.................here's the Elvis write up I mentioned in my previous post. For those who have read it, sorry for the duplicity. For those who haven't, here you go!
Forgot to mention / include the movie "Bubba Ho-tep" to this list of movies with meaningful and symbolic plots. Saw this like 2 months ago when it finally hit the independent theater here in Ft. Lauderdale....like 2 years after its original 2002 release date, but oh well. Better late than never!
The plot centers on what seems like ridiculous absurdity on the surface.....Elvis is alive and well and living out his last days in a convalescent home, duking it out against a resurrected Egyptian mummy with the help of an old black man who believes he's JFK....but if you look closer, the movie is one big reference to Elvis and his Illuminati mind controlled puppet existence.
I know I don't have to get into the background about who / what the Illuminati is with this forum, as most everybody here is knowledgable on these topics, nor do I have to explain about how the Illuminati "Brotherhood" are embroiled in a form of Egyptian occultic magic, the symbolism of which we find all around us in the world....including the back of the American one dollar bill. (the pyramid, and the All Seeing Eye [of Horus].) Many here are also familiar with the ideas of mind control, and how "they" have a penchant for creating mind controlled puppets who serve them, either doing their bidding, or making money for them. Many famous people, including singers, actors, models, politicians, etc. are mind controlled and have "handlers". Elvis was one of these people....so the story goes. Some tidbits include the fact that he broke onto the scene recording for "SUN" studios, in "MEMPHIS" Tennessee. (as in, Memphis, Egypt.)
So, with that in mind, let's take another look at "Bubba Ho-tep"...
We have Elvis, played fantastically by Bruce Campbell, going up against what of all things but.......a dried up old Egyptian mummy? People with no background in the Egyptian occultic Illuminati and no knowledge that Elvis was their mind controlled slave will only see something fun and campy with this plot. Oh, how funny and imaginative! What a hoot! Man, someone was on drugs when they wrote THIS movie! hohoho! But with a little background into who Elvis was, suddenly, you see this as a symbolic metaphor for Elvis battling to his death against his Illuminati controllers / handlers. So, the Egyptian mummy represents the Illuminati, who practice Egyptian-based occultic magic. (SIDENOTE: See the 1985 Steven Spielberg movie "Young Sherlock Holmes" for another wacked plot centering on Egyptian occultic magic...) Elvis never managed to break free of their grip in real life, just like he succombs to the mummy in the movie.
There's a scene towards the end where the old Elvis is lying on his bed watching an Elvis movie marathon on t.v., musing to himself about the life he used to have before he went into hiding, and the things he would've done differently. He would've been better to Priscella. He wishes he could see his daughter one more time. And he should've given the boot to his manager (insert: Handler) Tom Parker. But that's the biggest regret, the one that's stressed the most in this scene.........not booting Tom Parker, the one who controlled every aspect of Elvis' career, working him into the ground. Pretty interesting. I'd read an article in the July, 2003 issue of Reader's Digest which talked about Elvis' career, and "Colonel" Tom Parker's role as his relentless, controlling, and often abusive, enforcer. That's why many call Parker Elvis' handler, not manager. Very interesting indeed.
The last line of the movie was actually pretty chilling when you have this realization going on. Elvis is lying flat on his back outside, under the stars at night, about to die, but he's feeling serene and content. Suddenly, in the sky appears several Egyptian hieroglyphics, and the words "ALL IS WELL", as Elvis smiles and says, "...But my soul is still mine....."
They killed Elvis, but they didn't get his soul. When you do the research into mind controlled slaves, you'll find many a mind controlled victim reminding themselves, or being reminded by helpful others, that at least "they" can't get their soul. "They" may be able to make your life a living hell while you're alive, but they'll never get your soul.
It was VERY creepy and a little surreal to see that in the movie. I mean, seriously, think about it. What is up with putting a line like that in the movie? Other than some deeper, symbolic reference? It doesn't "fit" with anything else in the movie. It's not like the issue of souls is ever mentioned prior to that line being spoken. That line is just there.........out of the blue.
An interesting sidenote I read (from Fritz Sprimgmeier) is that after Elvis died, his record label / Tom Parker released another album, post-mortem, which featured Egyptian symbols and pictures all over the cover. Readers Digest says that they made sure to rush the release of the album within days of Elvis' death to capitalize on the death. I mean, could these people have BEEN more obvious?
The other central character of "Bubba Ho-tep" is "JFK", played by Ossie Davis, another great performance in the movie. We see an old black man in suit when we look at JFK, but the (deluded?) JFK believes that he really is JFK, his room at the convelecent home is even done up just like a bedroom at the Oval Office, and he claims that he was dyed black as a disguise, and, that his life is connected via an implant to "Them" in Washington, and at the flip of a switch they can turn off his life. He even shows a scar on the back of his skull! Pretty funny when you're watching this scene. Everybody laughed in the theater during this whole part. But isn't this plot concept also just a little................................strange??!?! I thought so. So why "JFK" then? Why make Elvis' sidekick and partner in bustin' some mummy ass, JFK? Pardon my french!
Because.....................JFK was offed by the Illuminati Brotherhood, and was another victim of theirs as well. So it's very fitting when you think about it. We get to watch Elvis and JFK kill (seek their revenge / break free of) the mummy (Illuminati Brotherhood), and succeed in killing it, (unlike how it went in real life.)
The movie is funny, interesting, totally bizarre and campy, contains great performanced by Ossie Davis and Bruce Campbell (Bruce IS Elvis in this movie!) and, there's even something for the conspiracy theorists out there. Gotta love it.
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