The connection between Star Wars and Occult

Everyone’s watched Star Wars and almost everyone loves it. It’s one of the most influential movies of all times with 7th part a big hit recently and the 8th one in the making. The franchise is big making billions of dollars each year with only accessories and branded Star Wars stuff. With a huge fandom and it’s own universe full of tales and legends, we all can agree that it’s one of the things which can easily be used and manipulated by the global elite to influence and infiltrate the minds of our generation. So today at May the 4th, we will talk about the occultism in Star Wars. There’s not much information on the subject and I had a real hard time researching as I’m not an occultist and also not very good at breaking symbolism too. Specially the unusual and uncommon ones so definitely I must have left a great deal of things but I’ll try to give to you enough information to make you see that Star Wars is not all about Love and Light. May the 4th be with you!
Occult origins and roots of Star Wars
“May the force be with you” of Star Wars is the most famous of all movie lines. Not only in the franchise but also in the whole of Hollywood and also in other huge oversees movie industries like Bollywood. But not many people know that it comes from the Pagan “May the Lord be with you”. It’s well known that George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars was a student of Mythology at college. Christian author Pastor David J. Meyer, once a practicing witchcraft, explains the true meaning of “May the Force be with you.” He wrote: “When real witches have sabats and esbats and meet as a coven, they greet each other by saying “Blessed be,” and when they part, they say “The Force be with you.”. This is only one of the many things as we will come to see. One other thing which I have noticed is that there’s hierarchical mentality in Star Wars. Like only people of a specific bloodline can become jedis. Anakin is a classic example of this.  In Star Wars both Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda appear as familiar spirits to instruct and advise Luke Skywalker.  The Star Wars concept of eternal life matches occult Theosophy. Theosophy teaches deceased masters can communicate after their death to spiritually awake individuals. Anakin, Obi-Wan and Yoda appear to Luke after their death during the Death Star destruction celebration. Contact with a supernatural agency, is usually viewed by Christians, Jews and Muslims as contact with a fallen angel or demon. Abrahamic religions teach the supernatural contact appearing as a deceased loved one is ademon who has assumed the identity of a deceased person to fool a human for evil purposes. Now, I don’t support any of these views as I haven’t studied any of them well enough to judge them but we’re here discuss about Star Wars. Names of major characters in Star Wars almost always have New World Order religious significance. In Egypt we had a serpent/reptilian order called the Djedhi which I believe is the origin of Jedis. Djedi is the name of the magician who the Pharaoh Khufu consulted to help build the Great Pyramid of Giza. Khufu, also known asCheops, reigned from around 2589 to 2566 B.C. Khufu was the second pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty. Khufu was succeeded by his son Djedefre. The name Djedi is still used in modern times although most people are only familiar with the Star Wars Jedi name. For example, in 2012 a group called Djedi was exploring the Great Pyramid of Giza. The name Djedi is also a modern name for powerful magicians in the service of the power elite or pharaoh power structure. In Star Wars, the Jedi also are powerful magicians in the service of a power elite. The Djedi sorcerers in Ancient Egypt were the magicians that tried to defeat Moses and Aaron who demanded the Pharaoh, Rameses II, free the slaves. The Djedi failed to defeat Moses but did possess Jedi-like powers. Credo Mutwa says on the Reptilian Agenda, part one, that he was amazed to see Darth Maul because of his likeness to the reptilians in ancient and modern African legend. Luke Skywaker’s daughter. Rey is a name in the Egyptian mystery religion which means a source of right and justice. In Spanish “rey” means “king.” Often spelled Re, Ra or Pra, this Skywalker is royalty and the primary figure in The Force Awakens.  This worshipped god was believed to travel across the sky and the underworld. Many syncretisms were formed between Rey and other gods including Re-Skywalker, Amon-Re, Sebek-Re, Khnum-Re, and Re-Harakhty. In The Force Awakens Rey’s connection to Luke is signaled when she touches her father’s lightsaber. The film ends with her on the planet Ahch-To and climbing a stone staircase with Freemasonic symbolism. Rey gives her father his original lightsaber. In the final scene, Luke says nothing in an attempt to leave the audience wondering about his emotionally powerful acknowledgement of her presence. Another example is Darth Vader. Darth is name from the Dark Lords of the Sith Order. The word “vader” means “father” in German. This dark lord father is one of many very powerful demons. Other darth’s are Darth Sidious, Darth Tyranus, Darth Maul, Darth Bane, Darth Andeddu, Darth Krayt, Darth Venamis and Darth Plagueis. Master Qui-Gon Jinn which means master of life energy spirits. Qui is pronounced qi or chee is the Eastern art of qi or chi life energy. A jinn is a genie which is also known as a djinn. A djinn is a middle Eastern spirit or demon with supernatural influence over people. IT means that he’s got Archnotic/Demiurgic influence on him. Some of the name meanings require an extensive knowledge of occult religions, especially the ancient Egyptian mystery religions. For example, Yoda is a hidden master in the religion of Freemasonry. Freemasonry claims a direct lineage from ancient Egypt and even the legendary people of Atlantis. Upper level Freemasons have specific esoteric Knights Templar rituals for illuminated members. In the Freemason York Rite, the Knights Templar is the final order and Knights Templar rituals exist outside of the York Rite branch of Freemasonry. The Knights Templars had an intermediary with Lucifer called Jota or Yota. Freemasonry teaches this creature was small, had pointed ears, and was the ultimate teacher. In the religion of Freemasonry Yoda is an ascended master and chief enemy of God. I personally believe that there’s no god but infinite love/consciousness just experiencing it’s infinity through us. We are all Gods. Both you and I.
This is most I could get out for now but I’ll be looking into this subject sometime will love to write more extensively about it. Reading all this not to make you hate Star Wars but to just make you aware of what’s it all about. It’s nothing new and it’s the same all major famous things in this world. Some in the world of alternative media too! There’s nothing wrong in watching and enjoying these things but we need to be aware so that we do not fall in their traps. After all it’s all about perception deception.
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