I just finished watching Jupiter Ascending. Honestly it wasn’t as bad as it seemed after the first 20 minutes, but I don’t really understand why they make all of this sci-fi directed at teenage girls, as they don’t usually like sci-fi that much. It’s like making pudding for people who don’t like pudding. There’s stuff like Hunger Games and Caprica (prequel to Battlestar Galactica).
Anyways, let’s get down to business.
When Jupiter Ascending came out a few months ago, the name stunned me. It was around the time I had read Kerth Barker’s Angelic Defenders & Demonic Abusers. Kerth Barker was allegedly abused as a child by the Satanic Illuminati networks, and his grandfather was part of, they tried to make him part of it, but he managed to escape. According to his book, several decades ago there was a movement within the Satanic networks that wished to reform the ways of the Illuminati. The resistance’s symbol was Jupiter, the child of Saturn who ended up killing his father. Supposedly even the fact that in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey ends near Jupiter, instead of Saturn, as in the novel, is a reference to the success of the resistance. However, the resistance got wiped out in the end.
These things popped up in my head as I saw the name Jupiter Ascending. Could this mean there has been some change in the structure of the “Illuminati”, they’re just taking the piss, or it’s a co-incidence. I don’t think it’s any of the above really.
There’s reptilians and gray aliens in the movie as foot soldiers for the bad guys. I actually don’t think it means much. They’re everywhere nowadays. There’s one reference in Jupiter Ascending that the earth was originally inhabited by reptilians, i.e. dinosaurs, and humans from outer space wiped them out. I’m not sure if that has any deeper meaning either.
What I find interesting though, is the story the movie is pushing that human beings are not originally from earth, but some distant planet somewhere else. We were supposedly seeded here. I think this stuff, along with much of the ancient alien stuff, is propaganda to try to make us disassociate with our home. In the beginning of the movie there’s even the modern yet old argument that since there’s so many planets out there in the universe, wouldn’t it be silly to think earth is the only place with intelligent life. Well, yes it would seem like a waste if there are countless planets out there, and this is the only one with life on it, but so far evidence seems to suggest that is the case. Haven’t we remote-probed countless planets out there and discovered no signs of life? Seems like a wasteland out there to me.
Another story Jupiter Ascending is pushing is that the earth is some sort of farm, like in the Matrix. In Jupiter Ascending it’s a farm for biomatter to make space royalty young again.
Then we get to the idea of royalty and genes. One character in the movie says that out there in their space federation they treat genes almost religiously, or something to that extent. Like the “royal” bloodlines we have on earth today. Somewhere along the movie the main character, Jupiter, played by Mila Kunis, finds out she’s not just another earthling, but a reincarnation of the queen of… space? The movie just doesn’t explain what’s so special about being royalty except that bees like you, and you are “entitled” to all sorts of legal privileges. I wonder if this is deliberate? First the movie makes a big deal about Jupiter being royalty, but in the end it doesn’t make her any different from others, except from what some legal documents say.
The main character’s love interest is a generic combat hunk werewolf-boy by the name of Caine, who looks like a younger Ron Perlman. This certainly dips into what Freeman has been saying about the princess programming for girls, and warrior programming for boys, that Hollywood is pushing these days. The name Caine, or Cain, is of course interesting. Why did they pick that one? There’s even one scene where Caine is imprisoned and put into a pit with a metal grate that looks a bit like the rays of the sun. Cain is the Black Sun, and imprisoned in the pit, according to Tracy Twyman’s demonic informants in Clock Shavings.
The movie has also been written and directed by the Wachowskis, known for The Matrix and V for Vendetta. I didn’t even realize that when I started watching the movie. I don’t know if ultimately these themes or symbols mean anything in terms of predictive programming or manipulation. Perhaps the Wachowskis simply spent a few days on the internet studying interesting details to put into the movie so more people would go see it. I’m sure plenty of conspiracy theorists have been interested just because the movie has reptilians and grays.
P.S. I wrote the name of the movie as Jupiter Rising, not Jupiter Ascending several times. Maybe I’m subconsciously thinking of Lucifer Rising.
Jupiter Ascending: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1617661/