Aug 12

Illuminati Symbols



Prometheus in Space

As someone who is aware of Hollywood continuously being used as a conduit for New World Order propaganda, when I heard the title Prometheus being attached to a Hollywood film concerning the alien origins of mankind my Illuminati social control sensor went into overdrive.  Prometheus is a very special character in the occult world of the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers et al and any production bearing that tag is deserving of particular scrutiny.

Note: this article includes major spoilers for anyone who has not yet seen the movie.

All seeing eye symbology tied into the concept of alien threat.

H. R. Giger's Alien

Ridley Scott's original foray into the world of face hugging, stomach gestating, man eating, reptilian extraterrestrials was Alien.  According to an early version of the script for the film [1],  eggs are discovered beneath an ancient pyramid in a tomb decorated with heiroglyphics.   One of the hieroglyphics depicts the alien life cycle and although it never made it into the movie, the design is included in The Book Of Alien, originally published in 1979.  Swiss artist H.R. Giger's art work (below) incorporates an Illuminati pyramid with an eye at the top and a radiating sun above it.

H.R. Giger Illuminati Hieroglyphics. Eye at the top of the pyramid with a big sun on top.


The alien life cycle hieroglyphic within an Illuminati pyramid. H.R. Giger art work from the Book of Alien originally published in 1979

Below Ridley Scott describes receiving Giger's work as a "covert operation"

Ridley Scott: "He brought in a book by the Swiss artist H.R.Giger. It's called Necronomicon. O'Bannon produced this book out of nowhere, like it was a dirty magazine. He wasn't quite sure about it. Didn't know what people would think when he showed it to me. It was a covert operation."

FF: "What was your reaction" ?

Ridley Scott: "I nearly fell over. I'd never been so certain about anything in my life. I tell you, I'd thought  we would be arguing for months about what the beast was going to be. I thought "If we can build this, that's it." I was stunned, really. I flipped. Literally flipped. And O'Bannon  lit up like a light bulb, shining like quartz iodine" (Fantastic Films US#12, GB # 2, p14) [2]

Giger had a relationship with Swiss actress Li Tobler until she committed suicide in 1975. He married Mia Bonzanigo in 1979; they separated a year and a half later.  His most distinctive stylistic innovation is that of a representation of human bodies and machines in a cold, interconnected relationship, described as "biomechanical". His paintings often display fetishistic sexual imagery.  Giger suffers from night terrors and his paintings are all to some extent inspired by his experiences with that particular sleep disorder [3]; what childhood trauma has this man been made to endure, I wonder?  Anyone doubting H.R. Giger's occult credentials may want to peruse his book called Baphomet - The Tarot Of The Underworld.  Predictably H.R. Giger's services were retained for Prometheus.

In this Tarot set, Giger chooses 22 of his previously published works to represent the major Arcana. Deck compiler Akron uses Giger's images to explore shadow magic and the dark philosophies of the Knights Templar.


Prometheus is a Titan, culture hero, and trickster figure who in Greek mythology is credited with the creation of man from clay and the theft of fire for human use, an act that enabled progress and civilization.  He is known for his intelligence, and as a champion of mankind. [4]

Below is a fictional TED Conference address from 2023, used to promote the movie, in which Peter Weyland explains the Promethean myth and introduces the familiar Illuminati theme of men (actually a tiny elite band of men) becoming gods.  Incidentally Weyland (a man who personifies Illuminati ambition) also describes his admiration for the masochism of D. H. Lawrence - make of that what you will.

During the movie Peter Weyland prefers to keep his presence a secret and to run operations from the shadows via his David 8 android.  He does not even reveal the mission to those involved until after their ship lands.  The parallels to authoritarian, amoral, covert control of the Illuminati network are brazen.



The story line of Prometheus shamelessly and blatantly endorses the alien creation of the human race and thus lends credence to other horse shit productions including History Channel's Ancient Aliens; Discovery Channel's When Aliens Attack and Zecharia Sitchin's 12th Planet.  Derision is deserved not because the alien creation theory is impossible, but because this is a cherry picked piece of propaganda being pushed at an unsuspecting public in order to manifest a new religion and a fictitious alien menace; both of which will be used as control mechanisms in the Rothchild's New World Order.

Anyone who doubts this agenda is welcome to check out the 'news' lately [5] and the latest astronomical discoveries  [6] and also the latest archeological 'discoveries'. [7].  The Vatican is also on message [8].


Here's the plot.  In 2089, archaeologists Elizabeth Shaw and Charlie Holloway discover a star map on a cave wall in Scotland that matches other artifacts from several otherwise unconnected ancient cultures. They interpret this as an invitation from humanity's forerunners, the Engineers. Peter Weyland, the elderly CEO of Weyland Corporation, funds the creation of the scientific vessel, called Prometheus, to follow the map to the distant moon LV-223. The ship's crew travels in stasis while the android David monitors their voyage. Only after arriving in 2093, are they informed of their mission to find the Engineers.

Upon exploration of the Engineer's ships on  LV-223 events take an unmitigated turn for the worse when the intrepid crew find out first hand that the humanoid Engineers were planning to wipe out the human race (quelle surprise!) using a genetically engineered bioweapon, but were themselves wiped out (bar one survivor in stasis) presumably at the hands of their own  bioweapon.  Only one member of the crew and David's head are 'alive' come the final scene.

Ridley Scott

Ridley Scott

What does director Ridley Scott think of the film's plot in relation to reality?  If there were a deliberate agenda to introduce a new belief system we'd expect the establishment automatons to be on script.  Below is an extract from an interview Scott did with Empire Magazine on the topic [9].  He appears very committed to the party line.

"The search for our makers, the dawn of mankind, the nature of God... these are big themes."
“In the ‘60s there was a guy called Erich Von Daniken who did a very popular book called Chariots of the Gods?, and he proposed previsitation, which we all pooh-poohed. But the more we get into it, the more science accepts the fact that we’re not alone in this universe, and there’s every feasible chance that there’s more of us, not exactly as we are, but creatures that are organically living in other parts of this particular galaxy. (Stephen) Hawking said he thinks that there are and that he hopes they don’t visit. Because if they do, they’re way ahead of us.”

"Do you believe in previsitation?"
“I think it’s entirely logical. The idea that we’ve been here three billion years and nothing happened until 75,000 years ago is absolute nonsense. If something happened here two billion years ago, if there was a civilization at least equal to ours, there would be nothing left after two billion years. It would be carbon. We talk about Atlantis and cities under water that have long gone, long submerged, but they’re in the relatively recent past. I’m talking about one-and-a-half-billion years ago – was this planet really empty? I don’t think so.”

Scott and alien

Here's what Scott had to say to Erlingur Gretar of Filmophilia [10].

EGE: "The tone of the film, according to the official synopsis, and the tone of the premise, sounds a lot more mythological than the original Alien films. The original Alien films revolved around industrial settings and premises and social situations rather than anything mythological."

RS: "The original Alien was a pretty savage engine. I’ve always said it was a C-movie done in an A-way. Because it was the Old Dark House, you know. Seven people in the Old Dark House, and they’re all going to die. (He laughs) And they’re gonna die horribly and that in itself is a tricky exercise, because you can do it well, you can do it badly. But somehow that worked. It turned out pretty well.

I think one of the reasons why I’ve never gone back to science-fiction, even though I’ve often noodled around, thought about it, looked for story, looked for material, is that there’s a nice purity to the original Alien. It’s fairly pure. And this one does actually raise all kinds of other questions, because if someone could, a being, could be as monstrously clever to create something like we experienced in the very first one – I always figured it’s a weapon, and I always figured that [the ship in the first Alien] was a carrier of weapons. Therefore, who is that, inside that suit? That wasn’t a skeleton, that was a suit. And if you open up the suit, what do you get inside it? And why were they going, where were they going?

Also, I ring off of… there’s a writer, Erich von Däniken. One of his most famous books was called Chariots of the Gods. Everyone thinks he was out of his mind, you know, for number one, “we are the creation of gods”, if you go back to the 19th century anthropologists, Darwin, and say if you go look at Darwin for the moment and look at the Darwinian idea, the Darwinian thesis, which is seemingly very logical. You know, you’re going from something that gradually comes to two legs and gradually here we are. Then you can go beyond that and you look more mathematically at the feasibility of how we’re able to be sitting here, right now, in this place. I’m talking to you, and I’ve got this thing (he picks up his cellphone) which looks like Star Trek. This is “Beam me up, Scotty”-stuff. You wouldn’t have believed this thing could exist thirty years ago.

[Editor's note: And here is where he really takes off:]

Things have changed so dramatically that you can start looking at the idea that all our history can be completely wrong and misguided. Because at some point someone has to put a statement down and have their own thesis, have their own theories. That was then later accepted or later is gradually dissolved and re-drawn or reworked. So now you’ve got the whole changed attitude with NASA, the church and I think even Hawking. Over the last thirty years have gone from “It’s highly unlikely that there’s anyone else in our galaxy, any other force, being in our galaxy,” to now, where they’re conceding that there are probably thousands of different lifeforms in this galaxy. And I think Hawking actually said, “Let’s hope they don’t visit.” And I think the church has conceded as well that it would not be against the word of God if we conceded that there are other lifeforms in this galaxy.

So, if you take that out, then the door is open. To me, it’s entirely logical. It’s entirely ridiculous to believe that we are the only ones here. That’s why my first thought is that for us to be sitting here right now is actually mathematically impossible without a lot of assistance. Who assisted? Who made the right decisions? Who was pushing and pulling to adjust us? That’s a fair question."

Space Jesus

Space Jesus

During the film we learn that the event which wiped out all but one of the Engineers on LV-223 happened 2,000 years ago.  LV-223 is a reference to Leviticus Verse 22:3.

"Say to them: 'For the generations to come, if any of your descendants is ceremonially unclean and yet comes near the sacred offerings that the Israelites consecrate to the LORD, that person must be cut off from my presence. I am the LORD."

Is this a reference to what happens when less than honorable souls approach the Engineer's black goo bioweapon? More of the movie's biblical theme is revealed by Ridley Scott during an interview with Movie.com [11], below.

Movies.com: "We had heard it was scripted that the Engineers were targeting our planet for destruction because we had crucified one of their representatives, and that Jesus Christ might have been an alien. Was that ever considered?"

Ridley Scott: "We definitely did, and then we thought it was a little too on the nose. But if you look at it as an “our children are misbehaving down there” scenario, there are moments where it looks like we’ve gone out of control, running around with armor and skirts, which of course would be the Roman Empire. And they were given a long run. A thousand years before their disintegration actually started to happen. And you can say, “Let’s send down one more of our emissaries to see if he can stop it.” Guess what? They crucified him."

So, the reason the Engineers decided to exterminate us is because they sent Space Jesus to earth to provide moral guidance and in return for the free spiritual tuition we nailed him to a cross. [12]

Another reference to Jesus in the film is the miracle birth, on Christmas day, of an alien life form to the sterile Shaw almost immediately following intercourse with Holloway after David poisoned Holloway with black goo.  Later in the film the alien turns out to be of the face hugging, stomach gestating variety we all know and love.  The Engineer's black goo bioweapon appears to interact with the host according to their spiritual and moral standing.  At the start of the movie we see an Engineer sacrifice himself by voluntarily drinking the goo.

The Engineer in Prometheus' opening sequence who sacrificies himself to seed a planet

Ridley Scott: "...you have a sequence at the beginning of the film that is fundamentally creation. It’s a donation, in the sense that the weight and the construction of the DNA of those aliens is way beyond what we can possibly imagine …"

Movies.com: That is our planet, right?

Ridley Scott: "No, it doesn’t have to be. That could be anywhere. That could be a planet anywhere. All he’s doing is acting as a gardener in space. And the plant life, in fact, is the disintegration of himself.

If you parallel that idea with other sacrificial elements in history – which are clearly illustrated with the Mayans and the Incas – he would live for one year as a prince, and at the end of that year, he would be taken and donated to the gods in hopes of improving what might happen next year, be it with crops or weather, etcetera...."

Later on in the movie we see the black goo turn earth worms into killer serpents; selfish, frightened men into genetically altered psychopaths and human sperm into a miracle pregnancy.  Exactly how the Engineers died 2,000 years ago, presumably as a result of our nailing Jesus to the cross remains a mystery; maybe the crucifixion on earth lead to an emotional disturbance for the Engineers on LV-233 which in turn caused the back goo to "go alien predator" on them.  Note: the predatory alien's life cycle is depicted on a moving mural on the chamber walls when the human crew first arrive inside the Engineer's ship so we know the Engineers know all about the destructive power of the face hugging, stomach gestating, reptilians.

Raëlism - The Well Financed, Global, Space Jesus Religion

Hollywood has spent a huge amount of effort and cash promoting a belief system which includes the creation of our species by humanoid extraterrestrials who also sent emissaries to our planet to inform our spiritual and moral development.  What well financed, global, religious organisation might espouse such religious beliefs?

The Raelian's are coming!

The Raëlian Movement teaches that life on Earth was scientifically created by a species of extraterrestrials, which they call the Elohim. Members of this species appeared human and when having personal contacts with the descendants of the humans they made, they were mistaken for angels, cherubim or gods. Raëlians believe messengers, or prophets, of the Elohim include Buddha, Jesus, and others who informed humans of each era. The founder of Raëlism, members claim, received the final message of the Elohim and that its purpose is to pacify and inform the world about Elohim and that if humans become peaceful enough, they wish to be welcomed by them. [13]

In respect of what is known about colaboration between NAZIs and Zionists at the highest level within the Illuminati (see below) Raëlism's Swastika of David is a startling symbol.  Need one look any further for the New World Order's intended one world religion?

Raëlism Symbology


According to Eustice Mullins, who was a leading researcher of the Rothschild Empire, there is only one political party in the world today and whatever you call it, it is a descendant of the NAZI Party.  In 1923, Germany’s National Socialist Party was having trouble getting off the ground and agreed to form an alliance with the Zionist Party.  Hence the name NAZI was formed by the first 2 letters from each party name. [14]

During the first months of the Hitler regime, leaders of the Zionist movement, lead by the Rothchild's, concluded a controversial pact with the Third Reich which, in its various forms, transferred some 60,000 Jews and $100 million--almost $1.7 billion in 2009 dollars--to Jewish Palestine. In return, Zionists would halt the worldwide Jewish-led anti-nazi boycott that threatened to topple the Hitler regime in its first year. Ultimately, the Transfer Agreement saved lives, rescued assets, and seeded the infrastructure of the Jewish State to be. [15]

Before his premature death in 2010 Christopher Story was publishing his research on the NAZI DeutscheVerteidigungs Dienst (DVD) in Dachau, Germany, being the centre of New World Order control [16]

According to the Raëlism website [17]  the star of David represents infinity in space whereas the swastika represents infinity in time i.e. there being no beginning, no end in time and everything being cyclical .  Who are they trying to kid?  Answer: the whole of humanity.

The David 8

Is The David 8 android in Prometheus a reference to Raëlism's Swastika of David and the Zionist Illuminati leadership?  During the film Peter Weyland calls The David 8 the closest thing he has to a son.  During his 2023 TED Conference address Weyland states that it is the creation of "cybernetic individuals indistinguishable from us, which leads to the obvious conclusion that we are the gods now."  The short film below, which is a trailer for Prometheus, introduces us to The David 8.

The David 8 is the ultimate corporate servant, it is indistinguishable from humans physically; is super efficient and has no conscience (feels no emotions) so it is able to perform tasks many humans would find unethical.  As an added bonus The David 8 is eternally grateful to its creator; I expect it would be difficult to win employee of the month against this thing!

During part of the above video The David 8 presents from between twin pillars with skulls on top in a Freemasonic allusion to Joachim and Boaz.  Is that a Baphomet at 1:09?

If one visits the Weyland Industries website [18], one can see it takes itself very seriously and includes information about life extension, employment, resources, and other transhumanism material.   It even declares, Weyland Industries consolidates all products and solutions into seven verticals: health, transportation, energy, electronics, terraforming, security and cybernetics.  Sounds a lot like Illumi-corp to me.

Esoteric Quest for Enlightenment

At the end of the movie, Shaw puts her crucifix back around her neck, signifying that she did not lose her Christian faith and that her quest for truth continues.  Prometheus addresses the basic human need to have existential questions answered. [19]

Elizabeth puts back her cross and is determined to find the truth about the alien Engineers.

Elizabeth puts back her cross and is determined to find the truth about the alien Engineers.

The entire movie can be interpreted as a spiritual metaphor – a quest for enlightenment.  The title of the movie itself, Prometheus, is greatly indicative of underlying esoteric meaning.  For accomplishing the act of bringing fire (a symbol of divine knowledge) to humanity, Prometheus became an important figure in the mythology of Mystery schools, such as Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism, which are based on the use of occult knowledge in order to achieve enlightenment, which occurs when one experiences direct contact with the universal mind (the mind of God).

In the movie, Prometheus is the name of the spaceship that transports humans to their alien Engineers.  It symbolically represents humans using the “fire” (knowledge) that was given to them to ascend to God (their alien creators) by their own means.  This metaphor of spiritual initiation is reminiscent of the many mythological stories found throughout history that hide a similar esoteric meaning.

However, Mystery Schools believe that illumination is not given to all, but only to a chosen few and this is aptly reflected in Prometheus.  In the movie, all of the people who were on board for selfish, monetary or insincere purposes died.  Only the one that was there for the truth and with a strong spiritual faith survived.  This type of narrative is on-par with allegorical stories of spiritual illumination stating that only the true of heart will reach that higher state of being.

Other than Elizabeth, one other non-human character survived, The David 8.

Towards the end of the movie, David gets his head cut off but, since he’s a robot, he stills functions. Elizabeth takes the head and continues her journey, symbolically meaning that she needs pure intellect and technology to reach enlightenment.

Towards the end of the movie, David gets his head cut off but, since he’s a robot, he stills functions. Elizabeth takes the head and continues her journey, symbolically meaning that she needs knowledge to reach enlightenment.

The David 8 has great intellectual capacity, making him believe that he is superior to his human colleagues.  Despite this fact, he is nevertheless crucial to Elizabeth’s quest – a subtle message stating that transhumanism is important in human development.

At the end of the movie, David does not understand why Elizabeth desires to continue her search for her creators.  The difference is that she is human and he is not.  Her quest is not simply a space mission, it is a spiritual pilgrimage to discover the meaning of her own existence.

In the final scene of the movie, Elizabeth decides to not go back to Earth (representing materiality and the lower self) and continues to search for the Engineers (representing illumination and godhood). Her quest is therefore not over … and there might be a sequel.

In the final scene, Elizabeth decides to not go back to Earth (representing materiality and the lower self) and continues to search for the Engineers (representing illumination and contact with the divine).


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