Sean McCann returns to offer further insights into hidden themes and sub-plots encoded into the movies of the most fascinating film-maker of them all, Stanley Kubrick.
In particular, he focuses on ‘Lolita,’ from 1962, and Kubrick’s final film, 1999’s ‘Eyes Wide Shut,’ suggesting that both carry subtle references to the ‘elite’ ruling class’s predilection towards paedophilia, and the subjects of satanic ritual abuse and trauma-based mind control.
These references provide further hints that Stanley moved in such social circles as to have knowledge of such things, and had left behind the clues to be interpreted only at a time when the rest of society was ready to start understanding their message.
Kubrick’s 1962 movie of ‘Lolita’ can be viewed for free here:
British researcher Rob Ager’s extensive analysis of the hidden content in Kubrick’s work is available here:
Details of the Seed4: Growth event happening in Ohio in May 2020, at which Sean McCann, Mark Devlin and Mark Passio will all be speaking, are here: