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Today we’re going to take a look at the actor Jim Carrey and his very strange public persona. There are theorists that believe he is in the Illuminati; while others think he may be trying to expose them.
Regardless of which angle you decide on, the evidence speaks for itself that there is something odd going on with Jim Carrey…
Jim Carrey’s filmography is extensive to say the least. One theme that recurs is that of mental instability. This follows into the idea of MKULTRA mind control.
The Mask was a film from 1994 at the start of Carrey’s stardom. In it, his character receives super powers from a mask worn by Loki- a Norse pagan god.
After this film, Carrey broke from his comedic typecasting to play in the film The Truman Show. This film was occult in nature because it was about a false reality that Carrey’s character (Truman) was trying to break free from. In terms of Gnosticism this is the world created by the Demiurge- an evil force that mystifies humanity through the material world.
We also know the antagonist of the film is named “Christof”- suggesting he is the opposing force of Christ or man (The True-Man Show). It is also curious that the actor who plays Christof (Ed Harris) also plays the Gnostic character of Westworld as the Man in Black.
The film was also the predecessor to the game changing nature of television as we entered into a new realm of reality TV (which isn’t so “real” after all). Some could claim this opened us up to the possibility of allowing high levels of surveillance into our lives…
What’s interesting here is that the film has actually influenced some people to believe they are living out a life similar to Truman. The psychiatric community calls it “Truman Syndrome“:
The Truman Show delusion, or Truman Syndrome, has drawn attention in recent months, in the United States and Britain, as psychiatrists in both countries describe a small but growing number of psychotic patients who describe their lives as mirroring that of the main character in the 1998 film “The Truman Show.”
In 2000 Carrey played Charlie in Me, Myself & Irene– a character with split personalities based of traumatic experiences.
This form of dissociative identity disorder was created through a similar process as those utilized in MKULTRA mind control experiments (the same ones that *allegedly* created the Unabomber). This concept of mental fracture is one we’ll continue to analyze with Carrey’s past…
In 2003 Jim Carrey starred in Bruce Almighty– another film about the “Grand Creator” in which he is bestowed powers from God. The far-right Christians viewed this film as blasphemous because it depicts God as an ordinary man; played by Morgan Freeman. I find this humorous because Freeman has made some statements about his lack of belief as well as assertions that he is God Himself!
Fox411: Do you think there is a God?
MF: Do I think there’s a God? Um (pause) yeah.
Fox411: You paused.
MF: I paused because I am God.
Fox411: Because every man is created in God’s image.
MF: Yes or God’s created in my image.
When we understand the occult world view and the belief that man can become “god” this statement has little shock value; but we’ll get into that further down the rabbit hole…
To hit on another important occult matter related to Morgan Freeman, he also once said that aliens may be superior and will eventually use us as substance:
I was hoping to ask for your personal answers to some of the questions raised in upcoming episodes. The season premiere asks, “Is there a superior race?” I’m not sure if that refers to an alien race or races on Earth.
We discuss the idea of a superior race coming here. Professor Michio Kaku has an interesting discussion on it. Intelligence apparently requires an enormous amount of protein. Which is why we eat meat. Instead of being vegetarians. We have this enormous brain capacity.
Suppose a superior race did come from outer space and land here. It would need a food supply because if they were superior, they would have an even larger brain than we do. So we might — might — qualify as sustenance.
Do you think that meat-eating humans are smarter than vegetarian humans?
Ehhh. You don’t want to get me in trouble here. … I don’t know. The question is evolutionary. Whoever is a vegetarian today, they didn’t evolve as vegetarians. They became vegetarians.
Another question from the show: Can we eliminate evil?
No. You cannot. Because if you eliminate evil you’ll also eliminate good.
What is evil?
Evil is the opposite of good. Like up is the opposite of down, left is the opposite of right. You only have one because you have the other.
This quote hits the occult realm on a few levels- one is the idea of superiority through evolution and the other is the duality concepts- both of which get a full detailing in my new book THE DARK PATH.
Another side note on Bruce Almighty is that this film was directed by Tom Shadyac who also made the documentary I AM. While this documentary is actually pretty good in that it forces us to examine our connections with one another and the delusion of materialism; it is also curious in that it’s named after the Integrated Ascended Masters (IAM) of Theosophy.
The film overall plays into the Theosophical ideas of man becoming the “Super-Man” through teachings of Helena Blavatsky- an occultist that channeled disembodied spirits to build her New Age doctrine.
Another great non-comedy film of Carrey’s was 2004’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. This film revolves around a man named Joel Barish and a woman named Clementine Kruczynski. Without giving too much of the plot away; it’s a story about how they use mind control experiments to erase certain memories (again- a reference to MKULTRA).
The other ideas of MKULTRA found within the film are that it centers around their travels to Montauk, New York. This town should ring a bell to those that have seen Stranger Things, because it was inspired by the events of the Montauk Project (a Netflix series I detailed for its own MKULTRA symbolism).
The Montauk Project was alleged to be one that focused on psychological experiments in time travel and even extraterrestrial contact (depending on who you read). So here we have another film with ideas of mental experimentation akin to the MKULTRA projects of the 1950s-1970s.
It should also be noted that the main character Clementine Kruczynski has a name very similar to Ted Kaczynski- the Unabomber that was also *allegedly* created by the CIA MKULTRA experiments.
One more film worth examining is The Number 23. This film is about a man who reads a book that eerily mirrors his own life and it inspires him to become obsessed with the 23 Enigma. This is the idea that all things in the universe can be related to the number 23.
Robert Anton Wilson wrote the The Illuminatus! Trilogy that discusses the concepts of Discordianism as well as the Law of Fives (based off William Burroughs’ belief that 23 had mystical significance such that 2+3=5). The number 23 is believed to be of great esoteric significance to the goddess of chaos- Eris.
At this point we could easily segue into themes of occult magick via William Burroughs from the likes of Genesis P. Orridge, Robert Anton Wilson, or even the Chaos Candidate (of Discordianism?) Donald Trump. We’ve got more to talk about Carrey so let’s stay on track and just move forward knowing that the number 23 has many esoteric connections.
Jim Carrey is actually obsessed with the number of 23 in real life because he named his production company JC23 Entertainment in 2005. He also was alleged to receive $23M for his role in The Number 23.
How curious is it that in Bruce Almighty, “God’s” company is at 77256 23rd street which corresponds to Psalms 23 (on a keypad); which relates to living without fear and trusting in God…
Jim Carrey’s ex-girlfriend, Cathriona White, passed away in September 2015. Long story short; some are claiming he killed her, while others think he is being shook down.
On April 26th, 2018 Jim Carrey could be on trial for a civil lawsuit claiming he was responsible for her death. He is being sued by Cathriona White’s mother and estranged husband Mark Burton, because they claim he provided the drugs she took which resulted in her suicide.
Allegedly Carrey used the name of “Arthur King” to obtain the concoction of Percocet, Ambien, and Propranolol. Note that King Arthur is a tale that is surrounded by many symbolic theories. Some say it is about the pursuit of higher consciousness and shedding of the ego- a concept well steeped in occult legend.
This tragedy seems to be something of significance when we consider Carrey’s actions in the past couple of years…
Jim Carrey “Rants”
In 2014 Jim Carrey was given an honorary PhD from the Maharishi University of Management. The commencement speech he gave went viral for its quality of motivation. Before we get into the topic of this speech; let’s look at the venue.
The Maharishi University of Management (MUM) is named after its founder- the Maharishi. He was the founder of the Transcendental Meditation (TM) movement which was propagated by The Beatles and The Beach Boys’ Mike Love.
In Father Seraphim Rose’s Orthodoxy and the Religion of the Future he asserts that TM is a tool used to push people into the New Age doctrine which lends itself to black magic through mantras and contact with entities. It also promises the super powers that Blavatsky believed the “Super Men” could achieve; otherwise known as Siddhis. In fact, it appears that MUM teaches techniques for perfecting the Siddhis such as “yogic flying.”
*As a side note; the MUM purchased the Mentmore Towers- a mansion that Kubrick filmed Eyes Wide Shut inside of. This is also a topic of relevance when we consider the ideas presented in Kubrick’s Code.
Getting to the infamous MUM speech, we can see glean many ideas from it. For example; Jim Carrey said the following:
Fear is going to be a player in your life, but you get to decide how much. You can spend your whole life imagining ghosts, worrying about your pathway to the future, but all there will ever be is what’s happening here, and the decisions we make in this moment, which are based in either love or fear.
So many of us choose our path out of fear disguised as practicality. What we really want seems impossibly out of reach and ridiculous to expect, so we never dare to ask the universe for it. I’m saying, I’m the proof that you can ask the universe for it — please! And if it doesn’t happen for you right away, it’s only because the universe is so busy fulfilling my order. It’s party size!
The concept of avoiding fear-based living is one I’d like to subscribe to as well. However, you can sense a tinge of universal ritual magick when you consider the statement he makes about asking the universe for action.
This is the same concept the ceremonial magicians practice in that they project their Will into the universe; awaiting a response. It’s a ‘this-for-that’ pact one makes with an impersonal god- the “higher consciousness” or Grand Creator.
He proceeds to go through ideas of the false reality that we saw in The Truman Show:
…But even with that, comes a feeling of divine dissatisfaction. Because ultimately, we’re not the avatars we create. We’re not the pictures on the film stock. We are the light that shines through it. All else is just smoke and mirrors. Distracting, but not truly compelling.
This is not only a Gnostic principle but a Buddhist one they call “maya” or “illusion.”
Next came the most infamous phrase that you’ve most likely seen on a meme for its great inspiration:
I’ve often said that I wished people could realize all their dreams of wealth and fame so they could see that it’s not where you’ll find your sense of completion.
This suggests that all the fame cost a certain price. A price that might simply not be worth it…
Carrey continues on with the speech, wrapping it up with talk about unified fields of consciousness (just like The Force from Star Wars) and destruction of the ego.
In 2014 Jim Carrey went on Jimmy Kimmel and flashed the “All Mocking Tongue” as a joke- but the reality of what he is saying holds true. He talks about the distractions making us happy and docile so the “Illuminati” can proceed to do what they desire.
At a recent 2017 Harper’s Bazaar ICON Awards show, E! entertainment asked Carrey about his feelings on the event and he proceeded to detail some more philosophical ideas of Nihilism and existential questioning of reality:
“There’s no meaning to any of this. So I wanted to find the most meaningless thing I could come to, and join. And here I am. I mean, you’ve got to admit, it’s completely meaningless.”
After the interviewer asks why he doesn’t subscribe to the adoration of celebrities he proceeds to make some interesting statements.
“I don’t believe that you exist.”
“There is no me. There are clusters of tetrahedrons moving around together.”
The mainstreamers proceeded to tear him apart saying he had a mental breakdown and whatnot, but that is what their job is: to discredit anything that keeps people from subscribing to the idolatry of celebrities…
So what are we to make of Jim Carrey?
On one hand, I see an enlightened guy who understands the real purpose of living in this realm. On the other I see a New Ager pursuing the magical forces in Aleister Crowley’s Aeon of Horus. He may be demonstrating the principles of the Fool archetype seen in the Tarot deck- showing us comedy and madness all in one being.
Given his statements of Illuminati symbolism and questioning of reality, it wouldn’t shock me to believe that he is actually being setup in the murder allegations. This would be due to his lack of secrecy from the handlers of the entertainment industry in what they call the “Vow of Silence.”
Time will tell what side of this theory Jim Carrey fully subscribes to. I wish I could give the reader a definitive prescription of what to think about Jim Carrey but I simply don’t know. He’s interesting if nothing else; and I believe that he’s aware of something insidious happening behind closed doors.
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Website publisher of IlluminatiWatcher.com and top 5% Amazon author of THE DARK PATH; Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infiltration of the entertainment industry. Using examples of familiar pop culture and works of entertainment, Isaac has been speaking and writing about the occult from a unique perspective that seeks to understand the big agenda while helping others along the way.
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