And, I actually have what I feel is solid evidence for it. The bee scene reveals it IMHO.
Jupiter is in her mid-twenties in the film and she had never seen bees react to her before? To me the fact that the bees suddenly started acting that
way is a sign that she was in the matrix and the programming of the matrix had been shifted just for her when she started her special journey.
More evidence is found in this dialogue:
You cannot just...blow up a bunch of buildings and get away with it.
Those buildings will be rebuilt by tonight.
Take a look.
Is it more likely that the extraterrestrial beings in "Jupiter Ascending" exist in our real world and can bend the laws of physics, time, and space or
is it more likely that the whole thing was happening in the matrix? I'll go with the latter, easily.
Also, the Matrix films and "Jupiter Ascending" were made by the same people, Lana Wachowski and Lilly Wachowski.
Is the plot of "Jupiter Ascending" consistent with "The Matrix" films? I feel it is. I'm of the belief that Zion was part of the matrix. The entirety
of "The Matrix" saga was nothing but a hoax to extract as much energy as possible from Neo's body, all while he remained asleep.
I've read a theory that the only reason Neo experienced what he did specifically is because the entire thing was tailored for him personally. My
theory is that the same thing is shown from a different character's point of view in "Jupiter Ascending."
There are also many similarities between Neo's journey and Jupiter's journey to consider:
1. Both were told they were the key to saving the human race.
2. Both were told they were unique and very important for their uniqueness.
3. Both were taken on an unbelievable adventure that seemed to come out of a fairy tale.
4. Both were told that Earth is a farm (specifically for the extraction of energy) and that only they could help the prisoners.
I'm sure there are many more similarities between the stories, I'm not doing a completely thorough analysis now. Let's turn to motive.
What's the motive of the matrix to play with people like this?
Answer: To work them up emotionally to create more energy.
A fascinating side note from the end of "Jupiter Ascending":
Jupiter says that she'll never tell her family about what happened because "They'd have [her] locked up." That makes me wonder if these "great
adventures" are quite common in the matrix but everyone keeps their mouth shut about them for fear of being labeled "crazy."
Lots of implications here.
edit on 20-3-2016 by Profusion because: (no reason given)