Netflix has another, runaway hit on its hands. The MK Ultra, supernatural thriller. set in the 1980’s, “Stranger Things” has taken the alt-research community by storm with plenty of deconstruction get down. From hidden-in-plain-sight, to predictive programming, it’s a treasure trove for crypto-codebreakers. I did a brief breakdown on it on my show on Sunday night (see below) and want to go a bit deeper here. I saw “Stranger Things” as being an occult compliment to another film/media project, “Midnight Special” which just completed a run at the theaters. What I’m going to do, is connect the dots between the two and show how there is an alchemical operation that is taking place between the two with of course some astrology thrown in for good measure.
Let’s set the stage for both.
”Stranger Things” is set in the aforementioned 1980’s where a town in Indiana is experiencing some very strange disappearances. It starts with the abduction of “Will” (note the name), an unusual boy, and the son of Winona Ryder’s character, Joyce Beyers (a lot more about her later). Will’s disappearance triggers the trauma of the brooding, local sheriff, played by David Harbour. Harbour’s character seems to come alive when called upon to investigate Will’s case, awakening from the slumber of grief, he becomes a man possessed, and will do everything in his power to find Will and hopefully spare the enormity of loss another parent will go through. Harbour’s Chief Harper is unabashedly male and heroic, a quality that he shares with two male characters in “Midnight Special.” Its interesting to note that his character is a throwback, not just existing in the 1980’s but further back in the annals of Hollywood. Think Gary Cooper with a slightly psychotic edge.
While Will vanishes, another character emerges. Like a lab animal that’s managed to escape, a shaved headed girl in a medical smock winds up surfacing in a restaurant, wild and hungry for food. We’ll find out later, that her name is “11” and will be called “El” for short. “El” of course is Saturn, short for Elohim, the race of giants that was once thought to roam the Earth, becoming the legendary kings of Agartha. The sons of man mated with the Elohim and created a sub-species of giants. Is “El” the magical daughter of the Elohim, gifted with powers from other times, or is she just another experiment from the twisted mind of Dr. Brenner, her icy handler, perfectly played by Matthew Modine?
Modine’s silver-haired scientist gone bad is portrayed with maniacal perfection, a man without a conscience, driven perhaps by the loss and sacrifice of his own son. There are twisted tales in “Stranger Things,” parents united by loss, tragedy and the web of fate. “Brenner” is high German. This is in likely reference to Operation Paperclip, where the German brain trust was rushed out of Germany before the Nuremberg. And it’s these German scientists and researchers that were linked to MK Ultra, which “Stranger Things” exposes. But Brenner also has another meaning. “Brenner” is also known as “Burner” and Burner is defined as a “distiller of spirits.”
El, is a supernatural force occupying a human body. Brenner has distilled her spirit and when we get into the language of Neptune and Pisces, since Pisces rules all liquids and appellations, which occur in the distilling process, so whether it’s alcohol or the ethers of spiritual manifestation, Pisces is the channel though which it is manifested. In both “Stranger Things” and “Midnight Special” Pisces plays a key role.
So “Eleven” or “11” aka “El” represents duality, the light and the dark. Coincidentally, Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Jane “Eleven” Ives was born on 2/19/01, which makes her 0 degrees Pisces.
Here is what he bio on IMDB says about her.
” Millie Brown was born in Spain, to British parents. They moved to Orlando, Florida in 2011, where Millie went to acting workshops to pass the time on a Saturday, and it was there that a top Hollywood talent scout called and told Millie’s parents that “she has instincts you cannot teach.” She advised Millie’s parents that Millie could “mix it with the best kids in Hollywood.” They packed up and drove from Orlando to Los Angeles, and within a week, Millie was meeting with the town’s top children’s talent agencies. She was offered representation by all the agents that she met. Within three months of being in Hollywood, Millie was offered the role of young Alice in ABC’s Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. In November 2013, after just one self-taped audition, and without meeting the producers/directors, Millie was offered the role of Madison O’Donnell in BBC America’s show, “Intruders.”
Here is what IMDB says about “The Intruders”; “ A TV series centered around a secret society devoted to chasing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others.” Kind of makes you go, hmmmmm.”
Not that I’m suggesting anything, ahem, conspiratorial here, but she’s born in Marbella, Spain to English parents, and then moves to Orlando, Disney central casting for the likes of Brittney, Christina and Miley and within months, the family is off to LA, where she is catapulted into TV and film production without much effort at all, leading to her first feature where she plays Alice, who ventures forth into an alternate reality. Then she plays a young girl in a series about secret societies and spiritual possession. After that, she shows up as a programmed weapon in “Stranger Things.” I’m just speculating a bit here, but these roles seem like type casting in a way that might reveal even more about the life of Millie Bobby Brown and the deeper meaning of “Stranger Things.”
BTW, Marbella, was transferred into the hands of the Spanish on “June 11th 1498.” Yeah, that’s right, “11,” “Gemini,” duality.
She’s befriended by Will’s friends, three boys who are the poster children for the Geek Squad, full on nerds dedicated to Dungeons and Dragons, and ham radios. One of the boys who befriends her and brings into his home is named, “Mark.” Another one of the boys is black and named “Lucas Sinclair.” Lucas is of course “The Light Bringer” and “Sinclair” is the last name of the family that founded Rosslyn chapel in Scotland, usually referenced as the Freemasonic church of the Midlothians, where Freemasonry fled to after the massacre of the Knights Templar. Sinclair (formerly Saint Claire) became a patron of the lodge. Sinclair can also be translated into “The sin that is clear” or “The clarified sin,” or “The pure sin.” Sin is Egyptian for the “Moon.” So Sinclair could also be “clear moon,” or “bright moon” or “full moon.” Look at the poster/graphic for the show and what do we see in the upper, right hand corner?
So now, we have a character whose name is essentially “Light Bringer” and “Clear Sin.” He gets into a skirmish with Mark when “El” uses her powers of levitation on Lucas to help him. Lucas becomes the rebellious one of the group. Ironically, in “Midnight Special” another key character is also named “Lucas” and he too plays a rebel, a cop who helps his friend, “Roy” kidnap Roy’s son from a doomsday cult in “San Angelo,” Texas. More on both Lucas’s or Luki or Loki and these two, amazingly linked show/film, tomorrow.