July 16, 2011
Last night, I watched The Ninth Gate, a film that was released in 1999, starring Johnny Depp, Lena Olin, Frank Langella, and Polanski's wife (33 years his junior) named Emmanuelle Seigner.
First of all, I would like to say that I like the film very much. I had seen it previously, years ago, and liked it even more last night upon my second viewing. It carries with it a seductive energy, due, not in small part, to Seigner's on-screen presence. Her chemistry with Depp is strained to some degree, but this actually worked well given their relationship as characters in the plot. (Depp's character does not trust her throughout most of the film.) The viewer never knows exactly what her character is supposed to be. She calls herself "a student," but this is purposefully cryptic. I do not have a problem with such inconsistencies, unlike Roger Ebert and his clumsy side-kick in 1999, both of whom roasted the film. Of course, Polanski vindicated his name as a master director a few years later with "The Pianist," which played the heart strings of Hollywood's Ashkenazi Overlords, their Illuminati bosses, and of course the general background of "Jewish" underlings (most of whom are not Hebrew/Israelitish at all) that really have no idea what is going on other than the fact that they always receive the royal treatment as compared with Goyim.
Upon watching the film, I noticed the conspicuous use of Dutch Royal Shell's logo throughout. Polanski goes to extensive pains to put this allusion into the background. Why? After watching the film, I did a little Internet hunting and noticed that his wife, Seigner, sang in a band called "Ultra Orange." This name immediately intrigued me. The word "Ultra" conjures up allusions to "MK Ultra," a brainwashing technique used by the Global Elite on young women to create mind slaves, and "Orange," of course goes with the House of Orange, one of the wealthiest families on earth that might even rival the so-called Windsors, which are really just imported German Illuminati.
So why is Polanski conjuring up the House of Orange in this film? I have always been intrigued by this family and their massive global power network. I do not know much about their relationship with the Illuminati who are probably not called that any longer and have not called themselves by the appelation for centuries, but for lack of a better term, it shall suffice here. Is Polanski tipped his director's hat to the House of Orange or is he thumbing his finger at them? I suspect the former, especially given the name of his beautiful wife's rock band.
Here is another interesting fact about their relationship: Seigner is 33 years younger than Polanski. Very masonic, don't you think? Also, Polanski was born in 1933 and she was born in 1966. Both are power numbers to the Global Elite.
Seigner comes from a prestigious acting family in France with a German sounding name. She was educated in a Catholic school. Polanski is, of course, "Jewish." Together, they make a powerful couple. I wonder if Seigner, in her youth, was brainwashed using "Ultra" techniques? At any rate, she is not an outstanding actor, but her onscreen presence is remarkable. A lot of it has to do with her pleasingly massively boned face with a prominent skull that reminds one of the Basque people, a very mysterious race in and of itself with a language that cannot be traced to the proto-indo-European linguistic tree, at least so far as I know.
Does anyone know if Polanski is a knight of the House of Orange? I would not be at all surprised if he were. His Wikipedia page is somewhat humorous. These days, Wiki, is basically bold faced propaganda for the Elite whenever the need arises. Polanski's page is an advertisement about how he deserves to be forgiven for molesting a 13 year old girl. Lech Walesa even appeals to the reader's sense of forgiveness on the part of Polanski. Polanski's victim, of course, was paid off (or threatened or both) long ago and does not harbor a grudge against him, at least not publicly. Since pedophilia is such a basic part of Global Elite society, the public airing of Polanski's dirty laundry with a 13 year-old was regrettable and unfortunate to them, but the actual things he did were more than forgivable to his peers and superiors. A bit of champagne and sodomy in a hot tub is tame by their standards, certainly, even with a 13 year-old.
Stanley Kubric's film, AI, would have dealt in depth with this theme if he had not suddenly died the day after Eyes Wide Shut was screened by his investor "bosses" in Hollywood. C'est la vie.
I'm giving The Ninth Gate two horns up. A charming film with great writing, masterful direction, and mediocre acting, even from Depp. The sex scene at the films fiery climax between Depp and Seigner is at turns alluring and hilarious. I smiled, but I could not laugh. After the film was over, however, the scene lingered like a cheap but effective magical spell. I had to go back and watch it a few more times. If my math is not incorrect, Seigner was 33 when the film was released. So much for coincidences.
Seigner could have used a better wardrobe director for her part, however, especially considering the fact that she was a famous model in her 20's. Those jeans she wore throughout the film that wadded up in her crotch looked anything but sexy and they made her waddle as if she were wearing an x-tra large Maxi-pad or a diaper. Granted, with her wide waste and long trunk, she needed a little help to make her legs look longer. That is probably why the wardrobe director chose jeans that rode up as far as possible, but it was a bad idea. She would have looked much better in a short skirt with leggings and tennis shoes. Just my three cents. Ultimately, she looked best with nothing on at all, however, and that cannot be said for the majority of humanity's fairer sex, especially at age 33. French women may not be the most beautiful race, but they age well, unlike Americans that are being poisoned by overly processed, chemically spiked, genetically modified "Frankenfood" at present, along with a large helping of Hollywood-approved mentally debilitating nihilism to keep them from exercising and being normally active, as they were prior to 9/11. But that is another story. . . .
April 9, 2009
Welcome to the BV Dragonslayer. My opinions of Roman Polanski are from living near where he did these things in Los Angeles with the 13 year old. He was convicted, and skipped the country, fleeing to France who would not extradite him as we all know. Little known fact is he raped the girl in the home of Jack Nickelson, when Jack was not home. Some friend, who need him. Also if you didn't know it, his first wife, Sharon Tate was victim of Charles Manson, and I believe Polanski just was not home so may have excaped the same fate that night.
Hollywood is just a little too forgiving IMHO, in that they cared more about Roman Polanski the poor victim, not being able to goto Hollywood to get his movie award, just because he happens to be a fugitive from Justice in this country. Lucky for him the European courts would not send him back to the USA, where I;m sure a big time prison sentence awaits him. Paying off a rape victim in a civil settlement has nothing to do with the conviction for the crime in the USA.
July 16, 2011
Thanks, it's good to be in BV. Very cool website. Yes, I concur whole heartedly with your disgust for Polanski's actions with the 13 year-old. However, my post was really more about the House of Orange, a family that intrigues me a great deal. Royal Dutch Shell logos in a film about not only "devil worship," but actually having sex with the devil (or an emissary of Lucifer) is really more what I was interested in. The film went way beyond simple devil worship and explored the idea of portals, interdimensional gates, and a less ritualistic and more "real life" sense of engaging in commerce with the devile. One idea the film raised is the fact that Lucifer was more interested in Depp's character than the stodgy character played by Langella. Incidentally, I thought Langella was the best actor in the film, aside from bit parts by that Spanish guy who played the book collector twins, which was fantastic, particularly at the very end of the scene with the "brothers" snicker. I was blown away by that scene and watched it about three times in a row after the film was over. It made even more sense as it tied into the ending. Overall, I think the film was quite well written. Roger Ebert is a toad who panders to the dumbed down American public. His review of the film belied his own dulled down mental faculties. It's not really his fault, considering the strain of his illness, etc., so I don't blame him for missing so many delightful treasures in an admittedly flawed film. I tend to like sleepers like this one much more than bombastic blockbusters like The Pianist. Just once, I would like to see a Holocaust film about the true meaning of the term "burnt offering" as it pertained to the death of six million people who believed themselves to be "Jewish." The real question: Who was sacrificing whom? Did WWII propel humanity into a new age of demonology by virtue of this sacrifice? It is certainly unparalleled in all known human history. Aside from obvious inferences about sacrificing "Jews" in order to create Israel, blah, blah, blah, what of the more mystical side of it? The reptilian/demonlogy side of the sacrifice? It reminds me of the Iraq War and all that was taken from the Museum. Those countless bottles of genies. Were they released upon the world? We will never know. For me, the idea of holocaust is haunting on so many levels. Every holocaust museum I have visited seems like shallow propaganda. The real "juice" of the horror is rarely even mentioned. Again: "Who was sacrificing whom, and for what?" The Nazis certainly did not sacrifice anything. "Jews" were not dear to them, so how could the "Jews" have been sacrificed? Unless Hitler was indeed part "Jewish," related to a Rothschild, or some such connection. Hmmm. Now that's interesting. And what happened in South America after the war was over in terms of the economic plundering in Argentina, etc. These are the real subjects in 20th Century history that raises the hackles on my neck and makes me want to study and learn more. Anyhow, getting back to the Ninth Gate, the European bit parts outshone the lead roles, to be sure, even Langella's. But what of the link between the House of Orange and pacts with Lucifer? Is Polanski trying to tell us something? Does the House of Orange pride itself on having reptilian blood, Annunaki geneology, and the rest? I must say that Lucifer is much more interesting as a character in Milton's Paradise Lost than in the Torah. "The Serpent" was not really a serpent at all, was he? At least not until God "cursed him." Prior to that, he was certainly a reptilian, both in stature and in ability. His emotionless cunning outsmarted Eve, to be sure. But was "the serpent" Lucifer? I see no evidence of that in the Torah. For me, it is a highly important borrowed legend or myth (i.e. allegory) from prior cultures. The farther back one traces dragons, the more these winged "worms" come to resemble humanoid reptilians. Polanski has certainly captured a reptlian vibe in the character of the "mystery woman" in his film. She delights in Depp's newfound willingness to kill--that much is certain. Indeed, the killing of Langella's character as an act of mercy (he is burning to death) could certainly be seen as a sacrifice of sorts. Sacrifices are a very big deal to demons, Lucifer, and dragons, historically speaking. Dragon legends degenerated (or were cleverly corrupted) into winged worms sitting on piles of gold. The gold aspect of dragons has also always intrigued me. Reptilians also seem to hoard gold. Why? Perhaps Lord Blackheath has the answer. I'm surprised the man has not been rubbed out yet. The representative of Foundation X cannot be happy with him. And this Foundation was rumored to have more gold than has ever been mined in the history of Earth.
April 9, 2009
Should I just go celibate and live like a hermit on a mountain at this point?
Just wondering because every direction I take seems to have a big grinning sign that says "f'd"
or at least, "f'd with"
Willie Wonka quotes..
What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?
Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams
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