I find it difficult to watch movies anymore. When you are trying to walk with Christ you acquire a bitter taste for most television shows and movies. Even the stuff you tolerate will disappoint you on a frequent basis promoting Luciferian or Satanic ideals that you want nothing to do with. Such is life as a true Christian in our times. I was bored on a Saturday afternoon and Comcast had Mad Max Fury Road available for free viewing. Honestly I haven’t watched a movie in weeks or months. This film was entertaining with all the high speed chase scenes. It was also full blown pagan. Let me teach you some things about paganism using this movie. Full disclosure – this will be done from a Christian perspective.
The movie picks up after the falling out of a nuclear war that has wiped out the majority of civilization and utterly desolated the landscape. Perhaps the rapture has occurred because there certainly aren’t many righteous folks walking around in Mad Max. Civilization has gone back to tribes. However technology has not regressed. For this reason the tribes are more like biker gangs with armored cars. Conflict between tribes break out in the wasteland areas which are vast and desolate. For this reason you get a movie full of car chases. Good idea. The major tribe in Mad Max Fury Road is the War Boys. They are lead by a tribal king named Immortan Joe. You will immediately notice some peculiar things about the War Boys. They are a disease stricken people. They rely on blood transfusions from “normal people” in outside tribes to either a) survive or b) maintain energy. They love skulls. They believe in dying a glorious death (I actually like that about them). Finally they definitely believe in an afterlife. So what is the big deal here?
Let’s cover the skull thing first. The War Boys put skulls on everything. The official War Boys logo is the skull. They wear skull necklaces. They put skulls on their steering wheels. They even powder their skin and darken their eye sockets to look like living skull people. This is skull worship obviously …
Not so different from skull worshiping cults we have today. I am reminded of the Order of the Skull and Bones which boasts famous members like George W. Bush and John Kerry. You will see the symbol of the skull and bones prominently displayed on 3rd degree tracing boards in Freemasonry (a tracing board is essentially a painting for explaining masonic symbolism). There is no missing it if you are higher up in Freemasonry. That secret society is far from the only organization.
Skull worship is super popular in Catholicism around the world. Sometimes you will see the skull and crossbones decorated on a crucifix. It is supposedly the honoring of Golgotha. Golgotha is the site at which Jesus was crucified which means in Hebrew “the place of the skull”. The Catholics have the skulls of saints up for display in numerous cathedrals around the world. The Latin Americans worship the skull on the Dia De Los Muertos holiday. Finally perhaps the most significant abomination are these “skull churches” like the Sedlec Ossuary in the Czech Republic and Skull Chapel in Czermna Poland for example. If you think Jesus wants you to build a wall of skulls in your church to honor him you have giant problems and the poorest discernment. Personally I can feel demonic forces emanating off of these skull church pictures when I saw them on my computer screen. For this reason I am not posting them in this article. You can google such things as the Skull Chapel in Czermna and the Sedlec Ossuary if you need to fact check me. Mad Max Fury Road focuses on skull worship. Now take note of it from this day forward in your everyday life.
Lets move on to the War Boys need for blood. The War Boys fondly refer to Max as “blood bag”. Nux straps him to the front of his car like a human hood ornament with a blood transfusion device to supply Nux while he drives …
The species of the War Boys needs the blood of outsiders to either survive or at least as an energy boost. Does that sound like anything you have ever heard of? I am talking about vampirism of course. You don’t have to believe in vampires. Vampires believe in vampires. Read William Schnoebelen’s book Lucifer Dethroned if you don’t believe me. Its only one of the best books ever authored. Any time you are seeing a vampire movie you are watching an occult film. I should elaborate on this in another post. Moving on.
I am your redeemer! It is by my hand you will rise from the ashes of this world! – Immortan Joe
Immortan Joe claims to be a savior when he is addressing the people. His War Boys and captives get branded on the skin with a skull. These could be some hints at Antichrist and mark of the beast references. Read Revelation 13 in the New Testament to understand what the Antichrist is. Notice the “rising from the ashes” quote. Very significant.
Rising from the ashes is a direct occult phoenix bird reference. You will find the symbol of the phoenix promoted in many movies today. You will also find a giant city in Arizona named Phoenix.
More on that in a future post.
The phoenix is hidden occult meaning for Lucifer rising from the ashes. That is why Luciferians use that analogy. Fact check me by all means. I have wrote about the phoenix rising extensively in my X-Men post and my Batman post so check those out.
The War Boy that contributes to the story of Mad Max Fury Road the most is probably Nux. He is a half-life who hitches a ride on the War Rig trying to bring back the stolen damsels to Immortan Joe. The conversation between War Boys is fascinating. Did you pick up on all this strange talk about the sun?
I am the man who grabs the sun. Riding to Valhalla! – Nux around 29:48
He (Immortan Joe) is the one who grabbed the sun. – Nux around 46:37
You can hear by the language of Nux that the War Boys worship the sun. At least Nux believes Immortan Joe is some kind of sun god. I am reminded of Nimrod and Baal which are ancient pagan sun gods. Research Nimrod and Baal if you must. You see them referenced a lot in today’s culture. Where you find sun worship you will find paganism.
Riding to Valhalla
If you are a normal American who does not no much about Norse Mythology you probably have no idea what the War Boys are talking about when they exclaim they are “riding to Valhalla”. I will explain it to you. In Norse Mythology Valhalla is the afterlife kingdom of Odin. Odin is ruler over the Norse pantheon. Are you familiar with the word pantheon? A pantheon as a “family of gods”. Pantheons are polytheism which is worshiping multiple gods which is paganism. Did you know America is built around Norse Mythology? Don’t believe me? Ask yourself how we got the names for the days of the week. Read my post on Thor and you will find out. Notice there is no Jesusday or Yahwehday in the United States – but we sure do have a Sunday. Sunday as in sun worship. When you find out the meanings of the other days of the week you will be shocked as to their meanings. I explain in my Thor post that all the days of the week are pagan. Many of the months are too. I’m just bringing your attention to the pagan history of America as most of you probably don’t even know this.
In conclusion this movie was entertaining. I could have done without the skull worship, the sun worship and the Norse Mythology. I grow tired of pagan propaganda. I grow tired of people not even knowing what paganism is. I’ll turn lemons into lemonade. Hopefully I have taught you some things about paganism using Mad Max Fury Road.