i think good and evil are very relative , humans created that way of tougth about evil and good
Originally posted by Azazelus
To allude that Star Wars has a hidden agenda is the hight of paranoia.
Star Wars is actually an amazing teaching tool, and also something that can spark ones journey to true knowledge.
Originally posted by yahn goodey
cabala/cabbala/cabalism/cabalist/cabalistic/cabalistical=heb. gabbalah-mystical interpretation/a secret scheming faction in a state.websters dictionary.------------in other words a secret underground government.
anakin=anakim-a giant/giants------they were a terror to the children of israel----numbers 13:22-28 but were driven out of the land by caleb who fought against the "dark side of the force".padme ?possibly padan as found in padan-aram=the plains of mesopotamia. the ancients that rebelled against G-Ds government and followed their satan inspired leader nimrod established babylon in mesopotamia as the capital of their nwo.
Originally posted by DuneKnight
star wars has nothing to do with kabbalah exclusively, its a mix of human culture and beliefs which is why its good. good vs evil is a common theme in storytelling and religion/folklore. i dont see how u can connect the two.
[edit on 28-10-2007 by DuneKnight]
A long, long time ago, in a Galaxy far far away!
I would bet good money that most of them have never picked up as much as a book on ancient kabbala.
Most people see the obvious threads of a movie but fail to look one or two levels deeper into the abyss. I could do a research paper showing more than a hundred allusions to Kabbala within the 6 movies but I dont have the time. So I wrote up a few hints for kabbalists students themselves.
The problem is probably that this information cannot be found on google or some news outlet or in some book. Its information derived from study and then recognized while watching the movie.
Again: The names of the movie have MEANINGS that have been chosen DELIBERATELY.
But if nobody ever dares to speculate, how are we to find out anything new?