Discovery Channel’s apocalyptic reality TV show, The Colony, enters its second season with what might be the most dire sign yet for where our civilization is headed. It is the latest in a long-standing history of predictive programming from Hollywood.
Hollywood is the magician’s wand (holly-holy) which has been used to cast a spell on the unsuspecting public. Things or ideas which would otherwise be seen as bizarre, vulgar, undesirable or impossible are inserted into films in the realm of fantasy. When the viewer watches these films, his/her mind is left open to suggestion and the conditioning process begins. These same movies which are designed to program the average person, can give the discerning viewer a better understanding of the workings and the plan of the world agenda. — Alan Watt
The Colony is an “experiment” where people are forced to live in a world minus even the most basic necessities, while being harassed by their fellow suffering man. In Season Two, colonists begin the ordeal with a 72-hour quarantine, followed by a government agency airlift to a “way station” that is the site of their rebuilding of society. They are given enough supplies for one week, and basically told to have a nice day.
Hollywood has a history of involvement with the New World Order as a visual think tank of future scenarios. Viewed through this lens, the “experiment” is not to test the orchestrated reality of the characters placed in a survival situation, but to test the viewing public about what reality they will accept after certain predetermined events take place.
Predictive programming exists in all forms of media, but it is Hollywood where the greatest numbers of people gather for passive entertainment.
Hollywood history shows a disturbing connection with the themes that are introduced in movies and TV, and the world that is accepted by the masses thereafter.
This is a list of the seminal thought experiments put to film which have been instrumental in offering an apparently dystopian world where one’s first, human, reaction is “no one would accept that.” After the concept has been introduced, politicians and media-spin work in concert to say, “It won’t be like science fiction; it will benefit mankind.” Look at the following movie themes, then look around at what has already been accepted as “normal.”
THX 1138 (mandatory mind altering drugs to control a slave population -1971)
Soylent Green (overpopulation and Elite control -1973)
Wicker Man (Elite control over the population -1974)
Logan’s Run (population control via computer – 1975)
Network (Corporate Media control – 1976)
Brainstorm (transmitting the mind across a computer network – 1983)
Robocop (militarization of police – 1987)
They Live (mind control and data collection – 1988)
Johnny Mnemonic (data as a commodity – 1995)
Gattaca (genetic code as a commodity – 1997)
Devil’s Advocate (legislative control over society – 1997)
Eyes Wide Shut (rituals of the Elite – 1999)
Swordfish (government sanctioned crime to combat terrorism – 2001)
24 (good guys use torture to get information from terrorists – 2001)
Minority Report (high-tech police state using biometrics and “pre-crime” – 2002)
The Experiment (dynamic of prison abuse – 2002)
Control Factor (mind control through scientific dictatorship – 2003)
Jericho (factions within U.S. government set off a nuke false flag – 2006)
I Am Legend (benevolence of scientific intentions, martial law, and vaccines as the cure – 2007)
These examples suggest that Hollywood is a marketing tool for the New World Order. In the same way that news media was co-opted with psy-ops programs like Operation Mockingbird, the magic wand of Hollywood has been used to desensitize people to an impending reality. The Colony is the next level of preparation for the Endgame. And what might bring about this apocalypse? Well-regarded physicist, Michio Kaku, went on MSNBC’s The Dylan Ratigan Show to announce that UFOs are worth serious inquiry. This was done to support a new book release of generals, pilots, and government officials documenting decades of UFO encounters. All of this while a new trailer for the movie Skyline depicts aliens arriving on blue beams. What was the name of the NASA project that studied stage managing a fake rapture or alien invasion? Project Blue Beam.
Is this just the latest in our regularly scheduled programming?