Alita: Battle Angel – Movie Review – Predictive Programming and Metaphors Galore

by EzekielDiet.com
Posted on Feb 25, 2019

I recently went to see Alita: Battle Angel the movie. It was a good movie full of impressive CGI interacting with live actors. Immediately I started seeing possible predictive programming and metaphors.  Here are some of my thoughts about this movie without spoiling the end.

The picture to the right with Alita’s sword held high (I believe) is a metaphor for Satan in defiance to God and the battle to come. You’re left at the end of the movie knowing that a battle is coming. Expect a sequel(s).

The movie may be just more predictive programming debuting this technology to this generation of children and teens in a gaming-CGI-predictive-programming-visual-extravaganza of metaphors.  God help us.

Alita (Ah-lee-tah) is a common name in Spain. Derived from the latin “elite,” meaning special. A variation of the name is Elita, (EE-lee-tah) or (El-lee-tah). The English meaning is “Winged”. … Diminutive of the Spanish name “Adelita” which is from “Adela” (Old German) and “Alida” (Latin).

Film Trailer summary of the movie:

From visionary filmmakers James Cameron (AVATAR) and Robert Rodriguez (SIN CITY), comes ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL, an epic adventure of hope and empowerment. When Alita (Rosa Salazar) awakens with no memory of who she is in a future world she does not recognize, she is taken in by Ido (Christoph Waltz), a compassionate doctor who realizes that somewhere in this abandoned cyborg shell is the heart and soul of a young woman with an extraordinary past. As Alita learns to navigate her new life and the treacherous streets of Iron City, Ido tries to shield her from her mysterious history while her street-smart new friend Hugo (Keean Johnson) offers instead to help trigger her memories. But it is only when the deadly and corrupt forces that run the city come after Alita that she discovers a clue to her past – she has unique fighting abilities that those in power will stop at nothing to control. If she can stay out of their grasp, she could be the key to saving her friends, her family and the world she’s grown to love.

Let’s start with the Alita character

Alita seems to be a metaphor for the Sacred Feminine.  The character adds more fuel to the feminist movement and the rift between the sexes.  She is definitely the “unification of masculine and feminine principles”.

The Sacred Feminine is a false doctrine (I believe) that teaches that “God” ultimately is neither anthropomorphically male or female but a Divine Essence (Goddessence) beyond form and duality – an essence that is in balance and unification of masculine and feminine principles – a dynamic interdependent “Immanence” that pervades all life. The Asian Yin Yang icon is a good representation of this idea.

This is what’s behind all the deception in Hollywood blurring the line between male and female. Male to Female and Female to Male transgenders are more pervasive in Hollywood and political characters than most people would ever accept or believe. Just studying hand and body characteristics of most male and female movie stars and politicians reveals a hidden transgender parade of MTF and FTM human beings right under our noses.

It’s no wonder we have a generation of guys attracted to guys. And women to women. It’s a very subtle form of deception.

Question: “What is the sacred feminine?”

Answer: The “sacred feminine” is a false religious movement that emphasizes femininity as being closer to divinity than masculinity. Those of the sacred feminine tradition worship feminine beauty and the power of sexual reproduction. The sacred feminine assumes that women, through the ability to bear children, are more “sacred” than men. Men can only experience the sacred feminine, spiritually, through sexual intercourse. Advocates of the sacred feminine viewpoint range from pseudo-Christians to radical feminists, goddess worshippers, and Wicca witches. Hints of the sacred feminine viewpoint can be seen in the Bible with the examples of ritual prostitution (Genesis 38:21-22; Hosea 4:14) and goddess worship (Jeremiah 44:17-25; 2 Kings 23:7). Other examples can be seen in the Easter fertility rituals and some aspects of Mariology.

In The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown repeatedly points to “the sacred feminine.” His unfounded and baseless theory is that Jesus’ mission was to father children through Mary Magdalene, thereby producing a “royal” bloodline. According to Brown, Mary Magdalene was the “holy grail” that carried Jesus’ blood, and Mary Magdalene was Jesus’ intended leader of the Christian church. It was the patriarchal disciples and early church that “demoted” Mary, denied the sacred feminine, and instituted a patriarchal caricature of Jesus’ intention for Christianity.

Neither Dan Brown’s imaginations nor the sacred feminine has any basis in the Bible. Jesus chose 12 male disciples, hardly the move of a man seeking to establish the sacred feminine. The New Testament is replete with examples of male leadership in the church (1 Timothy 2:11-14). Biblical Christianity has lifted women to equality and oneness in the Body of Christ (Galatians 3:28), while maintaining a distinction in roles. Yes, a woman receives glory through childbirth (1 Timothy 2:15), but the role and value of women is no more (or less) sacred than that of men. The “sacred feminine” is not sacred, nor does it accurately represent what the Bible describes as true femininity.

Alita is Satan?

So we’ve established that Alita is a New Age repackaged metaphorical character representing the Sacred Feminine Divine Essence (Goddessence).  Is this just a new way to repackage Satan worship for kids and teens? Or ease them into Sacred Feminine religious institutions like the Catholic Church, radical feminist positions or maybe Wicca witchcraft.  Jesus told us Satan comes to kill, steal and destroy.  This movie is a CGI extravaganza of death, theft and destruction. That’s what awaits these followers.

If you haven’t figured it out already. Alita is essentially Satan who fell from Tiphares (Heaven) to earth. One of Alita’s lines in the movie I thought was very apropo. Speaking to the villian Vector Alita says, “You’ve made the biggest mistake of your life.” What’s that Vector asks just before she kills him. “Underestimating who I am.”   Don’t underestimate what this movie means.

Alita Battle Angel is a metaphorical story about Satan and his demon angels (Book of Enoch) falling to earth; their battle to rule earth and eventually try to overtake heaven. The Bible says they lose.

The “Angel” doing “Battle” or “Battle Angel” is Satan himself repackaged as the cute New Age Sacred Feminine Super Hero named Alita.

Dr. Ido represents the Fallen Angels and their Technology

Here’s my take on Dr. Dyson Ido, the cyberphysician responsible for pulling Alita back together from a head/chest scrap of an andriod. The scrap head had a human brain and nuclear heart. The nuclear heart kept her human brain alive in the dump.

This may be the next big thing in medicine. Fitting your head onto a cyborg body much better than the human body today so you can attain immortality without accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior.

The Cyberphysician may be next Plastic Surgeon type doctor. Everyone will eventually be “enhanced” is the message.

With this new technology comes spare part thieves who abduct cyborgs and strip them like a stolen car for parts leaving their head and chest stranded useless.

Dr. Ido comments he fell from Tiphares, the city in the sky and chose to come down to “earth” and use his knowledge to help mankind.

I believe Tiphares the floating city is a metaphor for heaven.

Dr. Ido is a metaphor for the fallen angels. The movie portrays the doctor with a slight German accent and Aryan look that brings to mind all the Nazi Paperclip scientists brought to America after WWII. The ones that collaborated with dimensional demons for cutting edge rocket and the beginnings of flying saucer technology in Germany during WWII. The same Germans that brought us NASA and space, rockets that work in a vacuum, tinfoil thin lunar landers that don’t collapse in a vacuum, and the romance of space travel through the media.  There’s a reason for all this.

From Wipedia:

Christoph Waltz plays Dr. Dyson Ido. He is a cybernetics physician (cyberphysician), a doctor who specializes in operations on cyborgs who lives in The Scrapyard. He is responsible for restoring Alita after finding her in the Tiphares dump heap, a massive pile of garbage ejected from Tiphares. Ido also has a second line of work as a hunter-warrior. He is a former citizen of Tiphares, the great floating city suspended over The Scrapyard, as is indicated by the mark on his forehead, and is the first Tipharean introduced. After being expelled from Tiphares for unknown reasons, Ido trained as a cyberphysician and – five years before the main story starts – opened his own clinic.

Ido considers Alita to be like a daughter to him and their relationship progresses through several stages as Alita grows mentally and emotionally. As Ido wanted Alita to remain pure and unsullied, he is originally opposed to her becoming a hunter-warrior, but accepts her decision. He later accepts her decisions to play motorball and “leave the nest” after retiring from motorball. Ido is later nearly driven to madness and erases his own memory after learning the secret of Tiphares. Dyson Ido has no active role in Battle Angel Alita: Last Order besides appearing in Alita’s thoughts, that is until the Alita Quest arc.

Nova is God?

Here’s my take on the Nova character in Alita Battle Angel. The character is referenced only a few times and takes over an occasional cyborg or human on earth to communicate a message. Like a demon spirit that inhabits and speaks through someone.

Nova is a metaphor for the true God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Even though He is portrayed in the movie as a villain, the metaphor is clear. Here we get to see what the original author thinks of the Christian God.   They portray God/Jesus like this picture, while Satan is a cute Kung Fu panda teenage girl.

Here’s a snippet from: https://screenrant.com/alita-movie-villain-nova-edward-norton-explained/ But beware – spoiler alert if you read the whole article.

Nova is one of the privileged individuals to still live in Tiphares and he has become one of the city’s most powerful people. He is a scientist on the floating city and has control of who can and cannot make it up there. The only true way to make it to Tiphares is by becoming the motorball champion in Iron City, but he has also passed on word through Vector that harvesting of body parts – whether they are human or cyborg – could also get the job done.

This movie is a very clever take on Good verses Evil.

Sources:

WikiPedia for character descriptions:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Battle_Angel_Alita_characters

What is the Sacred Feminine:  https://www.gotquestions.org/sacred-feminine.html

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