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The Walking Dead- good fun or Illuminati influence?
The Walking Dead is a zombie series that pushed the boundaries of horror and gore for television programming, while bringing in a mainstream audience who typically wouldn’t watch such a genre. The show is about a potential existence in which zombies walk among us and society as we know it has crumbled apart.
Surprisingly, it features positive aspects of this issue and the tribal nature of humanity (which is what draws in the ‘normal’ crowd who isn’t into all of the guts and gore). However, it should be noted that most of the times that the main group discovers another group, it turns out badly. This pushes that whole ‘doomsday prepper’ movement which is a byproduct of a fear based culture. I believe the “Illuminati” are showing us how they want us to react in the event of a zombie apocalypse so they can instill fear on other levels (e.g. Big Pharma).
This show is revolutionary in many ways; but one must wonder if it’s not a trick of the Illuminati to push images and symbolism that they find important in their agenda. Is it actual television “programming?”…
Conspiracy theories about The Walking Dead
There are a few theories bubbling underneath the surface, and I’d like to explore some of them here. Be forewarned:
It’s all a dream…
One idea that I’ve read on SheKnows.com is this idea that Rick is just dreaming; or possibly still in a coma. The website posts a couple of interesting ideas that I’m not so sure are totally wrong. The idea of Rick dreaming seems possible, especially given the number of profanities I yell at the screen every time they stick to their strange and unorthodox game plans (but what is ‘unorthodox’ in terms of battling zombies?).
I don’t know why they weren’t ransacking all of the houses and cars for ammunition and supplies in the first season?… And better yet, why on earth aren’t they further away from the original location? I’m glad I wasn’t the only one who thought it was weird they were so close to the original home town at the beginning of the second season.
The most interesting and unanswered questions (in my mind) are: Who was on the other end of the phone when Rick was taking calls in the prison in Season Three (or was was he merely crazy?), and what was the purpose for all of those heads in the governor’s fish tanks?
Dr. Manny Alvarez wrote an op-ed on FauxNews.com about how The Walking Dead is hurting our society because of all the violence found on it. He believes that watching the show allows the viewers to mentally subscribe to how they would act in such a post-apocalyptic world and all the relentless gore and violence they can partake of.
Here is an excerpt that talks about the aspect being found in video games, which I kind of agree with:
We also see this zombie obsession in many videogames. Even more disturbingly, these games create environments for young children, in which they are exposed to an imaginary world where they get to play with firearms and place themselves in dangerous situations that they find exciting. And studies have shown that these videogames can sometimes condition people, especially young children, to be apathetic towards violence. That’s why they’re labeled M for Mature.
He then makes another good point (holy crap I found something on FoxNews.com that I agree with):
Give me a break. As a doctor and scientist, I know one thing for sure: When you’re dead, you’re dead. Our brains should be less focused on imaginary zombie hordes and more focused on harnessing the tools that we need in order to enhance our lives, whether it be music, education, science or the classics. Entertainment should help us soothe our brains so that we can ease our minds of some of the stress from our daily lives.
I’ve been harping on about how the entire entertainment industry is in on the scheme to hijack our good senses and push an agenda (although I provide no solution to get out besides fully unplugging).
Dr. Manny goes on to tow the Fox News line of fear-based socialism warnings, which is where we get the conspiracy theory that this is all predictive programming to push a government/Illuminati agenda:
With this country heading towards a socialized system of government, in which officials don’t want you to think or focus on what is important for your own personal growth, I’m sure they’re more than happy to let you obsess over something as stupid as zombies.
And in turn, you ultimately become the zombie.
Wake up and smell the coffee. Stop obsessing over eating brains, and focus on cultivating your own.
Predictive Programming Part Two: Ebola Virus
Do I need to go into the parallels of zombies spreading viruses and the Ebola virus? The pervasive media coverage of this epidemic shows us the fear based system and its tie-ins with the entertainment industry. Even the New York Times is posting about the conspiracy theories:
“Diseases in particular are suited to conspiracy because they are invisible and invisibly transmitted,” Professor Barkun said. “Our senses can’t tell us exactly how the danger spreads. The theory has an answer for what mystifies and frightens.”
Many conspiracy theorists pride themselves on having inside information, but in the case of Ebola such alleged information, or misinformation — the government is in on it! — can erode the public trust when it’s needed most.
“If these were just opinions that people spouted off on talk radio or at dinner parties, you could argue that there wasn’t much harm,” Professor Broderick said. “But to have the C.D.C. debased in public as a puppet of the New World Order or of major corporations is obviously a dangerous proposition.”
Nonetheless, some scholars find value in conspiracy theories because they allow us to vent and give voice to hidden fears.
“I view these things as a way of framing the world, of offering us narratives,” Professor Fenster said. “And they’re not necessarily a bad thing. Conspiracy theories are something that’s available in American discourse as a way of telling stories, as a way of explaining who we are.”
Saint Ignatius- Founder of the Jesuits
In season 5, episode 4, we witness Beth Greene’s tribulations inside of an Atlanta hospital (Grady Memorial). She apparently was saved from some zombies, and in return she must do chores around the hospital to repay her debt. The staff inside the hospital is a bit… ‘off’ and we learn that the one and only doctor has his own eccentricities.
One of which is hiding the identity of a patient he let die, who turned out to be a doctor he knew before the zombie-apocalypse. Beth learns this by finding the dead doctor’s wallet, who has an ID for Saint Ignatius Hospital inside:
What relevance does this hold? Saint Ignatius was the founder of the Jesuits; a secret’ish society of Catholic priests that many conspiracy theorists believe have an occult agenda and secretly working for the Illuminati. The ‘official’ description for these “soldiers of God” are that they live in extreme conditions, anywhere in the world to help relay the message of Christ. However…
In The Magical Revival, a book written by the occultist founder of the Typhonian OTO, he details suggests that the founder of the Illuminati used St. Ignatius as a model for this secret society:
Weishaupt, whose early training was influenced by the Jesuits, found the Illuminati- as Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society; with the main intention of destroying the baleful effects of organized Christianity. Weishaupt claimed to have used “for good ends, the means which the Jesuits had employed for bad.”
Harking back to St. Ignatius Loyola, Weishaupt introduced an obligation of unconditional obedience into the Constitution of his Order. Thus, Illuminism- as conceived by Weishaupt- was modelled on the Society of Jesus, although it proposed a plan of campaign diametrically opposed to it.
Although the Order of the Illuminati was suppressed in 1786, Weishaupt and his inner circle of adepts continued to operate in secret behind the veil of Freemasonry, with which the Order had linked itself in 1778. Weishaupt maintained that the Illuminati were less an Order than a Current, which could operate more effectively under cover of something else: “under other names and other occupations.”
Supposedly there is a rivalry between Freemasons and Jesuits; so perhaps they are fighting on the non-Illuminati side, but I’m not well versed in these things so I’ll leave that up to you to decide. It seems that they’ve woven in enough chaos and confusion to make it difficult to discern who is on what side.
What leads me to believe there is no coincidence here is the actual life of St. Ignatius (and the fact that there doesn’t exist a St. Ignatius Hospital in Atlanta). You’ll see that it follows the plot line to Walking Dead as per Xavier.edu’s website:
The “Pilgrim,” as he referred to himself in his autobiography, asked for lodging at a hospital for the poor located outside the town’s walls. In exchange for his bed, he did chores around the hospital; and he begged for his food in the town. As we see him here, he spent much of his time in a cave, in prayer with God-praying as much as seven hours a day. He was blessed with powerful insights into himself and about who God was for him. Still, for extended periods, he experienced doubts, anxieties, scruples, severe depression; he even contemplated suicide to end his psychic pain.
As a side note; take a look at the painting in the doctor’s office (the doctor that’s alive); he says it’s a Caravaggio, but leaves it at that:
It’s actually the painting of the Denial of Saint Peter, meant to convey the story of Peter denying Jesus Christ before His crucifixion. This painting is actually housed in NYC at the Met, so it’ll be interesting to find out how it got to Atlanta, and if the doctor is about to sell Beth out…
Terminus: The Roman God of Sacrifice
In the season finale for season 4 and it appears that the Terminus area isn’t what was advertised. This shouldn’t have been too much of a surprise, considering that a simple Google search turns up the wiki page for the Roman god Terminus, who would be worshiped through sacrifice (a very common thread in Illuminati religions; e.g. Moloch, Bohemian Grove’s Cremation of Care, etc.). From Wiki:
Siculus Flaccus, a writer on land surveying, records the ritual by which the stone was sanctified: the bones, ashes, and blood of a sacrificial victim, along with crops, honeycombs, and wine, were placed into a hole at a point where estates converged, and the stone was driven in on top
The Terminus scene shows that the people are apparently cannibals, yet they sacrifice according to a ritual, meaning that it’s more than just eating to survive:
The deity Terminus was worshiped on Capitoline Hill, which I discussed in my D.C. Shooting Predictive Programming post:
Another odd connection (that I’ve seen on David Icke’s videos) is the occult obsession with following ancient practices. The case in point would be the naming of Capitol Hill where the shootings happened. The name of the place is directly named after Capitoline Hill from the Roman empire in which sacrifices were thrown off the hill/cliff for crimes such as treachery. Executions occured here for crimes such as mental disabilities (they believed these people were punished by the gods). There was a skull uncovered while a temple to Jupitor was being excavated and that is why the name is Capitoline because caput means ‘head’ in Latin, potentially symbolic of the Freemasonry skull and bones. The Roman Capitoline Hill was a place of death and sacrifice, so what is the purpose for the same title for our Congressional building? And what’s the point of that original Oct. 3rd post by CNN? Merely a coincidence? Or predictive programming that something bad was going to happen?
There’s a Youtube video of an analysis of some of the imagery seen on The Walking Dead, in this episode you’ll see symbolism for an All Seeing Eye:
You’ll notice the ‘X’ over the eye is a symbol we’ve seen elsewhere…
The symbol of the ‘X’ is the Mark of the Beast, when one considers the Typhonian origins of the symbol, which I point out in the Madonna Secret Project Revolution post:
The first person she shoots and kills in this ‘love’ video is a guy with the mark of the beast on his chest. Michael Staley of the Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis (a branch of the OTO magical order that attempts to contact extraterrestrials) described it as such:
We lilace the arrow, symbol of our will (AIWASS) and its ultimate fulfilment, upon the string; and, dissolving ourselves in samadhi upon a sevenfold doubt, we loose the arrow in a moment of pure folly. The feathers of the arrow are plucked from the headdress of MAAT; these feathers form a cross pattern as they resolve themselves in a circle which becomes the Mark of the Beast. One of these feathers of MAAT is used to weigh the heart of the Initiate in the 17th Aethyr TAN, the Aethyr of the Balance.
This symbol of the X fused with the O is the Mark of the Beast.
I go into much greater detail on the Mark of the Beast and why the X inside of the O should be considered as such in my article DECODING ILLUMINATI SYMBOLISM: THE MARK OF THE BEAST “X” so check that out for more.
It’s no coincidence we’ve seen this in the fifth season against the trees:
And here’s an Illuminati triangle on the artwork on the wall (also notice it says “PLAY- to make a big mess with toys” which alludes to man messing with biology and perhaps creating zombies):
We also see Moloch; aka Ba’al, with the owl-god imagery, which shows up a bit later in the series, as you’ll see here shortly (and the radio show host claims the bookcase is a trident symbol, as seen on the MH370 flight):
Here’s an interesting shot of a mirror (with no mirror inside?…) and butterflies of MK ULTRA-Project MONARCH brainwashing. You can see the Iggy Azalea image embedded on the screenshot as well:
Plus, you’ve got the All Seeing Eye symbolism of the Governor and Rick, as seen on this poster (which is also on the video):
Have you ever noticed the Nazi lightning bolts (an occult reference to Lucifer) on Daryl’s bike? I explained this in the Illuminati symbolism of Daniel Radcliffe’s Horns movie:
The origin of the lightning representing Satan comes from the Bible where Satan was described as “lightning fall from heaven“.
The lightning on Harry Potter also represents satanic imagery, given that Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey established an initiate-degree system after 1975 for CoS members (even though he asserts that Satanists don’t do well with conformity). LaVey was given the right to wear the symbol of the highest degree (fifth or ‘V’ as they use the Roman numerals) which is a pentagram with a lightning bolt through it:
And thanks to Watcher B.Q., we also know there was some predictive programming of Daryl’s character in Lady Gaga’s video for Judas, where Daryl plays the biker-betrayer of Christ:
You’ll notice their production company is ‘Circle of Confusion’ which has an interesting logo:
You’ll recognize this as the Vesica Pisces; an ancient symbol used by Kabbalists as I mention in my article on Maroon 5’s Illuminati & vampire symbolism in the Animals music video:
The O’s are a symbol of the Vesica Pisces, or ‘yoni.’ This sacred geometry is used in Kabbalah belief systems to represent the female genitalia. You can see that the interlocking section of the two circles forms a shape similar to the woman’s vagina, and this is repeated by corporate logos including the magical order known as the OTO (tying us back into Crowley and magick systems).
In Season 5 Episode 12 we see Rick running through the community looking for his son and he stumbles into an ‘art project’ that just so happens to be an owl (aka Moloch):
Just before that shot he is getting his haircut by a girl with several tattoos; one of which is an owl (shout-out DJW for finding that one):
In the next episode; we see that the statue of the owl held much more significance than what was implied. During the 14th episode of season 5 we hear about this owl the entire episode as everyone tries to debunk who knocked the statue over. Rick pretends like he doesn’t even know who did it (although we’re not clearly told why he doesn’t confess to this).
Some websites that are ‘recapping’ the episode are saying that the boy, Sam, was the one who broke the statue, but I didn’t see that happen; I only saw when Rick did this (see the photo above).
Either way; the town of Alexandria is obsessed over owls, which leads me to believe they are part of a cult who are taking it back to the days of the Old Testament with the sacrifice of children to the owl deity- Ba’al, aka Moloch (as seen at Bohemian Grove):
In case you thought I was making an unfounded stretch of logic and reasoning (how dare you!), take a look at which pages of the Bible the priest is tearing out:
I know that’s a fuzzy shot (my apologies), but the book of the Bible that Father Gabriel is tearing out at the beginning of the episode is Leviticus; perhaps chapter 18, verse 21:
“Do not give any of your children to be sacrificed to Molek, for you must not profane the name of your God. I am the Lord.”
If you’ve read SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC you’d understand how important this concept of Illuminati blood sacrifice is, and was, for these occult practitioners.
We can also make one more owl-legation, and that is the fact that the crew was headed to Washington D.C. before they stumbled upon this uptopia of “Alexandria.” The city of Washington D.C. is widely known by conspiracy theorists as the town with the map layout of an owl:
So what are we to make of this owl fascination? Time will tell, but my prediction is that Sam will be murdered as sacrifice for the owl deity.
On the season finale we saw various symbolic gestures that suggest more people will die. Gabriel seems to want to die and Sasha laid down in a zombie pit with similar feelings. In fact, she was lying in the manner of the Hanged Man of the Tarot cards- implying she might be a traitor who will be murdered for betraying the group someday (or at least that is what the Tarot card means):
This pose has been seen several times in pop culture- in Ninth Gate with Johnny Depp there was a man hung in a similar manner and allegedly Sharon Tate was found murdered and laid out in this position; supposedly because the Manson Family was doing the work of Satan (which Tex Watson actually told her when they showed up at the house that tragic evening when he said “I’m the Devil and I’m here to do the Devil’s work“).
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