Friday, December 21, 2012

Hidden Illuminati Messages in Movies?

Just a Boy?
The dark haired, so-called 'anti-Christ'


It's not what you were expecting

You were expecting some story of some solitary male figure.  One with dark hair.  And perhaps some Jewish ancestry.  Who is presented as the 'anti-Christ' - a perspective bent to fit the preferred view of the Papacy, that it is not the anti-Christ.  IOW- "satan" merely meaning "adversary" from the perspective of the Papacy.  As more or less in the Rosemary Baby, and The Omen franchises.  Neither mention the topic of Jewish heritage.  But with both the idea of the dark unknown figure.  With "Adrian" and "Damian" - perpetuating a 'horned devil' concept contrary to the Bible which identifies the devil not as any horned being but rather as a beautiful cherub.  And with Rosemary's Baby, one born in mid-1966 - the year invocative of '666' and/or a thing for the number '6', which Anton LaVey founded what he termed the 'Church of Satan' that April 30.

Takes place in New York

Adrian \a-drian, ad-rian\ as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Adrian), is pronounced AY-dree-an. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Adrian is "from Hadria". Place name: Hadria was a town in northern Italy, which gave its name to the Adriatic Sea. The name was borne by the Roman emperor Publius Aelius Hadrianus (second century AD). Hadrian's Wall was built across northern England during his reign. Also the name of the 12th-century pope Adrian IV (the only English pope in history). First popular in the 1950s in Britain. Hollywood costume designer Adrian; actorAdrien Brody.
Adrian has 27 variant forms: Ade, Adiran, Adrain, Adrean, Adreean, Adreyan, Adreeyan, Adriaan, Adriano, Adrien, Adrin, Adrino, Adrion, Adron, Adryan, Adya, Arjen, Aydrean, Aydreean, Aydrian, Aydrien, Edrian, Hadrian, Hadriano, Hadrien, Haydrian and Haydrien.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/1/Adrian#Cc2mL56pJPfcrXsf.99

Damian \d(a)-mian\ as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Damian), is pronounced DAY-mee-en. It is of Greek origin. Possibly means "to tame, subdue", though the Greek root is also close to the word for "spirit". The Belgian priest Father Damien is honored as the man who gave his life helping the lepers of Molokai in Hawaii. Saint Damien (third century) is known as the patron saint of physicians. Demyan is the Russian form. AuthorDamon Runyon; ballet dancer Damien Woetzel.
Damian has 19 variant forms: Daemon, Daimen, Daimon, Daman, Damen, Dameon, Damiano, Damianos, Damianus, Damien, Damion, Damon, Damyan, Damyen, Damyon, Dayman, Daymian, Daymon and Demyan.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/1/Damian#vYwDDZe8ZyX7IeqL.99

Yet within Rosemary's Baby we get to hear a glimpse of a reference to something a bit more. 


At several times through the movie, we hear her considering names for the child, as either a boy or a girl; a few times she mutters to herself -- "Andy or Jenny".  Though when she is asked by her friend "Hutch" -- right at his final appearance in this movie, falling victim to a witch coven's spell for learning too much -- at 1 hr 7 minutes into the movie dvd, she provides an expanded scope of consideration:

      Andrew or Douglas for a boy,
      Melinda or Sarah for a girl.

The names 'Andrew Douglas - Melinda Sarah' also appear in the 1967 book.  It took 14 years to write by author by Ira Levin.  And it was released that March 12, a mere 15 months before the June 12, 1968 release of the movie directed by Roman Polanski - here shown with his newlywed wife Sharon Tate, January 20, 1968.



Paramount studio head Robert Evans brought Polanski to America ostensibly to direct the film Downhill Racer, but told Polanski that he really wanted to him to read the horror novel Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin [44] to see if a film could be made out of it.[45] Polanski read it non-stop through the night and the following morning decided he wanted to write as well as direct it. He wrote the 272 page screenplay for the film in slightly longer than three weeks.[46] The film, Rosemary's Baby (1968), was a box-office success and became his first Hollywood production, thereby establishing his reputation as a major commercial filmmaker. The film, a horror-thriller set in trendy Manhattan, is about Rosemary Woodhouse (Mia Farrow),[47] a young housewife who is impregnated by the devil. Polanski's screenplay adaptation earned him a second Academy Award nomination.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Polanski 
Tate and Sebring traveled to London to prepare for filming, where she met the Alexandrian Wiccan High Priest and High Priestess Alex and Maxine Sanders.[6] Meanwhile, as part of Ransohoff's promotion of Tate, he arranged the production of a short documentary called All Eyes on Sharon Tate, to be released at the same time as Eye of the Devil. It included an interview with Eye of the Devil director J. Lee Thompson, who expressed his initial doubts about Tate's potential with the comment "We even agreed that if after the first two weeks Sharon was not quite making it, we would put her back in cold storage", but added he soon realized Tate was "tremendously exciting".[1]
Tate played Odile, a witch who exerts a mysterious power over a landowner, played by Niven, and his wife, played by Kerr. Although she did not have as many lines as the other actors, Tate's performance was considered crucial to the film, and she was required, more than the other cast members, to set an ethereal tone. Niven described her as a "great discovery," and Kerr said that with "a reasonable amount of luck" Tate would be a great success.[1] In interviews Tate commented on her good fortune in working with such professionals in her first film and said that she had learned a lot about acting simply by watching Kerr at work. Much of the filming took place in France, and Sebring returned to Los Angeles to fulfill his business obligations. After filming, Tate remained in London where she immersed herself in the fashion world and nightclubs. Around this time she met Roman Polanski.
Polanski returned to the United States, and was contracted by the head of Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, to direct and write the screenplay for Rosemary's Baby, which was based on Ira Levin's novel of the same name.[5] Polanski later admitted that he had wanted Tate to star in the film and had hoped that someone would suggest her, as he felt it inappropriate to make the suggestion himself. The producers did not suggest Tate, and Mia Farrow was cast. Tate reportedly provided ideas for some of the key scenes, including the scene in which the protagonist, Rosemary, is impregnated. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharon_Tate




 



It's almost like the Mia Farrow character is speaking of a couple, each with a couple of names.

  Andrew Douglas -- Melinda Sarah

"Andrew" is the name  in the movie sequal "Look What's Happened To Rosemary's Baby" with "Adrian" told by his Mom that his real name is "Andrew"; and it's in a subsequent book only sequel "Son of Rosemary" .   

Andrew \a-nd-rew, an-drew\ as a boy's name is pronounced AN-droo. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Andrew is "man, warrior". English form of the Greek name Andreas. Biblical: the first chosen of the 12 apostles. Saint Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland and Russia. The "Saint Andrew's Cross", representing Scotland, appears on the flag of the UnitedKingdom. Andras is a Welsh form; Andy is the pet form. See also Andino, Jedrek, and Kendrew. AmericanPresidents Andrew Jackson and Andrew Johnson; industrialist Andrew Carnegie; Prince Andrew, Duke of York; actorsAndy Devine, Andy Griffith, Andy Garcia; artists Andrew Wyeth, and Andy Warhol; baseballplayer Andruw Jones.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/1/Andrew#HDO2oKlbQaygTZ1b.99

Douglas \do(ug)-las\ as a boy's name is pronounced DUG-less. It is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Douglas is "black river". Place name. Historical: there were two branches of this powerful Scottish clan and family - the Black Douglases and the Red Douglases. The lords of these clans are key figures in Sir Walter Scott's novels. Actors Douglas Fairbanks, father and son; author Douglas Adams; General Douglas MacArthur.
Douglas has 3 variant forms: Doug, Douglass and Dugaid.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/1/Douglas#dsDg8gfMIwPFyV8F.99

Melinda \m(e)-lin-da, mel(i)-nda\ as a girl's name is pronounced ma-LIN-dah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Melinda is "sweet". Modern name coined in the 18th century from the word "melitus".
Melinda has 17 variant forms: Linda, Lindy, Linnie, Lynda, Maillie, Malina, Malinda, Malinde, Mallie, Mally, Malynda, Mandy, Melina, Melinde, Meline, Mellinda and Melynda.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Melinda#Righ5gcBIYVH1Idj.99

Sarah \s(a)-rah\ as a girl's name is pronounced SARE-ah. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Sarah is "princess". Biblical: originally called Sarai, Sarah shared an adventurous nomadic life with her husband Abraham. She is described as being exceptionally beautiful even into her older years. The name became popular in the 16thcentury. Both Sara (popular in Germany) and Sarah are used in blended and compound names. See also Sahara. Actresses Sarah Bernhardt, Sarah Siddons, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sarah Michelle Gellar; singer Sarah Vaughn; poet Sara Teasdale; Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York; figure skater Sarah Hughes.
Sarah has 58 variant forms: Sadee, Sadella, Sadelle, Sadellia, Sadie, Sadye, Saidee, Saira, Sairah, Sal, Sallee, Salley, Sallie, Sally, Sara, Sarabeth, Sarahlee, Sarahlynn, Sarai, Saraia, Sarajane, Sarajean, Saralee, Saralyn, Saralynn, Saramae, Sareen, Sarely, Sarena, Sarette, Sari, Sarika, Sarina, Sarine, Sarita, Sarka, Sarolta, Sarotta, Sarotte, Saroya, Sarra, Sarrah, Sasa, Sera, Serach, Serah, Serita, Shara, Shari, Soraya, Sorcha, Sydel, Sydelle, Zahra, Zara, Zarah, Zaria and Zarita.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Sarah#7BpfhZBT4egyCmK0.99

Jennie \j(en)-nie\ as a girl's name. Diminutive of Janet or Jennifer. Used as an independent name since the 19th century. Swedish soprano Jennie Lind; talk show host Jenny Jones.
Jennie has 5 variant forms: Jenee, Jennee, Jenney, Jenni and Jenny.
For more information, see also related names Eugenia, Genevieve and Guinevere.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Jennie#z5JcB4qaJguLLOyI.99

Guinevere \gu(i)-neve-re, guin(e)-vere\ as a girl's name is pronounced GWIN-a-veer. It is of Welsh origin, and the meaning of Guinevere is "fair and smooth". An early form of Jennifer. Mythology: King Arthur's queen.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Guinevere#yUIoOJ4UU6Cc2Kdd.99

Sarah.  Wife of Abraham.

Guinevere- indicative of what I would call the "Camelot Ritual" - that is, things are as good as things are good between her and her eternal consort -

Think:

     Adam and Eve
     Abraham and Sarah
     Joseph and Mary
     Arthur and Guinevere - and thus the concept of Camelot - and hence to get along ...

Also there's the figure and the added drama of "Lilith" - and hence Hagar and Morgana - an ancient She Spirit along with her sister "M" and their Mom compose the "Triple Headed Goddess".




A Cherubic Lilith


Excaliber - 1981
IMHO An excellent depiction of the spirit of Lilith - Hagar
 
Merlin and Morgana -
 a glimpse of the Spiritual Dynamics of Lilith

And of course, "Melinda" a name beginning with the letter "M" representing "Mary" - the Earth Mother Figure - being the first woman initally incarnated as Eve, from the rib of her eternal consort, then as "Adam". 

Indeed, the Rosemary's Baby dream sequence of the ceiling of the painting of God and Adam, with the latter's image immediately followed by a figure of a "Horned God".

And below this 'Horned God' what looks like a certain Masonic shape.

Adam is the Horned God of Masonry.





Rosemary's Baby Dream Sequence at 44:48 - 44:53


Yet we have no parallel movie or books or anything on the logically suggested female counterpart - insofar as anything with a religious theme about her overtly

No movies or books and movies about this female of the "Rosemary's Baby" - "The Omen" genure. THAT would be too recognizable and disruptive- as this involves an ongoing story

Imagine the Catholics who see images of the 'Virgin' Mary in tree bark and pieces of toasted bread.  Or the physical body of Jesus Christ in a wafer.  With hence any suitably appropriate beautiful brunette with a "Mary*.*" name being potentially spotted as the Most Special Gal Herself Incarnante.

Nor much, as I am yet aware, about the dynamics of their relationship, namely a best guess of how they came apart and how they come together.  No 'Andrew Douglas -- Mary.* Sarah', nor 'Mystery Girl Mary' screenplays.  Nor anything directly AFAIK about the Family Affair involvement of "M's" sister 'Lilith', who also wants 'Andrew Douglas', and their Mom.  Perhaps something with a plot and character development of a Joan Crawford movie, such as Whatever Happened to Baby Jane [Hudson].  But perhaps something fashion-stylistically somewhat Funny Face-esque?


15And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.


Yet we have a significent esoteric telling of a story involving amnesia of a couple that come apart and come back together with a massive effect for the better worldwide, bearing the name pattern:

Douglas -- Melina

Douglas, the name uttered after Andrew in Rosemary's Baby, coupled with Melina. 

Like "Melinda", Melina starts with an "M" .

And both have that subsequent "L" - suggestive of a compound "ML" - "Mary-L.*" name.

We have this via the 1990 movie "Total Recall"

Total Recall - 1990                      

Arnold Schwarzenegger as Douglas Quaid, a construction worker who discovers that he is actually a secret agent formerly named Hauser, and travels to Mars to uncover his true identity and why his memory was erased. 

Rachel Ticotin as Melina, a beautiful brunette woman seen as the partner in Quaid's Rekall memory program who turns out to be a resistance fighter seeking to overthrow Cohaagen.


A single eye above a pyramid- Mysteriously Masonic





Douglas Quad and Melina



Bring an end to the overlords' status quo


And change the world for the better


Like some important couple, namely The Divine Couple.



 Melinda like Melina, are not merely "M" - but "ML" names.

Given the esoteric purpose behind the initial English settlements of Northern America - New Atlantis - and the design of Washington, D.C.'s to celebrate the mystery of Virgo – of the Egyptian Isis, the Grecian Ceres and the Christian Virgin, sitting between Virginia and Maryland, take a look at the very ceiling painting of the U.S. Capitol Rotunda Dome, The Apotheosis of Washington by Constantino Brumidi for the hidden in plain sight name of this Most Special Gal.





ML's Rampage





A "Mother of War"

Mary + Name begining in "L" and meaning "famous warrior"

For the "ML" name, see:

Sort of ironic that the bride's surname is WAR FIELD."  [about Louise Warfield]
It even gets better!

http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Louise

The girl's name Louise \lo(ui)-se\ is pronounced loo-EEZ. It is of Old German origin, and its meaning is "renowned fighter".

Apparantly, the woman that Maximillian Kolbe refers to must have a name variant of "Mary-Lou"

http://continuingcounterreformation.blogsp...lian-kolbe.html

http://avlesbeluskesexposed.blogspot.com/2009/01/continuing-roman-catholic-confirmations.html

Mary \m(a)-ry\ as a girl's name is pronounced MARE-ee. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Mary is "star of the sea". Saint Jerome associated the Virgin's name with the Latin phrase "stellamaris". Other possible meanings are (Hebrew) "wished-for child; rebellion; sea of bitterness". Variant of Miriam. Biblical: the virgin mother of Christ. Mary became the object of greatveneration in the CatholicChurch. Through the centuries, names like Dolores and Mercedes have been created to express aspects of Mary's life and worship. Mary is also used in blends and compound names. See also Maira, Mari, Maribel, Marigold, Marisa, Marissa, and Mia. Actresses Mary Pickford, Mary Martin, Mary Stuart Masterson; Queen Mary of Scots; artist Mary Cassatt; writer Mary Shelley; political strategist Mary Matalin; popsinger Mary J. Blige.
Mary has 103 variant forms: Mair, Maire, Mal, Malia, Mallie, Mame, Mamie, Manette, Manon, Manya, Mara, Marabel, Marabelle, Mare, Maree, Marella, Marelle, Maren, Maretta, Marette, Maria, Mariam, Marian, Mariana, Mariann, Marianna, Marianne, Marice, Maridel, Marie, Mariel, Mariela, Mariella, Marielle, Marietta, Mariette, Marilee, Marilin, Marilla, Marilyn, Marin, Marion, Mariquilla, Mariquita, Mariska, Marita, Maritsa, Maritza, Marja, Marjan, Marje, Marla, Marlo, Marya, Maryann, Maryanne, Marybel, Marybell, Marybeth, Maryjo, Marylee, Marylin, Marylou, Marylu, Marysa, Maryse, Marysia, Masha, Maura, Maure, Maureen, Maurene, Maurine, Maurise, Maurita, Maurizia, Mavra, May, Mayme, Maymie, Mayra, Mayria, Meridel, Meriel, Mimi, Minette, Minnie, Minny, Miriam, Mitzi, Moira, Moire, Moll, Mollie, Molly, Morag, Moya, Muire, Murial, Muriel, Murielle, Poll and Polly.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Mary#B8Ws59EeA7K7qmVW.99

Louise \lo(ui)-se\ as a girl's name is pronounced loo-EEZ. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Louise is "famous warrior". Feminine form of Louis; French version of Ludwig. Louisa was more common in the 18th and 19th centuries. Saint Louise (16th century) was co-founder with Saint Vincent de Paul of the nursing order Daughters of Charity. Author Louisa May Alcott; actresses Louise Brooks, Louise Lasser.
Louise has 37 variant forms: Aloisa, Aloise, Aloysia, Eloisa, Eloise, Heloisa, Heloise, Lluisa, Lois, Loise, Lola, Lolita, Lou, Louella, Louisa, Louisetta, Louisette, Louisina, Louisiana, Louisiane, Louisine, Louiza, Lovisa, Lowise, Loyise, Lu, Ludovica, Ludovika, Ludwiga, Luella, Luisa, Luise, Lujza, Lujzika, Lula, Lulita and Lulu.

Read more at http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Louise#zPecF7Slbc6ACPHx.99


A Scary Mary... Marylouise
 The Exorcist -1973


"Regan" -
the U.S. President Ronald Wilson Reagan -
his disregard of his campaign sloganeering 'lip-service' about how government can screw things up against free market principles-
further perverting the stimulant drug 'cocaine' into 'Crack'


About the Frightening Spectacle of a Dark Haired Gal in need of an Exorcism
in Washington, D.C.


It is one of a cycle of "demonic child" films produced from the late 1960s to the mid-1970s, including Rosemary's Baby and The Omenhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Exorcist_(film)




About Stage II

Father Merrin belonged to a group of theologians who believed that psychic powers were a spiritual gift which would one day be shared by all humanity in a kind of global consciousness, and thought people like Kokumo and Regan were foreshadowers of this new type of humanity. In a vision, Merrin asks Lamont to watch over Regan.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exorcist_II:_The_Heretic










Our Dark Haired Gal in an intriguing clinal setting involving blocked memories-
applicable to childhood events
and even symbolizing past life regression?
 


Group Therapy?


Some sort of group drama?


 
  
 


Ennio Morricone Exorcist II "The Heretic" 





Getting Aligned for ...


A Memorable Ride to ...

Family Encounter

A New Life Amidst Reconstructed French Surroundings


With the Birth of the Divine Child


Resulting from the Coming Together of The Two-
Leading to the Start of a Further Evolution of Humanity
David Koresh Mixed Bible Studies wth Cinema
http://continuingcounterreformation.blogspot.com/2012/12/david-koresh-mixed-bible-studies-with.html


Sharon Tate: the 'Devil' is Beautiful
http://continuingcounterreformation.blogspot.com/2012/08/sharon-tate-devil-is-beautiful-most.html