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Old 23-10-2011, 02:00 AM   #141
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Old 23-10-2011, 09:55 PM   #142
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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Swedish: Män som hatar kvinnor, literally Men Who Hate Women) is a 2009 Swedish mystery film crime thriller film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Swedish author/journalist Stieg Larsson, the first book in his "Millennium series", directed by Niels Arden Oplev...

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In 1981, she decided to retire. She returned four years later, to star in The Erotic World of Linda Wong. She was planning yet another comeback in 1987 when she died of a drug overdose...

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http://youtu.be/Z7BuQFUhsRM

One of Cypher's most famous quotes from the movie is "Ignorance is bliss", which he utters while speaking with Agent Smith, referring to the state of people inside the Matrix...He also stated his desire to be "someone important, like an actor." or maybe a politician again.

Don't F**k with the Wongs ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74ABm...yer_detailpage
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There are 27 members, and every single one of them knows ju jutsu. ...and they all have dragon tattoos..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertie_Ahern

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"Osaka" literally means "large hill" or "large slope."


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gir...too_(2009_film)

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Old 23-10-2011, 10:36 PM   #143
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Yakuza (ヤクザ or やくざ ?), also known as gokudō (極道?), are members of traditional organized crime syndicates in Japan. The Japanese police, and media by request of the police, call them bōryokudan (暴力団), literally "violence group", while the yakuza call themselves "ninkyō dantai" (任侠団体 or 仁侠団体), "chivalrous organizations". The yakuza are notoriously known for their strict codes of conduct and very organized nature. They are very prevalent in the Japanese media and operate internationally with an estimated 102,400 members.

Man From the South...

He has taken forty-seven fingers from various people and has lost eleven ...(ya-ku-za, or 8-9-3, is a losing hand in Oicho-Kabu, a form of blackjack).

Yubitsume, or the cutting of one's finger, is a form of penance or apology. Upon a first offence, the transgressor must cut off the tip of his left little finger and hand the severed portion to his boss. Sometimes an underboss may do this in penance to the oyabun if he wants to spare a member of his own gang from further retaliation...

Many yakuza have full-body tattoos. These tattoos, known as irezumi in Japan, are still often "hand-poked", that is, the ink is inserted beneath the skin using non-electrical, hand-made and hand held tools with needles of sharpened bamboo or steel. The procedure is expensive and painful and can take years to complete...


When new members join, they are often required to remove their trousers as well and reveal any lower body tattoos...



Despite uncertainty about the single origin of yakuza organizations, most modern yakuza derive from two classifications which emerged in the mid-Edo Period: tekiya, those who primarily peddled illicit, stolen or shoddy goods; and bakuto, those who were involved in or participated in gambling...

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Universal Studios Japan is located in the Konohana waterfront district, on land previously occupied by Sumitomo Metal Industries. The site selection was controversial due to contamination issues.

During its 25-year occupancy, ending 1989, Sumitomo buried over 700,000 tons of materials laced with PCBs, heavy metals, and other carcinogens. "We dumped the solid metal waste out in the open, piled it up, and then just covered it with dirt as ordered by Sumitomo. We did not encase it or anything to protect it from the elements."

Further environmental testing went ahead in 1998. It revealed overwhelming environmental damage. Chlorine contamination was 12 times higher than the Japanese standard, lead 1.7 times, arsenic 3.5 times, mercury 1.2 times and selenium 15 times higher. High concentrations of chromium, a metal believed to cause lung cancer, were also found...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Rain_(Japanese_film)


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Old 12-11-2011, 09:44 PM   #144
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Lightbulb The Seventh Sign


Signs of the apocalypse are appearing, along with a mysterious wanderer. Father Lucci is the Vatican official investigating them. He dismisses the occurrences as natural, but Abby Quinn believes that they are real...


Father Lucci is revealed to be Cartaphilus, a Roman Centurion and Pilate's porter who struck Jesus before his death and was sentenced to wander the Earth until Christ returned to judge mankind...



Abby, who is soon to give birth, discovers that she is actually the reborn woman some identify as Seraphia, the woman who offered Christ water during the Crucifixion but was turned away by Cartaphilus...




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Old 14-11-2011, 11:55 PM   #145
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The newborn son of Robert Thorn and his wife, Katherine, dies shortly after birth in Rome. Robert is coerced by Father Spiletto into substituting for the dead child an orphan whose mother died at the same moment, without telling Katherine.



Out of concern for his wife's mental well-being, Robert agrees. They name the child Damien . Soon after, Robert is named U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain.


While posted in England, Robert is plagued by several mysterious events. Damien's nanny hangs herself at his fifth birthday party and a new nanny, Mrs. Baylock , suddenly arrives to replace her, also bringing a dog with her. Father Brennan knows about Damien's origins and warns Robert that his wife is pregnant and that Damien will kill the unborn child. The priest subsequently dies when a lightning rod falls on him and impales him through the side of his neck. Katherine tells Robert that she is pregnant but miscarries when she is knocked off a balcony by Damien.

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Robert travels with Keith to Israel to find Bugenhagen, an archaeologist who knows how to stop the Antichrist. Bugenhagen reveals that Damien will possess a birthmark in the shape of three sixes if he is the Antichrist. Robert learns that the only way to kill Damien is to stab him with the seven daggers of Megiddo. Refusing to murder what he believes is an innocent child, Robert throws the pack of daggers away from them.

When Keith bends to retrieve them, a sheet of glass slides off a runaway truck, flies into him, and decapitates him.



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Old 19-11-2011, 09:22 PM   #146
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Kundun is a 1997 epic biographical film written by Melissa Mathison and directed by Martin Scorsese. It is based on the life and writings of the 14th Dalai Lama, the exiled political and spiritual leader of Tibet. Tenzin Thuthob Tsarong, a grand nephew of the Dalai Lama, stars as the adult Dalai Lama...



The film — "made of episodes, not a plot" — has a straightforward chronology with events spanning from 1937 to 1959; the setting is Tibet, except for brief sequences in China and India... It begins with the search for the 14th mindstream emanation of the Dalai Lama... After a vision by Reting Rinpoche (the regent of Tibet) several lamas disguised as servants discover a promising candidate: a child born to a farming family in the province of Amdo, near the Chinese border...



These and other lamas administer a test to the child in which he must select from various objects the ones that belonged to the previous Dalai Lama...

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Old 21-11-2011, 10:22 PM   #147
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Lightbulb The Fourth Protocol


The plot centres on a secret 1968 East-West agreement to halt nuclear proliferation. One of the clauses, the Fourth Protocol, forbids the non-conventional delivery of a nuclear weapon to a target...



All in all a good engaging read and if you love the international drama involving secret agencies and men of valour, skill and strength then this be sure not to miss this book...


In Glasgow, a Russian sailor is struck by a truck while fleeing from a port guard. Among the dead man's possessions, Preston finds a disk of polonium, which can only be a component of a detonator for an atomic bomb. He informs Harcourt-Smith, but is promptly suspended, as Harcourt-Smith believes that Preston is manufacturing a fake incident to work his way back into MI5. Luckily however, he has the confidence of Sir Bernard Hemmings, the gravely-ill Director of MI5. Preston sets to work and eventually comes across Winkler, a known Czech KGB agent, and tails him from the airport...



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Old 23-11-2011, 05:07 PM   #148
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Not a movie and not sure if it's been mentioned in this thread but thought I'd add 'The Box of Delights' which was orginally a novel by John Masefield and was adapted for children's TV in 1984. Well worth watching as it features many esoteric themes.

The plot is centered around a 'box of delights' which has the power to enable it's possessor to fly, shrink in size and also travel back in time. It's been in the custody for centuries of who we learn is a 600 year old Alchemist who entrusts it to a young boy before he is imprisoned by a group of priests (catholic I believe), the leader of whom is really a black magician only masquerading as a priest.

It features shapeshifting, interdimensional travel, the kidnap of children, technology years in advance of its time, the usual battle between good and evil, hidden occult secrets and a quite remarkable scene at the end where the black magician (masquerading as a priest) conducts multiple evocations of destructive hyperdimensional entities that can control the weather and manipulate circumstances for his own ends.

Highly recommended!

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Old 23-11-2011, 05:27 PM   #149
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Not a movie and not sure if it's been mentioned in this thread but thought I'd add 'The Box of Delights' which was orginally a novel by John Masefield and was adapted for children's TV in 1984. Well worth watching as it features many esoteric themes.

The plot is centered around a 'box of delights' which has the power to enable it's possessor to fly, shrink in size and also travel back in time. It's been in the custody for centuries of who we learn is a 600 year old Alchemist who entrusts it to a young boy before he is imprisoned by a group of priests (catholic I believe), the leader of whom is really a black magician only masquerading as a priest.

It features shapeshifting, interdimensional travel, the kidnap of children, technology years in advance of its time, the usual battle between good and evil, hidden occult secrets and a quite remarkable scene at the end where the black magician (masquerading as a priest) conducts multiple evocations of destructive hyperdimensional entities that can control the weather and manipulate circumstances for his own ends.

Highly recommended!

You can watch all the episodes on Youtube starting here :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUkOsMSN7PI
Reminds me of Harry potter...

In 1990, while she was on a four-hour-delayed train trip from Manchester to London, the idea for a story of a young boy attending a school of wizardry "came fully formed" into her mind...


The Midnight Folk is a children's fantasy novel by John Masefield first published in 1927. It is about a boy, Kay Harker, who sets out to discover what became of a fortune stolen from his sea-faring great grandfather Aston Tirrold Harker (in reality, Aston Tirrold is a village in Oxfordshire). The treasure is also sought by a coven of witches who are also seeking it for their own ends. Kay's governess Sylvia Daisy Pouncer is a member of the coven. The witches are led or guided by the wizard Abner Brown.



Kay Harker is aided in his quest by various talking animals, most notably Nibbins the cat, who used to be a witch's cat but has reformed. There are two other household cats: the main antagonist is Blackmalkin, and he is aided by the mysterious Greymalkin who takes his name from the witch's familiar in the opening scene of Shakespeare's Macbeth...
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Old 23-11-2011, 09:57 PM   #150
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Has anyone seen the film V for Vendetta staring natalie portman and hugo weaving? although a very good film i thought it's packed with masonic images and clearly is about the one world goverment and mind control, you have to watch it to be able to believe it.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=734Hx1X1Gcg

In parts of the film they show what a world would be like if we had curfews, very scary and enlightening at the same time.

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one of my favourite films, the film is more enjoyable when you know whats going on
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Old 23-11-2011, 11:22 PM   #151
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Lightbulb Wurzel Gummidge


Worzel Gummidge was a scarecrow that could come to life... He befriended John and Susan, two children who often had to cover up after him... Worzel had a collection of interchangeable heads; each suiting a particular occasion or allowing him to perform a certain task...



The Crowman, who made Worzel and some of his other scarecrow friends, was better known for his starring role as the title character of Catweazle...






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Old 25-11-2011, 11:47 AM   #152
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The problem with V for Vendetta (which is a really good film) is that it is hard to tell if it is pro- or anti-Masonic.
V's own mirror has the motto Vi veri universum vivus vici which is most famous as Aleister Crowley's motto as a Master of the Temple.
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Old 25-11-2011, 09:57 PM   #153
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The problem with V for Vendetta (which is a really good film) is that it is hard to tell if it is pro- or anti-Masonic.
V's own mirror has the motto Vi veri universum vivus vici which is most famous as Aleister Crowley's motto as a Master of the Temple.

V for Vendetta-Directors cut ...



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Old 02-12-2011, 06:03 PM   #154
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Downstairs,first door on the left...http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=190902

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Old 02-12-2011, 11:17 PM   #155
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its very apparent that masonic symbols are strewn in many Hollywood films and TV shows. my question is, whats the point? why do the filmmakers and executives go to great lengths to include such symbolism in their works?
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The term "symbolism" is derived from the word "symbol" which derives from the Latin symbolum, a symbol of faith, and symbolus, a sign of recognition, in turn from classical Greek συμβόλων symbolon, an object cut in half constituting a sign of recognition when the carriers were able to reassemble the two halves. In ancient Greece, the symbolon, was a shard of pottery which was inscribed and then broken into two pieces which were given to the ambassadors from two allied city states as a record of the alliance.

Symbolists believed that art should represent absolute truths which could only be described indirectly. Thus, they wrote in a very metaphorical and suggestive manner, endowing particular images or objects with symbolic meaning. Jean Moréas published the Symbolist Manifesto ("Le Symbolisme") in Le Figaro on 18 September 1886 (see 1886 in poetry). Moréas announced that symbolism was hostile to "plain meanings, declamations, false sentimentality and matter-of-fact description", and that its goal instead was to "clothe the Ideal in a perceptible form" whose "goal was not in itself, but whose sole purpose was to express the Ideal":

Ainsi, dans cet art, les tableaux de la nature, les actions des humains, tous les phénomènes concrets ne sauraient se manifester eux-mêmes ; ce sont là des apparences sensibles destinées à représenter leurs affinités ésotériques avec des Idées primordiales.

(In this art, scenes from nature, human activities, and all other real world phenomena will not be described for their own sake; here, they are perceptible surfaces created to represent their esoteric affinities with the primordial Ideals.)

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Arrow Witchfinder General

The year is 1645 - the middle of the English Civil War. Matthew Hopkins, an opportunist and witchhunter, takes advantage of the breakdown in social order to impose a reign of terror on East Anglia. Hopkins and his assistant, John Stearne , visit village after village, brutally torturing confessions out of suspected witches. They charge the local magistrates for the work they carry out.


In medieval times, ducking was seen as a foolproof way to establish whether a suspect was a witch... The ducking stools were first used for this purpose but ducking was later inflicted without the chair. In this instance the victim's right thumb was bound to left toe. A rope was attached to her waist and the "witch" was thrown into a river or deep pond. If the "witch" floated it was deemed that she was in league with the devil, rejecting the "baptismal water". If the "witch" drowned she was deemed innocent.This particular method of ducking was also inflicted on the rare occasions when men were accused of witchcraft...



Christchurch was founded in approximately 650 AD by missionaries sent to Wessex by St Birinus, the first Bishop of Dorchester (Oxfordshire)...

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Old 06-12-2011, 01:55 PM   #158
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could you elaborate a bit more? im still not sure as to the real intention. are they mocking those who are not involved in freemasonry? are they communicating with others? and if so, why go about it that way and what message is being conveyed? im not denying that its done, i just dont understand why its done.
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could you elaborate a bit more? im still not sure as to the real intention. are they mocking those who are not involved in freemasonry? are they communicating with others? and if so, why go about it that way and what message is being conveyed? im not denying that its done, i just dont understand why its done.


Communicating with others...Symbolism is the applied use of symbols. It is a representation that carries a particular meaning. It is a device in literature where an object represents an idea. A symbol is an object, action, or idea that represents something other than itself.

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Lightbulb Talk of the Town




The region around what would later be first called Shibboleth was a summer home to the Sioux and Winnebago natives...



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mason_City,_Iowa

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthrea...141992&page=23

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