aid. He receives the envelope from Lucinda Embry.
He opens it to find a seemingly meaningless page of numbers.
In the distance is a strange man watching Caleb. Throughout most of the film these men are deliberately portrayed as fairly menacing looking. In an instant the man disappears.
Following the time capsule opening, we see a string of causal events.
Caleb should have returned the page of numbers from the time capsule to the school, but he didn't. He brought it home. That night as John is drinking in front of the the TV he is distracted and overfills his glass causing a spillover. This causes him to set his glass down on the page by accident.
The ring of alcohol left on the paper causes John to notice something that he wouldn't have otherwise: the ring separates the numbers 9 and 11, one of the most recognizable number combinations in recent history.
John finds that the 50 year old paper contains the 9-11 date as well as the number of deaths.
This scene shows that the death of John's wife was not meaningless at all; without his drinking problem he wouldn't have realized the prophetic nature of the paper.
John discovers that the paper contains all the disaster of the last 50 years plus three more that haven't happened yet. However there are other numbers that John can not identify the purpose of.
These strange men visit Caleb at his home.
They say nothing but give him a stone.
This stone is given to those we find are the chosen ones. The stone is the Chintamani Stone, the Philosopher's Stone, or the Stone of Heaven, a symbol of perfection and enlightenment.
While stuck in traffic, John notices on his vehicle's GPS system that the unidentified numbers on the page refer to the latitude and longitude of the disasters. He realizes that he is sitting at the location of the next disaster.
81 deaths are reported from the plane crash, just as the number string predicted. There are two more disasters to go. The next is a subway crash in New York City, which John tries to prevent but can't.
Caleb is again visited by the strange man. This time he is shown a vision.
The world is burning. Destruction of the world, known as the "Day of the Lord," is prophecied several times in the Bible:
Zephaniah 1:18 says, "But the whole land shall be devoured by the fire of His jealousy."
Matthew 13:40: "Therefore as the tares are gathered and burned in the fire, so it will be at the end of the age."
2 Peter 3:10: "But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up."
John eventually tracks down the daughter of Lucinda Embry, Diana, and they return to Lucinda's mobile home. There they see a rendering of Ezekial's vision done by Matthaeus Merian. The picture shows the prophet Ezekial, the vision of the wheel, four beasts, and God.
A common interpretation of the wheel in Ezekial's vision is that it is some type of spacecraft. This interpretation, as will be shown, is the one accepted in the film. For anyone interested in why the wheel is not a UFO, read this report by Dr. Michael Heiser here.
The symmetry developing between the film and the Bible are intentionally attempting to reduce the Scriptures to ancient tribal myths and update ancient, current, and future events with a scientific explanation.
In the trailer, John and Diana learn that the "EE" at the end of the number string means "everyone else." The final date is the end of the world.
Diana's daughter identifies God as the sun. God's destruction written of in the Bible is here actually destruction by the sun, a naturally occurring event and not wrathful. Taking into account recent works like the Zeitgeist film and related books we can see here how this notion of the sun-god is part of a salvo of anti-Christian New Age propaganda; the purpose of this we will speculate at the end of the report.
The destruction by fire will come as a result of a superflare from the sun. There is no escape nor surviving this final disaster. However...
John finds the end of Lucinda's message on a door at the elementary school. It is the location of Lucinda's mobile home. John thinks this is the only safe place and takes the children there. Diana's daughter Abby is also one of the chosen able to hear the call, or whispers. She refers to these beings as "the whisper people."
The serpent in the Book of Genesis, or Satan, is the nachash in Hebrew, also meaning enchanter or shining. From what we've found, the term nachash is derived from an earlier root meaning "hiss" or "whisper."
The Koran too equates Satan as a whisperer: Satan is the one who "whispereth in the hearts of mankind."
The role of these "satanic" whisper beings in Knowing is in line with New Age theology; that is, religion is merely a means of enslavement and ignorance, and those which we call Satan or demons are actually our space brothers and/or ascended masters and eventual saviors. The basic plot of our earthly religious texts are sound, but they have been corrupted by man in order to control us. The whisperers are the good guys, they've just been labeled as the bad guys to keep us from their knowledge; those that understand this will be saved.
This motif is one heard constantly these days on Internet forums and radio shows. Let's once again revisit the words of Blavatsky:
"Thus SATAN, once he ceases to be viewed in the superstitious, dogmatic, unphilosophical spirit of the Churches, grows into the grandiose image of one who made of terrestrial a divine MAN; who gave him, throughout the long cycle of Maha-kalpa the law of the Spirit of Life, and made him free from the Sin of Ignorance, hence of death." (The Secret Doctrine, p.198)
After one of the whisper people kidnaps the children, John finds them with a pair of rabbits. The rabbits are a symbol of fertility, indicating their role in the future, as well as an allusion to the pairs of animals brought onto Noah's ark.
John sees the four whisper people. Ezekial 1:5, "Also out of the midst thereof came the likeness of four living creatures. And this was their appearance; they had the likeness of a man."
Then the wheel. Ezekial 1:4, "And I looked, and, behold, a whirlwind came out of the north, a great cloud, and a fire infolding itself, and a brightness was about it, and out of the midst thereof as the colour of amber, out of the midst of the fire."
This craft turns out to be a very impractical-looking ship, basically a wheel within a wheel; Ezekial 1:16, "The appearance of the wheels and their work was like unto the colour of a beryl: and they four had one likeness: and their appearance and their work was as it were a wheel in the middle of a wheel."
It is interesting to note that when the craft appears through the clouds, John falls to his knees; this is a subtle hint that these beings are what we think of as God.
The whisper people shed their earthly appearance and reveal themselves as angelic light beings.
They take the children, and the rabbits, up into the ship. But John can't go; only those who heard the call are able to go.
John realizes at this point that everything leading up to this point has happened for a reason. There has been a purpose, and it is to ensure the continuation of the human race.
From around the globe the ships take off into space. This ark/rapture scene is very similar to the ships lifting off from The Day The Earth Stood Still, another recent alien-savior film.
Knowing he is going to die but that the children will be safe, John returns to his parents' home. John's father is a pastor and they haven't spoken in years; the reason for this is not made clear, but it seems to stem from some kind of ideological dispute, being that John is a scientist and his father a religious man--this we are to believe is a cause for automatic discord.
It's a touching moment as they embrace in the last minutes of their lives, but we notice that the Christian family is not saved from the destruction as the Bible promises.
The earth is burned up in the fervent heat.
In the final scene we see Caleb and Abby on a new planet where they set down their fertility rabbits. Part of their new purpose will be to populate this new place, just as Adam and Eve were told in Genesis.
In the distance we see the other ships dropping off their payloads of chosen ones as Caleb and Abby run toward a new Tree of Life. This place is the new heaven and new earth promised in 2 Peter 3. Caleb has entered the Promised Land.
Now we will pose the question to the reader: how many times have you heard a researcher such as Icke, Tsarion, or Maxwell quoting the Bible to make his arguments, then dismissing it altogether a minute later as a tool of enslavement? They say there is some truth in there, but it's only what they chosen as useful to themselves. What this is is a supernatural onslaught of propaganda to condition people for a series of paradigm-shifting events designed to install a satanic regime on earth. These events and this regime cannot come to fruition until the foundation has been laid and people are mentally prepared to accept it. So here is a brief outline of possible events that we think are very plausible for our near future:
a) As has already been set in motion, we will witness over the next few years extreme economic hardships, major wars, environmental deterioration, and rampant disease--all by design. These are done to create a state of chaos that needs to be solved. People will be willing to accept anyone or anything to solve these issues.
b) The population will be greatly reduced. The Luciferians want it reduced to 500 million or so, but the Bible says one-third will be lost.
c) After the population is reduced, our "space brothers" will arrive to save us from extinction. This will only happen AFTER the population reduction. They can say that they were monitoring our progress as a species and had to step in before our race was wiped out completely. The reality will be that this staged "alien" intervention was planned only after billions were killed.
Because we have been taught to believe that they are far more advanced than we in every way, we will believe everything they say, including that there is no God and that the Theory of Evolution is true.
d) These space brothers will not be from another planet or solar system, neither will their technology. All of it, and they, will have been created in underground military labs. The technology they will imapart to us to solve our problems will be nothing new, only suppressed from us for decades.
e) These beings will fashion and take over a world government system prepared for them by their human servants now acting to structure global interdependence. One of these beings will take the head position of this government; he will become the world leader, world teacher, antichrist, mahdi, et cetera.
We have written about this possible scenario extensively over the past year or so and believe the evidence and propaganda points in this direction as far fetched as it sounds.
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