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Movie: Waterworld (1995)
1) Waterworld features triangles in almost every scene - coupled with depictions of the eye for at least five of those scenes - representing all-seeing eye symbolism. Evidently, the production crew must have gone to great pains - by proxy or otherwise - to ensure the design of the atoll, trimaran and other scenes were physically structured with triangles or through artistic visual effects and cinematography to the point of exaggeration. This includes jet skis with non-standard triangular supports on the underside seen with one eye through a periscope; a watchman looking through a telescope aimed directly at the camera with his arms in a stiff triangle formation; the mast of the trimaran forming an oval shape between triangular ropes during the grand entrance to the atoll; the end of a periscope at the intersection of four triangles shown in soft-focus; the main villain sporting glasses deliberately at a 45 degree angle with one eye patched. One of the Elders of the atoll has a pair of glasses whose left frame is rather oddly larger than the right frame. The main villain has a synthetic eye that others pretend to admire, and one of his "smokers" even has a Freemason style hat that looks like an upside-down bowel placed upon his head. At the end of the movie the villain's plane crashes, but the triangular-shaped landing gear falls away in the nick of time, thereby escaping the explosion so to speak. Waterworld was the most expensive production of it's time.
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Movie: Waterworld (1995)
4) Waterworld features a lot of references to the Globe Earth deception. The "mad scientist" in the movie (as I refer to him) has an observatory that resembles the dome/firmament, with a transparent view of the surrounding water. In there he discusses astronomy with mentions of "Polaris", "horizon" and "straight line", and it sounds like he even mentions the word "dome" too. There are several scenes with "boats going over the horizon" and with close-ups of the Sun and Moon to make them appear the same size on the horizon. Two of the Smokers tasked with deciphering a map tattooed on a girl's back, also discuss astronomy, and say it would have been better if the map was "flat", and they reiterate the word "flat", discussing the possibility of cutting it off her back, stretching it out and mounting it. The Elders of the atoll are seen wearing hats based on the design of the UN logo/flat-earth map framed by 33 partitions (the main villain also has an umbrella to the same hat design). An underwater scene features Helen in a vessel surrounded by fire flares (shouldn't be possible underwater) akin to the dome/firmament with stars and water against it. Helen is shown to almost be flooded inside the vessel against the backdrop of a destroyed city submerged beneath water. Some National Geographic magazines had been discovered showing "mad weather" flooding and a picture of a village with a church; another issue showed primitive bushmen who "must eat their meal in the rain". Upon returning to the surface the dial/pointer on-board the trimaran is shown to jump backwards from 700/800 to 200/300. Incidentally, an earlier scene in the movie measures some dirt at 3.2 kg. The crew discussing Waterworld in the documentary Maelstrom: The Odyssey of Waterworld stated that A Boy and His Dog (set in 2024) was an influence for the movie. During the last hour of Waterworld is mention of a (geographical) "pole-shift", but then the "mad scientist" (has test tubes for measuring water levels) is shown to be breaking through the domed observatory using an invented flying machine of sorts, describing the event as "an accident".
  #Globe Earth Deception   #Freemasons   #Flooding   #Catholic Church - Rome - Vatican   #Dark Age - Uncivilised   #2023   #2024

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