This third post in the series featuring "The Iron Giant" (1999 - Warner Brothers) exposes more of the symbolic elements found in this subtle vehicle of antichrist promotion.
Let's consider what the boy hero's attributes conceal and reveal. His name is Hogarth Hughes, and he is nine years old.
Why is the boy nine nears old? Why did the movie come out in 1999? Why was there a well-aged 1959 Cadillac Coupe De Ville convertible featured in a scene when the movie was set in 1957, long before the car was even in production? Nine is the signal number for the triple helix transformation of Adamic man to Beast, as I've addressed in other blog posts. Remember the movie "District 9" from 2009 (Tri-Star Pictures) and the "Three Times Three" Freemasonic ritual? The key to understanding this number in the context of the great secret is in identifying it with the gestation period of a human. Nine is the number of months from conception to birth and thus signifies the bringing forth of offspring. The kind of offspring will have the iron giant DNA mixed with the miry clay. This is the future of PositiveId as merged with Steel Vault, now arriving at your local med centers to facilitate the coming mark of the Beast.
What of his unusual name? There are several features of note, one being that the boy is an H. Hughes, like the enigmatic and eccentric Howard Hughes. Another is the allusion to the famous cartoonist and Freemason William Hogarth. Another is that the name "Hogarth" means "hilltop garden" and "lamb enclosure."
"Hogarth" is Old Norse for "hilltop garden." A garden is usually where choice foods are grown with particular care. One famous garden, the Garden of Eden, is most relevant because, after man sinned in the garden, the serpent was cursed to eat dust - while Adam is that dust (See Who is Cain's Father?)! Yes, this is cannibalism. So we see how, by way of the cleverly chosen name "Hogarth," the Adamic boy is associated with choice food being readied for consumption by the hilltop gods.
This matter (that probably seems really bizarre unless you're familiar with the likes of Steve Quayle's work) was actually signaled in symbolic imagery as the serving bowl containing the food, found in many scenes on the kitchen table. It is green. Think - Soylent Green, a sci-fi movie where coveted food is made of people. Think - the green-skinned Osiris, a Beast identity. Recall the many green logos addressed in this blog.
Consider the serving bowl's triple helix encircling the rim as a horizon line where heaven meets earth. Remember NCR.com's scene 3?
The lower earthly part of the bowl is woven, indicating how the iron is mixed with miry clay but in such a way that "one shall not cleave to another."
And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.
Another meaning of the name "Hogarth" (The Hogarth Surname) is "English (northern borders) and Scottish: probably a variant of Hoggard, but perhaps, as Black suggests, a habitational name from a lost or unidentified place named with the dialect word hoggarth ‘lamb enclosure.’" This meaning can be considered in the same way as the "hilltop garden," with the Adamic (lamb-kind) boy associated with where choice livestock might be raised for the god's consumption.
The allusion to William Hogarth (1697 – 1764) is equally interesting and relevant! He was an English painter, printmaker, pictorial satirist, social critic and editorial cartoonist - AND - a Freemason! Indeed, this iron giant cartoon resembles some of his work, not in artistic style but in that it's replete with the esoteric symbolism characteristic of the works of Freemasonry. When William Hogarth died and was buried at St. Nicholas's Churchyard in London, his friend, David Garrick, composed this epitaph for his tombstone.
Farewell great Painter of Mankind
Who reach'd the noblest point of Art
Whose pictur'd Morals charm the Mind
And through the Eye correct the Heart.
If Genius fire thee, Reader, stay,
If Nature touch thee, drop a Tear:
If neither move thee, turn away,
For Hogarth's honour'd dust lies here.
When you read "Whose pictur'd Morals charm the Mind - And through the Eye correct the Heart." in the memorial tribute to William Hogarth you should consider his namesake's appearance in the morality tale that is The Iron Giant. Use of the word "charm" is fitting, as the effect of sorcery. Use of the word "correct" however, should be recognized as the perspective of a Freemason, whose god is, ultimately, Lucifer.
To recognize Hogarth Hughes as an "H. Hughes" suggests an allusion is being made to Howard Hughes (1905 – 1976). I was born in 1957 and I can remember being interested in the enigmatic Mr. Hughes, who seemed to be in the news pretty regularly for one thing or another. He was one of the most wealthy and eccentric men around. What interested me most was his role as a technological innovator in aviation. He was very brave and is recognized as one of the most influential aviators in history. Howard Hughes was also a maverick film producer. With William Hogarth being a cartoonist and Howard Hughes, a movie producer, there may be something of interest in that the lead character in a cartoon movie is named Hogarth Hughes. What I find far more interesting, though, is the role Howard Hughes may yet be found to have played in the biotech innovation of the mark of the Beast!
"In 1953, Hughes launched the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Chevy Chase, Maryland, formed with the express goal of basic biomedical research, including trying to understand, in Hughes's words, the genesis of life itself.'" Howard Hughes - Wikipedia To what end would one pursue such an interest? Isn't this the very kind of pursuit that will find fulfillment in the mark of the Beast? If you do a little research you'll discover that institute is still well funded and is very significant today, with a mission focused on genetics, immunology and molecular biology.
In 2006, the Institute's Janelia Farm Research Campus was opened in Ashburn, VA, primarily focused on neurobiology. If one were to take such things as clues, one might look at the street names on the campus and, seeing the intersection of Helix and Demeter Drives, suspect there might be some hidden agendas involved. Demeter is, among other things, the goddess of fertility. Demeter's emblem is the poppy, a bright red flower that grows among the barley, which grain is a biblical type of the Bride of Y'shua. This goddess is named alongside Zeus and Apollo among the Twelve Olympians. What do you suppose might be signified by the intersection of Helix and Demeter?
If one were to take such things as clues, one might look at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's logo and suspect there might be a conspiracy behind this and the color of the fictional Hughes family's serving bowl, the skin of Osiris and other logos like that of the Genetic Engineering Network.
Of course, these things should be taken as clues. There is a conspiracy afoot, to deceive you and I and as many as possible and deprive us of our Adamic nature and souls. The naming of the boy and his age in the cartoon movie's setting are no less informative than the movie's promotional poster or its storyline.
The devil is clever, and bad. Yahweh is more clever, and good! He is offering an upgrade opportunity too. Take it, before it's too late.