Hidden Hollywood: Satanic Symbols in Movies | Jay Dyer vs Mr. Atheist

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Jay Dyer:
Jay has grown to become one of the premier film and philosophy sites on the net, showcasing the talents of Jay Dyer, whose graduate work focused on the interplay of film, geopolitics, espionage and psychological warfare. Jay is a public speaker, lecturer, comedian and author of the popular title Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film, which made it to Amazon’s No. 1 spot in its first month of release in the Film and Hollywood.
Known for his in-depth commentary, satire and celebrity impressions, Jay is the host of the JaysAnalysis Podcast and Esoteric Hollywood. He is also a regular contributor to 21stCenturyWire, Soul of the East and the Espionage History Archive, as well as appearing on numerous nationally syndicated radio shows, such as Ground Zero and Coast to Coast AM, as well as TV shows like Buzzsaw with Sean Stone.
Broaching subjects as wide as satire, metaphysics, film analysis, theology, geopolitics, literature and history, as well as interviewing numerous prominent figures, Jay is academically published in peer review and has authored hundreds of articles already read by millions in just the past few years. Jay has also co-created a television show with Jay Weidner at Gaia based on this unique approach to film.

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45 Comments

  1. Whoa. Listen. I'm not making an argument from authority or anything like that here; what I'm saying is that I've talked to important people who believe this and agree with me, so it has to have some truth… *This is not a direct quote (sadly, it's pretty close though), but is a great demonstration of the kind of logic presented in this discussion. Most arguments here seem to stem from confirmation bias and narrow-minded thinking.

  2. I lost interest in what Jay was saying when he claimed 9 11 was an inside job and gave no evidence for it.

  3. 1:30:00  Jay lost whatever credibility I lent him when he went all doubting about the Moon landings.  Yes the USA went there more than once.  RIP Alan Bean.  4th man on the Moon.

  4. If you're intellectually honest, everyone on earth is agnostic. No one knows if there is a god. It's really sad that many atheists can't accept they are atheist. If you do not have a current belief in a god, YOU ARE ATHEIST sorry get over it because you are part of the problem. If you say you are not atheist tell me what god you worship.

  5. The atheist guy is so naive it hurts. What a little shit, honestly. Kid needs to do his fucking homework, unread lazy atheist as usual.

  6. The CIA used to have a lot of ridiculous ideas and programs, especially during the cold war. We should be far more worried about how incompetent they can be and far less worried about them controlling everything.

  7. I know what the atheist is trying to say but he didn't articulate very well. Everything the conspiracy dude said could be chalked up to the normalcy of hierarchical structures, enlarged egos, pathology, and narcissism. He merely strings them together as if it could all be linked. Ridiculous

  8. The subject is fascinating, whether they're cults or not by definition I really don't care. But the fact that society is so pliable is interesting who copies whom. I heard Candace Owens on jre she saying that fatherless black men look to Tupac and other rappers for guidance, to me I would never look to them for guidance I see them as entertainment and absurd on their outlook of life, but then again I'm old and being raised in the hood it's beyond clear there's nothing glorious about selling drugs ,and having money doesn't mean shit if your still an asshole, the odds are stacked against us poor ,all the more reason to question everything and work twice as hard .don't accept Hollywood's bullshit it's empty entertainment nothing more.

  9. Jay seems to be saying there is a lot of collusion between various Hollywood organizations and Government organizations but I can't figure out for what ends. He seemed to just put forth a bunch of casual connections and implied that there was some nefarious purpose behind them but he was so vague that I don't know what the significance of any of these connections are.

  10. You can tell 2 seconds in that Jay hates this other guy. Plus, Mary smoking a cigarette? Is that supposed to be funny or something? I don't really get it.

  11. @The NonSequitur Show I know i've sent messages relating to this in the past,but I remember Kyle telling me I was on n email response list and its been months and I still have never gotten a response. I don't want to be impatient,but when it comes to these things I worry about whether or not I've been forgotten,so I was wondering,am I still on that list ? Is there just an issue with scheduling and is why it's taking so long ? By the way I tried calling a couple times,but that was only because I was worried about spamming ! I didn't want to just keep putting a comment on every single video to ask questions relating to this.

  12. Well, this was a tad disappointing. An interesting subject nonetheless, but I was expecting a Vigilant Christian type person from the description of the book.

    Yo Kyle, you should try and get The Vigilant Christian on the show! I'd pay money to see that.

  13. Oh hell no! Don't bring up Mario (Vigilant Christian)! One of the sexiest crazy people I've ever seen or heard in my life. And then there's Spencer who's one of the hottest fascists I've ever seen. Hate myself for loving him. And yeah, BOTH of those guys, I get a very "reformed" or "ex-gay" vibe off them. Lmao

  14. OK, here's my honest opinion:
    There is a NWO, however it's not as evil as everyone seems to think.
    There is a Shadow Government, there's things that the country MUST DO for the greater good of the people, but they absolutely cannot let these things be public knowledge.
    Hollywood is affected by these things, but not as extremely as this guy thinks.

  15. Wow what a great show guys!! So cordial and informative. Regardless of your view point, these guys really know the subject and know how to speak to one another. Unlike some guests… ie the dumpster fire episode.

  16. When we were younger my family used to play the game 'is it a pepsi or coke movie?' The first person to spot the pepsi or coke sign/machine/drink/advert on the side of the bus, won the movie.

    Movies cost money. Gotta make money before the movie. Gotta get sponsorship. Gotta do a bit of what that company wants so they give you the money. It's advertising.

    Off course sources outside to the writer/director has influence. Money talks.

    I think that Jay has done a great thing of writing a book that interests those that are interested in that sort of thing.

  17. 35 minutes in and so far Dyer is saying that he's got a crazy idea and because people have been spies and because people do work together and because other people have considered something then it must be going on! Oh and again, no evidence, just spit balling. Wow.

    I wish I'd met his 22 year old self. That guy sounds reasonable.

  18. Dyer, the number of dipshita who bought your book doesn't make it not a piece of shot. Also, books have covers so you CAN judge them. Jay Dyer, are you aware that you haven't actually provided anything to support your case except pointing at your bookshelf and telling us you read. And where the fuck does he get the idea that hanging out will Stone or the popularity of your book means there is any credence? I thought this guy had a college education!

  19. Oh look, I lack imagination and in spite of my education I can't possibly see how we went to the moon! That's the essence of the Dyers' argument.

  20. Of course Jay Dyer believes the Trump-Russia Collusion issue is just a conspiracy theory. Why wouldn't someone with his religious beliefs think that. And of course he thinks everybody comes to an investigation with presuppositions. He has his, doesn't care to change that and basically doesn't want to be the only jackass in the room.

  21. I'm kinda disappointed in you guys this time. I'd really like to see more involvement from you two. McRae, were you asleep or just not up to speed on this topic?

  22. does this guy just see every organized everything as a cult O.o, except Christianity ofc
    gota suck dat jesus schtick

    jay is actaully annoying me quite a bit, ok sure hollywood has symbolism but that equals satanism? everytime he is asked to defend that he just falls back on that and then briefly applies the non sequitur
    like ofg we agreed with you get to your dam point and address ours

  23. 1:30 "Where were the buggies, by the way?"

    Does Dyer simply not want to do searches that might threaten what he already thinks? A search of Apollo Lunar Rover Deployment gets you a great animation on YT of where it was stored and how it was deployed. It weighed 210kg (on Earth).
    It took up only a few cubic meters folded up, and they didn't try to bring it back with them, so it was only to moon payload.
    Two EVA spacesuits weigh almost the same as it did.
    Previous missions brought more stuff to the moon that the weight of the rover alone.

    Dyer being an academic, surely questions like "how did they get the lunar rover to the moon" or "where was it stored" are pretty low-hanging fruit for him, so how does his misconception about the rover manage to persist?

  24. 46 minutes in. there's nothing in particular that's made me decide to stop watching. I just think this topic is annoying given the flimsy definition, premises and support. Cool guests, though.

  25. Argumentation isn't the only way to reveal a subject matter. Jay comments on his Observations, then invites others to perhaps see these and interpret for themselves. Logical argumentation only would be dry, very dry reading.

  26. This Atheist character is trying to break down this book as if it's a scientific academic work. It's a book, written for a mass audience, with some expose' and some goofiness. This guy couldn't split hairs, and miss the point anymore than he has here.

    Along with that, he made a video response to this which really just makes him look worse. He just didnt care about the subject matter, so buddy, it really shows.

  27. Mr nonsequitur vs Mr atheist. wow. Did you know that casinos can`t lose, unless they are ruined by Trump. (profound huuh) I know nothing about Hollywood and its connection to mob or cia, im I surprised, fuck nooo. Its the opposite, it would be a fail for the cia, mob, or commercial interest, not too use it.

    People that see movies and see people smoking Marlboros,   and think its just a coincident, is ignorant, exposing that fact is just plain education, no conspiracy, needed.

  28. Mr. Atheist…lol sure. More like mister dumbass. I love "Mr." squirm as Jay gets all the questions from the audience and he gets none. Boo hoo. Keep ignoring that fag.

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