Tuesday, May 6, 2014

007 James Bond: The Illuminati's Secret Agent

James Bond is one of the largest and longest running Hollywood film franchises with a new movie being released every few years. Aside from portraying women in demeaning roles and contributing endless amounts of sexual innuendo to the vernacular, Bond films also serve as a medium for Illuminati symbolism. Visuals such as the Eye of Providence and pyramids can be found everywhere, and the plots are subtle warnings of what the secret order has in mind when it takes over the world. Indeed, a careful study of all 23 movies can reveal great insight as to what our future holds.

Let's start at the beginning of the films. Before the initial action sequence where Bond saves the day (pretty much because his enemies are lousy shots), a short scene from the perspective of a gun barrel crosses the screen. At the end of the barrel we see 007 pull his gun and shoot the assailant dead, this is marked with blood coming down the screen. This is really an Eye of Providence reference, and the barrel forms the eye. The blood indicates evil and represents the violence that is to come.

Another recurring theme in Bond movies is gold. In fact, quite a few of the titles refer directly to the precious mineral (Goldfinger, The Man with the Golden Gun, Goldeneye). The notion that gold is this powerful is the Illuminati's reference to what is really the foundation of the financial system. In "Goldfinger," the villain wants to irradiate gold in order to strengthen his economic position. The use of golden bullets in "The Man with the Golden Gun" symbolizes the death of the gold standard in the United States, and in "Goldeneye" a secret weapon bearing the film's name is to be used to commit the largest financial heist in history. Combined, these all indicate subtle Illuminati references about the future of the world's finances.

Pyramid references are also easily found throughout Bond films with the most notable present in "The Spy Who Loved Me." Toward the beginning of this film, Bond fights the massive henchmen, Jaws, at the Great Pyramids in Egypt. What this scene is telling us is that Jaws represents the NWO and is an unstoppable force. Bond symbolizes truth and justice but loses the brawl. Because this sequence occurred at the Pyramids, it is a direct Illuminati reference, and it's telling us that the secret order cannot be stopped.

More pyramid references can be spotted in "Moonraker" (This film has some of the strongest symbolism of any in the franchise). Toward the movie's climax, the arch villain is using Aztec/Mayan pyramids as a launch complex for his space shuttles. Once in orbit, these shuttles will dock with a station that is to serve as a shelter while the Earth's population is killed. In another scene, Drax (the villain) is seen sitting underneath a triangle (composed of launch monitors) with a circle above it. This is another specific Illuminati reference, and when combined with the movie's plot, it could indicate that the NWO could be considering mass genocide before it takes over. Another point to be aware of is that all of Drax's people are supposed to be genetically and intellectually superior, exactly what the Illuminati looks for in its recruits.

The Eye of Providence also makes an appearance in "A View to a Kill." Although this may be one of the lesser celebrated Bond movies, the Illuminati leaves its mark as Christopher Walken's blimp flies over the Golden Gate bridge. The blimp represents the eye, and the bridge's suspension cables symbolize the pyramid. There is no doubt as to what the director intended for the audience to see.

Lastly, one of the Illuminati's other most prominent symbols, the sun, can be spotted throughout the films. In "Diamonds Are Forever," an orbiting satellite weapon uses diamonds to concentrate sunlight into a destructive beam. This is also present in "Die Another Day" and serves as a double reference, one to the sun and another to the Bond classic. By constructing a plot around "sun guns," the Illuminati are telling us that the sun is all powerful, just like the Egyptian sun god, Ra (merged with Horus to be almighty). This another very disturbing reference as well as an indication of what weapons the NWO will use to implement its domination.

The Illuminati's presence in the James Bond franchise exists without question. The references found throughout the films reveals not only how the order continues to hide in plain sight but also glimpses as to what lies in our future. And one last thing to remember, James Bond's code number, 007, is a reference to the length of the Tribulation period which is supposed to last seven years. Not exactly a positive end note, is it?

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  1. Woohoo, first comment?

  2. Some critisisms.

    Firstly, in the Spy Who Loved Me, Bond did NOT fight Jaws at the pyramids. (This was not at the beginning either.) Jaws killed a minor character there and disappeared without fighting Bond. Instead, Bond fought some guards under the employ of Major Anya Ammassova. While his initial fight with Jaws WAS in an Egyptian ruin, he and Ammassova defeated and escaped from Jaws. So they stopped him,despite not killing him.

    Drax's earthly base in Moonrakers finale also was located in the Amazon jungle, where there were no Mayan or Aztec ruins. Those societies lived further north in what is now Mexico. The Amazon never supported any large civilizations, only tribal populations. Furthermore, Hugo Drax was a parallel to Hitler due to his desire for a 'master race' this allusion probably came from the fact that the character was a Nazi in Ian Flemmings original novel.

    Furthermore, if Max Zorin's blimp is the eye of Providence, why blow it up? If the Golden Gate bridge represents a pyramid, then you can infer that the finale shows Bond struggling against a New World Order (Max Zorin) and as anyone who's seen the movie can attest, Zorin falls to his death, off the bridge. Would that not imply Bond is killing the New World Order, much as he did to every other villain in the film's?

    Poorly researched. 0/10. Would not recommend. I'm very disappointed in you that you didn't catch the obvious fact that Spectre is a clear stand in for them. An all powerful malignant organization that's never truly defeated? Come on! They literally handed you that! You could have even spun a theory that makes Diamonds Are Forever good!I mean an Illuminati stand in using a sun gun? THAT'S a theory!

  3. bond.james bond.