1 Rainbow, 6 Billion Smurfs and a New World Order
You would think the way the world is carrying on we were living in a never-ending episode of the Smurfs. A village of little blue people, who all look the same, want nothing but unity. They have personality differences but work out these differences with love. They are guided by love and the rainbow connects them all together.
Approximately 6 months ago I thought, ‘I wonder what my mom did with my Smurf collection?’ And then remembered that my brother and I at one stage tried to blow them up along with a whole battalion of plastic army soldiers and a collection of plastic farm animals. Ah, reminisces, those were the days, when toys were indestructible…
Anyhow, I remember hearing that the Smurfs were evil and people said it was the biggest joke ever. How could these little cute characters filled to the brim with moral values be evil. Well it was not the Smurfs themselves that were evil but the entire story line as a whole. The Smurfs were portrayed as good and Gargamel was portrayed as evil trying to overcome good. Gargamel practiced dark magic to try kill the Smurfs and the Smurfs always went to Papa Smurf for the answer who used his own Smurf magic to defeat Gargamel.
Evil magic (alchemy) vs. Good magic (alchemy) / Black magic (alchemy) vs White magic (alchemy)
What’s the difference? Nothing. One is Evil (and it looks evil), the other is Evil (but it looks good).
The Smurf World:-
Every Smurf has their own necessary task to fulfill in the village, depending on their own ability and of course the needs of the other Smurfs. Smurfs have a peaceful existence and try to live in harmony with Mother Nature, Gaia or the Queen of Heaven…
Papa Smurf is the village leader and is easily identifiable by his white beard and red clothes. He uses his wisdom to persuade other Smurfs rather than tell them what to do. He often saves the younger Smurfs from danger. He’s also an alchemist, and spends loads of time in his laboratory making spells and potions.
Gargamel the sorcerer is the sworn enemy of the Smurfs. He is an evil wizard, he is an alchemist too just like Papa Smurf and his main ability is to create magic potions. He will sometimes ‘pretend’ friendships if there is something in it for him.
Good helps Evil, Evil helps Good:-
Gargamel – “Despite his never-ending hatred and frustration for the Smurfs, more than once has he had to rely on Papa Smurf to help save him from a more wicked enemy’s plans (such as Lord Balthazar) or to rescue him from a potion gone horribly wrong. On another occasion, in the episode “The Fountain of Smurf”, Papa Smurf drinks too much water from the fountain and becomes a Smurfling. The Smurfs rely on Gargamel to come to their aid and help turn Papa Smurf back.” [Emphasis added] —http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gargamel
There were comparisons made between Communism and the Smurf lifestyle. As Smurfs live in a village where everyone shares everything with anyone, the absence of money, everyone being equal (wearing very similar clothing), all smurfs serve a functional purpose in their community, with many other rules similar to that of a communist society. Their enemy Gargamel can be seen as to represent capitalism (post-modernism) with a specific emphasis being made on his greediness. [Emphasis added] —http://bluebuddies.com/help/smurfs_cartoon_episode_guide.htm
Now I am looking back at the Smurfs and thinking, “Oh my…” How could the world have been so naive? People back then could see the truth and everyone dismissed them as being foolish or fearful. Then 2 weeks ago I saw an advert on TV that you can buy Smurfs again. They have come back… isn’t that just perfect timing.
The Smurfs and the Rainbow:
The Rainbow played a big role in the Smurfs as it was the symbol of hope. The energy from the rainbow was that of pure light and love and the rainbow is what connected the little people of the village together.
Sounds great, doesn’t it. Yes, if you have no idea what the symbolism of the rainbow is in occultism. If you think that something needs to look dark and evil like Gargamel to be evil then you are misled. Magic is magic no matter what colour it is.
Over the years the rainbow has been shown in kids programs and its always been surrounded by a message of common good, love, hope, peace, joy, happiness and unity.
The real message of the Rainbow:
“The rainbow, bright, elusive, and heavenly, plays a magical, otherworldly part in most ancient and modern belief systems around the world. Again we see the myriad of human beliefs concerning the rainbow. The complex diversity of rainbow myth is far-reaching; its inherent similarities are also. Whether as a bridge to the heavens, a messenger to the gods, divine archer’s bow, or mystic intangible entity, the rainbow persists as a multifaceted lesson. Because while any particular idea (i.e. the rainbow) can be perceived in one way to one person, someone else can picture that idea in a very different way. And while we may not be able to fully explain the workings of the world or the purpose of life, we cannot avoid exposing our deepest hopes and fears in the search for truth. [Emphasis added] —http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow
So the Rainbow in effect represents the many paths, the many religions, a myriad of human beliefs. The rainbow is what bridges all faiths together.
Scientifically “White light separates into different colours on entering the raindrop because red light is refracted by a lesser angle than blue light. On leaving the raindrop, the red rays have turned through a smaller angle than the blue rays, producing a rainbow.” — http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow
So White light [God] separates into different colours [multiple faiths].
As one person perceives a rainbow in one way (i.e., as a person walks their path with its own lessons), others can view the rainbow from a different perspective (i.e., as they walk their different paths with its own lessons). But no matter which path they take the paths all lead back to the same point – The New Age Cosmic Christ and his New World Order