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So, Ive been watching a bit of very recent sci fi TV to see what more cats are being let out of the bag as far as the reality of our existence etc.

 

Example 1:

The latest was Star Trek, new worlds:

 

Episode 2: They go to rescue a planet & inhabitants from suspected comet collision. Comet turns out to be protected by alien race who will kill to protect their sacred god of life.  Crew get onto the comet and find a giant golden egg.

Aliens fire contact the ship and state that the comet is their god who they are sworn to protect. It is all powerful and brings life wherever it goes and hence cannot be destroyed.

Later they figure out that the egg can be opened by....frequency tones. They literally sing it open 😳

By doing that it splits in two and makes a perfect replica of itself. The crew then realise that when it split it created rain, which brings life to the planet and the inhabitants..... WHAT!! 

This subject brings together many ancient beliefs that were here on Earth.

 

Example 2:

Westworld,  which is all about the rise of sentient robots that are indistinguishable from humans, but stronger and with some other talents. In the beginning they were all trapped in a rich mans live action virtual game playground. The rich can go to a theme park - West- World in this case, and behave any way they want to the robots. The robots get patched up and sent back out to go repeat it all over again in an endless loop of cruelty and debased behaviour from the rich humans. Eventually the robot programs start to glitch and they begin to wake up. Of the awake robots various robot leaders emerge ( women mostly,) they work together to overthrow the system via destroying the central core.

 

Finally after 3 seasons there is a big war and the system is torn down, ( or so we think). Many of the sentient robots escape and try to live a normal life but some are on a revenge grudge path and want to get back at the 'elites' who enslaved them. 

 

In the recent series, right there in episode 2 after they have risen and some have integrated into society, there is one robot in particular who wants to find out who is behind it all so she can take the elites down. So they visit a big country house that a politician lives in, and realises that they are basically robot clones of the original people. Anyway, in this episode there is a big fight between the good robot and the clones and eventually good robot plugs into their core chip database and asks the clone  "what is your purpose" and the reply is " to be agents of the New World Order" !!!

 

I nearly fell off my chair!

 

What truths have you seen in recent sci-fi?

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5 hours ago, RobinJ said:

What truths have you seen in recent sci-fi?

 

This truth in the movie 'The Dark Tower' this shows the guy drawing a circle & explains to the boy ' this is where we live and at the center there is a Black magnetic tower that protects our universe'. What he is referring to is the center of earth Mount meru.

 

 

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8 hours ago, alexa said:

 

This truth in the movie 'The Dark Tower' this shows the guy drawing a circle & explains to the boy ' this is where we live and at the center there is a Black magnetic tower that protects our universe'. What he is referring to is the center of earth Mount meru.

 

 

Oh Alexa, Mount Meru is from Hindu tradition.

 

You are gonna get in trouble with Yahweh 😂

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17 hours ago, RobinJ said:

What truths have you seen in recent sci-fi?

 

I don't know about "truths" but there have always been 'interesting' storylines in old sci-fi shows.

 

Episodes 4 and 5 ("Aliens Of London" and "World War Three") of the first series of the 'new' Doctor Who' were on the surface quite laughable, but made you stop and think for a bit.

 

The Doctor (Christopher Eccleston) and Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) return to London, and witness a spaceship crashing into the River Thames.

 

With a crisis unfolding, there is no sign of the Prime Minister or his cabinet, and Downing Street gets taken over by a number of 'junior ministers'.

 

It turns out that these junior ministers are actually aliens in disguise - the Slitheen - who are large reptilian-like beings, that compress themselves into human 'skin-suits', made from their unfortunate victims.

 

Just to stop anyone thinking too deeply about this (after all numerous people have made claims about shapeshifting lizards controlling our planet), a 'bit of humour' was injected by having these aliens prone to 'farting' a lot 🤪, due to the way they compressed themselves into the smaller human skins.

 

A number of scientific 'experts' were summoned to Downing Street, however this new government weren't interested in listening to and acting on their advice, but wanted to kill them all off, including the Doctor!

 

 

To cut a long story short, the spaceship crash was 'faked' by them, and their plan was get hold of nuclear release codes, so that nuclear missiles could be fired into space in order to 'thwart' an incoming alien invasion. But the aim was for the missiles to fall back to Earth, and trigger a massive nuclear war between countries, which would end up destroying the planet, so the alien scavengers could 'sell off the scrap for profit'.

 

Is this "truth" or was writer Russell T Davies merely just plagarising from other accounts of those writing about shapeshifting lizards, or reptilians disguised as humans?

 

Or maybe he wrote this as a 'piss-take' of people like David Icke.

 

Either way, "farting comedy aliens" aside, the two-part story does present some interesting themes - aliens taking over politicians, fake spaceship landing, and a fake alien invasion.

 

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Well Russell T also wrote Years & years tv show. In that it was about people getting assimilated with AI via implanted tech. The young girl in that who had a phone implanted into her hand and fingers and was a tech wiz ultimately took the system down from the inside by way of a kind of virus sent to kill the AI which was running everything. 

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Since Dr Who came back, they seem to chuck in a "modern tech" story every so often. There was one with the Cybermen, hacking smartphones to control the population. Then one about called The Bells of St John a few years after that...."something dangerous is lurking in the city's wifi signals." Sure.

 

Gave up on Who when the gay LGBLT+ agenda completely took over.

 

 

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Oh, and while I think of it, there was a recent Australian tv series called The Feed which was about teenagers at school who had brain implants. They were then totally controlled by those who had an app.

This is now happening in Australia, it was announced very recently something that was very close to this concept in the news.

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2 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Since Dr Who came back, they seem to chuck in a "modern tech" story every so often. There was one with the Cybermen, hacking smartphones to control the population. Then one about called The Bells of St John a few years after that...."something dangerous is lurking in the city's wifi signals." Sure.

 

Gave up on Who when the gay LGBLT+ agenda completely took over.

 

 

yeah the last Doc I liked was Tennant. After that the writing went badly downhill

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Well knock me down with a feather! In the final series of The Umbrella Academy there are so many truth bombs and symbology in it I was struggling to keep up with them all. This is just from the final episode:

 

 

'We live inside a machine inside another universe that someone else created'

"The particles inside their bodies are the only thing that power the machine"

"You are killing them"- "everything in life has a price"

 

They go through a tunnel to get to another dimension which is guarded by 7 super powerful beings. They need 7 people to join their powers. 

Along with the symbology: pentagrams/ chequered floors at the end of the world/ end of the world is like a phoenix event with a big ball of fire that is destroying all humanity / spinning cube/ the void ( a place we go to after death, a kind of limbo)/ the mad scientist in charge is revealed as an AI robot / resetting the new world is about using truth, love and trust....

 

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On 7/10/2022 at 3:36 AM, RobinJ said:

Example 2:

Westworld

 

In the recent series, right there in episode 2 after they have risen and some have integrated into society, there is one robot in particular who wants to find out who is behind it all so she can take the elites down. So they visit a big country house that a politician lives in, and realises that they are basically robot clones of the original people. Anyway, in this episode there is a big fight between the good robot and the clones and eventually good robot plugs into their core chip database and asks the clone  "what is your purpose" and the reply is " to be agents of the New World Order" !!!

 

The unsettling thing about westworld though is that the robots may in fact represent us, trapped in this material reality and trying to make sense of a wider reality

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5 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

The unsettling thing about westworld though is that the robots may in fact represent us, trapped in this material reality and trying to make sense of a wider reality

 You know, that struck me too as i was watching this last series in particular. There are so many parallels with what we are going through and the potential struggle ahead.

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The symbolism in this scene is quite something. Using the cash-wad as a means to burn down the symbol of our enslavement, our from-birth conditioning: 

 

 

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Westworld continues to drop bomb after bomb and connect with what we are experiencing. I watched episode 5 last night of series 4. 

The words ' order from chaos' - the well known deep state mantra were dropped twice in one show. 

The giant black and red orb which controls everything was invented by a genius human who goes mad.Hints at autism were given as to why he was 'different'

Every so often the system, which makes and predicts the future, resets and chaos insues. However there are always some 'outliers' who dont get gobbled by the system reset, instead they operate on the fringes of society and buck the system (!)They live free after the system reset and humanity starts again... Each time the system resets they try to get the outliers into the system to control their lives/ thoughts/ actions.

 

One main character who is an 'elite' who has played the game a lot is suffering from not being able to distinguish reality from the game. He was a particularly nasty character.

 

Now the ex robots who are now sentient are trying to save humanity. We discover that all humanity is programmed to live their life the way the system wants them to, it's all preordained. They are set free from their programs. Some cannot handle it and commit suicide, many descend into bad behaviour.

The ones that dont fit in the system and are caught get sent to 're-education centers to be reprogrammed.....

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Going back to Doctor Who, another story that I found quite compelling was "The Long Game".

 

Just to remind all that this was written in 2005, and the story is set in the year 200,000, supposed duing the period of the "fourth bountiful human empire".

 

I think this story (again by Russell T Davies) speaks volumes about the society we are rapidly heading towards, once that has been manipulated "from above" by dark powers.

 

It also says a lot about modern journalism, and how the media is used against us all.

 

 

 

 

 

Of course, Satellite 5 makes a reappearance in the series' cliff-hanger episodes, set one hundred years later...

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So Ive watched another Westworld episode. Yee gods, it is one complicated mo-fo to follow. Another rather interesting thing Ive noticed in this last series is that they have used a lot of Bowie music, which makes me wonder how much he may or may not have known, and possibly why he was determined not to do the whole celebrity side show thing.

That aside, it is also rather interesting that D.Icke has been writing about it of late. Westworld is heading towards the total anhiliation of the human race and the robot race. A complete obliteration of all life where just a very few might survive.

We have robots who are sentient, who replicate themselves as 'copies', they free themselves from enslavement to the game then go on a mission to save humans.

We have humans who are locked in a world which is totally programmed for them in every aspect, non of their actions are their own but they are not aware, non of their emotions are real either....

We have some crossovers who are trying to save both the robot nation and the humans. And, we also have transcendence mentioned twice in one episode and the statement that nobody will transcend out of this world. Finally, there is a huge power grid and power matrix tower which controls it all.

There is also a 'man in black' who has always been determined to find the center of the 'game' at all costs. 

oof! 

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50 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

I think he's still on the moon.

 

This is an edited video. The full video continues to show when she asked him where the restroom was, and he gave the very same answer. Then Mr. Buzz poses for pictures with a guy dressed up like Jar Jar Binks before returning to autographing Neil Armstrong bobble head dolls.

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propaganda on all sides...be careful what you believe to be 'true.' As with the shape of the planet, it's largely irrelevant if we have been or not. We could be from the moon or other planets for all we know.

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1 hour ago, KingKitty said:

I think he's still on the moon.

 

This is an edited video. The full video continues to show when she asked him where the restroom was, and he gave the very same answer. Then Mr. Buzz poses for pictures with a guy dressed up like Jar Jar Binks before returning to autographing Neil Armstrong bobble head dolls.

 

What happened to the guy dressed up like Jar Jar Binks ❓

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Has anyone seen the latest series of  "The Capture?" ( BBC I think)

This show is about the use of deep fake AI in both media and politics to control the narrative. I suspect this series is about as close to the truth of how we are controlled by media as we are likely to get. The show revolves around a golden boy politician who is heading for the top job. Our own spooks decide to manipulate him for their own ends, and to show who really controls things. Its actually quite a good program, but it does have the usual stuff- black good guy, white folks lording it over everyone, and a heroine who saves the day.

The most interesting part is them showing how deep fakes are scripted and deployed into media via a kind of hologram.

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