The Darkside & the Underworlds Dr Alim Bey

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Goetic Evocation

“The Devil has become a totally alien force, not to be assimilated but to be destroyed. We are not to recognize the evil in ourselves and consciously suppress it; rather, we are to deny that it is in us, insist that it lies somewhere outside us, and therefore strive for the perfection that will come when we have driven off its assaults. Whatever the merits of this theodicy, its psychological difficulties are manifest.”

Goetic Evocations: Theory and practice behind conjurations

Jeffrey Burton Russell, The Devil: Perceptions of Evil from Antiquity to Primitive Christianity (pg. 111)
Editorial Reviews
Review
“Russell is not only a conscientious historian, anxious to examine in texts, myths, legends, art and literature the persistence and transformation of a particular idea. He is also an introspective essayist who acknowledges his own continuing struggle to understand the nature and source of evil.”―Robert Coles, New York Times Book Review

“This is a serious work by a first-rate medievalist who has turned his eyes to antiquity in order to elucidate the sources of man’s experience of the evil one. The result is scholarly, readable, and comprehensive. . . . Russell’s notations are copious and impressive, attesting to the vast amount of research that has gone into this study. The text is richly illustrated with some fifty well-chosen plates. . . . An exceptionally lucid study and a major contribution to the field.”―Review of Books and Religion

“All readers . . . will be enriched and stimulated by this honestly presented biography of the Evil One. The Devil, in religious myth, personal vision, and mystical reality, offers invaluable material for reflection and meditation.”―Studia Mystica

“This fascinating story of ‘the Devil’ explores the concept and personification of evil (defined as ‘the infliction of pain on sentient beings’) from its ancient beginnings into New Testament times.”―Seventeenth Century News
–This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Book Description
This lively and learned book traces the history of the concept of evil from its beginnings in ancient times to the period of the New Testament. A remarkable work of synthesis, it draws upon a vast number of sources in addressing a major historical and philosophical problem over a broad span of time and in a number of diverse cultures, East and West. Jeffrey Burton Russell probes the roots of the idea of evil, treats the development of the idea in the Ancient Near East, and then examines the concept of the Devil as it was formed in late Judaism and early Christianity. Generously illustrated with fifty black-and-white photographs, this book will appeal to a wide range of readers, from specialists in religion, theology, sociology, history, psychology, anthropology, and philosophy to anyone with an interest in the demonic, the supernatural, and the question of good and evil. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

The Origin of Satan by Elaine Pagels
From the religious historian whose The Gnostic Gospels won both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award comes a dramatic interpretation of Satan and his role on the Christian tradition. With magisterial learning and the elan of a born storyteller, Pagels turns Satan’s story into an audacious exploration of Christianity’s shadow side, in which the gospel of love gives way to irrational hatreds that continue to haunt Christians and non-Christians alike.
GodDevilSatanBobby HemmittDr Alim Bey – Citi Hampton

 

The Devil: Perceptions of Evil from Antiquity to Primitive Christianity Hardcover – October, 1977
by Jeffrey Burton Russell
This lively and learned book traces the history of the concept of evil from its beginnings in ancient times to the period of the New Testament. A remarkable work of synthesis, it draws upon a vast number of sources in addressing a major historical and philosophical problem over a broad span of time and in a number of diverse cultures, East and West. Jeffrey Burton Russell probes the roots of the idea of evil, treats the development of the idea in the Ancient Near East, and then examines the concept of the Devil as it was formed in late Judaism and early Christianity. Generously illustrated with fifty black-and-white photographs, this book will appeal to a wide range of readers, from specialists in religion, theology, sociology, history, psychology, anthropology, and philosophy to anyone with an interest in the demonic, the supernatural, and the question of good and evil.

Source Bobby Hemmitt (The Prophet)
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Bobby+Hemmitt+%28The+Prophet%29
Warfare and Physical Reality
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8EmpK-E7rM&t=1867s
http://siriustimes.com/estore/395-bobby-hemmitt

The Origin of Satan Hardcover – May 30, 1995
From the religious historian whose The Gnostic Gospels won both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award comes a dramatic interpretation of Satan and his role on the Christian tradition. With magisterial learning and the elan of a born storyteller, Pagels turns Satan’s story into an audacious exploration of Christianity’s shadow side, in which the gospel of love gives way to irrational hatreds that continue to haunt Christians and non-Christians alike.

Deterrence 2000
The President of the United States must deal with an international military crisis while confined to a Colorado diner during a freak snowstorm

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider 2001
Video game adventurer Lara Croft comes to life in a movie where she races against time and villains to recover powerful ancient artifacts.
The film opens with Lara Croft (Angelina Jolie) in an Egyptian tomb, seeking a diamond at one end of a chamber. As she approaches she is attacked by a large robot. After an intense chase and battle, she disables it by ripping out its motivational circuits. She takes the diamond, which is revealed to be a memory card labeled “Lara’s Party Mix”, and inserts it into a laptop computer inside the robot, whereupon it plays music. Now it is revealed that the scene took place in a practice arena in her home, and that her assistant Bryce (Noah Taylor) programmed the robot, SIMON, to challenge her in combat.

It is the day of the first phase of a planetary alignment, culminating in a solar eclipse, which (in the film) happens once every 5,000 years. In Venice, the Illuminati search for a key to rejoin halves of “the triangle”, which must be done by the final phase of the alignment. Mr. Powell (Iain Glen), an Illuminati member, makes assurances that they are almost ready, but in reality he has no idea where to find the key.

Lara’s butler, James “Hilly” Hillary (Chris Barrie), tries to interest her in several projects; but she ignores them. May 15, as Hilly is aware, is the day that Lara’s father disappeared many years earlier. She has not recovered from his loss.

Later that night, Lara has a dream reminding her what her father said about the alignment and an object linked to it called the Triangle of Light. Waking, she is aware of a clock ticking. Searching for it, she discovers a secret chamber under the staircase with a carriage clock that had spontaneously begun ticking. Bryce probes it and discovers a strange device hidden inside the clock.

Since the device resembles a clock, Lara consults a clock expert friend of her father’s, Mr. Wilson (Leslie Phillips). She believes it is connected to the “Triangle of Light”, but Wilson disavows knowledge of the clock or the Triangle. Lara encounters Alex West (Daniel Craig), a fellow tomb raider with unscrupulous methods. They are attracted to each other, but Croft cannot abide his for-profit attitude. That night, Lara is contacted by Wilson, who tells her that he gave her name to a man named Manfred Powell in regards of the clock. In reality, Wilson is also a member of the Illuminati.

The next day, Lara sees Powell in his home, and shows him photographs of the clock. Later, while discussing it with Bryce, she points out that Powell was lying about his knowledge. That night, as Lara does a bungee ballet, armed commandos invade the house and steal the clock despite her attempts to fend them off.

The next morning, Lara receives a letter from her father, arranged to arrive after the beginning of the alignment, where he explains that the clock is the key to retrieve two halves of the mystic Triangle of Light, which is revealed to be an object of phenomenal destructive power that granted its wielder power over time and space. He says that it was made from a metal found in a meteor crater made by a meteor that had fallen to earth during a previous alignment. Initially housed in a city built in the meteor crater by those who worshiped the object, misuse of the Triangle’s power destroyed the city and so it was split into two halves; one was hidden in a tomb in Cambodia, the other half in the ruined city itself, in modern-day Siberia. Her father urges her to find and destroy both halves before the Illuminati can find it.

In Cambodia, West figures out part of the puzzle on how to retrieve the triangle half, but Lara manages to successfully grab the piece. Before everyone can leave, the liquid metal which came out with the piece brings the statues in the temple to life and attacks the team killing some members. Lara is left to fight off and destroy a huge six-armed guardian statue which is the last one to come to life. She successfully defeats it and leaves the temple by diving through a waterfall. She then travels to a Buddhist town where a young monk welcomes her. After a worship service, an aged monk who is the leader there gives Lara some tea and as they converse, he tells her that he knew her father before.

She and Powell arrange to meet in Venice, since each of them has what the other needs to finish the Triangle. Powell proposes a partnership to find the Triangle, and informs Lara that her father was a member of the Illuminati, which she vehemently denies. Though hesitant at first, she, along with Bryce, meets with Powell for the trip to Siberia. Inside the tomb, there is a giant model of the solar system, which activates as the alignment nears completion. Lara retrieves the last half of the Triangle, but when Powell tries to complete it, the halves will not fuse. He realizes that Lara knows the solution to the puzzle, and kills West in order to persuade her to complete the Triangle to save both West’s life and her father’s. Lara reluctantly complies, and they then struggle for control of the Triangle, with Lara prevailing.

Lara then finds herself in a strange alternate existence facing her father Lord Richard Croft (Jon Voight). He explains that it is a “crossing” of time and space, and urges her to destroy the Triangle instead of using it to save his life. She leaves her father and returns to the chamber, where time is slowly running backwards from the point where Powell killed West. Croft takes the knife he threw into West’s chest and reverses it, then destroys the Triangle, which returns time to its normal flow and directs the knife into Powell’s shoulder. The chamber begins to self-destruct, Everyone turns to leave, but Powell tells Croft that he killed her father and retrieved his pocket watch with a picture of Lara’s mother inside. Lara and Powell engage in a hand-to-hand fight. Lara kills him, retrieves it, and escapes as the chamber crumbles.

At the mansion, Hilly and Bryce are shocked to see Lara wearing a dress. She goes into the garden to her father’s memorial, then returns inside, where Bryce has a reprogrammed SIMON, ready to challenge Lara once again. Hillary reveals a silver tray holding Lara’s pistols, which she takes with a smile.

Epoch
A top-secret weapons specialist must unravel the secret behind a towering alien structure that appears suddenly, hovering above the earth.
Four billion years ago, before life had developed on Earth, a cosmic object fell in the seas of our planet. In modern times in the mountains of Bhutan, a huge artifact makes its way to the surface, producing a powerful electromagnetic pulse causing worldwide blackouts.

Alarmed by the electromagnetic phenomenon and under request of the government of Bhutan, the American NSA launches a military and scientific reconnaissance operation on site, led by Dr. K.C. Czaban (Stephanie Niznik) with the technical assistance of terminally ill engineer Mason Rand (David Keith), picked up on the Mexican border in time for the mission. The team finds the artifact suspended in the air and object of veneration from the natives, who call it the Torus and consider it a gift from the gods with extraordinary healing properties.

The US team enters the Torus, but an air strike by the Chinese Army against the artifact prompts an unexpected response from the object, which destroys two Chinese military planes and kidnaps a US soldier. Unsuccessful diplomatic negotiations escalate the tension in the area between Chinese and US armed forces, while inside the Torus the scientific team goes to the core of the huge machine. They discover how ancient the artifact is and speculate it could have been the spark of life on Earth, as well as the cause of multiple extinctions in the course of the eras. Fomented by NSA agent Allen Lysander (Ryan O’Neal), conflict explodes between the troops of the two factions and the Torus reacts, blanketing the planet with a thick cloud cover, evidently starting the process for a new mass extinction.

By Presidential order, the US soldiers plant a nuclear bomb inside the Torus to destroy it, and Czaban and Rand unsuccessfully try to deactivate the device to keep it from detonating. However, the Torus absorbs the blast and, seemingly satisfied by the extreme sacrifice attempted by the two scientists, ceases its actions, sheds its external shell and, in the form of an energy sphere, leaves Earth. Four months later, Rand, now cured after his exposure to Torus, receives from Czaban the news that she is pregnant, despite being sterile before their encounter with the alien artifact.

Wishmaster 1997
An evil genie, the Djinn (Andrew Divoff), escapes from an ancient statue and wreaks havoc in this horror film from director Robert Kurtzman.
Wishmaster is a 1997 American horror film directed by Robert Kurtzman. The film was executive produced by Wes Craven, and is the only film of the Wishmaster series with his name attached. The plot of concerns a djinn, a wish-granting, evil genie entity who is released from a jewel and seeks to capture the soul of the woman who discovered him, thereby opening a portal and freeing his fellow djinn to inhabit the earth.

A narrator (Angus Scrimm) explains that when “God breathed life into the universe…the light gave birth to Angels…the earth gave birth to man..the fire gave birth to the djinn, creatures condemned to dwell in the void between the worlds.” If a person wakes a djinn, that person will receive three wishes but the third wish will free legions of djinn on Earth. In 1127, the djinn (Andrew Divoff) asks a Persian emperor to make his second wish. When the emperor wishes to see wonders, the djinn uses his powers to torture and mutilate people in the palace. The emperor is horrified, but the djinn tells him to use his third wish to set things right. Before the emperor can make his third wish, Zoroaster (Ari Barak), a sorcerer, explains the consequences of the third wish and reveals a fire opal, which pulls the djinn inside and traps him.

In present-day America, Raymond Beaumont (Robert Englund) supervises workers lowering a box containing an antique statue of Ahura Mazda onto a ship. The worker (Joseph Pilato) who is operating the crane is drunk and drops the box, killing Beaumont’s assistant (Ted Raimi) and destroying the statue. A dockworker steals the fire opal from the rubble and pawns it. Eventually the jewel reaches Regal Auctioneers, where Nick Merritt (Chris Lemmon) instructs appraiser Alexandra “Alex” Amberson (Tammy Lauren) to examine it, which wakes the djinn. Alex sees something inside the jewel and leaves it with her close friend and colleague, Josh Aickman (Tony Crane), to analyze. As he is collecting data, the gem explodes, destroying the lab and releasing the djinn. Josh is killed, upon his wish for relief from his physical pain.

Alex tracks the gem to the statue which she tracks to Beaumont, who sends Alex to visit Wendy Derleth (Jenny O’Hara), a folklore professor, who explains the history of the gem and the djinn. Later, Alex learns that the djinn needs to power the gem with human souls and then grant her three wishes before he can open the gateway to release the djinn on Earth. Meanwhile, the djinn takes the form of a dead man and uses the name Nathaniel Demerest. He grants wishes in exchange for souls while he searches for Alex. Each time the djinn grants a wish, Alex sees troubling visions. She consults Derleth, but realizes that she is talking to the djinn, who has killed Derleth and taken her form. The djinn confronts Alex and offers her three wishes, as well an extra “test” wish; she orders the djinn to kill itself. He shoots himself in the head with a gun but his wound heals instantly, revealing the djinn as an immortal. Using the first of the official three wishes, Alex wishes to know her opponent, the djinn. He teleports her to his world within the gem which terrifies her. She wishes herself back to her apartment, alone.

The Djinn had been threatening Alex’s sister, Shannon (Wendy Benson), so Alex hurries to a party Beaumont invited them to earlier. The djinn follows, again disguised as Nathaniel Demerest. When Beaumont wishes his party would be unforgettable, the djinn causes artwork to kill the guests. Eventually the djinn corners the sisters and attempts to scare Alex into making her third wish. Alex wishes the crane operator, Mickey Torelli, had not been drunk at work, undoing the events that followed and trapping the djinn in the fire opal again.

The now sober crane operator lowers the crate with no problems. Alex visits Josh—now alive again—who notices that Alex seems pleased with herself, though she does not explain why. Inside the jewel on the statue of Ahura Mazda—now in Beaumont’s private collection—the djinn waits on a throne, waiting to be released.

 

Guardian 2004
With a spate of violence that rocks the inner city, L.A.P.D. and ex-Marine John Kross investigates its cause: a new drug called Chaos. With help from his partner Carpenter, they delve into the mystery, only to discover a link between the drug and a terrifying supernatural power unleashed during the gulf war, witnessed by Kross twelve years ago. Now, Kross must race against time to stop the destruction, battle his own demons and come to grips with his destiny as he discovers that his reality has been mapped by a power much greater than himself.

Myths from Mesopotamia: Creation, the Flood, Gilgamesh, and Others (Oxford World’s Classics) Revised ed. Edition
by Stephanie Dalley
The ancient civilization of Mesopotamia thrived between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates over 4,000 years ago. The myths collected here, originally written in cuneiform on clay tablets, include parallels with the biblical stories of the Creation and the Flood, and the famous Epic of Gilgamesh, the tale of a man of great strength, whose heroic quest for immortality is dashed through one moment of weakness.

Recent developments in Akkadian grammar and lexicography mean that this new translation–complete with notes, a glossary of deities, place-names, and key terms, and illustrations of the mythical monsters featured in the text–will replace all other versions.

About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World’s Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford’s commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

Polaria: The Gift of the White Stone Paperback – September, 1996
by W. H. Muller
A study on the Tradition of the Hidden Pole underlying all myth and religion. A first-time, revealing investigation into the coded works of H.P. Lovecraft (America’s “secret alchemist”) and traditional Alchemy, Polaria is an exploration of the meaning behind meanings, a Book of Origins beginning where others end. It is a guide leading one out of the labyrinth of existence and the limitations of Space-Time. In true esoteric fashion, Polaria serves as a beacon to the spiritual depths of life.

 

The Black Goddess and the Unseen Real: Our Uncommon Senses and Their Common Sense Jun 1988
by Peter Redgrove
In this work, the author shows how we are surrounded by invisibles; forces which animals know but humans have come to ignore or only participate in unconsciously. These forces include electricity, magnetism and the deeper reaches of touch, smell, taste and sound.

Dictionary of Ancient Deities Jul 19, 2001
by Patricia Turner and Charles Russell Coulter
Nothing reveals more about a civilization than the gods and goddesses it worshipped. For thousands of years humans have fashioned stories about divine beings to explain their most mysterious, terrifying, and exalted experiences. Today the names of many of these deities have fallen into obscurity. The Dictionary of Ancient Deities brings these gods and goddesses back to light.

Here, in one superbly written volume, is every known divine being throughout recorded history, from Athena and Brahma to the evil demon king Ngworekara of the African Fan people and the Babylonian dream messenger Zaqar. With over 10,000 entries, The Dictionary of Ancient Deities is the most comprehensive reference of its kind, covering not only gods and goddesses, but also spirits, places, festivals, sacred texts and objects, heroes, monsters, demigods, and the plethora of fantastic mythical beasts that have populated the human imagination from time immemorial. The encyclopedia also includes many deities often missing from standard collections, notably from Inuit, Native American, and African cultures. Alphabetically arranged entries provide the name of each deity (with alternate spellings), followed by the tribe or culture that worshipped the deity. Most importantly, the entries–whether brief descriptions or longer essays–offer lucid and engaging explanations of the origins and functions of the god or goddess.

With a comprehensive index and an extensive bibliography, The Dictionary of Ancient Deities is the best choice for anyone intrigued by the rich pantheon of divine beings that have mirrored the human psyche and shaped our earliest civilizations.

 

Encyclopedia of Ancient Deities 2 vol set Reprint Edition
by Charles Russell Coulter
Throughout history, humans have pondered the question of their existence. In nearly every society, part of the answer has included some form of god or goddess. For the Mayans, one such deity was Ajtzak, who tried to create humans from wood; for the Yorubas of Africa, Shango controlled the thunder and lightning. The Chinese of the Shang dynasty era worshipped Shang Ti. Evil deities were also part of the answer, as in the case of the Kuvera, the Hindu chief of evil in the Vedic period, and Tu, the Persian or Islamic demon of fatal accidents. All of the known ancient gods, many heretofore obscure or known only from mythological literature, are included in this exhaustive reference work. The focus is on their origins, histories, and functions. The people who believed in each deity are identified, along with alternate names or spellings both old and modern. The descriptions that follow are of the functions, origins and physical nature of the deities. Extensive cross references are provided for alternate spellings and names.

The Rotting Goddess: The Origin of the Witch in Classical Antiquity Feb 1, 1998
by Jacob Rabinowitz
Witchcraft in antiquity, and particularly the Goddess Hekate, has never been seriously studied, but sidelined as an variety of magic, or as a purely literary phenomenon, or as identical to the much-later Salemists. Here, then, is the first complete and comprehensive study of the topic from the time of Homer to the Greek Magical Papyri (800 bc400 ad), examining the slow stages by which Hekate was demonized and the mythology of the evil witch arose, and how it was not until hundreds of years later that the actual practice of witchcraft developed.

 

Outside the Circles of TimeNov 20, 1980 | Import
by Kenneth Grant
Outside the Circles of Time is the fifth volume in the series of Grant’s Typhonian Trilogies. This is a work that covers an extremely wide area and exposes – to quote from the jacket of the 1980 edition – “a network more complex than was ever imagined: a network not unlike H.P. Lovecraft’s dark vision of sinister forces lurking at the rim of the universe”. Outside the Circles of Time explores a complex of such ideas, from Blavatsky’s Secret Doctrine, Crowley’s The Book of the Law, Lovecraft’s Necronomicon, and Frater Achad’s researches. It also explores the work of Soror Andahadna, a contemporary Priestess of Maat whose work has parallels with that of Frater Achad some decades previously when he announced the inauguration of the Aeon of Maat in 1948. On the more orthodox premise that each Aeon lasts 2,000 years, we are at the beginning of the Aeon of Horus, so the Aeon of Maat might appear a long way off yet. However, the following passage from Outside the Circles of Time puts the matter in a different light:

“Myths and legends are of the past, but Maat should not be thought of in terms of past or future aeons. Maat is present now for those who, knowing the ‘sacred alignments’ and the ‘Gateway of Inbetweenness’, experience the Word ever coming, ever emaning, from the Mouth, in the ever new and ever present forms that are continually being generated from the mystical Atu or House of Maat, the Ma-atu . . .”

GodDevilSatanBobby HemmittDr Alim Bey – Citi Hampton

GANTZ:O Movie

GANTZ:O Movie Currently trending on Netflix; in Japanese language. But doesn’t matter I can’t understand what the characters because it is a Super Fantastic visual movie. {Just found out you can put on English subtitles on Netflix. The English diologe is off/inaccurate just read the subtles} I can’t find the DVD on Amazon. All I found was this poster…GANTZ is not the same…GANTZ:O It is trending on Netflix right now. Catch it now before the window ends.

Watch it on a big screen. Has super fine detail. Regardless of the constant barrage of derogatory symbolism representing the ancient race (with black people representing the greatest symbol) this movie is Highly entertaining.

As said before in Movies, TV Shows, Commercials interpreted…  all the races on the planet have their own mythology of their battle with the ancient blood line…”The black blood line is most significant symbol and is literally connected to the precursor of every culture, language, race, country and continent around the entire world. In the beginning was blackness. Each mythology from every culture, language, race, country and continent attacks this blood line…Attack on the Titian’s…Suppression tactics are similar around the world most notably through various forms of cinematography…It is the flushing out, purging out, rooting out of this bloodline in ad nauseum repetition around the world throughout mythology and constant images of derogatoriness.” It is interesting to note Chang for his candid view of the black race…can you blame him he is speaking the truth. The visuals and cinematography 100% top notch. It is a Key movie to understanding the Dark Side (Darkside) application. Basically a monsteraztion of ancient energies and DNA. What connects the monsters is melanin. The hardest thing is to switch the roles of protagonists and villains. But this is what has to be done to make sense of the movie. All the nations of the planet are individually waging an innate war against their own ancient melanated energies using technology. Another way of looking at “The Purge” Movie Trilogy and also the movie Tron. The technology gets more advanced the deeper they go into the ancient past. Ancient masculine and feminine energies…In GANTZ:O there are monster head characters rolling around chasing after the protagonists…Some heads are Gigantic and and others are the size of a man. They get faster when they are trying to advance against the protagonists. Note inside the head are probably highly active pineal glads. They are not calcified. The more active the stronger the entity. This is a threat. There is a climactic scene where the oversexuallized monster grows into a giant and kills one of the fiercest warriors.

The black woman depicted as a “monster” generally has characteristics of a highly sexuallized nature note the movie The Purge, Election Year…Trying to stop the Goddess Ishtar deity energy from rising up. The intention is to vilify it and suppress her Kundalini manifestation. We have to remember that sexual kundalini energy is bad and it might be shunned or punished. What better way to get the point across then to infuse her character with monster like characteristics.

They were teleported to death scenes/war zones from the room by the large black dot machine.

Note first sound we hear from the Black dot in the room is a song about patriotism to the native country Japan. Once the song ends it speaks with a male and a female voice simultaneously (like a voice of many waters; KJV Bible 1:14) to share the warriors mission and/or objective.

Note the first warrior to be killed by getting is head blown off in a spiteful act of sport by the smallest most headstrong warrior (a foreshadowing of how the warriors would kill many of the monsters in the movie), is the one in the room that was the biggest, strongest, most aggressive, wearing a purple sweater (Purple color; stemming from ancient bloodline with black “hair like lambs wool …and… a voice of many waters (deep voice)” The moment he showed authority he was destroyed, executed and taken down before his confidence solidified…

Note the warriors exp-skeleton suite is black, protective, flexible, like skin armor. It changes form to protect against compression,  attack or impact. It also allows the warriors to be stronger, faster, jump higher. It also has blue lights on it at various points on the body.

Note the monsters head seen or detected like pin points on a map on a visual screen (when they are killed the pin point instantly goes away) connected to their are like in the Predator Movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger, are a devil zombie with horns holding a staff with whipping strands connected to it, fox head , turtle, bird, zombies, mythological creatures, blob tumor head, monster with eyes all over it’s body, etc…the last zombie to be killed by a warrior stabbing it in the head just before the plot pauses and all the zombie are dead in the danger so is something like a cross between a small warthog Chihuahua dog like head that heaves like a donkey or Zebra and speaks the same language of the warriors.

Note there is a sect or greater majority of the warriors that are extremely arrogant and drunken debauchery like reveling in their monster killing spree and pleasure in the hunt of the next monster. The first monster seen in a reverse scenario easily and swiftly killing the many warriors at once is a very fast snake monster with scorpion hands as swords and a head of an eagle zombie with long straight grey hair symbolizing the old American Civil powers or Kundalini energy ancient ones or stemming from the ancient blood line. To destroy this beast required the strongest hand gun devised which harnesses gravitational energy to crush the monster, splattering them into of blood (the snake to is got sliced off because it was out of the kill zone and was left flapping & thrashing around, symbolic the remnants of Kundalini energy left to fizzle out of energy; also note the point of view shot of the pool of blood and the scrapped body parts where and imagine of the extremely fast highly technologically advanced battle wheel slowly and unworriedly and victoriously rolls across the pool of blood to a cheering zone) almost instantaneously when the enter the kill range of the super gun. Scene jumps to the black dot in the middle of the room, almost as a prior memory of the old man and protagonist where he recalls and interprets another part of the mission/objective.  The super gun foreshadowing of the power of that powerful limited in quantity gun is later used at the end, most climatic part of the movie to represent the saving grace that catches the most powerful monster at unawares, killing it and saving the day…However after killing the Snake monster zombie beast the plot of movie pauses the killing spree to have a celebratory cheer among the arrogant warrior sect.

The male protagonist is tall and attractive yet, unwilling to face reality, reactive not battle at first; eases into intentional battle mode and operate out of extreme polarizing chivalry. This quality couple with his naivety makes from great suspense, shock, awe and drama as he ends up into all kinds of danger. Accompanied with him is a grandfather/father like warrior confidant who helps to easy him into the mindset of a warrior and ease away moral boundaries keeping the protagonist warrior from seeing the mission/objective clearly. He with with the protagonist until the old man shields the protagonist from being killed toward the end of the movie before the most power monster beast takes the old man’s life; triggering in the protagonist his expression of rage and vengeance to blindly confront the beast that has the capability to kill him with a flick of the finger.

The movie is still at a pause in danger as the old man, beautiful lady warrior talk about working together as a team and sticking together. The woman grabs him from darting off into a chivalrous reaction that could have gotten him kill to soon in the plot preventing him from following the crowd. At first he resist her with his ego but then calms down and listens to her after he looks into her eyes and is smitten with her feminine care. The old man gives maybe like some coin chip money to the protagonist to call is son later on in the film, give to maybe his family if he does not make it through the battle. The protagonist walks out of scene and a lady character leaning against a vehicle quietly hiding and listen in attack mode is visually introduced in a flash point of view scene shot.

The smallest spiteful most calm inquisitive character (whom has no blood on his body, clothes are pristine as if he had been sitting & peacefully quietly watching the other characters battle the monsters, who is not wearing a black exo-skeleton suite (at first site, it is just underneath his regular close) but a grey jacket with Black collar and brown pants who kills the guy with lambs hair wearing the purple shirt at the beginning of the movie in the mission receiving room) uses a technology only he has to go invisible to be undetected by the monsters. He can be heard and felt but not seen jumping on the three taxi’s as he scurries away in the opposite direction of the danger just in time before is about to come into the the vicinity of the protagonist and his group of warriors.

A rolling head in the middle of a wheel engulfed in flames of fire is next to be seen

scene count down timer on black dot before next portal occurs.

scene point of view shot on the horned devil monster head dead, mouth open and tongue hanging out of the mouth like a dead dog, on ground four spikes in the open third eye (one of the spikes is nailed into the eye lid with the spike continuing to the third eye; the arrogant warriors whom are having a peace time break at an outside restaurant toss two more spikes at the third eye making it a total of six spikes stabbed in the eye; They are also watching from a slight distance a monster chasing a civilian run for his life gets corner as is bashed in the head with a huge concrete hammer like object by the monster; once it is done demolishing the civilian to death the most arrogant comrades of the group blast the monster with his supergun to kill in after it has served its purpose of provided a sense of gory entertainment for their viewing pleasure) with the group of the other three…the four eyes below the open third eye are closed… the 6th eye on the top of the head is slightly open however it is rolling back concealing our view of the pupal. Once the warrior takes the last spike in his hand and throws it at the light above to turn it off the scene quickly shifts to his comrades who are enjoying the lunch break with him. Not much time later blood is splattered on the wall near them signifying the who was just sitting up on the table spiking out the light just got his head spiked through and never saw it coming. We see the shock, awe, lethargic steers as the comrade was just killed some how. The scene doesn’t let the view see how it was done. We just here the sound of some type of extremely fast object moving and getting louder then blood splattering and the comrades facial expressions. The next scene shows a white winged horned bull head monster with red skin and hawk feet flying up and away to a perched up on a side green lighted inverted teer structured build top (upside down pyramid) background aligned off to the bottom side corner of the screen and slightly lower than a smaller old male frail monster entity with no wings where and oversized jacket crossing his arms while simultaneously hiding his hands in the large sleeves (seemingly a leading entity that is in a dominant position on the screen. The point of view shot shifts from showing the two entities to just showing the smaller more frail monster taking the highers visual position on his own individual perch. They seem to work together but have different powers. Note this is a Japanese film and the only black actor, Chris Jai Alex (even though it only list one character on IMDb I recognize his voice in three characters) also check him out here and here, who we don’t see is voice-overing for Three film characters; The guy wearing the purple sweater who was killed at the beginning of the film and the extremely fast and strong flying bull monster character and the super warrior who comes at the nick of time to save the day later on in the film.

The protagonist makes phone call to his son on a green pay phone conveniently on the sidewalk where the slaughter just took place. There is a cut monster arm blood arm on top of the bloody pay phone here steers at as he waits for the dial tone to connect with his son. His son picks up and says something like Dad where are you. The Protagonist is verklempt and is unable to respond right away out of deep sigh of relief that his son seems ok and safe from danger. It is clear he deeply loves his son. The son is safely in the home watching the murder mayhem happening on news. They have a conversation. The Protagonist say’s something like, paraphrasing, “I’m ok and I am fighting in the war. Be safe and I’ll see you soon” as his father makes a promise he is unsure he will not be able to keep. The boy maybe says “I love you, good by.”

As soon as he hangs up the phone here comes another monster scene and the adrenaline is pumping once again as to the side of him down the street a monster just rounded a corner chasing a husband, wife and child. The protagonist quickly runs to the corner of a building out of the view of the monster and battles within himself whether to remain hidden and out of sight from the monster. He peaks back around the corner to see whats happening. It looks like the civilians are about to loose the fight and as the protagonist is about to flea the situation there is a scream which cause him to pause from fleeing. Then he turns back around to see how he can distract the monster and save the family from being eaten.

He runs toward the monster with his regular sized gun shoot off multiple shots towards the Monsters Gigantic head. But shots miss hitting the monster because the protagonist is not in the gun fire range zone. He has to get closer to the monster for it to work. The monster recognizes the sound of the gun making multiple clicks and turns around. We see a large cyclops head zombie monster with one large eye and disproportionate tiny buff arms and an unusual body lower half in the shape of a one legged beast propped up by a knee. The gun locks up while the monster’s arm extends and stretches out it hand and successfully slaps the gun out the protagonists hand. The family is free and runs off leaving him along to battle the beast. The gun fly out underneath the monster to the other side. The monster charges. The protagonist fights back with a one two punch to jaw. To his surprise the black faintly reptilian structured skin exo-skeleton skin suite (note the Superman Movie Man of Steel reptilian skin like suite) charged up and change to a muscle strength shape while he reached for to knock the monster in the jaw with a mighty blow that throws the monster off balance.The Protagonist sees the gun and figures his only alternative is to run toward the monster and jump over it. He proceeds and makes the jump and the exo-skeleton miraculously helps him jump clear over the monster but as gravity is in effect he unfortunately comes down chin first on an electrical wire that spans from one building to another then landing on his back. He regains his bearing and gets up to go after the gun which is near by. Simultaneously the monster is coming to as well and reaches out and grabs him while the protagonist grabs the gun. The monster grabs him back in put him in his mouth to try to eat him. While he is in the mouth of the monster he manages to point the gun at the monsters head, triggering the fire to the big cyclops eye in the center of its head causing it and the head to explode. This danger scene ends.

Up walks the lady that was hiding quietly against the car while the protagonist and the old man spoke. She says something maybe to congratulate him on his victory. He is startle by her abrupt presence. She tries to greet him by reaching out her hand to shake his. He denies the gesture. She is a seemingly ditsy character who seems to never stop talking and neither her constant self talk. Slightly annoying character to watch and listen to. The talk, he walks away, she follows annoyingly.

Next danger seen is with a older couple and a child. The old man tries to protect himself against the beast by a broom. No this is an even bigger beast. It has reptilian green skin, gorilla type torsoe, muscular arms, large two front bottom overgrown teeth that stick out of it mouth, a long extendable alien like tongue that has search and seek capabilities grabbing man by rapping it around his body and proceeding to lift him toward his mouth to eat him. The old man is easy prey. The protagonist shoots the monster in the shoulder in the nick of time. Next is a profile point of view shot of the beast. It reveals that the beast is an overgrown Fez Monkey (symbolic Moorish a derogatory symbolic representation of a black male).

The monster lets out a loud frighten roar and the protagonist and the ditsy lady ready to strike. It charges while both their guns are pointed at it. They are too far and out of the blast range. The monster approaches. She gets frazzled within herself and walks away talking herself into a fantasy as if to forget the battle and danger is raging behind her. She is unreliable. As she walks away the protagonist goes in to help the family. he shoots but his gun is too small to do any damage. She walks back to the scene to witness the commotion distracting the protagonist from protecting himself while observing and being shocked at her inability to take action to shoot the beast while it is in range. He barely misses the beasts sharp tale that almost sliced his body in two. The beast reaches for the its tale and slams him the wall. As the gun falls out his hands and to the ground the beast steps on the gun and lets out a gut wrenching laugh celebration for the victory of dismantling the protagonist ability to shoot at it. It reaches for the ditsy lady and grabs her to put her in its back. It stores people in its back like certain frogs who store their baby’s in their back. He takes the broom from the old man and spares it into the eye of the beast rendering it distract from the pain. As he grabs her gun which feel on the ground the tale of the beast reach back and slap the protagonist into a light pull. He gets Fez Monkey and runs toward the beast jumps over it shooting it with a rope machine around the head. It uses teleportation to extract out a head portion of the head killing the beast. He pulls out the ditsy lady and people from its back.

The protagonist and the ditsy lady leave the scene. They come upon a scene where they seen come of their fellow fierce warrior fighting valiantly and succeeding of the monsters slaughtering them with ease.

Then it turns into a scene like the movie Pacific Rim. A Super Gigantic horned bull headed monster beast gets out of the water. Man’s super Gigantic technologically advanced machine vs an ancient male bull beast. Fighting against each other demolishing the city as the fight.

Next scene we another closer look at the flying zombie monster with red skin. It is male. It is all an over grown Fez Monkey (symbolic Moorish a derogatory symbolic representation of a black male), signified by the hat on his head. Plus he grown of the Fez Monkey attire like the Incredible Hulk. He is also wearing large juju bean around his neck.

It is more inquisitive and smart than the other zombies. It stands like a monkey or a gorilla. They are pumping thousands of rounds of firearms at it but nothing seems to be slowing it doing. It is crushing, slicing and eating the patrol officers. They are no match for its strength and speed. It breaks through their binding technology with no problem…a big shock and surprise to the warriors. Now the other fierce warriors arrive on the scene to see what they can do. It also survived the gravitational smashing machine supergun with multiple attempts to subdue it. Although the gravity machine demolished its wings so it can no longer fly, its body mass only decreased and took the form a human body and it is rising from the pull of blood…utter shock, amazement and looks of fear on the warriors faces. It resisted the gravity machine all together grabbing the warrior that has made multiple attempts to shoot it in the face…thrashing the body of the warrior back and forth on the ground just as in the Avengers Movie where the Incredible hulk thrashes Loki video. However while the monster has the warrior in his hand and is nearly squeezing him to death with the left hand the warrior pulls out a small gun and blows off the warriors right arm…then blows the monsters head off. The warrior die and the monster both die. However with a closer inspection the small gun seems to cause coagulation of the blood (also known as clotting) is the process by which blood changes from a liquid to a gel, forming a blood clot. It potentially results in homeostasis, the cessation of blood loss from a damaged vessel. Although the heart is still pumping the entity blood pathways explodes from the inside because there is no where left for the blood to go.

Then the same old man looking monster that was perched on the build with the flying monster in another scene appears walking down the street toward the death scene of the red monster. It is singing mumbling grunting some type of tune as it approaches still with its hands in the green oversized jacket, arms crossed, sandals on feet. A fierce warrior charges the being to slice it with its sword. The monster gets sliced into four pieces. Each piece regenerates itself with lightning speed in mid air (slightly laughing) before four duplicated monster land feet first on the ground regaining composer as if nothing happened while still approaching the dead red headless monster. The four monsters then conjoin back to one.

Point of view shot to old man monsters face reveals that it has reptilian cell structure skin.

One of the most fascinating things about this movie is in the next scenes. The fierce warrior tries to prevent the monster from getting to the dead red headless one. The warrior lunges forward and tries to slice the monster with his blade again however this time the monster does not let him hit/get it no matter how hard the warrior tries and how fast the warrior is. The acrobatics are phenomenal on both sides. The monster seems to be having fun with the warriors sword. Bobbing back and forth like a monkey anticipating the warriors next move. Although the monster is shifted or distracted away from the dead red headless monster it makes its way back over to it standing at the board just outside the pull of blood. The warrior is utter exhausted. He charges up his exo-skeleton to run and manages to grab to monster bear hugging its head and torso. His hand is over its eye peaking out through his fingers. The monsters eye morphs in a woman’s nipple then grows bigger into a woman’s breast. Then the beast quickly grow around the warrior engulfing him in many naked and connected woman’s bodies moaning and groaning in a group fucking orgasmic ecstasy around the warrior. He disappears in her many bodies as she grew into a large gigantic woman kneeling down on the ground with her hands over her face as if she is crying, weeping. She stands up and brings her hands toward an away from her mouth and is back to moaning then she stops. Out pops the head of the fierce warrior into her hands then it fall out to the ground.

 

Skipping ahead. At one point of the movie where the protagonist is getting beat down by a super monster black ooze drips out of the the exo-skeleton signifying that this was powered by melanin.

The talk with the super monster God. In front of the protagonist holding the ripped off dead head of the fiercest super warrior (who was played by the only black actor in a Japanese film) (note there is a subtle connection between the war against the sleepers and the awake; using the sleepers to fight against the awakened ones; the sleepers despises the awakened beings. And symbolically become the greatest super warriors against the awake) in its hand and holding its index figure out pointing to the protagonists’ forehead/3rd eye symbolic position and holds it in this position as if to say it is giving the protagonist a chance to have a change of heart or else he will be killed. In essence the God wanted to find one person who truly believed in him by this gesture of sparing the protagonists’ life. This compassionate moment becomes the Gods downfall because it was so concerned about sparing the protagonist life that it neglected to pay attention the ensuing danger around him. This sympathetic gesture may have been intended to convert the protagonist from an enemy to an ally. However, the innate hatred of Gods wins out. When indeed the protagonist never trusts or believes in the Monster/God. He is only trying to find a way through the dialogue to spare his life…you can’t convert one’s nature…It is as it is…for instance a dog or an animal will always be so…(Dion Fortune + S2 reference: says in chapter VII. The Pathology of Non-Human Contacts “Non-Human is like a pet animal, not a fellow-creature. That, frankly, is the only possible ground upon which they can be approached. If we expect no more of them than we should a pet bird, if we manage them as we should manage a kitten, we have got as near to the solution of the problem as we are ever likely to get….”) no matter the constant training and affection will not steer them down the path to becoming human.

In view of the monster/God and the protagonist dialogue, the protagonist drops his gun realizing it is a loosing battle to fight and quickly says “Wait”…”Let me ask you” “Why are we…”Killing each other?”

The monster responds to his question indirectly.
Monster/God: Do you feel like your’re in God’s presence?
The protagonist: God?
Monster/God: God is the absolute power.
The protagonist: Your God?
scene pause
The protagonist: Are you? (responding as if the Monster/God is obligated to give him a response; projected superiority interjection)

The monster/God: This world has many (Gods). I’m merely one of them. There is no defying that fact?

Remember throughout the whole dialogue the monsters finger is still against the protagonist forehead/3rd eye symbolic position.

However immediately after the monster speaks the last line the ditsy lady warrior (whom just pledged her romantic commitment to the protagonist)

blast the arm of the monster that was pointing at the forehead of the protagonist, therefore dismantling/evaporating the monsters ideology before it sets in/transmits solidification in the viewers mind. She has claimed the protagonist, not the monster. She will fight tooth and nail to defend that honor. The monster says “I see” meaning that it understands that monsters (Gods) should not trust people. And proceeds to shoot laser beams out of its eye (ode to Superman eye beams) and tries to destroy the city and the remaining warriors.

Tangent thought; at the center of each eye is a black hole or a portal. The eye looks similar to the Milky Way Galaxy. There is also a light beam that goes through the center of black hole and out the other side. In the article “Scientists Unravel Secrets of Monster Black Hole at Center of Milky Way” What is the analysis behind the Superman eye beams anyway? The projection of the lying entity that always thinks and projects in opposites says to itself about descendants of the ancient bloodline that focused attention destroys also “Don’t look me in the eyes” this act is offensive; but flipping the pathology 180 degrees one can deduce that focused attention creates. Perhaps creating the sensation to feel or experience compassion or oneness. The innate encoding robotically says to itself whenever it comes into the presence of the symbolic ancient blood line “must break attention, must do whatever I can to break attention, I must follow where, what or who their eyes are focusing on and break that attention, the descendants of the ancient blood line must always focus their attention on me, I will be their source and their stimulant, they must not create, or I must control their ability to create so I always end up possessing the essence of their creations but quickly destroy the creator of it, so I can absolve myself of guilt because I don’t want them or anyone to know that I stole it from them, fore I am the true creator.”

Tangent thought again: blacks in slavery got the “Be seen and not heard” beat into to them and encoded in their minds by their masters. Subsequently “You should never look a white man in his/her eyes; This is an offense. It is a sign of disrespect. It is construed as challenging or bucking up against perceived authority. So instead keep your eyes low or look to the ground when you encounter them. One must present the impression of being subtle, abased, insecure and inferior.”

The movie industry launched a worldwide massive campaign against the descendants of the ancient blood line (specifically the symbolic black male) in Superman vs. Batman: Dawn of Justice Movie. Note the in the logo the Superman’s “S” is swallowed up by the Batman symbol. Meaning the “S” is smaller and centralized within the Batman symbol. Both Superman’s and Iron man’s hair historically dark in color. Both Batman’s dark aubur hair color is symbolic to white American elite status. The butler is British (father figure, guider, supporter, confidant, buddy, moral or conscious authority to Batman). Superman black hair is symbolic to the ancient blood line. Superman and Batman’s love interests have either orange or black hair. Batman is a white man whom participates in all knowledge, dark arts and the occult. Superman represents the symbolic black man whom participates in morality and whom as alien lineage. In the beginning of the film Justice League Full Movie 2017 Joker boldly and confidently toys with Superman as he is a gullible child whom will not tap into his ultimate power and whom could easily kill the Joker. By the way the Joker character looks very similar to black person in history if one replaces the white skin with black skin; see Goodbye uncle Tom! “Warning Graphic Content” around 1:11 minutes into the movie. If true the Joker is the “Gentleman” who advertised the slaves for sale and made sure they were ready for auctioning so master would get the highest price for the sale. With so many tricks up his sleeve and innovative ways to market and advertise masters products all while shuckin and jivin, Joker seems like a fitting name. The Joker wears a top hat, Victorian-era attire (The era when the slave trade made the nation rich and wealthly beyond imagination). On some images of Joker there will be reptilian closing.

If Superman gets fed up and ensues with anger, rage and suffering he busts through moral code that binds his actions. It is the projection of moral limitations that keep his power shackled. The love interests represent the symbolic black women. Batman has unlimited wealth, power and the greatest access to surveillance of the world. Note Superman’s “False God” theme. Input the black man and the projected theme is the black man is a False God. Then flip it 180 degrees, they are saying the symbolic black man is a God …interesting … Thus follow the hair color to get to the real message they are trying to share. This “God” theme is repeated in The Purge movie imagery. A black male teen is wearing a mask with “God” written across the forehead. This same image was used in a lot of commercials and billboards across cities and towns. Another repeated image is a black teen wearing a mask with an up side down cross on it at the symbolic 3rd eye position; points to the symbol of the symbolic black man/3rd eye awakening as an/the anti-christ

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Chaos Code, the Dracula Particle

Dracula

The story is told in epistolary format, as a series of letters, diary entries, newspaper articles, and ships’ log entries, whose narrators are the novel’s protagonists, and occasionally supplemented with newspaper clippings relating events not directly witnessed. The events portrayed in the novel take place chronologically and largely in England and Transylvania during the 1890s and all transpire within the same year between the 3rd of May and the 6th of November. A short note is located at the end of the final chapter written 7 years after the events outlined in the novel.

The tale begins with Jonathan Harker, a newly qualified English solicitor, visiting Count Dracula in the Carpathian Mountains on the border of Transylvania, Bukovina, and Moldavia, to provide legal support for a real estate transaction overseen by Harker’s employer, Mr Peter Hawkins of Exeter. At first enticed by Dracula’s gracious manners, Harker soon realizes that he is Dracula’s prisoner. Wandering the Count’s castle against Dracula’s admonition, Harker encounters three female vampires, called “the sisters”, from whom he is rescued by Dracula. After the preparations are made, Dracula leaves Transylvania and abandons Harker to the sisters. Harker barely escapes from the castle with his life.

Not long afterward, a Russian ship, the Demeter, having weighed anchor at Varna, runs aground on the shores of Whitby in the east coast of England. The captain’s log narrates the gradual disappearance of the entire crew, until the captain alone remained, himself bound to the helm to maintain course. An animal resembling “a large dog” is seen leaping ashore. The ship’s cargo is described as silver sand and 50 boxes of “mould”, or earth, from Transylvania. It is later learned that Dracula successfully purchased multiple estates under the alias ‘Count De Ville’ throughout London and devised to distribute the 50 boxes to each of them utilizing transportation services as well as moving them himself. He does this to secure for himself “lairs” and the 50 boxes of earth would be used as his graves which would grant safety and rest during times of feeding and replenishing his strength.

Soon Dracula is indirectly shown to be stalking Lucy Westenra, who is holidaying in Whitby. As time passes she begins to suffer from episodes of sleepwalking and dementia, as witnessed by her friend Mina Murray, the fiancée of Jonathan Harker. Lucy receives three marriage proposals from Dr. John Seward, Quincey Morris, and Arthur Holmwood (the son of Lord Godalming who later obtains the title himself). Lucy accepts Holmwood’s proposal while turning down Seward and Morris, but all remain friends. Dracula communicates with Seward’s patient Renfield, an insane man who wishes to consume insects, spiders, birds, and rats to absorb their “life force”. Renfield is able to detect Dracula’s presence and supplies clues accordingly.

When Lucy begins to waste away suspiciously, Seward invites his old teacher, Abraham Van Helsing, who immediately determines the true cause of Lucy’s condition. He refuses to disclose it but diagnoses her with acute blood-loss. Helsing prescribes numerous blood transfusions to which Dr. Seward, Helsing, Quincey and Arthur all contribute over time. Helsing also prescribes flowers to be placed throughout her room and weaves a necklace of withered Garlic Blossoms for her to wear as well. She however continues to waste away – appearing to lose blood every night. While both doctors are absent, Lucy and her mother are attacked by a wolf; Mrs. Westenra, who has a heart condition, dies of fright. Van Helsing attempts to protect her with garlic but fate thwarts him each night, whether Lucy’s mother removes the garlic from her room, or Lucy herself does so in her restless sleep. The doctors have found two small puncture marks about her neck, which Dr. Seward is at a loss to understand. After Lucy dies, Helsing places a golden crucifix over her mouth, ostensibly to delay or prevent Lucy’s vampiric conversion. Fate conspires against him again when Helsing finds the crucifix in the possession of one of the servants who stole it off Lucy’s corpse.

Following Lucy’s death and burial, the newspapers report children being stalked in the night by a “bloofer lady” (i.e., “beautiful lady”). Van Helsing, knowing Lucy has become a vampire, confides in Seward, Lord Godalming, and Morris. The suitors and Van Helsing track her down and, after a confrontation with her, stake her heart, behead her, and fill her mouth with garlic. Around the same time, Jonathan Harker arrives from Budapest, where Mina marries him after his escape, and he and Mina join the campaign against Dracula.

The vampire hunters stay at Dr. Seward’s residence, holding nightly meetings and providing reports based on each of their various tasks. Mina discovers that each of their journals and letters collectively contain clues to which they can track him down. She tasks herself with collecting them, researching newspaper clippings, fitting the most relevant entries into chronological order and typing out copies to distribute to each of the party which they are to study. Jonathan Harker tracks down the shipments of boxed graves and the estates which Dracula has purchased in order to store them. Van Helsing conducts research along with Dr. Seward to analyze the behaviour of their patient Renfield who they learn is directly influenced by Dracula. They also research historical events, folklore, and superstitions from various cultures to understand Dracula’s powers and weaknesses. Van Helsing also establishes a criminal profile on Dracula in order to better understand his actions and predict his movements. Arthur Holmwood’s fortune assists in funding the entire operation and expenses. As they learn the various properties Dracula had purchased, the male protagonists team up to raid each property and are several times confronted by Dracula. As they discover each of the boxed graves scattered throughout London, they pry them open to place and seal wafers of sacramental bread within. This act renders the boxes of earth completely useless to Dracula as he is unable to open, enter or further transport them.

After Dracula learns of the group’s plot against him, he attacks Mina on three occasions, and feeds Mina his own blood to control her. This curses Mina with vampirism and changes her but does not completely turn her into a vampire. Van Helsing attempts to bless Mina through prayer and by placing a wafer of sacrament against her forehead, although it burns her upon contact leaving a wretched scar. Under this curse, Mina oscillates from consciousness to a semi-trance during which she perceives Dracula’s surroundings and actions. Van Helsing is able to use hypnotism at the hour of dawn and put her into this trance to further track his movements. Mina, afraid of Dracula’s link with her, urges the team not to tell her their plans out of fear that Dracula will be listening. After the protagonists discover and sterilize 49 boxes found throughout his lairs in London, they learn that Dracula has fled with the missing 50th box back to his castle in Transylvania. They pursue him under the guidance of Mina. They split up into teams once they reach Europe; Van Helsing and Mina team up to locate the castle of Dracula while the others attempt to ambush the boat Dracula is using to reach his home. Van Helsing raids the castle and destroys the vampire “sisters”. Upon discovering Dracula being transported by Gypsies, Harker shears Dracula through the throat with a kukri while the mortally wounded Quincey stabs the Count in the heart with a Bowie knife. Dracula crumbles to dust, and Mina is freed from her curse of vampirism.

The book closes with a note left by Jonathan Harker seven years after the events of the novel, detailing his married life with Mina and the birth of their son, whom they name after all four members of the party, but address as “Quincey”. Quincey is depicted sitting on the knee of Van Helsing as they recount their adventure.

“Dracula’s Guest”

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The short story “Dracula’s Guest” was posthumously published in 1914, two years after Stoker’s death. It was, according to most contemporary critics, the deleted first (or second) chapter from the original manuscript and the one which gave the volume its name, but which the original publishers deemed unnecessary to the overall story.

“Dracula’s Guest” follows an unnamed Englishman traveller as he wanders around Munich before leaving for Transylvania. It is Walpurgis Night and the young Englishman foolishly leaves his hotel, in spite of the coachman’s warnings, and wanders through a dense forest alone. Along the way, he feels that he is being watched by a tall and thin stranger (possibly Count Dracula).

The short story climaxes in an old graveyard, where the Englishman encounters a sleeping female vampire called Countess Dolingen in a marble tomb with a large iron stake driven into it. This malevolent and beautiful vampire awakens from her marble bier to conjure a snowstorm before being struck by lightning and returning to her eternal prison. However, the Englishman’s troubles are not quite over, as he is dragged away by an unseen force and rendered unconscious. He awakens to find a “gigantic” wolf lying on his chest and licking at his throat; however, the wolf merely keeps him warm and protects him until help arrives.

When the Englishman is finally taken back to his hotel, a telegram awaits him from his expectant host Dracula, with a warning about “dangers from snow and wolves and night”.

Deleted ending

A small section was removed from a draft of the final chapter, in which Dracula’s castle falls apart as he dies, hiding the fact that vampires were ever there.

As we looked there came a terrible convulsion of the earth so that we seemed to rock to and fro and fell to our knees. At the same moment with a roar which seemed to shake the very heavens the whole castle and the rock and even the hill on which it stood seemed to rise into the air and scatter in fragments while a mighty cloud of black and yellow smoke volume on volume in rolling grandeur was shot upwards with inconceivable rapidity.

Then there was a stillness in nature as the echoes of that thunderous report seemed to come as with the hollow boom of a thunder-clap – the long reverberating roll which seems as though the floors of heaven shook. Then down in a mighty ruin falling whence they rose came the fragments that had been tossed skywards in the cataclysm.

From where we stood it seemed as though the one fierce volcano burst had satisfied the need of nature and that the castle and the structure of the hill had sunk again into the void. We were so appalled with the suddenness and the grandeur that we forgot to think of ourselves.

— Deleted excerpt from the original Dracula manuscript

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is a 1988 American satirical science fiction horror film written and directed by John Carpenter. The film stars Roddy Piper, Keith David, and Meg Foster. It follows an unnamed drifter (referred to as “John Nada” in the film’s credits) who discovers the ruling class are in fact aliens concealing their appearance and manipulating people to spend money, breed, and accept the status quo with subliminal messages in mass media.

Drifter “John Nada” (Roddy Piper) finds construction work in Los Angeles and befriends fellow construction worker Frank Armitage (Keith David), who leads him to a local shantytown soup kitchen. There, Nada encounters strange activity around the church: a blind preacher (Raymond St. Jacques) loudly chastising others to wake up, a police helicopter hovers overhead, and a drifter (George Buck Flower) complains that his TV signal is continually interrupted by a man warning everyone about those in power. Nada discovers the nearby church is a front. The choir heard outside is an audio recording and the building is filled with scientific equipment and cardboard boxes. Nada finds a box hidden in the wall, but flees when the preacher notices him. That night, the police attack and bulldoze the shantytown. Nada returns in the morning to find the church empty, but with the hidden boxes still in the wall. He takes one of the boxes and in an alley, he opens the box and finds it filled with sunglasses. Taking a pair, he hides the box in a garbage can.

Nada quickly discovers the sunglasses have unique properties: they reduce the colors of the world around him to black and white and allow him to see that media and advertising hide omnipresent subliminal commands to obey, consume, reproduce, and conform. They also make clear that many people in positions of wealth and power are actually humanoid aliens with skull-like faces.

In a grocery store, Nada confronts an alien woman who then speaks into her wristwatch, notifying others about him. Two alien police officers try to apprehend Nada, but he kills them and takes their guns. He goes on a shooting spree, killing several aliens that he encounters in a nearby bank. He sees one vanish using its wristwatch. Nada escapes, destroying a small, flying saucer-like alien surveillance drone and taking a Cable 54 assistant director named Holly Thompson (Meg Foster) hostage. At her luxurious hill-top home, Nada tries to convince her of the truth. He also begins suffering migraine headaches as a result of using the glasses. Holly finds his story absurd, and catching him unaware, knocks him through a window and calls the police. Nada tumbles down a steep hillside and escapes, leaving his sunglasses behind.

Now a fugitive, Nada returns to the alley where he finds the garbage can that held the other glasses is empty. However, he retrieves the box from a nearby garbage truck. Frank meets Nada, who is now a wanted fugitive, to give him his paycheck. Though Nada tells his story, Frank does not believe him and tells Nada he wants nothing further to do with him. Nada engages in an extended street fight with Frank, trying to force him to put on a pair of sunglasses. Finally after gaining the upper hand, Nada places the glasses on Frank who now understands. The two rent a hotel room to discuss their predicament. Gilbert (Peter Jason), a member of the shantytown, discovers them and notifies them about a secret meeting with other activists.

At the meeting, Nada and Frank are given special contact lenses to replace their sunglasses. They learn from the bearded man’s broadcast that the aliens control Earth as their third world, depleting its resources and causing global warming before moving on to other planets. The aliens use a subliminal signal broadcast into people’s brains to camouflage themselves. Destroying its source will allow everyone on Earth to see their true form. Frank is given a stolen alien wristwatch which functions as a communications and teleportation device. Holly arrives joining the cause before apologizing to Nada. However, the police suddenly attack the meeting, killing everyone while Nada and Frank manage to fight their way out. After being cornered in an alley, Frank accidentally opens a temporary portal by throwing the watch, through which the two jump into a network of underground passages.

The two find the aliens in a grand hall celebrating with their elite human collaborators. The same homeless drifter that Nada and Frank met earlier appears as a collaborator and believes the two to be collaborators as well. He takes them on a tour of the passages, revealed to link the alien society including a space travel port. A further passage leads to the basement of the Cable 54 station, the source of the aliens’ signal. The two then launch an attack, killing many alien soldiers. Nada and Frank fight their way through the building to find the broadcaster on the roof before meeting Holly and taking her along. As Nada climbs up a staircase to the signal broadcaster disguised as a satellite dish, Holly suddenly shoots and kills Frank off-screen, finally revealing herself to also be a human collaborator.

Holly takes aim at Nada and persuades him to stop as an alien-manned police helicopter hovers overhead. Nada complies by dropping his weapon, but then retrieves a hidden pistol from his sleeve and kills her. He then shoots and destroys the broadcaster before being fatally wounded by the aliens in their helicopter. Before he dies, Nada gives them “the finger” as his last defiant gesture now that he scored the final victory over the aliens. With the signal destroyed, humans all over the world discover the aliens in their midst and the film suddenly ends.

The Satanic Rites Of Dracula – Starring Christopher Lee

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The Satanic Rites of Dracula is a 1973 film
Introduction

A Secret Service agent (Maurice O’Connell) barely escapes from an English country house, in which satanic rituals are celebrated. Before he dies of his wounds, he reveals to his superiors that four prominent members of society – a government minister, a peer, a general and a famous scientist – are involved in the cult, led by Chin Yang (Barbara Yu Ling). Photos of the four dignitaries taken by the agent are developed, and a fifth photo, apparently showing an empty doorway, is assumed to be a mistake. In order to avoid any reprisals by the minister, secret service official Colonel Mathews (Richard Vernon) calls in Scotland Yard’s Inspector Murray (Michael Coles) to work on the case independently. Murray (who had appeared in the preceding Dracula film) suggests consulting noted occult expert Professor Lorrimar Van Helsing (Peter Cushing).

At the House

The cult kidnaps the Secret Service secretary Jane (Valerie Van Ost), who is later bitten by Dracula (Christopher Lee). Murray, Secret Service agent Torrence (William Franklyn) and Van Helsing’s granddaughter Jessica (Joanna Lumley) arrive at the country house. They separate; Murray and Torrence investigate inside the house, where they meet Chin Yang. Jessica enters the house through the cellar, where she finds Jane chained to a wall; she is revealed to be a vampire. The ensuing commotion awakens other female vampires who are likewise imprisoned, but they attempt to feed on Jessica. The agents hear Jessica’s screams and come to her rescue. Murray kills Jane with a stake, and he escapes the grounds with Jessica and Torrence.

Van Helsing visits his scientist friend, Julian Keeley (Freddie Jones), whom he recognized among the four conspirators. The mentally unstable Keeley is involved in bacteriological research designed to create a virulent strain of the bubonic plague. Van Helsing is shot by a guard and passes out. When he revives, Keeley’s dead body hangs from the ceiling, and the plague bacillus is gone.

Keeley referred to the 23rd of the month, which Van Helsing discovers is the “Sabbath of the Undead”. Keeley’s research notes lead Van Helsing to the reclusive property developer D. D. Denham, who funded Keeley’s research. Van Helsing speculates that the fifth photo of an empty doorway may actually have been of Dracula, whose image cannot be captured; he suggests that Dracula wants to exact revenge on humanity. Van Helsing visits Denham in his headquarters (built on the church yard where Dracula died in the previous film) and discovers that he is actually Count Dracula. He tries to shoot Dracula with a silver bullet, but is beaten by the Count’s conspirators. Dracula decides that killing Van Helsing would be too simple and has him moved to the country house.

Jessica, Murray, Mathews and Torrence, while observing the country house, are attacked by snipers. Torrence and Mathews are killed, and Murray and Jessica are captured. Murray awakes in the cellar and escapes the clutches of Chin Yang, revealed to be a vampire herself. After staking her through the heart with a mallet, he destroys the other female vampires with clear running water from the fire sprinkler system.

Denouement

Dracula arrives at the house with Van Helsing. He announces to his henchmen that Jessica will be his consort, uncorrupted by the plague that his “four horsemen” – including Van Helsing – will carry out into the world. The conspirators, who had considered the plague a threat not to be used, begin to question their master. Dracula’s hypnotic command brings them back into his control. He commands John Porter (Richard Mathews) to break the vial, releasing the bacteria and immediately infecting the minister.

Murray overpowers a guard in the computer room. The guard’s metal baton smashes a computer panel causing an explosion that starts a fire and unlocks the ritual room. Two uninfected conspirators escape, Murray rescues Jessica, and the infected minister and the plague bacteria burn in the fire. Dracula attacks Van Helsing, but his prey escapes through a window into the woods. Van Helsing lures Dracula into a hawthorn bush where he is entangled. Van Helsing grabs a fence post and drives it through his heart. Dracula disintegrates into ash. Van Helsing retrieves Dracula’s ring from the ashes.

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Prologue

In 1872, Count Dracula (Christopher Lee) and his nemesis Lawrence Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) battle on the top of a runaway coach. The carriage crashes and Dracula is partly impaled by one of the wheels. In the struggle, Van Helsing manages to fully push the wheel into the vampire’s chest, staking him. This done, Van Helsing collapses and dies from his own wounds. At that moment a follower of Dracula (Christopher Neame) arrives, collects Dracula’s remains and, a few days later, buries them near Van Helsing’s grave at St Bartolph’s Church.

Plot

One hundred years later, a new generation of Britons appear who move the tale along: in this case, a group of young hippies that includes Jessica Van Helsing (Stephanie Beacham), granddaughter of Lorrimer Van Helsing (Peter Cushing), an occult expert and descendant of Dracula’s old nemesis, and Johnny Alucard (Christopher Neame), who closely resembles the disciple of Dracula seen in 1872. Alucard persuades Jessica and the others to attend a black magic ceremony in the now abandoned, deconsecrated St Bartolph’s, where he performs a bloody ritual involving one of their group, Laura Bellows (Caroline Munro). Jessica and the others flee in horror, after which Dracula is resurrected and kills Laura.

Laura’s body is discovered, drained of blood, and a police investigation begins, headed by an Inspector Murray (Michael Coles). Murray suspects an occult element and interviews Lorrimer Van Helsing, who is shocked to learn the details of Laura’s death. He realises that Johnny Alucard (whose name is Dracula written backwards) is a disciple of Dracula, and that the Count must have returned.

In the meantime, Alucard brings another of Jessica’s friends, Gaynor Keating (Marsha Hunt), to St Bartolph’s, where she is killed by Dracula and Alucard willingly has himself turned into a vampire. The vampire Alucard kills a passer-by and lures Jessica’s boyfriend, Bob (Philip Miller), to a café they frequent, where he turns him into a vampire as well. While Lorrimer is out, Bob goes to the Van Helsing house and persuades Jessica to come to the café, where he and Alucard capture her and take her to Dracula.

Lorrimer tracks Alucard to his flat and battles him, in which course Alucard accidentally kills himself with the running water in the bathroom shower. Lorrimer finds Bob’s dead body, slain by sunlight before he could reach his resting place, and discovers Jessica in a trance at St Bartolph’s, where Dracula plans to take his revenge on the Van Helsing family by turning her into a vampire. Van Helsing sets a trap for Dracula and waits for him to return at nightfall. After a struggle, Dracula is killed by a fall into a pit of stakes that Van Helsing had previously prepared, and his spell over Jessica is broken. She embraces her grandfather and the title “Rest In Final Peace” is shown.

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Yahweh – Jehovah – Yaldabaoth – Simulated Order

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The aetheric mind parasite called Yahweh or Yaldabaoth entered our galaxy 12000 years ago and caused great upheaval. It altered the density of the solar system, causing huge cataclysms on all the planets. Many planets who were previously able to sustain life, were now just desolate sterile rocks. Accounts of that can be found in its book, the Bible.

Because of its parasitic nature, Yahweh needed to reseed life-forms to leech off of. For that, it chose earth. It used the humanoid blueprint that is represented all over the universe – with a minor glitch. It implemented the R-Complex, or reptilian brain, to accumulate large amounts of human emotion, especially fear.

It then put in place a hierarchical structure of humanoids that controlled each other, so it would only have to control the highest layer (pyramid concept, where Yahweh is the eye in the pyramid). Since this time, humanity is ensnared in war after war, only to produce enough fear to satisfy Yahwehs energetic needs.

Yahweh created the differend religions (Judaism, Islam, Christianity) to ensure a constant conflict which feeds its lust for negative emotions. If it was an entity that lived off off positive emotions, the world would look much differend today. Also, this religious control structures keep us humans away from spiritual growth. It is literally a spiritual Big-Mac without any nutrients.

Yahweh is delusional and thinks it actually created the universe, when in reality it destroyed many many naturally evolved creatures.

The gnostics of all ages warned future generations of the Threat. Yahweh knew this and ordered its minions to hunt for the knowledge. This is why there are almost no antique books left and native tribes all over the world were hunted and killed.

Yahweh is cold, predictable, like a machine. It envys us for our ability to connect to the source of all being, which it wants to destroy. Some say, it has a reptilian appearance – but since it is interdimensional, that doesn’t really matter. It is the highest of the Archons and the Overlord of Earth.

Yahweh is also the reason why there is no physical contact to our space brothers. It destroys every living thing that comes close to us.

Jehovah – Yaldabaoth – Simulated Order by John Lash

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Assuming the arrogant pose of a solar deity, Yaldabaoth falsely believes himself to be the only god in the entire cosmos.Thus, for Gnostics, the identification of Yaldabaoth with Jehovah of the Old Testament, a deity who suffers from this very complex of cosmic egotism, is a foregone conclusion, prefigured in the Sophianic origin myth.Being blind, he cannot perceive the Pleroma (galactic core), nor does he recognize Sophia, the cosmic current that surged from the core and produced him in the first place.He becomes infatuated, bloated with grandiosity, causing Sophia to feel shame and want to hide him from the sight of the Pleromic Aeons.”She cast him away from her radiance, so that no one among the immortal ones might see him… She joined a luminous cloud with him, and placed a throne in the middle of the cloud.”

(Apoc John BG 38, 1-10)

The Aeon Sophia is that cosmic current whose impact organizes the dema and produces the Archons.

This happens because She acts unilaterally in Her plunge from the galactic core, but Sophia does not unilaterally cause the birth of the Sun. This is a process continually occurring in the galactic limbs, due to the physics of the limb structure itself. In an action that might be compared to a mill wheel grinding stones, the galactic armature churns and refines elementary matter, constantly producing star-birth, the promise of new worlds of experience.

The key to the unique status of our planetary system is the convergence of Sophia’s impact with the nebular expulsion of a newborn star. The material of the Archons is incorporated into that material vortex that forms around this star, and Sophia herself fixes the chief Archon centrally (“enthroned”) in the center of the proto-planetary disk (“luminous cloud”).

Overseen by Yaldabaoththe Archons now proceed to fabricate the planetary system from the inorganic elements of which them themselves are composed. As they have no intentionality (ennoia) and no creative capacity (epinoia) of their own, they can only do this by imitation.

The Apocryphon of John (II, 10, 24-25) describes how the Lord Archon “produced for himself cyclic worlds (orbiting bodies) from the luminous spark that still shines in the sky.” Thus, he draws upon the vortex power of the central star, the newborn Sun, to organize the matter swirling in the proto-planetary disk.

Yaldabaoth originates nothing, however. He can only copy the model of the Pleroma, without even knowing that he does so:

And he was amazed by his own arrogance, for he seemed to beget material powers (exousiai, “authorities”) out of his own solitary power, but after the patterns of the imperishable Aeons… And so there came to be a stereoma (“firmament”) corresponding to the cyclic formations of the Pleroma.
(II, 10, 26-28, and 12, 25)

Gnostic teachings constantly emphasize that the Archons are imitators who cannot produce anything original, yet they arrogantly claim they can.

The Lord Archon is called antimimon pneuma, “counterfeit spirit.” (Apoc John III, 36:17. The term occurs several times in different texts.) The cosmos he produces is described by the Coptic term hal, “simulation.” The vast planetary system of the Archons is a stereoma, a virtual reality projection in simulation of a higher dimensional pattern.

Typically, the Archontic framework of the planetary system has been depicted by “armillary bands” that surround the Earth. (Illustration from A. CellariusHarmonia Macrocosma, 1660.) Taken in many esoteric systems (Hermetics and Rosicrucianism) as the preeminent image of cosmic harmony, the model of the planetary spheres reflects a mindless imitation of divine design, not the living reality of the cosmos.

Yaldabaoththe presumed all-mighty creator Godreally creates nothing; instead, he copies from “archetypal” patterns in the Pleroma. The planetary stereoma of his making is like a plastic copy of an abalone shell. Only someone who does not know the reality of the abalone shell, and what living miracle of nature is required to produce it, would accept the plastic substitution. Here again, the cosmic-noetic parallel applies: Archons simulate in the cosmos at large, and they also simulate in the human mind. This is a key indication of their effect, a clue to their subtle intrusion tactics.

The main cosmological texts in the Nag Hammadi Library (NHL), On the Origin of the WorldThe Hypostasis of the Archons, and The Apocryphon of John, are consistent in describing how the solar system arises as an inorganic simulation of the living pattern of the eternal Aeons. Here is further insight into “the generation of error.”

One might be excused (but just barely) for mistaking plastic for pearl, but it would be terrible ignorance indeed to be unaware that it takes an entire ocean and a living, symbiotic biosphere to produce a pearl. Yetsuch is the ignorance of the Archons that they cannot comprehend the living miracle of divine order, rooted in the Pleroma, even when they are imitating it.

The stereoma of the Archons is truly a grandiose accomplishment, rather like the many-roomed Venetian palace of a Mafia don afflicted with religious grandiosity and a militaristic sense of the command chain:

Now the prime parent (archigenetor), the master breeder of the Archons, since he commanded vast orbiting worlds, produced heavens for each of his offspring… beautiful dwellings, and in each heaven Yaldabaoth produced glorious decor, seven times excellent: thrones and mansions and temples, and also chariots and celestial virgins… consigning to each one its own heaven-like realm, and providing them with mighty armies of gods and commanders and messengers and overseers, in countless myriads, so that they might all serve and be served.
On the Origin of the World, 19.

Readers familiar with the archetypal psychology of C. G. Jung will recognize in this passage all the elements of the heaven archetype common to the mainstream religions:

  • heavenly mansions
  • celestial armies
  • cloud chariots
  • virgins on order
  • choirs of angels arranged with military precision

The stereoma is loaded with spiritual kitsch.

If anyone needs evidence of how the Archons can infect human imagination, here it is, seven times excellent.

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Demonology, Devil and Demons

Demonology and Devil- Lore

Demonology is the study of demons or beliefs about demons, especially the methods used to summon and control them. The original sense of “demon”, from the time of Homer onward, was a benevolent being, but in English the name now holds connotations of malevolence. (In order to keep the distinction, when referring to the word in its original Greek meaning English may use the spelling “Daemon” or “Daimon”.)

Demons, when regarded as spirits, may belong to either of the classes of spirits recognized by primitive animism; that is to say, they may be human, or non-human, separable souls, or discarnate spirits which have never inhabited a body. A sharp distinction is often drawn between these two classes, notably by the Melanesians, several African groups, and others; the Arab jinn, for example, are not reducible to modified human souls; at the same time these classes are frequently conceived as producing identical results, e.g. diseases.

Prevalence of demons

According to some societies, all the affairs of life are supposed to be under the control of spirits, each ruling a certain “element” or even object, and themselves in subjection to a greater spirit. For example, the Inuit are said to believe in spirits of the sea, earth and sky, the winds, the clouds and everything in nature. Every cove of the seashore, every point, every island and prominent rock has its guardian spirit. All are potentially of the malignant type, to be propitiated by an appeal to knowledge of the supernatural. Traditional Korean belief posits countless demons inhabit the natural world; they fill household objects and are present in all locations. By the thousands they accompany travelers, seeking them out from their places in the elements.

In ancient Babylon, demonology had an influence on even the most mundane elements of life, from petty annoyances to the emotions of love and hatred. The numerous demonic spirits were given charge over various parts of the human body, one for the head, one for the neck, and so on.

Greek philosophers such as Porphyry, who claimed influence from Platonism, and the fathers of the Christian Church, held that the world was pervaded with spirits, the latter of whom advanced the belief that demons received the worship directed at pagan gods.

Many religions and cultures believe, or once believed, that what is now known as soothsaying, was, or is, a form of physical contact with demons.

Character of the spiritual world

The ascription of malevolence to the world of spirits is by no means universal. In Central Africa, the Mpongwe believe in local spirits, just as do the Inuit; but they are regarded as inoffensive in the main. Passers-by must make some trifling offering as they near the spirits’ place of abode; but it is only occasionally mischievous acts, such as the throwing down of a tree on a passer-by, are, in the view of the natives, perpetuated by the class of spirits known as Ombuiri. So too, many of the spirits especially concerned with the operations of nature are conceived as neutral or even benevolent; the European peasant fears the corn-spirit only when he irritates him by trenching on his domain and taking his property by cutting the corn; similarly, there is no reason why the more insignificant personages of the pantheon should be conceived as malevolent, and we find that the Petara of the Dyaks are far from indiscriminating and malignant, being viewed as invisible guardians of mankind.

Types

Demons are generally classified as spirits which are believed to enter into relations with the human race. As such the term includes:

  1. angels in the Judeo-Christian tradition that fell from grace,
  2. human souls regarded as genii or familiars,
  3. such as receive a cult (e.g., ancestor worship),
  4. ghosts or other malevolent revenants.

Excluded are souls conceived as inhabiting another world. Yet just as gods are not necessarily spiritual, demons may also be regarded as corporeal; vampires for example are sometimes described as human heads with appended entrails, which issue from the tomb to attack the living during the night watches. The so-called Spectre Huntsman of the Malay Peninsula is said to be a man who scours the firmament with his dogs, vainly seeking for what he could not find on Earth -a buck mouse-deer pregnant with male offspring; but he seems to be a living man; there is no statement that he ever died, nor yet that he is a spirit. The incubi and Succubi of the Middle Ages are sometimes regarded as spiritual beings; but they were held to give proof of their bodily existence, such as offspring (though often deformed). Belief in demons goes back many millennia. The Zoroastrian faith teaches that there are 3,333 Demons, some with specific dark responsibilities such as war, starvation, sickness, etc.

 

Devil 2010 Movie. Trapped in an elevator, five people discover the Devil is among them. A chilling, supernatural thriller from the producer of Signs keeps you jumping till a surprise wicked ending. . Ramirez (Jacob Vargas) speaks in a voice-over about stories that his mother told him about the devil sometimes actively seeking out individuals who have sinned while they are still alive on Earth. While taking human form, he traps them in a confined place only to turn them against each other, before killing them one at a time. Ramirez explains that the last victim will die in front of his or her loved one to “make cynics of us all”. He says that the signs are set in motion with a suicide, as that is when the Devil first makes his presence known. This story is abruptly interrupted by a violent suicide of a man who had fallen from the thirty-fifth floor of a Philadelphia office building. The truck he falls on rolls silently away.

Detective Bowden (Chris Messina) is a recovering alcoholic who is assigned to the case of the suicide. He later explains that the reason for his alcoholism was the hit and run death of his wife and son, five years previously, in which the perpetrator was never apprehended. Meanwhile, five strangers board an elevator, which later becomes stuck between floors. When security finds them, they notice that there is CCTV and a radio with which they can call into the elevator, but they have no way of hearing the passengers in return. Bowden takes the investigation regarding the elevator as it is the same building from which the suicide victim jumped.

Ramirez is revealed to be one of the security guards and is disturbed by an image of what looks like a screaming face frozen on the video monitor. His boss Lustig (Matt Craven) dismisses the superstitious suspicions and sends repair technician Dwight (Joe Cobden) to investigate the elevators while Bowden tries to ascertain the identities of the individuals. Only four of the five are accounted for: Vince McCormick (Geoffrey Arend), a sleazy mattress salesman; Sarah Caraway (Bojana Novakovic), a pathological liar who plans to leave her rich husband and take his money with her; Ben Larson (Bokeem Woodbine), a temporary security guard with a history of violence; an unnamed older woman whom police mistakenly believe is named Jane Kowski (Jenny O’Hara) who is seen on video to be a thief, and another man who later introduces himself as Tony (Logan Marshall-Green), who does not appear to have signed in at the security desk.

The power goes on and off in the elevator, and each time the power is restored, something evil takes place. Dwight falls to his death on top of the elevator, and Lustig is electrocuted trying to restore power. Soon people in the elevator start dying, and the suspicion keeps shifting between all in the elevator. Vince is thrown into a mirror only to have his jugular vein sliced causing him to bleed to death, the old woman is hanged on a lamp cord from the elevator ceiling, Ben winds up on the floor with his neck twisted, and Sarah’s throat is slit by a broken piece of the mirror. Finally, the old woman, who is the devil and faked her death, is left with Tony, now revealed as Tony Janekowski by his fiancée, Cheryl (Zoie Palmer). Tony confesses to having been responsible for a hit-and-run five years ago in which he killed a mother and her son. Detective Bowden hears him apologize over the radio.

The Devil, powerless now that Tony has repented for his sin, curses before vanishing, and the elevator comes back online, sparing Tony’s life. As the corpses of Sarah, Ben, and Vince are wheeled away, Bowden decides to take Tony into custody, and, while en route, informs him that he is the husband and father of the mother and son Tony killed in that accident. But despite saying he’d gone over what he’d say, or what he would do if they’d ever cross paths, he forgives Tony.

Ramirez, again in a voice-over, says that his mother always reassured him at the end of her stories, “If the Devil is real, then God must be real too.”

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John Brown is a security guard working at the Bradford robotics laboratory in Riverton, Ohio, run by Artemus Bradford and his daughter Brenda, to whom Brown is attracted. Brenda and Artemus create a lifelike robotic foot as part of the Gadget Program, a program to create cybernetically augmented police officers. Tycoon Sanford Scolex attacks the lab, steals the foot, and has Artemus murdered before escaping in his limo. Brown chases him down in his car, and in the ensuing chase Scolex blows up Brown’s car and leaves him for dead. A bowling ball coming from the blast of Brown’s car crushes Scolex’s hand, forcing him to replace it with a mechanical claw.

Brown barely survives the explosion, and due to his devotion to pursuing her father’s killer, Brenda chooses him to be the first test subject for the Gadget Program. Under Brenda’s guidance, Brown becomes Inspector Gadget, equipped with a variety of crimefighting and investigating tools, as well as a car named the Gadgetmobile run by an AI program. Scolex creates the alias “Claw” and, with his scientist Kramer and minion Sykes, plots to use the technology he stole to make robotic mercenaries to sell to the world. However he is unable to get the foot to function due to a control chip left in the lab. Police chief Quimby, seeing Gadget as merely a publicity stunt and not a true police officer, refuses to let him help on the Bradford case, causing Gadget to procure evidence on his own. With help from Penny, Gadget suspects Scolex, who Brenda now works for. Scolex uses Brenda’s robotics research to manufacture a new control chip for his android, a robotic version of Gadget, “Robo-Gadget,” and sets it loose to cause chaos in Riverton. Gadget infiltrates Scolex’s lab but is caught and deactivated, Scolex crushing his control chip.

Brenda, Penny, her dog Brain, and the Gadgetmobile track Gadget to the junkyard but find him unresponsive. Brenda kisses him, and the power of Gadget’s heart reanimates his body without the need for the control chip. After dropping Penny and Brain off at home, Gadget, Brenda and the Gadgetmobile give chase to Scolex’s limo. Gadget and Robo-Gadget are thrown off and do battle, ending with Gadget detaching Robo-Gadget’s head. Gadget uses his helicopter hat to fly to Scolex’s headquarters, where he is planning to escape with Brenda via a helicopter. In the confrontation, Gadget uses an improvised weapon to forcibly activate Claw’s claw, breaking the helicopter’s control stick and causing it to go out of control. Gadget and Brenda use a parasol to escape safely, and Scolex lands via parachute but is arrested by the police. Penny arrives with a guilt-stricken Sykes who surrenders the technology Scolex stole from Brenda and has told Penny everything about Scolex’s plans. Saluted by Quimby, Gadget departs with Brenda and Penny as Scolex vows revenge.

Knights and Demons

 

The story so far…

Years of martial arts training never prepared nineteen-year-old Alysia Knight for the battle she has to face. War is raging in the streets of New Jersey, and surviving the apocalypse means staying clear of monsters preying on the citizens. As a teen, Alysia never dreamed her first years as an adult would be spent fighting demons. However, as the chosen warrior of the Turevila, she must defeat them in order to save the world.

Marvel Knights and Demons

In 1998, Marvel Comics, which had just filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, asked Quesada to work for Marvel in a more exclusive capacity, and contracted him and his Event Comics partners to produce a line of Marvel books dubbed Marvel Knights. As editor of Marvel Knights, Quesada worked on a number of low-profile characters such as Daredevil, Punisher, The Inhumans and Black Panther, encouraging experimentation and using his contacts in the independent comics world to bring in creators such as David W. Mack, Mike Oeming, Brian Michael Bendis, Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. Quesada himself also illustrated a Daredevil story written by film director Kevin Smith.

Marvel Knights stepped away from the long-running story arcs and heavy focus on continuity that was a prime feature of Marvel Comics during this period; instead, the imprint focused on strong stand-alone stories and high production qualities.

In 2000, two-and-a-half years after starting Marvel Knights — and in large part due to the imprint’s success[2] — Quesada was named editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics.

In early 2006 Quesada announced that all ongoing titles under the “Marvel Knights” banner would move to the Marvel Universe imprint and that “Marvel Knights” would afterward contain high-profile limited series. Quesada explained that Marvel Knights…

“is the showcase for “evergreen events” — self-contained limited series that think outside the box, that challenge readers to re-think their favorite Marvel characters and re-evaluate the legends that surround them. In other words, Marvel Knights will be a place for top talent to work without constraints, and deliver the kind of product fans deserve!”

The change began with Daredevil #82, Black Panther #14, Moon Knight #1, Squadron Supreme #1, and Wolverine #42. Marvel Knights Spider-Man became The Sensational Spider-Man with issue #23, and Marvel Knights 4 (featuring the Fantastic Four) became simply 4 with issue #28.

Fury: Peacemaker, by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, was the first limited series to launch under the redefined imprint in February 2006. This was followed by Silver Surfer: Requiem by J. Michael Straczynski and Esad Ribić (2007), Spider-Man: Reign by Kaare Andrews (late 2006), Ghost Rider by Garth Ennis and Clayton Crain (2007), and Captain America: The Chosen (September 2007).

Marvel Knights editor Axel Alonso wrote in a press release:

These stand alone stories won’t just challenge readers to re-think their favorite Marvel legends. . . . Oftentimes, we’ll focus on characters that are off the beaten path — boiling these archetypes down to their cores. We want to build on the tradition of limited series like Ennis and Crain’s Ghost Rider, Frank Cho’s Shanna, the She-Devil and Robert Rodi and Ribić’s Loki — each of which offered very distinct visions for Marvel characters, and each of which — judging by sales numbers — were embraced by fandom.”

Marvel Knights became dormant after 2013.

Demon Knights

 

The first arc opens with Jason Blood and Madame Xanadu arriving at the town of Little Spring. While in the local tavern, they find themselves among the likes of Vandal Savage, Sir Ystin, Al Jabr, and Exoristos. Outside the town, the impending horde of The Questing Queen and Mordru composed of barbarians, magically enchanted dinosaurs, and mechanical man-powered dragons is heading towards the town. The Queen wishes to go through Little Spring to reach the rich city of Alba Sarum and take it by surprise. When the horde meets resistance from the heroes, the Queen decides the only choice of action is to contain and destroy the town. Vandal tells the villagers that the only means of survival is to evacuate, having once served in the Questing Queen’s horde. However to save the town from an oncoming fireball, Xanadu creates a magical barrier sealing Little Spring inside and out until sunrise. The Horsewoman is able to get through the barrier and heads to warn Alba Sarum and bring reinforcements. As the heroes and villagers prepare for the battle to come, Sir Ystin receives a vision from Merlin. He reveals to Ystin the source of his immortality and his yearning to seek the holy grail. Merlin also explains that Camelot itself is a city which is reincarnated over the centuries, meaning to be the best of humanity but always falling before its time. Vandal defects to the Queen, escaping Little Spring by an underground passage, and is made general for her forces. Finally day breaks, and Xanadu’s barrier falls. The result is a brutal slaughter of the villagers of Little Spring. Vandal reveals his real intentions were to capture the horde’s supply lines for himself but is discovered by the Queen. She open fires on her own forces which causes routing and chaos. The forces of Alba Sarum arrive and force the Questing Queen to retreat but Little Spring and its people are devastated.

After the battle, the group is summoned by the Princesses Alba and Sarum. They have built their city in the hopes of creating a new Camelot and even had Merlin aiding them. Yet Merlin himself was mysteriously murdered and without his help, the princesses are unable to fulfill their promise of creating a new Camelot and will be unable to marry. Xanadu explains that the only means of resurrecting Merlin is to retrieve his soul from Avalon. The princesses give them a ship and weapons to travel to Britain and find a way into Avalon. Meanwhile, Etrigan plans with his master, Lucifer, to take Avalon for themselves. After a battle with pirates while crossing the English Channel, the heroes arrive in Britain which has been recently plagued by giant ravenous animals. They track the source of the monsters to the abandoned ruins of Camelot. The only remaining structure is now an eerie tower which beams sickly green light. The heroes are then attacked by an undead incarnation of King Arthur as the light turns all of the Demon Knights into monsters which resemble their darkest desires save for Madame Xanadu. The undead King Arthur leads them to a cave where he uses the waters of Camelot to revert their transformations. With the help of the Demon Knights, Arthur leads an assault on the tower. As they enter, it is revealed that the source of the dark magic about the ruins is the work of Morgaine le Fey. Morgaine captures King Arthur and the Demon Knights and explains that she plans to use them as sacrifices to leave her own decrepit form and possess Merlin’s. After escaping, the heroes confront Morgaine but she uses her magic to possess Arthur instead. With his last ounce of strength, Arthur destroys the magical center of the tower and brings it crumpling down. While Morgaine is stopped, the knights are unable to find passage into Avalon and an enraged Etrigan sends them all to Hell.

In hell, the Demon Knights are faced with their own individual torments as Lucifer and Etrigan plan their next move. Exoristos’s torment is to be chained to the shores of Themyscira, unable to reach it. Lucifer appears before her and offers her release if she carries a black diamond back to Earth. This leaves Jason Blood behind in the ruins of Camelot and prepares to enter Hell to save Xanadu until he is interrupted by the Questing Queen. The Queen makes a deal with Jason to force the swap between him and Etrigan so that he may rescue Xanadu. Meanwhile, Sir Ystin breaks free from his torment and begins rescuing the other Demon Knights and they make plans to escape to Avalon with Merlin’s body. Meanwhile, both the Questing Queen and Lucifer makes plans to invade Avalon and take it for themselves. It’s during this that Sir Ystin explains to Exoristos, after she tries to make a pass at him, that he is “not just a man or a woman. [He is] both.” The heroes finally make their way to Avalon but are attacked by Avalon’s forces as well as those of Lucifer and the Questing Queen. A massive battle between the forces of Earth, Heaven, and Hell erupts as King Arthur appears with his knights from across the ages. Merlin is slowly rejuvenated by the magic of Avalon and tells them to create rain which Al Jabr provides. The rain of Avalon weakens Lucifer’s demons and cleanses the enchantments on the Queen’s dinosaurs. With both forces defeated, the Demon Knights are victorious and Merlin dubs them the first incarnation of Stormwatch. On their return to Earth, the Demon Knights go their separate ways.

Thirty years later, the Demon Knights are brought together again by an aged Al Jabr (being the only non-immortal). He says that the vampire Cain is making his way across Europe with a horde of vampires and plans to turn the warriors of Themyscira into his own unstoppable undead army. The Demon Knights finally reunite but are too late as Cain’s forces set sail towards Themyscira. Using Xanadu’s magic, the knights create a makeshift raft and help the Amazons in repelling Cain. However, Sir Ystin believes this battle will mark him being turned into a vampire as told to him by his vision. Though they manage to defeat Cain, Ystin is bitten.

The Cherokee Kid, 1996, USA

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A young homesteader stumbles his way around the Old West–and becomes a legend–in this amiable comedy-western. Sinbad plays Isaiah Turner, whose quest to avenge his mother’s death and find his elder brother leads him to fame and glory.

When greedy land-grabber, Bloomington (Coburn), destroys his family, Isaiah (Sinbad), knows nothing about the world, but vows to someday get revenge. He learns about good and evil by being forced to rob a bank and then capturing the gang. He learns how to live off the land from Otter Bob (Reynolds), the “Best Mountain Man in Texas”. He learns about friendship and loyalty after saving the life of Cortina (Martinez), the “Hero of the Mexican People”. He learns how to shoot from Nat Love (Hudson). He learns about love from Stagecoach Mary (Lewis). It finally comes down to a showdown with the notorious Undertaker (Hines), who’s working for Bloomington. But there’s something about The Undertaker that makes this worse since there’s a rumor that he killed Isaiah’s brother, Jedediah.

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This definitive introduction to the gnostic scriptures provides a crucial look at the theology, religious atmosphere, and literary traditions of ancient Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism.

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Adam, Eve, and the Serpent: Sex and Politics in Early Christianity [Paperback]

Jung and the Lost Gospels: Insights into the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library [Paperback]

Who is this King of Glory? [Facsimile] [Paperback]

 

The Nag Hammadi Scriptures: The Revised and Updated Translation of Sacred Gnostic Texts Complete in One Volume Paperback – May 26, 2009 by Marvin W. Meyer (Editor), Elaine H. Pagels (Introduction), James M. Robinson (Contributor). The Nag Hammadi Scriptures, edited by Marvin Meyer, is the most complete, up-to-date, one-volume, English-language edition of the renowned library of Gnostic manuscripts discovered in Egypt in 1945, which rivaled the Dead Sea Scrolls find in significance. It includes the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Mary, and the recently discovered Gospel of Judas, as well as other Gnostic gospels and sacred texts. This volume also includes introductory essays, notes, tables, glossary, index, etc. to help the reader understand the context and contemporary significance of these texts which have shed new light on early Christianity and ancient thought. The compilation of ancient manuscripts that constitute The Nag Hammadi Scriptures is a discovery that challenges everything we thought we knew about the early Christian church, ancient Judaism, and Greco-Roman religions.

 

By Stephan A. Hoeller – Jung and the Lost Gospels: Insights into the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library: 1st (first) Edition Paperback – October 28, 1990 by June Singer (Foreword by) Stephan A. Hoeller (Author).

 

Who Is This King of Glory?: Experiencing the Fullness of Christ’s Work in Our Lives (Understanding God Series) Paperback – January 1, 2002 by Tony Evans (Author). Jesus’ parables and teaching come alive in this sweeping study of the four Gospels. Tony Evans shines fresh light on the words of Jesus, giving readers a more personal understanding of Christ’s personality and His work on earth.

The Understanding God series contains the bulk of Pastor Tony Evans’ compelling and hard-hitting resources on the essentials about God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, spiritual warfare, and prophecy. Now available in paperback, readers will not want to be without a single book in the series by this popular and powerful speaker and author.