from Exopolitics Website
The Prometheus mission makes the ground breaking discovery that the engineers are humanity’s progenitors.
It goes on to depict the engineers as violent aliens not interested in having a dialogue with its intelligent human “children”, but to only destroy and replace it. At some point in this grand genetic engineering project, the engineers lose control of the experiment to replace humanity, and are almost destroyed themselves by the new alien life they create.
Lying in stasis for millennia, one of the engineers is discovered and awakened by the crew of Prometheus who make the startling discovery of what humanity’s creators were planning, and what had happened to them.
This most implausible of plots is slowly developed in Prometheus as a prequel to the Alien movie franchise which Scott started back in 1979.
As a big budget Hollywood block-bluster, Prometheus may be little more than 'sci-fi entertainment' similar to other recent alien invasion films such as Battleship, the Avengers and MIB3.
Alternatively, Prometheus may be part of
a series of recent films intended to ‘educate’ humanity to
about extraterrestrial life in a way that promotes national security
priorities; or even more mysteriously, an esoteric religion shared
by global elites.
The Robertson Panel recommended an ‘educational program’ to remove the “threat” posed by enemy nations exploiting the public’s belief in flying saucers.
This “educational program” is where the movie industry is explicitly mentioned in the Durant Report:
The Report issued by the Robertson Panel in January 1953, endorsed a CIA sponsored policy of using the movie industry to “educate” the public about extraterrestrial life.
One can deduce from the movies emerging immediately after the Report’s release that the key idea being promoted was extraterrestrials were hostile invaders intent on taking over our world. Movies such as The War of the Worlds, Invaders from Mars, etc., promoted a strong national security response to evidence of extraterrestrial life.
This differed dramatically from earlier movies such as The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) that depicted extraterrestrials as galactic policemen concerned over humanity’s aggressive tendencies.
Movies depicting extraterrestrial
life in a positive light generally appeared prior to the Durant
Report’s release and before the
Psychological Strategy Board and its
successor (Operations Coordinating Board 1953-1961) became dominant
in setting official policy on UFOs and extraterrestrial life.
There is much evidence that a Galactic version of the FBI/CIA’s COINTELPRO was covertly organized against UFO researchers and those having direct experiences with extraterrestrial life and technology.
It is highly
likely that Prometheus and other 2012 summer movie releases are part
of a renewed phase of psychological warfare (Galactic COINTELPRO)
where the public are conditioned to believe that extraterrestrials
are evil invaders.
More specifically Jones states,
The core concept in the Illuminati belief system, according to Jones, is that humanity was created by a group of ancient astronauts, and global elites are the direct descendents of these extraterrestrials or creator ‘gods’.
Jones goes on to claim:
Jones correctly identifies the mindset of the Illuminati who view themselves as descendents of the Titans (Prometheus), and the true protectors of humanity from the fickle gods (extraterrestrial founders).
While the idea of returning gods is extolled in the belief systems of indigenous peoples around the world, Hollywood is conditioning humanity to believe the opposite - extraterrestrials are intrinsically evil, even those that may have played a role in humanity’s genetic engineering.
If Alex Jones is correct, then the global elite stand to benefit by depicting themselves as the direct descendents of the gods (Titans), and humanity’s saviors against the ire of the returning gods/extraterrestrials who may not be happy with the way the Earth has been managed during the latter’s long absence.
In short, a conflict between Earth’s global elite and returning extraterrestrials may be imminent, and movies such as Prometheus will have us believe that only the Illuminati, rather than the returning gods have humanity’s best interests at heart.
Alex Jones, founder of the popular Infowars website, has a problem.
He personally believes that extraterrestrial life exists somewhere out there, but does not believe that proof has been found that off world aliens are real. In that sense he follows a very conventional script, yet Jones is very interested in a select group of individuals that do strongly believe in extraterrestrial life.
That is the “Illuminati” or global elite, or international banking families, intent on controlling and enslaving humanity according to Jones.
Jones has gone on the public record with
his research findings that not only are the Illuminati “true
believers” in extraterrestrial life, but they have established a
secret religion where they view themselves as the descendents of
ancient astronauts that visited Earth, and even created human life.
Jones problem is that he is fast discovering that the analysis of those secretly controlling international politics and finances cannot be neatly separated from evidence and beliefs of those convinced that extraterrestrials have visited and even live among us!
Jones problem is that he needs to walk
through the door of exopolitics - a relatively unknown field of
study into the political implications of extraterrestrial life -
without antagonizing his large support base and being dismissed as a
naïve true believer.
The core concept in these secret societies or “Illuminati” belief system, according to Jones, is that humanity was created by a group of extraterrestrial visitors called ‘gods’ by the ancients, and global elites are the direct descendents of these creator ‘gods’.
Jones goes on to claim:
After his video review was released, Jones received an avalanche of protests from readers claiming that he had been paid off to promote Prometheus, and had become a true believer in extraterrestrial life. In a follow-up video Jones tried to set the record straight.
Is Jones correct that the global elite have a belief in extraterrestrial life that amounts to a quasi-religious system that they use to justify global policies which they secretly influence and manipulate?
There is in fact abundant whistleblower testimony in
support of Jones’ conclusion.
She reveals that these powerful politicians have a strange quasi-religious belief in extraterrestrial life.
While O’Brien herself did not claim to see evidence that extraterrestrials were real, she saw many rituals and events where powerful politicians dressed or tried to make her believe that they were descendents of alien beings.
She wrote about one case involving the President of Mexico at the time, Miguel De La Madrid and President George Bush, Snr, who both tried to convince her that they were shape shifting aliens using what she thought was holographic technology:
Another source revealing the extraterrestrial belief system of the global elite emerged in October 2008.
An individual calling himself/herself the Hidden Hand participated in an online dialogue on the popular Above Top Secret forum, and wrote:
As the Hidden Hand makes clear, the ruling bloodline families, the Illuminati, see themselves as descendents of off world beings that came to earth in antiquity. There is another source concerning a recent Bilderberg Group meeting that again supports the extraterrestrial global elite connection.
A former hotel employee, Mr B, described what happened when he entered a room where a Bilderberg meeting was occurring to deliver a message.
Mr B’s experience suggests that an element within the Bilderberg
group may be in touch with and/or controlled by an other
worldly/extraterrestrial force. Again, this supports Alex Jones
contention that the global elite firmly believe they are descendents
Jones solution is to separate his own personal beliefs from those of the global elite.
It is a fact that some of the world’s most powerful men and women believe they are the descendents of extraterrestrials that played a role in the genetic engineering of humanity.
Is this a fanciful belief system designed to augment the egos of global elites and intimidate subordinates, or is there some substance to these beliefs? Jones appears to favor the former position for the moment, but knows he can’t close off the possibility of the latter.
of exopolitics that has appeared at this stage in Jones research
into the global control system will inevitably introduce his
Infowars audience to a strange new universe.