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Unknown Speaker 0:20
I’m going to send you up against the best assert you two characters are going to top gun.
Unknown Speaker 0:26
I feel the need the need for
Unknown Speaker 0:32
five weeks you’re gonna play against the best fighter
Unknown Speaker 0:34
pilots in the world. You guys really aren’t cowboys. I don’t like you because you’re unsafe and dangerous.
Unknown Speaker 0:47
Wildcard flies by the seat
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of his pants I guess when I see something I go right after it takes a lot more than despair to fly down film in the schools about combat there are no points second place to get it out yet best pilots you know I think I can figure that one out on my own
Unknown Speaker 1:17
Tom Cruise Kelly McGillis Top Gun.
Isaac Weishaupt 1:27
Today we’re going to talk about one of the greatest films of all time. A perfect piece of 80s cinema history. Its top gun. That’s right, Top Gun starring the second greatest actor of all time, Tom Cruise. And today’s show is going to be something you’ve never heard before. It’s a conspiracy theory analysis about this classic iconic Americana film as American as apple pie. And in America, you’re not fully Americanized, until you get some conspiracy theory, fodder fired your way. And I am shooting the shots across the bow of Top Gun. That’s right. We’re going to talk about right if you saw the title, gay rights, okay, now I’m not talking about rights for gay people. I’m talking about rituals, of gayness. Now, you’re gonna have to stick around for the conclusion here what I’m talking about, unfortunately, for you. Because this is a long show, there’s a lot of information to unpack here a lot more than I thought I would need to do. We’re going to talk about ritual magic in the film, and we’re going to talk about my man Tom Cruise, he is the Luciferian rebel archetype. And I’m going to explain all these things. In the conclusion, I’ll explain how it’s happening, why it’s happening, and where I see it. And we’re also going to talk about the sequel at the end and the conclusion. But first, we’re gonna go through the whole film. We’re going to talk about a lot of things you may or may not be aware of, in the making of the film. There’s a lot of research involved in this. All right. I know you’re going to appreciate this movie. And of course, the sequel. Top Gun two is coming out in May 2022. Damn near 4040 years later, it’s got to be a record for making a sequel. And with that, oh, yeah, also shout out to Florida man. He’s the one who said Hey, he said, Hey, Isaac, you you ever talk about your boy Tom Cruise on the shows? And I was like, you know, I don’t think I ever have I don’t think I’ve ever done a film analysis about a Tom Cruise movie. And it’s not because I shelter him from my critical analysis. I mean, he’s a Scientologist, right? So those guys are into some different stuff. Okay. But I thought, Man, I don’t know if I’ve ever done a Tom Cruise film. So this might be the first time I’ve done a Tom Cruise film on the film analysis. So there you go. As always, let’s go into the stuff should you watch this movie before you listen to this show? Absolutely. What are you doing with your life? It’s as American as apple pie. Even if you’re not American. This is one of the greatest films ever. They even kept it under two hours for us. Can you believe that? And you have to appreciate how difficult and expensive this film was to coordinate right. You know, we’re so we’re so used to CGI greens. screen and technology, pulling off these crazy stunts and things looking real. But that’s not what this movie was. This was 1985 that they filmed it. And they use a ton of actual flying hours with the actual military pilots on actual Navy, flat tops, aircraft carriers. And though even if you’re, I know my audience, right, I know, even if you’re anti military industrial complex, and you lower the amount of money we dump into this stuff. Hey, at least it’s cool to see it in action. Right? You can’t deny that. Now, so yes, if you haven’t seen this movie, by God, I don’t know what you’re doing. You better go see it. Because I’m telling you right now, you’re in for a treat. If you’ve never seen I don’t know who hasn’t seen this movie. It’s 40 years old. Probably young, young people, right? They probably have no idea. They’re probably not even impressed. You know what if you’re young, don’t worry about it. You’re fine. Just stick to what are kids into nowadays, I don’t even know. This movie it was almost wasn’t even a film sensation. If you can believe that. If you go back to when it was released in theaters in May 1986. It was actually a very strange time.
Before it was released, the production of the film was going great. They were doing these theater test screenings. And then in January 1986, while they’re in the midst of trying out the movie, on crowds and such, bam, the challenger explodes. The NASA challenger mission explodes. And they were worried that nobody would come out to see this movie because of that. Because of the, you know, there’s a lot of things involved. There’s Explosions in the Sky, and the government and all that and they thought, oh, boy, and it was such a big to do like, I remember, I was very young, but I remember the Challenger, seeing it on TV exploding. But boy, were they wrong. This movie was released. And it was in the theater for an entire year straight. Can you even imagine a movie today? Being in the theaters for an entire year. In fact, it said that six months after this movie was released, it was pushing the same numbers. It did the opening week. God bless you Tom Cruise, as if he was the only one involved in this film. But you also got to understand this was the height of cold war between America and the Soviet Union. I was speaking at the Challenger thing. Have you ever heard of the Challenger conspiracy theory? There’s a conspiracy theory going around that the astronauts in the Challenger shuttle that exploded. They never died. That was never there was all fake news, a staged event. And the support for that theory includes photos of people who, you know, look like they’re exactly 40 years older, the astronauts look, you know, if they were 25, when the Challenger exploded, there’s pictures of people walking around that are like 65 today that look exactly like them. And their names are even similar. And it’s very strange. And snow, if you go to Snopes to research this, of course, they’re gonna tell you, it’s all nonsense. And to be fair, probably is nonsense. But they didn’t even show the photo of the conspiracy. That’s why I don’t like Snopes. They are there to get you off the trail. They never show you the supporting evidence of the conspiracy. They just tell you, ah, that crazy old thing, that’s just nonsense. Don’t worry about it. They never go out of their way to try to support the theory, which is what you should be doing. If it’s such nonsense, then please disprove the theory. But the fact remains that the photo is actually very convincing. But like I said, I’m not saying I buy the theory. But the people on the photos, sure as hell do look similar and their names sure are very similar. Now, are those real fake? Are those real names? Are those real photos? No clue. You know, today is an age where it’s very difficult to know what you’re seeing with your own eyes. Now getting back to the making of Top Gun, I’m trying to sell you on how great of a feat this was. They said that they could never do another sequel. It obviously did great numbers in the box office. But the reason they didn’t do it again immediately, because they said look, we could never do this again. This took way too much effort or Herculean effort, if you will. They hired a technical consultant, Peter Viper, Pettigrew. He was an actual pilot from Vietnam War from Top Gun school. He was there to guide this thing, the hallway. And they actually wanted to have the film footage to be real. They’re like, we’re not doing green screen. And they did a little bit for some of the scenes. And I’ll explain later, maybe, but they actually had Navy F 14 pilots up in the sky doing a lot of these maneuvers and filming it. I mean, could you imagine how difficult that task alone would be? Right? We just take things for granted. We were so spoiled with movies, that you have to appreciate how difficult this is. It’s not like a simple feat. It’s not two people walking down the street. And they’re like, oh, let’s try that at a different angle. No, this is millions of dollars. Extreme stunts, expensive camera systems. They didn’t get multiple takes to do some of this stuff. It just goes on and on. Right? The actors, Tom Cruise bow Kilmore and all these other folks, they actually had to go through the training
of an F 14 pilot, I mean, not as intense, but some low level of it. In case they had an emergency in the air. You know, like low oxygen how to eject survival school in case they had to punch out over the ocean and they were floating around for whoever knows how long and they end there’s a there’s a documentary I can’t recommend enough if you’re into this stuff called danger zone, the making of Top Gun. And, and of course, I watched the whole thing is two and a half hours the making of and then I went to go get a clip to put on the show. And of course YouTube torched it. That’s what they do best, right? We all hate YouTube. Can we just agree on that? As in the footage they showed Tom Cruise and goose wherever plays that guy. They’re, they’re in a low oxygen environment. And they’re playing patty cake. You know, something as simple to save your brain because your brains are losing motor skills and cognitive abilities at low oxygen. And they play pattycake to see who kind of like can’t figure out the maneuvers first. Right. And you know, of course, it’s of course gooses tapping out before Tom Cruise. Are you kidding me? Of course Tom Cruise can operate low oxygen. If I could have ran a marathon with no oxygen. I want to see Tom Cruise climb Mount Everest. Let’s make a movie about that. With no oxygen tank. Anyway, they are every actor they went up for the full ride. And surprisingly, the only one that not vomit was goose. No couldn’t do the pattycake. But he could hold his cookies. And Val Kilmer refused to even go up there. So what I’m saying is it took a lot of coordination, a lot of money to make this happen. And another point the footage used for some of these aerial stunts was from a famous stunt pilot named Art Shoal. And he actually died during the filming of Top Gun, he crashed his plane and died. So the film was dedicated to him. And they they show him on this documentary. And it just was crazy, because in the 80s, people just looked older, he was only 54. But I swear to you, he looks like he’s 80. But a lot of the a lot of the Flying scenes even though they took Tom Cruise and goose and all these guys up in the planes for the ride, a lot of the Flying scenes where you see them talking with each other and doing their things that was actually a cockpit in front of a green screen. And they talked about how miserable that was because they be crammed in this little cockpit for just hours and hours and hours with nothing to do. Who’s in the movie? Well, let’s start with who directed the movie, Tony Scott. Tony Scott, Ridley Scott’s brother. Now he actually this was a second film. His first film was done in 1983. It’s called the hunger. It might be it’s my favorite vampire movie of all time, currently. I mean, that’s a lot of vampire movies. But it’s called the hunger and it’s basically David Bowie and Susan Sarandon are, well not too random. But David Bowie is a vampire. Susan’s random plays a role in there. You’ll see you’ll see when you watch it. It’s based upon a book by Whitley Strieber. You Whitley Strieber is right. Guy was abducted by aliens. He wrote the book communion about it. But yeah, he did the hunger. And then his second film was Top Gun. So this guy is a stud, right? And he wanted it. If they would have left Tony Scott to do this, as he wanted, much like the hunger, it would have had this dark vibe to it. He wanted it to be more like Apocalypse Now. Which that would have been that would I argue that might have been a better film, but I like dark stuff. Well, they picked him because he actually had done a commercial with Saab, the car company where it had a Saab going against a fighter jet or something like that. And he actually was one of the few directors that had this ability to capture aerial photography in such a way or so they said. Now Tony Scott would go on to do Beverly Hills Cop Two Days of Thunder. The last Boy Scout crate movies, True Romance, Enemy of the State Taking of Pelham 1230 My goodness, this guy is killing it. Who else is it? Tom Cruise Of course, he plays Pete Mitchell Maverick.
We’re talking this is 85 when they filmed it. So we’re talking center to Tom Cruise. All right. So we get sent to Tom Cruise. Now infamously Matthew Modine turned down the role they wanted Matthew Modine to play Maverick. That was the dude who played Joker in Full Metal Jacket. Stanley Kubrick one of the greatest war movies ever. But Matthew Modine was so anti military that that he knew this was going to be propaganda used. And it turns out it was right we’ll talk about that in the conclusion. But he was like, No, I’m not doing it. Now Does he regret that? Probably not. He seems like he’s pretty whatever. Val Kilmer also was in it he played Iceman Tom because because Lansky there was a documentary about Val Kilmer. I watched a couple months ago that he had a stroke or something. Oh, I feel bad for the guy who actually pretty amazing duty. He filmed a lot of his experience in life in Hollywood like his whole life he filmed put pretty interesting guy. Anyway, he was in Carrie mcgillis. She plays the love interest for Maverick. She is in sort of an instructor at Top Gun school. Her name is Charlie Blackwood. And they were claims that they thought Kelly McGillis was too sexy. Too trashy to horse Dare I say. And then there was some ideas that look, she doesn’t look like a military instructor. She looks like a hot chick, right? Which I found interesting, because you know, you watch it today. And it’s like, pretty tame by today’s standards. So it just goes to show you right, like, and I think it I don’t want to get on a diatribe about women’s rights. But, you know, there’s a lot of a lot of things that have changed over the years. Like did you know it wasn’t until the mid 70s that a woman could get her own credit card? And this is only 85. And they’re like, Oh, she looks like a whore. i What are you talking about? Anyway, not going on, not not falling down that diatribe rabbit hole right now. Anthony Edwards plays goose Tom Skerritt is Viper. He’s the commander. Michael Ironside. Yes. And Aedes legend. He plays jester he’s another instructor. We even get Tim Robbins with a very minor small role he plays Merlin and then Meg Ryan’s in this she’s gooses old lady. Again another very minor role. I believe this is her second film ever. The soundtrack is fire so many 80s hits. We had Kenny Loggins who came off of Footloose with the biggest hit off the album. Danger Zone, right highway to the danger zone. We had the volleyball scene was playing with the boys we had cheap trick was on there, Tina Marie was on there. Loverboy was on there with a song called Heaven in your eyes might be the most slept on track on the album. And of course, Berlin now, Bryan Adams was supposed to be on the soundtrack too. But again, just like Matthew Modine anti war stance, and he was like I’m not having it. Which is what you’d expect from another Canadian communist. Ha, kid a joke I kid you know, a We talk about the Canadians here in America. And I’m joking, of course, shout out to my Canadian friends. There. So the danger zone song, right. Kenny Loggins performed it. But it was originally supposed to be toto but they dropped out. I think it was for scheduling conflicts. I don’t think it was an anti war thing. Now the composer for the Top Gun soundtrack, he was on that documentary, and he’s wearing a red string, a Kabbalah red string bracelet, by the way. And he was saying that, like all the big dogs wanted on this soundtrack, everybody was interested in trying to get on here. And they ended up going to Giorgio Moroder to be the producer. So he’s the guy who’s responsible for this whole damn album, basically. And he was the writer and composer for almost everything on the album on the soundtrack. And if you don’t know who Giorgio Moroder is, let’s talk about it for a second he is the the godfather of electronic music. So God bless him. He’s got his hands on a lot of 80s films you probably loved. He pushed it to the limit and Scarface.
He was he was with Flash dads and neverending story. He did this 80s version of Metropolis, a movie that I had covered on my blog, I’d need to do a show about metropolis where I will regurgitate what I had on the blog before I had a ticket down. And he’s worked with all the big artists David Bowie, Janet Jackson, blondie, and so on. But let’s talk about the best song on this whole soundtrack. Berlin’s Take My Breath Away, this song, there was a competition between Terry noon and Martha Davis, Terry noon, of course, from Berlin, Martha Davis from the motels. Terry neuen, obviously one and she had previously worked with Giorgio Moroder on a song called no more words, another great song. No. Telling me let me why you look in the way anyway, she said that they could Sorry, I was in a real scene mood me and Josie recorded for breaking social norms where he recorded the most perverted underage girl songs. And I did a lot of singing. Sad to explain which song I was talking about. You got to check those two episodes out. If you haven’t. We go through all the obsession. The musicians are obsessed with underage girls. It’s very disturbing. Very disturbing. The godfathers of rock. Now this I mean, the Beatles everyone there, they’re all obsessed with underage girls. So anyway, I started singing and I just decided, well, I guess I’ll just start singing from now on. Now anyway, they did no more words together. And she said that she could only afford to work with Giorgio on that one track right? While recording. He told her Hey, you should try out for this movie. I’m recording called Top Gun. I’ve got a song that I wrote. called Take My Breath Away. Now her bandmate John, he objected to it. He’s like, Nah, that’s not our song. Because he was like this artists purist. And he didn’t want her to do it, but she did it. And it turned out to be a big blessing for them because it actually it was the song that put them on the map and Don hated it. He was like, That’s stupid. Now I got to sing this song on every concert we go to. Whereas a guy like me, I’d be like, Yeah, bro, like, let’s like that cash register up. Let’s go. Everyone wants to hear the Take My Breath Away song. Let’s do it. But he’s a purist. He was like, No, that’s not our vibe. That’s Giorgio marauders vibe. Anyway, but there’s a melancholy sadness in the track. And Terry Nunes said that the reason that it comes off that way is because she herself hadn’t been in love for so long. That at that point, she sang it from this perspective of wanting to be in love, because she forgot how to write of a song. Of course, it blew the band up but then being the catalyst for the breakup, because half the band hated doing it all the time. And the other half was cool with it. Because now it’s their most famous hit and what they’re known for. So they broke up. Then 20 years later, they’re back together now. All right. See, I told you this is a long show. You better buckle up. Buttercup. We’re on Mach six. We’re going into the movie now. Some spoilers are common. If you haven’t seen the movie. I don’t know what to tell you. Go watch it now. I’m disgusted with you I’m disappointed in you all my shame is directed your way right now for not having seen Tom Cruise’s maybe his best movie ever. So without further ado, let’s get into top gun from the 80s The film starts out and they’re not even played around right off the bat. F fourteens are in over the Indian Ocean. The some inbound bogeys and Mab and goose and all the other crew. They’re all gonna go check it out, right? You see some MIG scream past. And you know Tom Tom Cruise Maverick. And goose, they’re they’re in their cockpit. And he’s Miggs screen by and they’re looking back. And I was wondered.
You know, because I was in the military, right and was not in the Navy. I was in the Air Force. And I was in ammo, which is like a munitions bombs and stuff, right. So really not a ton to do with the planes too much. Right? So planes aren’t really my thing. But we always talk about Top Gun. Yeah, you got to write. And there was always jokes about how silly that seemed that these guys are in these insanely expensive war machines with radars and computers, and they’re looking out the damn window. And I always wondered like, is that what is our fighter pilots do? Do they really look around the window at the plane? Or do they look on their little screen and their little heads up display and oh shit. He’s by me or whatever? I don’t know. Don’t ask me. They never let me up for an incentive flight. Some people get incentive flights and I never got one. So I’m not bitter. I’m not bitter than I didn’t get to live my Tom Cruise fantasy, but let’s just say I would have reenlisted if they would have offered it and they didn’t. Now Maverick goose they do some missile lock to scare the MIGs. Right? But they don’t they don’t violate the rules of engagement. They can’t fire and kill them right. So they they’re trying to scare them because you get them to go home right but this other MIG he’s missile lock. He’s doing the same thing that Cooper and Merlin they’re buddies and the other F 14. So of course man is going to save the day of course he is here to save Cougars candy ass. So here comes Tom Cruise, ready to save the day and they go inverted above the MiG. And Maverick gives them the middle finger they snap a Polaroid from two feet above you know as a Babli stuff going on right now. This is for no week as pilots this is for badass is ready to risk it all for a sick burn. And then the mid gets scared and flies away. And now the F 14 is they’ve got to do a night landing which is apparently the scariest thing you can do as a fighter pilot. That’s what they that’s what they claimed in the making of. So that’s the most terrifying thing is to land a fighter at night on a aircraft carrier. And they said look, we’re gonna put the scariest thing they could ever do right the front of the film, but as just a dumb viewer. I watched it I thought nothing of it was like okay, yeah, they’re gonna land the plane now. All right, but apparently it’s very terrifying to do in real life. So the pilots land. Cougar immediately goes to the commander’s office and resigned. He’s like, look, I’m losing my edge. I love my family. I miss my family too much. I’m scared of dying. He’s a loser. Basically, he’s a loser. So he resided I get out of your loser. He was gonna go to Top Gun school. But guess what, now that’s not gonna happen. And the commander he calls in man and goose and he’s like Look we’re about to have a conversation right now you and you and me. Let’s let’s talk about this
Unknown Speaker 28:52
what you should have done was land your plane you don’t own that plane the taxpayers do. Son your ego is writing checks your body can’t cash you’ve been busted. You lost your qualifications a section leader three times put in hack twice by me with a history of high speed passes over five air control towers and one apples daughter Benjamin and you so you’re lucky to be here. Thank you sir. And let’s not bullshit Maverick your family name ain’t the best in the Navy. You need to be doing it better and cleaner than the other guy. No. What is it with
Unknown Speaker 29:30
you? Just want to serve my country be the best fighter pilot Navy sir. Don’t
Unknown Speaker 29:34
screw around with me Maverick. You’re a hell of an instinctive pilot. Maybe too good. I’d like to bust your butt but I can’t I got another problem here. I gotta send somebody from this squadron to Miramar. I gotta do something here. I still can’t believe it. I gotta give you your dream shot. I’m gonna send you up against the best. You two characters are going to Top Gun
Isaac Weishaupt 29:59
We hear that Maverick slept with the admirals daughter Penny Benjamin before he got the green light to go to the Top Gun school, which I thought was a little strange like How old was Maverick? How old was Benny Benjamin? I hope everything was above the board here right but we don’t know we don’t maybe there’s a book about it we can read to learn more I don’t know. But regardless ma’am and booster headed to Top Gun school, let’s go right now there Miramar there at Top Gun school math is just riding his motorcycle on the flightline as one does when listening to Kenny Loggins danger zone. And next thing we see the pilots are in the briefing room for Top Gun school and we hear all about how the load is the best of the best and they’ve got a plaque. And that plaque has the leader from each class. And if you win Top Gun school, you have the ability to come back as instructors see their lane in the the, what they call that setting the hooks for a sequel right there. Boom, smart move. And you see the tension starting between Iceman and Maverick. These are the two alpha dogs in the class. And they they they both think they’re the best obviously, but only one of them can be only one of them can make it onto that plaque. And he asked Maverick the teacher Viper there he’s like you as Maverick. He’s like, you’re gonna be on this plaque in Mavericks like Yes sir. I was like your air kid. I like that. Pilots. Okay, so then next thing we get is the bar scene, classic scene and Top Gun. The pilots they’re all in their whites, their dress gear, the girls are swarming because they love a man in uniform. And we hear we hear Iceman is the best because he flies ice cold, right? Maverick he makes a $20 bet with goose in their target rich environment, about how he can get some some love and some sexy time or as he puts it carnal knowledge of a woman this time he says this is the iconic part where they start singing you know Mab and goose take over the bar and they start singing you’ve lost that loving feeling to the unsuspecting woman at the bar who is Carrie or I’m sorry, Kelly, Kelly McGillis. All right now interesting factoids about this scene. It was actually filmed in San Diego at a place called Kansas City Barbecue. And it’s the same place where they will later do the cringy scene where they sing Great Balls of Fire. And a parent I’ve heard it’s still there. I’ve heard it’s still there. Don’t quote me on that. And in fact, fun fact, I should. On breaking social norms, where I have my wife Josie on there, I should talk to her. This actually happened to her one time at the enlisted club on the Air Force Base. That’s right. They sang to her because she’s a beautiful woman. So subscribe to breaking social norms if you want to hear that story. I gotta write that down somewhere. Alright, anyway. So Kelly McGillis. Right. She is introduced as the love interest for Maverick. And we’re introduced to her she plays Charlie Blackwood, Charlotte Blackwood. But she goes by Charlie. And she gets sung to and she’s like, oh, oh, Tom Cruise. And she goes to the bathroom. And Maverick goes right inside of the women’s bathroom. That classic move. Don’t try that in real life. Folks. You ain’t Tom Cruise and you ain’t no fighter pilot. You can’t pull that off. Now, here’s what’s interesting about this character in the scene. The Navy did not want there to be two officers dating because in real life, they can’t do that. Right. You know, and it’s like, a lot of these guys are like, oh, like they get so wrapped up in their brain of No, that’s not the rules. That’s not how we do things. It’s like, it’s just a movie Calm down, right? So they asked the Navy, they’re like, Okay, look, are there any other civilians associated with the Top Gun school? And they’re like, yeah, actually there is. There’s the RAND Corporation. They are the contractors. So Charlie, is actually a civilian on this movie. And it’s not explained in the film. But she actually works for the RAND Corporation. Now, if you’re a conspiracy theorist, you know this name. Rand is a very influential and very connected Think Tank. And they’re allegedly tied in all kinds of stuff in this military industrial complex. They’ve scooped up just oodles of military and government contracts over the years.
They’ve also given us the internet. So there’s that Because what happened was the military, the government, they paid Rand to research. What would happen if the Soviet nukes wiped out our entire communication system? So they came up with this idea. That was basically the internet. And it was called ARPANET. At the time. We actually talked about this. On our April 20, April 2021 show on Kong Vs. Godzilla, I know seems weird to talk about the internet’s formation on a congress of Godzilla film analysis. But hey, that’s what the way it worked. And we talked about how the Internet and ARPANET are actually tied into a lot of occult philosophies. And we talked about Jacque valets book, the heart of the internet. And it talks about the vision of the internet as the cosmic humanism and the net, being this, the social revolution, because the internet would distribute knowledge to everyone. Okay. And valla it’s sort of a mass disclosure, in a way, I guess. And Jacque valet this whole time was concerned that Rand and the military were the ones responsible for inventing this thing. Because he was like, I’m worried this is going to be weaponized. I’m worried this is going to be an intelligence gathering operation at some point. And I don’t know that he’s entirely wrong. Now, ironically, I googled the term random conspiracy, and the first result was an article on Iran’s own website, and it was called detecting conspiracy theories on social media. And the whole article is about how to improve software that can detect conspiracies. I’m gonna read you right from the article. Conspiracy theories circulated online via social media contribute to a shift in public discourse away from facts and analysis, and can contribute to direct public harm. Social media platforms face a difficult technical and policy change challenge, and trying to mitigate harm from online conspiracy theory language, as part of Google’s Jigsaw units effort to confront emerging threats and incubate new technology. To help create a safer world. Rand researchers conducted a modeling effort to improve machine learning technology for detecting conspiracy theory language. Now, that probably sounds like a bunch of boring nerd talk, right? But I read that and I said, Oh, really, you don’t say? And I look it up. I’m like, What’s this Google Jigsaw you speak of? This, this unit that scans the internet for conspiracy theories, because they’re dangerous, and look, to be fair, I get it. In some ways, they can be dangerous, but I don’t know what to tell you freedom of speech, right? That’s why I’m always very careful on how I talk, because I want people to question everything. But don’t believe everything either. Like just because you might think something’s bad, doesn’t mean it’s always correct, right. So I look up Google jigsaw. And this was apparently an operation that was started to be run by Google in February of 2020. Wow, is that amazing timing or what? February 2020. What else was happening right then, oh, gee, I just don’t know. Something else really big. That changed our world for a couple of years. And then a lot of weird stuff happened. I don’t know. It’ll come to me. And Google jigsaw, of course, founded by Eric Schmidt, the founder of Google. And the CEO is a guy named Jared Cohen. And this guy turned out to be a businessman who was on the Council of Foreign Relations. And this goes into a much bigger, massive rabbit hole. The allegations are the these two guys. Were using the technology of this Google Jigsaw technology to pull off actual resume changes in various countries, with the theory being that Jared Cohen was actually part of the United States State Department.
And here’s one taste of that conspiracy theory to get you interested because we’re not going to go into it today. From the The Free Thought Project says this. However, thanks to the Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, the Freedom of Information Act, and WikiLeaks, the inner workings of how Empire operates have been clearly put on display for the world to see. While the mainstream media has been largely silent regarding the wealth of information contained within the massive release of over 30,000 emails and document attachments, including 70 570, written by Clinton herself. The information contained within his damning, the explosive emails reveal how the US State Department and Google worked in concert to topple the government have elected Syrian President Bashar Al Assad in an attempt at forwarding us geopolitical strategy. Major key alert folks and look and this gets into stuff that there’s geopolitics people out there that are smarter on all that stuff than me. I’m just you’re dumb, occult symbolism. Let’s talk about Top Gun, gay stuff. But I can tell you a lot of that stuff seems very strange. Research it to your heart’s desire next. So all the pilots are in the hangar. And the pilots. They are, you know, Charlie’s the civilian instructor. She’s talking to him about whatever, right. Maverick he’s trying to drop knowledge on what a MIG can really do. And he wants to correct her because she’s like, well, you know, MIG can do this, that the other end members or it can do more than that. I’ve seen it with my own eyes. And this is classified information. Right? And she’s like, well, I have a top secret. And he’s like, Okay, I’m gonna tell you in front of the whole class, which is very strange thing to do with top secret information. That’s not how that works. Whatever. It’s a movie right? Now I become the nerd that says would that’s not technically accurate. And this is the scene where Iceman play by Val Kilmer he infamously coughs right because Maverick trying to like talk about you trying to kick knowledge about how smart he is. and valleys like bullshit like that, right? Remember that? Apparently, that wasn’t in the script. And Val Kilmer just did that off the cuff and wallah. So all the pilots do their first run Maverick does his iconic move of doing a close flyby to the tower. And there’s lots of trouble that comes with being Maverick. He’s so rebellious. He’s just a naughty, naughty boy. All right. So they’re just proving that throughout the film, then we get the gay scene of any movie of all time. Volleyball and jeans. The song playing with the boys. And you know, mom and goose are volleyball and against Ice Man. And what’s the other dude’s name? I don’t remember. Doesn’t matter. plays a minor role. Sorry, if you’re the actor that played that dude, sorry. But this seems kind of comical. Poor goose. He’s not shredded like these other dudes. So he has to wear a shirt the whole time. Then we see Tom Cruise spike in the volleyball like he’s six foot tall. And, you know, I don’t know. Maybe he can spike a volleyball over a net. I’d like to see it though. And Val Kilmer actually claimed he dropped a conspiracy theory if you will, that Tom Cruise could cooked the cooked is the film term for like, destroyed the film footage destroyed the close up volleyball shots of Val Kilmer because Tom Cruise didn’t want Val Kilmer to look better than him because apparently he did look better on camera that’s without Kilmer claimed. And but you know, Tom Cruise into just about anything but spiking a volleyball over regulation net. I have my doubts and that might be a little Hollywood magic involved there. Anyway, they play their volleyball and jeans. And Tom Cruise or Maverick. He’s like, look, I got a I got a date with Charlie. I’m gonna get on my motorcycle. I’m heading over to take a shower at her place as one does on their date on their first date. So Maverick gets on his motorbike headed to Charlie’s he’s supposed to be there. 530 sharp. She told him if you remember, but he shows up late because he’s a bad boy. He does not play by the rules.
And he gets there. And he’s like, Hey, can I take a shower before we eat? And it’s presumed that he does. Okay. So they sit down. He shares his vulnerable side with Charlie. You know both parents are dead classic, classic part of film making here very much a Disney movie thing right? His dad disappeared and in an f4 in this The 60s and then Mom died right after of course dad’s death is classified. So she you never find out what exactly happened, right? And she even says like, Is that why you’re always second best up there? Just like I always say about Tom Cruise second greatest actor. second greatest. Yeah, they’re just sharing their being vulnerable and boom, queue up the Berlin take my breath away because these two are been in the bang. Nope. Not yet. He actually says, I’m off to take a shower. Another shower. Okay. Whatever you say Tom Cruise. very next scene. They show Maverick getting out of the shower, in the barracks. And there’s Charlie as she sees him. And she says, looks like you need another shower. What is up with the showers? There’s like four showers within a one hour period of this guy’s life. And he leans into her in the elevator. And finally, finally we’re gonna get the romantic scene. Dope. Man Mavericks, building attention. He knows what he’s doing. He knows what he’s doing. Then Meg Ryan shows up as gooses old lady doesn’t really matter. Time for an iconic scene now. And this is the moment where all that tension building is going to really pay off for Maverick. This is a classic scene. This might be the best film scene in the whole film. After the debriefing, no pun intended. Mavericks offset right he leaves this this this war room he gets on his motorcycle. And Charlie comes out because she wants to talk to him like Maverick Are you okay? And he’s like, I can’t hear you. And he heads out. She follows she chases them in a convertible it’s a Porsche Speedster replica very similar to the one that James Dean was actually killed in which is also seen in the film crash not the dumb film crash but the good one and they get into a shouting Max shouting match and she reveals to him she’s falling for him and he grabs her and he gives her the greatest kiss in cinema history Berlin’s playing and they get it in baby
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this is a perfect example of a textbook
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tenants you tenants my review of your flight my honor I can’t hear you Jesus Christ and you think I’m reckless Fly Fly I’ll have you know that my crew and my plane comfort some I want to finish my sense Lieutenant. My review of your flight performance was right on is that right? That is right. And I held something
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back. I see some real genius in your flying Maverick but I can’t say that in there. I was afraid that everyone in that tax table would see right through me. And I just don’t want anyone to know that I fall
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so there was the one of the greatest moments in cinema history. They should fire this thing off to the aliens. To show them how we do it. They sent nudes up to the aliens they should have sent this movie scene up to the aliens rockhard American boners you should feel something here watching this love last anime something you should feel something watching this. So kudos to these to Karen mcgillis and Tom Cruise, knocking it out of the park. Then we move on there’s lots of these combat exercises. You know it’s Top Gun school, right? That’s what the that’s the bread and butter of this film. Now during an exercise, the engine start going out Maverick goes into a flat spin and he can’t reach the ejection seat so he’s like goes punch it You see the cockpit? Fire off, right? Because the canopy the canopy comes off of a fighter jet. All of you guys know this, right? The way it works, right? Because a lot of people think, Oh, they hit the eject scene and it smashes through the glass. No, no, those canopies are very, very strong. So what they do is they plant flexible linear shape charges around this canopy. Okay? It’s an explosive and it fires the canopy off, then you eject. All right, so in case you’re ever in that situation, gotta fire off the flexible linear shape charges. As much as that’s what I know about Mizzou ammo stuffs all about. I got to do some, we got to work with EOD once. And it was really cool. We blew off some flexible linear shape charges around the what was it? Some bomb body, I don’t remember, doesn’t matter. We’re not going to get into war stories here today. So anyways, the canopy comes off. And also, inside scoop here. I’ve heard that you can only object twice. Now I’m no fighter pilot. But that’s what I’ve heard, you can only inject twice, and then you can’t do it anymore. Because every time you eject, it compresses your spine a little bit, and you lose an inch. So Tom Cruise was average height of five foot eight. And now he’s now he’s five foot seven, according to the movie, but of course none of that was real. Anyhow, this is a scene where goose ends up dying because Maverick is just too dangerous. Just like the Iceman warned us. Now his friend paid the ultimate price. And Maverick he’s a changed man. They don’t know if Maverick will ever make it back to being his old self. Now he’s cooking out in the plain Western out. Even Iceman goes up to him to apologize because nobody likes low tea, Tommy, low tea time. He’s crying in the locker room, like, Come on, buddy. What happened to close flybys to the tower. But that’s what we get right. And we get the first glimpse that maybe just maybe Iceman is actually a good guy in this whole movie. Paul, right. The Mavericks had enough, he’s quitting. He’s quitting Top Gun school. He’s at the bar. He’s drowning his sorrows and a glass of water. Seriously, it’s a glass of water. And Charlie comes in to check on him. But you know, it’s a bummer. She’s on her way to Washington. She got the big promotion she always wanted. And lo T Tommy, he’s ice cold, just like his water ice cold. And he’s shutting her down to no karaoke song. No sexy time. No Berlin. He’s just a mess. He’s a shell of the forum, former man that he was that she says, You know what? Low tea Tommy. I’m out of here. Because even she doesn’t like it. She’s like, so long, Pete Mitchell. And then that’s what it took for him to hit rock bottom. And Maverick goes into Viper’s office. He’s like, You know what? Maybe I should stick around. Because, you know, that’s the thing with guys. We’re pretty dense. We’re not good at identifying our emotions, we’re not good at expressing them. We’re not good at understanding them. We’re not told to spend time analyzing our emotions. We’re just not. So sometimes it takes big moments to get through to us. Like, you know, when I when I was with Josie, I didn’t know I loved her. I know this sounds crazy, right? I had to actually do a short tour deployment for a year for it to hit me and say, Oh, I really loved that chick. And thank God, we made it work. You know, we’ve been married for, I don’t know, 20 years now. Not 20. Long time, right. We’ve been together a long time.
And that’s a now and that was me. I was low tea, Tommy. I didn’t know. And sometimes as men, we’re just you know, and that’s what I don’t like. That’s luck, women, ladies, wives. You got to cut your man some slack. All right. You got to cut your man some slack. You expect them to be this black belt of emotion and he’s just not we’re just not trained, or we’re just not conditioned to have that language. And that’s no excuse. Man, you need to you need to suck it up and talk to a therapist and figure it all out. But I also think that women sometimes are pretty hard on the men. When it’s like, you know, women are very much socialized to talk about emotions, and they’re very well it’s like second nature to them. But for men, it’s just not. That’s what happens with Tom Cruise in the movie and Maverick. It takes Losing his check before he’s like, you know, maybe I’ll stick around. And next thing you know, we’re at the graduation ceremony, and Iceman wins the Top Gun award, total plot twist. If you hadn’t seen this movie before, it probably blew your mind. You’re probably that is not what I expected. I thought Maverick was going to be the big hero. But he’s not he’s a loser. He’s a loser. Defying everything you thought you expected Tom Cruise to do. He ain’t the man thou Kilmer is the man Iceman but, you know, Maverick, he shows up to congratulate Iceman. And next thing you know, here comes Michael Ironside. He’s like, look, look badass pilots. We got an actual op right now. Scramble the Jets. And in the making of Top Gun, the actual real Viper he said there’s no tom gun trophy. There’s no first place. He says if that was the case, these ultra competitive Alfa pilot guys would kill each other. It just wouldn’t be good. So anyway, time for the redemption of the hero. Okay? Mavericks down bad. But here comes Michael Ironside is like scramble the Jets, we got some real stuff going down. So the goal on the mission, as you would expect, Maverick saves the day. So even though Iceman got the trophy Mavericks the real hero here, they land. Mavericks back to the high tea Tommy Iceman points bows ie you can be my you could be my wing man any day matters like no you can be mine. And what’s funny is in the making of vow Kilmer riff absolutely refused to do that last line. Because he’s like, that’s the corniest shit I’ve ever read. I’m not doing it. And he ended up doing it and it became the iconic phrase from the well one of many iconic phrases from the movie. Then in the day, new mwah Maverick Of course, he gets the girl of course Charlie’s like, you know what? I love high tea. Tommy, who doesn’t love high tea, Tommy. And he gets the girl bab. And now we got to wait for two years to see what happens next. You excited? I’m so excited. Now in conclusion, because you’re here to talk about conspiracies not my adoration of Tom Cruise. This movie gave us so many iconic phrases. They’ve been repeated so much that it’s part of the common vernacular and you wouldn’t even think twice about them. The part where he says I feel the need the need for speed with the high five. As well as fancy as this white guys get with the high fives behind the backbone boom. The the phrase that Meg Ryan yells the goose at the bar. She says take me to bed or lose me forever. I’m not really sure what that means. But you know they’re finna get sexy time on then Charlie says it the maverick two. And then of course the iconic final phrase the you could be my wing man anytime. No, you can be mine. Not sure what that means? We’ll get into that in a second. Now. Let’s talk conspiracy stuff. Maverick he is the archetype of Luciferianism Yes, he’s the rebel. He’s the bad boy. He’s the Luciferian character. Remember the beginning he gave the MiG the middle finger. He’s breaking all the rules of engagement. He flies by the tower to close Iceman he tells him in the locker room he says he says look I don’t like you Maverick you’re dangerous. And what does Maverick say? says That’s right. I am dangerous. Yeah, he’s laughing at us right on the radio. He’s laughing at us oh it’s me laugh and do good. We want they want to man
that’s not what I heard though. We did we got gesture. No, no. A little bit harder because not counting our deck my ass. We nailed that Senator. You guys really are cowboys. What’s your
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problem? Because ASCII
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You’re everyone’s problem. That’s because every time you go up in the air you’re unsafe. I don’t like you because you’re dangerous. That’s right. Nice, man. I am dangerous.
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In fact, even in the there’s a scene where Maverick The Great Balls of Fire senior believe it is Maverick got his arm around goose’s lady at the bar like BAM he’s about to take is this dude’s wife two. Guys, the devil is Lucifer. In fact, Goose pays the ultimate price for the Lucifer character, the blood sacrifice if you will, because goose of course dies because Maverick is to dangerous. Yes, he’s the archetype of the rebel. And I’m not saying Maverick is gonna bang his dead friend’s wife, but I’m not saying he’s not going to do it, okay? But he plays the archetype of Lucifer, the prince of darkness. And this is and what is what are we saying here? Who is Lucifer? Who is this archetype? It’s the archetype of someone obsessed with the self, a selfish person, right? An independent sentient. In the objective universe, so Stephen flowers says, In lords of the left hand path, lords of the left hand path is a book about as you could imagine, left hand path ideologies, which all boys do I say all I don’t know how, how scholastic we want to get here. But the argument is that Lucifer and the archetypes of Lucifer are, in fact, those that embrace the left hand path which means, and to know me in Islam, which means those that go against the social norm. And that is exactly what Maverick embraces. He is the Luciferian rebel Angel kicked out of Heavens, by God, just like Lucifer, the rebel Angel. And that’s what he’s all about. Throughout the whole film, his F 14, literally falls from the skies and a flat spin and goose has to pay the price of the blood sacrifice. And a Satanist which is one of these left hand path ideologies will reject anything that society programs into the shape, because the left hand path seeks separation from the universe, non union. And that’s what Maverick is all about. He’s all about rejecting the rules. That’s why Iceman tells him he’s dangerous. He does not follow the rules. He despises these things. He’s safety and rolls. Maverick says no, thank you. Nice man never trusted him because he is Lucifer. Next topic. Sexy time. Oh my goodness, the whole film is sexual innuendo, the whole film. It’s phallus worship overload. There’s only one female in this entire film. And this is if you if you paid attention to this podcast two years ago, and change. We did two shows about Robert egrets films, the Witch and the lighthouse. And I demonstrated to you in a very intelligent and genius way while being entertaining and witty and funny along the way that that the witch was showing us aspects of the feminine and the lighthouse was showing us the opposing polarities of the male. All right. And that’s what you see in this film exclusively is the male phallus worship. And if you want to go back to this hoity toity, smarty pants, he left hand path occultism talk. They there are two approaches to unionizing with God, whatever your definition of God is, right. And one of those is the Dionysian approach is what they call the origin, the origin of the mind, overloading the senses, overloading the consciousness, how do you overload the consciousness? How do you flood it? You do that with sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Guess what this film is all about? Guess what? It’s all about sex, drugs and rock and roll. And you say, Well, if there’s no drugs in this movie, these are clean cut. military guys. Wrong. Adrenaline is there drug very clearly.
And rock and roll. You know Kenny Loggins. I mean, you probably roll your eyes a little bit. But take yourself back to 85 that was heavy duty man. That was rock and roll. So that’s what this film is all about sex, drugs and rock Road, overload the senses. And if you go to, let’s see here, I’ve got a book, The Secret History of Lucifer. I’m gonna read you from that The first act of creation, our tomb, at um, was perceived as an androgynous figure, the hand that made the world being the female aspect, while his phallus represented the equal and opposite male principle. As the eminent American scholar Professor Karl Lockard writes, the entire system can be visualized as a flow of creative vitality emanating out from the Godhead, thinning out as it flows further from its source. There’s a lot of worship of the phallus if you go in a lot of these ancient cultures, Old Time Religion, the pagan gods, the obelisk, right Washington Monument, it’s just a big old penis. They all and that’s what when we talked about the fake moon landing, I was arguing and we never went to the moon. And I stand by that there was some symbolic energy of the male phallus, the Apollo rocket, right, penetrating the female lunar surface of the moon. So you had the male penetrating the female. It was a ritual of the great mystery schools, demonstrated on a massive level by Freemason Buzz Aldrin. And then, in some ways reenacted during the rising of Osiris ritual every time a new president is elected. But to stick with this theme, and this is where it gets a little different than what you normally hear. This movie Top Gun I use when I use the thing I say homo, almost gay rights, right? Well, I’m talking about rituals rights are i t s? How gay is this movie? It’s an argument. It’s a theory it’s been presented before. I’m going to play a clip this is from Quentin Tarantino’s film called Sleep with me. And in it, you’re gonna hear the origin of the theory that Top Gun is all about homosexuality take a lesson
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about what’s it really about? What’s genre? Like it’s like a stick this is fine. This one sentence? Boy meets girl don’t give a shit about that football. Nice girl. Motorcycle. No, what is really being said, what’s really basic? That’s what you’re talking about. Because the whole idea man is subversion. You want subversion on a massive level. You don’t want the greatest fucking scripts ever written in the history of Hollywood is Top Gun. Top Gun is fucking great. What is Top Gun? You think it’s a story about a bunch of fighter pilots? It’s about a bunch of guys waving their fixer is a story about a man who struggled with his own homosexual. That’s it. That is what tough gun is about, man. You’ve got Maverick. Alright, he’s on the edge man. He’s right on the lawn. Alright, and you got Iceman and all his crew they’re gay and they are they represent the gay man all right and they are saying Go Go the gateway go the gay we could go both was telling me go she’s she’s she’s heterosexuality she’s saying no, no, no, go the normal way play by the rules go the normal way. They’re saying no. Going to Gateway be the gateway go for the gateway. Right? That is what’s going on throughout that whole movie. What is this party? Who are these people that make me sick? What is that? Who are you? Who are you? What is he wearing? It’s some kind of like dance jumpsuit, freakish, little Gaucho. Let’s go to Spain and dance with our arms over our heads and it goes to her house. Right? All right, it looks like they’re gonna have sex. You know, they’re just kind of sitting back. He’s taken a shower and everything. They don’t have sex. It gets on the motorcycle drives away. She’s like, What the fuck What the fuck is going on? Next scene. Next thing you see her. She’s in the elevator. She is dressed like a guy. She’s got the cap on. She got the aviator question. She’s wearing the same jacket that the Iseman where she is okay. That’s how I’m gonna get this guy. This guy is going towards the gateway. So I gotta bring me back. I gotta bring him back from the gateway. So I’m going to do that for subterfuge. I’m going to dress like a man. All right. That is how she approaches it. Right. Okay. Let me set up digress for just two seconds. With the screw Amy here. She’s like floating around and everything. Now she has a divorce. Right? I saw you on what was it? I was asking my friend like, I can’t remember it. Just there’s just a little bit but the real ending of the movie is when they find the minutes at the end. All right, because he has passed over into the gateway. They are this gay fighting force all right in the middle of Russia. These are three The washers are right. And there’s over and they fucking land. And Iceman has been trying to get Maverick the entire time. Finally, he’s got it. All right, and what is the last fucking line that they had to get? They’re all hugging and kissing and happy with each other. And ice comes up the Maverick and he says, Man, you can ride
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my tail. What is Maverick say? You can ride my car by.
Isaac Weishaupt 1:10:30
Now, I want to be careful in my messaging here because I don’t want the listener to think that I’m saying, oh, all gay people are a cultist. They’re worshipping Satan. I’m not saying that at all. Not in the least. I’m saying that some occultists write a cult meaning people who adhere to a philosophy hidden from the masses not so hidden. Right, because you got to read through some of these books and understand what they’re talking about. I’m saying that some of those people employ non heteronormative behaviors as part of their practice. In this practice, they use that in order to change reality, according to their will. Right? Basically, there are some gay elements to occult practices. If you look at Oh, that’s true, to stick on that theme of antinomianism. Well, in the occult world, the hermaphrodite is a concept. Because that they would use to seek to destroy aspects of the normal world and deconstruct God’s creation and rebuild the world as their own. And that’s what the symbol symbol represents to them. They believe all things should be considered and explored. Every sexuality, every sexual practice, sex, magic, rituals, anything that’s taboo. This is all antinomianism principles now where people will get it twisted, oftentimes, they might think, that I’m saying, Oh, you’re saying that to be gay is wrong and not normal? And I’m saying the occultist would argue that you can embrace some of these alternative things, even if you’re not that. I’m saying like there’s gay people out there, they were born that way. I believe that I subscribe to that. I actually have zero problem with it. I think if you look at even the animal kingdom, there’s all sorts of different sexual preferences in the animal kingdom. And I think there’s a lot it’s very normal, right. And I think the people that are occultist the, what I’m referring to is the practice of people who are heterosexual, yet embrace everything that is shunned by society, by Christian, hetero, normal, heteronormative society, right. And it falls in line with the idea of Lucifer and the rebel and the archetype and separating from the union, separating from the path. And this is why Aleister Crowley created additional levels of initiation in the Ordo Templi Orientis. Magical order he was running. I talked about this in sacrifice magic behind the mic, hip hop conspiracy book, if you will. And it’s, I’m going to read to you from Crowley’s eighth degree unveiled. That masturbating on a sigil of a demon or meditating upon the image of a phallus would bring power or communication with a divine being the ninth degree was labeled a heterosexual intercourse where the sexual secrets Oh, and this gets real X rated hair folks so if you’re not ready for that fast forward right now says the ninth degree was labeled heterosexual intercourse where the sexual secrets were sucked out of the vagina and when not consumed, put on a sigil to attract this or that demon to fulfill the pertinent wish. In the 11th degree the mostly homosexual degree one identifies oneself with an A Jackie lating penis, the blood or excrements from anal intercourse attract the spirits and demons while the sperm keeps them alive. Yeah, very graphic stuff here. Okay. But totally different purposes, right? You like gay people that don’t branches and stuff. They’re just attracted to, you know, the same gender. And that’s fine, and they love each other. And that’s great. And I love that for them. You go. This is an occult practice using energies
talking about controlling demons and all kinds of crazy stuff, to cause change in the world to vastly different things. And it’s the same idea of the Knights Templar. If you follow the Knights Templar origin stories, they were alleged to be performing some of these homosexual acts as well. Kissing the anus of the goat, the Baphomet. And in Hollywood, there are claims that all of this stuff is used as blackmail. On top of all that, or at Bohemian Grove, even I believe Richard Nixon was at a bohemian grove and he said it was a bunch of FA G gy stuff going on there if I’m not mistaken, because that’s the theory is that they do this stuff in order to have blackmail on each other and record it or whatever. And same goes for Scotland bones. There’s theory, allegations that that’s what happens there. But what about Top Gun? Are they showing us homosexual rituals? That seems a bit of a stretch, Tony Scott said that the whole film was the whole look of the film was influenced on a Bruce Weber photo book called Looking good a guide for men. And it was full of these beautiful half naked men that he used as an influence for the overall look and aesthetic of the film. Hence, baby oil and jeans playing volleyball on the beach. And if you go to Amazon’s description of this book, it says Weaver’s Weber’s first book, eroticized male bodies. So the RIP dudes on the beach by volleyball is reflective of in reality of how the pilots had to be in shape in order to fly. So there’s an element of truth in there not just this book that you know it was full of melee erotica. So the choice is going to be up to you my dear listener as to what you want to believe here. But yeah, the the pilots have to be in the documentary he goes on to this thing about how pilots have to be in shape because there’s these physiological elements when you’re pulling these high G maneuvers you got to kind of flex and whatever. But for me, the name Top Gun Top Gun is very phallic in nature. And when you talk about religions that embrace phallic symbolism, you find this related to symbolism of sun worship, solar worship, or solar phallus ism. God is the macrocosm. God is the creator and the destroyer and in the micro level, to take that idea, they demonstrate God as the foulest as the son. He’s, again, the mini version of God that can create or destroy and that’s what the energies of the male brings or the phallus can create or destroy. And recall in the in the film, when Kelly McGillis is talking to Tom Cruise in the in the room, and she’s like, Look, man, you’re gonna, you’re gonna be on a clip of destruction course here. Because why? Because he’s too aggressive. He’s got too much of that male solar, aggression and energy. And of course, all these sexual elements play a role in the occult understanding of reality. Sex magic has its roots in aeronautics and rocket science. Because you go back through Jack Parsons and the OTO. So to me, it’s not too hard of a stretch to say that top gun which uses a lot of rocket science and unknown maneuvers that you could only do with the science given to us from these occultists like Jack Parsons and Verner von Braun or whatever, right. It’s not too far of a stretch to say that. It’s not only gay, but it’s more of an occult worship of the phallus. It’s a celebration of male dominance. But there’s also a concept of magic here. So do in fact have phallus and male energy and magic connected. Because this film, this is some real military propaganda rah rah, rah rah rah stuff. This is Hollywood magic at its finest. They know the power of images, they know the extreme power of moving images.
They know the undeniable power of moving images with a fire soundtrack. And these worlds collide, in perfection with this film, an entire generation of people were sold on the idea of how glamorous the military is, from this one film. They don’t show you the the astronomical cost behind all these things, behind all these weapon systems, the egos baked into this system. It just looks like a great time for some of these guys who get to be rock stars. But this comes at a cost and societal cost. We all pay for this stuff, right? The taxpayer pays for all of this stuff. And it’s incredibly expensive. And I’m not here to tell you whether it’s right or wrong. I mean, there’s different perspectives on this. But we do spend a lot of money on this. Like, it’s cool to have these fancy killing jets and do all these crazy maneuvers. But you know what? Like, I’d rather have free health care, call me a socialist commie? Or how about clean drinking water. So now I got to constantly be changing out my reverse osmosis filters and all that crap. But these are very societal questions, but they don’t glamorize that in the movies. There’s not huge amounts of money behind the reverse osmosis water industry. You know what I’m saying? And the government acts like, oh, some of our problems are just so just so complicated, but the reality is, there’s no problem too complicated that they couldn’t fix. You know, we make weapons systems that would we don’t even understand them. They’re so advanced, right. And the screenwriter for the film. He said it best. He said, and I quote, never let the truth get in the way of a good movie. Now, do you think I’m being extreme with this? Listen to this after the release of the film, enrollment and navy went up 40%, the week this film came out. But Wikipedia says it went up 500%. So I don’t know what the truth is there. But it obviously went up. And in the documentary, The they talked about how the officer’s club it was packed was Stolen Valor, everyone was dressed up like a pilot, they weren’t really pilots. Everyone was trying to get some action. I was telling people all my Top Gun instructor crazy. But overall, what is the point of this? Right? Why, like, I talked about how this is this Hollywood magic, and it’s propaganda. And it’s made to give you a certain perception of the military and support the military. And look, I, I support the military, right. But I feel like we do need to keep in check. And keep in mind some of the things that go down here we are spending an awful lot of money. And that’s up to you whether or not you want to believe that they would sell you a version of reality that better. For us, what I’m trying to get the word to use here that gives them more funding, basically. And it could be argued that there’s a lot of fear based ideas going in here. But there’s also a lot of ego. When they talked about the military industrial complex, that’s a real consideration we need to look at. And if you watch the making of Tom gun, this the real live Viper guy he talks about, because this is a military guy, right? He’s like, Yeah, you know, I was hanging out with these Hollywood directors the whole time. And they kept using this term, this term, sublimation and the implication because I heard it on the dock and the making of and I was like, okay, sublimation. All right. I think I kind of get what that means. But I think it goes a lot deeper than that. He says, The directors kept using this term sublimation and he brings it up like it really made him question what’s going on with this movie right now?
Unknown Speaker 1:25:00
And during the filming of the movie, and they said they just had a pilot who just recently retired, was a Top Gun pilot was what they call MC killer can be shot down, flying to Vietnam. And that was the pedigree of
Unknown Speaker 1:25:11
my role was to, I guess, tell him what reality was. And then they would do what they wanted to do. Bruckheimer and Tony Scott, they know what it is they want. And I know what reality is, but you don’t match at all. So there are a few things I learned through the process. You hate the word sublimation, because they use that all the time. And now we’re going to sublimate the people in the audience. Another one you learn to hate is Mom and Pop in Oklahoma. Mom and Pop in Oklahoma are the generic people that are gonna go see the movie. And so you’ll say we can’t do that. That’s not real. And Jerry will look at you and go, Yeah, but Mom and Pop in Oklahoma want to see that.
Isaac Weishaupt 1:25:51
And I looked it up, I looked up the term sublimation. And here’s the first definition I found that it said is a term in psychology. That means the diversion of the energy of a sexual or other biological impulse, from its immediate goal to one of a more acceptable social, moral or aesthetic nature or use. And isn’t that beautifully put? Isn’t that exactly what we’re getting here? Diversion of sexual energy and applying it to recruitment in the military support to spend money on weapons systems and that kind of thing. And Tarantino has clips that at best he said it’s subversion on a massive level. This is an you know Quentin Tarantino, obviously a director, this guy Viper, a military guy who was hanging out with Hollywood said they kept using the sublimation term. This stuff that’s going on in the entertainment world in the film industry, propaganda, magic, creating reality. Hollywood is the the the word of the holly tree, which is the magic wand. It’s all creating an illusion of reality. So we have to be aware of this, we have to know that there are conflicting ideologies, putting forth their best piece of propaganda to convince you of what needs to be done. Now. The the Top Gun movie clearly is being used to show us a blend of sex magic ritual of the phallus celebrating male dominance. It’s arguable that there’s some homosexual energies there. Right. And we hear directly from a guy who was working with the directors that there’s sort of subconscious subliminal messaging going on in this film and Quentin Tarantino even said it ironically, in the clip talking about this film. So surprisingly, to me, the final verdict was there was a lot of, of conspiracy theory baked into this movie. A lot. You could sink your teeth into a lot of different ways you could take this. So see which one see which one you like the most. Okay, now let’s talk about the sequel for for five seconds here. The development for the sequel started in 2010. A long time ago, Tony Scott was tapped to be the director again, but sadly we lost him in 2012. The suicide. Wikipedia says he jumped from a bridge in San Pedro. Now, Tom Cruise is going to be in it. He’s going to return so at minimum This is already a four star movie at the very minimum. And it looks like Val Kilmer is even going to be in it which is great. I was kind of surprised to see him on the casting because of his health conditions. But Wikipedia says that Tom Cruise insisted and persisted to Val Kilmer be in this film. What a guy you know, I don’t care what people say about Tom. Okay, the people pick on your Scientology beliefs. You’re always going to be a good guy to me. Because even though they beefed in the 80s, because when the making of Top Gun happened, these two were fighting they were squabbling. That was real static between these two. But he pushed to get Val Kilmer in this movie. Because the original film there, the reason they beat is because in the original film, they filmed in like three stages. They did all the drama scenes and the party stuff first, like the non flying scenes. And the crew was actually at Mission Beach in San Diego and they apparently have a sign at the local pool. was locker room as it were. They were filming the locker room scenes. And yeah, they were partying hard. But Tom and Val Kilmer never partied together. They were pretty cold to each other. Some saves a bit of method acting, thou Kimora are constantly prank Tom Cruise. They all had a good laugh at his expense. So Tom Cruise what a guy what a champ. Jennifer Connelly is going to be in this one guest she plays she plays Penny Benjamin, the admirals daughter. Yes. So we’re gonna get more of the backstory on this daughter, admirals daughter that Maverick slept with. I’m sure they’re gonna make sure her age is appropriate, though. But we’ll see. You never know.
Some other character. We got Jon Hamm, Ed Harris, Myles Taylor, it looks pretty good. Right? It looks pretty good. The soundtrack has Lady Gaga on it. She’s almost a replacement for Berlin with a song called Hold my hand. And in a way this sequel, this film, marks the official end of the pandemic, hopefully, right? Hopefully, they delete they delayed the release of this thing for two full years because it was always intended to be a theater film. Because if you were called this was supposed to be released in the summer of 2020. And they were like, Nope, we’re not doing it. And then they pushed it to 21. And they’re like, No, we’re not doing it. And now here we are. Some are 22. It’s gonna get a lot of people back in the theaters for the first time in over two years, including yours truly, I haven’t been in the theater yet. It was real sad when it first happened. And that was one of them. My first feelings of sadness when the pandemic hit was, man, these theaters are going to, they’re going to go away. They’re going to go by way of the blockbuster store, we need that. I love the movie theaters. But I’ll be honest with you, I’d much rather pay 20 bucks to rent or buy the movie on Amazon and stay at home. But you know, I’m anti social now. So go figure. There you go. But anyways, I will be going back to see maverick in the big screen. And you know, they obviously did not sponsor this show, but maybe you should check it out, too. So there you go. There’s my my over reaching analysis of the symbolism and Top Gun of the call. What do you think? Do you think I’m stretching? I think there’s a little bit of stretch there. But I also think there’s a lot of relevant arguments here. Maverick is definitely the Luciferian energy. I know that much. That’s one I’ll stand by the other ones gets a little dicey here. Hollywood propaganda. I will stand by that, too. So there you go. Thank you for listening. Thanks for checking out the show. And I always talk about always give you a call to action. I say. I want you to help me out. I want to I did a lot of research for you. I watched a lot of I watched taglyan three times for this show. And the two and a half hour making of making a Top Gun. I want you to share it with a friend. That’s right, you’re going to share this episode with a friend because who doesn’t love Top Gun? Who doesn’t love it? Everyone loves it. You’ve got a friend that you really want to turn on a conspiracy. We’ll bring them into our team, the the friendly conspiracy theorists trying to make rational discussion about these ideas, not mean spirited, hate filled fear mongering. Bring them over here. You send them this show and I want to thank you in advance for doing that and until next time, stay WOKE
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