Hollywood’s latest alien invasion blockbuster ‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ starring Tom Cruise, shows humanity uniting in a global military force against an alien assault, while extraterrestrials and spirituality are demonised. Discover how the movie embeds ideas in the viewer’s psyche conducive to a future false flag alien attack scenario and one-world military agenda.
Storytelling has long been a powerful way of conveying messages. Stories can be retold for thousands of years, helping to shape a society’s values whether for good or ill. Storytelling is so powerful in fact that there’s not much difference for our brains between participating in events and learning of them through stories. Movies are one of the most compelling and immersive forms of storytelling we have, which means they can have a powerful effect on our world-view.
So if you are one of the millions of people who have just seen Edge of Tomorrow, the latest movie starring Tom Cruise, then at some level you have been positioned to view extraterrestrials as evil. You might think that if aliens ever came to earth they would be coming to destroy humanity. While watching the film you may have even felt you were playing an active part in the war against aliens. And to make matters worse, you may have absorbed subtle subconscious cues that linked and associated spirituality with “evil” aliens.