‘Batman v Superman’ hidden occult and Illuminati symbolism
The symbolism of the All Seeing Eye on the trailer with Superman getting choked out:
For this next point, I’ll need you to take a look at this clip that I pulled from the Batman v Superman teaser trailer
This concept reinforces that which I’ve laid out in my hip hop conspiracy book SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC and also my continuing work on the Google-Occult Apocalypse where we’re being culled into a digital Matrix world with no physical death (and consequently no soul). This will successfully ‘override’ God’s creation and intention for life which is the bottom line in occult beliefs.
In the film poster you can see that they show the eyes scrawled out, which I believe could be saying that these superheroes have no soul since the eyes are the window to the soul:
Of course, the occultists think they’re doing us a favor or perhaps becoming new gods themselves, but this is the classic tale of Lucifer reaching for the highest stars to become greater than God, which always ends in disaster for this fallen angel and his followers. This might even be why we see the ancient Egyptian obelisk prominently featured in the trailer, as it was the symbol of the sun worshippers (which you’ll notice in the image as well as the rising sun, or perhaps even the morning star of Lucifer):
Batman v Superman obelisk
In that clip above you heard the following statement:
Devils don’t come from the Hell beneath us, they come from the sky.
This is very crucial to the overarching point of science-fiction, aliens, and UFOs. They are all occultist beliefs and ideas because they originate with the concept of contacting other worldly entities. This is precisely what I predicted would happen at the high profile ritual of Katy Perry’s 2015 Super Bowl performance:
Examples are abound of this type of thing- Jack Parsons and L. Ron Hubbard’s Babalon Working rituals, the Typhonian OTO, etc. I’ve talked about these concepts many times in the past, but those of you who have been with me for some time will also notice that the Sign of Typhon: the “V” is present in the title of this film. Typically, we would see the term “vs” being used, but the director opted for “v” instead. Why is that? Is he employing the usage of the Sign of Typhon in the title itself?
He was asked why he chose “v” over “vs” and this is what came out of it:
The director can’t say exactly how the relationship between the two superheroes evolves, “but suffice it to say there is a ‘v’ in between their names” in the movie title, Snyder says. He explains that having the “v” instead of “vs.” is a way “to keep it from being a straight ‘versus’ movie, even in the most subtle way.”
Does this clarify it any? One could draw a comparison to the symbolism of the beast from the Abyss, while others could argue it’s simply an abbreviated form of “vs.” Either way, I’ve got to point out one more Mark of the Beast symbolism that will be hard to argue…You’ll notice that the villain of the film, Lex Luthor, is the only human being with the power to take on Superman. The hidden message of this tale is that the only thing mankind is capable of is becoming greedy, capitalistic pigs; and that’s the best we’ll ever manage to become. This is basically supporting the Church of Satan idea of man being no better than an animal. The ipso-facto argument is that mutants, extraterrestrials, or aliens (such as Superman) are clearly superior beings; even “gods”:
Getting back to that Mark of the Beast symbolism I wanted to cover; If you take a look at the logo for Lex Luthor’s company on the film you’ll also notice it contains the Mark of the Beast with the “X”:
Batman v Superman Mark of Beast Lexcorp X
This has been purposefully changed from the LEXCORP logo in the comic series (from what I can tell by looking online-I’ve never read the comics myself):
In fact, in the film you’ll learn that the LEXCORP Industries is headquartered in Metropolis (the town where Superman works at the Daily Planet as Clark Kent). This begs me to draw comparison to the 1924 occult film Metropolis which was the first high-budgeted sci-fi film ever made; a piece of art that has been emulated by many celebrities with occult-allegations…
So there you have it; a brief synopsis of why the Batman v Superman film will be a message of occult and Illuminati symbolism. transhuman agenda, or perhaps a way of channeling energy into the agenda of pulling demonic extraterrestrials into our world.