Secrets Hidden In Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 Space OdysseyPosted on May 25, 2015 by Dublinsmick
Kubrick’s Odyssey: Secrets Hidden in the Films of Stanley Kubrick
I am a big fan of Cosmic Convergence and they seem to have a virtual plethora of researchers, however this one caught my eye. It concerns Stanley Kubrick. Now he was a good film producer and his film Eyes Wide Shut was interesting. It does seem to expose what we would all imagine goes on at satanic parties of the elite.
Mr. Kubrick does seem to know a lot about this and there are rumors on the net he may have been killed as he had filmed some smut movies and allegedly filmed the moon landing which took place in the California desert.
The cusp of the article is 2001 A Space Odyssey. The first script written in conjunction with Arthur C. Clarke. (“I only did it with boys after puberty and they liked it”. I am not sure I am seeing here that “Kubrick reveals his deep inner profound knowledge of alchemy, gnosticism and the ancient view of the spirit domain”. It was an entertaining movie but it seems to me that Jay Weidner is certainly seeing more here than I am.
“Zarathustra is the great god of the Zoroastrians, who are the early holders of the alchemical tradition” says Mr. Weidner.
“Also of a great alchemical significance is the number of ‘threes’ that are in the film. In alchemy the process for the unfoldment of the soul, that is so necessary to completing the Great Work, is a three-fold process. These processes are filled with deep mystery. The best description of this process is that it is like a caduesus with its two writhing snakes on each side of a central rod (spine). This is also represented by the Kabbala, or the Tree of Life. The Tree of life has three main pillars. In order to pass from one realm, or aspect, of the Kabbala one must use one of these three central pillars, or processes.”
Mr. Weidner some how finds it necessary to point out that Stanley Kubrick just happens to be a jewish boy. Maybe I am just getting tired of everything being discussed in terms of Israel and sexual identity with the customary back slapping. The Kabbalah also is front and center these days with Madonna and her coterie of Hollywood elitists.
I don’t want to turn this into a long running dialogue so I will say this. You can find almost every explanation of exactly what Zoroastrianism was all about. Tracing it back we can be fairly secure that it lead to certain aspects being incorporated into the Talmud which many will agree has been revised many times over the centuries. If we go far enough back, most everything is an extension of the Vedic world.
This includes Constantine murdering the Vedic priest in the Vatika or Vatican and introducing his version of Christianity to the masses by the sword. The original teachings of the Essene Jesus were turned backwards. Constantine studied in India before he and his consorts wrote the bible. OM, the vibration of the universe became Amen with a Hebrew version of Shalom. Constantine did not tell you that. He also left out the part about Jesus actually living in India for a time and being connected with many monasteries there. In fact St. Peter’s Cathedral is built on top of a Shiva Temple. Vedantic civilization was world wide at one point and it was brought here by the Annunaki.
So we see Brahma became Abraham and Saraswati became Sara. Aristotle wrote that jews came from Kalani in India. Socrates and Plato studied in Kerala India. Krishna was the first of 5 Gods from other planets who floated down the river in a basket. So we can surmise the Kalani Hebrews found their way to Palestine, converted to Islam and Christianity and were later met by Khazars coming south who had converted to Judaism.
If we turn back to the ancient teachings of the Rishis who give us in my opinion the greatest amount of clarity as far as ancient civilization goes, we find something similar.
But getting back to the kabbala, Indian scriptures indicate two types of people, the Godly and the demons. When Zoroasterwent up on the mountain and received his divine revelation (sound familiar)? He formed a new religion and suddenly everything was turned backwards ala Constantine. The demons became Gods and the Godly became demons. His God became Asur Mazda and later was known as Ahur Mazda. In Japan Japan a car is manufactured called the Mazda.
To make this story simple, the kabbala or tree of life is lifted from the Vedas. The six pointed star is a Hindu tantric symbol depicting sexual intercourse. It appears among Celts, Druids and the Norse as Yggdrasil. The tree of life was known to the Rishis at least 7000 years ago and the symbol of the cadeus or two snakes being woven together crawling up the spine to reach the brain or pineal gland, is the three pillars discussed by Mr. Jay Weidner. It is an ancient process and it stems from Vedic civilization. It is a symbol still featured prominently in western medicine.
So interpreting symbolism is not something one learns such as building a car or house, it takes a certain mindset, knowledge and acquired imagination. It was only 7000 years ago that Vedic symbolism changed from the oral or mouth to mouth interpretations to a written language.
The black stone in the movie however does appear going by the description to be similar to the black stone of Mecca. There is also said to be a Shiva Lingam black stone under the old Temple of Solomon. “This black stone ( Shiva Lingam ) of Jerusalem was more powerful than the broken up black stone inset at the SE corner of the Kaaba Mecca. A piece of it is still in the Dome of the rock at Jerusalem , concealed—to prevent theft.” This was originally a Shiva temple holding a powerful black meteorite stone constructed during the reign of Indian Aryan Vedic Emperor Vikramaditya in 7000 BC.”
I do find it interesting the ancients poured water on the Shiva Lingam with a copper vessel. We know water holds memory and copper helps in the retaining of memory among a myriad of other uses.
So yes I am a bit skeptical that Stanley Kubrick had such a deep understanding of kabbala and it is certainly not evident to me watching this film, although it was entertaining.
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