01 Jan

Christian Jedis

Star Wars Christian Jedis

Something strange is happening to the super heroes you and your kids know and love. In previous posts I have highlighted a conspiracy that Hollywood is converting its super heroes into ancient gods as of late. If they weren’t already ancient gods to begin with. Thor and Loki are clearly from the Norse pantheon. Aquaman is inspired from the Greek pantheon. And then we have the ancient Babylonian pantheon. We have Batman whom I am convinced Hollywood is converting into Nimrod. There is Wonder Woman whose “real name” Diana is inspired by the Roman goddess. She is now being marketed as Ishtar. Finally Superman has taken on Tammuz characteristics recently.

Some of this is has been happening for decades. However I am seeing an accelerated conversion of super heroes into ancient pagan gods. That in itself is quite a fascinating conspiracy as the ancient pagan gods are direct competition to Christianity. If you just understand that last sentence you are smarter than most Christians walking around on the planet.

Now new Star Wars movies are being made. Spoiler alert if you have not seen them yet. However you can get by and understand this post without seeing them. I will see to that. Now we proceed.

Something strange is happening to Star Wars and I’m going to tell you all about it in this post. Perhaps this was planned from the beginning by George Lucas the Star Wars creator. I can’t be sure. However it is definitely apparent to me now. I want to bring up this scene from the original Star Wars film from 1977 to set the tone …

The Star Wars movie itself defines “the force” as a religion. I do want to take this opportunity to point out that the force is mentioned in the Bible …

Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all. But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things. Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain. – Daniel 11:37-39 KJV

I just wanted to point out that the Bible is aware of the “God of forces” and the “religion of the force”. Now you know.

Now there is a popular saying in Star Wars that I want to talk about. That saying is “restore balance to the force”. Star Wars creator George Lucas was asked what that saying means once upon a time. Did he mean an equal amount of lightness and darkness? Or did he mean something else? Many fans incorrectly assume this balance refers to an equal mix of both light and dark side users. However, as George explains in the introductory documentary for the VHS version A New Hope (Special Edition) this is not the case …

Which brings us up to the films 4, 5, and 6, in which Anakin’s offspring redeem him and allow him to fulfill the prophecy where he brings balance to the Force by doing away with the Sith and getting rid of evil in the universe – George Lucas from Star Wars A New Hope the Special Edition VHS

Breaking news. Things have changed with The Last Jedi. The original concept of “balance of the force” is no longer. Dismiss what George said in the past. Balance now means a balance between light and dark and that is a big deal. The answer is inscribed on the floor of the Ahch-To temple. There you will find this mosaic on the floor …

Prime Jedi

This mosaic is adequately named “Ying Yang 4 by Seth Engstrom” in the real world. Don’t believe me? Google it.

Let us now talk about the yin and yang since it is carved on the Jedi temple floor. It means equal light and dark. It is the same symbolism found in black and white checkered floors. It is the same symbolism “as above so below”. Luke basically quotes it when discussing the evil below the island he lives on with Rey. All of these are hammering home a 50 / 50 balance of good and evil.

Make no mistake. There is only one side this concept benefits. Equality benefits the “dark side”. Let me explain.

You probably do not realize this but equality between light and darkness is a significant attack on Christianity. There is a history that pre-dates man in the Bible. It is not popular in American culture. Specifically I am talking about Revelation 12. That book describes the recruitment of the fallen angels. In that book 1/3 of the angels were recruited by Lucifer. That would be 33%. At this time I want to point out that Freemasonry worships the number 33. I’m sure that is only a coincidence. So by the Bible the “balance” between light and darkness in the universe would be 66.6% vs 33.3% at the most. Very lopsided. Not even close to 50 / 50.

Now this is important. If Revelation 12 is a true and accurate history that occurred before the creation of man then yin and yang is garbage and your checkered floors are a lie. But wait there’s more. Consider these things about Star Wars …

What powers a light saber? crystals

Can a jedi / sith move inanimate objects using the force? Yes. Also known as magic.

Can a jedi talk to a dead Obi-Wan? What about a dead Yoda? Yes. They converse with familiar spirits.

What do you call a dead Obi-Wan talking to you? Or a dead Yoda? Familiar spirits.

Apparently Luke can now transport his spirit to another location using his mind. What is that practice called? astral projection

When Rey is talking to Kylo Ren using just their minds what is that called? telepathy

What is pantheism? A doctrine that equates God with the forces and laws of the universe.

Ladies and gentlemen I am here to tell you there is a religion that practices all these things. It is the New Age. The New Age is the religion of real world witches and warlocks. That may shock you. No one ever just comes out and tells you what real witches and warlocks do. I tell you. They are New Agers. They are not Christians.

Hollywood (or perhaps more astutely Disney) has converted Jedi Luke into a warlock. I want to describe what a Christian Jedi would look like to the contrary. A Christian Jedi knows what evil is because they read the correct book. That book would be the KJV Bible. A Christian Jedi sure doesn’t practice evil 50% of the time. Instead your training consists of pushing the boundaries of just how good you can be (where “good” is defined in the book). You will be far removed from 50% evil if you are doing things the correct way. Likely you fall short. However you are constantly pushing your “ceiling of good”.

That is what a Christian Jedi would look like to me. They are out there. I hope you are one of them. In direct contrast the new Star Wars is witch and warlock training. One path is how to get saved. The other is how not to get saved. I hope I have adequately summarized this for you.