One of most mysterious symbols in our culture today is the black cube, which is commonly referred to as the “black cube of Saturn”. There are
monuments of the black cube all around the world (see image below) and even though there are hundreds of articles and posts on the black cube, no-one
really appears to know what it represents or what it is. There are suggestions that the black cube is a reference to a synthetic reality that we
inhabit and that it is a reference to an illusory reality that has been imposed on creatures of the physical plane of existence. One knowledge person
on this subject describes the black cube as “the matrix that is used to bind spirit and consciousness”. The black cube is also often associated
with a prison. No-one seems to know why the black cube is connected to Saturn, but in pop-culture Saturn is often associated with it and Saturn
supposedly has a hexagon on its pole which is a 2-dimensional representation of a cube. The black Saturn cube is often shown balancing on its edge, as
The black cube is also a symbol in Freemasonry as shown
(referred to as the rough and perfect ashlar). Quote: “In speculative Freemasonry, the rough ashlar is an allegory to uninitiated
Freemasons prior to discovering enlightenment [whereas] a perfect ashlar is an allegory to a Freemason who, through Masonic education, works to
achieve an upstanding life, and diligently strives to obtain enlightenment”. Below are pop-culture references to the black cube, just to show how
pervasive this symbol is.
Below is the OMEN gaming computer.
The image below is from the cinematically-stunning video Eric Vs Chvrches Tether and displays the cube throughout various environments on Earth, and
these environments are projected and reflected from the cube, suggesting the Earth itself were in the cube.
The movie Shorts features a black cube which they refer to as the Black Box.
Below is an image from St. Vincent’s “New York” music video.
Below is the movie Black Hollow Cage which is based around a black cube.
The music group “Lost Souls of Saturn” video.
The movie Unknown: 2036 that was on Netflix which is based around a black cube. In this movie, a mysterious cube of unknown origin is discovered on
Mars. The protagonist, Mack, initially refers to the cube as a “cold, black monolith” — which is probably a reference to 2001: Space Odyssey.
After a series of events, it’s revealed that Mack is a construct in a simulation, created as part of a test. In an ambiguous ending, Mack is
apparently revealed to have been inside the cube the whole time, in which she had experienced the simulated reality that had been run by an A.I.
(ARTI) akin to The Matrix.
The movie Kill Switch which is based around a black cube and alternate dimensions.
From the Doctor Who TV series (The Power of Three).
The Monolith from 2001: Space Odyssey. The Monolith was originally designed as a cube. Quote: “Among the new Smithsonian holdings are an early draft
of the novel 2001: Space Odyssey. The two of them, director (Stanley Kubrick) and novelist (Clarke), are conspiring to make what Kubrick describes in
a letter to Clarke as a “really good science fiction movie,” because they both know that there is no such thing; not yet. As they worked together
— conjuring up both the novel and the film — correspondence reveals a preoccupation with “The Cube” (later transmuted into the
The image below is from the movie Infinity Chamber. This movie has black cube symbolism with themes of imprisonment and illusory reality.
The movie Avarice is based around a mysterious black cube.
Obviously we have The Cube movies with people trapped in cube-like environments.
In ancient Egypt there was a god called Iah, who was associated and identified with the god Khonsu (also known as Khons). Iah was considered an
“adult” version of Khonsu. He was associated with the Moon and was the god of time. His Greek equivalent was Kronos as they both ruled over time.
Quote: “A’ah: An early Moon god who evolved into Iah (also known as Yah) and, eventually, Khonsu (Khons). Most, if not all, of the ancient
religions had Saturn in their pantheon of gods. As “Saturn” to the Romans, he was “Kronos/Chronos” to the Greeks. To the Egyptians, he was
alternately “Khons” and “Osiris”. The Babylonians named him “Ninus” while to Assyrians he was known as Bel, Bal or Belus. The Phoenicians,
Carthaginians and Canaanites referred to Saturn as Baal or Baalim. Below is a figurine of Iah/Khonsu/Khons/Saturn holding what appears to be a square
or cube in their hand. Iah became assimilated with Osiris who fused with Ptah. Ptah was the creator god or Memphis Demiurge who brought himself into
existence”. The cube is often portrayed as something humans reside within.
From the 2019 movie Escape Room.
The image below is from the movie Cabin.
Image below is from the movie Transformers.
The cube from the movie Justice League.
The cube from the TV series Sherwood which is essentially a giant underwater prison.
Below is an image from the TV series The OA.
The cube from the Intel commercial.
The cube from the Northlane Singularity cover.
The cube from the HellRaiser movies.
The cube from the Hunger Games.
The black cube from the music video Southern Sun.
The cube from the Marvel Universe which is basically a giant prison.
edit on 3-12-2019 by Nathan-D because: (no reason given)