Saturday, December 10, 2011

Plan 9 from Outer Space

When I visited the Zombie Museum at the Monroeville Mall a few weeks ago, I noticed a poster on the wall featuring the movie titled, Plan 9 from Outer Space. I suspected a movie with the number 9 in the title that featured zombies would have more content on the theme of 9. When I watched it, I was not disappointed!

Since I learned the secret of the number nine I've become aware of its use as a signal in many places. Nine is the single digit number that refers to the mark of the beast genetic transformation. Nine is the product of three times three. The Masonic ritual (associated with the Royal Arch degree) called "three times three" models triple helix DNA. With three being the resurrection number it's easily seen that three times three speaks of a triple helix resurrection.

Here's the blurb printed on the Netflix DVD sleeve I received with Plan 9 from Outer Space.

“After the embarrassing failure of the first eight plans, a group of evil aliens enacts plan nine -- resurrecting the dead to take over the Earth.”

“Bela Lugosi makes his final film appearance -- along with Vampira, Tor Johnson, Criswell and a chiropractor acquaintance of director Ed Wood -- in one of the most popular cult classics of the 20th century, a two-time winner of the Golden Turkey Award for Worst Film and Worst Director of all time.”

By any standard, the film falls far below par. Because it fails on every conceivable level, the experience of watching is entertaining for those who find humor in being able to see the string holding up the flying saucer. Like me. :) The acting, set, script, narrative, music, plot, editing, scene continuity, etc. are just as bad as the special effects. What makes this unintended comedy worthy of note is what makes the Cthulhu mythos (H.P. Lovecraft) films notable: These are independent witnesses testifying of the devil's agenda as the Beast and his mark are dramatically and graphically illustrated.

Even the liner notes suggest that Plan 9 is the Beast plan. The sons of god of Genesis 6 infamy are played as the group of evil aliens. The plot to take over the earth almost succeeded in Noah's day, until the Lord God brought judgment upon them. Their offspring, those accountable for the judgment, will be raised, revived as agents appointed to execute judgment in the earth. The plan for the future involves a triple helix DNA transformation that is a pseudo-resurrection. The mark of the Beast implementation will create a zombie army that is intended for use in taking over the Earth.

Here's the script of a very revealing conversation.

Alien Leader: What plan will you follow now?
Alien Commander: Plan 9. It's been absolutely impossible to work through these Earth creatures. Their soul is too controlled.
Alien Leader: Plan 9. Ahh yes. Plan 9 deals with the resurrection of the dead. Long distance electrodes shot into the pineal and pituitary glands of recent dead. Have you attempted any of this plan as yet?
Alien Commander: Yes, Excellency.
Alien Leader: How successful has it been?
Alien Commander: We have risen two so far. We will be just as successful on more.
Alien Leader: The living, they have no suspicion of your movements?
Alien Leader: Those who we take from the grave will lead the way for our other operations.
Alien Commander: Yes, Excellency.
Alien Woman: What do you think will be the next obstacle the Earth people will put in our way?
Alien Commander: Well, as long as they can think, we'll have our problems. But those whom we're using can not think. They are the dead, brought to a simulated life by our electrode guns. You know, its an interesting thing when you consider, the Earth people who can think are so frightened by those who cannot, the dead.

Note that the pineal gland is mentioned, the gland associated with the third eye, or Eye of Horus. The plot involves activation of this known biological dimensional portal. It involves those who are dead but have an animating force and carry out the will of another. What we should understand about the mark of the beast is that the one who receives it becomes a post-human, a beast. The life they had as a human is changed, which is to say that their soul is gone, sacrificed. They are then technically dead. The animating force received as a substitute makes them technically like a zombie, dead but with a similitude of life. The will of one so transformed passes away with their former soul, creating a robotic zombie slave to the Beast that will worship and serve its master as a soldier. A soldier = a soul die-er.Those who we take from the grave will lead the way for our other operations.

While you and I may be on to the evil gambit, the answer to what the leader asks, “The living, they have no suspicion of your movements?” is as the commander reported. The "living" are largely oblivious to the movements of those executing Plan 9. In the last exchange between the man and woman, it should be obvious how the obstacles aren't going to come from the dead who would be controlled but only from the living. Yes, the script is absurd, but take away from that how Plan 9 depends upon the failure of the living to think, who could and would put obstacles in the way. Like, you and I. As for me, I'm blowing the whistle on Plan 9. It's going to succeed anyhow, at least to the extent that it must, but some will be spared the fate that is to be cast into the lake of fire. All this will eventually play out the Sovereign God's glorious plan. Watch and see!

I've included a few screen captures to show you some of the visual imagery signaling details of the Beast plan 9. The belt worn by the commander has images of bells alternating with what I must assume are pomegranates. This allusion to the fringe of the High Priest's garment speaks of this commander being in the role of the False Prophet. The message sent says this alien commander is not traveling between planets but rather between dimensions.

33) You shall make on its hem pomegranates of blue and purple and scarlet material, all around on its hem, and bells of gold between them all around:
34) a golden bell and a pomegranate, a golden bell and a pomegranate, all around on the hem of the robe.
35) It shall be on Aaron when he ministers; and its tinkling shall be heard when he enters and leaves the holy place before the LORD, so that he will not die.
Exodus 28:33-35

The design of the commander's belt testifies of the Plan 9 resurrection portal, his mission to raise the dead, making a zombie army of the people of Earth.

The insignia or mission patch on the uniform bears the female shape of an Egyptian hieroglyph. Inside it is the male emblem, the three-legged lightning bolt and obfuscated letter Z for Zeus, aka Satan and Lucifer. The Plan 9 mission is a reproductive scheme, achieved as by male-in-a-female sexual activity. It's the old Serpent+Eve=Cain plan, the “sons of god with the daughters of men producing giants” plan. It's the Beast and mark of the Beast plan. And, so it must be until the end appointed.

You can also see the insignia as the Sun coming over the horizon, the dawn of the returning Sun god in the power of Zeus.

The setting of the title scene appears several times during the movie. In it, the graveyard is featured. Palm trees are evident. The palm tree is a resurrection symbol, of victory over death, as I've pointed out in recent postings relating to Ash Wednesday and Palm Sunday. The graveyard is the place of the dead. The palm trees in the graveyard signal Plan 9's plot to raise the dead.

According to the movie's plot, if any sense is to be made of it, the glow of the backlit tree seems to be implying the presence of the flying saucer as the source of the light. Symbolically, with the palm trees present, this setting speaks of the garden of Eden. The illuminated tree represents the tree of knowledge of good and evil, of illumination and gnosis. "Ye shall be as gods," according to the false promise delivered to Eve by the serpent in the garden.

And so goes the promise today. Same lie. Plan 9 from Outer Space is a cheesy vehicle, but it still delivers. “The living, they have no suspicion of your movements?” Yeah. Pretty much.

This Ed Wood turkey from 1958 is definitely signaling and advancing the mark of the beast transformation. While Ed Wood's practice of flying by the seat of his pants while making the movie makes it seem fairly unlikely that he actually planned and executed anything with depth, his activity was surely guided by an unseen power.

Attesting to the unnatural lift, Plan 9 enjoys such an unlikely status today that many are prompted to ask how this can be. The DVD I watched contained extras, interviews relating to the film. Maila Nurmi (Vampira) offered her insight.

"A sociologist or historian no matter how gifted probably couldn't discern scientifically why Ed Wood's film, why Plan 9 from Outer Space has reached this cult status. I think it may be scientifically impossible to find a cut and dried reason. But the nearest thing to a reason, it seems to me, is that Ed Wood was one of the chosen. It was Karmic. It was his destiny. Simply that. Unreasonable as it may sound, it was his destiny to live this episode, right? And we, wittingly or unwittingly, are his disciples.”

I wouldn't disagree, although I could embellish somewhat. Some of the things Vampira said during the interview raised my curiousity about what she might reveal in speech reversals. When she says the movie title, “Plan 9 from Outer Space,” what I hear is this: “See, it genome plan, that.” Listen to it for yourself. She knew things.

Plan 9 has been around for a long time, from 1958 and earlier, going way back - way, way back in time. The Outer Space aliens are about to accomplish Plan 9's objective of raising the dead and taking over the Earth with mind controlled zombies. They won't be wearing cheesy uniforms, the flying saucers won't be bobbing on strings and no one's going to be howling with laughter when they implement the plan.


  1. Hi Bob,

    A good "Two Thumbs Up" movie to watch for a few laughs
    is "Ed Wood" played by Johnny Depp. Also starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia Arquette, Bill Murry, and Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi.


  2. P. S. Siskel and Ebert said, "Two BIG Thumbs Up!"