Ridley Scott Gives Prometheus and Alien Link

Rumor is that Guy Pearce’s character- Peter Weyland owns the Prometheus ship. This implies that Prometheus is actually a prequel to Alien, since Weyland partially owned the Nostromo ship in Alien.

http://io9.com/5888385/ridley-scott-may-have-explained-the-connection-between-alien-and-prometheus

Here’s Scott’s quote:

When the first Alien movie and Blade Runner were made, I thought that in the near future the world will be owned by large companies. This is why we have the Tyrell Corporation in Blade Runner, and Weyland-Yutani in Alien. They sent the Nostromo spaceship.

The Prometheus is owned by an entrepreneur called Peter Weyland, and is played by Guy Pearce. That’s the connection between the two films, and nothing more. Prometheus is a new film, a new world, and is full of new ideas. And of course new monsters as well.

 

 

Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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  1. Ridley Scott’s Alien prequels are about slowly releasing ancient alien Annunaki concepts to the public. They are very dumbed down in their presentation as if the audience will not understand them, so it’s unfortunate they are not so entertaining.

    Prometheus has the pretentious title wherein fire, the secret knowledge or light, is being taken from a higher, godlike source, so the director is saying the movie is providing hidden knowledge through this movie. Then the director decides to chicken out and not state what the knowledge is except in some interviews- that the point of the Engineers is they were Jesus and the twelve disciples, ancient aliens, who came to Earth and would have been interpreted as miracle workers, similar to how in the movie Paul the alien demonstrates Jesus-like powers as if aliens were the inspiration for the Biblical figures.

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    • The other message is that gods and aliens are the same from a certain point of view, seen in Stargate, Thor and others. So the aliens, with advanced technology, come to Earth to seed life, and are also those who judge as worthy, punish, and have a set of codes or laws. Humans or their creations are unworthy in the eyes of the Engineers, as one Engineer destroys the android David, and in the extended deleted scene, calls the android an abomination. The android’s creator is killed as punishment.

      Because the aliens believe they are responsible for seeding human DNA, they have the right or obligation to govern over it, so at the end of Prometheus one of the Engineers is planning to return to Earth and fix humanity through some alteration or extermination.

      The android David plays with the idea of genetic manipulation but it goes haywire, creating abominations, and goes further in sequel, creating the aliens that will develop an inhuman form of interbreeding to create human-alien hybrids like in Alien Resurrection, another movie with a pretentious religious title.

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    • The scientists are the most advanced humans in terms of sci-fi technology, as they have access to space travel and androids. Somehow they are interested in locating the Engineer homeworld, though it’s not clear what the organization knows about it.

      Pay attention to Weyland-Yutani’s emblem on the uniform. It is a winged symbol similar to the Babylonian/Sumerian symbols representing the Annunaki.

      The whole idea is the organization has the hidden knowledge of the aliens, who humans viewed as gods, and so they are conducting research on the alien gods, though those gods appear to have a superiority complex, and a belief in rulership, judgment, punishment, and a hand in seeding humanity, so they are probably too deadly to encounter and have a peaceful discussion with.

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    • This is Weyland’s hubris, sacrificing his technology to fly to that planet and recover information anyway, and he is killed as a sacrifice.

      In the poster and in the movie are a large head shaped structure. This structure may refer to the craft of sculpting, related to stoneworking or building. The Masonic symbolism is a fetish for stoneworking. The aliens are the advanced species for knowing how to work stone, showing they are civilized and not as savage as the Xenomorphs who are not capable of building stone structures. The head sculpture appears weathered and ancient, representing the Ancient Builders who insert ancient structures into reality. The similarity to a human head is intentional, to say the aliens are related and responsible for humanity, and are far older, so they are like parents or father figures.

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    • The attempt of the Engineer to return to Earth is the same belief that the real Annunaki will return to Earth. Engineer is a stand-in for Annunaki. The name Engineer points to Engineering humanity. This is all very obvious symbolism, but the director appears to believe it is too controversial an idea and has to be spread out over so many movies, even changing the original ideas seen in the bio-technology of the Space Jockey from the first movie just to suit these ideas.

      The Annunaki being aliens behind the Christ stories is a strong belief in the occult, with apparitions of saints and Mary being holographic projections to continue propagating the belief to humanity. The aliens being involved in Earth history and manipulating from behind the scenes is one of the known secrets, so the Alien prequel movies are a message or a letter back to the responsible creators.

      But it’s all very stupid.

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    • Note that the Engineers are taller, symbolizing the giants, known as Nephilim, Grigori, or Watchers, also interpreted as angels, which could mean beings from the sky or the heavens. The Engineers would then be the inspiration for angels and giants. The Nephilim are said to have given technology to humanity, so the Prometheus myth is the same, as the idea that advanced beings had technology that was given to humanity.

      The Weyland-Yutani technology is seen as unsatisfactory as it is a perversion or misuse of the original technology, and is deemed fit to be destroyed. So in addition to Prometheus, there is the myth of Icarus, flying too close to the heavens only to be burnt.

      Very pretentious stuff.

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    • So what’s the point of all this mythology conflating? In architecture, there is both pagan idolatry, worshipping of Greek gods present in capital buildings in Washington DC, and there is architecture with Judeo-Christian symbolism. The Freemasons would promote both and say tee-hee, look at this, good, bad, whatever, we create this. The belief is any belief will get to the truth, so believing in Greek gods is just as good as believing in Christianity. The synchretism or synthesis of Prometheus, fire from the gods, with Icarus, fire from the sun, places the knowledge of the gods in space, so the message is that knowledge comes from space, from the aliens from space, and human technology, like the wings made with wax, are insufficient and doomed to fail. This is seen in at the end of the movie when the man-made ship is made to crash into the Engineer’s ship, flying for a brief moment before being destroyed.

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    • So what does this have to do with the Annunaki? In art, they are depicted as giants with wings, the wings symbolizing from the heavens, or space. They are both from the heavens, like angels, and giant in stature, as giants. Their technology, from heaven or space, is better than ours due to their knowledge, while humanity’s technology is derivative or inadequate. The Weyland-Yutani ships are meant to reconstruct the chariots the Annunaki used for space travel, the winged ships depicted in art and on the Weyland-Yutani logo. The attempt to steal or copy the technology is a coveting of that technology, a desire that humanity strongly has in order to freely travel the stars, but due to it being stolen, there the possibility of punishment from the gods.

      So the overall message is, I want spaceships but I’m afraid the aliens will be mad and destroy everything. Hence there is a tone of awe, respect, fear and doom, mirroring the attitude of ancient mythologies that would punish the populace through fear.

      Ridley Scott is afraid of aliens.

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    • And calling the next movie Covenant?

      Pretentious.

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