When kids sit down to watch Dreamwork’s retelling of the biblical story Joseph, their parents believe they are getting a wholesome hour and a half of entertainment. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, this rendition of the story uses symbols to indoctrinate its viewers into the New World Order’s Mystery Occult Religion. A cartoon that takes place in Egypt is a giant playground for the Illuminati’s Satanic symbolism that goes back to Nimrod, his wife Semiramus and their son Tammuz in Ancient Babylon. Therefore, there is nothing new about the New World Order. It is really the Old World Order and Satan has been working to bring it back for a long time, since God destroyed the city, scattered its people and mixed up our languages. The religion did not disappear, it spread out into the world with its scattered peoples and is the basis of all false religions.
Joseph’s jealous brothers sold him into slavery because he was favored by their father and God gave him the ability to interpret dreams. In Egypt he works as a house slave but is put in prison for “assaulting” his master’s wife. Because he is able to interpret the Pharoh’s dream, he is released and becomes second in command to the Pharoah. During a famine, his brothers come to Egypt where they don’t recognize Joseph at first, but eventually there is confrontation and forgiveness.
The Occult Mystery Religion – A Quick Hisory
Nimrod was the first King of Babylon and a descendant of Noah. Through Nimrod and his wife, Semiramus, Lucifer was once again able to lead mankind astray by turning their worship to him through the use of the King and Queen. Nimrod became the Sun God (masculine), also known as Marduk, and Semiramus became the Moon Goddess (feminine), also known as Asherah. Nimrod is also known as a bull and that is where the idol worship of bulls and golden calfs comes from that we read about in the Old Testament. This is also where we get the idea that the devil has horns. The Queen eventually killed the King because she was pregnant with someone else’s child and Nimrod didn’t like that at all. After Nimrod’s death, she claimed that the child was immaculatley concieved and was the reincarnation of Nimrod. She then began referring to herself as “The Queen of Heaven” and “The Mother of God”, making her son, Tammuz, the first false messaish, the first antichrist. In Egypt, Nimrod is known as Osiris, Semiramus is known as Isis and Tammuz is known as Horus. Other God’s were created as different parts of the original Sun God and Mood Goddesses personalities and these names changed from country to country and overtime. All Gods and Goddesses derive from this dysfunctional Babylonian first family and that is why we often see Gods humanized in pagan societies. They have families, they eat, they drink and they kill each other. They also directly intervene in human’s lives.
Sun and Bull Worship
Let’s take a look at some of the examples of sun worship in the movie.
The Eye of Horus
Another reference to Lucifer that we find embedded in pop culture is The Eye of Horus, aka the all seeing eye. In ancient Babylon, the all seeing eye was said to rest atop the tower of Babel (which was actually a ziggurat/pyramid) controlling the masses through its occult religion. Here are some references to The Eye of Horus in the movie.
This represents Horus (Tammuz) turning himself into a winged sundisk to defeat the God Ra.
The Unholy Trinity
Lucifer is referred to as The Morning Star as seen in Isaiah 14:12
Therefore he is often depicted as the star Sirius, since it can still be seen by the naked eye in the morning light. The following photos represent the unholy trinity of Nimrod (sun god), Semiramus (moon goddess) and Lucifer.
Monarch Mind Control
And of course there is reference to eugenics and Monarch Mind Control early on in the movie with a whole bunch of Monarch butterflies.
Other anti-Christian/Jewish references in the film.
After Joseph is thrown in prison, he shakes his fist and yells at God asking why God did this to him. Then the sun gives Joseph hope and we see the tree of knowledge from the Garden of Eden emerge.
After examining the symbols used in the movie, it is clear that the message being conveyed is anything but Christian. And Dreamworks boasts the following: