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Alfred Hitchcock a Freemason -using symbols in THE BIRDS

 
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Alfred Hitchcock a Freemason -using symbols in THE BIRDS
I've noticed him using the symbol of the Plumb Bob in THE BIRDS.

[link to www.about-freemasonry.co.uk]

Dangling in their plumb bob cages they hear the lawyer Rod Taylor morally whacking Tippi Hedron, who is not good enough for him, the film seems to be saying. Hence they stand in judgement and attack her and others around her. Always around her. Each bird attack is made near her.


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Hitchcock gave me a clue here. Two identical dogs like the two identical birds Tippi buys. On a leash. How do keep a bird on a leash? cages. Hence that gave me the clue. I wonder if he always serves this function in his films.


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Who remembers this scene from the film?


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This is a perfect example of the plumb bob. Tippi is SWERVING her car on a bendy road and the birds stay upright. PLUMB. It happens several times, to show it is significant. She is unworthy.


Birds use a kind of plumb bob built in, which they use for navigation.

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"Rod is the center of gravity for the entire film. His performance strikes just the right balance of strength and inner conflict. Too much of one or the other and the whole picture falls apart. His reactions to the birds are what make the terror real and allow us to share it."

-- All commentary above,
courtesy of Ray Cunneff
rodtaylorsite.com/birds.shtml

Centre of gravity IS the plum bob. Pulled by gravity to the centre of the earth. His name ROD describes the taut string of the plumb line.
Coincidental? Who can tell anymore?

Rods are a freemasonic staple...

www.masonicworld.com/education/articles/..._rods_and_staffs.h​tm

"In Britain the Grand High Steward presided over the King's household and carried a white Rod. This may have been the start of the Masonic Rod but it probably came from Ushers in the House of Parliament. One usher carried a black rod and the other a white rod. People would be seated by calling a "black rod" or "white rod" depending on where they wished to be seated.

The first mention of Masonic Rods was in a procession of Grand Lodge in 1724 in which the Grand Stewards carried white rods symbolizing purity and innocence."

So the rod is another plumb bob/line to the masons. Apt then to have ROD Taylor in the role.

The name Tippi describes the failure of balance of the bob. Tipping over. She is the cause of all the horror.

This is revealing about masonic rods...

"In Minnesota, Deacons and Stewards are directed to carry
their rods at an angle of 23.5 degrees from vertical, imitating the
tilt of the earth's axis from the plane of its orbit."

www.innerquest456.org/essays/rods.pdf

So, as I assumed, rods in masonry have a connection to gravity and geography, as the plumb bob/line does. The rods tilt as the love birds do, according to true gravity, as opposed to other forces- such as those created by a swerving car, a symbol of Tippi's overwhelming desire and impetuousness- traits unwanted by the mason.

"Hunter, however, notes three main ways the film differs from his screenplay:
An addition is the scene where Mitch and Melanie leave the children's birthday party and go up into the dunes and discuss Melanie's empty life and her lack of "a mother's love." Hunter recalls:"

rodtaylorsite.com/birds.shtml

So, Hitchcock inserts a scene that specifically criticises Melanie(Tippi Hedron), who is hated by the birds. That's the point. the plumb bob found her wanting. And as long as Rod and Tippi are together, the birds will attack us. Is this a kind of explanation of why animals fear us? attack us? An inbalance in our own human nature?
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock a Freemason -using symbols in THE BIRDS
You're paranoid............but you'll get over it, IF you seek help.5a
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock a Freemason -using symbols in THE BIRDS
Hilarious, OP! lmao
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock a Freemason -using symbols in THE BIRDS
Whta kind of site lets anomymous morons on it?
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock a Freemason -using symbols in THE BIRDS
OP must be onto something with all the insulting replies.

Why would Hitchcock have conceived of such disgusting stories and twisted subplots for his films? Of course the man was wicked. And likely on assignment from his secretive society in making those types of movies.

In "Psycho", Janet Leigh's character is seen standing with a "stuffed" black bird facing directly at her shortly before her demise. An apparent sign that "the Dark forces" were after her. And the twisted conversation between Marion and Norman while she ate....well, not exactly a dialogue that would be concocted by someone rooting for the good guy or gal.

His stories of wanton violence were much too calculated to have just been for innocent entertainment. To be merely provocative? For what purpose? He laid the perverted foundation for the exploitation films that followed, to this day.

Hitchcock a mason? I have no reason to disbelieve it. And he was in fact referred to as.... "SIR" Alfred Hitchcock.
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Re: Alfred Hitchcock a Freemason -using symbols in THE BIRDS
Another nifty little line in Psycho:

Detective Arberghast (sp) walks into a shop staring straight into the camera and soon says "We're always quickest to doubt people with a reputation for being honest".

That's some twisted thinking there.

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