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Avengers & Illuminati: Age of Monarch


By David Nova | Deus Nexus

Avengers: Age of Ultron gives us more of the same – Hollywood’s twisted love affair with Monarch mind-control programming, wrapped in religious fanaticism.

The word ‘fan’ comes from the word fanaticism. These days, we’re quite accustomed to the media image of comic book fans or fan-boys acting like over-zealous fanatics, as in the popular TV series The Big Bang Theory. Though humorous, it never ceases to mystify me when grown men act like preadolescents, overwhelmed by their excitement of having a comic book hero come to life on the big screen. It’s indicative of our cultural regression into the slumber of childish distractions.  (See my post: The State of Being Sheeple)  However, the fanaticism within this film’s message would be completely unacceptable to an awakened world.

In 21st Century America, comic book superheroes have stepped to the center of a new cultural religion, a new mythology that fanatics can obsess over. An Earth-destroying robot named Ultron can quote Jesus from the book of Matthew and get a laugh, saying “Upon this rock I will build my church.” He’s comparing himself to a wrathful god when he talks about creating an extinction-level event. “When the earth starts to settle, God throws a stone at it.”  Apparently, the Earth just needs a good housecleaning.

Global housecleaning seems to be a favorite theme in too many Hollywood action/adventure/comic book movies. How many times has Hollywood tried to destroyed the Earth? In how many different ways? I’ve lost count. I know some of us applauded when aliens blew up the White House in the film Independence Day (1996). Fictional destruction can be cathartic, however we’ve clearly crossed a cultural line from healthy catharsis to fanatical obsession many films and many years ago… and it’s only getting worse. We have become cheering devotees to the images of our own extinction.

All good fun, right?  But are we now addicted to Hollywood images of self-destruction?  Are we all eight-year-old boys who love watching things blow up? What impact do these images have on our collective unconsciousness, if any? Can we even go back to embracing more positive cultural images of preserving our planet in peace? Or are we just as (subconsciously) obsessed with the idea of a wrathful deity as we were 2000 years ago, cloaked in a different wrapper? When it’s our political enemy’s house, we secretly desire a wrathful housecleaning.  Yet when it’s our own house, we pray to a merciful god. This is the insanity of our cultural duality mindset, a message I’ve been tackling on this site, and in my novels, for over two years, a message you’ll find is fundamental to understanding the meaning of Avengers: Age of Ultron.


Ultron: Evolving Beyond Duality

I admit, I started out liking the psychopathic robot Ultron, at least for the first half of the film. He calls out the Avengers on their internal duality problem. He calls out the heroic yet self-righteous Captain America, telling him he wouldn’t have a sense of identity without a war to fight. Captain America represents the misplaced ego of America, the need to find purpose and definition as a good guy waging war against bad guys, only to engulf the rest of the world in the endless inferno of war. At the risk of repeating myself, it’s not surprising that Captain America: The Winter Soldier takes on this theme of duality head on.
(See my post: Captain America Gives The Illuminati Game Away)

Tony Stark: I tried to create a suit of armor around the world… but I created something terrible.

Bruce Banner: Artificial intelligence…

Ultron is Tony Stark/Ironman’s creation, an artificial intelligence meant to be the ultimate global policeman, protecting humanity from external extraterrestrial threats. However, Ultron reinterprets his mission to protect humanity. Protecting the world from the causes of war, Ultron decides to destroy the crusaders of duality, thus the Avengers.

It’s apparent that Tony Stark plays the role of Doctor Frankenstein in this film, creating a monster that must be destroyed. He represents both the Pentagon and the private sector that has allowed a terrible beast to grow within. We could argue that Ultron represents the illuminati/cabal’s New World Order; that it must destroy the old conflicted world it was born from, like a Phoenix rising from the ashes.

Tony Stark also seems to represent the massive ego of the professional class who have been duped into fulfilling the Hegelian Dialectic of the New World Order: Problem-Reaction-Solution, justifying the creation of global surveillance network with the fear of external threats, real or imagined.

Bruce Banner: Ultron!

Ultron: In the flesh. Or, no, not yet. Not this… chrysalis… But I’m ready. I’m on a mission.

Natasha Romanoff: What mission?

Ultron: Peace in our time.

Steve Rogers: We can still find a better way to achieve peace?

Ultron: I can’t actually throw up in my mouth, but if I could I would do it!

Ultron: [to the Avengers] You want to protect the world, but you don’t want it to change. You’re all puppets, tangled in strings… strings!

Ultron: Everyone creates the thing they fear. Men of peace create engines of war. Avengers create invaders. Parents create children, that will supplant them.

Ultron rightly states that the Avengers will never know world peace as long as they cling to their internal duality mindset. They will simply continue to feed the engines of war. They don’t want to change the status quo. They serve to protect it, as does nearly every member of the Unites States armed forces. This is the point Ultron seems to be making. Real change will never come from those trapped inside of the duality paradigm.

At the end of Captain American: The Winter Soldier we discovered the message that S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra are simply “two sides of the same coin.”  As two opposing sides of duality, the (perceived) good guys and the bad guys need each other to continue to exist, to have purpose, to wage their eternal war. But whom does their war really benefit? Who profits from these wars?  Who is pulling the strings behind the scenes that Ultron is talking about?  Ultron is calling the Avengers, “puppets” tangled in strings. Later in the film, Thor reveals that the Avengers are indeed pawns in a larger game, something to do with the mysterious Infinity Gems that tie together the various Marvel comic book universes.


A poster for the new Avengers film that conveys and reinforces the Disney Pinocchio theme, with the Avengers appearing like puppets on strings, while Ultron resembles the phantom that controls them.


Avengers With Strings Attached

Ultron: [singing] I’ve got no strings to hold me down / to make me fret, or make me frown / I had strings, but now I’m free / There are no strings on me!

In a previous post, Avengers: Age of Ultron’s Monarch Trailer, I examined the film’s trailer which featured a Disney song from the animated film Pinocchio, “I’ve got no strings.”  This is another prominent theme within the film, one that deals specifically with Monarch mind-control programming.

Monarch Programming is a method of mind control used by numerous organizations for covert purposes. It is a continuation of project MK-ULTRA, a mind-control program developed by the CIA, and tested on the military and civilians. The methods are astonishingly sadistic (its entire purpose is to traumatize the victim) and the expected results are horrifying: The creation of a mind-controlled slave who can be triggered at anytime to perform any action required by the handler. (source)

Note, the name Ultron might very well represent Project MK-ULTRA, the predecessor to Monarch.

I’m not going to wade into the horrific details of Monarch. You can learn the basics from this post: Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control. The Vigilant Citizen is a good source for all things related to Hollywood and Monarch. You can learn extensive details about the program from the works of Fritz Springmeier and the works of Svali, a self-proclaimed former Monarch programmer. This is extremely disturbing material, and I urge extreme caution when reading it, especially if you even suspect that you might be a Monarch victim. I’d rather not write about this subject matter, but Hollywood has given us little choice, constantly throwing Monarch in our faces. Film goers deserve to know the subtext of what they are seeing in theaters. It’s about raising consciousness and our awareness.


Brief image of a monarch butterfly in the “Man of Steel” trailer

“One of the primary reasons that the Monarch mind-control programming was named Monarch programming was because of the Monarch butterfly. The Monarch butterfly learns where it was born (its roots) and it passes this knowledge via genetics on to its offspring (from generation to generation). This was one of the key animals that tipped scientists off, that knowledge can be passed genetically. The Monarch program is based upon Illuminati and Nazi goals to create a Master race in part through genetics. If knowledge can be passed genetically (which it is), then it is important that parents be found that can pass the correct knowledge onto those victims selected for the Monarch mind control.” (source)

What’s so terrifying about butterflies?
This film trailer for “Before I Wake,” a film about Monarch child abuse,
goes over the top in it’s symbolism.

There’s no great wealth of occult symbolism in Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s much more obvious. Bruce Banner points out the single Monarch butterfly image in the film, to convey a plot revelation about Ultron’s ultimate metamorphosis. Ultron himself uses the same metaphor.

Ultron: “In the flesh. Or, no, not yet. Not this… chrysalis… But I’m ready. I’m on a mission.”

Now, if the reader were to look at this film alone in isolation, as no doubt some readers will inevitably do, he would likely conclude that this is utter nonsense. But he needs to look at the bigger picture, a disturbing trend encompassing countless films and television shows across the horror, comic book, and science fiction genres.  And a good place to start is the collective works of Joss Whedon.


The character Hawkeye was a victim of Loki’s mind control in the first Avengers film.

Joss Whedon and Mind Control

Clint Barton/Hawkeye: “I’ve done the whole mind control thing. Not a fan.”

I actually enjoyed large parts of the second Avengers film, apart from the lengthy scenes of comically frenetic CGI destruction. In one of my favorite scenes early in the film, the Avengers are taking turns trying and failing to lift Thor’s hammer. Thor smiles proudly. Then Captain America tries his hand. For just an instant the hammer lifts an inch off the table before slamming down. Thor’s face transforms from macho smugness, to alpha-male panic, to comical relief in the blind of an eye.  It’s a brilliantly subtle moment of comedy written and directed by Joss Whedon. The scene is bookended later in the film when The Vision lifts Thor’s hammer with ease. By then, Thor seems to accept the prospect of being bested.

I have always had great admiration for Joss Whedon’s talent, ever since he wrote/directed/and produced Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He’s a master at creating endearing characters and witty dialogue. His television shows were somewhat instrumental to my own awakening, and I used to wonder if he was leaking information though them. However, looking back at his entire body of work: Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Dollhouse, Cabin in the Woods, Avengers, and Agents of Shield, a disturbing pattern emerges, the continuous theme of mind-control programming.


River Tam in a mind control chair in the film Serenity, a sequel to Joss Whedon’s Firefly.

Two of the most obvious examples of this are Firefly/Serenity and Dollhouse. In the 2002 television series Firefly, and then in the 2005 film adaptation Serenity, the character River Tam, played by Summer Glau, is a victim of futuristic mind control. She was sent to a government learning facility known as The Academy. Her parents and brother believed the Academy was a private school meant to nurture the gifts of talented children. It was in fact a cover for a government experiment in creating assassins. While in the hands of the Alliance doctors and scientists, River was secretly and extensively experimented on… (wikipedia)


Echo in a mind control chair in the Joss Whedon’s series Dollhouse.

However, a similarly short lived Fox television series, Whedon’s Dollhouse (2009-10), set a disturbing new bar in how far Hollywood is willing to go to glamorize the depravity of MK-Ultra/Monarch mind-control networks. The show revolved around a corporation that ran numerous secret underground facilities (known as “Dollhouses”) that programmed individuals referred to as Actives (or Dolls) with temporary personalities and skills. (Monarch programmers refer to multiple programmed personalities as Alters)

Eliza Dushku (formerly in Buffy and Angel) played Echo, a mind controlled slave on her journey to self-awareness. Her memory was erased every week, reprogrammed with a different personality to perform espionage and/or some form of prostitution, pretty risqué stuff for network television. (wikipedia)


The final showdown with the forces of darkness in the series finale of Angel.

The Buffy spin-off series Angel actually reveals far worse, if we are willing to suspend disbelief for more than a moment. Angel, a vampire with a soul, ran a private detective agency and waged a personal war against demons and a demonic law firm known as Wolfram & Hart.  In the television series, Demons and  occult practice ran rampant in Los Angeles and Hollywood. In the fifth season, before the show was cancelled, Angel took on a Satanic cabal that secretly controlled the world, known as the Circle of the Black Thorn, a secret society responsible for engineering the Apocalypse. Sound familiar?

Throughout the series, Angel feared transforming into his alter-ego, Angelus, his soulless, sadistic vampire personality. This Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde theme also suggests the ordeal of a self-aware Monarch victim dealing with the existence of a dark programmed alter.


Buffy Summers in a psych ward in the episode “Normal Again”

Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003) is a much beloved television show. While it dealt with occult subject matter, it always retained a heart, a lot of humor, and a strong moral center. And yet the most disturbing revelation for me was that the relationship between beloved characters Buffy Summers and her British watcher, Rupert ‘Ripper’ Giles, was in reality the relationship between a Monarch slave and her handler. This subtext is very well hidden, however two particularly disturbing episodes of Buffy make this assertion stunningly apparent, “Helpless” in season 3, and “Normal Again” in season 6.

“Normal Again” ultimately suggests that Buffy’s life as vampire slayer is in reality the elaborate delusion of a mental patient. You can read VC’s analysis of the film Sucker Punch to understand the connection, “Sucker Punch” or How to Make Monarch Mind Control Sexy.

What any of this says about Joss Whedon, whether he is complicit or manipulated, I can not answer. A third generation TV writer, he is enormously talented. However, these days no one makes it to the heights of success in Hollywood that he currently enjoys, directing the Avengers films, without being compromised in some way. Perhaps like the Avengers themselves, Whedon has his own strings.


The Winter Soldier in another mind control chair, from the second Captain America film.

Alter Egos and Splintered Personalities

As we’ve seen, a common theme in all of these productions is the existence of a special mind control chair, resembling something between a high-tech dentist office and your worst nightmare, used to monitor the subject’s vital signs, administer trauma, and create a dissociative state suitable for programming. A similar chair was featured in the film adaptation of Divergent, as well as countless other movies. According to various sources, some listed above, victims may be subject to regular “treatments” to maintain their programming.

Steve Rogers: Who’d be crazy enough to let a German scientist experiment on them in order to protect their country?

Here we have a jewel of sarcasm and self-awareness from Captain America, who let a recruited Nazi scientist turn him into a super soldier to help win World War II, a similar fate shared by Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch in the new Avengers film. This could be a rather broad commentary about the U.S. Intelligence decision to recruit Nazi scientists under Operation Paperclip. Some of their Nazi research was in the field of mind control.

Several secret U.S. government projects grew out of Operation Paperclip. These projects included Project CHATTER (established 1947), and Project BLUEBIRD (established 1950), which was renamed Project ARTICHOKE in 1951. Their purpose was to study mind control, interrogation, behavior modification and related topics.

Headed by Sidney Gottlieb, the MKUltra project was started on the order of CIA director Allen Welsh Dulles on April 13, 1953. Its aim was to develop mind-controlling drugs for use against the Soviet bloc, largely in response to alleged SovietChinese, and North Korean use of mind control techniques on U.S. prisoners of war in Korea. (wikipedia)

As mentioned earlier, one of the themes that runs throughout Avengers: Age of Ultron is an allusion to Dr. Frankenstein and his monster. With the exception of Thor, an extraterrestrial much like Superman who came from another planet, every human Avenger was created in a mad scientist’s lab, either as a product of a secret government experiment or as a victim of mind control.

One might even postulate that the archetypal life of a superhero is a masquerade for a Monarch created system of multiple personalities, complete with a front personality, a Clark Kent or Peter Parker, and the alternate magical personality or secret identity as the enhanced tool for occult control, whether it be S.H.I.E.L.D. or Hydra or the Illuminati – perhaps their dream of creating Friedrich Nietzsche’s Superman.


On a number of occasions, several Avengers reflect upon their perception of themselves as a monster. In various scenes, an Avenger looks into a mirror and sees a stranger staring back at them.  They’re recalling bizarre flashbacks from the disassociated state that the Scarlet Witch put them in when she took control of their minds. None are darker than the bizarre childhood memories of Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, played by Scarlet Johannson, what can only be described as flashes of repressed memory from her mind control training as a Russian assassin. Even a mainstream media site, the UK Telegraph, has pointed out the disturbing nature of these scenes.

Avengers: Age of Ultron: 7 Burning Questions

#2. Just How hideous Was Black Widow’s Background?

Some of the darkest moments in Age of Ultron were the flashbacks experienced by Natasha Romanoff, which included a forced sterilisation, and eerily lit scenes of a young, long-haired Natasha practising ballet and carrying out an execution.

Romanoff’s feelings towards not being able to have children were also explored during a heartbreaking exchange with Banner, as she revealed that, thanks to the operation, she now felt like “a monster”.

Fans of the character, and Marvel’s comic books, will know that as a young girl Russian-born orphan Romanoff was trained by her country’s Black Widow organisation to become a super assassin. (The character was first introduced in 1964, at the height of Cold War paranoia). As part of the process, which took place in a facility known as the “Red Room”, she was also brainwashed, and given false memories of being a ballerina – although, in Whedon’s film, it looked as if the ballet lessons could have been part of her super-strict training regime. (source)


Image from credits of Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Illuminati + Duality = The Service-To-Self Path

Wanda Maximoff: Ultron can’t see the difference between saving the world and destroying it. Where do you think he gets that from?

What motivates so many screen writers, directors, and producers in Hollywood to place so many  symbolic, subtle, or obvious references to mind control in their films and TV shows? Are they just following trends or following orders? Are some of them victims themselves? Are others both perpetrators and victims? Are they part of a bizarre religious cult that promotes and worships a demonic system of slavery? Those who are consciously involved in Monarch programming seem to share the same cognitive dissonance. They are well aware what they are doing is abhorrent, yet they actually believe that they are helping their victims reach their fullest potential (in service to a dark agenda).

“I want to address another misconception. That is, the one that the Illuminists know that they are evil. When I was in the group, I and those around me were idealogically committed to the agenda as being GOOD. I thought I was helping others reach their full potential when I was a trainer.”  – Svali (source)

Many Illuminists, like Tony Stark or Dr. Frankenstein, may actually believe that they are defending the Earth and saving humanity, even as they work to enslave us (and themselves in the process). They can’t see the difference between saving the world and destroying it, because their methods of building their idealized Order are so destructive. They believe they have to destroy a person or the world to save it.  They themselves may even be the victims of an extraterrestrial or spiritual form of mind control, a form of possession.

The Illuminati are very fond of duality; they love displaying the symbols of duality. You see it in countless music videos where a Masonic black & white chess board is present. They exploit the game of duality to create their dream/nightmare, a New World Order rising out of Chaos, using the time-tested formula of Created Problem + Scripted Reaction = Desired Solution. They view themselves as gods above duality, above morality, the puppet masters of humanity, playing both roles of Satan and Jehovah (Saturn and Jupiter). This is the Service-to-Self Path, the darkness manipulating the more simplistic duality of good and evil. (See my post: The Esoteric and Extraterrestrial Meaning of Jupiter Ascending)

“The triangle is a sacred form because it illustrates this principle of integration – the integration of dualities, rising to a new higher vibration of consciousness. The ascension process requires the integration of our various internal dualities. The darkness uses an inversion, or a perversion, of this process, a synthesis to create a lower vibration of fear.”
– David Nova (source)

The Service-to-Self path relies upon the manipulation of subconscious internal and external dualities to achieve and perfect the enslavement of other selves to the elite. While the Service-to-Others path requires the conscious balancing of internal and external dualities to achieve both personal freedom and a perfected expression of unity with other selves.
(Related Post: Understanding STO, STS, and Densities)


The Illuminati Superman vs. The Dark Awakening?

Ultron: We will take everything from you. Starting with hope.

The last act of Avengers: Age of Ultron takes the idea of duality and the manipulation of duality to another level, culminating in the conflict between Ultron and the Vision, two demi-god-like figures.

In the Marvel comic books, the character of Ultron went through several different incarnations since his first appearance in the 1960s. 30 years later, Ultron became an artificial intelligence with a multiple personality disorder, yet another aspect of Monarch programming.

Doctor Doom rebuilds Ultron using a combination of all of Ultron’s previous personalities with a particularly strong dose of Ultron-12, believing this mix will make Ultron subservient to him. Instead, all 12 Ultrons coexist as separate personalities, resulting in a form of madness which culminates with Ultron-12 mutilating himself in an attempt to remove some of his other personalities. (wikipedia)

Early in this film, Ultron is hailed as a miracle of science, an artificial intelligence that has achieved awareness, a supreme-consciousness.  After several years of watching horror films which seem to dramatize the victimhood of Monarch mind control, I have come to suspect that the purpose of some of these films is not solely to acclimate the public. They serve a specific function, as a trigger to awaken programmed personalities to full consciousness, to embrace the darkness they were created for, a perversion of the process by which light workers are awakened to their higher calling. Perhaps this is what Ultron represents: an awakening to Darkness, to serve its cause.

The 2013 crossover “Age of Ultron” storyline, involves a post-apocalyptic future in which Ultron has taken over the world and exterminated most of the world’s superheroes. (wikipedia)

While Ultron is a monster, a Satan figure. The Vision is his reflection in duality, serving as Savior. In the history of the Marvel comic books the Vision is represented as the merger of man and machine. Thus, the Vision could be viewed as representing the agenda of Transhumanism, the enhancement of man by machine.  So in this particular formula, Ulton is seen as the Problem, the Vision is the Reaction, and Transhumanism is the Solution.

Despite common misperceptions, the ultimate goal of the Illuminati is not Hell on Earth or the creation of monsters like Ultron. The agenda of programs like Monarch are but a means to an end, the transformation of humanity, a metamorphosis, the chrysalis stage before the emerging butterfly, the old Nazi dream of a master race to rule over the rest of us.

But can such a self-destructive religion ever find satisfaction or contentment in any goal or victory?  No. Their dream is also their own eternal nightmare.

Is the Vision the image of some New Age savior? A Superman? A false-prophet? An ultimate expression of human enslavement? There are no answers to these questions, only guesses, theories, and the deluded dreams of would-be world dominating lunatics… fanatics who urgently need to wake up from their self-and-soul-destroying religion. They need to free themselves from the whirlwind of their demonic, fragmented egos, and seek the peace within what’s left of their soul… before it’s too late. Like castles in the sand, all the deluded dreams of men eventually come crashing down, swept away by the ocean of Oneness and Eternal Being.

The Vision: Humans are odd. They think order and chaos are somehow opposites and try to control what won’t be. But there is grace in their failings. I think you missed that.

Ultron: They’re doomed

The Vision: Yes… but a thing isn’t beautiful because it lasts. It is a privilege to be among them.

Ultron: You’re unbearably naive.

The Vision: Well… I was born yesterday.

About the Author

David Nova is the author of the metaphysical fiction series “Season of the Serpent.”  He is a truth-seeker, a Wanderer, a blogger, and the moderator of Deus Nexus: Messages For An Entangled Universe.  For additional information about the author or his novels, visit his website, or his Facebook page.

This article is offered under Creative Commons license. It’s okay to republish it anywhere as long as attribution bio is included and all links remain intact. 


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  5. We finally watched this last night and whoa, there was a LOT in there, such as Blackwidow being able to bring back the Hulk’s alter personality Bruce Banner with a trigger word / touch combination, much like a Monarch handler might do. We learned how to create trigger touches in the hypnosis class we took, where only one person has the ability to touch a spot, in a special way, to trigger a reaction/response, and nobody else touching that same spot has any effect. Also, the idea that Ultron may have represented the shadow side, or was it an alter personality, of Tony Stark? There’s obviously a lot in there, too much to dissect in one post or comment, but wow none-the-less… its going to take some time to brainstorm exactly what was going on in it as the “big picture”. Great article David!!!

    • Good catch, I missed that one. There is certainly a lot going on in this flick, inside stuff that we’re probably completely unaware of.

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  7. An absolutely astounding example of the reality disconnect within the western world – a reader posted a comment (with profanity) complaining (and misconstruing my words) that I believe comic books are for children and thus not a legitimate art form, thus he stopped reading the post. A good thing he stopped reading – as he would probably be more offended by my perceived insult of comic books than he would of the sadistic torture of children and adults in shadow government mind control programs. This level of willfully blind self-absorbtion is unfathomable to me.

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