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Sunday, July 09, 2006

Analyzing the E.T. poster

Maybe I've been watching to many Jordan Maxwell and Michael Tsarion lectures at, but the poster for E.T. has been fascinating me lately. It seems replete with esoteric and occult imagery. Whether this is intentional or because of an unconscious mechanism I leave to you to decide. Personally I believe a combination of both might be responsible.

Different posters exist for older and newer versions but most have a combination of two elements. The silhouette of Elliot and E.T. flying across the moon on the bicycle and a pair of hands pointing towards each other exactly like the famous painting of "The Creation of Adam" by Michelangelo on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

The moon has been a theme of late in this blog and in past articles it's connection with UFO's, rabbits and psychedelic mushrooms has been addressed at length. Remember that we see rabbits in the film just before we see the E.T's for the first time?. Taking this into account it seems very fitting to have both the human and alien image flying across the moon together. The moon which seems to be intimately connected to UFO's and as speculated in the previous entry could be of unknown origin and/or a UFO itself. Another hint towards the theme of synchronicity between humans, aliens and the moon slipped into this famous image, the E.T. poster?

Then we have the two hands that of an alien and a human child pointing towards each other simulating the image of God creating Adam in the famous painting. Could this be another coded message? How about the aliens creating man as in the work of Zacharia Sichin? Look closely at the little lens flare or star in between E.T. and Elliot's fingers. The classic symbol of the solar disc bisected with the four cardinal points. Also notice that E.T's (alien) hand is on the right hand side and Elliot's (man) is on the left. In the original painting however Adam (man) is on the left and God is on the right. What could this mean? Perhaps its is trying to highlight the fact that man is an alien aswell! Something which could be true even if you don't buy into the whole idea of Gods/UFO's tampering with ancient indigenous hominids.
Nobel prize winner Francis Crick co-discoverer of the structure of DNA suggested that the molecule of life was of extraterrestrial origin. (more on this in "The Cosmic Serpent" by Jeremy Narby p73)

1 comment:

Dawn said...

On one hand, I sometimes think you have way too much time on your hands...

On the other hand, I ponder the same thing frequently. I suppose you have yet to investigate the Elohim/Yahweh/Jehovah = Alien theory?

As Sagan said, If we're alone out here, it's an awful waste of space.

We're all animals. We're all aliens.