Please note that this blog is a work in progress. I am posting it now because I feel that it is a story that needs to be told. But I will be returning to it in due course to fine-tune certain parts and ensure that it is completed to the level it needs to be completed to.
A small amount of text is taken directly from previous articles and will be edited in due course. Specific credits go to Rob Ager for some of the Dr Strangelove breakdown. Other credits can be found in the sources at the end of this blog.
Now as most of you will all know by now, Stanley Kubrick was an intensely meticulous filmmaker, who for 50 years produced some of the most noteworthy films in the entertainment industry. Many of which are said to contain multiple elements of occult symbology, foreshadowing, and pre-programming.
Most people believe that his films were made without accidents, and that everything had some kind of underlying significance. If you do enough research online, you will find multiple theories about his work, some of which seem far-fetched whilst others definitely seem to hold weight. Could so much apparent symbology happen purely by chance?
To add a further element of mystery to his story, he rarely granted interviews and was out of the public spotlight for decades. Due to keeping out of the publics eye so much, people started to ask questions: why was he so secretive?
He also stated explicitly that his films such as 2001: A Space Odyssey have multiple layers of meaning beyond the superficial. This of course led many to believe that Kubrick was not just producing films for the audience to enjoy at a surface level, but was producing films with deeper hidden meanings, many of which could be quite easily linked to a variety of conspiracy theories, whilst also containing the apparent symbology of certain secret societies.
In this post I will break down all of Kubrick’s films and the main elements of symbology within those films. There is honestly a books-worth, in fact, a series of books-worth of possible symbology in his films, but for the purpose of keeping this brief and maintaining my own sanity (if that’s possible!) I will try to keep it as brief as I can.
Get your swimming goggles on folks, ‘cos it’s about to get deep:
Below is a list of all Kubrick’s films, in chronological order:
So, I will proceed to break down his career in chronological format. Starting with:
Fear and Desire (1952) & Killers Kiss (1955)
Kubrick’s first 2 films were Fear and Desire and Killers Kiss – these were short films made on shoestring budgets which do not have any clear symbolism hidden within them (although, trust me – people have tried). It would be fair to assume this is because they were not made by large production companies and so he had not yet transitioned to ‘the other side’. The first was made by a small production team of just 15 people, and the second was produced by a very small production company called Minotaur Productions. After these 2 small films, he produced his first major Hollywood film, The Killing, for the huge production and distribution company, United Artists, in 1956. I expect this is when the cabal started to take interest in Kubrick, and possibly had started to influence him, realising that if he was to have his integrity compromised, they could turn his life and apparent mastery into their own – pulling him deep into a life of Cabal secrecy and occult involvement for the benefit of the elite.
Sounds crazy, I know. But stick with me on this…
The Killing (1956)
His first major Hollywood feature, The Killing, would definitely suggest this. If we analyse the film at a deeper level, it seems that the film is about to parallel Kubrick’s subsequent life as a metaphor, almost as though Kubrick himself was foreshadowing his own future career of hiding symbology and messages within his coming works for the Cabal – ultimately appearing as an honest man on the outside but acting as a criminal behind the scenes. Allow me to explain further..
The film features a man, Jonny Clay, who appears like any other man, but who is secretly a criminal, who arranges elaborate heists so that he can obtain vast sums of money from the public and use them for his own gains.
Early on in the film, Jonny’s friend says:
“You know, I often thought that the gangster and the artist are the same in the eyes of the masses. They’re admired and hero-worshipped, but there is always present an underlying wish to see them destroyed at the peak of their glory” – this could very easily be said to parallel the final episode of Kubrick’s life, when he released Eyes Wide Shut, and many people, after years of suspicion, became utterly convinced that he was deeply involved with the Cabal.
Also, during the film, we realise that Jonny Clay actually wants to be normal; he wants to have a peaceful life, but at the same time, he doesn’t want to destroy his sense of individuality that he has been cultivating during his life of crime. Again, this could also parallel Kubrick’s later life. As many have theorised, later on in life, he wanted ‘out’, and to become ‘normal’. To continue living his life as a recluse but with true peace rather than a tainted one. But his sense of individuality as a director and presence within the Cabal meant that he was never going to be able to live a ‘normal’ life ever again.
So to recap, the film is about Jonny Clay (Stanley Kubrick) who appears to be an honest man in the eyes of the public, but then he puts on a mask and becomes a criminal for his own selfish purposes. Or of course, perhaps he was simply compromised, maybe the Cabal had something on him. It’s impossible to know for sure. It could also be said that the ‘Clay’ in Jonny’s name is a reference to how the Cabal are about to mould and shape Kubrick into exactly what they want him to be…
Paths of Glory (1957)
Kubrick then directed two Hollywood films starring Kirk Douglas: Paths of Glory (1957) and Spartacus (1960). The first, Paths of Glory seems to be Kubrick’s last moment of true humanity before possibly being ‘bought’ by the Cabal. It is an anti-war film which explores the perilous complications involved in what nations demand of their soldiers during wartime. It is anything but ritualistic in any way, and is in fact probably one of the most sentimental and moral-based war films ever made. Paradoxically, it could be said that Kubrick was just a ‘soldier’ or a ‘pawn’ about to be used on the grand chess board of the Cabal. And this film was his last opportunity to use the platform of cinema to transmit his deep inner-sense of humanity to the masses before being compromised by the Cabal.
Now, before we go any further. I think that it is very possible that Stanleys new friend, Kirk Douglas, was instrumental in the compromisation of Kubrick. Why? Because as many people have hypothesised in the past, Kirk Douglas was very likely a member of the Cabal. First of all, let me introduce you to Cameron Douglas, Kirk’s grandson:
Here is Cameron Douglas – notice the tattoo on his abdomen. It features the Illuminati logo (pyramid with the all-seeing eye) with the word ‘TIMELESS’ – and then above, in the rays of the ‘illuminated’ light, you can see Michael Douglas on the right and Kirk Douglas on the left… quite a strange tattoo to have, unless of course it has some deeper meaning – such as your father and grandfather being members of such a society.
I believe that during the filming of Paths of Glory, Kirk Douglas was able to convince Stanley Kubrick to join the cabal. Now, you may think this is crazy, but let’s consider the title of the next film that Kubrick directs that features Kirk Douglas as the central character…
First of all, it’s important to note that a man called Johann Adam Weishaupt was a German philosopher, professor of civil law and later canon law, and also, wait for it: founder of the Illuminati.
The following text is taken directly from the Illuminati entry on Wikipedia which is a fact-checked article about the true Illuminati and their original foundation, started in the 18th Century:
“On 1 May 1776 Johann Adam Weishaupt founded the “Illuminati” in the Electorate of Bavaria. Initially Illumination was designated for a group of outstanding and enlightened individuals in the society. Indeed, the word was adapted from a Latin root, Iluminatus, which directly translates to “enlightened.” He also adopted the name of “Brother Spartacus” within the order.”
Yes, that’s right – the nickname of the founder of the Illuminati was quite literally SPARTACUS – the exact same name, and title, of the film.
The film itself is about revolution, (or rather lack thereof), and clearly reflects the decadence of the parasitical upper classes and the superior moral fibre of the slaves.. Spartacus’ (Kirk Douglas) even himself makes the defiant proclamation in the movie that “death is the only freedom a slave knows” … ring any bells?
Ok, so at this point it seems apparent that Kubrick has now been compromised by the Cabal and has transitioned to the ‘other side’. So, what elements would you expect his next film to entail?
So, onto Kubrick’s next film – Lolita. Which involves the attempted normalisation of child abuse and features the obvious subject matter of ‘justified’ paedophilia, which by now anyone who has spent 5 minutes looking into the elite and their doings, is clearly extremely prevalent.
The following text is taken directly from Wikipedia:
“In 1947, Humbert Humbert, a middle-aged European professor of English literature, travels to the United States to take a teaching position in New Hampshire. He rents a room in the home of widow Charlotte Haze, largely because he is sexually attracted to her 14-year-old daughter Dolores, also called “Lo“, whom he sees while touring the house. Obsessed from boyhood with girls of approximately her age (whom he calls “nymphets”), Humbert is immediately smitten with Lo and marries Charlotte only to be near her daughter.”
Heard enough? I won’t delve much further into the plotline because as you can imagine, it is far from tasteful.
It was within Lolita that Kubrick started using lions, tigers and bears to symbolise child abuse. Steven Spielberg started doing the same thing in his second film, The Sugarland Express. These symbols come from The Wizard of Oz – “lions, and tigers, and bears, oh My!” – metaphorically, the ‘dangerous animals’ we need to try our best to avoid in the ‘forest of life’.
The toy store at the end of Eyes Wide Shut could also be translated as being Kubrick’s symbolic toy store: Bears, Tigers, baby carriages, (Saturn Storm) cubes, pentagrams pointing up and down, “Stairs (stars) to all levels” so on and so forth….
As you can probably tell, there are many elements of child abuse and paedophilia coded within some of Kubricks work. And guess what? It all seems to start happening after he has secured a friendship with Kirk Douglas, who is very likely to have been part of the Cabal.. it seems likely at this point hat Kirk has completely corrupted Kubrick.
Ok, now, before we continue, it’s important to explain the relevance of Stanley Kubricks 7 diamonds which are hidden throughout all the following films after Lolita
So, you thought this post was crazy… well, It’s about to get much crazier. Brace yourselves….
Within all the following films after Lolita, Kubrick hides 7 diamonds within every film. They sometimes appear once, sometimes more. There are many theories as to what these 7 diamonds represent, but the theory I am about to propose is that due to his apparent affiliation with the Cabal, they have an occult relevance. Allow me to explain:
The significance of the 7 diamonds ties together symbology used by the Freemasons, the Illuminati and the Cabal. Who as I personally believe, are all part of the same entity.
First of all, let’s take a look at the Freemasons logo from which the cross-over of the ruler and the compass create a clear diamond shape:
We tend to see this diamond being shown as a hand sign by various celebrities in entertainment, see below:
It’s also important to note that there are many famous songs by certain artists who have been tied into various conspiracy theories throughout the previous years, also linked to the Freemasons, Illuminati and Cabal, all of whom have a song about diamonds:
“Shine bright like a diamond” – Rhianna
“Lucy in the sky with diamonds” – The Beatles
“Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” – Marilyn Monroe
“White Diamond” – Kylie Minogue
“Diamonds and Pearls” – Prince
“Diamond Heart” – Lady Gaga
“Shine On You Crazy Diamond” – Pink Floyd
So, why all the diamonds?
The diamond is a flat 2d prism silhouette, symbolic of a pyramid:
So as we can see here, the diamond is a symbolic representation of a prism, or more specifically: a pyramid
Obviously we already know the connection between the pyramid and the Illuminati ‘logo’, see below:
This image is also used on the Information Awareness Office logo:
The triangle, or pyramid, represents the 33 degrees of Freemasonry, and the highest point of the pyramid represents ‘the illuminated ones’ (Illuminati) – which is the highest level of Freemasonry. This level is where the Cabal reside. Below is an image which details the 33 levels from the lowest to highest points:
So now that we know the relevance of the diamond and it’s obvious symbolic relevance, let’s move onto the number 7 (the 7 diamonds)
The number 7 is an extremely significant number within Freemasonry:
The Number 7 Within Freemasonry:
Here is an exert taken from the official Freemasonry website, or more specifically, the symbolism section of the website:
Albert G. Mackey, in his Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry, writes two pages on the number seven, claiming : “Seven is a sacred number in Masonic symbolism.”1
But the point must be stressed that the number seven is not a “sacred” number in masonic ritual, it is a “significant” number. The sacredness or importance of the number seven in many belief systems, mythologies and cultures is recognized by knowledgeable Freemasons but the number itself is not specifically masonic.
Geometry was considered one of the seven noble or liberal arts and sciences, the others being Grammar, Rhetoric, Logic, Arithmetic, Music and Astronomy. In ancient Kemet, or Egypt, the number seven represented completion. Creation took place in seven time periods. There are seven colours in the rainbow, seven notes in a musical scale, seven days in a week, &c.
In Ancient Kemet, there were also seven cardinal principles/virtues of the Goddess Ma’at to achieve human perfectibility. These principles are Truth, Justice, Harmony, Balance, Order, Propriety, and Reciprocity.
In Freemasonry seven brethren are required to open or work a lodge: three Master Masons, two Fellowcraft and two Entered apprentice. While those fascinated by numerology will make much of the two rows of seven tassels found on most Master Mason aprons, this was an aesthetic choice made by regalia makers and has no masonic significance.
The number seven was said to be ‘perfect’ because it contained the numbers 3 and 4 — 3 and 4, the triangle and the square, the perfect figures — and was itself indivisible and could not be created by multiplication
Some freemasons will claim that together the seven officers represent how human consciousness works [the seven stages (or rather, levels) of consciousness]. They represent the co-ordinated parts connecting Man’s outer nature with his inmost Divine Principle. They provide the necessary channels for the various spiritual and material levels to maintain contact. This, like much hermetic and sacred teachings, is not fundamental to masonic teachings but should be of interest to all students of Freemasonry.”
To make the importance of the number 7 within Freemasonic symbology clear, I will break down the following:
Despite what the article above says, within Freemasonic attire and décor, you will find the number 7 constantly appear. As mentioned previously, below is a Freemasonic ‘apron’ – for which there are always 7 chains made of 7 links:
Now lets take a look at how many sections there are on the Freemasons logo:
And here is a brick engraving of the Freemasonic star, pointing out the number of sections, not often seen this side of the century but was originally used by the Freemasons since the very early days of their foundations:
Now that we understand the relevance of Stanley Kubricks 7 diamonds, let’s go through the following films and explain the foreshadowing and pre-programming hidden within all of the appropriate films, as well as the hidden messages and ‘winks’ – such as the 7 diamonds.
Dr Strangelove (1964)
Dr. Strangelove is a comedy about a commander of a U.S. Air Force Base, General Jack D. Ripper (obviously alluding to Jack the Ripper), who diverts his B-52 bombers from airborne alert to an attack on the Soviet Union with nuclear weapons. This threatens to set off a doomsday device which endangers all life on the surface of earth. Dr. Strangelove is a former Nazi and scientist, (suggesting he was recruited by the real-life Operation Paperclip, the US effort to recruit top German technical talent at the end of World War II).
Obviously this film was an attempt at instilling fear into the hearts and minds of people who watched it – not only did it focus solely on possible nuclear fallout between the U.S and USSR, but also pushed the concept of every living thing on planet earth dying within one fell swoop.
But more significantly within the film, there is a transmission code – ‘SRM114‘ – it’s important to note that later on in Kubrick’s career, in Clockwork Orange, Alex is injected with ‘Serum 114‘ – so Kubrick was trying to tell us something. But what? What is 114? Well, 114 just so happens to be the number of V-2 Rocket Makers that Wernher von Braun brought with him from Nazi Germany when he was recruited by Operation Paperclip. And who is Werner von Braun? Werner von Braun is the man who was known as ‘the father of NASA’ and also ‘the father of rockets’ – but wait for it because this is where it gets really interesting. Werner von Braun is the man who, when dying of cancer on his death bed, told Dr Carol Rosin that the last ‘card’ played by the elites would be the ‘alien card’ and that it is ‘all one big lie’ – long story short, Werner von Braun is one of the main reasons people believe in a coming fake alien invasion, or for some, more specifically – Project Blue Beam. (You can learn more about this in one of my earlier articles) – but the film was released in 1964, and Werner von Braun didn’t confess to Dr Carol Rosin until 1977… this clearly suggests that it’s possible Kubrick was fed highly classified information by the Cabal before the public had any idea that it even existed…
So now that we have brief understanding of the significance of this film and the symbology hidden within it, what about the 7 diamonds? Below is a screenshot taken on Jack D Rippers notepad early on in the film..
These 5 diamonds could be said to match the initial 5 diamonds shown in the diamond sequence in 2001:A Space Odyssey – so where are the other 2 diamonds? If you read the Dr Strangelove novel, which was rewritten in collaboration with Kubrick to ‘marry’ with the movie, on page 98 it explains, “on it, scribbled in bold letters was the phrase ‘purity of essence’ – around it were drawn weird birds, diamond shapes, triangles, and a number 7.” (Also note the specific mention of triangles)
On this notepad in the film, we see the number 7, lower down, here towards the left:
Kubrick also made sure that the war room was triangular in design and had a reflective polished floor. And what happens when you reflect a triangle?
In the film, there is a ‘recall code’ that needs to be ‘cracked’ by the bomber planes. The ‘recall code’ used within the film, is ‘POE’ – or ‘Purity of Essence’. Then earlier in the film, the ‘code’ used (purity of essence) is clearly mentioned whilst talking about the ‘diamonds’ and the ‘number 7”…
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
First of all, let’s make it perfectly clear that 2001:A Space Odyssey came out one year before the moon landing.
The most impressive part of the film was the scene set on the moon. Although it was shot in a studio, it looks even more realistic than the actual moon landings. Everything about it appears completely authentic. There was also no CGI, no computer-created effects. Everything is as it is seen – actual physical objects. There really was a space station and it really did turn; there really was a “lunar” surface, covered with rocks. Now, it would make complete sense that NASA, realising it could not actually put a man on the moon, would turn to Kubrick and ask him to ‘land’ those men on the moon for them. And so, 1 year after releasing 2001:A Space Odyssey, Kubrick directed another moon landing, except this time, it wasn’t just a film intended for entertainment, it was a hoax, intended to fool.
That of course, is just one possibility. The other possibility of course, was that the whole thing was already planned, and that 2001:A Space Odyssey was simply a foreshadowing of the fake moon landings which were to be staged the following year. Either way, it seems that Kubrick was trying to send us a ‘message’ one way or another, because within the film he hides his first set of 7 diamonds.
So now that we know the significance of the film, where are the 7 diamonds in 2001:A Space Odyssey?
The following scene first features the central 5 diamonds, followed by the 2 diamonds which appear afterwards from the left and right angles:
See how in this above image, the diamonds are not only diamonds but are octahedrons, quite literally, 2 prisms (or pyramids), one on top of the other…
And after a tonne of hunting, I have also found this below page, which is from The Making of Kubricks 2001 – notice half way down, the illustration of the diamond, made by 2 prisms:
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
First of all, it’s important to break down MKUltra quickly:
“Project MKUltra was an illegal human experimentation program designed and undertaken by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), intended to develop procedures and identify drugs that could be used in interrogations to weaken individuals and force confessions through brainwashing and psychological torture” ~ Wikipedia
In 1975, MKUltra was brought to public attention by the Church Committee. Then in 1977, a Freedom of Information Act request uncovered a cache of 20,000 documents relating to MKUltra, which led to Senate hearings. MKUltra was then fully declassified in July 2001.
So just to be clear, MKUltra started in 1953, but it wasn’t until 1975 that it was brought to public attention.
The film itself is based on the Anthony Burgess book of the same name, written in 1962. It was then adapted, produced and directed by Kubrick and released in 1971.
Due to the films obvious MKUltra techniques used on Alex, which in the film go by the pseudonym ‘the Ludovico technique,’ it makes you wonder, how did this book that was written in 1962 contain the mind control methods of MKUltra used by the CIA when at this point it was completely unknown?
Interestingly, one major conspiracy theory about the novel suggested that Burgess wasn’t the sole author of the book. According to Roger Lewis’ biography of Burgess, the biographer claimed to have met a secret service agent who told him that A Clockwork Orange was a joint effort between Burgess and the British Secret Service.
The man told Lewis that the book was about “the mind-control experimentation conducted by Dr. Ewen Cameron at the Allen Memorial Institute in Montreal, between 1957 and 1963, and the Remote Neural Monitoring facility that operated out of Fort George Meade. The CIA were funding controversial research programmes into electronic brain stimulation.”
The sources added: “They induced exhaustion and nightmares in patients; they put hoods or cones over people’s heads to broadcast voices directly into their brains; they irradiated the auditory cortex or inner ear. When patients had their own speech played back to them, incessantly, they went insane. There was a misuse of civilians in these covert operations, and intelligence on these devices remains classified.”
Below is a scan of the front page of the now officially declassified CIA documents regarding the MKUltra project:
Personally I find it unlikely that Clockwork Orange contained MKUltra techniques purely by chance. It seems unimaginable that this could happen, especially since the book ended up in Kubrick’s hands, with the request from his superiors (or much rather, the Cabal) to adapt it into a film.
Moving on, below is a clip from the film where Alex and his gang are drinking ‘Moloko’ – a milk that once mixed with certain drugs produces hallucinogenic effects. On the wall you can see names of the different milks, and they’re all named after different drugs. ‘Vellocet’ which is ‘Speed’ (amphetamine) in Latin, ‘Synthemesc’ which is synthetic mescaline, and ‘Drencrom’ = a pseudonym for ‘Andrenochrome’, a derivative of adrenaline, also said to be the drug which the Cabal use to achieve immortality – extracted from the blood of tortured children…
Why was this obscure choice of ‘drug’ used in the film and painted on the wall? Seems like a strange choice to make, especially since it was hardly known of in the public domain in 1971…
Also, in the film, we find a peculiar reference to 2001:A Space Odyssey. It’s important to note that Clockwork Orange was filmed between 2001:A Space Odyssey and The Shining. The relevance of this I will come to later.
In this below scene, Alex walks into the record store and taps his cane by the vinyl soundtrack to 2001:A Space Odyssey (circled) signifying it’s huge importance within his body of work..
So, where are the 7 diamonds in ClockWork Orange?
The below scene is a pan-shot from left to right that follows the woman in the red dress and purple wig. As the camera pans, it passes 7 diamonds, numbered below:
So now we move on, to Barry Lyndon.
Barry Lyndon (1975)
Ok, so in the first scene of Barry Lyndon, Barry and Lady Lyndon are playing cards. And what, perhaps, is the card to be held by Barry Lyndon as he plays his first card? Yes, you guessed it….
Now, the film Barry Lyndon (which Director Martin Scorsese has named as his favourite Kubrick film) doesn’t seem to refer to any conspiracy theories as such and no deeper meaning seems to be able to be pulled from the film. But it does have a strong reference to the Cabal. In the film, Barry Lyndon is trying to “join all the best people… the people about whom there are no question”. And then later in Eyes Wide Shut, Bill Hartford wears a mask based on Barry’s face to the secret-society ball.
It’s also relevant to point out that in this film Kubrick’s estranged (and now tragically unhinged) manic-depressive Scientologist daughter, Vivian, had a cameo in Barry Lyndon and 3 other Kubrick films: 2001:A Space Odyssey, The Shining, and Full Metal Jacket.
Right after the major time skip in the film, you see a girl in a crowd of people. She’s easy to pick out, she just looks different. She’s seen to the right of Lady Lyndon. Short, dark hair, white dress, big hat – this is Vivian Kubrick.
Vivian Kubrick also goes by the pseudonym Abigail Mead. What is Abigail Mead a perfect anagram of?
I am a big deal
Suggesting that her involvement in Kubrick’s films was much more than simply cameos, and that she possibly knows much more than she says she does…..
Ok ‘Abigail’, we believe you….
Now moving onto the next film, possibly the most discussed film regarding symbology within Kubrick’s works:
The Shining (1980)
The theory that symbology hidden within The Shining was Kubrick’s way of letting us know that he staged the moon landing are fairly well explored. The most detailed account can be found in the documentary Room 237. Below are the most relevant points that need to be addressed:
(1) Apollo 11 sweater. In the film, Danny wears an Apollo 11 sweater.
(2) Room 237. Room 237 represents the moon-landing stage where Kubrick supposedly worked—the moon is also about 237,000 miles from Earth. And the hotel that the film was made does not actually have a room 237 – so it was created purely for the purpose of the film. Why?
(3) Tang cans. Tang cans are a space food that are made for astronauts – these cans feature in the hotel’s pantry.
(4) Carpet Pattern. When Danny plays in the lobby, the carpet pattern matches that of Launch Pad 39A, from which the Apollo rocket took off.
There are many more points which have been discussed, which you can see in Room 237, a section of which you can find the sources of this post.
Now, onto the main actress in the film…
In 2016, Dr Phil interviewed the main actress from The Shining, Shelly Duval who unfortunately is suffering from mental health issues. But some of the things she said do seem to make you wonder how crazy she really is. Remember, this woman worked in Hollywood and appeared in many films. If anyone would know about people working within the Cabal, and didn’t have the ‘filter’ most celebrities have, she’d be the one. First of all, she makes a reference to a ‘moon mole’ on her shoulder – which I will make clear now, is not a medical or informal term for any type of mole at all. Her exact words were:
“If you so much as attempt to get my moon mole, I’ll f*cking kill you”
Here she is showing the ‘moon mole’ to Dr Phil:
Unrelated to The Shining specifically, but still worth mentioning, later on Shelly says “I don’t think Robin Williams is dead” to which Dr Phil replies “where do you think he is?” to which Shelly responds “shape-shifting…. he looks really good in some forms and in other forms he doesn’t”
Sounds like Shelly knows some ‘stuff.’
And of course, before we continue, 7 diamonds:
And here, within the sign for ‘The Gold Room’:
Full Metal Jacket (1987)
The are a lot of ways Full Metal Jacket could be analysed but personally I think it could easily be interpreted as being an allegory based on the complexities of society – Gunnary Sgt Hartman represents the government, and each character in the film represents the different types of people within said society:
Gomer Pyle – represents the outcasted people who are ridiculed for not ‘fitting in’ and are at constant risk of losing control and snapping.
Animal Mother – represents the people who reject all religious and moral principles in the belief that life is meaningless.
Joker – Joker represents the people who know how dark the world is but who manage to keep in high spirits regardless.
Rafterman – represents the people who started off relatively normal but who have been corrupted by the sickness of the world.
Snowball – represents the people who are constantly attacked and treated as second class citizens.
Crazy Earl – represents the people in society who are labelled ‘mentally unwell’ but who are actually saner than most.
Cowboy – represents the people in life who follow the rules and climb up the ‘ladder’ of society.
Lockhart – represents the people who ignore the truth and who carry on living in their bubble regardless of what they’re told.
But regardless of any of their positions in society, they are all submissive. They claim that they are all strong individuals, but they let the government continue to abuse them and take advantage of them. There is a reason for this – they could unite, and attack the problem, but they are all fighting their own wars, and to unite and attack Hartman not only seems impossible, but pointless, because they know that the government are not the problem. The problem are the puppet masters, or rather, the Cabal, who are untouchable..
Of course, at the end, Gomer Pyle kills Hartman, but he is still at the mercy of reality. He can kill Hartman, the sergeant, but he cannot kill his superiors (the Cabal) so his efforts to seek justice for the injustices he has experienced are misled, and ultimately he finds the same fate as the rest of us, lost, and at the mercy of the Cabal, seemingly forever.
And of course to finish, the 7 diamonds:
3 large ones and 4 smaller ones within each door:
And later on in the film we see one of the doors here, pictured on the left:
And finally, the most symbolic film of them all, and the final film before Kubrick passed away:
Eyes Wide Shut (1990)
First of all, let me point out that Kubrick died in March of 1999, and the film was released in July of 1999. So it was actually released 4 months after his death. If there was a time for Kubrick to die suspiciously, 4 months before the release of a film that completely exposed the Cabal would be it.
Within the film, there’s a vast array of symbolism in play, and when asked, he generally said he preferred viewers to find their own explanations. But for this film, no one needs to work out their own explanation. It is all hidden within plain sight. Well, in fact, it’s not even hidden. It’s just – there.
But – within the obvious symbology, there is also deeper hidden symbology within the film, too. And it all relates directly to the Freemasons and their occult practices. The amount of symbology within this film is actually colossal, and is impossible to condense for the purpose of this post. So here I will post a link to the most comprehensive article regarding Freemasonic symbology within Eyes Wide Shut online for you to take a look at when you have a weekend free (I have got permission from the poster of this blog who wishes to remain anonymous.)
And of course, the final 7 diamonds:
Towards the end, at 1:54:15 a pan-shot of the camera shows the doctor’s office and on the walls there are Christmas cards which have all been turned to a 45° angle to emulate the shape of diamonds. In the same shot, you can see a painting on the left, and in the very centre of the painting there is a large number 7:
And to finish:
Stanley Kubricks Death
As previously mentioned, Kubrick died 4 months before the release of Eyes Wide Shut.
Not only did he die, but he’d died by heart attack. A heart attack is one of the easiest deaths to cause. If you’re trying to kill someone without people knowing they were killed, a heart attack is the easiest way.
Now, I’m not saying that I know for sure that he was ‘offed’ by the Cabal. But given the nature of his career, the symbology within it, and the fact he died 4 months before the release of the biggest ever exposé of the Cabal released into popular culture, I don’t think it’s too absurd to suggest that something untoward happened here…
Personally I believe that the amount of apparent messages hidden within his films seem much too unlikely to just be random coincidences. When we consider the mountains of symbology and apparent ‘winks’ to the audience regarding conspiracy theories and occult symbolism, it definitely seems like a story was being told – a deeper untold story than the obvious stories at their surface level. Stories that simply needed to be told, but that couldn’t be told with blatantly obvious language. Stories that needed to be told in other ways. And those stories were the stories told by Kubrick.
Thanks for reading,
Cantona Lynx 1084
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Kubrick Wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Kubrick
Cameron Douglas tattoo https://www.vulture.com/2016/08/michael-douglass-son-cameron-has-weird-tattoos.html
Head of Illuminati https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Weishaupt
7 in Freemasonry https://www.freemasonry.bcy.ca/symbolism/seven.html
Rob Ager’s analysis https://www.youtube.com/@robag555
Clockwork Orange theory https://faroutmagazine.co.uk/a-clockwork-orange-conspiracy-theory/
Vivian Kubrick https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vivian_Kubrick
The Shining (Room 237) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAs8DK7AvHU
Shelly Duvall on Dr Phil (MSM) https://www.facebook.com/ETCanada/videos/shelley-duvall-on-dr-phil/1235347319845586/
Duvall on Dr Phil #2 (MSM) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYU5t620e_c
Eyes Wide Shut Freemasonic Breakdown https://33degreesofeyeswideshut.wordpress.com/