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Pagan "AVATAR" Peddles Nature Worship

December 28, 2022


 Why does Hollywood keep churning out shit? Because filmmakers need to support their lavish lifestyles and audiences are shit-eaters.

Avatar 2 is the most expensive movie ever made, at $400 million
but it has grossed a billion since its release three weeks ago.

A reader asked me if I was going to review it. When I replied, NO, he said,just post your original review because Avatar 2 is a "rehash."

"The whole movie is a high tech exercise to condition the masses to accept that Pagan 'nature worship' or pantheism is good. "

Related - Avatar Decoded

(from Nov. 1, 2010)
by Deshpal Sandhu (In India) 


Avatar has apparently broken the $ one billion mark in ticket sales in record time and is on its way to becoming the highest grossing film of all time.

 For a film that is short on story and long on running time, this is a truly Orwellian achievement; less has proven to be more. I saw some glowing reviews prior to the release and decided to see it with my 12-year-old nephew, who had already seen it once but was gung ho to go see it again.

I am thankful that I happen to be in India at the moment where the ticket costs only about $3 and the total venture including popcorn and all cost me only about $10 (for two); so the pain of having to pay to have my senses assaulted, both spiritually and intellectually, was somewhat mitigated.

First of all the title of the film, 'Avatar' is a Hindu word that means 'god incarnated' or god in the flesh. 'God' is not capitalized in the previous definition since in the Hindu pantheon any number of creatures can be termed god.

The film's avatars are blue, genetically modified creatures that are feline / simian / satyrs or something and not at all not easy on the eyes to behold. They also stand about 10 feet tall and the best way to describe them is-- not human.

The whole movie is a high tech exercise to condition the masses to accept that Pagan 'nature worship' or pantheism is good. 'Pandora' where the movie is situated is a moon of a giant Saturn like gaseous planet. It doesn't seem to have dawned on any movie critics ...that the name 'Pandora' itself is a reference to a mythical story of all the evils that have befallen mankind by the opening of Pandora's Box.

And this movie opens a veritable Pandora's Box by indoctrinating the (mostly) unsuspecting audience that all things are god, that we are all one big family, be it a murderous hyena, a serpentine dragon or a banana tree, all things have the same spirit in them.

The message is that living in harmony with 'nature' (the Greek god Pan) is our salvation; that using our God given intelligence to create machines and technology to make life more comfortable is evil, oh those wicked scientists!

PRC_166369060-371540544.jpgSomeone ought to ask Jimmy Cameron (left) how he could have made this movie, had it not been for men using their God given intelligence to create the technologies that he employed in its production? I wonder if the tribes of the deep Amazon or Africa could have helped him make the most technologically advanced film yet made?

This is nothing more than a big budget, more special effects laden version of Al Gore's, 'A Very Convenient Lie' aka 'An Inconvenient Truth'. The blue imagery of Pandora itself is hellish to put it mildly.

The giant serpentine tree where the tribe dwells is, well, serpentine, Cerberus like hell dogs, and other mythical creatures of immense ugliness and strength abound in this world.

Tentacled and illuminated jelly fish like spirit things (for lack of a better word) are what the Na'vi look to for guidance. In the real world jellyfish can prove to be injurious and even fatal to humans, I wonder why people think that their spiritual counterparts would not also be injurious or even fatal to their spiritual well being?

If God wanted us to get our guidance and direction from animals, why did he not just make us all animals instead of humans that can think and reason, not have to depend on superstition?

The movie truly glorifies Native American Indian cultures; notwithstanding the fact that natives and indigenous peoples the world over have been victims to unscrupulous colonizers, the truth of the matter is that these cultures were anything but humane and compassionate.

There is just too much documented evidence of the bloodthirsty practices of natives and indigenous populations worldwide for us to believe that they knew much about living in peace and harmony with each other let alone with nature. So Jimmy, your preaching, though effective I'm sure, is fraudulent and filled with lies.

The movie conditions people [to believe] that ugliness is beautiful, that lies are truth, that  creation is God and not the Creator.

My question is that if all things are gods, then why do you need to look for god in nature, don't you have a mirror? Look at yourself all day long; after all you too are god!

When people look to animals for guidance, then they become animals, what else would you expect? The ceremonies in the movie where the tribe gathers together to worship are very reminiscent of African / Haitian / Native ceremonies where music and natural hallucinogenics such as magic mushrooms are used to induce an altered hypnotic state in which the worshipper does not reach out and touch the Most High God but rather the most low animal spirit within and becomes a beast. In this state what was demonstrated was not peace and harmony with his fellow man but rather bloodshed in the most brutal, evil, devilish, beastly manner possible where even hearts were ripped out of the chests of living victims.

The purpose of such 'Native' ceremonies has always been to arouse animal passions in man. This is the not so hidden message being sent out by these devilish avatars in Jimmy's movie. Become natural, become animal, do not think for yourself, let your nature spirit guides guide you.

All things in nature have life in them, of that there is no doubt, but what needs to be understood is that the life comes from the Creator and points you to consider the Creator not the created thing.

Just because a deer has life (that you had nothing to do with in bringing it that life), does not in any way, shape or form make you one with that deer! Appreciating and valuing life in nature leads us to consider and appreciate our Creator, He from whom all life originates. Without appreciating and valuing the Life Giver, you can never truly appreciate or value life, NEVER! If you agree with Mr. Cameron, then I end this by saying be careful what you wish for; you have chosen to bear the image of the creation rather than the Creator and your choice comes not without a price; a price that you may find too late that you cannot afford to pay!


Romans 25:  "Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever."  Amen.

Rating : ZERO out of whatever number you choose.

Related--Vatican Says "Avatar' is No Masterpiece

"A Naturalist Looks at 'Avatar'"


Fred writes:

Ok, so what about nature then, as representation of Godness? What exactly is wrong with worshipping nature?


Dear Fred,

Because God is a MORAL force, and nature is not moral.

Moral-- i.e. the ability to distinguish between good and evil; the ability to conceive, recognize and strive for truth, goodness, peace, beauty, justice, love. Nature can't do this.

This spiritual faculty is what makes us "human." Ask yourself, why does the Illuminati want to blur or eliminate this distinction?


Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Pagan "AVATAR" Peddles Nature Worship"

LINDA said (January 13, 2010):

Cameron is an Illuminist and Christian hater. But he is only pioneering this 'Externalization of the Hierarchy' script. So he has given us a story line in which we the earthlings are the bad gods who go to Pandora, etc. Storyline is not his strong suit. So in order to circle around the real Illuminati script which is the 21st century sequel to the Enuma Elish, he has to approach from the opposite direction. Very early days as this meme goes mainstream.

The original story is that the sons of heaven (in the angelic order who are spirit and interdimensional) - come to earth. In the 21 century version these are the space gods from the Sirius system who have come in the past and are returning with their advanced technology (knowledge). This is the current reading of the Enuma Elish (The Babylonian Genesis). I feel a new book by Robert Temple coming on.

The gods sire the Moriah bloodline to be the true rulers of earth and they bring the Ossirian kingship. (This culture is bound up with the royal Canannite Ossirs - of the great river valley necropoli of Sion which is Mt Hermon)

The whole story is summed up in the Hebrew letter Shin / Sin read as a hieroglyph. That was featured here awhile back.

I always knew the true communism, externalization of the hierarchy script was going to be good. Never mind that all the script doctors in planet Hollywood couldn't save the Avatar plot. Avatar is just the 'imagine' prologue with all the special FX and biolumenescence needed to hook in the sheeple. Once they are thinking in terms of our space friends who are coming to save us from ourselves with their advanced technology and 'ye can be as gods' deal, the essential info can be reworked into the correct Illuminati plotline - which is complex.

2010 could be the year we 'make contact'. This is really very funny as the discarnate kingpins of these secret orders have been pulling the levers from behind the curtain for the duration of recorded history. It will be really interesting to see what they have decided the mask of Great Oz is going to look like in our time. We should stay tuned.

Ajna said (January 13, 2010):

After reading your diatribe about Avatar I must tell you that you are woefully blind to the beauty found in the show. Also you seem to have missedone of the morals of the show , which is to point out that the little guy can win over the deadly death dealing military complex that invades in order to steal resources places they have no business in. THIS is why the show is so popular. People need hope.

I also recommend you do a little research on what is KNOWN vs. what is SURMISED about Pagan philosophy. What rituals observed by people who have selected to be called Pagan these days is based a lot on discussion and guesses since none of us were alive when the Pagan people were considered to be extant. It is bigoted and also a sign of poor research on your part to condemn modern day Pagna's choice of religion in the manner you did in your article.

You also seem to have missed one of the enlightening ideas posed in the movie , ie: ALL matter is alive in it's own way; if respected and understood it is awesome power that requires awesome commitment from those it supports and gives life to. This is of course unknown to the controllers of Earth, but this show was directed to the NON controllers of the Earth. Your article seems to have displayed which side of that fence you are on.

Marshall said (January 13, 2010):

By “Avatar,” you mean “Dances With Wolves on Planet X,” right? I’m surprised Cameron didn’t just get Kevin Costner with his half-a-bil budget for this CGI re-tread. I guess for the same reasons Steven Spielberg didn’t get Gregory Peck to be “Quint” in JAWS, otherwise known as “Moby Dick, the sequel”…because they’re too old LOL!!!

“Dances with Avatars” is about an hour too long, so maybe a quarter-bil could have done the job. Therefore, I posted my brief synopsis, simply because I can’t sit in a theater for 3 hours without a smoke break.

Nevertheless, you may enjoy “Avatarizing” yourself or someone else for fun or political cartoons, courtesy of McDonald’s. I’m definitely going to do Al Gore for starters J

Blue Big Macs and green French fries… ”Avatar” action figures, and a Saturday morning cartoon for the kiddies! Get ‘em while they’re hot Henry…only $28.99!!!

(Is that some markup on a five-cent chunk of plastic or what?) WHOA!!! Pantheism for fun and profit, I say. May the Schwartz Be with You!!!

Say, are we dealing with the right aliens here?

Andrew said (January 13, 2010):

I believe as Dan [below] does that mainstream music and entertainment are working in concert to program our young people to kill themselves.

And what Dan writes is consistent with the Mormon's report, " they can deliver any message whatsoever, whether it is backward or forward, doesn't matter whether you can hear the words in the language that we are speaking or whether it's exactly the opposite but the brain will unscramble it and pick it up. And so we know, for example, that this melodic dissonance can create a conditioning effect so that you will believe whatever it is that you are taught." Communist Revealed the "Plan" to Mormon, January 7, 2010.

On top of all that are the increasing reports of suicides among people in there teens and twenties. In the last 6 years, four of my close friends have had children and teenagers who have committed suicide. The suicide rate in the military and among returning vet is rising every year.

Young suicides are a real and growing concern and we have to ask whether entertainment blockbusters like Avatar could be responsible.

Dan said (January 13, 2010):

No interest in seeing this movie. Read all the hype. They must be pretty desperate to be pushing for 3-D movies as the norm both for movies and HDTV. NPR says this is the direction media will be going just in time for 2012. Sony already has a prototype 3D HDTV ready. The designer eye wear industry plans to push trendy high buck fashion 3D glasses and even prescription 3D glasses.

Everybody's heard or will hear about all that, so I'm writing to pass on something else. Here's odd hype that this movie has triggered a wave of depression and desire for suicide among millions of viewers. According the articles the phenomenon was first noticed in the movie's internet forums with remarks like the following being 'typical':

Referring to the imaginary world of 'Pandora':

“Ever since I went to see ‘Avatar’ I have been depressed. Watching the wonderful world of Pandora () and all the Na’vi made me want to be one of them. I can’t stop thinking about all the things that happened in the film and all of the tears and shivers I got from it.. I even contemplate suicide thinking that if I do it I will be re birthed in a world similar to Pandora and the everything is the same as in ‘Avatar.’ ”
- Mike

“When I woke up this morning after watching Avatar for the first time yesterday, the world seemed … gray. It was like my whole life, everything I’ve done and worked for, lost its meaning…It just seems so … meaningless. I still don’t really see any reason to keep … doing things at all. I live in a dying world.”

- Ivar Hill, 17, Sweden

"Our life just seems so...meaningless. I still don't really see any reason to keep doing things at all. I live in a dying world."

Director David Cameron himself could not have predicted the impact that "Avatar" and the land of Pandora has had on some of his viewers.

I beg to differ on that last statement. Such a reaction to a movie - any movie - is symptomatic of technological mind control. Do NOT take children to see this movie - stop paying to see Illuminati movies, period. Do NOT consider purchasing any 3D televisions, gadgets or glasses when they flood the market in 2011. If you own an HDTV get rid of it and cancel the programming subscription.

Anonymous said (January 13, 2010):

Hi Henry! One has to be blind, ignorant, or dense not to recognize that Avatar is a metaphor for the present U.S aspirations for "empire" in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, and that the destructive "Progress" of civilization's war machines is used, as ever, to exploit indigenous people and steal resources worldwide. In the movie, the mercenary warriors from earth clearly say that they work for "corporate powers" as do Blackwater or Xe "goons", or U.S. troops indirectly.....another clear message concerning Iraq and Afghanistan and elsewhere. That our news propagandists consider indigenous people who fight back for their homeland as "terrorists" to be crushed is another obvious metaphor in the movie. What's not to love about the truth in the messages? I think the movie gets closer to some truths that Americans have avoided for a long, long time.

Avatar dangerous for not promoting Christianity? What a joke! Most of the Christians I know couldn't care less about bombing people they never met, including women and children, and I'd bet that most of the G.I.'s doing the destroying would claim that they are Christian fighting for a Christian nation. Claiming that Christianity represents morality or is a "moral force" is a bogus argument. In theory, perhaps, in reality, no.

Deists, particularly Pagans, and Animists are cooperative with nature, as they see themselves included within it. Christians, on the other hand, hold themselves separate from nature and believe they have "dominion" over it, to use and destroy as desired.

The Deist and/or Christian founding fathers turned to the (pagan/animist) Iroquois Federation of Five Nations (tribes) to learn how to pull various American colonies together into a cooperative "republic" as the founding fathers had no guidance from their experience under Christian Monarchies. Christians refuse to believe that but it is true. Bottom line is that to assume that seeming "inferior" indigenous Pagan or Animist people are stupid, or warlike, or unethical is false.

That Christians seem so frightened that the movie Avatar threatens anyone's belief in Christianity only reflects their own doubts about the veracity of their own beliefs.



Don't be naive. This movie is made and promoted by the same people responsible for US imperialism. It is using the feel-good anti-imperialist stand to propagandize for their paganism. Hollywood is an Illuminati propaganda factory.


Charles said (January 12, 2010):

Henry, thank you very much for sharing with us that GREAT review about Avatar by Deshpal Sandhu. I saw the movie with my two teenage sons. Before we went to the theater, I warned them that the movie was a bunch of leftist propaganda and I used the movie to instruct my kids about the deceptive nature of Hollywood. Everything Sandhu said about the religious subversion was SPOT ON but let me add to it by describing the political, racial, "feminist", and sexual subversion (and perversion) of the film as well.

The movie implied that the Earthlings (an obvious metaphor for white people, especially white Americans) are ignorant, greedy, aggressive, and generally ungodly whereas the Na'vi (metaphor for native Indians and perhaps any other non-Anglo or "colored" types) are wise, noble, and spiritual. It taught that loyalty is good for the coloreds and bad for the whites, that whites should commit treason, and that the only way for whites to attain righteousness is by literally slaughtering their own people. The movie climaxed when the white, Earthling, (marine-turned-traitor-hero, Jake Sully) even gave up his own body (not to mention his own planet) in favor of the alien body and alien planet.

At the end of the movie, many white Earthlings in the audience literally applauded this series of betrayals in favor of the hostile alien force. Yes, the Goyim are quite easily brainwashed by the Illuminati, especially by its Hollywood branch. Even here, some of your readers applaud.

The movie is also feminist because the female characters were always taking the ignorant male characters to school for instruction and correction (a definite pattern for movies involving the infamous feminist propagandist, Sigourney Weaver). But the movie even gets worse than all that. At one point the movie CLEARLY implied (thanks to an obscene comment by the character played by Weaver) that the pigtail was a sexual organ (or at least functioned like one). Since the pigtail was repeatedly used by Sully and others to physically (and spiritually) connect with the animals of the forest, I have to suppose that bestiality normalization advocates world-wide are celebrating at Cameron's "brave" Orwellian achievement.

This movie is an extremely dangerous (but beautifully presented) piece of subversive propaganda (if I didn't mention that already), especially in regard to our youth, but as some of the comments at your website have indicated, it is not only the children who are duped by this "work of art."

Janet said (January 12, 2010):

BOY do you talk like a brain washed born again christian BORE.This film is a master piece and people with your attitude to nature are ignorant of the wonders of the Universe and these days dinosaures.I have read alot of your articals and I do think you have alot of insite into what is going on on our Mother Earth.Mother Earth is not God or the creator of the Universe but she is a living being and deserves the respect from all of us not the attitude she is a bit of rock that can be abused and used like a wet rag.If Mankind does not understand this soon alot of you will be BUG SQATT.Alot of chances were missed at the Copenhagan Conferance and dont think that this was not noticed by Mother Earth and her Nature beings.
Stormwolf Stormbringer Cloud Watcher aka Janet Scott

lembit said (January 12, 2010):

On the otherhand here’s a completely different (humanist) take on the same, as reviewed by Gilad Atzmon :

Avatar may well be the biggest anti War film of all time. It stands against everything the West is identified with. It is against greed and capitalism, it is against interventionalism, it is against colonialism and imperialism, it is against technological orientation, it is against America and Britain. It puts Wolfowitz, Blair and Bush on trial without even mentioning their names. It enlightens the true meaning of ethics as a dynamic judgmental process rather than fixed moral guidelines (such as the Ten Commandments or the 1948 Human Right Declaration). It throws a very dark light on our murderous tendencies towards other people, their belief and rituals. But it doesn’t just stop there. In the same breath, very much like German Leben philosophers (1), it praises the power of nature and the attempt to bond in harmony with soil, the forest and the wildlife. It advises us all to integrate with our surrounding reality rather than impose ourselves on it. Very much like German Idealists and early Romanticists, it raises questions to do with essence, existence and the absolute. It celebrates the true meaning of life and livelihood.

It is pretty astonishing and cheering to discover Hollywood paving the way to the victorious return of German philosophical thought.

Steve said (January 12, 2010):

Sandu is way off mark taking so many things so literally to take offence so many times.Its just a story.

Anyone notice the movies denunciation of much of our rapacious western predatory lifestyle?Our materialism? Greed etc Powerful message Sandu missed.

I am a Gnosis teacher and praise the story where the Na'vi's organic pigtail USB connects via the sacred tree to God. (Gnosis)

You Earthlings all have the same connection but its internal and still works! (a biochemical switch)

Very rare to see Gnosis in Hollywood pictures. 5 stars for Avatar.

Len said (January 12, 2010):

Hollywood has been geared to acclimatizing people into the paganism of the NWO FOR DECADES NOW. Avatar is one of the major components of that brainwashing.

An excellent review and insights from Deshpal Sandhu.

We are NOT "The Creator." we are, at best, those who can inherit the Divine nature through the grace-gift of Christ. Those who say otherwise are deceived deceivers.

Anita said (January 12, 2010):

Wow! 5 stars out of 5 for finding and printing this review of Avatar by Deshpal Sandhu.

Andrea said (January 12, 2010):

Have YOU seen this film? ! For the film review that you've quoted totally contradicts ALL that SOOOOO MANY awakened, Spiritual, God loving humans FEEL about the film.


Robert said (January 12, 2010):

Once again I can't stop clapping and applauding the article about AVATAR. I haven't seen the movie yet, but Deshpal Sandhu is right in that we are all God as soon as we begin to worship some "thing" as being God, we forget who we are. Then we spiritual into sacrificing etc, and become disconnected from our Creator and the awareness of us all being infinite love within this image we we find ourselves.

I wonder how much more suffering must we go through before the masses wake to this very simple reality of who we are. What we could do and where we could go in a blink of an eye in this infinite Universe pulls heavy on my heart.

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