Illuminati dark-hero programming in film and television

 

I’d like to explore a concept that I’ve heard in the conspiracy theory circles about dark-hero programming. I’ve kept it in the back of my mind for some time now, but I recently watched a show about some meth cooks that piqued my interests again. It revolves around this concept we’re seeing in the entertainment world of evil-doers being the heroes; or ‘anti-heroes’, or ‘dark-heroes.’ This is a subtle form of programming and I’ll try to demonstrate it with some examples.

VICE has a 17-minute documentary about the real life duo of meth cooks in Alabama named Walter and Sammy. They were responsible for the most potent crystal meth in the South. He said the meth wasn’t blue, but rather white. Other than that, there are several similarities to the television plot like Walter’s pursuit of maintaining his anonymity (he coordinated through drop-off points). Here’s that documentary The Real Walter White:

When AMC’s Breaking Bad premiered in 2008, one of Alabama’s most successful meth cooks was already knee deep in building a massive meth empire. His name? Walter White. In this documentary, Walter tells us the secret behind his product, how he stacked up thousands of dollars per day, and why his partner is now serving two life sentences.

 

 

I’m posting about this doc because it is a demonstration of the ability for the entertainment industry to paint traditionally “bad” guys as the hero. The concept of the dark-hero and his /her ability to gain sympathy from the audience is evident in this example. Even though they are definitely evil, or “bad,” they are portrayed in a light that lets you know they are just a human with good intentions. It somehow tries to show us that the ends justify the means, and evil is not really all that bad.

For example, the show Dexter has the main character who is a serial killer (albeit a vigilante), but you find yourself rooting for this killer. Same goes for pretty much any rapper who glorifies violence. And of course, the ultimate in manipulation comes from Disney who is taking a turn for the dark side through films such as Maleficent that shows us the tale of Sleeping Beauty through the eyes of the evil villain (although I’m sure we’ll feel bad for her at some point). In fact, Disney has a new show called Descendants that focuses entirely on all of the villains! Here’s QZ.com talking about it:

 For decades, Disney’s films and series have taught audiences that crime doesn’t pay. But now, the company is changing its tune.

Last week, Disney Channel announced a new original movie called Descendants, a live-action adventure-comedy about the teenage offspring of Disney’s classic villains, including 101 Dalmatians’ Cruella De Vil, Snow White’s Evil Queen and Aladdin’s Jafar. The film’s modern-day take will involve the kids questioning “the evil that’s always been in their hearts,” the network said.

Descendants is scheduled to air in early 2015, a year after Disney releases yet another fresh take on a memorable baddie: Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie as the horn-tipped villainess from 1959’s Sleeping Beauty. The film, opening in May, re-imagines Maleficent’s backstory, in the same way the mega-successful Broadway musical Wicked (based on Gregory Maguire’s novel) offered a sympathetic take on The Wizard of Oz’s Wicked Witch of the West. “In general,” Jolie told Entertainment Weekly, “it’s a very good message to say, ‘Let’s look at something from the other side.’”

 

I’ve pointed out the significance of that phrase “…the other side” in the Kabblah conspiracy theories & Illuminati symbolism in pop culture post:

When broaching the concept of evil, some of the Kabbalah teachings display it through a shadow Sephirot and call it the “Other Side.” It is also referred to as the “evil twin,” and this “Other Side” is represented by evil spirits known as the Qliphoth. The Hermetic Qabalah actually tries to make contact with the Qliphoth spirits as part of the self-realization process (unlike the Jewish Kabbalah). Some of these evil demons are eerily similar to the Illuminati symbolism we see from the entertainment industry on a regular basis, leading me to believe that the Illuminati are part of this magic ritual trying to contact the dark forces of the Qliphoth.

…And there are the remaining demons that all correspond to the Tree of Life to fill out the shadow “Other Side” of God’s good attributes. These demons were studied by many of the ‘forefathers’ of the occult and dark arts including Aleister Crowley (Liber 777) and Anton LaVey (the Satanic Bible). 

 

Disney Villains Descendants

 

Truth be told, I kind of agree with the ‘lesson’ of looking at things from two different sides because all of the villains in fiction or reality were good hearted children of God at one point, but I think that message will get lost (or not brought up at all). Instead, our culture of death will focus on emulation of these evil characters in an attempt to gain fame and fortune (there are plenty of news stories that demonstrate life imitating art through the desire to kill like Dexter, or cooking blue meth like in Breaking Bad or even parallel tales of cancer patient science teachers cooking meth).

Freeman Fly’s podcast Hollywood Mind Control reveals more details on the dark hero programming found in children-themed characters by Disney (and Marvel Comics-owned by Disney). We can see the common theme of the destruction of the family unit as part of the Illuminati agenda for creating boy-warriors and girl-princesses. The first step in creating these two identities is by killing off the mother, or destroying the family unit altogether. We can see examples of traumatic deaths of parents in films such as Lion King, Cinderella, The Fox & the Hound, Finding Nemo and Bambi.

You can also see other examples of parentless characters (or worse yet; evil parents) in films such as Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast (both Belle and the Prince), Rescuers Down Under, Snow White, The Aristocrats, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland (which is a story based on a girl named Alice Liddell which may or may not be related to the British occultist Sam Liddell MacGregor Mathers, which may or may not be related to Marshall Mathers aka Eminem; just pointing out the wordplay on names), Aladdin (Jasmine), Sleeping Beauty, and Tangled (she’s separated from her true parents and under control of an evil Godmother).

Freeman points out one of the quotes from Tangled where she talks about crushing her mother’s soul:

Flynn Rider: I know. You’re way over thinking this, trust me. Does your mother deserve it? No. Would this break her heart and crush her soul? Of course. But you’ve just got to do it.

Rapunzel: “Break her heart”?

Flynn Rider: [plucks grape off vine] In half.

Rapunzel: “Crush her soul”?

Flynn Rider: [squeezes grape] Like a grape.

Thanks to commenter ‘newfie’ there are also a ton more orphan/parentless (or traumatically effected families) characters found in kids movies such as Spiderman, Ironman, Harry Potter, Luke, Anakin and Princess Leah from Star Wars, Batman, Superman, Wolverine, Frodo Baggins, and Percy Jackson.

There’s also television series such American Horror StoryHannibal and Bates Motel that all feature the same ideas. A series called The Killer Speaks is on A&E that gives murderers a voice to tell their story from their perspective. It doesn’t necessarily glorify the killer, but it does give an extra perspective on murder that will creep you out. The subtle message in it is to promote empathy for the murderer and arguably make violent crimes less ‘taboo.’ There don’t tell the story from the perspective of the victim or the victim’s families; but rather the perp.

More characters we find ourselves rooting for in film include Alex from A Clockwork Orange who is depicted as quite a little bugger as he and his ‘droogies’ go about raping and assaulting people. Eventually he gets caught and subjected to mind control; and never mind that Stanley Kubrick is the director and he’s been shown to have attempted to expose the Illuminati through various symbolism in films such as The Shining and Eyes Wide Shut.

Also note that Alex has the All Seeing Eye symbolism:

Alex Clockwork Orange

 

And again you see it on the film artwork with an Illuminati triangle of magic manifestation:

clockwork orange triangle

 

If you follow the concept of Archon-demonic spirits than you could argue that evil-consumed are being influenced by them. These Illuminati members are doing their will through their positions of power in the media realm and presenting these ideas and trying to get us to break down our empathy for one another. David Icke, Jay Weidner, and John Lash all talk about this concept of the Illuminati elites being possessed by these spirits and how they do their bidding. They effectively sell their soul the devil and use whatever means necessary to lower the ‘humanity’ from the human race, and that is evident by the plots and predictive programming being shown to us in various mediums.

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-Isaac

 

 

 

 

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  1. When I would watch Disney movies as a kid, yes I remember it as being traumatic. But as I grew older I came to realize what a stupid movie I had been watching. Kids shouldn’t be watching Disney movies, their parents should be reading the Bible to them, and they should be playing with friends.

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  2. Something that’s been around for a while, but that might interest you because it supports the idea that Disney is pushing the bad-is-good, wrong-is-right Illuminati dark-hero programming: Disney villains make-up. That’s right, you can buy beauty products themed after your favorite Diseny villain, whether it be Maleficent or Jafar. Talk about making evil look good.

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  3. If they can get into children’s minds,they think they can influence the future I suppose.I do remember, when my Mam took me to see Snow White when I was 5,being absolutely terrified when she was running through the forest and the trees were trying to grab her. Fairy tales ARE very dark though; the difference now is,until recently GOOD always triumphed over evil and we would all cheer! You are right that all this “looking at the other side” of things is an effort to habituate us to evil and decrease empathy for victims.It is indeed Satanic turning things upside down. Woe to them who say good is bad and bad is good;I can’t remember the Chapter and verse numbers and it’s nearly half 12 at night,I’m wrecked and I’m packing it in now,but I think that is in one of the Gospels or somehwere in the New Testament isn’t it.Goodnight now anyway and thanks,I love your articles!

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  4. It’s surprising that ‘The Dark Knight’, Batman, doesn’t feature more prominently in this article. After all, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ featured what was undoubtedly predictive subliminal programming with that ‘Sandy Hook’ map.

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  5. I have seen more of your articles about the entertainment industry and while you gave a very accurate description of the agenda, I would like to bring some extension to your theory. For example, you talked a lot about the dark-hero programming. I would like to extend your theory with what I would call the “rivalry theme”. I will give you an example of 2 high school TV shows exploring the vampire subject: Buffy The Vampire Slayer and The Vampire Diaries.

    In Buffy, you have of course the girl saving the world from vampires and you have 2 characters who at some point fell in love with her: Angel and Spike. Angel is the Vampire that Buffy changed from bad to good while Spike remains on the bad side but still has this one soft spot for Buffy. Note that despite that, the vampires are still mainly portrayed as villains. Note that in this TV show, the girl falls for both men.

    In The Vampire Diaries, it’s the other way around, as the vampires are the good guys. You have the girl Elena who lost her parents from a vampire attack and lives in a town surrounded by vampires. And there we have our 2 brothers: Damon and Stefan. Stefan is the one that resists the urge to be a vampire while Damon is the one that embraces his evil nature. Note that however in that case, both men fall for the girl (the girl being originally Catherine in this case, Elena’s ancestor).

    Basically, my point is that you often have 2 male characters (or female, depending on the story) somehow competing with each other with someone on the bright side and the other living with a “dark passenger” (sounds almost like Dexter), a burden that will eventually be used sometimes and “conveniently” in a positive light. I mean that while we do have the usual good vs bad battle, people are influenced to be empathic towards evil. In my opinion, dark-hero programming is not just about cutting off parents to make the hero stronger, but mostly a process while using and/or competing good for bad, to then reunite them for a common enemy, a subtler approach than movies like Warcraft. Those series might be actually a way to influence young girls to be fascinated with darkness (probably a part of the agenda, conquering the youth means conquering the world).

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