Kubrick, Nicholson, Polanski, & Illuminati sexual abuse in ‘The Shining’
In light of the upcoming Halloween holiday (actual it’s far from a ‘holy-day’ if you’ve read through the Occult & Illuminati holiday symbolism post), I’ve been reading up on The Shining to see if there are any new theories out there. In lieu of finding any new theories, I’ve concocted a half-baked idea that Kubrick hired Nicholson to play the lead character as a way of conveying that Hollywood types are tied into Satanism, the occult, and child sexual abuse. It also explains why we see traces of child sexual abuse in the film itself as Jay Weidner pointed out (if you haven’t seen my post about the Illuminati symbolism in The Shining now is a great time to catch up…).
Roman Polanski is the director of the occult film Rosemary’s Baby that features a secret society who ritually impregnates a woman with the seed of the Devil. This secret society is rumored to be the Illuminati and their activities which include magic, devil worship, and occult sex rituals.
Polanski is also known as the husband of the actress Sharon Tate, who was murdered by members of the Manson family in 1968. Tate was in a film called Eye of the Devil in which she played a witch who insists on a blood sacrifice from the owners of a vineyard. An occultist was hired as a consultant to ensure continuity of what went on screen as actual pagan rites. The fact that Tate would later be murdered in an occult/ritual type fashion (arguably) is almost more than ironic, it’s scary. Historically, the reason for her death is blamed on Charles Manson who gave marching orders to his followers, but the conspiracy theory behind his entire story is that he was needed as a fear tactic to take down the hippy movement of the ‘60s.
In fact, as I was researching for this article, I was on HollywoodReporter.com and saw this month’s cover for an article about how a director named Brett Ratner (no relation to this Nicholson-Polanski talk) went from “party boy to a $450 million Warner Bros. mogul” and the answer is provided right on the cover:
So let’s get to the link between Kubrick/Nicholson/Polanski/Illuminati. Polanski took his 13-year old victim to Los Angeles at the home of his close friend Jack Nicholson (although Nicholson was not present at the time). Even after finding out what happened at his home, Nicholson remained friends and a supporter of Polanski. In fact, here’s what he had to say about him to Vanity Fair via Telegraph.co.uk:
Nicholson, one of a string of famous friends to have defended Polanski after his arrest, told Vanity Fair: “Roman has never been one to let anything limit what he does. He is a genius.”
So now we see the links between the occult-Polanski-Nicholson, let’s take a look at when Stanley Kubrick made The Shining. The year was 1980; only three years after Polanski’s “incident” and Kubrick gave his first pick for the lead role to Jack Nicholson as the character of Jack Torrance. Given all of the symbolism we find in Kubrick’s films that suggest he was trying to reveal the Illuminati and their established foothold in the entertainment industry, is it possible that placing Jack Nicholson in the lead role was done for this purpose? Keep in mind that Jack Torrance is arguably a sexual abuser of his own child in The Shining, so this thing goes full circle to Polanski’s ordeal…
Read the rest of the Illuminati symbolism in The Shining for more info on the film.