The Hollywood Agenda

The Eye

The Eye

 

Entrapment

Vaults are accessed by 2 things: a key code and a completely unfakeable retinal scan.

 

Contrary to the uninformed opinions of many “truth-seekers,” “the truth” is not merely that the governments of the world are corrupt or even overtly Satanic, or that people are controlled in ways they can’t and don’t want to imagine. People often use the word ‘truth’ in place of ‘belief which is expressly contrary to truth.’ Usually there is some sort of hypocrisy involved, such as when a “scientist” gives lip service to the truth while simultaneously having a mental block which prevents him from recognizing any philosophical truth whatsoever, or as when so-called Christians say “Jesus is the truth” without having ever listened to his message or followed his teachings, which they have utterly dismissed. Moreover, such people often use the term ‘the truth’ instead of ‘a truth,’ signifying that it is a philosophical linking together of truths which they are talking about, a sort of truth paradigm or truth-based paradigm. This Truth Movement as it calls itself is in fact the biggest joke of the common era.

The “moonblink” which Gylfie warns Soren about in The Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (2010) is a pun and an allusion to the word ‘hoodwink,’ which signifies a trick or deception. The metaphor comes from covering a person’s eyes with a hood or blindfold, as if to say that they can’t see what’s in front of them. The irony of the implication is that the victim mistakes the blindfold for the truth; otherwise it wouldn’t work. In From Hell (2001), hoodwinking is shown to be a Masonic operation in which the Third Eye and the temples are chiseled, putting the victim into a trance-like, non-responsive state.

 

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’HooleFrom Hell

 

 

The truth is that the Illuminati possess real spiritual knowledge and are abusing the power that it gives, mainly through the subversion of sacred symbols. The truth is that there is a spiritual war being waged on us by evil forces outside our realm of experience, and that the powers that be are merely their puppets. They want us to know, for instance, that “9-11 was an inside job.” Moreover, they want us to resist, and in so doing, make everyone who resists identifiable, so that they can target us for extermination. The trouble for them is that they can only use what’s available to them, because the ability to create and the ability to reach us on a subconscious level belong to the Creator alone as the source of being and of archetypes. Fortunately, the knowledge which these worldly powers possess is freely available to everyone, as it is a matter of what nature has in store, and nature cannot be controlled. With this in mind, let us now begin the exposition of the most important, the most frequently occurring, the most exoteric of the symbols which reach the subconscious of the human mind and convey to us the paramount spiritual truths.

 

BewitchedBewitched

I’m gonna teach you everything I know, starting with

BewitchedBewitched

the eye thing—the famous crazy eye thing of mine.

 

The important thing to remember about why these symbols are used by God is that they are not intended to be understood by everyone, but only those he has chosen. It is intended that the explanations should fall on deaf ears, “That seeing they may see, and perceive not; and hearing they may hear, and not understand; lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven them” (Mark 4:12). To the rest of you we say don’t be fooled by external manipulation and internal doubt. Listen instead to that voice in your head that tells you that it is you, not the world around you, which is in possession of the truth.

 

Starship TroopersStarship Troopers

If you think you’re psychic, maybe you are.

 

The “Third Eye” of the mystic allows him to “see” what others do not. “Seeing” means soothsaying, the art or practice of foretelling events, i.e. prophesying. A soothsayer is called a “seer” because he can see the future. But first he must find the seer’s stone because that is what empowers him.

 

The PrestigeThe Prestige

In my travels, I have seen the future. The world, ladies and gentlemen,

The PrestigeThe Prestige

is on the brink of new and terrifying possibilities.

Iron Man 2Iron Man 2

“The key to the future is here.”

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s ChestPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

-And whatever this key unlocks, inside there’s something valuable. So we’re setting out to find whatever this key unlocks.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s ChestPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

-If we don’t have the key, we can’t open whatever we don’t have that it unlocks. So what purpose would be served in finding whatever need be unlocked,

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s ChestPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

which we don’t have, without first having found the key that unlocks it?
-So we’re going after this key.

The MummyThe Mummy

Where is the map? And the key—where is the key?

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s ChestPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

-Where is the key?
-Hidden.
-Where is the chest?
-Hidden.

 

The nature of the key is already evident in the above references, though its exact meaning still requires explanation. The nature of the chest which it unlocks will be explained later. For now we will focus on the key, which the Illuminati think belongs only to them, because they are willing to go to such great lengths to make sure that no one else can have it. Their control of the access to the information is represented by what they call the Eye of Providence, or the “All-Seeing Eye,” which keeps us under constant surveillance.

 

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

Mundungus [mundus is Latin for ‘world’], stick tight to me. I wanna keep an eye on you.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireHarry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

[Head of the Muggle-Born Registration Commission]

Revolver

Have someone keep an eye on him for a while.

DevilDevil

-We can all keep an eye on you.
-Now it looks like they’re all keeping an eye on him.

V (1983 miniseries)V (1983 miniseries)

That’s very interesting, because I’ve had my eye on you for some time.

The MatrixThe Matrix

As you can see, we’ve had our eye on you for some time now.

Iron Man 2

Remember, I got my eye on you.

Blade

I’ve had my eye on you for years.

Cube Zero

 

 

Your eye is the lamp of your body. When your eye is healthy, your whole body is full of light, but when it is bad, your body is full of darkness. Therefore be careful lest the light in you be darkness. Luke 11:34-35

 

Each person’s eyes are complex and unique. (Everyone sees things a little differently.) Therefore an eye scan is the only security protocol short of a DNA test which is entirely impossible to defeat. Notice that in the anti-establishment films especially, it is the right eye which is scanned and the left eye which is associated with advertising and other forms of mind control. In other words the right eye represents the individual personality, while the left represents social conditioning.

 

X-MenAngels and Demons

CypherCypher

 

 

Many films have eyeballs hidden in plain sight, usually among other items with symbolic meaning, and some film studios seem obsessed with it (such as DreamWorks Animation, exemplified below).

 

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

MegamindMegamind

MegamindMegamind

Quantum of SolaceQuantum of Solace

Independence DayThe Island

 

 

As it is the symbol of knowledge and of knowing, an opening eye is often used to show that someone is becoming conscious. The Horcrux which the protagonists have to destroy in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2011) is closed throughout the film, and in the ones preceding it, and it cannot be opened by any means available to them. It finally opens to show that the Dark Lord, whose essence it contains, and whose essence Harry shares, is aware of his impending doom.

 

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

 

 

Like most esoteric symbols in the Harry Potter franchise, the Horcrux takes its name from Latin. Crux means ‘cross,’ and Hor signifies Horus, the Roman name of the Egyptian Heru or the Greek Apollo, the god of Roman Catholicism. This is also the origin of Harry’s name. In fact, every name of every wizard in the Harry Potter world has an esoteric meaning which is adapted to the good or evil nature of his or her character. For example, Harry appears with Luna (Moon) Lovegood in order to contrast the masculine (left) sun principle and the (right) feminine moon principle.

 

Harry Potter and the Half Blood PrinceHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Why can’t the others see?

 

For our purposes we will only focus on the masculine sun principle, but the moon symbol will be covered briefly later on. For now let us focus on the meaning of the eye, particularly in relation to esoteric spirituality. The first thing that needs to be understood is that it is the exact opposite or inverse of the symbol of true knowledge. Wherever it is used to signify the Illuminati, it is being used in reference to sun worship, or what we call the Sirian (or Luciferian) initiation. Theoretically, this should only make sense to someone who doesn’t need it explained to them more than once.

 

Alex Rider: Operation StormbreakerAlex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker

Do you have Eyeball?

Skyline

You have the eye and you know it, alright? Computer is just a tool.

 

The Luciferian initiation is represented by the left eye being open while the right eye is closed or hidden, as shown here in I, Robot (2004), where Sonny (Horus, as the son of Osiris/Lucifer) is becoming self-aware:

 

I, RobotI, Robot

What does it mean?

 

Note that the eye in the pyramid symbol is the left, as shown here in The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009):

 

The Men Who Stare at GoatsThe Men Who Stare at Goats

It’s the Ajna chakra, the third eye, the symbol of the Jedi.

 

Cyclops blasts Sabertooth with a pink energy eye beam from the place of the crown chakra in the Statue of Liberty (which, as we have said, is a Masonic symbol representing Isis) in X-Men (2000):

 

X-Men

 

 

The Staff of Ra is adorned with a headpiece in the shape of the sun and uses sunlight to create a pink energy beam which reveals the location of the Ark of the Covenant in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981):

 

Raiders of the Lost ArkRaiders of the Lost Ark

 

 

In each of these cases, solar power is being channeled through a sun symbol to signify illumination via a pineal output—a sort of secret (invisible) or mystical revelation of divine truth. This power is manifest in the hero’s material advantage over his enemy, which is to say that the hero is wielding divine power. So the symbol of the eye, which represents divine revelation, also represents divine power.

 

Hot Tub Time Machine

Wait, hold on. Are you saying that that’s the key to the whole thing?

 

The symbol of the eye as it signifies divine power originally comes from ancient Egypt, where the Eye of Ra was the only pictographic representation of the supreme God, and therefore the most sacred talisman. Its properties were as deliberately designed as those of any symbols in medieval heraldry, with each component considered to have sacred geometric properties representing the 6 senses. These properties were recorded in the pyramid texts and have been studied by alchemists ever since.

More important than its geometric properties and the 6 senses they represent is the fact that the Eye of Ra represents divinity. Creation is a matter of sacred geometry, but matter itself is the byproduct of light. Sight is the sense associated with light, and the eye is the organ associated with light; therefore the eye is the link between the creature and the Creator.

The ancient Egyptian civilization believed that information was genetically encoded—a fact which has been affirmed by modern science at least since the discovery of DNA. Where modern science doesn’t speculate on the natures of good and evil, because these are subjective identifications (according to the academic establishment), the Egyptians did. To them, good and evil are as inherent in the nature of the creation as the color of any thing is inherent in its pigments. This is especially true of conscious creatures such as human beings and the gods, who were never seen as making erratic and sometimes contradictory decisions, as in the case of the Greek pantheon, but only ever as acting in accordance with their inner natures.

The Egyptians themselves were a Caucasoid race with predominantly Caucasoid features. Like all other Adamites, the vast majority of Egyptians within the bounds of the kingdom had fair skin and blue, green or gray eyes, well into the New Kingdom period. Consequently, white skin and blue eyes came to be associated with moral uprightness and beauty alike, especially because racial impurity is evident in the ancestry of any given individual in a civilization with a predominance of recessive genetic traits, and because racial taxonomy based on a superficial classification of differing phenotypes is about all we can expect from any civilization prior to the advent of modern genetics.

The Egyptian nobility still adhered to the old religious symbols even into the New Kingdom era, well after the influx of the racially and religiously diverse Nubians at their southern borders. It wasn’t until after the dynasty was destroyed (i.e. during the Hebrew Exodus) that the Nubian usurper Akhenaten came in and disestablished the state religion and government. The very last royal mummy to be interred in the Valley of the Kings prior to the establishment of the Aten cult (and afterward, the Osiris cult) was that of Tutankhamen, whose bandages depict the Eye of Ra with the symbols of Nekhbet (the patroness of Nekheb, the first city built in the dynastic period after the Biblical Flood) and Wadjet or Buto (Nekhbet’s sister, the patroness of the Pharaohs—together they were the Two Ladies who guarded the kingdom). Nekhbet was depicted as a white vulture. Wadjet means ‘green,’ or ‘the Green One’ in the case of the serpent goddess. (It is thought that the Eye of Ra was originally the Eye of Wadjet, but this is a misinterpretation by Egyptologists based on their lack of knowledge of pre-dynastic Egypt. The word wadjet was actually used to denote the human eye.)

Ra’s eyes were always depicted as blue, while Nekhbet was white and Wadjet was green. The other major reptilian deity Andjety (Osiris) was also green. Green can therefore be taken to be the color of serpents (to be read ‘wise men,’ not ‘snakes,’ but only when applied to the gods), and therefore of the archetypal character we call Lucifer. Red was seen by the Egyptians as the color of evil; therefore by the time the Osiris cult gained its position of dominance, Osiris’ nemesis Set was being depicted with red skin and red eyes. This depiction is a direct precursor to modern depictions of Satan. It is extremely rare to see the main hero depicted with an eye color other than blue, and it is very common to see the villain (or any other person who is possessed by an evil power at the time) depicted with red or green (or even yellow, occasionally) eyes. Many films use all three together.

 

WALL-E

 

 

In The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003), the Eye of Sauron (Satan) is a reddish-green reptilian eye and many of the orcs have red, green or yellow eyes, while all the protagonists (representing 5 distinct races) have blue eyes:

 

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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

 

 

We might say that the filmmakers of this epic trilogy are racist, not respecting multiculturalist “progressive” trends on their genetically isolated New Zealand, but at the very least we must realize that these depictions are very much in line with the imagination of the author. To be a conclusive argument it would also have to make the assumption, contrary to reason, that the Egyptians were wrong—that ethnic/social influences have no effect on a person’s behaviors and disposition, regardless of the genetic inheritance of race. Society at large does not dispute this, regardless of which society it is that is being accounted for.

The Egyptians were racist, and the Pharaohs were racial supremacists, but then again, so were the Japanese imperialists, and so are the Jews of our modern age, to a much greater extent. To this day White slaves with Nordic and Dinaric features are highly prized in the Israeli and Arabian slave markets for their presumed beauty, which is the factor which Hollywood considers most when choosing its cast members. So it cannot reasonably be said that it is a coincidence or a racial supremacist innovation that other films use the same imagery as The Lord of the Rings, regardless of whether they are with or against the establishment.

 

Little Fockers

You look great, and you have, like, a red eye problem.

ExcaliburExcalibur

Look into the eyes of the Dragon and despair. I destroy you! I consign you to oblivion!

Knocked UpKnocked Up

-Very funny. That’s not how you get pink eye.
-I’m just really high.

The Omega CodeWho Framed Roger Rabbit?

V (1983 miniseries)Blade

LabyrinthResident Evil Afterlife

GhostbustersGhostbusters 2

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Constantine

The Ninth GateThe Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Cube ZeroExorcist II: The Heretic

The Crazies

Scott Pilgrim vs. the WorldScott Pilgrim vs. the World

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

X2X2

X-Men: The Last Stand

The Secret of Moonacre

 

 

This color scheme is not limited to eye color, by any means. In The Matrix (1999) and Cube Zero (2004) we see the blue and red dichotomy representing knowledge and ignorance, respectively. In both cases the choice of a pill of either color is offered to a person who is seeking knowledge and wishes to become conscious. The American-made Matrix trilogy identifies itself as a series of disinformation films with its depiction of the Satanic red pill as signifying knowledge, while the Canadian-made Cube trilogy makes the red pill symbolize deception, and the blue pill the true enlightenment.

 

Cube Zero

 

 

The red pill, according to the deceiver offering it in Total Recall (1990), is “a symbol of your desire to return to reality. Inside your dream, you’ll fall asleep.” In other words, he is sleeping, and the red pill will wake him up and bring him back to the real world. The protagonist in Total Recall realizes he is being deceived, however, and that he is already in the real world, and therefore refuses the pill and fights to become free. Despite the obvious overtones signifying that every truth-seeker needs to avoid the red pill at all costs, the success (as well as the irony) of this deception is clearly evident in the fact that the “truth-seekers” of the Truth Movement everywhere claim that they’ve taken the red pill, and have therefore become enlightened, as opposed to brainwashed, without even knowing what the motif means.

A few other motifs are commonly used to signify good and evil, and what the right and wrong choices are. Here we can plainly see that Indiana Jones has made the wrong choice, after his sidekick has just been told to take the left tunnel to avoid peril in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984):

 

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

No, Indy!

 

The peril in The Mummy Returns (2001) is avoided when the protagonists make a hard turn to starboard (right), after being marked blue, while the portside (left) is marked red:

 

The Mummy Returns

He’ll leave us a sign.

 

The lightsabers in the Star Wars films (described therein as the weapons of the Jedi, i.e. the truth of enlightened beings) are normally red, green or blue. The main hero is Luke Skywalker, who wields a blue lightsaber against the main villain, Darth Vader, who wields a red lightsaber. After Luke loses his lightsaber and learns that he is Vader’s son (i.e. Horus), he fashions a new one which is green, thus symbolizing that he has completed his Jedi training by ridding himself of his altruism (his conscience) and that he has undergone the Luciferian enlightenment. According to the Star Wars novels and other multimedia projects (in the case of Luke, Shadows of the Empire, which takes place between the films), a Jedi’s lightsaber is fashioned from a gemstone, representing the Holy Grail, and involves some sort of arduous quest. The stone is the source of the lightsaber’s powerful blade, which can penetrate or deflect any form of matter or energy.

Luke has blue eyes, as do his father Anakin and the other main protagonist, Han Solo, while the chief antagonists have red or yellow eyes. Luke’s mentor Obi-Wan Kenobi also has blue eyes. Yoda, the Jedi master who completes Luke’s training after the Luciferian initiation, has green skin and green eyes.

 

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom MenaceStar Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New HopeStar Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the JediStar Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

 

 

In Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), Obi-Wan Kenobi wields a blue saber, while his master Qui-Gon Jinn wields a green one. Jinn, or genies, are spirits in Arabian folklore who exist between 3D and 4D and are therefore endowed with supernatural powers. Qigong is a Chinese philosophy which has been incorporated into the New Age Movement, and which focuses its practices to the end of developing human spirituality to its maximum potential through the aid of martial arts. Just before his death at the hands of their red-skinned, red saber-wielding nemesis, Qui-Gon sits in a meditative position so that he can focus his mental faculties with the intention of defeating his foe, and ultimately become a “light body” when he dies.

 

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes BackStar Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

 

 

As the eye itself is the symbol of divine power, or of illumination, it is also the symbol of blasphemous pride, or of delusion. Over time the Eye of Ra was gradually replaced by the Eye of Heru (Horus), who is the hero of the Osiris cult and therefore of the Luciferian mysteries. As such, it was inevitable that the Horus-worshipers would usurp the symbol and ascribe its power to their god. According to them, the Eye of Horus is also able to uncover whatever illumination the Eye of Ra affords.

 

Never Say Never AgainNever Say Never Again

-It can only be authorized after a scan of his right eye.
-Is it conceivable that he could have used a false eye?

National TreasureNational Treasure

National TreasureNational Treasure: Book of Secrets

The Men Who Stare at GoatsStargate

The Imaginarium of Doctor ParnassusThe Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

National Treasure

The All-Seeing Eye.

Constantine

Still keeping your All-Seeing Eye on me?

Lara Croft: Tomb RaiderLara Croft: Tomb Raider

The All-Seeing Eye.

Lara Croft: Tomb RaiderLara Croft: Tomb Raider

The All-Seeing Eye.

 

Like any other symbol, what the eye represents by itself cannot be changed. It is, therefore, a matter of control only—control of access to the symbol, and therefore what it represents in the mind of the person looking at it. This is normally done by the deliberate use of the color scheme presented above to evidence the dichotomy of our human and reptilian natures (the personalities associated with and derived from the cerebral cortex and the R-complex of the triune human brain, respectively). In X2 (2003), the villain’s scheme of revenge unfolds as it is being executed by his son (Horus), who is using the blue right eye to control someone’s mind by impersonation and hypnosis:

 

X2X2

I’ve got my eyes on you.

 

In Thunderball (1965), one of the many Bond villains implies he comes from a place where the left eye is associated with evil, and where questioning illegitimate authority is not tolerated:

 

ThunderballThunderball

You wish to put the evil eye on me? We have a way to deal with that where I come from.

 

This character is not the only villain to wear an eye patch or to have a bad eye in the Bond film series, nor is the eye patch simply a device to increase the dramatic effect of the villain’s status. It indicates that something (namely, the place he comes from) is being deliberately hidden from anyone who cannot see beyond the veil. (For all we know, he has another eye beneath that patch.) This place, however, is not a place at all. As we will see, Osiris is from the past, and Horus is the sun god from the future.

 

The Mummy ReturnsThe Mummy Returns

-I’m flying high, hiding in the sun …
-How did you lose your eye?
-I didn’t. I just thought it made me look more dashing.

The Mummy ReturnsThe Mummy Returns

Horus … my best and most clever friend.

Star Trek VII: GenerationsStar Trek VII: Generations

What are you talking about, the future? This is the past …

Die Another DayDie Another Day

You see, to the casual eye it’s as good as invisible … but it’s called “the future,” so get used to it.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Perhaps we are looking at something of that future here.

X2X-Men

[Our Future?]
Welcome to the future.

 

Horus was originally a sky god patterned after the historical person of Nimrod—the Akkadian despot known as Sargon (‘legitimate king’), also known as Menes (‘he endures’) by the Greeks. Over time his eyes came to signify the sun and the moon together, a fusion of religious elements in ancient Egypt as an intended means of uniting different factions of the kingdom which was unified under his rule. Horus became the first pharaoh by conquering the northern kingdom and establishing his capital at Memphis, and both he and all succeeding kings wore both kingdoms’ crowns together as one. (This is the origin of the pontifical mitre in Roman Catholicism.) As the influence of the Osiris cult in the Upper Kingdom gained dominance over the other cults of the Lower Kingdom, Horus’ identification as the sun god became increasingly established. In proportion with the rise of the cult of Djehuty (Christ) or Thoth, the god of wisdom who was associated with the moon, the Horus cult associated the Eye of Horus with the sun and asserted it over the one which was associated with the moon. Horus worship became a sun cult, and Horus became the Antichrist.

According to the Osiris cult, Horus (or Nimrod, Apollo, Mithras, etc.) is not just the son, but also the reincarnation of Osiris (Lucifer). Together with Horus’ mother Isis (or Ishtar, Semiramis, Inanna, etc.), they are the Holy Trinity of the Babylonian religions. Isis is the counterfeit version of the Holy Spirit in the same way that Osiris is the counterfeit God and Horus is the counterfeit Christ. To anyone undergoing the Luciferian initiation (the red pill deception), Isis is the real Holy Spirit and Lucifer has the true enlightenment, but Lucifer himself knows better than to believe this lie, and he covets the enlightenment which only the Holy Spirit can afford. This is the main cause of conflict in the “monomyth” and will be discussed thoroughly in chapter 5, but for now it suffices to say that Lucifer is not allowed to possess the Holy Spirit’s insight, and he therefore intends to acquire it by stealing it from the hero (Christ) or otherwise using him to get it by force or coercion. For example, in The Matrix Revolutions (2003), we see the Merovingian (Antichrist) offering to set Neo (Christ) free if Seraph (the Archangel), whose job it is to protect the Oracle (the Holy Spirit), will give her up:

 

The Matrix RevolutionsThe Matrix Revolutions

Okay. I have something you want. You must have something I want, yes?

The Matrix RevolutionsThe Matrix Revolutions

And it so happens there is something I want, something I have wanted ever since I first came here.

The Matrix RevolutionsThe Matrix Revolutions
The Matrix Revolutions

It is said they cannot be taken; they can only be given: the eyes of the Oracle.

 

The “eyes of the Oracle” reference is to the wisdom of Odin in Norse mythology. Odin is said to have given his eye in exchange for a drink from Mímir’s Well, which is the Well of Knowledge or Well of Wisdom (technically, the Well of Memory, but ‘memory’ here connotes knowledge of the present and future as well as of the past). After drinking from the pool, Odin came to know the exact details about everything, upon which he became obsessed with the future consummation of the Nine Worlds which is called Ragnarök. Odin is therefore the chief oracle in the Norse pantheon, as Apollo is in the Greek pantheon.

According to some sources Odin traveled back to his home in Asgard (Heaven) with the severed head of Mímir who continues to speak prophecies in the presence of the other gods. Oracular power is signified either by Odin’s eye or by Mímir’s head, but Odin takes precedence over Mímir and other soothsayers as the All-Father of the Norse pantheon, the exact equivalent of the Egyptian Ra or the Hebrew Yahweh. (The Hebrew crossover is particularly relevant, as the Norse were and are the most culturally and genetically isolated of the races descended from the ancient Israelites, but the Israelites themselves had a distinctly Egyptian culture, having lived in Egypt for centuries during their nation’s germination.)

Odin is normally depicted as a hermit with a cloak and a traveler’s staff, like Gandalf the Gray in The Lord of the Rings, but sometimes with an appearance akin to Michelangelo’s God in the Creation of Adam scene on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. In Men in Black II (2002) we can see the oracle’s appearance being very reminiscent of that of Moses in The Ten Commandments (1956), complete with the shepherd’s crook (an Osiris cult symbol adopted by mainstream Christianity), standing atop a wooden nickel with only the “ODEN” visible (the Germanic name of Odin is Woden or Wotan):

 

Men In Black II

 

 

Norse/Germanic mythology stands alone among the major mythological traditions of Europe as having been derived from an understanding of the Hebrew pantheon and the Hebrew/Egyptian cosmology (the one that existed in the Lower Kingdom prior to the dominance of the Osiris cult c. 1500 BC), rather than from the Mesopotamian/Phoenician (including Celtic) ones. The Norse motifs are therefore used in mainstream symbolism at least as often as the Babylonian and Greco-Roman ones, with a frequency disproportionate to the Norse influence on European culture in comparison with that of the Greco-Roman system. Poking or gouging an eye is one of the most common signs that the hero’s quest is beginning, and is even sometimes the main event of the film, as in the case of Hot Tub Time Machine (2010), the name of which is clearly in reference to Mímir’s Well:

 

Hot Tub Time Machine

 

 

In all cases where the symbol is used intentionally, the loss of the right eye signifies the acquisition of knowledge, while the loss of the left normally produces death. The director of Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) has stated that the film is a parable, and while the title and the characters have clearly been designed in reference to the Greco-Roman mythology, it couldn’t be any clearer that the protagonist’s “second sight” is the result of her acquisition of the “Odin Eye” at the beginning of the film:

 

Pan’s Labyrinth

 

 

To gain access to an area which requires an eye scan (i.e., to claim divine knowledge), one must steal the eye or the person who possesses it. In films where this happens, it is normally the right eye that gets taken.

 

Angels and DemonsAngels and Demons

CargoBill and Ted’s Bogus Journey

 

 

The main protagonist in The Island (2005) has his mind invaded by the insertion of robotic creatures into his right eye in order that they can access his dreams (the future) and his memory (the past):

 

The Island

 

 

The protagonist and title character in Donnie Darko (2001) is warned about the future from a time-traveling man in a rabbit suit who has lost his right eye:

 

Donne DarkoDonne Darko

 

 

The Final Destination films all employ the Odin motif consistently, with the protagonists losing their right eyes and having prophetic visions with their left ones:

 

Final Destination 2The Final Destination

 

 

A magnifying glass draws attention to an X-Acto knife pointed at the right eye of the woman who is becoming conscious at the beginning of Final Destination 2 (2003):

 

Final Destination 2

 

 

That this is very deliberate is shown by the fact that the same imagery is used at the beginning of The Final Destination (2009), but this time the attention is drawn to the knife which then falls and puts out the eye of the next waking woman:

 

The Final Destination

 

 

The loss of the right eye is strictly metaphorical; it may happen in pictures, but when it happens to someone in the real world of Final Destination, that person dies. These people are being portrayed as unworthy of the prophetic knowledge either because they are disbelieving, or because they are too materialistic and selfish to care. In each case there are multiple eye references foreshadowing the person’s death.

 

The Final Destination

I’ve got my eye on you two.

The Final DestinationThe Final Destination

 

 

In one case the conscious woman has a premonition of death, and then the scene immediately changes to show a doll with its right eye missing. The dying man has just bought an Apple computer (the significance of which is explained in chapter 4) with his lottery money. He trips over the doll, foreshadowing his own death.

 

Final Destination 2Final Destination 2

I don’t know. I have this really bad feeling.

Final Destination 2Final Destination 2

Jesus Christ!

 

When this man opens his refrigerator to take out some food and put it in the microwave, the green H magnet falls into it, leaving the word ‘eye’ spelled out in red. After he carelessly puts it into the microwave it causes the fire in his apartment, thus contributing to his being impaled through the right eye. We take the H to stand for Horus, and infer that the filmmakers don’t hold the same opinion of the Horus eye as the Masons in Hollywood do.

 

Final Destination 2Final Destination 2
Final Destination 2

Jesus Christ!

Final Destination 3

 

 

As the eye is a body part which, if attacked, can cause a great deal of harm to a person, such attacks often happen in violent action films without any symbolic significance to the story or relation to Norse mythology. Here are a few more instances of intentional uses from mainstream science fiction and action-adventure films to demonstrate the intentional style. Again, when the left is stabbed, the person dies, and when the right is stabbed, the person becomes conscious.

 

Star Trek VIII: First ContactStar Trek VIII: First Contact

Astro BoyDie Hard 2

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black PearlPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

 

 

As with eyes being put out, decapitation is a common way (historically) of killing someone, so it happens regularly in action films. Talking heads, however, are always symbolic of prophecy, as when the severed head of the protagonist’s mentor Nakano (played by Mako) proclaims that the villain will perish in Highlander: The Final Dimension (1994). In the Highlander films, immortal combatants contesting for “the prize” must sever each other’s heads in order to gain their power (the “quickening”). Talking heads symbolizing the possession of Mímir’s oracular powers are rare, but they do occur in some films with esoteric themes, such as The Last Starfighter (1984) and Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey (1991):

 

The Last StarfighterBill and Ted’s Bogus Journey

Got your head, dude!

 

It is said that when Odin drank from Mímir’s Well, he never smiled again or took any pleasure in life. As much as it can be said that ignorance is bliss, knowing is despair. Drinking from the Well of Knowledge necessarily entails a profound sense of dread.

 

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered CountryStar Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

-Are you afraid of the future?
-I believe that was the general idea that I was trying to convey.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered CountryStar Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

-I don’t mean this future.
-What is this, multiple choice?
-Some people are afraid of what might happen.

 

Accurately predicting the future is a matter of possibility rather than absolute certainty, on account of the lack of visual or empirical evidence to accompany the “sight.” The future is “difficult to see,” as Master Yoda says in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980). “Always in motion is the future.”

So now the question remains: How does one access the Well of Knowledge? And how can someone learn how to decode all these Masonic symbols without a Masonic initiation (including the elements of misinformation and disinformation)? The Masons would have us believe that it’s not even possible, and that they alone are the “true keepers” of all esoteric knowledge. The truth, however, is that the conclusions they’ve reached from their interpretations of nature’s symbols are wrong, and that anyone with the Odin Eye (the Holy Spirit) can see what they cannot.

 

GoldenEyeGoldenEye

You don’t just walk in and ask for the keys to the bomb [Ragnarök]. You need the access codes.

On Her Majesty’s Secret ServiceOn Her Majesty’s Secret Service

The methods of the great pioneers have often puzzled conventional minds. [It takes] an unusual and rather
delicate psychological [right brain vs. left brain] balance.

Tomorrow Never DiesGoldenEye

-I’ve got the encoder!
-I can break the codes.
-Then get on with it!

For Your Eyes Only

So I think I see the answer.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered CountryStar Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

If there is to be a brave new world [dystopian New World Order], our generation is going to have the hardest time living in it.

 

Of course, one can always sell one’s soul to gain the symbols and be led to the wrong conclusions. The price, however, is not just ignorance and spiritual depravity in this life, but everlasting damnation.

 

Star Trek V: The Final FrontierStar Trek V: The Final Frontier

A short time ago we willingly surrendered ourselves to the forces of the Galactic Army of Light.

The Men Who Stare at Goats

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

This was the price of my arrogance.

Lara Croft: Tomb RaiderLara Croft: Tomb Raider

Remember, what we’re looking for is hidden not only in space, but also in time. The clock is the key.