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“Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to Yahweh; because of these same detestable practices, Yahweh your Father will drive out those nations before you. You must be blameless before Yahweh your Father.” Deuteronomy 18:9-13

“When someone tells you to consult mediums and spiritists, who whisper and mutter, should not a people inquire of Yahweh? Why consult the dead on behalf of the living?” Isaiah 8:19

Hollywood

When Spanish explorers first entered the area at the foothills and the Cahuenga Pass, Native Americans were living in the canyons of the Santa Monica Mountains. Before long, the Indians had been moved to missions and the land, which Hollywood now occupies, was divided in two by the Spanish Government. Acreage to the west became part of Rancho La Brea and settlements to the east became Rancho Los Feliz. By the 1870s, an agricultural community flourished in the area and crops ranging from hay and grain to subtropical bananas and pineapples were thriving. During the 1880s, the Ranchos were sub-divided.

The city of Hollywood was incorporated in 1903. In 1910, the city of Hollywood was incorporated into the city of Los Angeles because the former was in need of a water supply. Hollywood became a suburb of Los Angeles at that time.

Beginning in 1903, the same year Hollywood was incorporated as a town, Freemasons in Hollywood met in a structure in the approximate location of today’s Kodak Theater. The first master, Gilbert F. Stevenson, lived nearby on a five-acre lemon ranch, which he later sold to a Lodge brother Charles E. Toberman. Toberman has been dubbed the ‘father of Hollywood’. Toberman was responsible for Sid Grauman moving his operations to Hollywood.

When Hollywood Boulevard was still a quiet mix of homes and agricultural businesses, real estate developer Charles Toberman envisioned a thriving theatre district there. During his lifetime, he erected 36 stylish buildings in the heart of Hollywood, including the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and three themed theatres, which he developed with Sid Grauman — the Egyptian, the Chinese, and the El Capitan. Before any of these developments stood along the boulevard, however, Toberman built the new Lodge headquarters there, in 1922.

At the time, the Hollywood Masonic Temple, now known as the El Capitan Entertainment Centre, was one of the most substantial structures in Hollywood’s sparse mix of buildings and citrus groves.

The Nestor Motion Picture Company of Bayonne, New Jersey, was owned by David and William Horsley. The Horsley brothers, along with other movie independents, succeeded in defeating the monopolistic hold on the industry of Thomas Edison’s Motion Picture Patents Company. However, weather conditions on the east coast made filming an uncertain proposition, because camera technology at the time relied on sunshine.

Frustrated, and realising that California afforded the opportunity to make films all year round, David Horsley moved his operations to the west coast. In the fall of 1911, the Nestor Motion Picture Company opened the first motion picture studio in Hollywood in the Blondeau Tavern building, at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Gower Street. With Horsley was Al Christie, who served as General Manager and in charge of Christie Comedies, plus Charles Rosher, who lent his expertise as the studio’s full-time cameraman. Other east coast films companies recognised Horsley’s advantage and quickly followed his lead.

Freemason Cecil B. DeMille came to Hollywood in 1913. While most major studios later built their soundstages and make-believe towns on the outskirts, Hollywood was their home base. It was soon regarded all over the world as the heart and soul of the film industry. Due to its fame and identity as a major centre of movie studios and stars, ‘Hollywood’ is often used to refer to the American motion picture industry.

In 1921, the Hollywood Masonic Temple relocated from their existing Lodge on the current site of the Kodak Theater. The construction of the new three-story building was led by Lodge master, Charles E. Toberman. In 1922, Hollywood Freemason moved to their current Lodge. In those early days, when Hollywood was an independent city, the city attorney, city marshal, city treasurer and first mayor (George Dunlop) were all Freemasons. Arthur Letts, founder of the Broadway department store, and artist Paul de Longpre, whose gallery and gardens drew many to the community, were members, along with prominent judges and a significant number of bankers. The city’s first newspaper and doctor’s office were established by members, and the city’s electric car service was owned and operated by brothers of the Lodge.

Freemasons played a vital role in establishing the city of Hollywood and in establishing the movie industry in that city. The reasons for this choice of name may be discovered by exploring the nexus between Freemasons and Druids.

The Druidic mysteries were founded on those of the Egyptians, and were analogous to those of Tyre, Persia and Hindostan; and that their moral doctrines and pristine simplicity of worship were those of the Jewish mysticism — Kabbalah. Freemasonic rituals and teachings, if not a modern form of the Druidic practices, were derived from the same sources, and that the secrets of this science and philosophy are hidden from us by the Veil of Isis.

The Jews who run Hollywood are not Israelite Jews, but those who are followers of Judaism and Kabbalah — they are called ‘Jews’ because they practice Judaism. These Jews are Freemasons.

The initiations of Freemasons are similar to those of the Druids, and any Freemason reading about Druid initiations would notice striking similarities. The Ovade (initiate Druid) wears a gold chain round his neck, and the Masonic apprentice, when initiated, wears a silk cord, known in Masonic parlance as a ‘cable-tow’, around his neck. Like the Ovade, the Masonic apprentice is blindfolded, and as the former is led through the mazes of a labyrinth, the latter is led backwards and forwards, and in various directions. Both the Druid initiation and that of the Freemasons use artificial lighting. Noting this resemblance, it is prudent to further note the importance of holly wood in Druid and Celtic lore.

Like the Freemasons, the Druids have three entry levels:

Druid: Ovydd or Ovade, Bard and Druid. (Ovydd means ‘sapling’ or ‘unformed plant’; Bard symbolises the branch or ‘what springs from’; Druid means the ‘body of the oak’.)

Freemason: Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft and Master Mason.

The Druids regarded holly as a scared plant. It is the whitest of all woods, and has been used in making piano keys. It was considered sacred by the druids, and played a part in the magic of the Greeks and Romans. Holly is regarded by many to be the most powerful wood in witchcraft.

In early Europe, holly and other thorny plants were believed to have magical powers. Ivory coloured and very light with virtually no grain, holly has a positive invoking energy. It is also associated with new beginnings, a triumph over enemies, new kingship and wise rule. It is especially suited to spells to bestow knowledge, eloquence and persuasion. Holly is considered to have a transforming power. Holly is instrumental the turning of the year in the Winter and Summer Solstice, when Holly King and Oak King do battle.

In Arthurian legend, Gawain (representing the Oak King of summer) fought the Green Knight, who was armed with a holly club to represent winter. One must pass while the other triumphs. The cycle is repeated over and over again. Historically, the wood was favoured for spear shafts, and as such, was the prototype of magic wands we know today. The wand represents the male yang energy, directing vigour and energy, which pierces illusion. As such, it is excellent in protection, overthrowing the old and outdated and planting seeds for a new beginning.

Given the active role Hollywood, through its movies marketed worldwide, plays in bestowing knowledge and persuasion, it is not at all surprising that the entire American film industry would be identified with Hollywood (i.e. holly wood), the very material used by Druids to make their magic wands. It also should come as no surprise that the Freemasons, who founded Hollywood and established it as the Movie Capital of the world, would use the name Hollywood to describe the place where they make ‘movie magic’. A number of movie companies use occult symbols in their logos, so it makes perfect sense that name Hollywood itself is an occult symbol, with a meaning only known to the initiated.

There are also many movies and programmes glamorising magic, Satanic rituals and witchcraft, made in Hollywood, such as Harry Potter, Bewitched, Wizards of Waverly Place, Big, Medium, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Charmed. In Harry Potter and Charmed, names of REAL demons are invoked. Harry Potter’s wand is made of holly wood.

Movie trailers/previews contain occult symbols and rituals, which are used to hex the unsuspecting public into watching and buying the films. The more powerful the hex, the higher the box office ratings.

The name Hollywood has inspired other film industries, who have incorporated it into their own titles — Bollywood (India), Nollywood (Nigeria) and Riverwood (Kenya).

We have allowed Hollywood hype to distort our sense of reality. None of this is by chance; all of it has been carefully planned. Our world is held hostage by an illusion run by a Satanic cult.

Paramount Pictures Corporation was founded in 1912 as Famous Players Film Company by Adolph Zukor and theatre moguls the Frohman brothers, Daniel and Charles.

The Paramount ‘Majestic Mountain’ logo was first drawn as a doodle by W.W. Hodkinson during a meeting with Zukor. It is the oldest surviving Hollywood film logo.

The original logo has 24 stars, which represent fallen angels ~ star is metaphor for angel. The star and angel atop the Christmas tree represents Satan.

paramount logo

The television show Muppet Show is a mockery of those celebrities who are demonically possessed Monarch slaves (see Monarch slaves). Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock celebrate hybrids or demons.

Muppet Show

Muppet Show

Sesame Street

Sesame Street

Fraggle Rock

Fraggle Rock

The new logo has 22 stars, also representing fallen angels. The original matte painting has also been replaced with a computer generated mountain and stars:

Paramount 22 stars

Goddess logos

In England, Columbia is known as Britannia, hence British Columbia. In the past she has been known as Semiramis, Ishtar, Anat, Asherah, Isis, Juno, Minerva, Aphrodite, Venus, et al. She is known as a triple goddess, trinities relate to her. In the Tarot, the third major arcana is the Empress. She is symbolised as a phoenix rising and is known as the ‘eye goddess’. As Venus, she is symbolised by a shell and a pentagram. Most of the goddesses have connections with the merfolk.

Logo for Columbia Pictures (an American film production and distribution studio of the Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, situated in California, U.S.) is Astarte/Columbia:

Columbia-Pictures-Movie-Studio-logo

Logo for EuropaCorp (a French motion picture company headquartered in Saint-Denis near Paris, France) is Europa, the mother of Europe, and the great-granddaughter of Noah:

europacorp

“But when He, the Spirit of truth, comes, He will guide you into all the truth, for He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears He will speak, and He will declare to you the things that are to come.” John 16:13

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