On today’s episode of the Occult Symbolism and Pop Culture with Isaac Weishaupt podcast we’ll look at the hidden occult world in Christopher Nolan’s film- Oppenheimer! We’ll round out our Barbenheimer analysis by walking through this entire film and talk about the symbolism we saw in the film of the hidden occult world of quantum, Prometheus, Solve & Coagula with Fission & Fusion, Einstein, nerds having apocalyptic visions, Manhattan Project, commies, mark of the beast, Freemasonry, Bohemian Grove, Harry Truman, Jack Parsons, Twin Peaks and opening gateways to new worlds for the UFOs! Oppenheimer was “troubled by visions of a hidden universe” so let’s see what lies within!
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Welcome back to A called symbolism of pop culture. I’m your host Lotte Isaac, and today we’re going to look at the hidden occult symbolism in Christopher Nolan’s film Oppenheimer. We’re going to round out part two of our Barban Hymer analysis by walking through this entire three hour film, it talks about the symbolism that we see in the hidden occult realm of quantum. We’re gonna talk about Prometheus, when I’m talking about the bath of May the salt and coagula or should I say salt? A, I don’t know. I’m not a 15th century Alchemist. Because they planted that because of an old planet that with the ideas of fission and fusion in the film, Einstein, nerds with apocalyptic visions and how we all get to suffer because of them. Manhattan Project commies, the ex Oh Mark of the Beast, it was in the film, Freemasonry, the Bohemian Grove, Harry Truman, Jack Parsons, Twin Peaks force and opening gateways to new worlds for the UFOs to come to stress. Because Oppenheimer was troubled by visions of a hidden universe, I want you to join me so I can trouble you as well. Like I said, this is part two in a way of the Barban Hymer dual action packed show, because if you recall, last week, my Patreon support all my supporters, right Patreon, VIP section, Apple premium rock Finn. All you guys, all the supporters, they get all the bonus goodies. And last week, we did Barbie and let me tell you, you missed out on a show. I had several comments and it was the best show I’ve ever done. And that’s out of over 500 episodes and counting. So hey listen to the listen to the audience. And as you can tell, I’m low tea Isaac today. We forgot to hit me with with my I usually take my tee shot on Wednesday night we forgot it. So I’m tired. I’m low tea. And I’m not ready to put up that fight. Not yet. But let’s keep let’s keep going as I wake up from my slumber we’re going to get through this because there’s a lot there’s gonna be a long show. Get comfortable. But yeah, so, but we need to talk about Barbie for just five minutes. Right? Okay. Because I gotta catch up the free feed losers because they didn’t know all the Barbie stuff that we talked about for two hours. Last week. We talked about the Barbie film and of course, we talked about the occult symbolism of it right. We talked about the idea of patriarchy, that was the big thing. We talked about all the symbolism in the movie Kubrick 2001 Space Odyssey obviously, magic Citizens United portals to new worlds, the rainbow rooms, the social construct of our roles as men and women. Right. And, you know, just to make sure you understand who I am. I do believe there is a difference between biological sexes. That’s right. I know that’s controversial to say nowadays, but I also am granola enough to respect that some people feel like they identify a certain social constructs. Okay. I feel like that’s the I feel like that’s the path forward on the big culture war. If a person assigned female biological traits says, Look, I feel like a masculine social construct and male. That’s fine. I can refer to them when he hymns don’t bother me. None. But like, let’s all but like none of us have a role in understanding what there is. Who cares? We talked about talked about opposing polarities. That was the big one. Right? That’s what I wanted to talk to you about. Because there was a theory I floated when I saw Barbie, and I had not seen Oppenheimer yet that we are looking at a I don’t wanna say propaganda, but propaganda of this Barban Heimer duality, right? This was an opposing polarity play on the public. Say that three times fast. The male dominated Oppenheimer versus the female centered Barbie. And all the mouthpieces fell right for it. You know, we because I picked on Ben Shapiro on the barbie episode because he had a 45 minute video and I went through the whole thing. I suffered through it. And today, we’re I’m also going to blow up Ben Shapiro’s argument. If you think Ben Shapiro is a smart guy, listen to the Barbie show and listen to this show. And I’m going to prove to you that he’s not.
Yeah, because he was crying and pissing and moaning about Barbie and women wanting their rights to decide who they want to be. And then Oppenheimer came along, and he said, No, this is what it’s a great movie. This is what we should be watching, guys, everyone, come on. And I’m gonna tell you why he’s full of it with my plot, spoiling walkthrough of the film, because Oppenheimer, from what I saw in the film seemed like a real creep. controversial opinion, I know. But that’s why you come here. But yeah, so anyway, the irony here is that I thought, the Barbie film actually gave us much more to talk about. And I thought that Oppenheimer was going to give me more to talk about because it’s so close Oppenheimer and the story of the atomic bomb and the Trinity site is so chock full of you could argue it’s the heart of all the look, because I’m a conspiracy guy, right? As you know. And I focus on the occult, alien paranormal sort of lane within conspiracy theory. And the Trinity science, the atomic testing, I think that ties in with the alien agenda and UFOs I’m gonna we’re gonna talk about it by the end of this show. homunculus is golems Croley? I think that’s all related. But we didn’t get a lot of that in the movie. Of course not right. But what did the movie what was it about it was about the life and times of J. Robert Oppenheimer. This is the father of the atomic bomb. And it was based on a book called American Prometheus. The triumph and tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Byrd and Martin Sherwin. Now, don’t, don’t you fret we’re coming back to that. We’re not going to casually talk about how this guy was called to Prometheus without coming back to that. Let’s walk through the film of who’s in it first, before we spoil plots. Cillian Murphy. He plays Mr. Oppenheimer. I heard that he had prepared for the roll by reading a bunch of Oppenheimer stuff. And Oppenheimer was notoriously frail and then and gaunt. He was ultra low tea, Oppenheimer. So Cillian Murphy went ultra low tea. He said his inspiration was Bowie 1970s coked out Bowie. And he did end up losing a ton of weight. I heard he did some kind of method acting where he would eat a handful of nuts for dinner at a restaurant where everyone else was party and he was by himself. He’s it now. I’m in I’m committed here. Robert Downey Jr. Iron Man himself plays a guy named Louis Strauss. Still confused as to who he was. That’s the thing I didn’t like about the movie, because I love me a little when he got a biopic or something. Not a documentary, but I love documentaries, but I love it when they do films about real life events. And Nolan has breezed through all these characters as if we all know who these nerds were from at was it 60s, damn, 90 years ago. Like dude, nobody knows who these people are. And I get it. Like maybe I should have done a little homework before I walked in. But anyway, that was one of my frustrations with the film. I’m like, bro, you keep introducing, there’s like 1000 characters in here and you act and they assume you didn’t constantly know who they are. Like, give me a little. I don’t know, a little verbal tag at the bottom when they show up for a minute. You know what I mean? Maybe I’m just stupid. Matt Damon was in there. Madamme general Leslie groves. He’s the guy who’s running the Manhattan Project. Emily Blunt played kitty Oppenheimer. That’s Jay Roberts wife, Florence Pugh. We love Florence Pugh. She played Jean Tatlock. She was Oppenheimer sidepiece Casey Affleck he did great, by the way and was he cancelled? Didn’t he do something inappropriate? I don’t know if he did or didn’t. But he sure did. He sure did sell me on the role he played. He had a very minor role. I mean, he was in the movie for three minutes. He played this role of Boris Pash. But he was my favorite character. I was like, Oh, this guy’s this guy’s so if then else man, he really channeled whatever that is. Matthew Modine Yeah. From Full Metal Jacket. He played van levar Bush now related to the Bush family. No, you would think so. Matthew Modine infamously turned down the lead role in Top Gun because he was so anti war as I found it curious he was in this but there he was. And look if you saw my if you follow me on letterbox, which is an app where people just post film reviews and I enjoy it immensely. If you follow me there you saw I gave this movie three and a five stars. Much lower. I gave Barbie four and a half because I love Barbie. Barbie was entertaining give me a lot to think about. Blah, blah, blah. I mean, but and I gave Oppenheimer three stars. But look, everyone did great. The far as I can tell, I’m not a film critic. And from the top to bottom, it seems like a beautifully shot movie and the acting was superb and all that. But I gave it three stars. And we’re gonna come back. I’ll come back to that. And maybe that’s conclusion talk. So let’s get into the film plot spoilers common. As if you know, it’s a film based on history. Who cares, right? Do you need to watch the movie before you listen to this? Not really. I mean, you already know what’s going to happen. Okay, starts off. And right off the bat. I’m in the theater. And it starts I mean sunflower seeds, because I’m trying to cut right now. And I can’t eat another type of popcorn. And it’s, and it was awful. It’s awful. But hey, I’m sitting down on and it starts off you get some badass sort of ethereal shots. For Oppenheimer having these visions of the concept of gravity and quantum theories of the world. We got an opening credit quote, says Prometheus stole fire from the gods and gave it to men. For this he was chained to a rock and tortured for eternity. I like all Dude, this is gonna kick so much ass. I can’t wait. Christopher Nolan. I love Christopher Nolan films, all the Batman movies inception, edit. Those are all great. Right off the bat, I’m thinking, Oh, Prometheus. And in fact, I didn’t know that the title of the book this was baseball was called American Prometheus. So automatically, like, Oh, I got a Prometheus. Right. And from the call perspective, Prometheus is sort of the archetype for this idea of Lucifer, the devil, whatever, some kind of adversarial force giving technology to man from the gods. So that man can become his own God, to defy God himself. So right there, right off the bat, you can see that they’re framing it in the illuminate confirm way. But it makes sense is based upon the book, which has the title, but the point remains. I’ve talked about Prometheus many times over the years, because that seems to be the archetype they want to channel. Because Prometheus best exemplifies the idea that, hey, you know, we’re not this isn’t heresy. We’re not trying to say man can become God. We’re just trying to say that man can take some of the wisdom from God and give it to man, instead of keeping man ignorant and in the dark. And that’s gonna come up later, because there’s some free Masonic slang that gets thrown around in this movie. That you boycott. Oh, yeah. Allegedly, maybe, maybe not. I could be wrong on that take, we’ll see. So the film, it’s set up in a few timelines, which I actually liked, because I felt like it made the story move along pretty good. But it was confusing because it kind of jumps around, right. And he basically calls out two timelines, fission and fusion. And those are termed fission is about the atomic bomb and breaking apart the atom splitting the atom. And then fusion is about nuclear fusion pulling atoms together, I guess. That’s more related to the hydrogen bomb from what I read. I don’t understand these things. But what we’re talking about is fission and fusion is about breaking apart and coming back together. And what we’re talking about is the Baphomet, the salve and coagula. This is an alchemical term. All right, it’s an alchemical approach. Because he took us on an alchemical journey in Oppenheimer, just like Barbie did. That’s why Barbie started out with a direct metaphor of 2001 Space Odyssey because that’s what Kubrick was showing us in 2001 with the monolith
And of course, solvent coagulum is to break apart and join together again, it’s an alchemical term, they think you can strip man down to his basic essence the primal materia and rebuild it in a better way to become God. See all ties into Prometheus. Yes. It’s about recreating something by tearing it down and rebuilding it. Oppenheimer ushered in a new age, a new world, which you’re going to literally hear those words in this film. He wrote in the New World Order. But in the movie, the fission side of the movie is about Oppenheimer defending himself against this kangaroo court, they call it who accused him of being a communist. Fusion is about apparently problems with stret, this guy Strauss’s confirmation in the Senate. Welcome back. And you can also argue that it’s literally a new world. Right? When Einstein brought about this theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, he defied a lot of the concepts previously understood in the scientific community as the Newtonian, of Newtonian mechanics, Isaac Newton, right? Because Einstein said, Look, energy is matter. And matter is energy. And that space time as a fabric. And love people were like, What are you talking about? We’re talking about the idea that the universe is sort of created in our mind in a ways if you want to go to the extreme New Age aspect of this thing. Because and let’s put all my, my science hat here, from what I understand, from a couple semesters of physics in college. Because they walk you in, when you take physics in college, they walk you through the history of all things. And they start with the Newtonian mechanics, and Isaac Newton’s theories of physics. And it’s very materialistic. It’s like, you’ve got potential energy and kinetic energy, and if you know the mass, and you know the gravity, because it’s given and you know, the height of something, you know, how much energy it’s going to provide, that converts from potential to kinetic and all this stuff, right? All these like very formula derived specific things. Then, I don’t know 400 years later ish, Einstein comes along. And he he publishes his books on the theory of relativity. And his sort of questions, some elements, and it from the way I understand this, to simplify it, Newton understood the physical world as we know it, as we see it, as we experience, Einstein was on a much more higher macro level. And he understood how the universe works, which is totally different. And a lot of the occult magicians surely perked up. Now, Oppenheimer, he had visions of this hidden universe, they make it very clear in the movie. And I read this as he was channeling information from a higher source. This could be the Prometheus stuff, right? And you hear this often, from the minds of artists, geniuses, that they channel information that channel energy, whatever. Even Einstein’s theory of relativity theory of relativity came to him in a vision, he had a dream, where he was walking into a farmer’s field. And he saw a bunch of cows, and the cows ran into an electric fence, and they all jumped at the same time. But he had a vision that there was a farmer across the other side of the field, the farmer sees the event. And what he sees is a ripple effect of cows jumping one at a time, like a wave. And it was one event. Two perspectives. It’s like when corn was playing a Woodstock 99 They were playing blind. John Davis, the singer said, when when they hit the, you know the part he saw the crowd jumping in waves, because the sound would hit. Because it was such a huge crowd, the sound would sort of ripple through it would have to propagate through the various speakers. And the crowd would all jump when it was a reach their speaker. So, but it was Oppenheimer, he’s a student, one of the teachers is picking on him. And look, this is going to be a very factual check. Film analysis here. Okay. Well, the teacher is picking on him. And there’s apparently I think Neil Bohr has a lecture going on. Here. And the teacher picks out says look, I’m going to stay behind clean up the rest of the class, we’re all going to the lecture. So often I would take cyanide and injects it into the professor’s Apple, he’s going to kill the professor for making vulnerable in that nerd anger. As Why would I sell those shirts and say these nerds are going to kill us. Whichever you got some left, go to gumroad.com backslash Isaac W get your own podcast logo shirt. to profess your love for the occult symbolism of pop culture, podcast. The music, he’s gotten hurt angry and he’s gonna kill the guy. Because that’s the problem with nerds. They have no emotional connection to humanity. Controversial take, but it’s the truth. And I know because I myself, am a nerd. I went to college for engineering. I hung out with a lot of engineers over the years, and I’ve witnessed a lot of things I didn’t like, Oh my god. These nerds are gonna kill us. You think Elon Musk is a well rounded person? You think Zuckerberg is a well rounded person. Now they’re nerds. And they have a disdain for humanity and there’s something wrong with them. Now apparently, this whole thing about the Apple is not true. Oppenheimer’s grandson Charles told Time Magazine. It’s simply not true. Quite the bold move by Christopher Nolan, in my opinion, why you would do this? I don’t know. I don’t know why this isn’t more controversial gonna like bro. Right at the beginning of the movie, I look around like, so the guy is gonna murder his teacher. What’s wrong with him? And it made me think of the story about the godfather of computer science, Alan Turing, he was secretly gay. And he committed suicide by eating an apple that he had injected with cyanide, which is kind of weird when you look at the logo for the Apple brand. It’s an apple with a bite taken out of it. And that’s obviously a computer. Or people say it’s the Garden of Eden. And again, that ties us into the Prometheus Luciferian idea of the serpent tempting Adam and Eve with the apple. Could be that angle to could be, you know, Nolan shown us a bit of that. There was a good quote. And look, I didn’t catch your setup. I watched the movie twice. I watched the movie twice. a three hour movie, I watched it twice for you. And there’s only so much I could jot down. Someone tells Oppenheimer that like look, it’s not about can you read the music? It’s Can you hear the music? So I thought was pretty good. And it’s all about how Oppenheimer sees the world in a very peculiar way. It flashes several images and some of these images include. He’s reading a book called The Wasteland I looked it up. It’s a famous poem by TS Eliot. And I’m far too uncultured to pretend to know what it’s about. So here’s the Wikipedia take. Says Eliot’s poem combines the legend of the Holy Grail and The Fisher King with vignettes of contemporary British society. Le employs many allusions to the Western canon, of Ahmed’s metamorphosis Dante’s Divine Comedy Shakespeare built in Buddhist scriptures, the Hindu, botanist Shadz, and even a contemporary popular song the Shakespearean rag. You know the popular song the Shakespearean rag, it’s everyone’s favorite. There’s a couple interesting takes out of there of it is referenced in Eyes Wide Shut. Remember at the beginning, when oh boy is trying to bang Nicole Kidman. He references Ovid, Ovid, I don’t know, a holy grail obviously interesting from the conspiratorial perspective that they claimed as a bloodline of Jesus. And that’s what the Holy Grail is. From Dan bounds, Dan Brown’s DaVinci Code series. So Oppenheimer, he’s, he’s, he’s trippin right, trying to figure out the universe. He’s smashing these glasses, he’s going deep. And you know what? Mathematics and Physics it’s kind of like that I spent many years studying it. And that’s why Pythagoras was really into this stuff. There is some kind of weird, what feels like a language of God, I don’t know. What you get, once you get buried into this stuff, and you start understanding it when I took. I remember taking differential equations. And all math is so confusing at the beginning. Once you dial it in man, and you understand how the equations work, I remember just it’s like, it’s like your Neo in the Matrix, you start dodging the blocks, there are blocking punches. It’s kind of weird. It’s kind of computer programming. And sometimes once you get buried into the code, and you really, I don’t know get attuned to it, you know? on out.
So Oppenheimer, he meets with Louis Strauss. That’s Robert Downey Jr. is character, he is the head of the Atomic Energy Commission that they refer to as the AEC. In the movie. He just says he runs the institute. I’d look it up. I think he’s referring to the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton. All we know is he’s trying to get up and I want to work for him. This is apparently post Manhattan Project. I don’t know the timelines get kind of confusing to me, doesn’t really matter in the sense of what I’m going to talk to you about today. So don’t, don’t ask me don’t correct me here. I don’t know. We see Einstein hanging out on this campus, Oppenheimer goes to talk to him, says something we don’t know what we’re gonna find out later. Then we see Einstein, me login Strauss. Oh, it’s not about we have the fission scene. And this is a different kind of flashback. This is of him, defending himself. What we see is Oppenheimer giving a lecture in Europe, and he’s speaking Dutch, which apparently actually did, he learned Dutch just to give a lecture about quantum physics. That we seem teaching at Caltech and Berkeley, Caltech, of course, interesting, because of Jack Parsons, being there. He started JPL labs there. And Eimer starts teaching quantum theory, he meets a bunch of new nerds. He’s explaining it for the audience. He says, Hey, how can how can light be a particle and a wave at the same time? We don’t know. It’s a paradox. But it works in the world of quantum. And quantum is really weird like that, right? You get the story of strangers cat, where there is a sort of observer effect on things, things change once you focus your attention on them. And that was one of the big problems with science was how do you remove the subjective observer experience? How do you do that? And quantum says, like, it’s part of the equation. What? You know, you got law of entanglement, like two things. Stay connected over distances, somehow, spooky action at a distance, all kinds of crazy stuff. But Oppenheimer he theorizes about black holes. Apparently, before it was known. I thought I said it already covered that, but that I don’t know, maybe not. But while he’s at Berkeley, he’s embracing a lot of these communist socialist sort of things, these vibes he wants to make a teachers union and the people all the people there hate it. And that was a big part of the film was how he was his communist he would go to these Well, he was had communist interests. He would go to these commie gatherings with his brother Frank. It’s where he met a guy named Hawk on cobbly Cavalier. But he seemed like he was more in from the film he’s more interested in being anti fascism than he was being pro communism. Which I can get that he because at the time, it was like, you know, Nazis were in Germany doing their really fascist, terrible stuff. He meets Florence pude character, Jane. And she’s, she’s like, bro, you, she questions if he’s communist enough. And they’d have a conversation about how property is in communism, property is theft. Meaning it is not yours, you do not possess anything, which is a real, you know, and you can see why American capitalism hates this idea. They hate it. I hate it too. To be fair. But think about it, you own property, you own a house, like you own the land, you don’t own that land. The government owns the people on that. Because that’s human nature. Human nature is to be greedy. So you’ve got to balance that out. You got to have the balance of the communism and the capitalism together to make it work. But capitalism gives you the illusion of owning something. So it’s not really truly capitalistic, free market. You don’t own that land. So anyhow, Oppenheimer, he has sexy time with her. And some some sexy CAMI time with Jane. That’s Florence Pugh’s character, and you can hear it so there’s a part where she pulls out a book off his off his shelf, and it’s written in Sanskrit or something. And she says, hey, I want to read Can you read this? And he’s like, yeah, yeah, baby. Good. I read it so good. And he said, and she says, well read it to me. And it’s basically the Bhagavad Gita. The hog God V Oh, boy, you don’t have Zane. If you’re an ancient aliens fan, you already know, because that’s the one where they talk about the was it the the UFOs I want to say Tulpas. But that’s not it anyway, doesn’t matter. He reads the infamous quote, I am Death, the destroyer of worlds while they’re having sex. This is a teaser for later because there’s sex magic vibes in that entire idea of that whole scene. So they start, so Okay, so they show they have this relationship, right? They start talking about splitting atoms, and maybe starting chain reactions of atoms splitting to create a bomb, the atomic bomb. And the Americans are worried that the Germans are going to get this done first. So here comes van der bush. Some guy I’ll call his name was Richard. I don’t know. Like I said Nolan wasn’t really interested in making sure we understood who the characters were. He just assaulted us with them. So Oppenheimer, he meets kitty. And that’s played by Emily Blunt. She, she’s already married. She’s married, but homeboy is going to pull the robbery. While he’s also seeing Jane. Forrest Buse character. All right. are we tracking lots of infidelity is happening here the sanctity of marriage in the 40s. Apparently not much better than it is today. Ben Shapiro, of course oblivious to all of these things. Because he’s just a dummy spoon fed things to tell you, right? The people don’t have independent thoughts in their head. They just push a narrative because they get paid to do it and they get paid well, and that’s what they do. So Oppenheimer tries to unionize the professors that I think it’s Berkeley at this point. But Josh Hart nets character named Ernest Lawrence, who is already on the Manhattan Project. They’re beefing about it. They’re beefing because Arness Lawrence says, this is communism, this union idea. And he’s like, look at Oppenheimer. They’re gonna never let you in on our secret little project unless you quit it with this socialist stuff. And Oppenheimer was like, fine. I’ll knock it off. Let me in. So they let him in. Meanwhile, Robert Downey Jr, aka Strauss Stross, he apparently said something about how dangerous it was to ship isotopes to Norway or something. And he’s testifying. I think Congress, and Oppenheimer makes him look like a fool. Oppenheimer says something about how silly that is, because you could eat sandwich sandwiches with isotopes, I don’t know. It was apparently a big embarrassment for Strauss. And that is the origin of the beef between Strauss and Oppenheimer that Oppenheimer doesn’t even know about. Okay, next, Oppenheimer, come on only 40 minutes into the movie at this point, folks. up an hour comes home to celebrate getting on the secret project. But his baby that he’s got, and again, the story jumps around and timeframes at this point. He’s married to Kitty, because he in fact, does steal her from her husband. And he comes home to celebrate being on this new project, but their baby is crying. Oppenheimer’s, like, look, chick, you better do something about that noise. And she says she’s tripping. She’s like, Dude, I’ve been dealing with a screaming baby all day. It’s your turn. So what does he do? He snatches up their two month old baby and drops it off at a friend’s house and says You take care of this for a while. That’s right. That’s right. That’s what me I know. It’s funny because Barbie shows us there’s says claims as a patriarchy. And that’s debatable, right. If that’s still the same case today, for sure. In the 40s. It was and, and people like Ben Shapiro lose their minds. There’s no such thing. This is BS, there’s no patriarchy, then Oppenheimer shows his life in the 1940s. And I mean, you can’t argue the irony here. Oppenheimer drops the baby off at someone else’s babies two month old baby is crying, and it’s annoying to him. So he drops it off at a friend’s house and the friend is just like, You know what, you’re an important guy. I think I’ll do that. I’ll take care of your kid for you.
I mean, I don’t know is that the traditional family values we’re supposed to go back to? Is that what they want? I mean, that seems kind of odd to me. I mean, I don’t have kids. But I would think that if I did, I wouldn’t drop them off at a friend’s house and be like, here, I don’t want to take care of this kid. He’s screaming, you deal with it. Interesting, interesting take. So then we meet Matt Damon’s character, Leslie groves, great character, by the way, he tells Oppenheimer that he’s like, look, I’m the guy who designed the Pentagon. And I want you to be the director of the Manhattan Project, we’re gonna come back to this later. And again, timelines are jumping all over the place. So some of this might be hard to follow. Trust me, I was in the movie theater twice, trying to follow it and it was hard. Oppenheimer explains the Matt Damon. And Leslie groves says, Okay, what you should do to build the bomb, is to build a town in New Mexico, we’ll name it Los Alamos, what we’ll do is we’re going to refine plutonium and uranium in different parts of the country. And we’re going to connect them all with a railway. And he demonstrates this on a chalkboard. And when he does it, he draws a big circle, and then he puts a big X in the center of it. Now, this, if you go down the rabbit hole of conspiracy theory, that is a symbol for the mark of the beast, and I’m going to explain this in great detail. I’ve got a show about Elon Musk, and how he converted Twitter to x, because it’s symbolic of the mark of the beast and the Antichrist. I’ve actually already recorded it, and it goes very deep. And I think a lot of it’s gonna go over a lot of people’s heads, which is why I’m hesitant to put it out because I’m like, I don’t know that I that I go too deep in the weeds of this one. And then I thought, Okay, well, I’ll put up the Barbie show, I’ll put the Oppenheimer show. Those are the hot topics, and then maybe the next week, so I don’t know, I might redo it. I don’t know, we’ll see. But I’m gonna go deep into the mark of the beast. So stay subscribed to the show, because we got more common Elon Musk, Twitter, or x, or whatever it’s called now. There you go. So he demonstrate and I’m going to put the photo that I’m talking about on Instagram at Isaac Weishaupt lug subscribed, you can see the image of the mark of the beast in Oppenheimer. And ironically, because unleashing the nuclear forces does, in fact mean it could be the apocalypse in the end of the world and ushering in the End Times. Right? In a way that could be what this is. And in fact, they’re calling Oppenheimer, the Prometheus, which is the archetypal sort of Luciferian Antichrist himself. So Oppenheimer says, Look, this is about unleashing the strong force before the Nazis do. This is now this is physics geek talk. All right, I want to explain what that is. Because there’s four forces in nature, you’ve got nuclear, strong nuclear weak, electromagnetism and gravity. Nuclear strong is the force that he is talking about is the force that holds the atoms nucleus together, right, you got your protons and neutrons. Another idea you can consider is that we’re talking about the attraction of opposing polarities in a way, positive and negative because the nucleus has the positive force of the protons, and the negative charged electrons are held at a distance using the force of gravity. I believe, I could be wrong. Don’t quote me on that. The reason I’m talking about it is because I always talk about Twin Peaks. And in Twin Peaks, you’ll find that the force of electromagnetism plays a crucial role, as well as the force of the strong nuclear. All right, Oppenheimer, he’s recruiting his team and he asks some guy to join, but dudes leery about passing the security check. Now I tried to figure out who this character was. I have no idea. Very frustrating. I went on IMDb and everything. I have no idea who he was talking to. But what he says is, and I quote, Oppenheimer says, oh, so your fellow traveler did well, he says, Oh, he goes, so your fellow travelers so what this is a national emergency, they need us. And the guy says, Yeah, until they don’t, because he knows and I was gonna get played. very prophetic. Now, the reason we’re going to talk about this term is because it’s a phrase they use to describe. It’s oftentimes a phrase used politically to say, like, Hey, we are on the same political team here, right. But it also sounds very similar to a free Masonic term. And that free Masonic term is are you a traveling man, and they say it represents the journey from dark to light, and it derives from ancient Egypt where the Freemasons were the only ones allowed to travel between towns going to different work sites. And today in what they refer to as the speculative Freemasonry. It’s the polarity talk of the black and the white. And it’s always about seeking the light represented as the sun or the blazing stars, Sirius. All right? It’s kind of a deep term but it when someone asks, Are you a traveling man? That’s a free Masonic term. And Oppenheimer says, oh, so your fellow traveler? Is it a free Masonic reference in the film? I can’t quite tell it seems like it’s probably more related to the communist aspect and political talk to be fair. Then we get to seen with the, the infamous calculation from teller the is about the possibility of this chain reaction, continuing to react and ripple through the atmosphere and basically destroying the entire planet with all of us on it, of course, they ultimately run the formulas a couple of times and decided it’s closer to near zero, so let’s just let it rip. Now, Edward Teller, same guy says, We should build a bigger bomb, a hydrogen bomb, and this was a sticking point for Oppenheimer. Apparently, Strauss wanted to now use military might and bigger bombs and weapons to beat the Soviets in the upcoming Cold War. Oppenheimer thought it was too speculative. He wanted us to sort of find a cooperative way of all getting along. The Okay, so there’s a scene where Strauss is back at the congressional hearing, or confirmation hearing, I guess. And he, he said he references back when Oppenheimer was giving him grief about saying that the isotopes are dangerous. And he says, he goes, you know, the problem with these engineers or these nerds the scientist is, if you question them, they get very defiant. And he’s absolutely right. That’s the nerd anger. Okay. And again, I can say that because not only am I an engineers worked with engineers, but I’m also a nerd. All right. And sometimes with nerd culture, if you don’t, if you don’t diffuse the anger, it builds up. And then you get the nerd anger that scorched the earth anger. So the keep working on the atomic bomb Oppenheimer fighting for his security clearance, everyone’s questioning his communist liberal leanings and his relationships with commies like his brother Frank, his commie lover, Jane Tatlock, I think even his wife was a communist, or in a communist group at some point in the film. Meanwhile, he kept stupid Jane and then Jane eventually killed herself. In a bathtub no less, right. We all know about the conspiracies about the bathtub and the passage of the Goddess and the cleansing rituals. I didn’t see anything that imply that. That’s what we were looking at here. Exactly. Boris bash. That’s the was the Ben Affleck guy’s brother, Jesse Affleck was his damn name. As the guy was going on and on about how much I love this character. He’s questioning Oppenheimer and Matt Damon’s character, general groves or whatever tells Oppenheimer like, Look, if that guy’s questioning you, that’s bad news, bro. I do cold blood. He’s got ice in his veins. He’s the son of a Russian Orthodox bishop who went over and killed a bunch of Soviets. That was a really cool scene, right? Casey Affleck, that’s his name. But that was the really cool scene that I was talking about. Yeah, Cool story, bro. They have a didn’t sell you on that seem too good. And I’ll do my best of her. They have a Christmas party and they bring in a guest of honor. Who is it? No clue. I don’t know that they even said his name. We’re just supposed to know who he was. When I got it, I thought he said he was Heisenberg’s teacher. Niels or something? I don’t know. That’s what I have in my notes. No clue. But there is this guy, the guest of honor. He pulls Oppenheimer aside and tells him that this nuclear power, this bomb is going to change the entire world. He says it’s not a new weapon. It’s a new world. All right. And he calls Oppenheimer, the American Prometheus in the scene and recall my ranting about the Baphomet solving coagula the fission and the fusion because that’s what this is the nuclear age the New World. The New World Order
may be all this geopolitical talk about the New World Order is really about unleashing Lucifer Syrian forces through the American Prometheus. Call me crazy. Ya know, they did that Trinity atomic bomb testing in July 1945. And what happened right after we had a UFO crash. Now we added another one in 47 to Roswell. They unleashed the powers. Oppenheimer gets into it with Strauss and why he shouldn’t make this hydrogen bomb again. Strauss says, stuff about how he’s like, look, how’s Truman going to reassure the American people, unless we make a bigger better bomb than the Russians. The Soviets, I guess, is what he said. Oppenheimer says, Well, we’re gonna do it by limiting nuclear weapons through international control of nuclear energy through the United Nations, a global sort of policing force. He’s a says, and then Strauss says, It’s not fascism that threatens our survival. It’s communism, which was very much the tone of all the boogeyman, from the 40s 50s 60s, and so on. All the little spot where the government was doing dirty stuff, and not telling nobody FBI, COINTELPRO all those things. It was all in the name of making sure that communism didn’t affect us all. We finally hear Oppenheimer name this test Trinity. He says, better my heart, three person to God, which is a poem from a guy named Don DLN. And he will come back to that there’s discussion about whether or not they should actually let the Japanese or whether or not they should actually bomb the Japanese because at this point, the Germans had already surrendered. It was already over with the Germans. And they also were questioning whether or not they should let the Soviets know like, hey, we built a nuclear nuclear bomb, we’re gonna drop it on these fools. Because there but then they’re worried at the same time, like, like, I know, we’re allies with Soviets right now. But they’re kind of our enemy. Because of communism. Oppenheimer kept pushing for mutual trust. Even not using the bomb on the Japanese, but all the military types like now, we’re going to test what we’re doing. So Oppenheimer and the fellows, they’re preparing for the test. Oppenheimer claims this big ass tower I already did that real life 100 foot tower up a ladder. Here’s a nice little intimate moment with the bomb gadget. It’s called gadget is more intimate with the bomb than his wife at any point in this movie. Not as intimate as He was with Jane. So we finally make it we finally make it to the atomic bomb scene. And boy, Nolan really lays on the suspense thick. Real thick, I got anxiety. I’m in my chair like, oh man, here we go. They talked about the site being called Trinity the moon. Okay, the movie implies that’s from the poetry of that John Don don’t donee. This is a subject we talked about in my David gross UFO whistleblower show where we talked about trinity being used at the horn nada del muerto journey of the dead, which is also next to another infamous crash at sicuro. I forgot to mention that one. And there’s a big black obelisk at the Trinity site as we speak. And we were talking about Trinity was chosen by Oppenheimer for reasons that aren’t entirely 100% Sure, from what I’ve read. A lot of people think it’s a reference to the Christian Trinity, through his love of the poet John dawn. And on Wikipedia, it says this, For the poem, it says as West and East and all flat maps, and I am one r1. So death doth touch the resurrection. Now it’s interesting. Now that I watched this movie turned out Jane Tatlock as far as puce character, the common side piece, she introduced Oppenheimer to the poetry of this John Don guy, and some people even alleged he’s actually naming the Trinity site in honor of her. Right. Must have really burned up his wife if she knew. So they used so Okay, so back to the actual, the the atomic test, right? We’re ready for it. And it happens. And it’s silent. Well, let me go. Let me talk about first let me talk about setup first. So apparently, he used real explosives not not a nuclear explosion, but real explosive instead of CGI, so you know, points for that right? He said there’s no CGI and the whole film so like you got to respect that. And apparently it’s true that when they were setting up to do the bomb testing, that bad weather came through so they really did delay the the weather and Oppenheimer in the movie he prophetically says, it’ll clear out at our, and groves is like it better I’m gonna kick your ass. Alright. But in reality apparently it was a meteorology team led by a guy named Jack Hubbard, who knew that the forecast was going to clear up with no relation to L. Ron Hubbard, from what I can tell. And they’re talking so Lesley groves, general groves, Matt Damon, he’s talking to Oppenheimer right before. And he finally hears about this near zero chance of annihilation. And they reduce it to a joke and grows walks out. He’s like, try not to destroy the world. Oh, I’m glad you guys are really. It just seems it just seems wild. Right? And thank God, it didn’t happen. I guess maybe maybe it didn’t. We don’t even know it. We’re living in a parallel reality. Who knows? But anyways, this is the scene where you get the Okay, so you get this countdown, right? You’re in your little chair, your heart’s beating in your chest. You’re like, Oh, my God, it’s been two hours. I’m ready for full face melt. The bomb goes off. Silence. You get visuals for maybe a minute. Then you hear the explosion because you know the speed of sound slower than sight. So that’s how it really happened. They could see it before they felt it. And it’s over. It’s like a minute, like not even a minute. In the movie. All this build off. And for what? I went to the theater fully expecting this to be a life altering experience of the horror of an atomic explosion. And it was a total letdown, or shall I look at the clock. I’m like, damn, I got another hour left. What are we going to talk about for an hour? Oh, the suffering. If you want to see a real mind bending atomic explosion, you already know where we’re going, folks. Twin Peaks season three, episode eight. Now you’d need to watch every episode leading up to that to fully appreciate it. But if you’re 100% Sure, you’re never gonna watch any of that. Just watch the scene and you’ll know why. I think Christopher Nolan screwed the pooch on this. That’s right. And what bugs me is Christopher Nolan is the kind of guy who, because a lot of people complain about the dialogue is hard to hear, which I didn’t actually find in this movie. But when you watch movies at home, unless you got some crazy nerd audio set up, you can’t hear what’s going on. You got to read with subtitles, which sucks. And Christopher Nolan’s the kind of guy that says, Well, I don’t care. I didn’t make it for poor people at home on their phones. I made it for a theater with maximal technology, IMAX, like sit your ass in the theater and and you know, feel it, right. That’s kind of how he is. So I’m like, bro, you drag me into this theater for 30 seconds. And wasn’t even that interesting. But you know, there’s no CGI. So you got to you got to respect that. Once I went to a and Salt Lake City, they have a place I can think of the name. It’s something like Astronomy Center thing. And they had in the top they have the dome. And they had a black hole movie a drug Josie to see this thing. And the idea was like it’s a full sort of IMAX thing. It was like you’re going to experience what it’s like to go into a black hole, like on Dow for that. And it was terrifying. It was absolutely terrifying. I wanted that I wanted the taste of that. I was like This sucks. I will steal my stuff. That’s great, boo, boo. Anyway, this is the scene where Oppenheimer recites the Bhagavad Bhagavad Gita, and he says, Now I am become death the destroyer of worlds. It’s interesting that earlier they depicted happening during sexy time during commie sexy time, when he recited it also, so is no one telling us there’s an element of sex magic. I mean, we’re doing magic, there’s having sex, but whatever. Is there an element of sex magic with the nukes? Like the connects the two? He connects the two. Because in the occult, sex magic is the heart of all operations. It’s a hidden force. It’s a gateway to other worlds. Is he showing us that from two perspectives? I’d argue. Maybe he is. And if he’s not, I am. Alright.
So Oppenheimer, he starts tripping out now. The devil has been unleashed, right? And he goes to this pretty cool scene. That was probably the best scene in the movie, where he experiences sort of what the victims of the atomic bomb will experience. Okay, we’re moving along, he goes to President Truman’s office. Now there’s been a great success, and they’ve bombed Japan and the war is over. And Oppenheimer, he’s talking to Truman about his concerns with the future of nuclear weapons. And he’s again pushing this global cooperation idea, right? There’s that communism we’re talking about. And, you know, especially if we’re talking about building hydrogen bombs, which are, I think they make a reference in the movie. They’re like, what doesn’t matter if you drive in 10 feet of water, 10,000 feet of water, like, either way, whatever, right. But it’s all mental. Like, who’s got the biggest swing bomb, right. So Truman asks, Oppenheimer, so Truman’s like, yeah, yeah. So he’s like, What should we do with this Los Alamos town that you created? And Oppenheimer’s, like give it back to the Indians, which wasn’t very well, it’s Native American, but it’s the 40s. Right. And Truman’s pissed, because I bro, you’re not on the right team here. And then Oppenheimer says, Look, I feel like I’ve got blood on my hands. And Truman Moxham played by Gary Oldman. And by the way, did great. Calls Oppenheimer cry baby, it kicks him out of the office. So don’t let that cry baby back in here. Ouch. And apparently, that was a real thing. Truman really called him a crybaby. But in reality, what I read was Oppenheimer was actually cool with building a hydrogen bomb. So I don’t know how much of this is true. The film makes it look like he was really on some hippy commie vibes, but apparently was more of a practical thing. Like he thought if we were building a hydrogen bomb, it just gonna take away resources that we could build more atomic bombs, which was a proven technology. So maybe he was looking at it from a technological risk standpoint. I should read a book maybe maybe I could find that out. But I’m not going to. But at this point, the movie loses a ton of steam. A ton of steam this last hour. I’m just like, bro, wake me up when it’s over. But you know, that’s in my opinion. What do I know? I’m a guy who loves Spring Breakers. So I always keep that in mind. But to me the whole last hour, it’s just a lot more of the same. It’s is Oppenheimer a communist? Yes. No, yes. No. Back and forth. Right. Strauss. Real shady guy. Okay, got it. Oppenheimer feels bad that the military does what the military was going to do the whole time. And this goes on for like an hour, right? I mean, it’s fine. I just have a short attention span. Sometimes I get impatient. We already saw the bomb. That was what I came here for, basically. And I’m ready to leave. I’m like, bro, we get it. I’m ready to leave now. Please let me go now. So we’re watching Strauss go through the confirmation hearing, it blows up in his face. Pun intended. One of the scientists exposes how Strauss was actually pulling all the strings. It’s the guy who played Freddie Mercury. He’s in this movie. He’s another nerd. And he’s testifying in Congress at the confirmation hearing about how bad Strauss is. He’s like, Yeah, Strauss was pulling out and making all these political moves, throwing everyone under the bus just to get ahead. And they deny his confirmation and Strauss is embarrassed. And he asked his little advisor helper guy, he’s like, Well, who voted against me. And Strauss gets dunked on by none other than a young John F. Kennedy. That’s right. And that was a curious twist. In fact, there’s parallels here between Oppenheimer’s liberal commie stance and JFK. I’m going to read you from Politico because just two months before in 63, two months before JFK was assassinated. On September 20. He gave a speech at the United Nations General Assembly where he offered to mount a joint manned lunar program with the Soviet Union. I read about this in dark commission but I fact checked it. My you know, dark mission written by Richard Hoagland and Mike Berra. So merde, from Politico Kennedy’s proposal that the rival superpowers cooperated on a mission to mount an expedition to the moon caught the Soviet leadership and many Americans off guard. Towards the end of his address, Kennedy said, in a field where the United Nations United States and the Soviet Union have a special capacity space, there is room for new cooperation for further joint efforts. I include among these possibilities, a joint expedition to the moon. So my thing was, it was Christopher Nolan pushing a little taste of JFK disclosure like we’re gonna find out more about this I don’t know. So the movies finally wrapping up we finally hear when Einstein and Oppenheimer were talking about before Strauss came walking around, got mean mugged. It was about the idea of the atomic bomb ending the world through chain reaction. And Oppenheimer says, I think we already did that. Right. And it was a pretty cool ending, because you see this nuclear annihilation happening. He has a vision of nuclear annihilation happening all over the globe for a second. So that was pretty cool. You know, seven out of 10 ending. But you know, I was, I was checking out all the talkie talkie. I was like, brah. I just gotta take a leak. Let’s go. So in conclusion, let’s wrap it up. And I got a lot to talk about. I’m just I just talking so much today. It’s a long conclusion, but let’s get into it. In conclusion, there’s a lot there’s a lot to cover here who Alright, let’s start with who won the Barban Heimer. War. I liked Barbie better as an entertainment piece. It was way more entertaining. And I know you already think Go Isaac and his liberal granola. Og alkaline nonsense. Of course, he liked Barbie better. Yeah, I did. I did. And it’s not politically motivated. I wanted to see Oppenheimer way more than I wanted to see Barbie. I would have seen Oppenheimer first, but the situation was that I couldn’t. And I love Christopher Nolan films I really do. Plus, I’m super interested in the atomic bomb, the Trinity, say, explosives, all that right. And I love biopic type films about real stories and real people. So I mean, you know, I just felt like it could have been a better movie. And when I say better, I should clarify that because I feel like from a cinematography, film critic angle, like the acting was great. And it seemed like it was probably a great put together movie. And it was a good movie. It was a interesting movie. It was good. Definitely good. I just didn’t, I just didn’t feel nearly as entertained as I wanted it to be. I mean, it was three hours. But I never don’t regret watching it at all. I mean, don’t get it wrong. But I wouldn’t watch it again. It’s not inception, or Batman even I’d watch those. But I’ve never definitely had better trailers than Barbie. They had a Bob Marley movie co now that looks good. They have a an exorcist movie coming out. Are you kidding me? I can’t wait for that. Also, this movies about the military industrial complex using the guy these guys for their own power, which you hear about in the movie, that’s what the one dude, the Freemason guy was saying, he’s like, bro, they’re just gonna use you. So I’m not interested. Thanks, though. Truman calls him a crybaby. I, okay, Truman, once you go build an atomic bomb. You’re so smart. Because there’s this weird, psychopathic tendency people have when they get enough power under them. They think they’re hot stuff, right? The body counts don’t keep you up at night anymore. You’re above that you’ve elevated yourself to godlike status. And that’s why they get into these occult practices to become gods. Also know that it’s interesting because a lot of people don’t believe in conspiracy because they say look, the government’s so inefficient and incompetent. They could never keep a secret. But this is the example where they’re absolutely wrong. You had multiple refinement plants around the country with uranium, plutonium your entire town built Los Alamos and even the nuclear test, they found a way to hide that. The government planet a story that said it was a ammunition magazine that exploded, you know, an igloo, in the bomb dump, they would call that in the military ordnance world. There was 120,000 people working on the Manhattan Project. And only a few knew what was really going on. And this is exactly what David Icke is talking about when he gives you the understanding about how the world works with the pyramid structure, you keep the mouth breathers on the bottom and only the people at the top know what’s going on. You keep us distracted at the bottom. So you keep doing what you want to do at the top. Movie was also about the quantum world, which is referred to as the Hidden World. Which by definition makes it a cult, the Latin word for hidden.
And the ideas you hear about an Oppenheimer about how he talks about how matter you know, all things are kind of empty. Space is held by gravitational pull of atoms towards each other. So when you think you’re touching an object, that’s not really true, right? And I know it’s weird to think about all this but if you if you if you take a physics course, seems like that’s what it is. Right? It’s really weird. Some say it’s peering into the mind of God. And there’s a lot of overlaps between the conspiracy theory world the occult, new age of quantum physics. I went down this road pretty far. You could argue I’m still there in a way. It started with What the Bleep Do We Know a documentary which then I read the book. Then I got into Dr. Joe Dispenza. His work man. Throwing some some hallucinogens. Oh boy, I don’t know what’s going on anymore. Right. Next, you got the idea of bloodlines and elites and connecting to the big conspiracies. Bohemian Grove. Not in the movie. Not in the movie. They really blow it there too. That was another thing disappointed me I was like come on bro. You’re not even though politically he me and Grove scene in here? Because you probably already know if you listen to me long enough. Bohemia you know Bohemian Grove is where they get together every year all the leads. They have the the boys club. Alex Jones infiltrated it, check out his video from 30 years ago. They get together to do a psychodrama ritual, the cremation of care ceremony to this giant owl. It’s a trip that Manhattan project was conceived of at Bohemian Grove. You can This is as basic as Wikipedia. They even mentioned so you know it’s super true. Says the grove is particularly famous for a Manhattan Project Planning meeting that took place in September 1942, which subsequently led to the atomic bomb. Those attending this meeting included Ernest Lawrence, J. Robert Oppenheimer, the S one executive committee heads, such as the president of Harvard, Yale, and Princeton, along with representatives of Standard Oil and General Electric as well as various military officials. At the time, Oppenheimer was not an S one member, although Lawrence and Oppenheimer hosted the meeting. So the movie paints one picture, but in reality, I think, okay, it was a member really concerned about the military industrial complex. Was he out there partying with the Rockefellers from Standard Oil, G bones men from Yale scollard bones, the Bush family. I wasn’t there. So I don’t know. There’s a photo and I’ll put this on the Instagram too. There’s a photo of the s one committee at Bohemian Grove dated September 13 1942. And it shows some of the characters from the movie you see Josh Hornets, Ernest Lawrence character, Steve Cole tears. James Conant. There’s another guy there named Carl Compton, who would end up taking over the Director of the Office of Strategic scientific research and development after vana var Bush who was in the movie. It’s a who’s who? Leslie groves, they mentioned how he built the Pentagon. Well, the Pentagon has a lot of symbolism. So it’s interesting. He’s the guy who built it. He, you know, it’s the shape of the inside of a star, which is the pentagram, which is one of the oldest symbols of mankind. Pythagoras friends use it as their symbol because they were very much into sacred geometry and understanding the mind of God. They were the first secret society so on and so on. The wicked say it means life, the unity of all things. But was Leslie groves a loon a confirm? I don’t know. I don’t know. But he was plugged in. He was plugged in for sure. So interesting that there’s all these ties to Bohemian Grove, the Pentagon groves, Oppenheimer. All that. Truman President drama we talked about Truman in the gray lodge in the Twin Peaks episodes. Because in Twin Peaks, there’s a sheriff named Harry Truman played by Michael on King. We talked about his illuminate confirm this with my gray lodge episode about the pilot of Twin Peaks. Because Truman was the president, when his Secretary of Defense James forestall established majestic 12, the mj 12. He started researching the UFOs way back when he was a he was the 33rd president, a 33rd degree Freemason. He’s the one who renamed Boulder Dam back to Hoover Dam. Enrico Fermi, he was in the movie. He was an Italian physicist who moved to America he was the architect of the nuclear age and build the first nuclear reactor which I think you might see in Oppenheimer. I think that’s what they’re showing us in the one scene. But he’s the famous scientist who wrote the Fermi’s Paradox says the universe is so big, it’s been around for so long. There’s intelligent life out there for sure outside of Earth, but the paradox is, well, where are they? high likelihood of ET extraterrestrial life Z neuro evidence. Well, he left Italy in 1938. They had some racial laws. His wife was Jewish. He came to America worked on the Manhattan Project. He was there at the Trinity test July 16 1945. The reason I’m bringing them up because we talked about him on two shows on David gross that UFO whistleblower, because Chris referred to the UFO crash in Italy in 1933, that arguably started all of this. There was a UFO stored in the hangars in machete. And I’m not pronouncing that right. Mussolini, called the unconventional flying vehicle and he thought it was like French or British or German secret weapon. But Marconi believed it was extra terrestrial in nature. And there was this cabin of the sea, the RS 33 cabinet, according to the mysterious sender of the material, who I’m reading from the black vaults are but here’s the point is there was multiple UFO sightings between 33 and 1940. In Italy, blah, blah, blah, that Saturn shaped UFOs, flying cigars and so on, right. But the reason I bring that up is because that was in 1933. That’s the first instance that we know of a crashed craft. And there’s a theory I read on Reddit, which means it must be true that Fermi began researching nuclear or neutron bombardment in 1934, right after Italy retrieved this UFO crash. So again, you’ve got a UFO technology, arguably showing us the path to the nuclear forces. It’s a valid theory. Let’s go back to Barbie now. Because on the barbie conclusion, we talked about many ideas. That was a two hour show we did a couple of big ones overlap with Oppenheimer. So let’s recap right? Because look, I don’t want the free feed losers to suffer, then not the free feed suffers. Okay. Just missing out on all the fun juicy bits. So we’re gonna recap in case you didn’t sign up yet. But in Barbie, one of the things was contact through multiple dimensions, you know, because Barbie was all about transferring between the two worlds of Barbie land and the real world. While Oppenheimer is about going into the atomic structures of the real world, the quantum world, the hidden realm. We also had the reconciliation of opposing forces, and a homunculus Barbie theory. And I said, I even said on the show on the barbie show, because I hadn’t seen Oppenheimer yet. I said, is Oppenheimer the opposing masculine forces? I think it will be. And yes, I was right. Of course. You silly goose. You knew I was right. You know, it’s gonna be right. Because this Oppenheimer movie is all male gaze ish, right? Because you don’t get the feeling like Christopher Nolan didn’t portray Oppenheimer to be a bad guy seemed like the sort of misunderstood genius is what do you feel like? You know, but, but you don’t. You don’t think he’s a crate, like this dudes banging chicks. That’s why it’s all taken care of crying babies. And the one time she says Look, I need a break. He’s I’ll give you a break and he takes a kid and give it to his friends. So there you take him. He’s, you know, he’s at work all day blown shit up with the fellas. And even here, joking, Oppenheimer. Matt Damon asks Oppenheimer, why doesn’t have a new low, you’re so smart. Why don’t you have a Nobel Prize yet? Oppenheimer says maybe I’ll get one for building the atomic bomb. And Damon says, they’re gonna give you a Nobel Prize for building a bomb. And habanero says, Yeah, Alfred Nobel invented dynamite. And the point is this. It’s a male gaze oriented film about valuing destruction and warfare, the archetype of male dominance, and warrior tropes. They make jokes. Literally, they make jokes about how this could have made a chain reaction that would have killed all of us, watching the atmosphere burned up in a nuclear holocaust as we all die, and they went ahead and did it. Not thank God, it didn’t happen like that. Right. And I get it right. Science isn’t perfect all the time. Sometimes you take your best stab at it reduce your risks. Yeah, I’m not trying to be irrational about it. But you can’t deny that this
is a very male oriented film. I’m not saying women can’t enjoy it or whatever. That’s not what I’m saying. I’m saying Oppenheimer is about male warfare fire. A Barbie is about the opposing forces of the feminine nature and trying to find inclusion. I mean, granted, there’s the patriarchy thing and they kind of whatever right by the end of the movie they you know, try to throw them in a bone. Now it’s interesting that we have these two movies because Barbie is about manifesting goddess female energy into our world. And Oppenheimer is about how they really did manifest destructive forces in the world, the most destructive the world has ever seen. Like, we love the male dominance so much, it’s going to kill us. We can’t resist. And of course, you know, we’re gonna talk about Jack Parsons. Finally, Jack Parsons. I was hoping we get some Parsons love on the movie. But all we got was one mention of JPL. It’s the closest we got because we wouldn’t have the rockets used to make modern day nuclear weapons work without the Antichrist Jack Parsons himself. You can even argue that there’s a homunculus element in Oppenheimer that we didn’t really see. Because as the story goes, Jack Parsons, who was very much in a call magician type, If You Don’t Know Jack Parsons is I did, I believe three episodes just a couple months ago, with my wife, Josie, on our other podcast called breaking social norms, very different format. It’s very conversational opinion based, but we I walked her through who Jack Parsons was, and why he’s important to the realm of the occult. Check those out, that was just a few months ago, we did those on breaking social norms. But he was alleged to have tried to infuse a spirit at the Trinity say this is I mean, it’s a wild theory, right? Because they had this big container called the Jumbo. Because in the world of of explosives and bombs, you gotta have an explosive chain, you have to have a small explosion before the bigger one. That’s why you’ve got primers boosters of bursters for the first atomic bomb, they used TNT to initiate the chain reaction to blow up the plutonium. But the issue they thought and you hear about this in the movie is that they’re like, look, what are the plutonium doesn’t Ignite, instead, we just blow plutonium over the whole land, instead of igniting it. So they thought, Well, one way we could counter this is by putting inside of this big jumbo 200 ton metal encasement. That way, if the plutonium doesn’t Ignite, it’ll just spread in the thing good to go. We’ll bury it. But there’s a conspiracy that you know, I’m not saying I fully believe it, but they think that Jack Parsons magical alchemy ideas of infusing a spirit through an explosion into a Gollum an inanimate object was done by they wanted, he wanted to put a homunculus inside the Jumbo. Because Jack Parsons actually did try to channel a female goddess of Babylon in his rituals, the Babylon working rituals, drawing a spirit in from another realm with which he could then impregnate and incarnate the Antichrist to again, create the new world, destroy the old one. So in a way, Barbie, maybe could have manifested in the movie into the real world in such a manner, but they didn’t quite show us that way. And you didn’t see the jumbo and Oppenheimer. But if you listen closely, you could hear about how they say like, Oh, what if plutonium just showers the desert? We don’t want that. And then, finally, okay, fine. I lied. I have one more topic, Ben Shapiro. We talked about we talked about in the Barbie show. We talked about Ben Shapiro’s take on Barbie. He said all the worst thing he’s ever seen in his whole life. Oppenheimer is a far superior film. Okay. And why did he hate it? Well, there’s many reasons. But the one that I’ll pull out for this for the Oppenheimer show, he’s like, Look Barbie alienates men from women. It destroys the traditional family structure. Barbie is promoting that. That’s what he said. Okay. Well, what Okay, and then he made a video about how great Oppenheimer was. And what, what did the relationships look like? What did this great traditional family values look like? And Oppenheimer. Oppenheimer was cheating on his wife, his wife that he stole his wife was already married any any Staller? And then worse yet, he’s still cheating on her. On top of all that, with a communist of all things Ben Shapiro. And even though his wife stuck with them, she was she was like, she was kind of like a tougher dude than he was the whole time. She’s like, Dude, you need to stand up and fight for yourself. These guys are trying to tear you down. And she tried to fight for him. After all after him. She found out he was cheating on her this whole time until the reason he stopped it because old girl killed herself. But the whole movie there’s virtually no love at all. There’s no positive relationship vibe here. When he leaves one scene, he he’s going to leave her to go to the Trinity site to actually do the atomic bomb to As the big, you know, the biggest move of his life, the biggest move of his career, the one that might kill all of us. And the RBG pulls up. He’s leaving the house with his little briefcase. She’s hanging up clothes on the clothesline, as Ben Shapiro would love, right? That’s what he wants. And he walks right past her. And she’s, she’s like, Hey, what’s going on? And he’s like, I’m going to go do a big test, but he can’t tell her right, it’s top secret. And he says, I’ll tell you what I’ll send, I’ll send a phone call your way and tell you to pull the sheets in, if it was a success. In any case, walking, and she’s like, Hey, ARPA Oppenheimer. She says, Hey, break a leg, buddy. And he looks at her, and he turns around and keeps walking. Not a hug, not a kiss. Nothing. He does leaves her asked to do the laundry while he goes and blows shit up, right? Just a bro hanging with the Bros is very ungrateful to his wife. She’s constantly fighting for him constantly standing up for him while he’s getting verbally assaulted by everyone. Like, dude, this wife is kind of a badass form. And he’s just, he’s just, you know, and he’s in his head the whole time. He’s kind of like one of those genius introverted guys, I guess. But the point is, I told you on the barbie show, I said, there seems to be some kind of weird male Red Pill movement of traditional guys promoting traditional relationships. Because they use they use my precious conspiracy theories to support their wrong arguments about things. And I believe they’re just being sexist. Because, and Shapiro is a great example. He glorifies Oppenheimer. Because all this is when America was great. And relationships are great and traditional marriage was great. Everyone was happy. You know, guys didn’t have to hang out with their complaining wives. They just got the golf bang, Mister says all day and go to work. wife can deal with the kids and the cooking and the cleaning. In fact, they build the Los Alamos town and Oppenheimer takes his wife to the house and she’s like, dickhead, there’s no kitchen. And he’s like, oh, yeah, I forgot. Because it’s so beneath him. Right? I mean, it’s wild dude. is there’s a there’s a that literal scene where he comes home, the baby’s crying, and he’s like, are you going to do something about that? Crying as baby and his wife’s like, he’s been crying all day. It’s your turn. So he dumps his ass off. That’s a family values we need to embrace and go back to I guess I don’t know, back when you see babies on the front steps of fire fire stations that would they want. It’s just it’s just wild. Right? And apparently that really happened in real life. He really dropped off his his two month old baby with some communist friends that his. But you know, Ben Shapiro. Oh, it was a brilliant film. Which, you know, honestly surprises me. Because my take on the film was about how it was Oppenheimer being torn between his sort of commie liberal views of humanity, and kind of wishing he wasn’t creating this weapon of mass destruction. And how his scientific work and his genius abilities actually contributed to this thing that he didn’t really want it to contribute to. So I don’t know, Oppenheimer died of throat cancer in 1967. Maybe he was. Maybe he was sleeping around too much. That’s what what was that dude? That the throat cancer? What was his name? Said he got it from munching too much box. What was his name? Oh, I can’t think of his name. Michael doesn’t Michael Douglas. He said that. But there you go off and I don’t get off the rails here, Oppenheimer. It was a film. Now look. And that’s it. That’s the conclusion of Oppenheimer. I got I wish there was more there. I was hoping we’d see some some wild explosion scene. I was hoping we’d see some Jack Parsons occult stuff.
Didn’t quite get it. Was it a good film? Absolutely. It was a good film. Definitely worth seeing once. Definitely worth seeing once. I’ll give it that. below. If you liked this podcast, if you’d like this episode, if you made it this far, and you haven’t turned me off because you hate what I’m saying. Then you’re my people. All right. You got to listen to the Barbie show. I had a couple of comments. And that was a supporters only bonus show because once a month I do a bonus shows for the supporter feeds. And on Patreon, more than one comment a couple comments from people saying it was the best show I ever did. That’s out of 500 Apples So it’s over 500 Thank you for that, by the way, because I read most of the Patreon comments. And I gotta say, when I got done with it, it was a two hour show. It’s probably the longest I’ve ever actually done. And it felt like it was a special show. I thought man, this was pretty good when I when I released it, so it’s good to see the positive feedback. It’s almost criminal that I don’t drop it fully on the free feed, but you can get a 49 minute preview of it. You get almost half of it on the free feed. But anyway, yeah. Sometimes the sometimes the shows they’re, they’re the atomic banger. And on the bonus feed, and that’s just the way it goes, Man, if deal’s a deal you give me five bucks a month I’m giving you ad free. I’m giving you a bonus show every month. And right now you get it and you get the Twin Peaks bonus episodes to my goodness, you get the other so you got to hear the other half of the Barban Heimer story here. You got to hear the Barbie go watch the Barbie movie which is gonna be better. And then listen to the Barbie show to talk about all the symbolism there. I mean, it’s gonna blow your mind. So there you go. You already know the deal. Links are always in the show notes. Most Popular supporter feed is patreon.com/illuminati watcher. But anyway, you know the deal you know where to go till next time Stay Woke
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