>>John Boyega just revealed something crucial about Luke Skywalker that we never expected: despite Luke’s heroic actions, he’s already considered a villain by a lot of the galaxy. “For Finn, he’s been raised from the ashes of the Empire. He’s been taught about Luke Skywalker, he knows about his history. For him it’s like joining the army and then learning about one of the great enemies of your country.”<<
This really stood out to me, as from what I've learned, this is what happened to Ba'al / Moloch / Saturn… the best place to hide the truth is by dirtying it with all kinds of horrid practices and outright lies. The Ruiner mentioned this about how most of history has been revised, where the history of real life beings were converted into false gods and evil monstrosities. When Zeus overthrew Saturn, he created Saturn worship as the most disgusting of all practices with infanticide and more.
Great post, sharing.
Disney’s first Star Wars movie is a meticulously faithful blast of nostalgia, seemingly free of any hidden agenda, a fantastic film – but will it awaken anyone?
NOTE: VERY FEW SPOILERS
This is certainly not the analysis I anticipated writing, as I emerged from the theater. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a surprisingly good film, a nostalgic blast of wonder and excitement from our collective childhood, relatively free from the baggage of elite occult propaganda and the predictive programming that we’ve come to expect from Hollywood these days, particularly the Disney conglomerate. The character posters promoting the release of “The Force Awakens” certainly suggested otherwise. (I have already written about the Avengers franchise).
However, Disney has many more Star Wars films in store for us, and the cynic in me feels this film may simply be the golden carrot to lure audiences into a darker Star Wars universe. Time will tell, but in this age of The…
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