Lego Movie Preaches Kabbalah to Children


(left, Emmet, with female sidekick Wildstyle, whose real name suggests Lucifer)

“At its core, The Lego Movie tells children that following the rules and being moral is stupid and no fun. What matters is to be special, to be part of the an enlightened elite who got rid of old-fashioned notions of sin and sacrifice to others in order to live a life empowered by occult knowledge.”

Lego Movie Preaches Kabbalah to Children

Hollywood Jews push their satanism on children.

by Marcos

The Lego Movie has been number one at the ticket office since its release three weeks ago. The movie is a wonderful spectacle – full of action, humor and state-of-the-art computer animation.  Unfortunately, it is also overt  gnostic propaganda for children.

Kabbalah is an offspring of Gnosticism. In other words:   Kabbalah = Gnosticism + Jewish tradition.

The plot revolves around Emmet, a Lego construction worker. In the happy Lego City, all the Lego people follow their instructions (the manual that comes in the box.) They smile at others, and are nice and cooperative. They build wonderful buildings but, unfortunately, they destroy them every evening, so they can build them again. In other words, they are mindless robots.


Gnosticism is the belief that God is so far away that He can only be contacted by people who break free from the illusion of this reality by the use of trances, magic rituals and contact with spirits. The initiate must bypass the dogmas and laws imposed by a cruel minor God (the God of the Christians) who keeps humanity enslaved.

The symbolism in the movie is obvious: the insturction manual is the Bible that keeps people lethargic in their ignorance. A dictator represents God, who wants us to be stuck (glued), missing all the fun. Emmet represents the common person with natural psychic powers, the gnostic hero who can connect mystically with the the real god, represented by a charming kid playing with the toys. Emmet can join the enlightened ones in the clouds, where the only rule is to do whatever one wants. ( Satanist Aleister Crowley: Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.)

Everything that happens in a superior level of reality has an effect on the sub-reality of the Lego toys, reflecting the occult motto “as above, so below”.  The key to change the material world is magical manipulation in the supernatural realm which is the basic definition of sorcery. It is the rationale behind Tikkun Olam, the “healing” of the world of the Kabbalah.


The movie also features several occult themes and symbols.

For starters, Emet  (אֱמֶת) is a holy word in Kabbalah, meaning Truth, also a spiritual state associated with the sefirah of yesod and the Seal of God.

Kabbalists claim that the initiate can make his own truth by will, in opposition to the Christian view that truth must be accepted as an absolute and not created by us. 


The name Emmet was apparently suggested by Warner Bros Pictures production president Greg Silverman, left, a man who was also involved in the making of other gnostic movies such as Inception and Matrix.

Also, Emmet`s tutor in the saga is a wizard named Vitruvius, like the ancient Roman architect revered by Masons worldwide. Lodges are named after him.  Emmet’s female companion is introduced to us as Wildstyle, but we find at the end of the story that her real name is Luci (fer), the lightbringer.


This movie teaches children that following the rules and being moral is stupid and makes you miss all the fun. What matters is to be special, to be part of the enlightened elite who got rid of old-fashioned notions of sin and sacrifice to others to live a life empowered by occult knowledge.

Kids now receive a light version of gnosticism brought by movies such as Lego and the Lion King, and books such as Madonna`s Kabbalah for Kids and the 72 Cabalist Names of God for Children (for conjuring spirits). Soon they are ready to move up to the red bracelets worn by Ashton Kuchner and Kate Perry`s satanic music videos.

Instead of this madness, children actually need the peaceful reassurance that they can call God a “Father”. This God knows what is right and cares for them.  This is not a god who can be conjured and manipulated. The elite fears a generation brought up in God’s love more than anything else.

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