Video Games & Anime Illuminati Agenda Exposed

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I dont have much photos to supply with my comment, but what about Final Fantasy XV? There is so much to the Final Fantasy games, but XV the first one I actually paid attention too. I watched a lot of the guy called Final Fantasy Peasant, and he's made so much analysis on FFXV, despite the story being... sorry, crap there is a lot of symbolism that the guy talked about that gets drowned out because we are too busy playing the side quests.

Especially with Chaos magic, the original FFXV originally FF versus 13 was going to very dark.
I saw XV gameplay and was disappointed enough to not buy it :D after more than 7 years of waiting it turned out worst than expected.
It's full of magic and elemental magic as probably every FF game. I don't remember any blatant symbolism, they're quite constant throughout series with borrowing the same names of monsters and gods from religions like leviathan, behemoth or shiva. So unique it hurts. (But in case of XV it could be because it was originally part of XIII, so names of monsters stayed the same? Who knows.)
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But I played through FFXIII and FFXIII lightning returns (LR) and noticed some interesting stuff. Lightning is one of iconic FF characters, developers wanted to create female counterpart of Cloud from FFVII. Lightning as a symbol can be associated with satan, it was used for example on nazi uniforms as well as in KISS band name. In LR main background theme is checked pattern (masonic, good vs evil, duality), in game it represents chaos that swallowed almost whole their world. Lightning is in LR called the savior, she saves souls by granting them wishes, some people worship her, a heretic group wants to kill her and regularly kill women who looks like her (pink hair), whole game has a timer - countdown to the end of the world, 13 days. At the end Lightning and her friends fight the god of the universe, and after they defeat him, she leads all souls to the new world, new earth that looks like our world. A lot of Biblical similarities, but very twisted.

Official ingame song for Lightning, the savior of the souls. In game a guy sitting near cathedral sings it and plays it on guitar.
♪To the scarlet streak of light
To the one that breaks the silence
You illuminate the night
In most awe-inspiring ways
Sent up from high above
A name like a precious poem
Let me sing this song to you
Gracious savior of our souls♪

Lightning leading her friends and other souls to the new world. Just a few moments after she said there is no place for god there.

The impression I'm getting from this is luciferian, masonic or similar agenda, and paying homage to satan.
 






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I saw XV gameplay and was disappointed enough to not buy it :D after more than 7 years of waiting it turned out worst than expected.
It's full of magic and elemental magic as probably every FF game. I don't remember any blatant symbolism, they're quite constant throughout series with borrowing the same names of monsters and gods from religions like leviathan, behemoth or shiva. So unique it hurts. (But in case of XV it could be because it was originally part of XIII, so names of monsters stayed the same? Who knows.)
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But I played through FFXIII and FFXIII lightning returns (LR) and noticed some interesting stuff. Lightning is one of iconic FF characters, developers wanted to create female counterpart of Cloud from FFVII. Lightning as a symbol can be associated with satan, it was used for example on nazi uniforms as well as in KISS band name. In LR main background theme is checked pattern (masonic, good vs evil, duality), in game it represents chaos that swallowed almost whole their world. Lightning is in LR called the savior, she saves souls by granting them wishes, some people worship her, a heretic group wants to kill her and regularly kill women who looks like her (pink hair), whole game has a timer - countdown to the end of the world, 13 days. At the end Lightning and her friends fight the god of the universe, and after they defeat him, she leads all souls to the new world, new earth that looks like our world. A lot of Biblical similarities, but very twisted.

Official ingame song for Lightning, the savior of the souls. In game a guy sitting near cathedral sings it and plays it on guitar.
♪To the scarlet streak of light
To the one that breaks the silence
You illuminate the night
In most awe-inspiring ways
Sent up from high above
A name like a precious poem
Let me sing this song to you
Gracious savior of our souls♪

Lightning leading her friends and other souls to the new world. Just a few moments after she said there is no place for god there.

The impression I'm getting from this is luciferian, masonic or similar agenda, and paying homage to satan.
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who are the crystals?
 






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Final fantasy XIII, Type 0 and XV (and probably also XIV) belong to Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries.
Wiki says:
"While featuring various worlds and different characters, each Fabula Nova Crystallis game is ultimately based on and expands upon a common mythos focusing on important crystals tied to deities. The level of connection to the mythos varies between each title, with each development team given the freedom to adapt the mythos to fit the context of a game's story."

Magic in these games is based on crystals, so to say that time of crystals is over means that times when magic was used is over.

Some examples:
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(Teleportation crystal from FFXIV)

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(FFXIII - when somebody completed specific assignment from gods, they turned the person into crystal statue and s/he could "live" like this many centuries, until turned back to human form again, usually to complete another assignment).

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In FFXV the main idea was that MC Noctis can materialize different kinds of cold weapons from crystals, so he has spectrum of weapons in hand during a fight. If I remember correctly those weapons belonged to kings who ruled in the past before him.
 






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Final fantasy XIII, Type 0 and XV (and probably also XIV) belong to Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries.
You have to know that animated movie Atlantis made by Illuminati Disney containts crystal connected to human superpowers. Magic == superpowers.
Noctis -- Nocturnal. I forgot but it means "shadow" on Latin.
 






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Final fantasy XIII, Type 0 and XV (and probably also XIV) belong to Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries.
Wiki says:
"While featuring various worlds and different characters, each Fabula Nova Crystallis game is ultimately based on and expands upon a common mythos focusing on important crystals tied to deities. The level of connection to the mythos varies between each title, with each development team given the freedom to adapt the mythos to fit the context of a game's story."

Magic in these games is based on crystals, so to say that time of crystals is over means that times when magic was used is over.

Some examples:
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(Teleportation crystal from FFXIV)

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(FFXIII - when somebody completed specific assignment from gods, they turned the person into crystal statue and s/he could "live" like this many centuries, until turned back to human form again, usually to complete another assignment).

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In FFXV the main idea was that MC Noctis can materialize different kinds of cold weapons from crystals, so he has spectrum of weapons in hand during a fight. If I remember correctly those weapons belonged to kings who ruled in the past before him.
Could it allegorically represent God's angels?
 






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Could it allegorically represent God's angels?
Hmm, I don't think so. It's rather a nonpersonal source of power. Angels are mentioned very rarely in those games and if so, it's usually linked to game character. Closest could be Eidolons, bio-mechanical transformers created by gods, that can be summoned by MCs and can help during battle. One of Eidolons, Odin, was later called angel of Valhalla.
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You have to know that animated movie Atlantis made by Illuminati Disney containts crystal connected to human superpowers. Magic == superpowers.
Noctis -- Nocturnal. I forgot but it means "shadow" on Latin.
Noctis' name is usually translated as night, with root word being latin nox. But I get your point, his name probably holds some important symbolism.
Noctis Lucius Caelum (night, light, heaven)
 






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Game developer Wargaming support COVIDLO histeria with UN. It is violation of human rights. Boycott their games.
 






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Cultist Simulator Failbetter Games (авторами Fallen London

Weather Factory, a studio founded by Alexis Kennedy, formerly of Failbetter Games.

Both in the mundane world and the occult underground. At first glance, the Capital is "just" a heartless place where casual laborers and low-level clerks can barely feed themselves. But under the surface, there's occult conspiracies that kidnap and murder people for more power, a Suppression Bureau that arrests people for violating secret laws, immortals with an inherent and uncontrollable urge to eat their children which turns them into monsters if they give into it, and a dreamworld where you can be destroyed either by despair or by greater knowledge than you can handle. Assuming that you aren't killed by more literal monsters, of course. And if you can't handle your life, there are more than one active occult mafias who will buy it from you.
 






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What crystals are, narratively, in Final Fantasy games varies from game to game and sometimes even within the games.

In some of the older games, crystals are basically... Fragments of creation, based on the classic elements of earth, fire, air (usually called wind in Final Fantasy), and water. If they loose their power, bad things usually happen.

In Final Fantasy XIV, there's four types of crystals; normal ones, aetheryite, soul crystals, and crystals of light and darkness.

Normally crystals as basically... Batteries. They contain aether, which can be used for... Anything. It's effectively all forms of energy all rolled into one.

Aetheryite are beacons for teleportation... Although calling it teleportation is sort of wrong, since it's closer to FTL travel with the way it's described. And it's basically they for the same reason a lighthouse is there.

Soul crystals, ironically, have little to do with souls. More collective memories, based down, that stores understanding of whatever job you're taking. They can be dangerous in the wrong hands but less because of anything to do with the previous owners and more because you suddenly know how to manipulate aether to make big explosions but aren't talented enough to not blow yourself up.

Crystals of light and darkness are connected to the "deities" of Hydaelyn and Zodiark respectfully... But all gods in the FFXIV are... complicated. It would require a lot of time to really explain the cosmology and some of the stuff isn't going to even be clear until the next expansion.
 






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Normally crystals as basically... Batteries. They contain aether, which can be used for... Anything. It's effectively all forms of energy all rolled into one.
It was real stuff. They hide from us our real technologies. Here are buildings wtih these technologies. Take a look.
Please can someone who know Final Fantasy series can you share more infromation about this topic.
 






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It was real stuff. They hide from us our real technologies. Here are buildings wtih these technologies. Take a look.
Please can someone who know Final Fantasy series can you share more infromation about this topic.
What am I missing with the video? I did watch some of it. Don't see the "technologies".
 






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Again I seem to miss the implications of your word jugglery?

How did you come from Pizza Gate to "P is a gate" to "Open says me" and what does it mean and why should it be a truer reading than the obvious "watergate" reference?
It is from Survivor. If you don't bother to read why do you bother to write?
 






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Could it allegorically represent God's angels?
FF has djins and efrits and summons and whatnot in it, so I think not.

With all the things regarding Coweed19 and vaccines (and mandates), let's have a look at the recent Wolfenstein titles:
2014 The New Order
2015 The Old Blood
2017 The New Colossus
2019 The Young Blood (and Cyberpilot, but I don't think that one has any importance)
I believe there's a message here, that they will sacrifice old blood to establish a new order, and young blood to arouse the new colossus!
Take of it what you will.
 






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There was a game called Homefront released 10 years ago and developed by a studio appropriately called Kaos Studios. The game is about a North Korean takeover of many nations, including the Eastern half of the United States, and the subsequent establishment of a communist dictatorship which forces American citizens to engage in guerilla warfare against the regime. The story was written by John Milius who was also the screenwriter for the movies Apocalypse Now as well as Red Dawn which he also directed, its plot being similar to Homefront in that "[it] depicts a United States that has been invaded by the Soviet Union and its Cuban and Nicaraguan allies." This wasn't the only 2010's video game with Cold War propaganda, as Call of Duty: Black Ops which was released the year prior was heavily focused on it.

But what I really find interesting is that the game had a trailer called "Future History" which predicts a hypothetical series of events leading to societal collapse and the takeover of the United States by communists: civil unrest, hyperinflation and market crash, food shortages, a medical epidemic. In particular, when it gets to the years 2018-2022, there is a voice on a bullhorn saying "martial law is now in effect; excessive force will be used" and then it shows a headline which reads "Asian bird flu epidemic kills 6 million Americans". Note the 6 million figure.


I don't doubt that the near-pandemics of the past decades were precursors to an eventual manufactured crisis to establish a worldwide communist dictatorship (the coat of arms of the Soviet Union depicts a globe after all). And I think Homefront is also one of many other mediums which forebodes that very thing, though it also acts as a diversion by giving the impression that the communist takeover would be an overt invasion from another country as opposed to a covert takeover from within.

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Above: the streets have become militarized zones. People are rounded up and locked in cages or shot. A voice over a bullhorn says "Please have your papers ready to show to the police."
 






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In the game, released in 2011 and set in 2027, the 'augs' (those with technological augmentations, i.e. people who have a biochip, i.e. trans-humans) are advised by the WHO to get a biochip replacement after the 'augs' start to experience glitches. This recall is done in order to make the trans-humans remotely controllable through electromagnetic (EMF) means. They are made to go crazy but implicitly they could be shut down as well.
I'd also like that mention that augmented people in Deus Ex are dependent on injections of a drug called Neuropazyne:
Neuropozyne, informally called No-Poz or Nu-Poz, is a drug used by the mechanically augmented in the 2020s. It helps prevent neuroprosthesis rejection syndrome, a build-up of scar tissue that blocks electrical signals between augmentation electrodes and human tissue, ultimately resulting in rejection.
I bring this up specifically with the theory in mind that the CovID vaccines destroy the body's natural immunity, creating an antibody dependence so that people will pretty much be forced to keep getting injections or else develop a potentially fatal autoimmune disorder.
 






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I'd also like that mention that augmented people in Deus Ex are dependent on injections of a drug called Neuropazyne:


I bring this up specifically with the theory in mind that the CovID vaccines destroy the body's natural immunity, creating an antibody dependence so that people will pretty much be forced to keep getting injections or else develop a potentially fatal autoimmune disorder.
Deus Ex - still one of the best games around. The plot is wonderful - showing all the traps of transhumanism merged with corporations. Indeed very relevant.
 






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FF has djins and efrits and summons and whatnot in it, so I think not.

With all the things regarding Coweed19 and vaccines (and mandates), let's have a look at the recent Wolfenstein titles:
2014 The New Order
2015 The Old Blood
2017 The New Colossus
2019 The Young Blood (and Cyberpilot, but I don't think that one has any importance)
I believe there's a message here, that they will sacrifice old blood to establish a new order, and young blood to arouse the new colossus!
Take of it what you will.
nope cyber is very important! nice find!
 






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