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Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick. Assumptions

 
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After watching this movie, there remains an ambiguous understanding of things, how do you think, did the director have any idea about the evolution of mankind through the intervention of extraterrestrial intelligence? or is it a figment of a sick man's fantasy?
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After watching this movie, there remains an ambiguous understanding of things, how do you think, did the director have any idea about the evolution of mankind through the intervention of extraterrestrial intelligence? or is it a figment of a sick man's fantasy?
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What is a black monolith, which after touch allows to evolve?
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This divided sign of the Sun and the Moon also has some meaning.
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I think he was privy to information that almost everyone else is not, and it was okay because even if he ever disclosed, who would believe him?

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I think he was privy to information that almost everyone else is not, and it was okay because even if he ever disclosed, who would believe him?

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Or is it more a figurative thing?

Kubrick was an insider, there's more than enough proof of that in Eyes Wide Shut, plus that he died 666 days before 2001, which is easy to verify just like all the instances of 666 in my signature.

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Good thing that conspiracy theorists adore 666 as much as they adore Freemasons.
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2 Corinthians 11:13-15 13For such men are false apostles, deceitful workers, masquerading as apostles of Christ. 14And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. 15It is not surprising, then, if his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their actions.…

May the world submit to humble and honest Donald Christ and Rothschild Israel for a Masonic global order of peace and safety.

Elizabeth Christ Trump died 666 days before the release of Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Kubrick died 666 days before 2001/9-11. Donald Christ won the election in 666 + 666 + 666 + 6 + 6 + 6 = 2016, Mason Macron won in May 2017 with 66,06%, Notre Dame collapsed due to fire 666 days after his June victory of the legislative elections.

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Black monolith represents in odyssey slow intelectuall progress but in our time smaller black monolith in form of smartphone is making people dumber.
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Black monolith represents in odyssey slow intelectuall progress but in our time smaller black monolith in form of smartphone is making people dumber.
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Black monolith represents in odyssey slow intelectuall progress but in our time smaller black monolith in form of smartphone is making people dumber.
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interesting combining phones with the monolith

I have loved this movie since the year it came out

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the ape tossing the bone that transmutes into the space station was mind-opening
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What does Kubrick have to do with it. The book is written by Arthur C Clark. Sure Kubrick took some artistic merits with things but the story is by Clarke. How did he come up with lots of things. He wrote about satellites in one of his early fiction pieces and NASA ended up making him an honorary employee or something when they actually went to create them. They could do so because he described how they would work in great detail. Also Kubrick left a ton out of Space Osyssey. He leaves out that mankind becomes like super human and one person that can jump through space and time destroys all the nukes orbiting earth at the end.

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Black monolith represents in odyssey slow intelectuall progress but in our time smaller black monolith in form of smartphone is making people dumber.
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interesting combining phones with the monolith

I have loved this movie since the year it came out

all takes welcome


the ape tossing the bone that transmutes into the space station was mind-opening
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Black monolith represents in odyssey slow intelectuall progress but in our time smaller black monolith in form of smartphone is making people dumber.
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by what power does a monolith affect the minds of creatures? who created it?
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What does Kubrick have to do with it. The book is written by Arthur C Clark. Sure Kubrick took some artistic merits with things but the story is by Clarke. How did he come up with lots of things. He wrote about satellites in one of his early fiction pieces and NASA ended up making him an honorary employee or something when they actually went to create them. They could do so because he described how they would work in great detail. Also Kubrick left a ton out of Space Osyssey. He leaves out that mankind becomes like super human and one person that can jump through space and time destroys all the nukes orbiting earth at the end.
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Thanks for the amendment. Was Clark really an adequate person? where did he get these visions from
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They wrote a book version of the story thatvwas released alongside the Kubrick film. It details the scenes more and gives you inner monologues for characters.

The black screen is how the aliens in the film accelerate man's progress by sending technology back in time to teach man's early form.
In the ape-man sections of the book, the monolith is psychically giving the apes orgasms if they complete tasks or grasp concepts. (Like learning to use tools)
(The "aliens" may just be future humans trying to avoid certain timelines by speeding up their ancestors' progress)



Oh by the way, that other show is called Black Mirror because we're all carrying around Scrying Mirrors in our pockets. (Turn your phone off and look at the screen)
Your tv is one too.
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Black monolith represents in odyssey slow intelectuall progress but in our time smaller black monolith in form of smartphone is making people dumber.
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interesting combining phones with the monolith

I have loved this movie since the year it came out

all takes welcome


the ape tossing the bone that transmutes into the space station was mind-opening
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The very first thing you see in the movie is the monolith, though most people miss it.

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They wrote a book version of the story thatvwas released alongside the Kubrick film. It details the scenes more and gives you inner monologues for characters.

The black screen is how the aliens in the film accelerate man's progress by sending technology back in time to teach man's early form.
In the ape-man sections of the book, the monolith is psychically giving the apes orgasms if they complete tasks or grasp concepts. (Like learning to use tools)
(The "aliens" may just be future humans trying to avoid certain timelines by speeding up their ancestors' progress)



Oh by the way, that other show is called Black Mirror because we're all carrying around Scrying Mirrors in our pockets. (Turn your phone off and look at the screen)
Your tv is one too.
(It's the monolith turned sideways)
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We need to see a black mirror, thanks
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What does Kubrick have to do with it. The book is written by Arthur C Clark. Sure Kubrick took some artistic merits with things but the story is by Clarke. How did he come up with lots of things. He wrote about satellites in one of his early fiction pieces and NASA ended up making him an honorary employee or something when they actually went to create them. They could do so because he described how they would work in great detail. Also Kubrick left a ton out of Space Osyssey. He leaves out that mankind becomes like super human and one person that can jump through space and time destroys all the nukes orbiting earth at the end.
 Quoting: Geraldgar


Thanks for the amendment. Was Clark really an adequate person? where did he get these visions from
 Quoting: nerolex


This paragraph right here says it all.... from his obituary. Read it and you will understand.

"
Arthur C. Clarke died, on Tuesday, of breathing difficulties and heart failure. He was 90. His life was one of intellectual adventure - of imagining the world as it was not yet, but just might be - and penning his imagined worlds in clear, well-written prose. He was also something very rare: a billionaire who could have been, but wasn't. Why was this so? Well, because in 1945 he published an article detailing his vision for geostationary telecommunications satellites, filled with the requisite equations to show that it would work and how. In not patenting his idea (he had sought advice from a lawyer who had dismissed the whole thing as too far-fetched), he lost out on royalties for the global telecoms revolution that began in the sixties. Had he patented his thoughts, Arthur C. Clarke would have become a billionaire."

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They wrote a book version of the story thatvwas released alongside the Kubrick film. It details the scenes more and gives you inner monologues for characters.

The black screen is how the aliens in the film accelerate man's progress by sending technology back in time to teach man's early form.
In the ape-man sections of the book, the monolith is psychically giving the apes orgasms if they complete tasks or grasp concepts. (Like learning to use tools)
(The "aliens" may just be future humans trying to avoid certain timelines by speeding up their ancestors' progress)



Oh by the way, that other show is called Black Mirror because we're all carrying around Scrying Mirrors in our pockets. (Turn your phone off and look at the screen)
Your tv is one too.
(It's the monolith turned sideways)
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We need to see a black mirror, thanks
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They didn't write book versions alongside the film. The book versions were first and then they made films after them.
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After watching this movie, there remains an ambiguous understanding of things, how do you think, did the director have any idea about the evolution of mankind through the intervention of extraterrestrial intelligence? or is it a figment of a sick man's fantasy?
bonghit
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Its the standard theme of pagans who cant accept that we are accountable to God. But evolution from a tadpole does not seem to work so they create an Alien presence who seeded our planet and guided it along. It combines accelerated evolution and still avoids the God issue. Perfect!
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They wrote a book version of the story thatvwas released alongside the Kubrick film. It details the scenes more and gives you inner monologues for characters.

The black screen is how the aliens in the film accelerate man's progress by sending technology back in time to teach man's early form.
In the ape-man sections of the book, the monolith is psychically giving the apes orgasms if they complete tasks or grasp concepts. (Like learning to use tools)
(The "aliens" may just be future humans trying to avoid certain timelines by speeding up their ancestors' progress)



Oh by the way, that other show is called Black Mirror because we're all carrying around Scrying Mirrors in our pockets. (Turn your phone off and look at the screen)
Your tv is one too.
(It's the monolith turned sideways)
 Quoting: Anomalous Coward 77545027


We need to see a black mirror, thanks
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By the way in both the movie and the book. Arthur C Clark notes the similarity and also discusses tablets that people have in the 60s when the book was released. Tablets just like IPAD nearly identical, and they are thought to be connected to the monolith that the monkeys learned from. So this isn't a new idea that was thought of here it is also described in detail in the books themselves.
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After watching this movie, there remains an ambiguous understanding of things, how do you think, did the director have any idea about the evolution of mankind through the intervention of extraterrestrial intelligence? or is it a figment of a sick man's fantasy?
bonghit
 Quoting: nerolex


Its the standard theme of pagans who cant accept that we are accountable to God. But evolution from a tadpole does not seem to work so they create an Alien presence who seeded our planet and guided it along. It combines accelerated evolution and still avoids the God issue. Perfect!
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Actually it directly addresses the God issue that is the point, but you are too shallow to understand that.