Tim Burtons twist with the movie Alice in Wonderland (2010) reveals dynamic context concerning occult symbolism, numerology, the dualities between the darkness and the light, and the so-called final battle. With the help of screenwriter Linda Woolverton and computer-animators, Burton reinvents Lewis Carroll’s creation as the story of a young woman (played by Mia Wasikowska) who returns to the surreal land she dreamed of as a girl and gets involved in an epic battle between red sinister queen and the white virtuous queen. Burton’s take on the children’s classic tale is bizarre, violent and often visionary, with uncompromisingly oddball supporting performances by Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter. Tim Burtons Alice in Wonderland made millions of dollars.
Release date of Alice in Wonderland: United States and the United Kingdom on March 5, 2010 = 11.
The dynamic context of Alice in Wonderland reveals the duality of the darkness and the light, but with an emphasis on the darkness that cumulates with the “final battle” and Alice being the “savior” of Underland.
Alice and The Hatter:
Alice, not remembering her past visit to Wonderland or “Underland” as a young girl, but only within her dreams, stumbles down the rabbit hole after 13 years. During her journey she meets the The Hatter that symbolizes the complement of Alice through the numerology on his Hat 10/6 = the number of complement 7. Without the Hatters assistance Alice would be lost. And, since the Hatter was dragged to the Evil Red Castle, Alice is forced to rescue The Hatter.
The Red Queen and Knave of Hearts:
The “Red” Castle/Queen represents Blood; the darkness is obsessed with blood, and is the prime reason Moses taught to stay clear of blood.
Within the Red Castle, the wicked Red Queen “Iracebeth”, with an extra large head shape as a heart, dominates with an iron fist along with her consort the one eyed Knave of Hearts, Ilosovic Stayn.
The deformities of the Queen and the masks of her servants symbolize the change in nature of the original lower entity who the Bible names as Baal/Satan. Baal was demoted into a lower entity from being a spirit. Celebrations around the world celebrate this demotion such as Carnival and Halloween where people celebrate with putting on masks or the coloring of faces.
The Knave of Hearts, Ilosovic Stayn represents the “All Seeing Eye” of the Queen. “Knave” defines as a dishonest or unscrupulous man and is another term for jack in cards.
Ironically, the army of the Red Queen represent playing cards. A deck of cards symbolizes “Luck” and “Numerology” including Cartomancy—Divination by cards.
It is difficult to explain the numerology that the red army presented, but they march in 2 columns of 3 adding to 6; the occult numerology = 11:33.
The Scroll that Explains the Furture:
Alice views a scroll that reveals the future of Wonderland, but learns that she will slay the Red Queen’s Jabberwocky on the Frabjous Day and restore the White Queen to power; the scroll ends up in the hand of the Red Queen.
This discloses the reality that the light and the darkness comprehends the end game within the spirit world. The darkness understands that they will trap a large number of souls into their New World Order of Enslavement. However, as individuals awaken to the sinister agenda of the darkness, personal choice can change their personal path. The only tactic the darkness can use against an awakened or enlightened person is to deceive the awakened person to make the wrong choice. The Scroll of the future also expresses the context of destiny, even though Alice refused to champion against the Jabberwocky earlier, she choose to fight at the last minute.
Alice in Wonderland Battles the Jabberwaocky:
As Alice enters the battle she recalls 6 impossible things that occurred in her life before attacking the Jabberwocky (a fearsome giantlike bird creature) and chops off his head with Vorpal Sword that she received after befriending the Bandersnatch. Alice returns home by drinking blood of the Jabberwocky; blood drinking is a major satanic occult ritual.
The Red Heart is a dominate representation within the Red Queens atmosphere. The heart is offered up for ritual blood sacrifice symbolizing the willingness of the person to be killed if they divulge secrets.
The hostility between the two queens symbolizes the continued enmity of the light and the darkness in the spirit world.
Unraveling the Deception:
The Hollywood filmmakers continually portray this ultimate final battle between the virtuous and villainous. Tim Burtons Alice in Wonderland is a classic portrayal of this “final battle” that includes multiple other movies. The book of Revelation speaks of this final battle as Armageddon, yet, in the other books of the Bible this final battle voids itself of context. Indeed, the combined powers of the darkness are causing a deception concerning this final battle. The book of revelation is filled with Masonic ideas, even though people who are positioned in Christianity cannot ascertain the deception.
Most likely, the darkness stage a war that will unite the world within a common bond. I truly believe that this war will be humanity against ET Aliens. There is a growing minority who are comprehending the sinister agenda of the New World Order—there is even a smaller minority, but growing, who comprehends the truth of the ET alien agents of the darkness.
Even if the reader struggles to believe that aliens exist, and this scenario to unite the world as one; it is vital that you consider the possibility. Through an awareness of the possibility, lesser emotional disturbance will occur upon the possible presence of an alien war. The powers of the darkness will attempt to shock the human system into a panic that will impair the ability to problem solve, including causing trauma that can split the personality and cause a vulnerability toward the ensnared path of mind control.
Considering all possibilities allows the increase of awareness that can assist the individual to defeat the evil agenda of the combined powers of the darkness.