The Wachowskis' Matrix Trilogy
Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner explore the Matrix movies an analogy for the world we live in today as many people sleepwalk their way through life with only a few awakening to an entirely different perspective. Just like our hero Neo, once awakened, you will see the Matrix of our mainstream reality for what it really is.
Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner explore the nightmarish world of the Terminator movies as a projection of DARPA engineers who foresaw the potential dangers of self-aware advanced A.I.
The revolutionary filmmaking that went into Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey encapsulates the totality of humanity’s experience, in one film. Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner analyze the occult imagery emblazoned throughout this classic film as we are presented with a tale of humanity’s transformation.
Cameron's Titanic & Avatar
Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner draw a connection between The Titanic and Avatar movies by James Cameron, as an unfolding cautionary tale of rampant industrialism. As the clash of world’s and ages ensues, we learn of the dangers of technology and we are shown the way out of the collapse of our own civilization.
Nolan's Batman Begins
In many ways, Bruce Wayne’s rise as the dark knight is like the ascendance of Gautama Siddhartha as Buddha. As the archetype of Buddha brought peace through enlightenment, the archetype of the bat brought peace through fear.
Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner explore the multiple layers of corruption as depicted in the film Chinatown which are present throughout the strata of our society. This film presents a brutal honesty of the world in the 19030s and the rampant corruption of the power elite who believe they can do whatever they want.
Ridley Scott's Blade Runner
Ridley Scott revives film noir into the sci fi genre, with Blade Runner, bringing us a tale of technocratic dominance vs. transhumanism. Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner unveil of a world where corporate globalism has run rampant, giving rise to a synthetic dystopia.
Spielberg's Minority Report and A.I.
With Minority Report and A.I., Stephen Spielberg presents two visions of the future of techno-consciousness. Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner analyze the augmentation of consciousness through technology as self-awakening awareness and psychic surveillance.
Chris Carter's The X-Files
Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner explore the archetypal characters and reality of conspiracy theories embedded within the X-Files T.V. series which gave government organizations plausible deniability as secret programs were revealed through “fictional” tales.
Jackson's Lord of the Rings Trilogy Part 1
From the mind of JRR Tolkien, we feel his lamentation for dawning of the industrial age which he envisioned as a destructive force and symbolized with the One Ring. Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner explain that this tale is far more complex than the simple allegory of good versus evil.
Jackson's Lord of the Rings Trilogy Part 2
The Hobbits’ expedition teaches us that simplicity and humility can overcome the daunting forces of darkness. Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner help us come to understand, that which presents itself as good and evil are not all that they seem to be and the true power to change the world resides within the smallest of forces.
In Christopher Nolan’s Inception, he ponders what would happen should someone create their own reality, lost within the dream-world of another’s mind. These explorations show us the interplay between the waking world and the dream-state which creates the illusions we call, reality.
In Christopher Nolan’s, Interstellar, love, like gravity, reaches across spacetime and dimensions bringing hope to a new age of humanity. Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner reveal a world on the brink of extinction due to an unstoppable blight, reaching out to the cosmos in last desperate bid for survival.
Lucas's Star Wars Trilogy
In the Star Wars trilogy, several paradigms of mystical teachings converged in what would become the most influential movie franchise in history. Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner examine the characters who portray Jungian archetypes amid layers of Hermetic thought mixed Kabbalistic teachings.
The Last Mimzy and 9
With The Last Mimzy and 9, each tale as an esoteric allegory influenced by Paracelsus, Platonism and Gnosticism. We discover the dangers of technology and A.I. run rampant, while the power of awakened consciousness and the recovery of the soul can revitalize life on our planet.
Roddenberry's Star Trek
Jay Dyer and Jay Weidner explore the idyllic technological and social utopia of Star Trek, which may have served as the original medium for slow disclosure of the secret space program. A theme which continued throughout the series and reached a crescendo with the Next Generation episode, The Chase.
Lynch's Twin Peaks
Occult philosophies from Tibetan Buddhism, Gnostic Myth converge in the mirrored world of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. Before The X-Files, Twin Peaks served as a vehicle for slow disclosure, while portraying a satirical view of modern life in microcosm.
Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut
Jay Dyer and Jay Weider explore the subtle symbolism hidden throughout Eyes Wide Shut, which reveal the secret machinations of the power elite. As we examine the intricate details of this movie, we see the lengths that an occult-based power elite will go to maintain their control over the wheels of our society.
Nolan's Batman Saga Concludes
Christopher Nolan resolves his Batman trilogy as the Dark Knight rises from his own darkness and the people finally take a stand against the fear-based tyranny enveloping Gotham. We see this played out with the duality of personalities and dialectic tensions woven throughout the franchise.