The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is a 2003 historical fantasy film that features famous contemporary, science fiction and adventure characters.
Let us examine these characters and their symbolism:
Allan Quatermain, an adventurer and former hunter, is a Moonchild. This fact is evidenced at the end of the movie, when Allan, having died from a fatal wound, is resurrected by a shaman who dances around his grave (see Making of a Moon Child).
Captain Nemo is a pirate and scientific genius (in Latin, Nemo means ‘Nobody’), also known as Prince Dakkar. He is a demon that has shape-shifted into human form, a fact provided by his debut appearance in the 1954 film Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea — a metaphor for the Abyss/Hell (see Aliens are Demons!).
Dorian Gray, a wealthy gentleman, is a Monarch slave (see Monarch slaves and Duality/Black Mass). The painting represents Dorian’s alter personas or the demons that possess him. While Dorian does not grow old, the painting decays, representing the evil, cruelty, amorality, immorality, vileness, foulness and deviance of the demons. Dorian not aging symbolises that it is not Dorian that commits all the nefarious acts for which he becomes infamous — the acts are carried out by the demons that possess him.
Dr. Henry Jekyll, a medical doctor, is also a Monarch slave, whose vile and evil alter personas or the demons that possess him is represented by Mr. Edward Hyde, an ape-like creature.
Mina Harker, a school mistress, is a vampire — vampires are a myth created by the ruling elite, who are Nephilim and hunt humans in order to drink their blood to supplement an iron deficiency (see Pagan gods, Hell’s Gate, Naivasha, Kenya, Bigfoot and the Yeti and Your Blood, Your Life).
Rodney Skinner, a thief, is the Invisible Man; he is also a Monarch slave — Monarch slaves are dysfunctional lunatics who are demonically possessed and spiritually bound, rendering the real self invisible.
Tom Sawyer is an American Secret Service Agent. He is a transhuman — a skilled fighter both unarmed and with pistols (see Transhumanism and Cyborgism).