Sunday, October 17, 2010

Secrets of the Occult DreamWorks Animated Logo, and How to Train Your Dragon

I was watching the recent animated feature "How to Train Your Dragon" a few nights ago and in the opening sequence, an animated logo signaling and recruiting for the beast and his mark was presented. This DreamWorks imagery is yet one more witness to the devil's scheme. I made a video and posted it online in a continuing effort to awaken those still appointed for salvation and further open the eyes of those who are already awake and watching.

Occult Symbolism - DreamWorks Animated Logo 2010

As with earlier versions, the clip ends with a revelation that what we've been seeing is a reflection, referencing the Hermetic maxim, "As above, so below." The boy is seen inside the moon. The moon is a Bride symbol and the boy is the offspring, seen birthed as the moon is opened and the boy appears, a celestial and messianic child of the Sun and Moon. You'll notice that the boy's fly-fishing is like a whip, lashing out at the viewer. With the hook on the end, the viewer is the intended catch, to be reeled in at the appointed time. Warning! This is no catch and release program.

There's an important sequence of action sandwiched in the production. The heavens are opened and we look in, where we see a shadowy dragon appear. He descends towards the earth and disappears. Immediately three symbolic tridents appear, which sum to nine points. It's a scenario familiar to many of us, who understand the story of the dragon, the beast who appears and his mark in the book of Revelation, particularly chapters 12, 13 and 17.

Further insight into the nine points as a triple-helix DNA signal can be gleaned by searching this blog and watching this video: Commonwealth Games - Delhi 2010 - Pt 1 of 2 - Occult Imagery

This animated logo is a new version for DreamWorks, introduced with "How to Train Your Dragon." The dragon that is seen in the animated logo is the main dragon featured in that movie, of a kind called a Night Fury. I don't intend to make a series or even a long study of this movie, but I will share a few insights.

"Night Fury" alludes to a passage in Revelation 12.

9) And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.
12) Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.

Revelation 12:9,12

Like another animated feature I addressed at length earlier this year (Part 1 - "The Iron Giant" signaling the Beast agenda), the plot revolves around a hero who is a boy raised by a single parent and who is disobedient. In both movies, the boy conceals a creature with powerful destructive force, which with the boy's help later becomes a savior. Both boys ride the Beasts, have the initials H. H. and there is a Nordic/Viking connection. Hogarth Hughes / Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III

With the "Dragon" theme, the connection to the dragon Satan is inevitable, but, compared to The Iron Giant, there doesn't seem to be anything particularly new being added that makes it worthy of investing too much effort here, at least to my understanding at the present.

Perhaps most obviously, His middle name contains "HORUS" - "HOR-rendo-US"!

The boy has 3 "H" names and he is "the third." His two triple helix DNA signals equal the dragon's, who is noted here as having three pair of wings and three ear-like apendages on the back of its head. At the end, Hiccup's body resembles the dragon's (both missing a lower left appendage). This speaks to me that H.H.H. has been transformed into the image of the dragon through the triple helix mark of the beast.

The dragon is given the name, "Toothless," suggesting the dragon is not a genuine threat and poses no danger, even though he's NOT toothless and is in fact the very most deadly creature, besting even the "queen bee" all the dragon's had served.

The imagery of the dragon is somewhat cute and tame at times like as with many Disney characters, but there is a fearsome evil darkness always at hand. The Night Fury is very bat-like, resembling a vampire bat and also scorpion-like (Revelation 9). The most interesting resemblance is to an axolotl, a kind of Mexican salamander popularly used for lab experiments. (See here) What makes this an intriguing connection is because of how the form of the creature can be changed so readily. An episode of X-Files, season one featured a guy who had a salamander arm and hand grown/grafted onto his arm, making him a hybrid.

The dragon and the "Horus" boy, missing appendages, could perhaps be like a salamander, like Osiris, who was chopped up by Seth and reassembled and reanimated by the regenerative magick of Isis.

The anti-messianic Iron Giant, too, had this reassembling regenerative power, in himself, which was manifested as he reassembled himself at the movie's closing scene. The reference to Osiris is easily confirmed by reason of Hogarth being shown with the only piece of the Iron Giant he could find; a screw, his phallus.

Over and again, the film industry testifies that they are servants of the master of this grand conspiracy. The beast and his mark are coming. The signs are all around. Fear God, who is your hope and mine.


  1. Bob, I recently saw the Dreamworks transparent fisher boy logo on TV and it just hit me how it reminded me of the chemtrail planes - if you search on youtube for "fake planes" you'll notice how they are transparent.

    I made a google search for "dreamworks + chemtrails" not expecting much.. but almost the first link pointed to a movie "Over the Hedge", a cartoon by DreamWorks, apparently full of chemtrails.

    Well, this lead me to believe in some pretty "outlandish" theories, I'm sure you can connect the dots too.


  2. .........You do understand most of the story was derived from the books, this movie was based upon. In the book "toothless" was nothing more than a small lizard with wings.....who was named for his lack of teeth. While yes, toothless was made into something much more sinister looking in this film.....I can't help but feel your simply grasping for straws with this "review". You seem to state many things throughout this "review" as if they're facts......but you provide no evidence to prove it has any connection. There's no underlying threat behind this film.....especially since the original books, that this film was based on, was written by a devote Christian known as, Cressida Cowel. Please stop trying to find evil subtexts in films like there's little to no point to it. -Maggie

    1. Maggie, if you get more familiar with what we write you may find that we're not just "trying to find evil subtexts in films." The redundancy of the patterns, the consistency of the symbolism - these are hard to deny. Perhaps you have an emotional attachment to the film, or it is personal to you, and you have taken offense.

    2. Anonymous4:34 AM

      this is amazing and completely mind blowing ...I never realized how much cultic symbolism there was in this movie I only recently came across a reverence that states that a Chinese moon goddess is an eastern symbol for the man in the moon which led me to realize that, that must be the dream works logo..I am fascinated by symbolism and have been researching freemasonry symbolism put it lightly I am sickened to my core to see how much occult and pagan symbolism have been subtly hidden in plain sight and how people are so hesitant to believe the facts of what's happening in our world. You seem to know a lot and I would really like to discuss this topic further. Like I said, I am fascinated by symbology and would really like to gain more information