They Live (1988) was a warning about the Jesuit Order (and possibly foreshadowed event 201 & the coronavirus outbreak)

Entertainment History Jesuit Predictive Programming

The film came out a span of 74 days from his John Carpenter’s 41st birthday.

This ties in with the motto of the film, ‘They Live, We Sleep’.

There can be zero doubt the film is hinting at the network of Jesuits that operate in 112 countries (at least). This is made clear through the villain of the film, Cable 54, and those who work for the network.

The film ends with the destruction of the satellite from Cable 54, and the waking up of the populace.

The star of the film, Roddy Piper, would go on to die prematurely, July 31, 2015, the anniversary of the death of Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit Order.

To make no mistake about it, the film released 201 days after Roddy Piper’s birthday, and don’t overlook that he was born in ’54, the year of the first Bilderberg Conference, a meeting created by a Jesuit. Read more here:

Read more about the Jesuits and 201 here: and here:

In light of Event 201 being the coronavirus outbreak simulation, let us not overlook that They Live begins with a graffiti mural, that has a vaccine right in the middle…

If you have not seen the film, the ‘THEY’ group says they will have complete control over the world by 2025. From 1988 to 2025, is a span of 38 years, and ‘They Live’ equates to 38, along with ‘Gematria’ and ‘English’.

*Keep in mind the film released Friday, November 4, 1988, one day before November 5, the anniversary of the Jesuit plot to blow up British Parliament, and of course, November 5 leaves 56 days in the year. As you know, ‘Society of Jesus’ equates to 56.


  1. Bruh man from the 5th Floor on August 24, 2020 at 6:24 pm

    Amazing work once again, making it hard for the disbelievers to not see it at this point ahaha

  2. Bruh man from the 5th Floor on August 24, 2020 at 6:34 pm

    Cable 54 = 121 (RO)
    Blood Sacrifice = 121 (EO)

  3. Tru2Figure on August 25, 2020 at 11:59 am

    Great Work Zach!

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