There is a persistent theme in the entertainment industry of aliens, extraterrestrials, and UFOs. This includes superstars who claim they are from another planet and sexual overtones of women as alien goddesses. This subject is fascinating because it invokes so many emotions (e.g. fear, wonder, etc.) and this invocation is done on purpose (conspiracy theorists believe). This purpose is to lead and manipulate us as a means to an end for humanity.
There are two approaches for this alien agenda. The most plausible theory I’ve read is Bill Cooper’s theory that an alien threat will be presented to us in order for us to relinquish powers over to a one-world government as the only way of combating this extraterrestrial force. If you want to take another angle (the benevolent path), you could also argue that the entertainment industry is buttering us up to the concept of aliens so that when the Illuminati-reptilian-aliens reveal themselves we won’t persecute or fear them, but rather admire and respect them.
Let’s take a look at a few examples, predominantly from the music industry (because the film industry is pretty self-evident with anxiety-inducing films such as Alien, Independence Day, and War of the Worlds).
One of my favorite musicians is David Bowie, and he was one of the first to introduce conceptual rock with his Ziggy Stardust persona. This character was about this alter-ego of Bowie’s who was an alien that came to earth to spread the gospel of sexual promiscuity, drug use, and the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle; which are all tied into peace and love somehow. Not only does this example show us a rock star who claims to be extraterrestrial, but he also features Illuminati symbolism with the lightning bolt over one eye, which is the commonly seen All Seeing Eye of Horus symbolism:
Most modern pop stars acknowledge Bowie as an inspiration in one way or another, but one oddity is that Lady Gaga called him “an alien prince“:
“He’s sort of like an alien prince. He still runs my universe as well, like, every morning I wake up and I think, ‘What would Bowie do?’ “
Ziggy Stardust was also an androgynous character, which is what the Dogon tribe of Mali (as seen on Ancient Aliens) believes the Nommo-fish people were (technically hermaphroditic). These fish-people were the deities that can loosely be tied into this reptilian Illuminati bloodline. These Nommo-fish people (and Starbucks) were also portrayed in the symbolism of Florence + The Machine’s Spectrum music video.
Bowie also had a popular theme of astronauts/spacemen with songs such asStarman and Major Tom. The song Major Tom was emulated by various other artists, including Elton John with his Rocket Man and is even referenced in the film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Is it too paranoid to point out that one of the film’s promo images shows Ben Stiller covering up one of the eyes (giving us the All Seeing Eye symbolism again):
The band KISS (rumored to stand for Knights In Satan’s Service) had characters/alter egos named Starchild, Space Ace, and The Demon. Ironic that they would have a demon in the mix with the alien characters… Anyhow, Paul Stanley (Starchild) had the star strategically placed over his right eye; again giving us the Aleister Crowley All Seeing Eye:
Moving on to more modern pop music, Katy Perry has a track called E.T. that features Kanye West and it talks about making love to an alien who could be a demon:
You’re so hypnotizing
Could you be the devil?
Could you be an angel?
You’re from a whole ‘nother world
A different dimension
You open my eyes
And I’m ready to go
Lead me into the light
Notice how the lyrics talk about leading her into the light (which is a reference to the Illuminati, aka “illuminated ones”) and also the “opening of her eyes” (referencing her All Seeing Eye, or pineal gland that the ancient Egyptians talked about).
Kanye West even gets explicit on how he will have sex on her and then control her (think MK ULTRA and ritual abuse of the Illuminati goddess):
Tell me what’s next? Alien sex.
Imma disrobe you
Then Imma probe you
See I’ve abducted you
So I’ll tell you what to do
I tell you what to do (what to do, what to do)
Britney Spears has a track called Alien on her Britney Jean album where she implies that she has an alien lover who lets her know she’s not alone. She also references a ‘light in your eyes’ which references the Illuminati (illuminated ones) and the All Seeing Eye:
But the stars in the sky look like home, take me home
And the light in your eyes lets me know I’m not alone
Lil Wayne is always talking about how he’s a Martian and not from this planet. His song Phone Home from Tha Carter III is all about this:
We are not the same I am a martian
And they can’t get on my system ’cause my system is the solar
I am so far from the outhers, I mean others
I could eat them for supper, get in my spaceship and hover, hover
He drops similar lines in a whole lot of his songs, and he has an entire album called I Am Not a Human Being (actually he has two because there is a part two which has a Project MONARCH butterfly [*Correction: I’m a dumbass, that’s totally a moth and not a butterfly] on the cover which was designed by Kanye West).
Miley Cyrus has a cameo as a nude alien in the rapper Future’s music videoReal and True as well. She is portrayed as this “sexy” extraterrestrial (and I put the quotations around “sexy” because that is a subjective term).
The rapper that James Franco’ portrays in Spring Breakers goes by the name of Alien as well, and we all know that Franco has more than his fair share of occult and Illuminati symbolism.
Scarlet Johansson, continuously labeled one of the world’s sexiest women will be in a film this April called Under the Skin and she plays a sexy alien who picks up hitchhikers. The internet was going nuts for the past few months because she is rumored to appear nude in the film. There is a film review of the Under the Skin and it alludes to somewhat of a support of this article (sexualizing aliens and then devouring mankind). Here’s Independent.co.uk:
We know that Johansson’s alien girl preys on humans but we are not told why. Are the aliens starving and coming to earth to harvest humans because of their hunger, or do they regard human flesh as a delicacy? Why do they only go after men? A deliberately enigmatic film refuses to answer such questions.
Under the Skin has a spectacular, Stanley Kubrick-like overture in which we see Johansson come to earth. From a dot in the extreme distance, Glazer cuts to a huge close-up of a brown eyeball.
Ah; did you see that in the last sentence: we’ll get to see a closeup of the All Seeing Eye (see Aleister Crowley symbolism)? We’ve already seen a shot of this in the promo ads:
Basketball player ‘Metta World Peace’ (for all of you non-jocks out there like myself; that is his real name) was asked about the Knicks’ mood in the locker room and he responded by claiming he was an alien. From BleacherReport.com:
“I’m not a player, I’m an alien.”I don’t focus on anything else. Aliens only want to win championships. That’s it. Injuries is not a focus. Trade talk is not a focus. Nothing is a focus. Gluten-free pasta is not a focus, which I would rather have gluten-free pasta. Hey, if I have to have regular pasta. It is what it is. I’m still going to try to win a championship. Nothing will distract me from my focus, my galactic mind.
I did a very brief and rough analysis of the number of films with aliens and/or alien themes since the first sci-fi film about space A Trip to Mars from 1918. I’ll also go ahead and note that it was a Danish film and the next sci-fi film produced by Denmark was Reptilicus which was about an ancient reptilian dragon that attacks Earth after we awaken it from its slumber. To get back to this analysis of mine; I originally intended to create a list of every film with the alien theme, but this task became daunting very quickly. Instead, I cruised over to Wikipedia and used the films they listed in their post about List of films featuring extraterrestrials and used it as the set of data. I’m sure this list isn’t exhaustive, but it’s just a quick and dirty way of taking a look at the main objective. This main objective is to show that the entertainment industry is continually and persistently giving us examples of aliens and UFOs as a form of predictive programming. This predictive programming is discussed more clearly in my book A Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory: The Illuminati, Ancient Aliens, and Pop Culture:
There are many films that can be considered examples of Illuminati predictive programming. The term “predictive programming” is one that means that the film shows us something in order for our minds to become capable of accepting such an event in the future. It’s similar to the idea of the Native Americans not being able to recognize European ships as they came to shore, because they had no concept of such a thing. The best way to deliver a message is through a methodical process where you: 1. Tell the audience what you’re going to tell them, 2. Tell them, and 3. Tell them what you just told them. The entertainment industry wants us to accept the possibility that all of these awful futuristic events can occur, so that we are more accepting of it.
If you take a look at the black trendline I’ve added, you can see that the trend is increasing exponentially. The film industry is in fact providing more films based on aliens and extraterrestrials. Is this to support predictive programming? Perhaps. Like I said earlier, this was just a quick and dirty way of taking a look at what’s going on.
If you want to read an interesting scholarly article you can read Ken McLeod’s Space oddities: aliens, futurism and meaning in popular music for another look at the industry, with examples that include Michael Jackson’s moonwalk and George Clinton’s Afro-futurism of P-Funk (which is very similar to that Nuwaubian Nation of Ancient Egyptian and extraterrestrial themes).
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