Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Decoding Movies (Maxims and Aphorisms): 7 Lessons J.K.Rowling taught us about life

Updated: May 2nd 2015 - I went in and corrected some of the grammar errors and expanded on the explanations for more clarity. I also added an example from the show Fringe courtesy of American Kabuki

Movies, Books and Video Games are filled with hidden meaning and allegory, as we discussed briefly in this post. There are many different interpretations to the meanings given in these works, and usually there is a positive interpretation which can be gleaned when one casts the work against a backdrop of the Ancient Mysteries, Positive Freemasonry or Alchemy; the path of Self Mastery
"Know thyself and ye shall know the universe and the Gods" - Pythagoras 
The above quote is inscribed on the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, which echoes Sibyl, one of the most accurate Oracles in history. A Maxim or Aphorism is a short phrase or sentence which when applied to yourself, usually bestows a powerful life lesson or rule for living. And these gems of wisdom are hidden everywhere in our modern day world. Why would the powers that be bathe us in these gems of hidden wisdom? I theorize that there are two reasons they do this:

One is to reveal deep truth in a subliminal way so that it is normalized within the viewer's mind; this desensitizes people to its true power. Hide Sacred Geometry in Logos and Religious Symbols and most people will never dig deeper than the socially acceptable meaning. This prolific use of symbolism also to 'charges' the symbol with meanings in the minds of humanity, like a resonating chamber, which the cabal can then use in so called 'black magic rituals.' This is why 'ignoring the negative' is essential for their plans, and why the bogus new age movement has been pushing this meme. Ignoring the negative literally gives Cabal your power. As such exploring the so called negative and reconciling it with the truth, naturally transforms this meaning in your mind into a positive thought form, dispelling their black magic plans. Additionally, anything we refuse to look at consciously literally controls us at an unconscious level. See the post Divine Feminine in Distress - She is waiting for your Divine Masculine! | All human beings are divided into four general classes by Manly P. Hall for more on this.


The Second reason is reason is bolstered when considering a total view of the universe within a framework of an Infinitely Perfect and Eternal Creator (revealed in Natural Law or the Law of One - see this presentation for more on on this): the powers that were are bound by the Law of Free Will to instruct us in the ways of Universal Law so that we willingly choose to be ignorant in the face of so much truth. In other words, if the Creator were to come down and cast judgement on our would-be masters, they would simply claim they tried to teach us the truth but we were either too stupid or unwilling to receive it and act accordingly; their long standing position of authority is that of our self imposed incompetence to act as true Humans. For more on this see the post How the Cabal Maintains Their Power And What You Need To Do To Stop It - Un-Consent.




Synchronicity has played a big role in my personal journey of understanding myself and the universe. I am constantly watching movies which have an Aphorism within dialog just as I happen to be thinking about something in relation to my personal experience. I spend a great deal of time contemplating my experience and what it means in relation to all things. I suspect everyone does this in their own way and it can be thought of as a type of divination or reading of the tea leaves in one's life. 


I have no doubt that there is a contingent of people working behind the scenes in Hollywood which are using films as a sort of modern day Mystery School; wherein the participants do not know they are being initiated unless they have the eyes to see and the ears to hear. Another thing to note about symbolism is that it has many layers of meaning. Often there is a surface layer of negative implication which is woven together around a holistic positive meaning structure. Not all works fit this modality, but a great many do. 


The method for discovering these gems of wisdom is to pull a line or scene out of context and apply it to the context of your life as a whole, similar to an Astrological Reading. Some of the Movies with meaning which come to mind are: The Matrix Trilogy, Inception, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings Series, Man of Steel, Game of Thrones Series, Once Upon A Time... and many, many more. 


Here is one such example in the show Fringe (thank you American Kabuki for posting this). Here there is a discussion between the 'Observers' and Nina Sharp, wherein they talk about the evolution of consciousness, and that the race of observers has held back their own evolution by attempting to removing love and compassion. This is an allegory for the Negative ET races David Wilcock mentioned in his recent talk, but most especially by Dan Winter here. This is also an allegory for the p45's and p52's that Dan Bursch spoke of, and we analyzed in the post Decoding Fiction - Science of Meaning | As Above So Below (Fractal) Symbolism in Once Upon A Time TV Series.





- Justin

Source - Mind Openerz



J. K. Rowling is an author who seemingly came out of nowhere yet in just a few short years she captivated the hearts of millions. Children and adults alike were spellbound by the magical world of Harry Potter and year upon year the fandom continued to grow.

While the Harry Potter series may be primarily aimed at youngsters, as we watched Harry, Hermione, and Ron grow from children to adults J. K. Rowling taught us some valuable life lessons.

Her legendary coming of age story is one of loss, love, belief, and friendship, lessons that will no doubt be as valuable a century form now as they are today. That said, here’s seven of those lessons to remind you just what J. K. Rowling has taught us…

1. A Good Heart Outweighs Great Talent
“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.”- Albus Dumbledore. When all is said and done, living kindly is far more important than living famously. Making the right choices is what counts, not how well we can do certain things.

2. Bravery Comes In Many Forms
“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.” - Albus Dumbledore. While this lesson was only a minor part of the Harry Potter series it’s certainly one of the most memorable and I think it’s something we should all hold dear and remember frequently.

3. Life Is To Be Lived
“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all, in which case you have failed by default.”This is a lesson J. K. Rowling taught us outside of her writing yet it’s a lesson that we ought to remember daily. Live boldly, live freely, and live without fear of failure.

4. Everyone Should Be Respected
Many of Harry’s friends are shunned in the wizarding world for a variety of reasons (Luna because she’s quirky and Dobby because he’s an elf) but despite what society teaches him Harry continuously treats everyone with respect no matter their standing in the world. He gives everyone a chance, sometimes many. Take Draco Malfoy for example – despite being Harry’s adversary throughout the series Harry still saves his life when all is said and done. He still gives him a chance to be a better person.

5. How To Really See People
“If you want to see the true measure of a man, watch how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.”- Sirius Black. Don’t be so quick to befriend someone just because he smiles at you. Be sure to see all of people, not just the side they want you to see.

6. You’re Never Too Old For Children’s Stories
As I said earlier, the Harry Potter series has enchanted millions of children and adults alike, proving that you’re never too old to read children’s stories. No matter what life throws at you and no matter your age, I think we all need to embark on a magical reading adventure once in a while. In the words of Alan Rickman, “When I’m 80 years old and sitting in my rocking chair, I’ll be reading Harry Potter. And my family will say to me, ‘After all this time?’And I’ll say, ‘Always.’”

7. Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover
Okay, so this one follows an age old saying but the saying really rang true when Severus Snape finally revealed what lay beneath his frightful exterior. Despite casting him as one of the most hated characters for the best part of all seven books, come the final few chapters J. K. Rowling finally revealed Snape’s motives, suddenly washing away all the hatred you’d felt for him. You never know what battles people are fighting so be kind. Don’t jump to conclusions.




Source:

http://www.mindopenerz.com/7-lessons-j-k-rowling-taught-us-life/

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