The easiest way to understand how Masons think is to watch Star Wars. Star Wars is a Masonic take on the Watchers told by way of a method known as "the inverted hermeneutic" (lit upside down interpretation).
The prequel trilogy of Star Wars involves Anakin Skywalker, in reality Jesus. He is prophesied to be born. He is miraculously born (the actress playing his mother played Mary the mother of Jesus the same year, no coincidink). He talks to the temple elders as a child. He storms the temple as an adult. He is motivated by love, but in this instance love is portrayed somehow as a flaw. In the main trilogy he takes Luke (Lucifer/Samyaza) up to a high point and tempts him with rulership in an inversion of the Bible. He's also concerned with people's lack of faith. He marries Padme Amidala, who is supposed to be Mary Magdalene or Mary of the Migdal (Migdal being tower in Hebrew). Amygdala comes from Migdal because of it's towerlike structure. Amidala = Amygdala.
The backdrop to the prequels mirrors the 1st Century AD, the rise of an occupying empire. Thinks going to shit when Order 66 is given (66AD the Jewish Wars). The destruction of Masada is portrayed as the destruction of Jeddah in Rogue One.
"I'm retelling old myths from a new perspective" ~ George Lucas
George wasn't lying when he said that. Specifically what he's doing is what's called an "inverted hermeneutic" lit "upside down interpretation". And the story he's retelling upside down is Biblical. Well, more specifically it's more Book of Enoch than the actual Bible, but you get the idea.
Star Wars is a tale of the Yehudi (Jews latinized as Jedi) led by two fallen rebel angels - Semyaza/Shemyaza/Samyaza and Azazel battling against God (the Emperor Palpatine) and an Evil Jesus (Darth Vader).
The prequel trilogy is the story of Jesus (Anakin Skywalker) Like Jesus, he's miraculously born (to an actress who in the same year played Mary in another movie). He talks to temple elders as a kid. He storms the same temple as an adult. He marries Padme Amidala (Jesus is rumoured to have married Mary Magdalene, suspected to be "the disciple whom Jesus loved. Magdalene comes from the Hebrew Migdal, meaning tower, which lends it's name to Amygdala, the towerlike structure in the brain. Amygdala = Amidala). He is motivated by love, in this case cast as a flaw because it's inverted. He is troubled by people's lack of faith. He paraphrases the gospel of Matthew too at one point.
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