On today’s episode of the Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture podcast we explain what happened in Midsommar…
Ari Aster’s Midsommar served as the follow up to Hereditary; a film with so much occult symbolism that I HAD to see Midsommar the day it released.
The film did not disappoint as Aster continues his trek into redefining horror films with a more grounded feel than the classic slashers. The visual imagery will be stuck in my head long after the movie’s conclusion (*just like Hereditary– a film so horrific I’ll never watch it again).
Join along as we break down the meaning of the occult symbolism in Midsommar…
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But are these occult films meant to intice people into these pagan beliefs?, or to paint them as evil and something to run away from? You’d think if the Illuminati wants us to believe Lucifer is the true God Then they would portray him in a more positive way, no?
Or are these directors just whistleblowers trying to inform us on the truth? Are they pro occult or anti?
Definately pro. Netflix has a lot of series promoting witchcraft and the occult as a good thing and portraying Lucifer as a nice guy. In Midsommar by the way, the story was conducted in a way a lot of people thought it was a happy ending
Funny that The guy who plays Christian in Midsommar, plays Jack Parsons on Strange Angel. I guess he as an actor got the opposites reconciled in his own life.