"Dr. Who" Signals Plan to Destroy Israel
August 25, 2011
Left, Dr. Who with one of his Jewish Robots, called "Daleks"
The Illuminati descend from the Sabbatean Frankist cult who have always conspired to destroy the Jews once they served their purpose.
Nearly every possible Illuminati stamp is in the re-launched "Dr. Who" BBC-TV science fiction series: multi-sexuality; blatant anti-religion; and occult symbology of the most obvious sort.
But what marks Dr. Who as a clear, and primary, Illuminati-managed project is revealed in two ways:
1) The show presents an analogy to the Jewish race that matches precisely the manner in which Jews at large have been used, manipulated, and sentenced to die.
2) New episodes of the show mirror world events which have transpired more or less recently. When we keep in mind that these episodes were planned and created more than a year in advance, we begin to see a pattern: the Illuminati have a precise plan and are acknowledging their hand in the unfolding of events.
The Jewish analogy is presented in the form of a race named the Daleks. The name "dalek" is drawn from the Norwegian word "dalig", which means "bad". In Season One of the re-launched series, there is a running theme concerning a mysterious entity or group going by the name of "bad wolf". The complete phrase "dalig ulv", or "bad wolf" is given in an episode in a subsequent season of Dr. Who. [This par corrected from original.]
As students of the Protocols of Zion are aware, any significant media representation of wolves is reflective of the Illuminati claim to be wolves against the general human sheep.
The "Doctor" is the ultimate enemy of the Daleks. Time and time again, he has wiped them out with one fell shot - yet they inevitably resurface once more, in one form or another. The Daleks fear the "Doctor" intensely. In fact their nicknames for him are "the Coming Storm" and "the Destroyer of Worlds".
Why would the Illuminati name themselves wolves, and then create a fictional race of wolves, and then set themselves up in a blood feud to destroy those wolves? Wouldn't that be to destroy themselves?
No, that's not how it works, in reality. Jews have been used, to a great many ends, as have we all.
The Illuminati no more love their wolfish pack dogs than they love any of the rest of us, and their intention to destroy Israel has been made completely clear.
In one episode, one of the most recent, in fact, a woman named Jennifer Lucas ("Lucas" also means "wolf") formulates a plan to destroy all people who are not like her. Another character tells her, "You used to be a sweet kid, Jennifer, but you've become a monster."
Ultimately, she transforms into a beast and she is destroyed by a man who looks and acts like the Doctor, but who really is not. The destruction of Lucas marks the destruction of Israel. The destruction of the fake Doctor echoes the Illuminatis' intention to destroy those who operate as the mask of the Illuminati (for that, cross-reference the film V for Vendetta).
In another episode, the very creator of the Dalek race is himself destroyed, along with the all of his progeny. He is betrayed by the supreme Dalek, in fact, a being named Dalek Khan ("Lord of the Daleks"). Just before the holocaust occurs, Dalek Khan explains his decision to annihilate his people, "I saw what we have become, and I decreed that there would be no more."
THE ILLUMINATI SELF CONGRATULATION STAMP
The "Illuminati self-congratulation" stamp is given to events that were planned long ago and which have come to pass. Illustrations abound.
Events occur; symbols and contexts in Dr. Who mirror them. Most would pass these things off as coincidence, and for that matter most would pass off conspiracy theories as the stuff of fools, but anyone who has worked in television and film production knows that there are no accidents, in production.
I will provide one example. Earlier this year, unrest broke out in North Africa shortly after, the sixth season of Dr. Who began its run. In this series - actually, beginning at the end of the fifth season - the Doctor is suddenly obsessed with wearing a fez. The fez is a style of hat that is worn exclusively in North Africa.
"I wear a fez now," the Doctor says, on multiple occasions, including during an intrusion into the Oval Office of the United States, where, incidentally, he acts as a representative of Scotland Yard (one of many non-stop references to the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry).
At the very beginning of the first episode of Season Six, the main human characters view a video of Dr. Who, wearing a fez, dancing in Morocco with Abbott and Costello amidst the French Foreign Legion. One of the characters says, "Do you think he's back there, trying to wave at us out of history books?"
Anyone who has been paying attention knows of the British and French role in the unrest unfolding in North Africa. They might also feel strange upon seeing the "Scotland Yard" Doctor arrive in the Oval Office and state, "Bring me a fez. I want a fez. I wear a fez now."
This is an example of Illuminati self-congratulation on the fact of accomplishing what they set forth to do.
OTHER ILLUMINATI "STAMPS"
The details of Dr. Who production are alive and fraught with Illuminati stamps.
One of the central characters of the series is Jack Harkness, a voracious multi-sexual who is called "the human of the future". He is transformed into a deathless being, who over billions of years, transforms gradually into a gigantic demonic head. This being assumes the name, "the Face of Beau" ("the face of beauty") and he becomes the ultimate protector and savior of the human race.
Another character is Rory the Roman. He began as a normal British citizen, but ended up as a Roman Centurion, guarding the sleep of his Celtic Scottish bride, Amelia Pond.
She was killed by the Doctor's enemies, but the Doctor placed her within Pandora's Box for 2000 years to revive. Upon her emergence from the box, the known universe was destroyed and then re-created according to her memories.
Rory the Roman is an analogy for the relationship between the Scottish Rite and the Vatican. We might also note that, shortly after the appearance of Rory the Roman on the BBC, not one but two films were released by Hollywood, concerning the fate of the Ninth Legion in Scotland. One was entitled "The Centurion", and the other, "The Eagle". Both were Illuminati-sponsored productions and they are a must-see.
Displays of energetic power in Dr. Who are given in the same enticing elemental colors and production design themes that defined the visual potency of Star Wars.
Red, blue, yellow, white, and green each have specific symbolic importance in the series. Star Wars echoes are too numerous to mention here and now. As Star Wars was itself an Illuminati-sponsored enterprise, this is no surprise. I could add, at least, that the very creator of the Daleks was the physical model used to design the appearance of the "the Emperor" in the Star Wars series, even down to his voice.
The statement, "Everyone has to die sometime. Who decides when?", is repeated throughout the series. Plans are in play.
Every name in the series has been chose for a reason.
THE OCCULT AND FREEMASONRY
Occult and Masonic even Satanic symbology abounds in Dr. Who.
Serpents, Satanic crosses, the Cross of the Knights Templar...even the shape of the Doctor's vehicle, the Tardis, is capped by a pyramid mounted with a brilliant light.
There is furthermore a series of episodes dealing with a species named as "the Weeping Angels", who are the "deadliest species that ever evolved". The Weeping Angels are horrifically violent entities who take the form of Catholic Christian statues. Ultimately, the Doctor drives them out of existence and out of human memory.
These symbols, and a great deal of story emphasize that "true humanity" has been bound as a prisoner since the onset of the Christian faith.
The "prisoner" theme is recurring in Dr. Who, precisely to transmit this message. The awakening of Amy Pond, the Celtic bride, after 2,000 years of doctoring, from within the very box accredited with bringing Enlightenment to Mankind, is no coincidence.
This is what the Illuminati intend. It's what they stand for, what they believe in, what they have been working all this time to achieve: to destroy religion, to destroy the the "failures" of the past, to revive "True Humanity" by releasing "the Prisoner", and to create "the Man of the Future".
The group we call the Illuminati are real. They have no hesitation over revealing their motives and plans to a dull and unreflective general population.
They know it will pass mostly unnoticed. This doesn't bother them. In their view, not only does it reinforce their feeling that people aren't worth crying over, once they're ended, but it actually incites something like laughter.
"Aspen" says he is what the Illuminati call a "Signal and Context Tester."
They select individuals of superior intelligence and subject them to intrusive signals, via multiple means. This has been happening to him since he was a child. He is permitted to write to Makow because he needs to speak, and whatever Makow posts will be harmless in effect. Everything he wrote was approved.