Saturday, July 03, 2010

Part 16 - "The Iron Giant" signaling the Beast agenda

The feature length animation The Iron Giant provides insight into Satan's programs preparing the world to receive the coming Beast of Revelation 13. Symbols conceal on the one hand and reveal on the other. The symbolic elements in this clever cartoon movie are rich with meaning. Featured in this post are the esoteric contents of a dresser drawer in Hogarth's bedroom.

The first thing I notice in the drawer is an 8 ball. Considering this object as one of the pool game variety alludes to the pyramid formed by the 15 ball rack formed at the beginning of the 8-ball game, in which the 8-ball occupies a key position. However, the context suggests a look-a-like object called the Magic 8-Ball, the meaning of which is supported in the context of the other objects in the drawer. This "toy" was about as popular as the slinky, silly putty, Frisbee and hula-hoop when I was growing up.

This ball has a clear view-port opposite the white circle with the 8 inside. If you hold the ball with the view-port up you can see a triangular face float to the top with a message on it. To use the ball, you turn the view-port down, ask it a yes/no question, then rotate the view-port up so the answer comes into view. This toy is an introductory version of an oracle used for divination. It was invented in 1946 by Albert Carter, whose father was a clairvoyant, an occult practitioner in the magical arts of divining. It compares most closely to a crystal ball.

9) When you enter the land which the LORD your God gives you, you shall not learn to imitate the detestable things of those nations.
10) There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, one who uses divination, one who practices witchcraft, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer,
11) or one who casts a spell, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead.
12) For whoever does these things is detestable to the LORD; and because of these detestable things the LORD your God will drive them out before you.

Deuteronomy 18:9-12

The popularity of this oracular object and its distribution as an innocent toy compares to the phenomenon of the Ouija board. These tools of divination encourage the practice of the occult arts in rebellion against the commandments given by the one true God for our protection. Giving children access to these objects is like setting a welcome mat out for the abundance of lurking demons who await such invitations. The object remains today as a cultural icon, evidenced by this Allstate Insurance commercial.

I'm going to explore this single object a little further before I move on to the other contents of the drawer because of how popular similar elements are in the entertainment media and how little regard is typically given them in our ignorance.

Why did the son of a clairvoyant choose an 8-ball as the pseudo-crystal ball object? Probably because black objects may be used as well as crystal for divining.  Also, the figure 8 on the 8-ball is also the infinity symbol that represents the transformation of man from mortal to immortal being. This is also the underlying theme of the movie!

The magic 8-ball is not the only object in the movie signaling divination. In an earlier post I presented the bathroom cabinet mirror, identifying it with the practice of scrying. That's a kind of divination where the mirror facilitates communication with spiritual entities as through a dimensional portal. The formal name for this is catoptromancy.

In popular culture the "classic" animated feature "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" features this practice with the question asked being, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" Disney productions specialize in occult indoctrination, with another notable example being the ubiquitous Mickey Mouse as the sorcerer character with a crystal ball. As a current example, there is an electronic "learning" game called "Disney Princess, The Crystal Ball Adventure" (Ages 5-7 years).

Consider the popularity of the "Alice Through the Looking Glass" story, where the mirror is not only the communications portal but useful for full inter-dimensional travel.

In the iconic Wizard of Oz, the fortune teller named Professor Marvel divines using a crystal ball in the "real world" opening sequence, and the wicked Witch of the West does likewise in the dream/fantasy world.

Outside the context of these occult "entertainment media" productions that corrupt us from an early age, there is the catoptromancy practiced by the State Oracle of the respected Tibetan Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama consults the State Oracle, who divines while in a trance using the object you see on the left.

The internal device responsible for the choice of answers offered by the magic 8-ball is a regular 20 sided figure called a icosahedron. A similar icosahedron is used as the die in role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons, which is another popular introductory "game" for occult ritual practice. I found the following comment someone posted on Wikipedia interesting, too. "Using the Coupon collector's problem in probability theory, it can be shown that it takes an average of 72 questions of the Magic Eight Ball for all 20 of its answers to appear at least once." The number 72 is the number of stars surrounding the scene of the apotheosis of George Washington on the US Capital dome, representative of the fallen demonic entities involved in the ritual magic of regeneration.

Let's consider the other contents of Hogarth's dresser drawer. In front of the 8-ball is a compass, a device used to find direction. This compares to and highlights the 8-ball divination, because advice and direction is given by the oracle. The "E" direction is the compass heading from which the Messiah will come. The capitol E is also the trident letter, a triple helix DNA signal.

There is a flashlight bulb, a source of light, symbolic of Luciferic illumination. This relates to the 8-ball divination also, from which is sought supernatural illumination.

There is a die with the three dots turned up, and three dots of what must be the "five" are exposed to our view on another face. The redundant show of 3 is another triple helix DNA cue, but don't let that be your lot in life! There's a die inside the oracle 8-ball that is marked particularly by three and five features. It has five triangular (5 and 3) faces meeting at each vertex. It can be represented by its vertex figure as or 35, and also by Schläfli symbol {3,5}. Coincidence, or purposefully done by the clever deceiver?

There is a pinkish flesh colored PEZ dispenser, which is a candy dispenser that became popular as a toy. In 1956-1957 the popular PEZ was a witch on a broomstick, although the one in the drawer appears to be the more generic version.

Appearing in back of the 8-ball is a button with the image of a rocket ship. This is for space travel to alien worlds, for ascending people from earth into the heavens. Think about it.

There's a horseshoe magnet, which attracts - iron. Attracts iron. Did you get that? Attracts iron. This is the iron giant, right? Iron mixed with clay, Daniel 2. Attracts iron. It seems to have worked for Hogarth.

The last item of note in Hogarth's drawer of esoteric treasure appears to be a crosswords puzzle book. Can you figure out the puzzle of what the contents of the drawer mean?

1 comment:

  1. Hi Bob,

    It's interesting that you mentioned a "hula-hoop" when my brother and I were re-familiarized with the "hulu" superbowl commercial this past year. I do not know if you have specifically commented on this in the past but it really struck me as being a blatant message, rather than even subliminal. It was in your face, here is what the purpose of TV and hulu is...oh and we are "aliens". Just a strange commercial, or rather eerie for how in your face it is becoming. The commercial is the one with Alec Baldwin, which I am sure you have already seen.

    One last note on that, the meaning of the hulu is supposedly a gourd which holds, precious things. It also has magical powers...interesting to note when considering the intent revealed in the commercial itself.

    Blessings in Yashua!