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"Everybody that signed a contract on Star Wars is an initiated witch and I can prove what brotherhood they belong to before they could start. The real reason for Star Wars is that five of the major doctrines of witchcraft are taught all the way through the movie." ~ John Todd (Ex-Illuminati)
George Lucas developed the spiritual format of Star Wars culture to be precisely Kabbalistic. The most popular representation of Kabbalah philosophy has been the Star Wars series of films, comics, and books. It's no accident that George Lucas was tapped to build these projects, and you can be sure that he did not do it alone.
The root derivative of the very name "Lucas" means "wolf". The wolf is one of the Illuminatis' more subtle symbols, yet it is by now a constant infiltrator of film media, and that is to the point: in the Protocols of Zion, the Illuminati name themselves as wolves. Most viewers of the Star Wars films are not aware that George Lucas developed the spiritual format of Star Wars culture to be precisely Kabbalistic.
Within the space of the books and illustrated novels (comic books) following the conclusion of "Episode 6" (Return of the Jedi), Luke Skywalker (Luke = Lucas) travels a new path of exploration of "the Force", during which he attempts, successfully, to fuse the powers of the Good Side with the powers of the Dark Side. He nearly loses out to the temptations of the sheer power of the Dark Side, but he is narrowly saved by the love projected by his sister, Leia. He does not have to give up the Dark Side, once he has been saved.
The Illuminati present Kabbalistic ideas to the public because according to Utilitarian Ethics, "good" and "evil" are simplistic labels that destroy the human ability to make honest decisions.
Hollywood Peddles Specific Occult Themes
Movie "The Dunwich Horror" (1970) and "Star Wars" (1977) were inspired by witchcraft. "The Force" is an occult concept.
Witches don’t say “Witchcraft” and they don’t say “Witches , they say Practisers or something like this, and they say “the force”, they describe him as “the force”. “Star Wars” is the biggest thing that Witchcraft has ever done to spread its doctrine.
The first teaser trailer for JJ Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens was only released a short time ago, but people are already grabbing hold of some of the more striking imagery from the footage and meme-ifying it - namely, the new lightsaber with mini-crossguard sabers on the side:
Then someone noticed that the sword looked an awful lot like an upside-down cross, and naturally...
And finally, the ultimate culmination - and, even though it's just a joke, an idea that would actually be pretty badass:
And with all these extra lightsabers, might as well make a Swiss Army Saber: