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dying to know what Buzz is going to say,-- its all faked, two space programs, kubrick filmed this... etc.
The 2:37 one at the start is not showing up how I remember it. I remember that in VLC it would show up a bit late, but then in different media players where the producer credits didn't count, it showed up differently. Hmmm. I will made download a different player tomorrow, but for now I will move on to some other ones.

Of course I am not the first to compare Jack to Stanley Kubrick's appearance before 2001: A Space Odyssey, or Stuart Ullman to JFK (esp. the hairstyle).

So we will move on from that, to 20 minutes in, the first second when they step into the 'hotel'.

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Strange man mopping up, but of more interest... A 11, and zzz zzz on top of the columns. Interesting.

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The Occultic Double X, where have we seen that symbol before? Of note is the dialog in this particular scene, "Lots of movie stars, 3 Presidents, jet set before people even knew what jet set was, all the 'best' people"

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And here... LOL, what a nice little touch. I guess all that raking of the Moon set really got to Kubrick after a while. Had to get it out of his system.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonrakers
Turns our 'raking the Moon' is an old English folk saying for pulling the wool over someone's eyes, deceiving them. LOL

"This name refers to a folk story set in the time when smuggling was a significant industry in rural England, with Wiltshire lying on the smugglers' secret routes between the south coast and customers in the centre of the country.[2] The story goes that some local people had hidden contraband barrels of French brandy from customs officers in a village pond. While trying to retrieve it at night, they were caught by the revenue men, but explained themselves by pointing to the moon's reflection and saying they were trying to rake in a round cheese. The revenue men, thinking they were simple yokels, laughed at them and went on their way. But, as the story goes, it was the moonrakers who had the last laugh."

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You can't make this stuff up.
the 2nd pic just made me think of the band XX, whose logo has to be masonic:

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Very interesting
Jordan Peterson signed with CAA, I don't know how long ago but first I heard about it was probably this week, same time he was appearing at the Trilateral Commission and acknowledged as "NY Times Bestseller":

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Looks more like the Crowley hexagram than the regular one.

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Six pointed star is of course X-X all the way around...
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X - X
Rotate it. X- X
the XX actually have some half decent sugar pop tracks



finally watched the whole "first man" for real

wow. what can I say

it was super boring

very very bad movie

like I said, they stuck too closely to the documentary record making it very boring

Ryan Gosling was not convincing

and the space scenes weren't grand or dramatic enough

also I noticed they totally tried to make Buzz look like an asshole it wasn't even subtle
(11-27-2018 03:40 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]finally watched the whole "first man" for real

wow. what can I say

it was super boring

very very bad movie

like I said, they stuck too closely to the documentary record making it very boring

Ryan Gosling was not convincing

and the space scenes weren't grand or dramatic enough

also I noticed they totally tried to make Buzz look like an asshole it wasn't even subtle

How can accelerating to 8 km/s be boring? How can translunar injection at 30,000+ ft/sec be boring?

How can trying to slow down from that speed, to come to a complete halt on a foreign object be boring, all while the slightest miscalculation or overuse of fuel means either spending eternity in orbit without hope of being saved, or crashing into the lunar surface, be boring? How can lunar orbit rendezvous be boring?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nova_(rocket)

Read that, if you want a laugh.

What they want to do is make you think Apollo was boring, and landing on the Moon is routine, so why bother to do it again?

And next, they will start showing footage from First Man instead of the Apollo 11 missions, in the TV commercials and short TV spots celebrating the 'achievement' and then when people say "Was it faked?" they will say "Oh yeah, but that was the footage from First Man!"

Of course THAT footage was filmed in Hollywood, using SFX and CGI...

Think about what would have happened to the Apollo lunar lander if it landed on a slope, while still having 2 m/s of horizontal motion. LOL
claire foy acting was good in the movie, Movie was boring and didnt follow up on issues like the gemini mission etc. It does nothing to convince you that it was possible- quite the contrary.
(11-27-2018 06:46 AM)trevorrice Wrote: [ -> ]claire foy acting was good in the movie, Movie was boring and didnt follow up on issues like the gemini mission etc. It does nothing to convince you that it was possible- quite the contrary.

"Space may be the final frontier
But it's made in a Hollywood basement"

Amazing how Brits and people in Hollywood know its fake... What do they know that the rest of us don't? It is because British-style SFX were used for parts of it, so Brits can tell there is something wrong with it, and Hollywood-types know because everyone knows someone, or has heard the rumors, over the years.

I will post some more screenshots from The Shining possibly tonight...

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Russia space agency promises to check whether US moon landings really happened


Conspiracy theories claim Nasa's Apollo mission was a hoax


The head of Russia’s national space agency has proposed a mission to the moon to verify whether the American moon landings really took place.

Dmitry Rogozin responded to a question about whether Nasa’s Apollo programme actually put men on the moon back in the 1960s and 1970s during a conversation with the president of Moldova, Igor Dodon.

He appeared to be joking, as he smirked and shrugged while answering. But conspiracies surrounding Nasa’s moon missions are common in Russia.

In a video of their interaction, posted to his 815,000 Twitter followers, Mr Rogozin says: “We have set this objective to fly and verify whether they’ve been there or not”.


https://www.independent.co.uk/news/scien...50056.html
LOL, they are always smirking when they say that. And then the West takes that as a sign they are 'just joking'. When really, they know the manned Moon landings are a joke, and that is what is making them laugh, the idea of pantsing NASA.

Probably some sort of $3 billion a year aid package to Russia will be proposed again, as usual Big Grin
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I will go through some of the finer details, but for now, no reason not to skip right to the end of the film... The mysterious shot of the photo, that for some reason zooms in on the date. Who gives a shit about the date of the photo, shown at the end? I always had a problem with the font used. Couldn't figure it out. For a long time I thought there was a hidden word or message here.

Well... I think I was right. But its not letters hidden in the font, it's... NUMBERS.

July 16, 1969. The date of Apollo 11's LAUNCH!

What is the only number left, using the 19 from 1921, to form 1969... Well... 21. What was July 21, 1969? Oh... The actual date of the first 'manned Moon landing'!

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In that last shot, there is a wall of 21 photos. 21 is also a reference to the Tarot. There are 22 tarot, but the first one, the fool is 0, and the last one is numbered 21. Well, this photo is right in the middle, and is the 11th one. A LOT of 11 references in this movie for some reason! Smile

Take a good look at the Moon tarot. Wouldn't it be interesting if Kubrick somehow worked it into the film? Hmm.........
Oh, and my bad, there is still a left over 4. But I think the July 4th is just to tie in the idea that the Overlook Hotel represents America in the broader sense, and that 'alot of things happened in this here hotel, and not all of em was good'.
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