So I was making a new avatar a few seconds ago when I noticed the pyramid and all seeing eye (see above) in the 1967 tv show The Prisoner, starring
Patrick McGoohan. It's my #1 favorite show of all time, I bought the dvd set not too long ago, I've always seen a NWO-connection to this tv show,
the island on the show is ran by a group of people that would fit the description of the shadow government, illuminati, whatever you want to call
I haven't done an extensive search for these hidden messages, but perhaps this is one of the reasons the show was cancelled. I know the show was a
hit in the UK, and when the final episode aired it outraged people so much, a lot of people went to Mr McGoohan's house to bang on his door and yell
at him in protest.
McGoohan has had a very very interesting carreer, the last film I saw him in was the king in Braveheart.
Just a few things about McGoohan, he wrote most of the series "The Prisoner", he never did what people told him to do, he's a very independent free
thinking kind of person. Here are a few roles he turned down recently:
James Bond, for a James Bond movie in the late 60's or early 70's.
He turned down this role supposedly because he didn't like the sleaze and filth associated with the character, also McGoohan rarely drinks
Dumbledore, for Harry Potter, he was the original choice.
Gandalf, for THe Lord of the Rings, he was the original choice.
Why did he turn those roles down? I don't know, but I really think there is a ton of symbolism in "The Prisoner", the directing style and imagery
reminds me of Stanley Kubrick, for those unfamilliar with the series I highly recommend it.
The show covers subjects such as:
An unknown #1 leader, #2 always being killed off, perhaps an analogy to what really happens in the shadow government.
There is a secret council within the show, who appear insane at times.
The countless eyes and the rover attack balloon.
Don't want to give away any spoilers, and when I make my analysis after watching all the episodes again this time watching very closely I will report
on what I see in greater detail.
There are so many scenes that can be symbolic it will take a long time, I know such analysis have been done for popular movies and tv shows, but even
though the show was and is a cult classic it's not very popular worldwide.
Also something about the image above, there are 8 lights with a 9th light on the ceiling, this peticular piece of imagery I never looked at twice, but
like lightning I remembered I had seen it before, I don't know what it may or may not symbolically represent if anything but when I was a kid I saw a
UFO that looked *exactly* like those 8 lights, it was in a circle and the lights looked just like that, but the lights moved around independently, I
still don't know whether it was 8 different UFOs or 1, also I don't remember one in the center, but for that to be there is very synchronistic for
While looking for a youtube video on the subject of symbolism in The Prisoner I just now found out that Patrick Joseph McGoohan died 6 days ago,
(March 19, 1928 – January 13, 2009). I wish the US news would've mentioned it.
Rest in peace Mr McGoohan.
[edit on 19-1-2009 by Razimus]