her baby brother becomes a metaphor for the internal world of a mind control victim that is being programmed by a handler. The obstacles that Sarah, the hero of the story, must gothrough relate to real life ordeals inflicted to mind control slaves to incite dissociation (if you have no idea what I’m talking about, read the article entitled Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control). Mind games, torture, drugs and sexual abuse are all referred to inveiled symbolism during the movie, giving to “those in the know” an entirely differentstory than what is shown at face value. Labyrinth is therefore constructed like most esotericworks in History: it uses symbolism to conceal from the masses while revealing to theinitiates.Very little prior knowledge is required to understand the underlying meaning of
.however. The movie was, in fact, mentioned by a few authors on mind control whodescribed it as one of the most blatant movies on Monarch programming. Fritz Springmeier even states
is used by actual mind control handlers as a programming script totrain the slaves. This very plausible as the movie bears many similarities to
Wizard of Oz
– two movies that are known to be used in mind control programming. The only difference is that
was probably specifically constructedto this purpose while, at the same time, exposing the masses to this kind of symbolism.Since Labyrinth is a blueprint for mind control, it is only fitting that the star of the show isan artist who has served as a blueprint to modern pop stars: David Bowie. Throughout hislong and eclectic career, Bowie has touched on many occult and ritualistic themes that aretoday rehashed by industry-made pop stars. And, for some reason, many of those whotouch upon these occult themes also integrate mind control into their works. Maybe it is dueto the fact that mind control heavily relies on black magic rituals and Kabbalistic teachings.So, before we look at the symbolism of the movie, let’s take a brief look at some of thesymbolism used by David Bowie.
David Bowie: The One They All Imitated
Many articles on this site mention modern pop stars and the occult symbolism embedded intheir works. It was only a matter of time before David Bowie was mentioned as he isapparently a major source of inspiration for many of them. David Bowie is indeed the prototype of the pop-star/occult icon whose works incorporated concepts originating fromSecret Societies. From strange alter-egos, to the occult concept of androgyny, and of courseincluding references to Aleister Crowley and his Thelema, Bowie did decades ago what popstars are doing now.