Hollywood Addicted To Vampires. Why? Asks Jason.

Hi Tap,

I’m writing a research paper on media conditioning


TAP – Edward from Twilight. (I’m no movie buff).  Such very nice caring vampires too.

I’m struck by the current amount of vampire promotion in the media and am curious as to what Hollywood’s potential motive could be. 


It’s been suggested to me that it is to condition the masses that a power exists that is beyond their control, essentially subliminally suggesting resistance is futile…sound familiar? Any suggestions from you or the tap community would be greatly appreciated. Cheers!


Jason

Russell Sprout adds –

I think it’s about the promotion of the occult and witchcraft, making it attractive and normal. Look at how the Harry Potter films and books have done the same. Male and female roles are also exemplified for us, i.e. this is how you are expected to behave, this value system and the attitudes of the characters is the norm.

Another good example is Friends, think how powerful that was in shaping the value system and the attitudes of young viewers. Maybe the best example is Sex in the City – promotion of extreme female emancipation, women behaving just like the worst examples of men, sexism in reverse and being celebrated, laddettes, women rejecting family, putting their careers first – the message is that’s all you need to be happy, girls – babies are for chavs and a wife is nothing more then a slave. Women are completely taken in, of course – until they hit mid-30’s and realise they hate their jobs and regret not marrying and having a family when they had the chance.


TAP –  Is that true, girls?  And not to mention the veritable rash of alienmovies spilling out of Hollywood.  Battleship.  The Avengers.

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7 Responses to “Hollywood Addicted To Vampires. Why? Asks Jason.”

  1. Russell Sprout says:

    I think it’s about the promotion of the occult and witchcraft, making it attractive and normal.

    Look at how the Harry Potter films and books have done the same.

    Male and female roles are also exemplified for us, i.e. this is how you are expected to behave, this value system and the attitudes of the characters is the norm.

    Another good example is Friends, think how powerful that was in shaping the value system and the attitudes of young viewers.

    Maybe the best example is Sex in the City – promotion of extreme female emancipation, women behaving just like the worst examples of men, sexism in reverse and being celebrated, laddetts, women rejecting family, putting their careers first – the message is that’s all you need to be happy, girls – babies are for chavs and a wife is nothing more then a slave.
    Women are completely taken in, of course – until they hit mid-30’s and realise they hate their jobs and regret not marrying and having a family when they had the chance. Getting drunk with and then sleeping with strangers they meet on the internet is NOT a fulfilling existence !
    TV and films are used to shape our worldview and to guide our values.
    People respond and behave as they’ve been shown how to.
    Monkey see, monkey do !

  2. Anonymous says:

    The web site http://vigilantcitizen.com/ analyzes the illuminati-occult-freemason-satanic influence in movies. I used to visit the regularly but I had to back off as I have no desire to become an expert in the occult. I used to be a big movie fan but just recently I stopped watching all movies and television. I’m trying to refocus on Bible reading to regain my spirituality.

    Anonymous in Cebu

  3. Julia says:

    I think you will find that a lot of women who married and had a family regret not having a career. Many women are domestic servants in their own homes. The deal has traditionally been money from the man in exchange for domestic services from the women. The reason that many unhappily married, and domestically abused women are now able to leave their marriages is that they have the choice through their own independent finance.
    We are back to money again! Interestingly a lot of young girls want to marry someone rich, so maybe the pendulum is swinging back again. To money in exchange for services.
    If you go back to pre movie times, we had tales of handsome princes, and girls were brought up to believe that this is what would make them happy. Doomed to failure, I would say. People, especially women, often say their wedding day is the best day of their lives. All downhill after the wedding then.
    Not long ago, about 30 or 40 years, men owned their wives and children, like chattel. Violence and abuse was legally condoned. Women could do very little without their husbands permission. The jobs available to them were teaching, secretary, factory work, or get married. The ownership of women is no longer legal, but the attitudes still prevail.
    Having said that, I am sure there are some happy non possessive marriages about. I personally was very happy I had children. I also like to work, though this comes second to my children. Many women are very glad they have had a career or business, and not had children. Many women are happy in 100% domestic life. I think we are all different.

  4. Julia says:

    It is interesting that people are drawn to watch vampire movies.. What is the fascination? If you look at our society and the underlying, but hidden, obsession with blood types, maybe it has something to do with that? The Nazis were obsessed with it, the elites today are obsessed with it, look at the Royal Family. ANd from what I can make out, there are constant attempts to change our blood and DNA through blood transfusions and vaccinations, all of which involve a needle piercing your skin. Is the vampire world just a mainstream depiction of what is actually going on? We aren’t allowed to talk about it as if it’s real, people would think we were crazy, but it is allowed in fiction.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Another spate of movies which Hollywood tried to influence the masses with not so long ago was Zombie movies.

    You don’t see them now (except for in the indie movie market – and they are usually classed as ‘B-Movies’).

    Even so, it’s interesting to watch Hollywood movie productions not for their content, but more so for what hidden messages they are trying to convey.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Just like to add, the Vampire theme may have overtones to the Elite bloodlines.

    We know the Elites strongly believe in bloodlines – ‘keep it in the family’. So nieces and cousins are married off… legal inter-breeding.

    You had Prince Charles with this one:
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/news/prince-charles-i-have-a-stake-in-transylvanias-future-2376584.html

    And there’s the belief that eating the placenta (rich in uncontaminated blood and minerals – and popular in certain parts of Chinese culture) is good for you:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-383386/Is-safe-eat-placenta.html

    There’s also the angle that Vampires (The Elite ‘feed’ off us remember through tax and control) are showing off.

    Make of this what you will.

  7. Ivana Blogalot says:

    Good man Russell !

    In my country we say all this feminist nonesense is just BIG CRAZY!

    And big feminist in America Gloria Steinem – she funded by CIA !

    They just like to destroy men, destroy women, destroy family – and they have done very good job at this.

    If you want to destroy society – start with the women.

    Look at Henry Makow website articles, they very good.

    http://www.henrymakow.com/family_love_in_a_toxic_society.html

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