The Hidden Meaning of “Life”

The Hidden Meaning of “Life”

Today we’ll look at another film that perpetuates the occult concepts of contact with aliens. Only it doesn’t stop at simple “contact”…


This film is about astronauts researching life from Mars. In this case, its given the name “Calvin” and things quickly get out of control in the space lab.

The details of the plot aren’t of great significance so I won’t go into them; however the imagery on the movie poster is interesting in that the font shares a similarity with another alien-warning film…

…called The Cloverfield Paradox (see my article and video on for a breakdown on that one too).

I couldn’t postulate on why they share the similarities other than an “As Above So Below” demonstration of ceremonial magick connecting the microcosm (Earth) with the macrocosm (outer space cosmos)?…

The Martian named Calvin grows out of control and Ryan Reynolds’ character quickly becomes the first host. After his body is used for the evolution and hosting of the alien-demon he dies in a rather peculiar symbolic fashion- as the crucified astronaut.

To me it seems that it references a religious tone which is what all of this is about for the “Illuminati.” They find a higher calling in what they desire- pursuit of alien contact while destroying the Abrahamic religions which they consider to be heretic of THEIR religion.

I wouldn’t be shocked to see Reynolds being used to push this occult attitude since he was previously used in the Deadpool film which was loaded down with occult symbolism.


Beyond the fact that the Martian proves itself far more cunning and dangerous than the humans on board; it carries on the legacy of alien-horror films in that it enters the hosts through the mouth:

We’ve seen this many times in the past- including Lady Gaga’s Coachella video

Lady Gaga and the Coachella Demonic Conception

…and of course there’s an actual sexual element to be had here when we consider the idea of seeding the “Starchild” that we see so often from occultists. They seek to bring about a real life “Rosemary’s Baby” which Jack Parsons and L. Ron Hubbard attempted in the Babalon Workings which led to Parsons meeting Marjorie Cameron (whom he believed to be a result of this experiment).

She would create art that supports this interest as well…

Marjorie Cameron’s art of alien having sex with female

A lot of this also comes about from the dark mind of H.R. Giger who created images from his contact with the Other Side. He created the mouth-invading-sexual-alien named Sil used in Species.

I created an analysis of H.R. Giger that’s DEFINITELY worth a look as well.


He was known for the dark creativity behind Alien which, again, shows us the hosting of the alien through the mouth.

In The Dark Path I talked about the importance of this concept with recent examples of X-Files and the alien impregnation:

One final note on the tenth season of the X-Files I’d like to consider is the predictive programming of the alien impregnation. In My Struggle, we learn that a woman named Sveta and Dana Scully both have extraterrestrial DNA inside of them. Sveta believed she was being abducted by aliens and used to harvest fetuses; a concept I believe is crucial in the world of occultism as we saw from works like Moonchild from Aleister Crowley and in various films such as Prometheus and Alien.

The reason for this is revisited in a later chapter “Transhumanism: The Digital Matrix and New World Religion” where we find out the endgame of the Illuminati agenda:

This idea of evolving mankind with the assistance of alien intelligence has been presented many times. In films like the Alien series it is shown multiple times as a birthing of an alien xenomorph, typically through the “impregnation” of a host which results in the infamous chest-burster sequence.

It is only when we watch Prometheus that we understand the intent of Ridley Scott’s films. This prequel depicts alien gods seeding life on Earth just like the Ancient Astronauts subscribe to with concepts like panspermia. In this film, we find the sterile Christian, Elizabeth Shaw, to become impregnated with a squid-alien. She aborts it and finds out Peter Weyland (the entrepreneur who funded this research vessel) is on board for the purpose of talking to the alien gods to find a path to immortality.

The alien agenda is much darker and more “occult” than most realize. The Illuminati seek to make contact and bring these demons into our world so we need to be careful in our pursuits…

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Website publisher of and top 5% Amazon author of THE DARK PATH; Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infiltration of the entertainment industry. Using examples of familiar pop culture and works of entertainment, Isaac has been speaking and writing about the occult from a unique perspective that seeks to understand the big agenda while helping others along the way.

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Published at Wed, 07 Feb 2018 18:44:17 +0000

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