And I'm probably way off base, but I just find it rather odd, that in this new movie that just came out called Prisoners that one of the main suspects
in the crime, his name is "ALEX JONES"!!!!
And I won't spoil the movie in case anyone is gonna watch it. It was a pretty good movie. But "ALEX JONES"??? Get real. I wonder about that???
And actually this might sound rather weird, but if you say for example take that movie and think of it on a grand scale....
(for those who have seen the movie....)
I almost wonder if the movie was at all meant to represent real life. Like for example Alex Jones in the movie is like Alex Jones in real life (like
he's this mysterious bridge between tptb and the innocent kids), the 2 kids are representative of the sheeple (most innocent niave people who have no
clue about what's going on). The Alex Jone's mother in the movie is like TPTB or the illuminati, and then the detective and the white girls father are
like perhaps the people that are awake trying to find out the truth.
And to top that off, the name of the movie "Prisoners"? Who are the Prisoners, like anyone living in north america and or the sheeple on the grid?
It kinda almost makes you wonder doesn't it? Your thoughts???
P.S.: and this post is 11, and 7-7. Isn't that an oddity?? hmmmmm
edit on 30-9-2013 by spartacus699 because: (no reason given)
It tells the story of the residents of the small town of Chester's Mill in Maine, where a massive, transparent, indestructible dome suddenly cuts
them off from the rest of the world. With no Internet access, no mobile signals and limited radio communication, the people trapped inside must find
their own ways to survive with diminishing resources and rising tensions."
I don't know what correlation can be made, but yes, I did see the movie, and I did take interest in the character name Alex Jones, and thought it was
just a funny coincidence, but then, I noticed that throughout the entire movie, it was filled with symbolism. Specifically, Jake Gyllenhaal was
wearing a Freemasons ring throughout the entire movie, and his name was Detective Loki, and Loki is known as the Norse god of Strife.
But what I just find it a bit ironic is how it seems to have similarities to real life. like each character representing a specific character on the
grand scale of life. As I know they've done similiar things with movies like: Eyes Wide Shut, The Shining, Starwars, Lord of the Rings, etc etc
They're all meant to depict various aspects of real life.
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