“Childhood’s End” and the Occult Overmind (Part 2)

Deus Nexus


The SyFy Channel’s miniseries diverges from the intelligent style and ambiguously positive theme of the book, but ultimately delivers the same occult message. 

By: David Nova | from Deus Nexus

In Part One, I examined elements of New World Order propaganda embedded in Arthur C. Clarke’s 1953 science fiction novel, Childhood’s End, and revealed the Luciferian aspect of the story.

In Part Two, I explore the second part of the book (the second night of the miniseries) which dives into the occult or more esoteric aspects of the story, and I will explore how the miniseries differed in presenting this material.

Infantilizing the Book and Humanity


Watching the SyFy channel miniseries, I was first struck by how much unnecessary melodrama was added to the story that wasn’t part of the book. Nearly every character in the book was turned into an emotionally damaged stereotype for television, the same sort of characterizations we’ve seen on television and in films for several decades now – the wounded hero who lost…

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