On July 21, two movies open together – Oppenheimer and Barbie. Although they may appear to have divergent storylines, they will simultaneously gauge the current cultural temperature of America. The box office is going to show whether or not the country is willing to pay big money to get away into fantasy land or, the darker story of what brought us into the atomic age. Barbie explores themes of appearances vs. reality; of course, we live in a world of hyperreality and things are not as they seem while Oppenheimer is going to shake us into reality by showing us the power of what can be the end of civilization. The pink world is about to fade to black and who knows what film will win the competition for social engineering and predictive programming. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with Ryan Gable about BARBIE – THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS.
As I said yesterday, over the Fourth of July weekend I decided to go see the new Indiana Jones movie. It was of course mandatory as most of us invested our childhood in the hero and I wanted to see the send-off as we are told this is the last installment with Harrison Ford. I am one of those guys tat loves to get o the movie early to see the previews.
What was most odd about this trailer lineup was the juxtaposition of two trailers — one was for Christopher Noland’s film Oppenheimer and the other was for Greta Gerwig’s Barbie.
Two films that will be released on the same day.
Now, while the whole idea of putting both trailers together is seen as a major train wreck — it appears that these two films playing simultaneously is going to gauge the overall current cultural temperature in America.
Now while a Barbie film is not something that makes for an interesting Paranormal story — the idea of programming and taking notes about that programming is. The box office is going to show whether or not the country is willing to pay big money to get away into a pink fantasy world — of the darker story of the Manhattan Project and the story of what brought us into the atomic age –and what could eventually kill us all as the war continues between Russia and Ukraine.
It is said that Barbie explores themes of appearances vs. reality; of course, we live in a world of hyperreality and things are not as they seem and Oppenheimer of course is going to shake us into reality by showing us the power and what can be the end of civilization.
It is a pink world V.S. a world of Charcoal.
But the direct comparison between the two makes for an interesting clash of film theories and understanding of what is more appealing to American audiences, especially in a period where divisiveness and diametrical opposition are on the rise.
With both films addressing what it means to live a meaningful life, whether that means considering one’s mortality or examining the ramifications of world-changing, destructive possibility, the popularity of one film or the other could reflect which of these societal anxieties audiences are more concerned with.
But it also is a bit of a warning as to how fantasy and novelty of something can easily be shaken in a world of predictive programming.
On May 25th, 200, the movie Pearl Harbor directed by Michael Bay was released in theaters. It was an Epic 3 hour film with an A-list cast. It was a critical bomb.
Pearl Harbor wasn’t out of theaters in less than a month like most Box Office bombs. It was actually in theaters for 32 weeks. And it didn’t receive an Oscar …and played to empty theaters.
But the patriotic propaganda was everywhere — but then something happened.
The 911 attacks took place when a surprise attack took down the World Trade Center and destroyed part of the Pentagon.
America was attacked — it was called a New Pearl Harbor.
The theaters started to see people flock to the film — but it was not really a memorable one — it was just enough to give us a glimpse of dark predictive programming.
It is also interesting to note that after the 911 attacks, there was an upsurge in rentals of the film, Independence Day. That film of course was released in 1996. The film showed a devastating alien invasion where cities were being leveled by large alien ships.
Five years later, America witnessed something similar in reality — it was the attacks on New York and Washington DC. Memes were planted with that film and the public psyche was already programmed with images of buildings being flattened and blown up. On September 11th, 2001 Ron Insana of MSNBC was in a studio covered in the dust of the Twin Towers. Insana saw the first tower come down as he was meeting with Wall Street executives to file a report. As the buildings came down he described the event as being just like a scene in the movie Independence Day.
What he inadvertently did was create a relationship with a fictional alien invasion with that of an attack on the United States. The words created a picture in some people and I am sure the meme spread. The scenes in the movie subconsciously played out in reality as all good predictive programming does.
The scenes of people stepping out of their cars to see the huge ships are as uncannily similar to people in home videos staring at the burning towers.
In the film the buildings were leveled to the ground from the top down. We saw the same scenario play out on September the 11th, 2001 as the Twin Towers and building 7 fell top downward.
According to a report that was submitted to the entertainment “Business Wire” in 2001, the movie Independence Day saw a surge in rentals after the attacks on the World Trade Center. One week before the attacks Independence Day was listed at number 910 on the home rentals charts. After the attacks, it surged to 310. That is a 360 percent increase in rentals after the attacks.
The question is why the growth in revenue? What compelled people after witnessing the destruction of the Manhattan skyline to go back and watch the fictional destruction of the Manhattan skyline?
Was something triggered in our collective unconscious minds?
The same thing happened after COVID-19 — people started watching movies like 12 Monkeys, Contagion and 28 Days Later.
Some experts believe that intertextual programming planted a meme in the fertile minds of people and it triggered some sort of cataclysmic memory. Perhaps of some cosmic catastrophe that we have been wired to believe is coming again, could it be a nuclear attack, more plague or an alien invasion?
Sometimes films can spark interest in things that we have forgotten. We can see them as art that reflects what has happened in the past. In some cases, movies can be seen as predictive programming that can approximate a future out of many possible futures. When reality imitates movie science fiction, the storyline can no longer be a reflection or an imitation of life. It has shaped the way we live, and how we perceive or reality. Movies have been great prognosticators and have become a blueprint for what is to come in the future.
Using history as its inspiration, movies can give us syntax and a lens through which reality is being fore-structured.
This is why the movie, Oppenheimer, is so troubling and for me raises red flags in terms of a well times piece of both propaganda and predictive programming.
Forget Barbie, we are waiting for the Destroyer of Worlds.
Timing is everything — especially with Hollywood blockbusters.
On March 28, 2022, the Biden administration sent to Congress a revised version of its classified National Defense Strategy. The new version removed the longstanding doctrine of “no first use” of nuclear weapons and opened the door to a nuclear response to a non-nuclear threat.
Within months of the new U.S. policy, but without referring to it, the Putin administration responded that it might consider first use in case of an existential threat to Russia, including a non-nuclear one.
More recently, Sergei Karaganov, head of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, a non-governmental Russian think tank, argued that perhaps Russia should use a low-yield tactical nuclear weapon in order to convince NATO to back off and stop threatening Russia’s security.
What drives human society to engage in such reckless behavior? The answer to this question is at once familiar to any student of human nature, human society and human history, and yet equally perplexing given the prospect of potential obliteration.
There is a line in the Oppenheimer trailer where someone says to the scientist “You are the Man that gave them the power to destroy themselves. “
The removal of the doctrine that we do not strike first, or no first use also applies here — we have signed our death warrant if someone decides that a nuclear exchange is worth the undertaking.
We live in extraordinary times – possibly more extraordinary than we realize. How many of those living even forty years ago imagined that today we would jeopardize the peace we had between Russia and the United States putting us back into a cold war — where pushing the button is talked about almost every day.
In an ironic twist, the Barbie movie is already creating problems that ironically could trigger a nuclear exchange.
So the story goes that State media has reported in Vietnam that the Barbie film is being banned there.
Apparently, there is s scene featuring a map that shows China’s unilaterally claimed territory in the South China Sea, state media reported a few days ago,
The U-shaped “nine-dash line” is used on Chinese maps to illustrate its claims over vast areas of the South China Sea, including swathes of what Vietnam considers its continental shelf, where it has awarded oil concessions.
Officially state media reports that “Barbie” is the latest movie to be banned in Vietnam for depicting China’s controversial nine-dash line, which was repudiated in an international arbitration ruling by a court in The Hague in 2016. China refuses to recognize the ruling.
Vietnam and China have long had overlapping territorial claims to a potentially energy-rich stretch in the South China Sea. The Southeast Asian country has repeatedly accused Chinese vessels of violating its sovereignty.
It is a contentious situation that could trigger more friction where we are already worried about Taiwan and the China Sea theater.
Barbie as the latest pawn in a geopolitical standoff resulting in nuclear war and the end of humanity is actually quite funny.
Or is it?
Again, What drives human society to engage in such reckless behavior? We are seeing the Trickster putting two movies together to remind us of an existential threat to reality –whether Pink of rgray.
Since 1900, we have experienced poison gas, aircraft, hypersonic missiles, electronic weapons, artificial intelligence, and of course, nuclear weapons. We know that poison gas (“chemical weapons”) has been banned by international treaty, and that no one has used nuclear weapons in warfare since 1945. But poison gas has been used despite the ban, and nuclear weapons still exist in great quantities, with delivery systems capable of destroying most or all of humanity.
It is a Sword of Damocles over the human race, with other swords under development. Some suspect that biological weapons wer to blame for the Covid -19 pandemic
Will we succeed in avoiding our own destruction? For how long?
Has there ever been a weapon that has not been used? In the case of nuclear weapons, a single war between nuclear powers might be enough to finish us off.
Will the US/NATO use a nuclear weapon when it runs out of conventional weapons, to prevent a defeat in Ukraine? In Asia? Will Russia be driven to use if nuclear weapons in order to avoid disappearance as a nation?
Most of us know the story of the scorpion and the frog. The scorpion asks the frog to carry him across the river. “No way!” says the frog. “You’ll kill me with your stinger!”
“Why would I do that?” asks the scorpion. “I can’t swim.” So the frog takes him halfway across when the scorpion mortally stings him.
“Why did you do that?” asks the dying frog, “I’m a scorpion,” says the scorpion. “It’s in my nature.”
And what is the nature of us? You see the social engineers have put two movies together, one of escapism and the other of a grim reality to see just how we as Americans react to it.
They will be taking notes — watching and waiting for a moment to carefully plan the nuclear standoff.
Would it be another Cuban Missile Crisis — or a full-on attack?
On the fourth of July Ukraine cried wolf again over the possibility of the Zaporizhzia nuclear power plant being attacked by Russian forces.
They did this once before in August of 2022.
Back then it was reported that Moscow and Kyiv have accused each other of s shelling the Zaporizhzhia plant, the biggest atomic power station in Europe, which has been under Russian control since March.
The tensions around the facility have sparked fears of another nuclear disaster in Europe like the one in Chornobyl in 1986.
Yesterday the headlines seem to repeat themselves — and then the next day there was nothing.
This time though there has been talk of enacting NATO’s Article 5.
If that nuclear power plant is attacked, and if the attack causes a radiation leak, NATO may declare the radiation leak to be “an attack upon NATO” and try to invoke Article 5 of the NATO Treaty which requires “collective self-defense.”
If NATO declares Article 5 against Russia, the Russians have already said they know that NATO Conventional Forces are superior to Russia but reminded everyone that Russia is also a Nuclear Power.
They then also said that many of Russia’s nuclear weapons are far superior to those of NATO, and warned they “will use all the weapons they have to defend Russia against NATO.
Yes we have heard this before — but not when we are about to see a film that shows us how the Nuclear bomb was conceived and how it could kill us all.
A medium of predictive programming that may become a conditioned gospel for some. It can be Netflix or popcorn movie social engineering or even social media memes of the Simpsons predicting another future event.
Again we get the feeling of Presentiment — yes something is going to happen, we sense it, we see it on the silver screen and it happens in reality.
Even Barbie has to learn about reality as opposed to her pink homogenized world.
If we believe in the Oracle of using Hollywood restructuring then it can be assumed we are soon to experience a nuclear disaster, probably created by Russia — Ukraine is involved, and we will need to draft young people to fight the event that has been pre-ordained and ritualized in the public propaganda.
Every video game has trained our young people how to pick up a gun or pilot a tank — many drones are being run by some guy with a joystick in Nevada, aiming and shooting is a skill for the youth and can be easy as brushing one’s teeth.
As far as I can tell, Top Gun Maverick is still available as a hot rental item and is being shown on a streaming service somewhere.
In the Cold War, Hollywood played an important role in the cultural battlefield against the USSR and anti-Soviet paranoia was an ever-present theme in American cinema for decades, from the McCarthy era until the Berlin Wall fell.
Contemporaneously, a revival of geopolitical tensions between the United States and the Russian Federation — which may lead to World War III— has seen the return of such tropes on the silver screen.
But Barbie and Oppenheimer?
The ideas is not so funny when you know the controversy and how social engineering is at play here.
While it has always been known that the military held sway over movies that required usage of its facilities and equipment to be produced, the level of impact on such films in the pre-production and editing stages, as well as the control over non-military themed flicks one wouldn’t suspect to be under supervision by Washington and Langley, is exhaustively uncovered.
It is not just a military propaganda tool it acts as a ritual of the mind riding the metro– it is a pre-cycling of all that we have seen and will have to endure — it is the reaction before the action.
It again it is a way to retrocausally cause a little pre-sentiment.
In time the elite class will get their wish –and they will find that precycling an event will work for their plan to change the paradigm and put things back to their mysteriously paranormal order.
If we are to analyze the predictive programming — we can determine that an event like a nuclear exchange, could take place sooner than later.
This event — soon to happen or already has played out in a future timeline has pushed the elite into demanding changes to the way we the people are to be handled.
This event has forced the eventuality of a New World Order here people are treated like faceless statistics and economic units to be bought, sold, bartered, traded, tracked, tortured, and eventually eliminated once they’ve outgrown their usefulness.
This event will enlist a medical security detail where human beings will be treated like lab rats to be caged, branded, experimented upon, and then discarded and left to suffer from the after-effects.
This event has already given the world government the carte blanche to repeatedly lies, cheat, steal, spy, kill, maim, enslave, break the laws, overreaches authority, and abuse its power at almost every turn.
This retrocausal event has created an echo in transition where small wars are being waged prior to the final end-game event.
The Pink world is about to fade to black and who knows what film will win the competition for social engineering and predictive programming.
Sounds like a conspiracy theory but no — it appears to be a true test of wills — storytelling of our possible fates,
So all you can do is pop the popcorn and binge on the future because it is a future event that will have you running for the exits and asking what happened to the world.
Ryan Gable is a veteran radio personality and producer for his show, “The Secret Teachings.” His broadcast focuses on the Synchronicity and objective analysis of Alternative News, Health, History, the Paranormal, Symbolism, the Occult/Esoteric, Alchemy, Magic(k), Philosophy and more, in the most distinct ways by finding parallels and patterns often overlooked. Spending much of his life on air, and having written several books, Ryan has also been a guest on dozens of other radio shows and has had his broadcast aired on a variety of networks. He’s on Ground Zero Radio, Monday-Thursday at 10pm, pacific time and on Fridays at 10:30pm. His website is: https://