“Kingsman: The Secret Service” is a spy movie with action, comedic, and some gore. More importantly, it is riddled with symbolism and messages that promote the occult elite’s philosophy and its Agenda for the future.
Warning: Major Spoilers Ahead!
Kingsman: The Secret Service is a modern take on classic spy movies that feature slick Englishmen saving the world. Like most spy movies, Kingsman tells a convoluted story that’s taking place on an international level, complete with high-stakes politics and high-tech gadgets. Contrary to James Bond flicks, however, Kingsman takes a more youthful, “urban” approach in order to reach that critical crowd. The main protagonist, named Eggsy, is indeed a young, pub-dwelling Londoner from a rough neighborhood, a tough character with whom younger generations can identify, the exact crowd the occult elite is looking to shape, mold and influence. And, behind all of this gadget-ridden, tailored-suits-with-skinny-ties crap, the movie slickly communicates a flurry of messages to its viewership, effectively outlining the elite’s philosophy, its modus operandi, and its long-term Agenda. Of course, everything is sugarcoated in a sexy spy package with a lot of violence to make all of these things easily digestible for viewers.
From start to finish, Kingsman jumps from one propaganda message to another, culminating in nothing less than a massive “cleansing” of the world population, a gigantic genocide that would kill everybody except a few chosen elite. If you’ve read other articles on this site, you know that this is the occult elite’s favorite story to tell the masses.
Right from the start, the movie gets into war propaganda territory as we see two Arabs getting killed by a helicopter.
The U.S., Great Britain, and other Western nations have been involved in various wars around the Middle-East in the past years. To make sure public support for these wars continues, movies keep promoting the concept that killing Arabs is cool.
The rest of the movie has nothing to do with the Middle East. It was just an introduction to the world of propaganda you are about to witness.
The actual plot revolves around a high-powered and extremely wealthy “eco-terrorist” named Richmond Valentine (played by Samuel Jackson), who is looking to drastically reduce the world population using microchips embedded in cell phones. The hero of the movie ultimately saves the world but, through the action and explosions, a clear message is sent: Kingsman and Richmond Valentine are two sides of the same clan – the occult elite. Kingsman, with its classy agents and its medieval-inspired lore, represent the mythical side of the occult elite, a fictional and heroic facade that entertains the masses while inspiring awe and respect. Richmond Valentine is the true, ugly, and evil side of the elite, as he works actively with the world’s most powerful people to abuse, deceive and annihilate most of the human race – which is considered to be a virus that is killing Earth. While Kingsman and Valentine are portrayed as enemies in the movie, there are enough connections between the two sides to understand that they are two faces of the same coin.
Let’s first look at how Kingsman is a romanticized version of the occult elite bloodlines.
Kingsman: How the Elite Wants You to Perceive Them
Simply by dissecting the name of the secret service, we understand that Kingsman is the king’s men. They exist to protect the interests of the world’s royalty, the elite bloodlines who have been in power for centuries.The code name “Kingsman” is taken from the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, an ancient myth that still captures imaginations today. However, most people do not realize that occult circles attribute an esoteric meaning to the King Arthur story, as its symbolism reflects the thinking of secret societies.
“In the personality of Arthur is to be found a new form of the ever-recurrent cosmic myth. The prince of Britain is the sun, his knights are the zodiac, and his flashing sword may be the sun’s ray with which he fights and vanquishes the dragons of darkness or it may represent the earth’s axis. Arthur’s Round Table is the universe; the Siege Perilous the throne of the perfect man. In its terrestrial sense, Arthur was the Grand Master of a secret Christian-Masonic brotherhood of philosophic mystics who termed themselves Knights. Arthur received the exalted position of Grand Master of these Knights because he had faithfully accomplished the withdrawal of the sword (spirit) from the anvil of the base metals (his lower nature). As invariably happens, the historical Arthur soon was confused with the allegories and myths of his order until now the two are inseparable. After Arthur’s death on the field of Kamblan his Mysteries ceased, and esoterically he was borne away on a black barge, as is so beautifully described by Tennyson in his Morte d’Arthur. The great sword Excalibur was also cast back into the waters of eternity – all of which is a vivid portrayal of the descent of cosmic night at the end of the Day of Universal Manifestation. The body of the historical Arthur was probably interred at Glastonbury Abbey, a building closely identified with the mystic rites of both the Grail and the Arthurian Cycle.
The mediæval Rosicrucians were undoubtedly in possession of the true secret of the Arthurian Cycle and the Grail legend, much of their symbolism having been incorporated into that order.”
– Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages
In Kingsman, the leader is of course named Arthur, and Eggsy, the young hero, aspires to become the new Lancelot.
At one point, agent Galahad, Eggy’s mentor, explains the origins of Kingsman, a story that directly refers to elite bloodlines. At first, he states that Kingsman began as tailors for the elite.
“Since 1849, Kingsman tailors have clothed the world’s most powerful individuals.”
The fact that Kingsman began as tailors is extremely symbolic. By dressing up the world’s most powerful people, they symbolically drape the elite in noble and beautiful garments, effectively “covering them up” and disguising them in something beautiful. In the movie, Kingsman glorifies the elite bloodlines and their philosophy by “draping them” in spy agency heroics.
Galahad then explains how from tailors, Kingsman became a powerful actor on the international scene.
“By 1919, a great number of powerful individuals had lost their heirs to World War One. That meant a lot of money going uninherited. And a lot of powerful men with a desire to preserve peace and protect life.
Our founders realized that they could channel that wealth and influence for the greater good. And so began our other venture: An independent, international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of discretion, above the politics and bureaucracy that undermine the integrity of government-run organizations.”
This origins story cannot better describe the occult elite. Backed by the incredible fortune of a few elite families, Kingsman operates on a level that is “above” democratically-elected government, and acts in total secrecy (you will notice that, throughout the movie, there is absolutely no respect for democratic governments). Like the occult elite that decides world policies at secret meetings such as the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg conference, Kingsman operates on that above-government level. If Kingsman had evolved in the “real world”, their major contributors would likely be the Rothschilds, Rockefellers and Duponts, bloodlines of extreme wealth who shaped the world using a level of power that goes way beyond national governments and political parties.
The concept of “bloodline” is extremely important for the Kingsman. When Arthur discusses the death of a Kingsman agent with Galahad, he says:
“But he wasn’t exactly one of us, was he?”
This implies that the Kingsman that died was an “outsider” and not a descendant of the “privileged” bloodline that makes up Kingsman. Is this why these agents appear to have special powers?
Even if Eggsy comes from a poor neighborhood, his father was part of the bloodline, meaning that he is part of the bloodline as well. He, therefore, does not have to live like the other poor saps in his neighborhood – he is a privileged one.
At first, Eggsy does not identify with the sophisticated demeanor of Galahad, which is in opposition to his rough upbringing. Eggsy is accustomed to dwelling in pubs and getting into fights with bums who barely act more civilized than feral animals. Portraying the masses as a wild stupid herd while portraying the elite as classy people is a classic way the movie industry celebrates the elite.
Before the pub fight, Galahad tells Eggsy:
“The lack of a silver spoon has set you on certain path, but you needn’t stay on it. If you’re prepared to adapt and learn, you can transform.”
In other words, Eggsy, who grew up in poverty, is fortunate enough to be part of the bloodline that gives him to the opportunity to “ascend” to an elite level. He must, however, “transform” and be initiated to the elite. Like in occult secret societies, initiation to Kingsman involves an oath of secrecy under the penalty of death. In fact, Kingsman recruits are each given a body bag to symbolically represent their fate if they break their oath.
The training of the recruits was filmed at Wrotham Park – a gigantic mansion that was built in 1754.
The Wrotham Park mansion was designed by Isaac Ware, a renowned English architect, and a Freemason. He is credited with bringing to England Palladean architecture, inspired by the works of Italian architect Andrea Palladio, a favorite of the occult elite.
The Freemasons’ cult of reason and admiration for the laws of geometry found its expression, as well as fulfillment, in the Italian architecture of the late Renaissance, with the works of Andrea Palladio (1508-1580). The English Freemasons played a significant role in popularising his cult. It was thanks to the members of the Great Lodge of London that Palladio’s style became dominant in England, and later also in the United States.
– Mikołaj Gliński, The True Face of Freemasonry
Eggsy is taken to the mansion using a secret underground tunnel and discovers that hidden underneath that building are incredible resources.
During his training, Eggsy also learns that the elite does not use media to reveal – but to conceal.
Not unlike initiation rituals of the occult elite occult, there is an important price to pay to enter that rarefied circle.
Blood sacrifice, which involves the killing of a loved one to prove one’s loyalty, is the ultimate price to pay to enter the occult elite. Eggsy did not go through with it because, mainly, that scene would have outraged viewers (unlike killing Arabs). But the concept is there.
Kingsman embodies the mythical side of the occult elite, draped in ancient lore. The same way tailors drape their clients with lush fabrics, Kingsman drapes the elite class with heroics. However, they then face off with the other side of the elite, the ugly, dirty, evil, sadistic, violent, manipulative and power-hungry side that controls world politics and perceives the masses as a wild herd. This side is embodied by villain Richmond Valentine, whose nefarious agenda perfectly matched the occult elite’s Agenda.
Richmond Valentine – The True Side of the Elite
Simply put, Valentine is an agent carrying out the elite’s Agenda and the scapegoat on which people can ultimately blame everything. For this reason, he is the exact opposite of the mythical side of the elite portrayed by Kingsman. He is a Black American guy who dresses in streetwear, who is kind of cowardly and, to top it off, speaks with a goofy lisp. While Kingsman looks to the past with Arthurian references and traditions, Valentine is all the future. He is about the elite’s agenda today, about using mass media and technology to accomplish his plans.
Contrarily to the secrecy of the occult elite, Valentine is all over the media and constantly shows his face in the worlds of politics, entertainment, and technology.
Even while he seemingly represents the exact opposite of the occult elite, he nevertheless carries out its plan. His main goal: To kill everybody on earth, except a chosen few. Not unlike what the elite is doing now, he justifies massive depopulation using ecological arguments such as global warming.
“When you get a virus, you get a fever. That’s the human body raising its core temperature to kill the virus. The planet Earth works the same way. Global warming is the fever. Mankind is the virus. We’re making our planet sick. A cull is our only hope. If we don’t reduce our population ourselves, there is only one of two ways this can go. The host kills the virus or the virus kills the host. Either way … the result is the same. The virus dies. Sometimes a culling is the only way to ensure this species survives.
I am inviting you to be a part of a new world.”
Notice that Richmond uses the word “cull” to describe his plan, which is defined as: “selective slaughter of wild animals”. In animal breeding, culling is “the process of removing or segregating animals from a breeding stock based on specific criteria. This is done either to reinforce or exaggerate desirable characteristics or to remove undesirable characteristics from the group.”
“Culling” therefore precisely describes the mindset of the elite: They view the masses as a wild animal breed that spun out of control and that needs to be brought down and selectively slaughtered. Guess who will be “selected” to survive? Not you!
Valentine is looking to reduce world population by inserting mind-controlling microchips into mobile phones. At the flick of a switch, the chip causes people to go berserk and start killing each other.
As an agent of the elite, Valentine’s plans operate at a level way above national government. At one point we even see him in the White House talking down to President Obama.
Right after that scene at the White House, we see an interesting transition that carries heavy symbolic meaning:
The elite not only craps on governments, it craps on religions as well because in their “new world” there would be only one world religion. One scene in the movie sums up the elite’s entire plan for religions.
In the movie, the South Glad Mission Church is a hate group based in Kentucky that Valentine uses for his own nefarious purposes. We then see a greasy-haired preacher talking about everything but Jesus.
“Our filthy government condones sodomy, divorce, abortion. And, yet, there is still doubt this is the work of the antichrist! You do not have to be a Jew, a n*gger, a w---e or an atheist, science-loving evolution spouter….”
The movie makers made the preacher as awful and offensive as possible to make the viewers hate him and, by proxy, hate Christians in general. Galahad, who has been sent to that church, does not agree with what he is hearing and gets up. He then tells a woman:
“I’m a Catholic w---e whose currently enjoying congress out of wedlock with my black Jewish boyfriend who works in a military abortion clinic. So, hail Satan and have a lovely afternoon madam”.
Then Galahad proceeds to kill every single person in that church, in a long, dragged-out, extremely gory scene as cool rock music plays in the background.
Although the violence was rationalized by the fact that Galahad was under the influence of Valentine’s chip, the movie nevertheless puts something very specific on the screen: One of the heroes of the film says “hail Satan” and then kills every single person inside a church. That is what the elite wants us to see and absorb.
Richmond finally manages to gather his elite guests in a secret underground location where they all chill out and have drinks while the world collapses.
Valentine then gives a speech to his guest that reflects the mind state of the occult elite:
“I just want to remind you that today is a day of celebration. We must put aside all thoughts of death and focus on birth. The birth of a new age. We mustn’t morn those who give their lives today. We should honor their sacrifice and their role in saving the human race.
We must put aside doubt and guilt. You are the chosen people. When folks tell their kids the story of Noah’s Ark, is Noah the bad guy? No! Is God the bad guy? No!”
Notice how Richmond refers to Noah’s Ark to describe what is happening. As I stated in several other articles, the elite loves the story of Noah’s Ark as it also refers to a “cleansing” of humanity (see my articles on the movies 2012, Noah, etc.). Valentine is also comparing himself to God because he started the second “cleansing”.
Richmond then activates the switch. We then see a shot of regular people walking around with their phones, taking selfies and insta-tweeting (or whatever the kids do these days). They quickly turn into animals.
Luckily, Eggsy puts on a suit, combs his hair and kills everybody in Valentine’s lair to save the world.
In the end, the “good guys” won but … they’re ultimately on the same side as the bad guys. Although Valentine’s plan failed, a WHOLE LOT OF PEOPLE still died around the world. Nobody, however, seems to care. Eggsy even grabs some champagne and has celebratory sex with the Queen of Denmark … symbolizing the elite reproducing with itself.
For comedic spy movie that does not take itself too seriously, Kingsman: The Secret Service is nevertheless symbolically heavy and charged with several layers of messages. The movie sums up everything the occult elite is about as a showcase for the mythical aura that has been cultivating for years, while also revealing the elite’s darker plans through a hip-hop villain.
In the end, the movie is an “Elite 101” course, an exposé of everything they want the viewers to absorb. While the elite’s plans are embodied by the bad guy in the movie, they are nevertheless there for the viewer to see and internalize. So, while you believe you are being entertained, you are also getting a hefty dose of predictive programming, which contributes shaping your attitudes and opinions towards specific issues. What else would you expect from the king’s men?