The Game of Thrones is the latest HBO series that was a ‘must watch’ for me. It wasn’t lacking as far as symbolism or subliminal messages go. I also thought it was a metaphor for taking human consciousness to the next level, and if you are reading right now, then you probably already think in a multi-dimensional space whether you realize it or not. The good news is, we are all our own stories’ directors and writers and we get to decide how the story goes in our own lives.
Game of Thrones has so many characters, it is hard to jump in if you haven’t watched from the beginning, so I’ll try to be as clear as possible. The sub plots that really stood out to me are the ones of Daenerys Targarygen and the story about Jon Snow and Ygritte.
First, a little background about where the story takes place. There are seven noble houses on the continent of Westeros and one of the houses has a king who sits on the “Iron Throne” in King’s Landing, the capital of Westeros.
The Wall is a colossal fortification which stretches for 300 miles along the northern border of the Seven Kingdoms, and is reported to be over 700 feet tall and is made of solid ice. It was supposedly constructed using both magic and mundane means some eight millennia ago.
One of the main characters, Jon Snow, is a member of the Night’s Watch, a military order that guards the Wall. From what? From the Free Folk, a group that doesn’t fall under the King’s rule, and from mythical creatures that may or may not exist.
One of the oaths that a hopeful member of the Night’s Watch is a vow of chastity. Members of the Night’s Watch swear an oath of duty that is binding for life and prohibits marriage, family, and land ownership. Desertion is a crime punishable by death.
They describe one another as “sworn brothers” because of the oath. Men of the Watch dress entirely in black, giving rise to the nickname “crows” which is what the Free Folk commonly call them, or “black brothers.”
Giving rise to the nickname “crows”.
A character named Aemon is master at Castle Black (where the Night’s Watch is based at the foot of the Wall). What he tells one of the newer members, Samwell Tarley, who falls in love with a girl he was protecting, sums up perfectly how tptb attempt to program humans. It is like telling someone they don’t need food or water.
“Love is the death of duty.” – Aemon
What is so profound about this, is that the “duty” of the cause on Game of Thrones and in our real world, is the cause of mind control and suppression of the human spirit. It is based on lies and this control is flaunted in your face everyday. The safest way to think is you know nothing, until you start to listen to what your soul is telling you instead of your programmed mind, and knowing the difference between the two is the first step. Then, you see past the prism prison.
Jon Snow, a major character on the show, is the bastard son of Eddard Stark, Lord Paramount of one of the Great Houses in the realm. He was raised with all of Stark’s legitimate children and although close to them, there are constant reminders of the circumstances of his birth from the other children’s mother, Lady Catelyn Stark. He finds acceptance serving in the Night’s Watch, where his illegitimacy doesn’t matter, and he takes great pride in his oath to serve and protect the realm. (Uncle Sam wants YOU!)
But things get complicated when Jon Snow encounters Ygritte, a member of the Free Folk, which the realm refers to as Wildlings, in a derogatory way. Ygritte is a quick-witted, skilled archer who values her status as a free woman and disparaged those living south of the Wall as “kneelers” who blindly follow heredity rulers. After Jon captures her, then she escapes, he then ends up in a scenario of having to be with the Free Folk for a time, and they fall in love. And Ygritte, trying to understand the ways of people south of the Wall, having conversations with Jon about their culture and traditions, simply says “You know nothing, Jon Snow.”
Jon and Ygritte are at camp with the Free Folk before they start to climb the Wall the next day. She playfully steals his sword and he chases her into a nearby grotto. There, he finds a naked Ygritte. Jon is hesitant at first because of his vows to the Night’s Watch, but it takes no time for him to give in to his attraction to her. After they make love, they are together in a pool in the grotto and Ygritte says she wishes they could stay in the cave together forever.
The next day, they start to climb the Wall. Ygritte reveals she is aware that Jon is still loyal to the Night’s Watch. She understands that he is an honorable man, but warns him that he has obligations to her as well.
While climbing, Ygritte causes a massive crack, which dislodges a large sheet of ice. She and Jon are left hanging by their safety rope. Orell (a free folk) decides that Tormund (another free folk) cannot continue climbing with the weight of Jon and Ygritte’s bodies pulling them down, and begins cutting the rope. Jon barely manages to get a hold in the wall and saves himself and Ygritte when their rope is severed. They reach the top of the wall and share a passionate kiss, grateful to be alive after such a narrow escape.
Two brave souls made it past the Wall because they believed they could. Nothing can stop love. Love is unstoppable. Love is the highest vibration and will take you places you could never imagine. Love has nothing to do with material things or trying to keep up in the busyness of life. And when more people see this, the Wall will come down and there will be no more invisible chains that keep people down in the heavy vibrations of the third dimension.
And again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God. Matthew 19:24
More on that story in a bit. On to the Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen. But first, the symbolism of a dragon. We are told about dragons from a very early age, which is strange if you think about it. They don’t exist, but they are pervasive and most five year olds could tell you all about dragons, while not being as informed on things that do exist. It must have some archetypal significance.
A dragon. It can fly. It can swim. It is huge. It is a reptile, so it has reactive, survival behavior. And it breathes fire. So, if you are the “mother of dragons” you have great power. You control things.
Son of man, raise a lamentation over Pharaoh king of Egypt and say to him: “You consider yourself a lion of the nations, but you are like a dragon in the seas; you burst forth in your rivers, trouble the waters with your feet, and foul their rivers.” Ezekiel 32:2
The message in this video is don’t fuck with the mother of dragons, DANerys Targaryen.
Daenerys Targaryen, Daenerys Stormborn, mother of dragons….
Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms….
Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Queen of Meereen….
Breaker of Shackles and Chains, Freer of Slaves, Princess of Dragonstone….
She instructed her dragon to do this
Burn the city of Astapor so she can “free” the people and take over. She desires more than anything to be a “just” queen and lead “her people” to prosperity. Wrong wall. Please tell your dragons to burn this one made of ice.
While Dany is the most likable one vying for the Iron Throne, she is still wanting to sit on the Iron Throne. And in real life when you vote for someone in the government, you are voting to be ruled over. Iron is quite heavy and will weigh you down a bit. Iron is associated with the planet Mars (which is the planet associated with war).
And Dany leads an army of unsullied. What does unsullied mean? Something terrible. From game of thrones wiki:
The Unsullied are elite warrior-eunuchs bred and trained in Astapor, one of the three major cities of Slaver’s Bay. Because they are eunuchs, the Unsullied will not succumb to bloodthirsty or sexual urges in the midst of battle; their actions will only go as far as what they have been ordered to do, and nothing more. The Unsullied also seem resistant and even immune to pain. However, Unsullied do possess emotions and can show anger.
The unsullied have been castrated so they will be obedient slaves. Sworn brothers of the Night’s Watch take an oath of chastity because like Aemon said “Love is the death of duty”. It isn’t hard to think of similar examples of mind control by suppressed sexuality that happen in the real world, at varying degrees, but it does happen.
Back to the grotto where Jon Snow and Ygritte would stay forever if the control of the outside world didn’t summon them back to their “duty”. I think there is a hidden message here in this subplot, and I am going to alter the story to how it is really going to happen!
Jon and Ygritte in the grotto and they make love for the first time and say they would love to just stay forever and have sex for eternity because they feel that being with each other is absolutely heaven. From etymology online: grotto Latin crypta “vault, cavern,” from Greek krypte “hidden place” (see crypt).
Their love for each other activated Kundalini. Here it goes, starting with the root chakra at the base, going up through the sacrum, then solar plexus….
Then the heart chakra. This is the hardest one. We are so programmed to think with our brains and use logic. To activate this chakra, your soul tells you to think with your heart….
And the kundalini moves right on up!
These two made it up the Wall, and smashed it in the process.
As director of Game of Thrones, the way to win is to not play. Just smash the wall. Break on through to the other side.
This cutie lives (unlike the HBO version):
And he doesn’t give a damn about the Night’s Watch. He just wants to live with Ygritte:
And they, along with everybody else in the world, live happily ever after for eternity.
Out of Time.