“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight! ” Isaiah 5:20-21
Back in 1986, when GOD really got a hold of me and opened my eyes, everything that I discovered always seemed to end up pointing all the way back to the Tower of Babble and Nimrod. The more I look at today’s society and the changes that are occurring, view the current youtube videos, or headline news, the more I see that EVERYTHING keeps pointing all the way back to Babylon, the Tower of Bable and Nimrod/BAAL!!! We are returning to the DAYS OF NOAH!
This article is about the “Man who loves Monsters” and how he and others like him are shaping the minds of the masses to accept and embrace the resurrected Fish God who is none other than BAAL/Abbadon/Apollyon/Nimrod.
Del TORO’s attachment to the FISH MAN MONSTER goes back a way. I recently learned that he first introduced this character to us in the HELLBOY movie series. Del Toro has an obsession and an agenda behind this theme.
Abe Sapien From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abraham Sapien, born Langdon Everett Caul, is a fictional character introduced in the comic book series Hellboy, created by Mike Mignola. He takes his name from “Ichthyo sapien“, the fanciful species designation chosen for him by his colleagues in the 19th-century Oannes Club, and from Abraham Lincoln, on whose assassination date the Oannes Club abandoned Abe’s body, leaving only a cryptic note as explanation, in a suspended animation tank beneath a Washington D.C. hospital. He is occasionally referred to as an “amphibious man.”
As well as regular appearances in Hellboy and B.P.R.D., Sapien has also starred in his own comics, with trade paperback collections and omnibus editions including The Drowning, The Devil Does Not Jest and Other Stories, Dark and Terrible and Lost Lives and Other Stories.
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In an Interview Del Toro stated:
Suffice to say that Demon or Swamp Thing mean to me what Batman and Superman mean to most mortals- perhaps even more. Samp / Abigal love was a great source of inspiration for me.”
His inspiration behind the failed Justice League Dark project seems logical considering the director’s love for creatures falling in love with lonely women and his appreciation of Bernie Wrightson’s work on Swamp Thing. You can find some of Wrightson’s original artwork floating around in del Toro’s traveling museum. Source
Oannes, in Mesopotamian mythology, an amphibious being who taught mankind wisdom. Oannes, as described by the Babylonian priest Berosus, had the form of a fish but with the head of a man under his fish’s head and under his fish’s tail the feet of a man. In the daytime he came up to the seashore of the Persian Gulf and instructed mankind in writing, the arts, and the sciences. Oannes was probably the emissary of Ea, god of the freshwater deep and of wisdom. Source: Britannica
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2018 OSCARS
Who had the most nominations?
Resurrection of DAGON the FISH GOD
Dagon Chief God of the Philistines
And so, here we are again, back to BAAL WORSHIP and Arch of Palmyra. Just more promotion for the Worship of BAAL. More “magical workings” for the resurrection of Appollyon.
Guillermo del Toro Wins Best Director at the 2018 Golden Globes
Saved and Absolved by MONSTERS???
“Since childhood, I’ve been faithful to monsters,” said Del Toro, calling them “patron saints of imperfection.” Del Toro noted that he has spent 25 years handcrafting “very strange little tales” that ultimately “have saved my life.” He closed by noting, “My monsters thank you.”
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Can a human being fall in love with a monster? It’s a question del Toro has been asking himself his whole life; the question that has driven him to become Propagandist-in-Chief for monster-kind ever since he was a kid.
“I idly ask the director what it is with him and monsters. Del Toro says nothing; he simply whistles as he raises his index finger skyward, erect.” (Some would say he is indicating his motivation comes from GOD, but I ask you which god? The Prince of the Power of the Air is god to these people.)
He alighted on an idea to tell the tale of an amphibian being who falls in love with a human woman. He had always identified with monsters. As a kid, his love for the macabre was an escape that didn’t jive with the strict Catholic background he was brought up in at home in Guadalajara. His grandmother literally tried to exorcize the demons out of him; twice. “It definitely didn’t take,” he joked. He empathized with the lot of the unloved and the feared. Monsters were always misunderstood, which was just how he felt. This idea was his way of rewriting their history.
“Its a Victorian creature expedition about explorers that go to the Amazon,” he says. “I wanted to do a movie about an amphibian creature who changes the life of whoever rescues it, in a magical way.” It was loosely inspired by a favorite fairy tale collected by the Grimm brothers—about a flounder that grants wishes for a fisherman and his wife—with a touch of Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid.
He would set it in 1962, at the end of the idealized American dream. “Vietnam is in swing, Kennedy’s about to be assassinated, and everyone thought the future would be great. It’s the moment where things start to change. I thought it would be a great moment for something primitive and spiritually powerful to exist.”
Here is a list of TORROS’ body of work. THE TITLES ALONE SHOULD BE VERY REVEALING. If you are familiar with any of these films and are not aware of how evil the message is that he is conveying, you are spiritually in very grave danger. I strongly advise you to seek the TRUTH with all your heart. Turn your back on the world.
Cronos, his debut feature, had premiered at Critics Week in Cannes
Mimic, his first foray into Hollywood filmmaking is about man-sized cockroach creatures who terrorize the
New York Subway.
The Devil’s Backbone
Pan’s Labyrinth, in 2006, elevated him to directing’s A-List
“At Home With Monsters” has been doing gangbuster business all year.
These next few paragraphs will demonstrate to you that this is a spiritual phenomenon that is being weaved through our society by demonic influence. This is a “conspiracy’ by the forces of evil to turn our world Topsy Turvy. The masses are being prepared to accept and even embrace the “New World Mindset” through the influence of Television, Movies, Social Media, Drugs, Alcohol, Sexual Perversion, etc. Watch how this man’s interactions with others in the field help to create this demonic Screenplay. :
It was while he was prepping Pacific Rim that a chance disclosure over breakfast flagged an opportunity to return to his amphibian love story. He was sitting with Daniel Kraus, the author with whom he was co-writing Trollhunters. Kraus told him that he, too, had an idea for a story about an aquatic creature. “He said, ‘It’s about this secret government keeping an amphibian creature, and this janitor befriends him,’” del Toro recalls. “I said, ‘Say no more. I’m buying the idea from you; don’t write anything.’”
He wrote 30 pages. “And then I got stuck,” he says. He showed his work to Vanessa Taylor, the screenwriter behind Divergent and episodes of Game of Thrones and Alias. “She introduced the Russian restaurant idea and fleshed out the idea of the spies. That’s when it became a movie.”
Over five years the script carefully came together, and principal characters emerged. There was Elisa, the janitor who lost her voice as a child and would lose her heart to the creature; Elisa’s fellow janitor Zelda, a black woman dealing with the prejudices of a city so far untouched by the Civil Rights movement; and Elisa’s neighbor, Giles, a gay advertising artist whose hand-painted method is quickly becoming extinct, and yet he’s still too early to land in a world that will accept his sexuality. Then there’s Michael Stuhlbarg’s Dr. Robert Hoffstetler, a Russian double agent unable to convince either of his paymasters of the scientific beauty of the creature they are conspiring to kill and cut open.
“Elisa is born in a place that she doesn’t quite belong in,” says del Toro. “She’s cleaning toilets and picking up garbage. Nobody sees her. She finds a place where she belongs and a person that shows her who she is, and not by dictating.”
He wrote the parts with actors in mind—Sally Hawkins for Elisa, Octavia Spencer for Zelda and Richard Jenkins for Giles. They were all willing; excited, even. In fact, Hawkins was more prepared for his call than del Toro could know. She had been writing her own story about a woman who didn’t know she was a mermaid.
(So, this actress was already being manipulated by the Dagon/MERMAID/SEAGOD Demon)
She and del Toro found the coincidence serendipitous. “It was so beautiful that we were on the same wavelength,” del Toro says. “I asked her if I could use this idea that she had scars on her neck that turned out to be gills. She allowed me to use another detail she had, which was that the character used a lot of salt to make the water in her bathtub habitable.”
In this next paragraph, you will see clearly that they are programming you to believe that if you are a loving and accepting person than you MUST LOVE THE MONSTER! In their minds, this means that you MUST LOVE THEIR SIN AND ACCEPT IT AS NORMAL! NOT!!! If you love GOD, who created you, then you must love everyone, this is true. However, the truth about that love means that you love the SINNER but hate the SIN. You try to reach out to those who are practicing evil or just headed down the wrong path. You encourage them to find what they need in GOD. YOU DO NOT EMBRACE THE EVIL! GOD DETERMINES WHAT IS GOOD AND WHAT IS EVIL! The loving thing to do is pray for those who are lost and share the GOOD NEWS with them. THE GOOD NEWS that JESUS is the answer to whatever is affecting them. It is not loving to accept a pedophile as a pedophile and embrace pedophilia!! THAT IS EVIL! It is not loving to accept Witches in their practices and embrace Witchcraft, THAT IS EVIL! etc..
These characters are all societal outcasts; others. They are practically invisible; marginalized by a world that doesn’t care to see them. It’s hard not to draw the parallels, which ran through del Toro’s mind as he wrote, with a modern-day political climate that is similarly shunning those it chooses not to understand.
Oh, so sad… pulls on your heart strings… right? Monsters are not Monsters… they are just misunderstood. Right?
So, just like they took the Breasts off of the Baphomet Statue so he would appear less evil and be more palatable, and they made Maleficent’s backstory make her out to be so misused and misunderstood, here they design their evil FISHGOD in the perfect form of masculinity, attractive, even sexually. So that the audience would not only see why the girl falls for him but so the audience, both male, and female, feels an attraction as well.
What mattered more than anything was ensuring the movie’s eventual audience would have as little trouble falling in love with a seven-foot-tall fish-man as del Toro had. “We went through great extremes,” he says. “We wanted to create the perfect swimmer body; almost like a Greek statue. When we designed the fin pattern, the layout of the abdominal plate, the musculature on the chest and arms, all of it was done to make something beautiful. The lips were beautiful but not exaggerated. We tried to keep the eyes expressive. There’s a harmonious balance to strike.”
In this next paragraph, Torro very clearly declares that he believes in LOVE and GOODNESS… his version being in the form of MONSTERS! So you if you do not love and embrace MONSTERS you are obviously not a loving person. WOE TO THOSE WHO CALL EVIL GOOD AND GOOD EVIL!
He’s certainly learned to fight for what he believes in: that differences are not to be feared, and that the truest monsters aren’t necessarily mythical beasts. His movies deify those who believe in goodness and love because he does as well. There are no more powerful forces to del Toro.
AND CERTAINLY, he would be remiss if he did not send a clear message about how evil the male of the human species has outlived his usefulness, making reference to his natural instinct to respond with dull-witted, misguided violence and to destroy what he does not understand. BS! Mankind naturally understands what is evil. God put that instinct in us and it works, until or unless it has been seared by embracing evil.
The hero, instead, would be security chief Strickland, a part written for Michael Shannon. After all, he’s the all-American alpha male who captures and subjugates the creature, dragging it halfway across the planet to be poked and prodded and used; squeezed for whatever information it could be carrying that might benefit his own interests. He’s the shoot-first-and-ask-questions-later type, determined to flex his masculinity and overstate his dominance for any who will pay attention. He deludes himself that he’s keeping us all safe from the threat of this ungodly demon, as he grasps at the higher rungs on his own career ladder.
Beauty and the Beast
The tale of Beauty and the Beast, loved by so many, has been told the world over. Explore this enchanting tale’s history to reveal its origins…
Here we cast our minds back to the aristocratic salons of 17th century France. The original story of Beauty and the Beast was written by Gabrielle-Suzanne de Villeneuve. Originally published in La Jeune Américaine, et Les Contes Marins in 1740, Villeneuve’s La Belle et La Bête was an original piece of storytelling. It was over one-hundred pages long and involved a ‘stupid’ Beast, who suffered from more than just his change of appearance.
In this original novella length tale, the back-story of both Belle and the Beast is given. The Beast was a young prince who lost his father, and whose mother had to wage war to defend his kingdom. The queen left him in care of an evil fairy, who tried to seduce him when he became an adult; when he refused, she transformed him into a beast.
Belle’s story reveals that she is not really a merchant’s daughter but the offspring of a king and a good fairy. The wicked fairy had tried to murder Belle, so she could marry her father the king, and Belle was put in the place of a merchant’s dead daughter to protect her.
Apart from the Disney version (of course), readers are most familiar with the shortened tale by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (1711 – 1780). Beaumont pared down the list of characters of Beauty and Beast and simplified the tale to transform it into a quintessential fairy tale. This tale was first published in 1756, under the title La Belle et La Bête as ‘a tale for the entertainment of juvenile readers. The changes Beaumont made to Villeneuve’s tale tell another story too, reflecting the social concerns and political changes happening in France at the time.
It is thought by some scholars that Beauty and the Beast story may have a much longer history. It could be that it has roots in the tale of Cupid and Psyche, the ancient chronicle from the Latin novel Metamorphoses. This myth, written in the 2nd Century CE by Apuleius, is one of the oldest tales and many believe it to be the first ever literary fairy tale.
“A tale as old as time”
The Ancient Roman tale starts with Psyche’s banishment (by the jealous Venus) to a mountaintop, in order to be wed to a murderous beast. Cupid is sent to destroy her but instead falls in love and flies her away to his castle. There she is directed to never seek to see the face of her husband, who visits and makes love to her in the dark of night. Eventually Psyche succumbs to her curiosity but accidentally scars her husband with a candle. In attempted atonement, Psyche offers herself as a slave to Venus, and completes a set of impossible tasks. Completing the last task (seeking beauty from the Queen of the Underworld), Psyche opens the ‘beauty in a box’ and at once falls into a coma. Overcome with grief, Cupid rescues her. He begs Jupiter that she may become immortal, so that the two could be forever united.
Myths and stories have travelled far and wide from generation to generation and we find similarities in these tales from all corners of the world.
The Woman Who Married a Snake closely reflects Cupid and Psych yet this first appeared in the Indian Panchatantra, a collection known to have existed in oral form well before it appeared in print in 500 AD. This helps to explain later ‘Beauty and the Beast’ stories, where the French beast is replaced by a snake in the Russian tale of The Enchanted Tsarévich, and the Chinese tale of The Fairy Serpent.
The beast appears as other creatures too. An English story by Sidney Oldall Addy, where the ‘beast’ is a ‘Small-tooth dog’, a Danish narrative of ‘Beauty and the Horse’, and the Swiss variant of ‘The Bear Prince.’ The Beast in Italian tale of Zelinda and the Monster is also no ordinary beast either, but a fire-breathing dragon who requests the presence of the poor man’s daughter.
“All at once there appeared a terrible monster with the figure of a dragon, and hissed with all his might” – Zelinda and the Monster
Cupid and Psyche – A Roman Tale by Apuleius
La Belle et La Bête – A French Tale by Leprince de Beaumont
Zelinda and the Monster – An Italian Tale by Thomas Crane
The Maiden and the Beast – A Portuguese Tale by Zófimo Consiglieri Pedroso
Beauty and the Beast – An English Tale by Andrew Lang
The Fairy Serpent – A Chinese Tale by Adele M. Fielde
The Enchanted Tsarévich – A Russian Tale by Leonard Magnus
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MALEFICENT EXPOSED ILLUMINATI 2 of 2
“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter” (Isaiah 5:20).
It is hard to overestimate Disney’s role in the moral decline of America, with its constant glorification of occult themes and its endless parade of train wrecks of child role models for millions of children (e.g., Lindsey Lohan, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, etc). Tragically, as these Disney-made “stars” lead millions of their adoring fans down the snake hole of debauchery the world grows darker with every passing moment. Knowing Disney’s M.O. for calling evil good, it is not surprising that Disney continues to push the envelope and glorify darkness under the guise of “art” with movies like Maleficent.
The new Disney movie Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie as the main character, is a spin-off of Disney’s “classic” Sleeping Beauty. In Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent is an overtly evil witch who curses princess Aurora after not being invited to her royal christening. Maleficent casts her diabolical spell by declaring that before the sun sets on her 16th birthday, Aurora will “prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die.” Maleficent’s curse is softened after three fairies step in with some magic of their own and are able to reduce Aurora’s death to perpetual sleep.
The movie Maleficent is yet another example of how Disney influences millions of adults and children with darkness, by taking evil characters and making them into heroes and heroines. In Maleficent, Disney takes a notoriously wicked witch and turns her into a beloved character and even into the savior of the world. Maleficent is a movie that unfolds as though Lucifer were trying to tell his side of the story.
In this review I will be relying on Maleficent’s past in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, as it was there that she became known as the most evil character in Disney’s hall of infamy… before they gave her a heroic makeover.
Maleficent as a Depiction of Satan
In Disney’s 1959 movie Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent is for all intents and purposes, basically a depiction or personification of Satan. Maleficent’s satanic connotations are undeniable when you realize that she is depicted as heading up all the evil forces of hell and portrayed as the wickedest person in the world. The word “maleficent,” when used as an adjective, describes one who wants to do evil and harm others. It is an antonym of “beneficent,” which means to do or produce goodness. It is defined as “something very close to malevolent or diabolical and is a lot stronger than naughty or mischievous” (Source).
Add to this that in Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent is the self-proclaimed “Mistress of All Evil.” She bears devilish horns and seeks to destroy what she deems as good. In Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent’s evil sidekick is a raven whose name is Devil in Spanish (Diablo). In the movie Maleficent, Disney changes the name to sound a bit more like our English word for Devil, to “Diaval.”
In Sleeping Beauty, when Prince Phillip, Auora’s “true love,” seeks to rescue Aurora, Maleficent seeks to destroy him and tells him that in facing her he will have to fight “all the powers of Hell,” indicating that she has all satanic power at her beck and call. After she makes this declaration, she transforms herself into a huge dark dragon, which is representative of Satan in the book of Revelation:
“And the great dragon was thrown down, the serpent of old who is called the devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him” (Revelation 12:9).
After Prince Phillip kills Maleficent by throwing his sword into her evil dragon heart, she falls to her death and the world is free from her diabolical spells. When Sleeping Beauty came out in 1959, Disney was glorifying so-called “white magic,” but 55 years later the world is so sufficiently jaded and spiritually blind that Satan can use Disney’s most satanic character of the past and turn her into a heroine. Disney isn’t just utilizing their old formula of glorifying the more palatably deceptive “white magic,” which was used in Disney’s occult formula for years (and still is), but is making a savior out of a wicked witch that in the past represented unadulterated wickedness and Satan himself.
No doubt, Satan would have liked to have portrayed the character Maleficent in Sleeping Beauty as the hero of the story, but the world wasn’t ready for it yet. Ironically, now that the world has fallen more deeply into its own progressive sleep of death (via Satan’s spells of indoctrination through Hollywood, mass media and the music industry) Satan is more brazen in revealing his true colors.
In Disney’s Maleficent, like Lucifer who was created perfect in his ways (Ezekial 28:12-15), Maleficent is at first portrayed as good before she became evil. It is interesting, though, that her name is not changed to Maleficent after she becomes evil, but is her name from the very beginning.
The movie’s narrator describes Maleficent as a “spirit,” which is the way the bible describes angels, including fallen angels like Satan (Matthew 12:43-45; Hebrews 1:14). One difference, however, is that while Lucifer chose to be evil out of sheer pride and the desire to be God (“I will be like the Most High” –Isaiah 14:14), Maleficent becomes the most powerful being in the universe by becoming the savior of both the physical and spiritual world. Like renditions of Satan from the past, Maleficent is depicted with huge, dark, foreboding wings and massive ram horns. She is also depicted as the most powerful being in the spiritual realm.
Blurring Good and Evil
The movie’s plot line deviates radically from Sleeping Beauty so that the goal of making Maleficent look good and heroic can be achieved. Rather than depicting her as pure evil, she becomes corrupted over time as a result of being betrayed and having her wings cut off. Maleficent defeats the king of the human realm when he greedily enters her kingdom to steal the fairy treasures. The evil king, now utterly humiliated, wants his revenge before he dies and offers his crown and kingdom to whoever is able to vanquish Maleficent. Stefan, who is Maleficent’s love interest as a child, returns to her later in life, claiming that he is warning her of the plot of the evil king, who has called for her destruction. As she places her trust in Stefan and falls asleep in his arms, he betrays her and cuts her wings off in his quest for the king’s throne.
After Maleficent awakes and realizes her wings have been taken, she wails intensely and then becomes incredibly dark and evil. It is in the imagery of her losing her wings that we have yet another depiction of Satan being cast out of paradise. However, Maleficent seems to banish herself and moves to solitary places, making her world like a desert filled with thorns. This is somewhat reminiscent of the demon Jesus spoke of, who after being cast out, went to desert places to plot more evil (Mathew 12:43-45).
After Stefan ascends to the throne, Maleficent seeks to destroy him by putting an evil spell on his daughter, Aurora, and causing her to fall into a perpetual sleep. However, after casting her evil spell and watching her grow up, Maleficent is attracted to Aurora’s innocence and seeks to renege on her evil spell. Unable to revoke the powerful incantation before Aurora falls into her deep sleep, she along with other fairies seeks out one who possesses “true love” to kiss Aurora, as only true love can undo the spell and set her free. This becomes a huge problem, as no one is found in either kingdom who possesses such true love. The problem seems to be resolved when they take Prince Phillip, who is depicted as falling in love with Aurora earlier in the movie, to her bedside. Prince Phillips gives her a gentle kiss on the lips, but to no avail, she remains the sleeping beauty.
While it all seems utterly hopeless at this point, guess who steps up to save the day with true love? It is none other than the “mistress of evil” herself, the very personification of Satan. Maleficent is the only one who exists that possesses true love and she gives Aurora the kiss, which raises her from the death-like sleep. Maleficent is not only an inversion of good and evil, with Satan being cast as the savior of the world, but an inversion of the sexes, as the male prince did not have what it takes, but it had to come from the darkly conflicted Maleficent.
Calling Evil Good and Good Evil
The lines between good and evil are further blurred when Aurora teaches the millions of people in her voiceover near the end of the movie, “My kingdom was united by one who was both hero and villain.” That is exactly what Satan wants the world to believe. When the Antichrist arises, puts Christians to death, and unites the world in a new world order (Revelation 13:5-7), the world can just as easily say “the kingdom was united by one who was both hero and villain.”
When you realize what the subtext of the movie is all about, you see that Satan is not only recast as a liberating Savior, as in ancient Gnosticism and modern Satanism, but also that he is the only one who possesses “true love.”
In the end, Maleficent appears to be the reigning leader of both the humans and spiritual realm that are now “united,” and Aurora is proclaimed Queen of both kingdoms. Maleficent is based partially on a true story, because it is based on Satan’s fall. But that is where the real story and the satanic fantasy end. While Satan will one day get the world to worship him as they worship the Antichrist (Revelation 13:4) and he hopes to derail God’s plan (Revelation 16:14-16), invert good and evil (Isaiah 5:20) and defeat the King of kings and Lord of lord’s (Revelation 17:14; 19:11-21) the reality is that the original Sleeping Beauty is closer to the truth. In the end Jesus Christ will defeat the dragon/Satan and will rule forever and ever (Revelation 11:15).
Jesus said that Satan is the Father of lies (John 8:44) and his tactics from the very beginning have been to claim to be a liberator (Genesis 3:1-6) as he “disguises himself as an angel of light” (2 Corinthians 11:13-14). Satan is all about inversion.
Making Satan the Savior
The early church had to fight against Satan’s tactic of calling good evil and evil good by his use of Gnosticism, which often depicted Satan as a savior who liberated Eve through esoteric knowledge and claimed Yahweh, the creator God, was evil. The lie that Satan is the real liberator of humanity is the cornerstone of occult and New Age teaching by both Aleister Crowley and Theosophist Helena Blavatsky.
“This serpent, Satan is not the enemy of man, but he who made gods of our race, knowing good and evil; he bade ‘know thyself!’ and taught initiation. He is ‘the Devil’ of the Book of Thoth, and his emblem is Baphomet…” (Aleister Crowley, Magick: In Theory and Practice, 1973, p. 296)
“And now it stands proven that Satan, or the Red Fiery Dragon… Lucifer, or “Light-Bearer,” is in us: it is our Mind—our tempter and Redeemer, our intelligent liberator and Saviour from pure animalism.” (Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, Volume 2, Theosophical University Press, 1988, p. 513)
“[O]ne of the most hidden secrets…involves the so called fall of Angels. Satan and his rebellious host…will thus prove to have…become the direct Saviors and Creators of divine man…Thus Satan, once he ceases to be viewed in the superstitious spirit of the church, grows into the grandiose image…It is Satan who is the God of our planet and the only God. [The last line sits on a page headed ‘Holy Satan.’] Satan [or Lucifer] represents…the Centrifugal Energy of the Universe…this ever-living symbol of self-sacrifice for the intellectual independence of humanity.” (Ibid)
Satan continues to teach this lie to hundreds of millions of people as he conditions the blind masses through movies, music and mass media. He prepares them to worship him through the coming Antichrist.
Hollywood’s Mass Makeover of Satan
Satan’s casting of himself as a benevolent being in Maleficent is only the latest installment wherein Satan inverts the truth for unsuspecting moviegoers, who are virtually clueless in regard to the conditioning process they are being subjected too.
In past exposés that you should be aware of, we reveal how the Transformers movies are about fallen angels (Autobots) who have rebelled against their heavenly leader and are presented as good and saviors, while the originally good angels (Decepticons) are portrayed as evil. We also expose this wicked inversion in our exposé Avatar and the Coming Delusion, which reveals how the avatar (savior) is a picture of the coming Antichrist! In two of our more recent videos, The Noah Movie Deception and The Noah Movie, Gnosticism and Satan, we show how this satanic inversion was portrayed in the movie Noah, where Noah and God are portrayed as evil, and Satan and the fallen angels were punished for wanting to help humans after God punished them. In the movie, Satan and the fallen angels are not only shown helping Noah build the ark but are seen ascending to heaven and being forgiven in the end by God. Noah actually extends his patriarchal blessing on his children from the serpent’s skin shed by the serpent in the garden!
In our exposé on the movie Legion, we show how the movie centers around the archangel Michael (Paul Bettany), who is depicted as a fallen angel who turns against God because he wants to save humanity from God’s end time wrath.
The archangel Michael justifies his disobedience to God by saying, “They are lost. He taught us to love,” and “I was a general in His [God’s] army. I was given an order and I didn’t believe in it.” Michael, who assumes the role of Satan or God’s enemy, is presented as compassionate, good and heroic, while the good angels who serve God, are presented as evil and demonic. At one point an old lady becomes possessed by one of God’s angels and is intent on killing an unborn baby, telling the pregnant mother that her baby is “going to burn” and “you’re all going to burn.” This baby is presented as the future hope for the world. The Archangel Michael’s mission is to make sure this baby stays alive and that new prophets are followed so he can successfully lead humanity into a new age. Michael says of the child, who is presumably the coming Antichrist, “He will lead the way.”
In our latest video exposé, X-Men and the Gay Agenda, we expose the inversion of sexuality and prove in the words of the X-Men gay director Bryan Singer and gay X-Men writers, that the series of movies has a subtext, which presents the X-Men as gays coming out of the closet. Singer, incidentally, was just sued for allegedly molesting a 15-year-old boy, along with other Hollywood elites who allegedly passed him around at a mansion in Encino, California.
The One True Savior
The truth is that Satan is not a Savior, but as Jesus reveals “a murderer from the beginning,” and the “father of lies” (John 8:44). Jesus also revealed in The Book of Revelation that Satan will ultimately be cast down and finally sent to the lake of fire for eternity:
“And the great dragon was thrown down, the serpent of old who is called the devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him…. And the devil who deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are also; and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever” (Revelation 12:9; 20:10).
Jesus, not Satan, is the Savior of the world:
“I, even I, am the Lord, and there is no Savior besides Me” (Isaiah 43:11).
“She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins” (Matthew 1:21).
“The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world” (John 1:29).
“And we have seen and testify that the Father has sent his Son to be the Savior of the world” (1 John 4:14).
“And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12).
“It is a trustworthy statement, deserving full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, among whom I am foremost of all. Yet for this reason I found mercy, so that in me as the foremost, Jesus Christ might demonstrate His perfect patience as an example for those who would believe in Him for eternal life. Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen” (1 Timothy 1:15-17).
“Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me” (John 14:6).
Jesus is the only Savior, because He created you and He is the only one whose holy sacrifice could pay for the sins of the world:
“That is why we labor and strive, because we have put our hope in the living God, who is the Savior of all people, and especially of those who believe” (1 Timothy 4:10).
Jesus is the Savior of all people in the world in the sense that He provided salvation through His death on the cross for all people without exception (1 John 2:2), but He is the Savior “especially of those who believe,” because His sacrificial provision for our sins does not save us unless we repent of our sins and put our trust in Him as our Lord and Savior! If you have not yet embraced Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, I encourage you to do it now, because you are not promised tomorrow (2 Corinthians 6:2)!
The present wicked onslaught by Hollywood which calls “evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness” (Isaiah 5:20), only goes to show just how late it is on the prophetic clock and how critical it is that we stay close to the Lord Jesus Christ and immersed in His holy Word. Our prayer is that the Lord would use our Good Fight family to help us get the word out as we shine the light of Jesus on Satan’s lies and share the glorious gospel of God’s wonderful saving grace.
Let us hold fast to the faith as we see the evil days approaching and may God give us the grace we need to fulfill the great commission and reach the lost while we are still able:
“But you, dear friends, by building yourselves up in your most holy faith and praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in God’s love as you wait for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to bring you to eternal life. Be merciful to those who doubt; save others by snatching them from the fire; to others show mercy, mixed with fear—hating even the clothing stained by corrupted flesh. To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy” (Jude 1:20-24).
May the Lord Richly bless you, as you press on to know Him and to make Him known!
20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
21 Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!
22 Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to mingle strong drink:
23 Which justify the wicked for reward, and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him!
24 Therefore as the fire devoureth the stubble, and the flame consumeth the chaff, so their root shall be as rottenness, and their blossom shall go up as dust: because they have cast away the law of the Lord of hosts, and despised the word of the Holy One of Israel.
25 Therefore is the anger of the Lord kindled against his people, and he hath stretched forth his hand against them, and hath smitten them: and the hills did tremble, and their carcases were torn in the midst of the streets. For all this his anger is not turned away, but his hand is stretched out still.
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