Alien (1979) – The Deeper Meaning You Missed – Jay Dyer

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By: Jay Dyer

Alien was a revolutionary film in many ways, and arguably the first nihilistic, anti-human science fiction series with a darkly occultic undertow.  While 2001 may have been an alchemical odyssey, Alien’s worldview is far more self-conscious with its H.R. Giger-designed concept art.  Giger, and his Crowleyan-influenced artwork.  The use of Giger’s art shows the “aliens” are really demons, as Giger frequently features dead babies, sacrifices, ritual sex with demons, baphomet, etc., in his art.  

Alien Director Ridley Scott also seems to share the belief and fascination with “aliens” many of the occultists do, who believe their ceremonies and ritual magick are contacting “aliens.”  The absurdity of this is that for all these people’s’ hatred of the Bible and the Orthodox Tradition, they end up vindicating our confession as these entities and their “messages” are…

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