The film Captain America: The Winter Soldier just released an already the pop culture and conspiracy realms are colliding with theories of symbolism and hidden subliminal plots and political agendas. Let see what’s up with it…
I’ve already covered a decent amount of the symbolism confronted in the first film’s post; Illuminati symbolism in Captain America: First Avenger
This includes the pentagram shield:
The upright five pointed star is for white magic and spells, while the inverted is for dark magic or Satan worship. The inversion shows us two points going up; taking us to the horns of Moloch or Satan. The Illuminati implant this image as a talisman to devote energy and attention towards Satan. Albert Pike once said that the Kabalistic pentagram carries the power of commanding spirits used for invoking demons.
The HYDRA reptilian-Illuminati shape shifters:
This theme of evil reptilians is nothing new; David Icke has been warning us of the reptilian shape shifters that are believed to be the ‘true’ Illuminati; the top of the elite. These reptilians are able to shape shift and control our society in such as way that we focus on material goods, destruction of empathy, and various other themes that invoke negative feelings in order for them to consume them as a form of energy.
Nick Fury and his All Seeing Eye:
The idea of an omnipresent being watching over us is referenced the Bible several times (1 Peter 3:12 and Proverbs 22:12) and this also includes the Biblical reference to The Watchers, aka the Nephilim. These were the hybrid offspring of extraterrestrials who were called the ‘sons of God’ in Genesis and the daughters of men at the time on Earth (Ancient Aliens had an episode in season 6 called Alien Breeders that covers some of this).
And we also saw a movie poster that show the upright pyramid, just like what we see for Winter Soldier:
The upright triangle represents solar power, or in the Hellenic tradition, the element of fire. The ancient deities that were affiliated with the sun were done so in order to convey the symbolism of strength and power (e.g. the Egyptian gods Horus and Ra, or the goddess Isis). The association of power and the sun eventually finds its way into a symbol for male power. This is appropriate since patriarchal-dominated societies are known for wars, primal urges, aggression and instantaneous flare ups. The lunar association with the goddess is tied into the inverted triangle; but we’ll get into that later.
First Avenger triangle:
*SPOILERS from here on out*
Winter Soldier triangle (also notice he is standing on the double-V; or the ’66’ Fallen Angels I discuss in Kabbalah conspiracy theories & Illuminati symbolism in pop culture):
The concept of the Kabbalah and the demons within the Qliphoth are further explained by theorist Freeman Fly in his book Weird Stuff: Operation Culture Creation. He goes into detail on how the entertainment industry and even politicians are take part of this ritual of invoking the fallen angels through the extensive use of the number 66. Freeman asserts that there are 66 fallen angels in the Qliphoth, and we see the Hebrew numerology play that out as the English combinations of ‘F’s, ‘O’s, and ‘X’s:
‘O’ = ‘15’ = ‘1+5’ = ‘6’.
‘X’ = ‘24’ = ‘2+4’ = ‘6’.
The sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is ‘vav’, so if we see any two or three letter combinations of ‘V’ we can also conclude this as the mark of the beast as well (along with the three 6’s we are all familiar with).
You might’ve seen this in Madonna’s Super Bowl performance as well:
Staying on that topic, here’s an in-depth article on various numerology on GematriaCodes:
During Pierce’s “New World Order” speech to Captain America, a so-called ‘Ordo ad Chao’ ideology is revealed – Order Out Of Chaos. The symbolism of the destruction of the old world making way for a new one is also represented in the Phoenix rising from the ashes – as shown via the bird on the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo. According to archetypal occultism, the Roman numeral V (number five, also shown as the Peace Hand Sign) represents the agenda of building society into a so-called ‘Fifth Age’, commonly called the New World Order. According to this concept a final age of mankind may be reached by tearing apart the kingdoms of old and building up a new kingdom known as the “Kingdom of Stone”, an age of strict totalitarianism and false sense of world peace.
“Out of these troubled times our fifth objective… a New World Order.” – George H.W Bush
The HYDRA-reptilian shape shifters appear in Winter Soldier and now have become an internet meme, based on a part of the film where we see Senator Stern whisper to Agent Sitwell “Hail HYDRA”. Could this be a ploy to make it a light hearted joke to talk about the reptilian overlords? Perhaps even an endearing one?
Is it a coincidence that I’ve got most all of those subjects covered on this website for having some form of Illuminati symbolism?…
Ok, one last one cuz this one is kind of funny:
WashingtonPost published an interview with the directors Anthony and Joe Russo where they revealed that they used parts of the current drone ‘kill list’ in the plot of the film. From WashingtonPost:
Did you know the themes of the movie (how much power and access the government should have) would be so timely when it was released?
Anthony: The Edward Snowden thing did happen while we were shooting, but that was sort of the tip of the iceberg. All the stuff was in the ether before that. I remember right before we started our first pass on the script with the writers that’s when the New York Times article broke about the “kill list.” And it was just, wow, a Democratic president of the United States sits down with his advisers on a Tuesday morning and goes through a”kill list” and decides who they’re going to kill; then they strike that person with drones, and sometimes they kill their family, too. It’s just like, “Whoa, that’s the good guy in this world.” That was very much a very jumping off point for the moral complexity about where we are, with what the relationship between security and freedom is, where the line is drawn.
Joe: And, can we protect ourselves humanely? You have an interesting character because Cap is a representative of the Greatest Generation. The war, the conflict they were involved in, was very black and white. Now he’s in a very subversive, cynical world, and he’s a great mirror for us. So we felt we could use him to highlight the complexity of our political landscape.
And here’s from another WP post:
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” has won accolades for its exploration of those themes. “Winter Soldier” basically says that the NSA was invented by Nazis…and that we let it happen, insisted even, giving up our freedom because we were too afraid to do anything else,” wrote Darren Franich in Entertainment Weekly. But you can only be so subversive when you run a multi-billion franchise and have your stars signed to long-running contracts. “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” may be inspired by President Obama’s kill list. But it reaches the same conclusions the administration uses to justify the targeted killing program.
Fury has been overseeing a new weapons program called Project Insight that syncs up satellites that can “read a terrorist’s DNA” and helicarriers with precision weapons, so S.H.I.E.L.D. can take out potential threats, rather than responding after a hijacking or an attack. Rogers objects immediately on principle, and Fury joins in when he discovers that he has been locked out of Project Insight. Ultimately, we learn that Hydra, the nasty totalitarian agency from the previous “Captain America” movie, has infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D., and lead by Alexander Pierce (Robert Redford), intends to use Project Insight to kill a great number of people
And “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” returns time and time again to the idea that the biggest issue in national security is who controls the apparatus, rather than whether we should use certain technologies or techniques at all. ”What if Pakistan marched into Mumbai, and you knew they were going to drag your daughters into a soccer stadium and shoot them, and you could just stop it. With the flip of a switch. Wouldn’t you?” Pierce asks a member of the World Security Council who is horrified at the uses to which Pierce intends to put Project Insight. “Not if it was your switch,” the man tells him.
We are supposed to be fine with Fury’s choice to shoot Pierce because we trust him. And when Steve, Romanoff, and Fury send the Project Insight helicarriers into deadly crashes, we are not supposed to be bothered by the massive, indiscriminate loss of life they just caused both because they are our heroes, and because the movie tells us that everyone on board is a bad guy. “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” at least avoids the destruction so many blockbusters visit on major cities with surprisingly little mention or consequence by sending the helicarriers into the Potomac, and the Triskelion, the S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters, which is full of Hydra agents. But even if they avoid civilian casualties, the movie shows the same lack of interest in criminal proceedings that characterizes the targeted killing program. In comparison to all this carnage, Rogers’ decision not to kill the Winter Soldier, a Hydra agent who turns out to be his old friend Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), is not exactly a reassuring sign of restraint.
And take a look at what is said about that HYDRA organization of shape shifters in a scene with A.I./Transhumanism aspects:
“Hydra was founded on the idea that humanity could not be trusted with its own freedom,” Dr. Arnim Zola, the Hydra agent who lives on as an artificial intelligence, tells Rogers and Romanoff when they uncover him. But Rogers, Fury, and Romanoff essentially tell us the same thing.
Infowars seems to think this film is purposefully showing us the Illuminati agenda in their Captain America review:
So naturally this puts the Captain in conflict against the film’s antagonists, neoconservatives who believe in creating “order” out of artificial chaos through fear and control. They want Americans to willingly trade in their liberties for “security.”
Gee, sounds a lot like real life, doesn’t it? Looks the screenwriters studied white papers from the Project for the New American Century when writing this film. There’s also a great reference in the movie to Total Information Awareness, the ambitious surveillance program that sought to analyze every American’s personal records in order to develop a “risk profile” on each person.
Hollywood’s honesty here is refreshing.
The movie also tackles other key aspects, such as information control, centralized planning, trans-humanism, compartmentalization and even brainwashing. Captain America: Winter Soldier points out the fallacies in all of these, making the film seem very anti-propaganda compared to other recent Hollywood productions.
The movie is great for showing your friends and family a frame of reference to what’s going on both domestically and geopolitically in the world today.
I think that WP article sums up the agenda fairly well:
The issue in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is less that we outsource our freedom, and more who we hand it over to. Ultimately, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is a movie about the targeted killing program that reaches essentially the same answer as the Obama administration: As long as Barack Obama, or Steve Rogers, or Nick Fury is deciding who should be killed, things are essentially all right.
Here’s a ‘no-spoiler’ review on the film from Alex Jones. You’ve got to love that he rates it on a scale of 1776-1984 lol. They make claims that SHIELD is a form of Department of Homeland Security, DARPA has super soldiers, and other ‘fill in the blank fears’, etc.:
David Knight is joined in studio by infowars reporter Jakari Jackson, LeeAnn McAdoo and writer Kit Daniels join David for a NO SPOILER review of the new Captain America: Winter Soldier, the truths the movie tells about removal of individuals rights and frightening possibilities of a dystopian future.