Shrek and Despicable Me



Shrek is a computer animated film loosely based on William Steig’s 1990 fairytale picture book Shrek!


“Shrek, a green ogre who loves the solitude in his swamp, finds his life interrupted when many fairytale characters are exiled there by order of the fairytale-hating Lord Farquaad…”

Shrek is an ogre; an ogre is a Nephilim/demon (see Pagan gods).

Shrek is the son of Satan with his human wife Astarte, in the pre-flood world: Tammuz, who has reincarnated as Prince George of Cambridge (see Pagan feasts).

Despicable Me, also a computer animated film, features Gru — a supervillain.

Gru standing on a door, which is a stargate, telling us how he returned to earth

Gru standing on a door, which is a stargate (see Sun Gates), telling us how he returned to earth. The minions represent mankind)


“Gru, a supervillain, has his pride injured when an unknown supervillain steals Great Pyramid of Giza, an action that is described by his colleague Dr. Nefario as ‘making all other villains look lame’. Gru decides to do better with the assistance of Dr. Nefario, by shrinking and stealing the moon…”

Gru is an anagram for urg, which is code for ogre, a Nephilim/demon.

Both Gru and Shrek are representations of Tammuz (also Horus, Apollo, Jesus Christ). The Beast prophesied about in Revelation, who will rule the world as the False Messiah (see Unveiling the Beast).

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