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Captain Enoch in the new Star Wars show Ahsoka (and the main antagonists are occult witches)

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factsnottheories
factsnottheories
9 months ago

I think you’re missing the connection that this is an eyes wide shut mask

Arcanum
Arcanum
9 months ago

Former(?) Occultist John Todd said that ‘Star Wars’ was rooted in witchcraft wayyyy back in the ’80s/during the original trilogy, so this (along with Disney owning the rights) isn’t surprising at all…

awake
awake
9 months ago

I think you mean the main ANTAGONISTS are occult witches.
The show makes it pretty clear that their dark magic is evil.
I assume they are ressurecting evil stormtroopers too.
I get what you were trying to say though.
https://collider.com/ahsoka-nightsisters-of-dathomir-explained/

Sebadee
Sebadee
8 months ago
Reply to  simon

Ashoka was a great leader in India who gave up wealth and a life of war to become a more spiritual leader and changed dramatically. I think that might have swayed your thinking if I spelt it right? But Disney likes to ruin old school heroes and remake nasty characters like Cruella Deville as role models, just don’t pay for their products and they should fall, the sooner, the better! Compare kids films of the 80’s to today, ET, Big, The 2 Starwars movies, the Indiana Jones movies, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Rocky 4, Batman, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Legend, Explorers, Short Circuit, The Never Ending Story, The Goonies and many more. Compare them to today’s racist, politically charged rubbish movies kids are given, what a massive change! I hope the whole industry crumbles to dust. Take care everyone and enjoy your weekend 💯👍

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
8 months ago
Reply to  simon

Lol!!

randall
randall
8 months ago
Reply to  awake

They equate good and evil as two sides of the same coin. Ala the force, yin/yang and every gnostic religion out there. They praise satan for giving them the knowledge of good and evil which means they can be very evil without recourse while pretending to also be good. The great lie! It is the worship of self and not God.

Ambassador for The Lord Jesus
Ambassador for The Lord Jesus
8 months ago
Reply to  randall

Exactly! 💯

paul
paul
8 months ago
Reply to  awake

Since I see more Imperial bumper stickers than Rebel Alliance bumper stickers, painting one side as “good” and another as “evil” doesn’t mean a whole lot. People see the power of the Dark Side and desire it. It’s the same as in the real world. Power is desired, and the cost isn’t considered. Of course, reality is different from fiction, and the acquisition of power and salvation in reality differs from the Force in Star Wars, but the desire for power in both universes is the same.

People have always desired power. Few people are willing to do what it actually takes to get it, whether good or evil, but I’d say that a significant number would rather have the power of evil than they would have the power of good. This is because the power of good has limits and doesn’t play into the desires of the flesh. Evil has no limits by definition. This is why evil often goes unchecked. People want the possibility of acquiring the power that evil grants, so they don’t want to stop the evil in its tracks. There are few good people in the world, which is why evil is allowed to become prevalent.

So when you see someone with an Imperial symbol on their car, it may not mean they are power-hungry monsters who would support Space Hitler at the drop of a hat, but it probably (though not definitively) means that they would rat out the Space Jews to the Space Nazis if it came down to it.