Guardian’s Of The Galaxy 3 Occult Symbolism Breakdown

Guardian’s Of The Galaxy 3 Occult Transcribed

Guardian’s Of The Galaxy 3 Occult Symbolism Breakdown. This is the third installment of the Guardians of the Galaxy series, which focuses on the semi-evolved, highly intelligent Rocket Raccoon and his ties to the High Evolutionary. The High Evolutionary is portrayed by a Nigerian-British actor. Recently, Disney has been introducing a lot of melanated, darker end-game threats, such as Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’s Kang the Conqueror. So, this black guy is the High Evolutionary. Before Josh Brolin was cast as Thanos, he was portrayed by Damion Poitier. I find it interesting that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has melaninated god-like entities; their comic book counterparts look very different. Going back to Rocket Raccoon, he is an animal that was horribly experimented on. NPCs were talking about this movie being dark, but I’d say it was more traumatic. Rocket Raccoon and his friends lived in cages and were only part of an experiment, much like the ghetto. For some reason, this reminded me of the Guardians of the Galaxy in the projects, particularly the Rocket vs. the guards shootout scene where he lost all his friends. Dysfunctionality is the flavor of the decade.

Adam Warlock, the character who should have appeared in Infinity War, finally makes an appearance in this film. He has a golden complexion and a stone in his forehead, which could be a lost Infinity Stone or the Philosopher’s Stone. Adam is young and shares some traits with Vision. While doing some investigation, I came across this for Adam Warlock.

The guardians, dressed in chakra-colored space suits, invaded the living spaceship to get coded information that could save Rocket’s life. The scene where they removed the code and started Rocket’s heart back was reminiscent of The Matrix. Living the type of life that Rocket had, seeing all his friends in the afterlife and coming back from an eternal bliss to this never-ending hellscape is rough.

Next, we’re going to talk about the New Earth, where the High Evolutionary keeps the experimental beast-men – evolved animals with all aggression and rage removed. Rocket and his friends were the first experiment to give intelligence to lower life forms.The Beast Men were the next step. The whole planet was similar to the Island of Dr. Moreau; as a side note, the High Evolutionary was referred to as God on multiple occasions in this movie. The character even quotes that God does not exist, and that is why he had to step in; however, he never created anything out of nothing; all he did was manipulate things that already existed. The evolutionary didn’t even solve the equation to his docile beast men experiment.This is why the High Evolutionary valued Rocket, as he wanted to capture and study his brain. The High Evolutionary definitely gives off a Silicon Valley vibe of a rich guy who modified his body to become a transhumanist with a face stretched out like Robocop over a metallic frame. The Guardians of the Galaxy showed up and the evolutionary ship pulled out of the planet, causing it to explode. He had been foreshadowing his desire to destroy those creatures and start over. The method used to destroy the planet was not a flood or a meteor, but rather what can be assumed to be the volcanic eruptions of the New Earth’s core. The race that the evolutionary wanted to start over with could easily be defined as designer gene-edited children, designed to be perfect. Skipping ahead, the Guardians of the Galaxy fight the High Evolutionary and Gamora, the black woman, delivers the seemingly final blow to the black man. The message is there for you to interpret as you will. Since it is close to the end of the film, the evolutionary’s ship is barely intact. The Guardians of the Galaxy save the children that the High Evolutionary made, but they also collected the animals that were on his ship, hinting at Noah’s Ark. Guardians of the Galaxy If you don’t know what you’re looking at, it could be angels of the galaxy at one scene in the movie, “The Tree of Life,” Groot grew wings.

The MCU talks about their lack of God and making mockery of the truth. But for those who have a discerning eye and knowledge of what to look out for, this movie was very telling. Those who can see in the dark, like Vin Diesel’s character from Pitch Black, can discern the truth.I was drawn to the correlation of Groot being a tree of life. I’m not going to get into the good and evil aspect, but just the tree of life. What message or hints did you get from the movie? What did I miss? Leave your thoughts, comments, and opinions down below. If you like our content, you should head over to for insightful movie analyses. Don’t forget to come back soon for the next breakdown!

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