posted on Nov, 21 2009 @ 02:02 AM
The robot's rebellion.
The human race has been relocated to a underground city located beneath the Earth's surface. In the underground city, the population are entertained
by holographic TV which broadcasts sex and violence and robotic police force enforces the law. In the underground city, society controls all life, all
citizens are drugged to control their emotions and their behavior and sex is a crime. Factory worker THX-1138 stops taking the drugs and he breaks the
law when he finds himself falling in love with his room-mate LUH 3417 and is imprisoned when LUH 3417 is pregnant. Escaping from jail with illegal
programmer SEN 5241 and a hologram named SRT, THX 1138 goes in search of LUH 3417 and escape to the surface, whilst being pursued by robotic
policemen. Everything in this society is very clean, white and hygenic and everyone is bald to remove any sense of individuality. There is no colour
in this movie, everything is white and bright, which gives the sense that there is no diversity and no life. Everyone is one and the same, even though
they have different roles and jobs. Everyone is essentially a clone or a biological robot and the elites fantazise about people being mindless
servants in their pyramid like what a robot is. The main job of THX 1138 is to make the very thing, which oppresses himself and everyone else in
society, the robotic police. Even though the system oppresses himself, the system needs him in order to survive. It is a symbiotic relationship. The
end of this movie gives away the fact that THX 1 1 3 8 is a metaphor for society and the occultic elites always speak in metaphors. When THX 1 1 3 8
escapes from the underground society or the Underworld as ancient Egypt, Greece and the Central American civilizations called it, all that can be seen
is THX 1 1 3 8 being overpowered by the Sun and then the movie ends. The imagry of THX 1 1 3 8 escaping from the Underworld and the Sun is straight
out of the ancient Egyptiain civilisation. This movie is a metaphor for material civilization and it is saying that civilization and the people who
make it up who are mindless servants of the system and the elites is the Underworld as portrayed in the movie. This movie has a very deep occultic or
Masonic influence to it and the Freemasons like to use the symbolism and metaphors of ancient Egypt. Hollywood or Holy Wood as it is known in
witchcraft is the propaganda arm of the Illuminati. This movie was made by George Lucas and his later movie, Star Wars, makes it clear that he places
occultic concepts into his movies.
At the end of the Star Wars movie, Luke Skywalker looks at his hand and he realises that he is turning into a robot like his father, Darth Vader.
Darth Vader is a biological robot and he is a mindless servant of the Emperor and Darth Vader has no humanity and no compassion or humanity.
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