"so what is the clockwork orange? the clockwork orange is .... (...) ... the sun!"
I love this video. Very sharp and to the point. Such thought-provoking material presented in such a concise, informative manner. This will definitely
go into my favourites. Who would have thought... a clockwork orange, a reference to the sun?
OP, you mentioned you don't necessarily agree with all the things brought up in these youtube videos you embedded. Yet you make no further attempt to
organize your thoughts other than link to several embarrassingly childish youtube videos supplemented with appeals to your sanity and encouragement to
discuss the "topic" presented.
If I'm to assume that you simply wanted to spark a discussion on the quite eclectic holly-wood/occult connection, without any base of topic, then
that doesn't really leave me with any point of reference as to what I'm supposed to reply to. What about holly-wood and the occult? From Metropolis
to The Men Who Stare at Goats, occult/esoteric allusions have always emanated from the movie screen, and will continue to be riddled in with the the
movie 'experience', and I say experience because in the near future more immersible forms of 'movie' entertainment will begin to emerge. A 3-D
environment projected right into your living room, that you could focus your field of vision into- like a 3D imax experience, but improved, and in
your home space. Next, an improvement on the previous system that not only projects a 3D environment, and focuses your attention into it, but also
integrates itself with your entire sensory system, so you could feel as if you were standing/floating right where the camera man would be as he was
filming on set. Still further into the future, technologies will emerge that will allow us to fully 'load' ourselves into a matrix of computers, so
we could experience full-functionality in a virtual reality. Imagine Call of Duty: Modern Warfare where you actually get to feel as if you're running
around and shooting. Sources: www.imdb.com... www.imdb.com... www.imdb.com...
Please try to articulate some sort of thesis in your next thread. Otherwise all you'll get is a wall of non-pertinent nonsense. You need to establish
a base of discussion so the topic has a foundation. Because even though holly-wood is for the most part pointed in one direction, it's not as
monolithic as you might think. Sometimes a seemingly blatant occult connection is simply coincidence, sometimes a hot-shot actor who's been reading a
little too much misinformation/disinformation while under the effects of Cannabis will persuade the writing team into injecting some offbeat
plot-element into the script. Sometimes the writer(s) of a production are Freemasons, or otherwise knowledgeable about the Mysteries whether by
initiation or through personal interest. You see writers do a lot of reading. They read a lot of fiction. They read a lot of non-fiction and don't
bother to do their fact checking. This in-forms their mind, and this information is then reorganized in their mind and shows up in the worlds that
they create in their writing. You see over in holly-wood there isn't some committee of hollywood big leaguers coming up with all these occult
innuendos and making sure that they're injected into their films. When that happens it's usually war propaganda, and it probably comes from a
whisper in the ear from the DOD. Think Top Gun and 300. Much of the occult tidbits you find in hollywood don't come from the top down. Yes there are
anti's in holly-wood. Yes there are seemingly 'anti-' movies that actually serve to supplant in the mind of the viewer in-formation that will
affect social change if enough millions have viewed it. Mass psychology works folks. But it isn't the norm in holly-wood.