As I learn more and more about Alchemy and how it is weaponized against us by the elites, I didn’t think I had the ability to be surprised anymore. But surprised I was regarding Assassin’s Creed.
Once again, this pop film received the requisite bad reviews from the “reviewers” with many fans of the video game (on which it is based) disappointed. Many stated that the story is nonsensical. They are right. It is nonsensical and what story there is, is very 1 + 1 = 2. However that simpleton story is only for the ones who don’t know the symbols. When you read the symbols, the story becomes one of war. A war between two factions of elites. One side wants to keep the status quo, the other wants to create change. This is quite different from the regular one “special boy/girl with special blood/powers” saves the world kind of alchemy. In which we ultimately celebrate such a character as a Royal Ubermensch. Instead the elites have cast their hero as the underdog. In this film, the philosophical child is the true “special” elite, a small group working against other elites who have lost their way. The film is created in such a way that it invites the viewer to identify with the philosophical child of this story. But make no mistake. NONE of the characters in this film are about we the little people. And if there are such characters, than we are mere foot soldiers of the bad “elites” that the hero is fighting against….