Leaving paradise seems to be the devil’s specialty.
Not only was he cast out as an abominable branch and fell to earth like lightning, but he also tempted Eve in the Garden of Paradise to rebel against God, who was likewise banished alongside her husband, Adam.
How strange it is then, to have the first teaser trailer of the PG-13 film Barbie, directed by Greta Gerwig, reference the film 2001: A Space Oddysee by Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke.
To the uninitiated and profane, such a teaser would indeed seem peculiar, but to those whose eyes are not wide shut, this trailer is the perfect encapsulation of the nature of this feature film.
I’m Sorry Dave, I’m Afraid You Can’t Do That
The late William Cooper introduces his Mystery Babylon series with a detailed explanation of the Luciferian symbolism embedded in the opening sequence of 2001’s The Dawn of Man.
In short, this sequence represents humanity’s contact with the embodiment of Lucifer (the monolith), the bright light of reason/intellect that mystically delivers us from the bonds of ignorance to a future of godhood where we transcend space and time.
If this sounds like the same snake oil trick from the Garden of Eden to you, then you’re on the money.
This Luciferian ideology was continued in the 2001 book series by Arthur C. Clarke, as the planet Jupiter transforms into Lucifer, and better personified in his earlier work Childhood’s End where devils reveal themselves as man’s global liberators that usher in a New World Order.
Rebellion Is Witchcraft
The plot of the Barbie film as described on IMDb is as follows:
“To live in Barbie Land is to be a perfect being in a perfect place. Unless you have a full-on existential crisis. Or you’re a Ken.”
…which sounds a lot like Ezekiel 28:15 when describing the devil:
“You were the anointed cherub who covers; I established you; You were on the holy mountain of God; You walked back and forth in the midst of fiery stones. You were perfect in your ways from the day you were created, till iniquity was found in you.”
The main trailer of the feature film depicts Barbie asking the character played by Kate McKinnon, ‘What do I have to do?’ when questioning her own mortality:
With the reply, ‘You have to go to the real world’, Barbie is then presented with a dichotomy (much like that as depicted by Morpheus to Neo in the gnostic Matrix films), continue in ignorance or eat the forbidden fruit and be like God Himself knowing ultimate reality.
Barbie then leaves Paradise- err, I mean, Barbie Land– with Adam- sorry- Ken (unfortunately, there are no based angels with flaming swords).
The antagonist, played by Will Ferrell, is on a mission to put Barbie ‘back in her box’, or bring her back to Paradise.
At this point, we can only assume that Mr. Ferrell is playing the role of God whom Barbie will rebel against.
Some $100 Million Dollar Coincidences
I’m sure AAA-budget feature films, with dedicated continuity professionals on and off set, would overlook visuals that would draw clear lines between the Biblical depiction of the devil to Barbie, right?
It’s not like there is a universal religion that has given birth to all secular societies that have an obsession with covering eyes or anything.
Or the fact the Bible describes the physical attributes of the embodiment of the devil himself, the anti-christ, as having a wounded and blind right eye in Zechariah 11:17
“Woe to the worthless shepherd, Who leaves the flock! A sword shall be against his arm and against his right eye; His arm shall completely wither, and his right eye shall be totally blinded.”
And I’m sure it’s just a $100 million dollar coincidence that the temptress of Barbie is clad in snakeskin boots while having her right eye marked:
Perhaps this one is a stretch, but is it not strange that on a movie poster, Barbie is depicted as a criminal who stands 5 ft 6 inches with the 5 being cropped out depicting 666:
For a film with a PG-13 rating and aimed at children, there sure are some strange references to bazaar adult themes and sexuality.
Take this man pretending to be a woman in a film about women pretending to be toys:
Or the strong independent woman of color girl boss president Barbie who divulges that playing with Ken as a child was her “sex education”
Gross. Also, you need a father, lady.
Or the admission that Barbie is a social engineering tool to get little girls to imagine themselves as materialistic narcissists who live without the influence of fathers, husbands, or pastors:
You see, Barbie wearing an astronaut costume makes her an astronaut, much like a man wearing a wig makes him a woman. It all makes sense if you think about it…
And Barbie’s boyfriend Ken? He’s an accessory among her other material possessions. What a wonderful message to be communicating to little girls who will turn out to be embittered cat lady Karens in 30 years as society goes down the progressive toilet.
You see, pop culture seems to be all too eager to present the devil as a woman who liberates humanity (and wears Prada).
Notice how Lucifer emanates from the 2001-style monalith as a woman in the Pendulum song Witchcraft:
How about Billie Eilish embodying Lucifer and admitting that through chaos people will side with the devil:
More recently by Cloudy June whom I never knew of before doing a search for “Devil is a woman” when writing this:
We could go on and on…
Here’s a shocker, notions of the devil being presented as a woman is also common in the occult, such as the Theosophical Society. The opening of the 1887 Theosophical magazine titled Lucifer features a poem by Gerald Massey depicting the devil as a lady of light:
“Shine with transfiguring might,
Till earth shall reflect back as human
Thy Likeness, Celestial Woman,
Lucifer, Lady of Light!“
– Lucifer Vol. I. LONDON, OCTOBER 15TH, 1887. No. 2.
The connection between Luciferianism/Satanism and feminism is well documented in the book titled Satanic Feminism: Lucifer as the Liberator of Woman in Nineteenth-Century Culture by Per Faxneld.
Faxneld comments on this positive view of the devil among theosophists, who largely were influential among suffragettes and socialists:
“Blavatsky’s view of the Fall as a positive, gnosis-bringing event thus implicitly becomes an up-valuation of woman: she is no longer responsible for mankind’s fall into sin but instead actively involved in the gaining of spiritual wisdom from the benevolent snake. Perhaps there were political-feminist reasons for Blavatsky to view the Fall thus. As a female religious leader bringing esoteric wisdom to mankind, she had every reason to want to smash the old negative view of Eve and the Tree of Wisdom.”
Like a good con artist, Blavatsky used deception to promote her “religion” which was finely exposed by the contemporaneous stage magician John Nevil Maskelyne in his short 1912 pamphlet Fraud Of Modern Theosophy. His conclusion? A theory of government sedition to usher in a New Age of hidden gnosis:
“I have no absolute proof that the Society is seditious; still, there is ample reason why the authorities should keep an eye upon it.”
Finally, it would be worth mentioning that one of the agendas of the Bavarian Illuminati, according to leaked letters exposed by John Robison’s 1798 publication “Proofs of A Conspiracy“, was to secure political influence by mobilizing women in their cause by stirring up their resentment towards authority:
“There is no way of influencing men so powerfully as by means of the women. These should therefore be our chief study; we should insinuate ourselves into their good opinion, give them hints of emancipation from the tyranny of public opinion, and of standing up for themselves; it will be an immense relief to their enslaved minds to be freed from any one bond of restraint, and it will fire them the more, and cause them to work for us with zeal, without knowing that they do so; for they will only be indulging their own desire of personal admiration.”
I would venture to suggest that technocrats who understand the value of operant conditioning will use all their powers and influence to shape public opinion by destroying the old and inserting the new.
This is most notably seen through H. G. Wells (an individual connected to socialists in the Theosophical Society) in his feature film Things To Come, which predicted WWII before it transpired, and the space age.
The family must go for a new order to arise from the ashes of chaos.
Little girls must grow up thinking they have been oppressed by their fathers and must, in turn, dominate their future effeminate husbands under the guise of equity and inclusion.
Men must be trained to be lovers of pleasure, encouraged to be weak, submissive, and cowardly as not to resist in any way the forces of evil that seek to dominate society. Men must be Kens.
The Devil Loves Pride
With the rise of transgenderism and the androgynous nature of the Baphomet, alongside the strange description of the beast not “regarding the desire of woman” in Daniel 11:37, I suspect that this is all conditioning the masses to accept the embrace of one who hates every concept of God, even the creation of male and female itself.
The Man of Sin, in my view, will embody a perverted amalgamation of male and female so that to even suggest that this individual is indeed the “MAN of Sin” will itself be a crime worthy of death.
Pride is celebrated by a culture that has turned its back on God (Romans 1:18-32) who is the embodiment of meekness and humility. Pride is the root of all rebellion and is manifested in humanity worshiping the creature (Lucifer) rather than the creator.
The inversion of virtues as vice and vice as virtuous in modern entertainment is therefore deliberate.
Follow Ken, the first Adam who rebelled against God and failed to protect his bride, or Christ the Second Adam who laid down His life so that she may live.
Will you follow the devil out of Paradise or God towards it?