Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Part 2 - Rango - The Grail Quest and Horus Eye Illumination

Continuing from the previous post, it's readily apparent that Rango doesn't pretend to be superficial. The obvious overlying theme is one's quest for meaning in life that is to fulfill his destiny. That's deep. The quest is undertaken in the context of securing water to save the inhabitants of his little world. With water as one of the essentials for physical life, the movie plays it up knowingly as a metaphor, overlaying the two quests. That's really deep.

The pivotal lesson for Rango in his quest is, “No man can walk out on his own story.” While this involves Rango's "story," one he had been acting out as a though he were in a surreal dream world improv theater, I'm going to focus on what's really the matter of paramount importance. It's about Horus, fulfilling his appointed destiny, and about the movie audience who is induced by effectual enchantments to support him and follow his lead.

There's a lot going on in Rango, as some like The Film Doctor have noted. Allusions are made to other movies that initiated "industry insiders" and passionate movie buffs pick up on but which are really lost on the rest of us. In much the same way, references made to Horus, the Antichrist Beast and the Nephilim are lost on those who are uninitiated into the esoteric signs and secret agendas. Industry insiders include a lot of those initiated into the arcane. I assure you, many of them "get it" when they see this movie. I pray that you do too, so their wicked spells of deceit hold no sway in your life. Seek the Sovereign Lord and to please Him alone in your personal quest!

I've assembled a few more collections of stills from the movie to illustrate the core theme of the animated feature, how Rango advances Satan's family plan agenda. Rango presents Eye of Horus enlightenment and the attainment of gnosis through layers of visual and thematic imagery, concealing and revealing mysteries about the role of Mystery Babylon the great, mother of harlots, Horus worship, triple helix DNA transformation, trans-dimensional travel, clock and bell tower enchantments, UFO chariot thrones, sex magick in architectural design and placement, etc. While this could easily be an extensive series, there's nothing particular new revealed beyond what has already been presented in this blog. For this reason, even though the film is so richly endowed, I'm going to limit this presentation compared to some others.

In the middle left of this collage, Rango appears in his Hawaiian shirt, further attired as one called out into the street for a gunfight. Let's identify some of the symbolism present.

Rango is a lizard, reptilian. As something of a "regular guy" protagonist, we, the audience are naturally going to come to identify with him and establish some degree of bonding. Think about that in the context of the reptilian serpent-dragon Satan and his Beast son and the mark of the beast ploy. Rango is specifically a chameleon. The most notable thing about a chameleon is that they adapt, change, they transform. Are you seeing the implications in the choice of creature for this role?

Rango's tail is pictured forming a spiral, the Fibonacci sequence spiral of life. As a symbol, this has been demonstrated at length (Mike Hoggard - Jesus Christ DNA & the Holy Bible) to reference the body as the scroll of the book of life and its coiled spiraling DNA. The floral print shirt expands on this theme through the flower as symbolic of fertility and sexual reproduction. The white on red represents the life of the flesh of Adamic mankind infused with divine life. The gun (phallic) belt filled with bullets (seed) is looped around his loins. Rango is the picture of a transformation waiting for a place and time to happen.

The clock and bell tower you see next to Rango presents a couple of Satan's synergistic Mystery Babylon pharmakeia-sorcery schemes about which I've written at length on both this blog and theopenscroll.com. In short, the clock serves to disassociate us from the times and seasons of the Creator and thereby from the Creator Himself, regulating our lives according to an artificial or synthetic construct that substitutes as a simulation that intends to serve the counterfeiter's purposes. (The Gregorian Calendar and every non- "Lord's calendar" version does the same. Gregori = Watcher) The bell is an object whose sound facilitates trans-dimensional travel and brings controlling influences triggering changes in thought and social behavior and even in our bodies' DNA.

The tower resembles an obelisk, presenting the ancient sex magick of the male member of Osiris that mates with the town's womb of Isis according to the action of the sun's and moon's cyclic motions. The womb of Isis is an urn/womb shaped water tower that topples over onto the feared red-tailed hawk. The result of that incident? The hero is born.

Rango is in a town named Dirt. The occupants of Dirt represent those descended from Adam because Adam was formed of the dust of the ground, dirt. The name "Adam" interpreted means "red earth."

I don't know the chameleon's "real" or former name but we're shown how he took for himself the name "Rango" from "Durango." As a place name, "Durango" originates from the Basque word "Urango," meaning, "water town." That's appropriate enough, given the focus on water in the town and with the Rango character.

When you associate one place name with another you put Dirt together with Water Town and get mud, or, clay. Got dirt? Want clay? Just add water! Water represents life to the dust man. DNA is itself mostly hydrous, water.

Consider how that relates to what "Durango" means as a male person's name, "Strong." The protagonist Rango took only part of the name "Durango," so, in a parable, he is identified as being partly strong. By this, we should infer a sly reference to the condition prophesied in the book of Daniel.

40) Then there will be a fourth kingdom as strong as iron; inasmuch as iron crushes and shatters all things, so, like iron that breaks in pieces, it will crush and break all these in pieces.
41) In that you saw the feet and toes, partly of potter’s clay and partly of iron, it will be a divided kingdom; but it will have in it the toughness of iron, inasmuch as you saw the iron mixed with common clay.
42) As the toes of the feet were partly of iron and partly of pottery, so some of the kingdom will be strong and part of it will be brittle.
43) And in that you saw the iron mixed with common clay, they will combine with one another in the seed of men; but they will not adhere to one another, even as iron does not combine with pottery.
Daniel 2:40-43

The iron mixed with clay, combined with one another in the seed (genetics) of men aptly describes a third strand of DNA being added to Adam-kind's existing two in the last days. The chameleon Rango, as partly strong, is presented as a witness to this transformation!

DNA is hydrous, mostly water. The quest is about water on the tangible level of the movie. It's water that the town craves and finally gets through Rango's heroic deed as he completes the sacred quest and fulfills his destiny. When he does, from where does this water come? Las Vegas. Sin City. The DNA is sourced from Sin City. It comes from the "other side of the road," which is beyond this realm, as explained in the following exchange. A nine-banded armadillo (voiced by Alfred Molina) plays the role of mentor and is something of a spirit guide.

Armadillo: "I must get to the other side." ... "This is my quest. He waits for me."
Rango: "Who?"
Armadillo: "The Spirit of the West, amigo. The one! They say he rides an alabaster carriage with golden guardians to protect him."
Rango: "What are you talking about?"
Armadillo: "Enlightenment. We are nothing without it." ... "The path to knowledge is fraught with consequences." ... "In order to find water you must first find dirt."

Did you get what the armadillo said? Does that require any interpretation? That this guide on the quest is a nine-banded armadillo tags this unclean beast with the single digit number for the mark of the beast DNA transformation. Do we get that this is all about attaining enlightenment and gnosis through Eye of Horus illumination?

This quest to enter beyond the veil for the acquisition of illumination and gnosis is the quest for the legendary holy grail! This is confirmed by the "golden guardians" pictured in "The One's" "alabaster carriage" later in the movie. In the basket of the white golf cart we see five golden statuettes, each a version of the Academy Award statuette, Oscars. In the industry whose insiders are catered to in this movie, these represent the coveted recognition of their achievements. They are their particular idols. As golden men holding up a sun wheel these graven images represent Apollo and the supporting gods of his kind. The official explanation of the real Oscar statue gives us a grail quest connection!

"Design: A knight holding a crusader’s sword, standing on a reel of film. The film reel features five spokes, signifying the five original branches of the Academy (actors, directors, producers, technicians and writers)." (Oscars.org) Their explanation is a blind, offering some truth but covering the real meaning. I believe Oscar represents the crusader who has sought and attained the holy grail, the sword, or spear of destiny, or what it ultimately represents for all crusading knights. It is the becoming of a god in the image of Apollo. It is the attainment of Eye of Horus illumination, the Beast transformation. When someone stands upon something, what they stand upon is what they have taken dominion over. Because the number five is a very consistent symbol representing everyone in the world, the Oscar signifies world domination, achieved by a crusader on the quest as one who has taken possession of the spear of destiny. The symbol of the golden crusader standing on the five spokes of the film reel speaks further as a five pointed star, signifying the dominion of spirit over the four elements of earth, air, fire and water. The film reel itself represents the means of securing this dominion, through the medium of film that enchants through demonically crafted imagery. This is a witness to the leveraging of idolatry as they prey upon those who are in disobedience to the Creator through willingness to break the second commandment.

Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws." (Confucius) His expression is still valid from a certain perspective.

Rango the reptile is presented as the deliverer (Moses, who brings forth water in the desert wilderness), a Messianic savior, the hero who saves Dirtonians. He's eloquent and apparently intelligent and well educated, but yet he's naive and prone to living a life of self-indulgent fantasy. Throughout the movie we see his character on display, which is anything but admirable and altruistic. He is selfish, pretentious, abusive boastful and proud, a fraud and a thief. Rango models the Antichrist.

So, what about those other images in the collections? Forthcoming... Lord willing.

1 comment:

  1. The individual syllables of Oscars is also telling.
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    I suppose they are directing V-Wership's energies to fortify their plans ends.