So, I have quit watching movies for a few reasons. The last movie I watches was the kids movie, Blank Check a few weeks ago. Turns out that classic film promotes pedophilia and child murder for the sake of greed. But that isn’t what this post is about. Last night Sarah asked me to watch The Secret Life of Pets. And again, I obliged. Because, at the end of the day, what is the harm… right? It’s just a kid’s show.
With that said, let’s take an honest look at this film. First off, the opening scene to the film is the Universal Logo. This logo implies both the Copernican Principle of Heliocentric cosmological evolution, but it goes a little further than that. We have the earth spinning on its axis as the sun shines from a great magical distance 92 million miles away. There are countless scriptures that clearly state that the earth is motionless. Here is just one of these verses (Honestly, this one is beside the point. I realize most people will think I am ignorant here).
Fear before him, all the earth: the world also shall be stable, that it be not moved. – 1 Chronicles 16:30
And if you are more of a “science is proof” type of person, you need look no further than the Michelson and Morley Experiment, Aries Failure, and the Sagnac’s Experiment for said proof. But that is beside the point. I like the fact that the current agenda of our world leaders is universalism. And here we are, being force fed that phrase.
The very next image that came up on the screen before the movie even started was the promotional spot for a company called Illumination Entertainment. Let’s totally set aside the fact that the name of the company is “light, or to bring light“. When talking about illumination in a biblical sense it is generally referring to consciousness. Consciousness of sin. Consciousness of good and evil… and so on. I would quote a verse here, but the choices are endless. The bible is filled with it. Also, let us totally set aside the fact that the Latin meaning for Lucifer is “light-bringer“.
With that in mind, I do not find the so called minion at the bottom right of the screen awkward at all. In fact, I find it absolutely intentional. The definition of minion is a servile dependent follower of less importance. And, of all the minions that could have popped up on the screen we have the one eyed creature presented to us. Go figure. You can Click Here to read another blog I wrote about Odin, a one eyed god, who happens to have nearly every single character trait of Satan. Again, another intentional subconscious slip of suggestion for us and our children.
But who am I kidding, I am being overly ignorant. Moving on…
Okay, now on to the actual movie. I will admit the film was cute and I clearly could see my own pets in several of the characters. There was even one poop joke that came out of nowhere so quick that it had me laughing pretty hard. So, don’t get me wrong. It was an entertaining watch. But the question is, do we have the eyes to see? Do we have the ears to hear?
When evaluating the true message of this film one need look no further than the antagonist. In my opinion his role is really what this film is all about. This film is not about the secret life of pets. No, it is instead about the Lucifarian deception of rising above, and end times prophecy. We have the heavenly lives being lived in the clouds of the sky scrapers. We have an underworld ruled by a demonic white rabbit, who just so happens to hold the key to the bottomless pit (I will elaborate on this in just a second).
And the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star fall from heaven unto the earth: and to him was given the key of the bottomless pit. – Revelation 9:1
So, what is the white rabbit and why is it a staple character in so many movies, Alice in Wonderland being the most prominent? Well, I am glad you asked. According to Whispers, Channels, Prophecies, and Visions (a multi-dimensional spiritual self proclaimed professional) the white rabbit appears as a sign that life will be all the more beautiful from here. It is also an interpretation that you will begin chapters anew in your life. The White rabbit also represents the hollow. And hollow defines emptiness and the opportunity to be filled. This site goes even further to suggest that ascended (fallen) angels are our masters.
So, let me get this straight. The white rabbit in this movie is the lord of the underworld, commands the great beast (Sacred Viper in the movie), forces all members to take the mark of that beast (via snake bite), holds the key, and… white rabbits just so happen to also symbolizes everything that happened in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve?
How are people not making the connection? To sum up the words of that Eastern Mysticism site on the rabbit, when he appears he makes promises of a better life. You will start a new chapter in life (out with Eden, in with sin). As a result you will be hollow. And, now that you are empty Satan will try to fill God’s true place in your life.
But, honestly… despite what a rabbit generally symbolizes in a spiritual sense, I think we can set that aside and clearly just look at the actions of this character in the movie to see the truth.
With all of that in mind, I do not at all find it a coincidence that at the end of the film this Luciferian character becomes one of the main heroes… yet again with another key as he dives under water to save the two dogs in the truck. We present you Satan, and then we show you why you should love him!
This movie is pre-programming for children. Forcing them to accept what is actually coming!!!
Wake up people. Turn off your TV!!! But, hey who am I kidding… this movie wasn’t about the eventual rise of an anti-Christ figure, forcing everyone to take the mark, rising out of the bottomless pit after having opened it with the key, raining down terror on the earth, to then turn around and magically be painted as the savior… no not at all.
I could just be ignorant, but it seems to me that Universal and Illuminations wants your kids to admire the gate keeper, take the mark, be excited about the chaos the gate keeper inflicts, and then… praise him in the end for being their savior.
Seems logical to me. And intentional for that matter. Because, let’s face it. There is coming a day when the light-bringer will be given a key to the bottomless pit, unleashing chaos into the world. And in turn, he will force the mark on all peoples while also placing himself as a false savior.
Don’t be fooled. This type of film is what I call predicted programming. They are just priming the children for the truth while doing their best to keep them asleep.