In my opinion, one of the best films of 2014 was Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. While I enjoyed this film on multiple levels (and I’ve talked to several others who hated this film), there is a more disturbing agenda lying just beneath the surface. This sci-fi film was loaded with occult symbolism that mostly went by unnoticed by the mainstream, but I’m hoping to shed some light on the hidden language that Nolan buried into the plot and visuals. Let’s take a look…
Christopher Nolan & Aleister Crowley reveal Illuminati agenda
Before we get into the film itself, let’s cover the foundations of how this film was even created. The director, Christopher Nolan, appears to be revealing the Illuminati agenda incrementally through films such as Interstellar, the Dark Knight Trilogy with the Aurora shooting conspiracies…
…Inception with its plot of mind control, and Transcendence with occultist Johnny Depp’s transhumanism agenda:
As a side note- there is also the All Seeing Eye symbol on one of the movie posters for Interstellar:
Interstellar has been compared to another sci-fi tale from 1884 called Flatland– which is also considered one of the many coded tales warning about the impending push for totalitarianism (fascist rulers- or for the conspiracy minded the “new world order” the Illuminati seek to impose on us). George Orwell’s film Animal Farm was also considered one of these coded totalitarianism films, and you’ll recall that I’ve explored its funding by the CIA in my book A Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory: The Illuminati, Ancient Aliens, and Pop Culture:
The Mockingbird op funded the Hollywood film Animal Farm which was based on George Orwell’s book of the same name that was a warning about Communism. Orwell also wrote 1984 which is the totalitarian warning novel about a dreary future of big brother government. Orwell was rumored to be a member of the British socialist group, the Fabian Society (along with Aldous Huxley- writer of Brave New World). Operation Mockingbird had its tentacles ensnared in various affairs throughout the world (e.g. overthrowing foreign governments) and it would use Hollywood and the entertainment industry to manipulate the population in order to stay on track with the Illuminati agenda.
SO… does this indicate that Nolan is toying with Illuminati plot lines and references? In an interview with Wired, Christopher Nolan dropped this reference to Flatland:
I explained that her dialogue is about analogy, it’s about perspective. It all comes back to Flatland, I think. If you’re a two-dimensional being you can’t see two dimensions. You can see one. If you’re three-dimensional you can observe that second dimension. To me, time is like that. We can’t see it.
I believe that he might be alluding to the idea that we can be subjected to a control system without being able to observe it (kind of like we’re not in a high enough vantage point to see the agenda; unlike those at the top of the pyramid).
Nolan was interviewed by Entertainment Weekly in regards to his influences (namely Kubrick), and he cited the following for inspiration for Interstellar:
Asked if he is looking at 2001 anew as he prepares to shoot Interstellar, Nolan says: “I think anytime you look at science fiction in movies, there are key touchstones. Metropolis. Blade Runner. 2001. Whenever you’re talking about getting off the planet, 2001 is somewhat unavoidable. But there is only one 2001. So you don’t want to get too near to that.”
I find it interesting that he cites Metropolis as well, because that is one of the first films to push occult symbolism, as we explored in my hip hop conspiracy book SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC:
Other films and music videos glorify transhumanism by showing the superiority of these augmented humans over their traditional counterparts. The first full length sci-fi film was called Metropolis and this 1927 silent film featured a dystopia with elites living it up while the commoners suffered grueling conditions in order to provide energy to the rich. The main character tries to reconcile the disparity of wealth between the two by joining forces with one of the commoners, only to find that she is actually a robot covered in skin. During the film you see symbolism of the Whore of Babylon, the Tower of Babel, and one of the machines the people toil to keep going is called the Moloch Machine (“Moloch” referring to the ancient horned God deity). This seems to imply the film was produced by people who followed the occult belief system (and financed by similar folks; it was the highest budget ever for a film at the time). Even Nazi propaganda minister Dr. Joseph Goebbels was captivated by the film, and we all know how dearly the Nazis held the occult belief system of Theosophy.
Fast forward to modern pop music and you’ll see performers like Beyoncé and Lady Gaga dressing up in garb to emulate the robotic character (named ‘Fake Maria’) from the Metropolis film. Fake Maria manipulated the city and drove the men wild with lust for her to the point they would abandon their own children to pursue her.
Similar to Nazi Joseph Goebbels, the music industry has taken a particular fondness to this film and the Fake Maria robotic character. The Queen song Radio Ga Ga had a music video that featured scenes from Metropolis, and this makes me wonder if it bears any influence on Stefani Germanotta’s Lady Gaga character. Lady Gaga also referenced Metropolis and Fake Maria in her videos for Alejandro, Born This Way, and Applause. Whitney Houston’s Queen of the Night video had clips of Metropolis and she wore the Fake Maria costume and sang lyrics about driving men crazy with her sexiness, while Kylie Minogue also paid homage to the character in her concert series from the 2000s.
In that book, right after those thoughts on Metropolis I go into great detail on occultist magician Aleister Crowley’s influence on all of this (and the entertainment industry). Is it any coincidence we see one of Aleister Crowley’s relatives employed by Nolan as the production designer on the sets of the Dark Knight Trilogy and Interstellar?… Nathan Crowley was featured in TheArtNewspaper‘s article on a display of Egyptian symbolism found in a super hero exhibit at The Met:
Nathan Crowley is not only production designer of “Batman Begins” and “Dark Knight”, but as revealed to Flotsam, he has his own super-villain heritage: “Yes, [infamous UK occultist] Aleister Crowley is a direct relative, he’s my grandfather’s cousin, but we were never allowed to even mention his name because we were a very Quaker family.”
Some argue that Nathan Crowley knew about the theater shootings in Aurora, Colorado and Sandy Hook; which is why we saw both of these names in Dark Knight Rises:
We also see actor Matthew McConaughey playing the lead role in Interstellar, an interesting choice because he was in the HBO series True Detective; a show I also exposed in Illuminati symbolism in HBO’s True Detective for its ties to Crowley and the Illuminati:
…But it is absolutely reminiscent of Aleister Crowley and all of the sex magick stuff we see going on in the entertainment industry. It also supports the theory that the Illuminati and occult are underground doing rituals with children and drinking blood. The whole deal with the feces and urine are signs of magick because they are used to entice and draw in the evil spirits as well.
Saturn & Alchemy Symbolism
At this point, I should warn the reader that there will be some spoiler alerts in this article…
In the film, we find that there is a wormhole used as a shortcut to get from our solar system and into another. This is the key plot of the film; finding another world to live on since Earth is no longer sustainable. Before the ending of the film and the big reveal, we are led to believe that aliens placed this wormhole for humanity as a way of helping us out.
Regulars to IlluminatiWatcher.com should appreciate that this wormhole was placed by the planet Saturn:
This is a planet I’ve covered as the thread that connects several conspiracies on the Illuminati and the occult. In the comprehensive post on Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: Saturn and the Black Cube, I go into great detail on this multi-faceted symbol, including the three dimensional cube which appears as a way of demonstrating the tesseract we see at the end of the film (a multi-dimensional cube):
The Tetractys, or tetrad, is the triangular shape composed of ten points which was a secret, mystical symbol to Pythagoras. It appears in various forms, one of which is arguably the Kabbalah. The ten Sephirots of the Kabbalah correspond to the ten points of the Tetractys. If you take 7 of the 10 points to form a cube, you are left with three dots that represent the ethereal invisible nature of the world, while the 7 of the cube represent the material, three dimensional world.
Hollywood has been pushing this agenda of aliens coming from Saturn with other films like Superman: Man of Steel as well:
The reason the aliens placed the wormhole near Saturn was supposedly a reference to Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, which had a monolith stone near the moons of Saturn that transported the astronaut to another dimension. I’ve got an entire symbolism analysis on 2001: A Space Odyssey in the book/video called KUBRICK’S CODE:
In this film we saw this idea of becoming gods and expanding out to the universe, which is one of the key tenets of the occult. They believe the aliens seeded us and the ultimate way of pleasing these alien gods is to reach out to space and show them that we’ve reached their status of high-level intelligent beings capable of traversing the universe.
This theme was also explored in Prometheus, where we saw Ancient Astronaut theories showing how mankind was created by the aliens and the unfortunate consequences of finding these entities:
More on Kubrick and the fake moon landings
The most high profile conspiracy theory about this film was the fact that they discuss the faked moon landings conspiracy theory. In the film, they rewrote the textbooks and claimed that we faked the lunar landings in order to bankrupt the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The film alleges that this is done in order to teach kids about life on Earth, rather than worrying about space. Did Nolan know something about the faked moon landings? Was he privy to the same secrets that Kubrick knew (who allegedly filmed the faked moon landing videos)?
As discussed earlier, there are comparisons drawn to Kubrick’s 2001 and that includes the iconic monolith:
In Interstellar, there are helper robot-entities named TARS and CASE. When you look at these two robots you’ll easily see that they are a play on the 2001 monolith:
As a side note- the voice of the robots was done by Bill Irwin who also starred in a 1998 film called Illuminata.
These monolith stones help save humanity when they sacrifice themselves into the black hole that allows them to send back relevant data needed to solve the formula for overcoming gravity. The monolith stones do this around the planet Saturn which is drawing yet another reason to believe Saturn is what is ultimately being worshipped here:
MKULTRA Mind Control
Like all Illuminati symbolism films, we see aspects of MKULTRA mind control. In Interstellar we hear complex discussions on life in the fifth Dimension (of which I’m not even going to attempt to explain!). Nolan uses complex theories behind science and physics like we saw in Inception as well, which was a film that showed us the exploration of mind control through the hacking of the human mind.
Nolan employed the theories of astrophysicist Kip Thorne to derive the actual science for Interstellar, but it should also be noted that he heavily uses the artwork of MC Escher here (as well as in Inception with the use of Penrose steps). In an interview with the Daily Beast, Nolan said the following:
“I’m very inspired by the prints of M.C. Escher.”- Christopher Nolan
The reason I am mentioning this is because MC Escher concepts are used for mind control techniques, as pointed out by Fritz Springmeier in his book The Illuminati Formula to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Control Slave:
If the child has artistic brainwaves, then the programmer will use art work in programming. The art work of the European artist M.C. Escher is exceptionally well suited for programming purposes. For instance, in his 1947 drawing “Another World”, the rear plane in the center serves as a wall in relation to the horizon, a floor in connection with the view through the top opening and a ceiling in regards to the view up towards the starry sky. Reversals, mirror images, illusion, and many other qualities appear in Escher’s art work which make all 76 or more of his major works excellent for programming.
Man becomes “god”- the final Illuminati agenda
By the end of the film we learn that a higher power didn’t really place the wormhole near Saturn, but rather humans from the future. This implies that man found salvation through mankind, and not aliens (or a god). This is a key concept for occult practitioners because they believe that man is the new god, which ties us again into Crowley and Saturn:
The Beast Aleister Crowley left a heritage of Thelema followers and one of them was the Brotherhood of Saturn. This magical order was similar to the other occult groups, whether it be New Age, Freemasonry or Thelema; they all revolve around the idea of mastery of occult knowledge (e.g. axioms like “As above, so below” which emphasize the duality aspects of man and world) in order to advance and evolve one’s self in a series of steps and rituals. The Brotherhood of Saturn incorporates 33 steps to achieve the full spectrum of enlightenment, similar to Scottish Rite of Freemasonry who also incorporates 33 degrees. The end of the path for a member of the Brotherhood of Saturn is self-deification, an important concept in Thelema and seen in the realm of music with musicians making themselves god-like (e.g. Kanye West = Yeezus, Jay-Z = Hova, Beyonce = Beysus, etc.).
Interstellar also uses the same spiral we saw in True Detective, which is a symbol of the Black Sun (or the black cube, aka Saturn worship):
The spiral is occult symbolism for the Black Sun, as seen on the Nazi castle called Wewelsburg. The Black Sun and spiral are occult symbols with various meanings; one of which is the evolution of the soul from the three dimensional, material world; to the ethereal spirit world, which supports the Saturn Worship stuff that David Icke talks about. The reptilian shape shifters locked us into this three dimensional physical world as a trap; which is oddly similar to teachings in Christianity.
This spiral is featured on the Interstellar movie poster to represent the black hole or wormhole:
This black sun symbol is found to represent the alchemical & occult belief in man becoming god. In my post Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: Triangles, Pyramids and the Sun I explore a concept of the Black Sun and The Great Work. “The Great Work” is the journey to be god-like and make something out of nothing. It is initiated with the first step being the alchemical Black Sun. The Black Sun is the first stage in the achievement of enlightenment or immortality, which is accomplished through the philosopher’s stone. The philosopher’s stone is known for making lead into gold, and the planetary association of Saturn to metal is lead. The planetary association with the Sun is gold, so turning Saturn into the Sun is the alchemical process of the philosopher’s stone, based on metal transformation.
When Cooper traverses the tesseract he becomes enlightened through the Great Work, similar to Commander Bowman from 2001: A Space Odyssey who becomes the Star Child:
It appears that Interstellar is yet another one of the films that seeks to predicatively program the idea that mankind can reach a god-like status on their own, or basically the New Age and Age of Aquarius. Advances in technology are viewed as man becoming the god of their own universe through their own discoveries and invention. On the surface it seems the plot of this film is not that nefarious, but I believe the symbolism of Saturn, the monolith, and the alchemical “Great Work” all contribute to the idea that this in fact a film of Illuminati significance.
Thanks for reading and be sure to sound off in the comments below of your thoughts and what you believe you see in the film.