Illuminati Symbolism of Stephen King’s IT

Hello and welcome back to IlluminatiWatcher.com! I’m your host Isaac Weishaupt and today we’ll talk about Stephen King’s “It” and some interesting symbolism caught by some friends…

I read Stephen King’s “It” as a child because I was grounded for many days and nights due to my bad attitude (something I still can’t shake… lol). The book was very thick but I remember being drawn to the darkness within it. Little did I know I’d be a fan of the horror genre for so many years, and even less was I aware that there was an occult agenda hidden with the darkness!

Pennywise the Shapeshifting Demon

As a child, I also watched the made for TV version of “It” that was released in 1990 that showed us Pennywise the Clown as he terrorized the youth of Derry, Maine. This clown is known as the demonic entity that is able to shape shift into various forms (quite similar to the ideas of shape shifting reptilians of David Icke’s theories).

What’s also curious here is that Pennywise was played by Tim Curry- an actor who also played the androgynous alien of Dr. Frank ‘n’ Furter. This concept was revealed as part of the Illuminati agenda in my book on the subject of Rocky Horror Picture Show (the ONLY book to examine this connection titled “It’s Just a Jump to the Left…“).

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In the 2017 release of “It” we see Pennywise holding the red balloons- a symbol of child blood sacrifice. As a friend of mine discovered; he is holding them in the inverted triangle symbol (big ups to Jordan):

 

The 8 of Wands

Another friend watched 1990 version and noticed the UNMISTAKEABLE depiction of the Star of Chaos (big ups Hot Rod):

 

This is the symbol used by Chaos magicians who believe one can use anybody or anything as a sigil (which would lend itself to Chaos magicians utilizing Pennywise as an embodiment of evil):

Aleister Crowley also utilized this symbol in his Tarot card deck:

Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot 8 Wands Chaos Star

Upon further investigation we can see that the location was at the barn of Mike Hanlon- the town’s librarian. He’s the one child that stayed in town. What’s curious, is that his father, Will Hanlon, was discovered to be a friend of Dick Halloran (the black man in The Shining because King connects many characters from his tales).

This is important because I’ve detailed the symbolism of that story in Kubrick’s Code, which also showed us how Kubrick used this symbol as the 8-pointed Star of Ishtar in Eyes Wide Shut.

The Shining was a tale that depicted the potential links to childhood mind control through MKULTRA trauma, quite similar to the story of “It” which shows the children being manipulated by a demonic entity.

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All Seeing Eye

When watching the original made-for-TV film of It, we see the monster terrorize the group of adults in a restaurant when suddenly the fortune cookie grows the esoteric image of the All Seeing Eye:

This symbol is familiar to most of us as the calling card of the “Illuminati.”

If you’re not aware of its principles, I’d suggest reading the Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: The All Seeing Eye article on the subject.

 

In Conclusion

This tale is incredibly creepy and I enjoyed the new interpretation. Stephen King is no doubt in touch with a darkness akin to H.R. Giger (see my article on THAT GUY here).

One of the curious moments of the new film is when the kids clean up the blood soaked bathroom for Beverly. I mention it because a show called Dead Files has a medium that expands upon how the world of the supernatural works, and she often tells her clients they must physically clean the walls to remove the evil because it is a bit “sticky.”

In my research for a separate article (about the symbolism of Babalon), I found some interesting Crowley writings in The Book of Lies that emphasizes “IT”. I’m not certain there’s a link to be had here because I don’t profess to understanding every bit of Crowley’s writing, but you be the judge:

 

Seven are the veils of the dancing-girl in the harem
of IT.
Seven are the names, and seven are the lamps beside
Her bed.
Seven eunuchs guard Her with drawn swords; No
Man may come nigh unto Her.
In Her wine-cup are seven streams of the blood of
the Seven Spirits of God.
Seven are the heads of THE BEAST whereon She
rideth.
The head of an Angel: the head of a Saint: the head
of a Poet: the head of An Adulterous Woman: the
head of a Man of Valour: the head of a Satyr:
and the head of a Lion-Serpent.
Seven letters hath Her holiest name; and it is:

This is the Seal upon the Ring that is on the Fore-
finger of IT: and it is the Seal upon the Tombs of
them whom She hath slain.
Here is Wisdom. Let Him that hath Understanding
count the Number of Our Lady; for it is the
Number of a Woman; and Her Number is
An Hundred and Fifty and Six.

 

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  1. Not sure if you know this, but S.King is high up in Satanism, totally tied in with the Royals…etc. Interesting topic to research. He knows a TON of actual magic and I’ve heard may not be human anymore? Also heard he’s done some powerful magic himself like turning stone statues into living animals.

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    • Where’d you get this? He’s a Methodist who’s quite a believer, actually. I’ve seen him speak in person and in many interviews. He thanks the Father for a good outcome from when the van hit him.

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  2. Which is why I tend to believe in a flat earth because “they” know what is up and HE wrote “Under the Dome”.

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    • Finally someone has started to expose Stephen King! Thank you very much! Awesome job! I exposed him time and time again and so i wrote articles about the blasphemous action and 9 11 predictions in “The Stand” and “Running Man” and i also believe that he started to predict all of this false flag missions with cars with his book “Mr. Mercedes” and all of his stories about red cars. I even have a special theory about red cars as a symbol of satan, MKULTRA and false flags. “Under The Dome” about our flat earth, “Needful Things” about the life and times of the Rothschild family…you name it. “The Dark Tower” and tarot. Shining! This guy is satanic to the max!

      There are a few things i`d like to share about “It”:

      – This flick was released in 1990 and as we all know the 90s are the century of MKULTRA slaves. All of the Disney kids from Britney Spears to Christina Aguilera became famous in the late 90s and you have huge cases of mind control like Micaulay Culkin with his pizza band. Predicitive programming?

      – Clowns and occultism are deeply connected since acient times. Don`t forget all the times clowns have attacked right wingers in the last couple of years.

      – The clown is a shapeshifter and lives under the city. You`ve shown us this occult star. It`s all about MKULTRA to me. Under Dortmund, Germany, you have the biggest tunnels and bunkers in europe or maybe worldwide. The subway stations in this town are full of six pointed stars. “Midnight Meat Train” by satanist Clive Barker, “Time Mashine” by the very suspicious author H.G. Wells…it`s always the same. Creatures under city who are in love with the taste of human flesh. “Eyes Wide Shut” parties. MKULTRA. If there is anything to this legend about reptilian creatures it`s that!

      – A jew is killed early in the movie and a black man survives. This shows the racism of the elite and it`s all about “divide & conquer” as always.

      – “It” is actually feminine so it`s all about the satanic feminism agenda of the Rockefeller family.

      – The whole gang lusts after the girl. Again. This is all about “Eyes Wide Shut” parties and the perversions of the elite.

      – This thing was designed for indoctrination from the start. It`s no wonder that it`s in theaters again to catch the next generation.

      – The girl sees blood everywhere in her bathroom. She hates her father. This is all about Lilith and feminism as well.

      – It`s very interesting that the clown says that all of his victims are able to fly. Madonna`s “Justify My Love”. Blue Oyster Cult`s “Don`t Fear The Reaper” (heavily used by Stephen King). You find this thing in other productions. MKULTRA?

      Thanks again and all the best!

      Detlef from Germany

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  3. Tim Curry also played the Lord of Darkness himself in Ridley Scott’s film Legend. A quote from said film “You think you have won! What is light without dark? What are you without me? I am a part of you all. You can never defeat me. We are brothers eternal!”

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  4. And a while back, we had all of those clown stories in the news! I’m not sure whether those stories were real or simply news scare propaganda??? But I never really liked clowns, never even thought they were funny as a child. It seems a little more apparent why now though

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    • In Norway the clown stories of last year had a real foundation with pictures taken
      and many local accounts of the phenomenon where some “clowns” were very intimidating and probably young since it abated when they started to be chased
      and even attacked, most often by drivers who had been startled and then mad.

      I am of the opinion that this movie reeks of propaganda meant to initiate another
      wave of this behavior. With trailers on youtube and cinema the horror movies
      today reach a very young audience who are still in the process of finding their path.

      ps :

      Recently I browsed through the book of Visions by David Wilkerson
      and found that a lot of the things described were in synch with what we see now.
      Written in ’73 and recommended if you tolerate the religious bias of the writer.

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  5. Detlef- It (“Pennywise”) doesn’t claim his victims can fly, he claims they float… ie: like dead bodies floating in water, since he lives in the sewers. King isn’t responsible for what people put in the movies, such as the red balloons. The balloons aren’t strictly red in the novel. Also, IT is neither feminine or masculine. His human name is “Bob Grey” aka “Pennywise” and he usually manifests in male forms. The spider thing with eggs is as close as the human mind can comprehend to “Its” truest form, but IT is not physical, it is neither feminine or masculine. You wrote “A jew is killed early in the movie and a black man survives.”… um, no? Stanley Uris kills himself in the second half of the mini series. It isn’t early in the miniseries at all, and he isn’t killed, he commits suicide. I agree the world has a lot of shaky, shady shit in it but King’s IT doesn’t particularly have a lot of Illuminati symbolism. Clowns are scary and people who aren’t into the occult also find them freaky. King also is aware of a lot of the symbolism and weirdness in the world and draws on those themes, but he doesn’t put the same sort of intricate symbolism into his stuff as say, Kubrick. And simply using the colour red for cars in his books is a bit of a stretch… red has been associated for a long time with blood, danger, passion and warnings, in all cultures. I am going to need more than this to believe King is part of the Illuminati. A lot more. I wrote stories as a child that had a lot of occult elements in them, and I am not a member of the Illuminati, but we have all been exposed to persistent themes, all our lives. King has probably researched the history of clowns, too, but still… that in and of itself just means he does his research and likes the scary stuff.

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    • Exactly. He’s not satanic, believe me.

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  6. Detlef: “The girl sees blood everywhere in her bathroom. She hates her father. This is all about Lilith and feminism as well.”

    That’s bullshit. Have you read the novel? It is suggested (strongly) that Bev’s father is sexually abusing her. She is phobic of menstruation because she is afraid of becoming a woman and being full on raped as she “develops”. The blood is linked to her phobia about developing sexually and being physically attacked by her brute of a father. She has every reason in the world to hate her father. How is that about feminism or Lilith? If you’re going to make a statement like that, you sort of need to back it up with something. Have you even read the book?

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