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Was Star Wars a pathway to demonic possession?

Yoda was based on an actual masonic demon-leader that is conjured up for guidance according to many researchers.

Credo Mutwa has said that Star Wars has demonic/reptilian creatures that actually exist and he singled out Darth Maul as being an actual being.

I was watching ET last night and something incredible occurs in that movie. When the main character is telling ET about life he shows him six action figures from Star Wars:

greedo
[link to starwarstoysstore.com]

hammerhead
[link to www.cybercomicsandtoys.com]

walrus man
[link to theswca.com]

snaggletooth
[link to tribeofdad.net]

Lando Calrissian
Only after Luke is possessed by the demon Yoda does Lando appear on screen. Lando represents Luke's "ascension" and "success" in a freemasonic system. Lando is how Luke sees himself at this point in the story.

Boba Fett
Boba was a clone of Jango Fett. The whole freemasonic matrix/societal system is designed to create clones.

Why would Spielberg choose those six characters, five of which were very obscure to represent what the boy thought was important about Star Wars?

It makes no sense on the surface. Five bit players + one supporting character?

ET was a demon. The movie ET was about a relationship between a boy and his demon. Spielberg was telling us something critical in that scene. Symbolically the first four characters were demons that the boy had chosen to play with because of a movie (that was the goal of ET and apparently Star Wars).

The last two characters represented possessed people: Lando Calrissian and Boba Fett. Lando represents the "independent" type except remember an important point: The empire controlled Lando's city before we met him. That symbolized how Luke was possessed and controlled before he "became" Lando.

Boba Fett was a clone who worked for the empire. He was an "independent" contractor-type but he was a worker bee for the empire when they needed him. He was better off then the storm troopers but he had sold out also.

Immediately after this Elliott points to a fishbowl with fish. He explains that the fish eat the fish food. He places a wooden toy shark into the fishbowl, then states that the shark eats the fish but nobody eats the shark.

Symbolically we are the fish and the demons are the sharks.

Reality 101

Anonymous Coward, Godlike Productions 10 Comments [10/9/2017 11:46:16 AM]
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Lucilius

And here I thought the prequels had stupid plots.

10/9/2017 4:00:18 PM

KingOfRhye

That symbolized how Luke was possessed and controlled before he "became" Lando.


Er...uh......what?

10/9/2017 4:18:09 PM

SomeApe

Reality 101


Best joke ever

10/10/2017 4:30:17 AM

creativerealms

What is this?

10/10/2017 6:16:28 AM

Kanna

Oh, get a grip. And ask your children to explain "fiction" to you.

10/10/2017 8:13:27 AM

kathleenb

This might be the actual dumbest thing I have ever read. Can I sue this person for lost time and brain cells?

10/10/2017 6:41:22 PM

Yossarian Lives

Credo Mutwa sounds like a good character name for a future Star Wars film. Disney could make him a reptilian to play with this person's mind.

10/11/2017 2:39:31 AM

DiarrheaMan

Someone needs a psychiatric evaluation.

10/11/2017 2:11:42 PM

Dr. Weird

You know, I'm not the strongest Star Wars fan in the world, but even I can see the obvious research fail here:

I was watching ET last night and something incredible occurs in that movie. When the main character is telling ET about life he shows him six action figures from Star Wars:


Important to note: ET was released in 1982.


greedo
[link to starwarstoysstore.com]

hammerhead
[link to www.cybercomicsandtoys.com]

walrus man
[link to theswca.com]

snaggletooth
[link to tribeofdad.net]

Lando Calrissian
Only after Luke is possessed by the demon Yoda does Lando appear on screen. Lando represents Luke's "ascension" and "success" in a freemasonic system. Lando is how Luke sees himself at this point in the story.

Boba Fett
Boba was a clone of Jango Fett. The whole freemasonic matrix/societal system is designed to create clones.


Um, the whole deal about Boba Fett being a clone was first revealed in 2002, a whole twenty years later.

Of course, this being CSTDT, Grand Moff Credo Mutwa would say the "simple" answer isn't that his idea is full of shit, it's that Steven Spielberg is really a time traveler.

10/13/2017 8:59:58 AM

Phil O'macedon

I sure am glad they put all of these subtle messages in everything and we have geniuses like you who spot them so effortlessly. They're obviously not as clever as they think they are.

10/23/2017 12:35:12 AM

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