The Chase Bank Logo has been argued by occult analysts of symbology to resemble the Swastika. The center square is a Freemason occult geometric shape. Based on my ongoing study of ancient civilizations including pyramids and the relevance of them to corporate interests, I had remembered one particular episode of Gilligan’s Island titled “The Secret of Gilligan’s Island” (season 3, episode 25). My use of what I refer to as Hollywood “tells” seems to never fail me with solving the mystery of secret society codes. I had felt there was more to the secret of Gilligan’s Island in which invariably the answer is quite simple. The secret lies beneath the apparent story told in its script. It had to do with a double sided image on a stone tablet. This is the Sumerian reference.
Science delivered the illusion of fear and hope
“Well Skipper I happen to know a little about hieroglyphics and spent two years on an archaeological expedition in Egypt.” – Professor
The problem was to find what the illusion actually represents. I had to remove the memory imprint that it is a swastika proclaimed by conspiracy theorists by viewing the object objectively. I reflected back to what I had seen on television and in film because there is a magician, priest or scientist in every occult media delivery.
Russell Johnson’s role was to represent the secret society cult religion rooted in false science. Of the seven castaways, The Professor was the most trusted ‘figurehead’ who called all the shots, kept them under control and forever cordoned off from reality through use of illusions.
I recalled its correlation on the tablet Gilligan had chiseled an image on a stone tablet intended to convince cave people to migrate to a ‘place of paradise’. I had covered occult messages of Generation X and in fact that very episode of Gilligan’s Island. Regarding the show’s themes and methodology, it is embedded within Gilligan’s dreams during his sleep that NWO doctrines were presented in encrypted as a schematic. In his dream the castaways lived as cave dwellers, an object of primary focus had an element similar to the Chase logo in which one of four lines is angled from a square broken piece of a slab stone. It represented something more valuable to the interests of corporate banking than a reference to the Third Reich although it is deeply affiliated. Having seen this with the on the broken pieces of the tablet once glued back together and the fact that Gilligan had drawn three pyramids, I knew it could be one thing – Khufu.
Chase’s logo is eight sided, so how is the logo similar?
The Professor played a television version of “Indiana Jones”. His character was designed to be the hero of the castaway collective. While the skipper played the role of security and the “police state” and Gilligan representing the dumbed down society, it was the Professor who made the ultimate decisions to which they all depended for survival. He administered the mental psyops to both the viewer and characters alike in which for every episode, he illustrated ‘facts’ that resulted in fear. He then presented the resolve which would pacify the collective as well as satisfy the viewer. He claimed responsibility for his misjudgements in science, however, was invariably redeemed in part with the fact that Gilligan (the people) was mostly to blame while the others were just as guilty by proxy.
The logo Chase Bank adopted as their symbol represents the great Giza Plateau pyramid Khufu. It is the largest of the three pyramids that align precisely with the belt stars of ORION and happens to be the only one that is eight sided. Because of this, the Chase logo represents the sides as an octagon although the great pyramid’s four obvious sides are concave two paneled faces.
The outer mantle was covered with highly polished limestone casing blocks to an accuracy of 1/100th of an inch. The ancient Egyptians gave Khufu the name Ikhet meaning glorious light.
The Chase Bank logo’s four lines extend out at angles which match the same angle from the square interior as crease lines of two sided faces of the panels. I have drawn the missing lines that show the obvious edges of the pyramid form.
The Secret is an Anunnaki Temple – Khufu
The prop maker on the set design staff had to follow a pattern predicated by upper decision management. Because the episode’s subtle theme dealt with a mystery, “The Secret” is stated on the tablet itself, but never addressed in the script. It happens that Gilligan chiseled his design portraying three pyramids which do not exist on the island – let alone a visible mountain or volcano.
The tablet shows one of four edges of the broken piece ‘design’ as a perfect angle from the center. It is as if it would come to a point. What we are shown is a pyramid in plan view of a flat topped structure absent the capstone.
The jigsaw cuts were most likely deliberately arranged to obscure the architectural configuration, however, it is obvious a stone tablet will not be likely to result with a perfect square shaped center piece. For the effect of realism, the foam’s edges were hand broken along the seams. (images are linked to a short video demo)
Why on Gilligan’s Island? After all, it is only entertainment
This brief screen shot shows the island paradise before the tablet is broken by the chief Thurston Howell, played by Jim Backus (below). The back side always faces the viewer, however, the drawing is shown only for a few frames. On close observation, there are specifically three geometrically shaped ‘mountains’. These most likely represent the three great pyramids of Egypt. The probable reason the seams are darkened and that the paradise scene not shown not only shows that the tablet is repaired, but for what they represent as an imprint emulating all the characteristics of pyramids woven throughout entertainment media.
An owl named X
On the contrary. Gilligan’s Island was a clever vehicle for underlying messages. It was a way to introduce the reverse of American ideals in which our parents of the Boomers generation and before understood the principles America was built upon. The media psyops was designed to negate the goal of severance from tyranny. It was the method to indoctrinate Boomer offspring beginning in approximately 1962 in order to imprint a set of principles in which case with Gilligan’s Island – imprisonment within the US borders. These would become the ideals established for the common people under a New World Order construct where freedom is futile.
Generation X was then born. This crossover in television was accompanied by companion programs which included Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie and many more. Surprisingly, Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood (article) was singularly the most powerful of them all for the reason it’s primary goal was to groom “GenX” as slave laborers and introduce the idea that European Aristocracy was back in vogue. The series was aimed primarily at preschool ages 2 to 5 beginning in 1963 with it’s origins nine years previously in which the characters ‘King Friday the 13th’ and ‘X the Owl’ were already created.
Egyptians required slave labor – GenX TV promoted factory work.
Characters portrayed in “Neighborhood of Make Believe” is designed to augment belief systems. X the owl represents MOLEK
Not surprising is the initial installment of the set for Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. Transportation to “Neighborhood of Make Believe” uses the iconic railroad system with the Nazi Germany’s logistics that has not changed in 70 years by which human lives are destined to their fate. He often discussed what was going to happen in Make-Believe before the next fantasy segment was shown “Let’s pretend that Prince Tuesday has been having scary dreams…” Imprisonment or death is the reality. All that has changed is the tern concentration camp to FEMA quarantine facility. They were “made to believe” that they were being taken to a safe haven just as GenX took those field trips for indoctrination by grooming pre-American ideals. How is this related to the premise of Gilligan’s Island? Life of confinement under the condition of hope.
Each episode of Gilligan’s Island had a separate element of the NWO paradigm agenda. The Secret of Gilligan’s Island involved a derailment of the Sumerian tablet inscription observations made initially by a Soviet born American researcher, Zecharia Sitchin, who first decoded the tablets that tell the story of ancient off world beings. This was information considered esoteric by the powers driving the disinformation protocols in which damage control campaigns to distort these efforts were initiated. The purpose of the character played by Russell Johnson “Professor” was to re-educate children as to the official away from the alternative record by presenting outcomes using fiction in after school programs. This was an effective way to discredit occurring research at the time by experts attempting to decode ancient written languages that revealed a possible alternative ancient historical record. A companion article describing the correlation between pyramids and volcanoes can be found here: Virgin Sacrifices involved euphoria mushrooms
Excerpted and updated from Gilligan’s Island “NWO Blueprint