Elizabeth I: the Movie as Occult Propaganda
David Livingstone - November 9th, 2008
I don’t watch TV or movies anymore, mostly. But I watched Elizabeth I: The Golden Age, directed by Shekhar Kapur. I’m still interested in that part of history, and I’ve had a nagging suspicion that there’s some significance I should be exploring in the Spanish Armada. It turns out the movie inspired me to discover some interesting clues.
The movie is a joke. It’s so over the top. Overt propaganda for British patriotism, and so idealizes the person of Elizabeth, aggrandizing her into a sort of superhero. So the acting is grossly exaggerated, and has no sense of realism.
And the movie follows the stereotypes forged by the Da Vinci Code in thoroughly demonizing the Catholics. All suspicions of the Vatican being the bastion of all modern evil aside, this is a pathological bent that is symptomatic of wholesale absorption of the Illuminati agenda.