“Batman v Superman” – More Than Entertainment

These are all things I noticed when I watched the Batman v Superman movie with my brother-in-law.

If you’ve seen it, you’ll obviously remember Lex Luthor referring to Superman as a god over and over throughout the movie. Lex also made references to Lucifer a few times – his painting, at his party when he mentioned Prometheus (Greek mythology is just a collection of stories about Lucifer and how he would like to be perceived; he’s a narcissist), and when he mentioned Horus and Jehovah in the same sentence inferring that they were the same being (Horus is an Egyptian version of Lucifer).

IMG_2956Also… Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman represented the “unholy trinity” – the Babylonian trinity Nimrod (father), Tammuz (son), and Semiramis (mother); a copy of the holy trinity.



Superman sacrificed himself and was killed while saving the world. In the shot where Superman was lying on the ground in Lois’ arms, Batman stood on one side and Wonder Woman on the other, and there is a cross made out of rubble in the background. Then everyone mourned the death of their “savior” over the next FEW days (obviously a few because they had time to arrange the funeral). We see Lois drop some dirt on his casket and walk away. Then the last shot of the movie was of the dirt on the casket beginning to hover as if if to indicate a resurrection.

There were also other symbolic references and elements that have to do with the overall elitist agendas, secret society ideologies, and mystery school teachings.

It’s not meant to be direct. It’s meant to be subliminal. And here’s something to chew on… You have HD vision, if you will, in the center of your vision and SD elsewhere. You can only clearly see something when you look directly at it. However, your brain “collects” everything you see (including what is in your peripheral vision) and stores it for later use (in your subconscious). Much of advertising is built around this concept, and it is at the core of propaganda. Propaganda is utilized to, on a subliminal and subconscious basis, manipulate the thinking of viewers over a period of time. It has been proven that propaganda, and even advertising and media, can persuade a viewer to think positively, or at least indifferently, about something they previously disagreed with completely. For example, propaganda can be used to persuade someone over time who is totally against homosexuality into feeling indifferent or even embracing it. This type of propaganda is absolutely, wildly rampant these days.

And the great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the WHOLE WORLD— he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.

Revelation 12:9 (emphasis added)

**UPDATE – May 10, 2016**

Warner Bros. Pictures released a deleted scene from Batman v Superman.

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