By M.P. Pellicer | Stranger Than Fiction Stories
The 27 Club is a death list of actors, musicians, artist and athletes who have died at the age of 27. The majority have died as a result of suicide. substance abuse, homicide and strange accidents. Many claim there is significance tied to the number of their age to Illuminati and occult groups.
It all started when Brian Jones, the founding guitarist of the Rolling Stones, was found at the bottom of his pool on July 3, 1969 -- at the age of 27.
Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison died between 1969 and 1971. What they all shared was that they had died at the age of 27. When Kurt Cobain died in 1994, at the same age, with the introduction of the Internet and instant media the idea of the 27 Club gained traction.
There was a history of suicide in Cobain's family, two uncles and his great-uncle all killed themselves, however it was Kurt's age that was significant.
In 2011, Amy Winehouse, 27, died from alcohol poisoning, even though she had a history of bulimia and substance abuse. Her family had feared her committing suicide due to these factors. Ironically Amy had expressed fear of becoming part of this club.
One of the last to be included in the group is Anton Yelchin, Star Trek Beyond actor who died at age 27. On June 19, 2016 he was fatally pinned by his car after it rolled down the steep driveway of his L.A. home. He was found pressed in-between his brick mailbox and security fence
WHY IS 27 AN IMPORTANT NUMBER TO OCCULTISTS?
The Cube is the perfect representation of the number 27. It is sacred to satanists and saturnists, and included in worldwide rituals that outsiders are unaware of. These ceremonies are practiced in secret at the highest level of church and state.
There are 27 chapters in the Bible's New Testament. There are 27 letters in the Kabbalah, 27 channels to God and 27 names for God.
Dates or seasons are important when practicing occult rituals. During the spring solstice of 2016, Joan Laurer better known as Chyna died from a drug overdose, Prince died on April 21 and the Queen of England when visiting Washington D.C. announced Prince William and not her son Charles would inherit the throne.
Was another secret sacrifice to Baal offered on June 19th when Yelchin died?
A Russian-born, Jewish actor would have been of special interest to the Hollywood moguls because of his first name. Anton happens to be the first name of the founder of the Church of Satan, Anton LeVey.
Conspiracy theorists suggest that throughout Yelchin's films there were clues of his planned sacrifice embedded in cryptic words and images that only Hollywood elite, devil-worshippers understand. This is a world that operates below the surface, which laughs at the stupidity of the masses.
Or were they just coincidences?
Anton's first starring role was in the 2001 film, Hearts in Atlantis, (HIA) which was released barely two weeks after the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers. Prior to this he had small parts in Along Came a Spider.
Anton plays Bobby, who as an adult remembers himself when he was eleven years old, which was forty years in the past. The song Ain't That A Shame plays in the background.
The main character is Ted Brautigan played by Anthony Hopkins. He comes from parts unknown and hires Bobby to read the newspapers to him since he claims his eyesight is very poor. They develop a strong relationship. As the film progresses it becomes obvious that Ted is highly psychic, apparently seeing much more than he could see even with his regular eyes. This includes a person's darkest secrets. He confronts the school bully with his knowledge, stopping him from picking on Bobby. He is also aware that Bobby's mother is self-absorbed and selfish. She feels burdened bringing up her son by herself since Bobby's father died when he was five years old. Her dark secret is that she was raped at a convention after she was duped into attending using her vanity against her.
Ted warns Bobby about the "Low Men" that wear dark clothing, hats and travel in dark cars. They are coming for him and cast "long shadows". He has something they want very much. He tells Bobby that he'll know they're in town when he sees ads posted for lost dogs.
Who do they represent; Men in Black, spiritual Men in White or henchmen for the New World Order?
Ted warns Bobby, "they'll be coming after you too".
Ted also recognizes that Bobby has special abilities such as that he was able to beat a swindler at an amusement park with his mind powers. He recognizes the same power in Bobby's friend played by Mika Boorem.
In one scene, Ted asks Bobby, “Do you know what’s going on around you?” The boy replies, “I won’t let the Boogie Man get you.” They laugh. References to death are unmistakable throughout the film.
Eventually Bobby (Anton) see posters for lost dogs posted on telephone poles and he knows the Low Men are near and looking for Ted. He witnesses they hustle Ted into the backseat of a car and drive away with him. This takes place in a dark alley with a bright neon pawn shop sign in the background. Was Bobby a pawn, are we are all pawns?
Bobby leaves the town soon after. He never sees Ted again and loses contact with his girlfriend. He returns forty years later to find out she has died. He meets her daughter Molly, and he gives her a photo he had of her mother which he always carried with him. In it she had butterfly wings. This is a well known symbol for MK-Ultra mind control, disguised as an innocuous insect known for transformation. It's frequently see on album covers, celebrity clothing and publicity photos.
In flashbacks, Bobby narrates and says, “That summer was the last summer of my childhood. Ted gave me an enduring gift; he made me open my eyes and let the future in. I wouldn’t have missed a minute of it. Not for anything in the world.”
What did the film mean on deeper levels? Masonic symbols and ideas and clues to an utterly magical world of transcendence were seen everywhere. Disney would be very proud.
Ted’s last message to the boy in the alley as he was whisked away by the Cosmic Police or whatever…was the Hand… Five fingers pressed upon the back window of the car. It’s a sign to Bobby or to young actor, Anton Yelchin. Insiders know it as a death sign.
The film ends with Bobby getting what he wants: his Schwinn bike. He rides into the distance on a lone, country road with a lot of woods on either side. Symbolic of the future?
Are celebrities fully aware of their choices and repercussions of their decisions, and make the dark choices anyway? Unspeakable and the most depraved actions as willing ‘slaves' will be required of them. This is done in order to blackmail them as well as to corrupt those who were not willing until then. They commit murders called sacrifices or blood oath rituals in exchange for "golden opportunities".
Prior to his breakout Star Trek film he played the lead in Charlie Barlett. In 2002, Yelchin played a child in the TV mini-Series, produced by Steven Spielberg, Taken. In 2003, Anton appeared in an episode of Without a Trace. There is a common theme of lost or missing children. Symbolic for those in the "industry" or those trafficked for elites in pedo-rings?
In 2004, he played Jack in the TV movie Jack and in the House of D. In 2005, he worked in the movie Fierce People. The following is a blurb for it:
Finn (Anton Yelchin) is a teenager trying to escape his drug-addicted mother (Diane Lane) by going to study tribal people. His hopes are dashed when he gets caught scoring drugs for her, and she decides to start their lives over by moving them in with her massage client, billionaire Ogden (Donald Sutherland). At first, Finn indulges in the luxury around him and falls for Ogden’s granddaughter (Kristen Stewart), but he soon finds that the rich can be more savage than any group in the wild.
Is this is the dark side of the Hollywood industry symbolized by the Sutherland character? Once more the character indulges himself in the luxury of the elites (like Kubrick), only to be sadly disappointed in the truth behind it all.
He 2006 he worked in Alpha Dog, a deeply disturbing portrayal of murder, loosely based on a real case.
Were these his choices for roles or was he told to do them? The idea being that as a rich slave, you bring in others underneath you, much like a pyramid scheme. A "casting couch" or "gang initiation" or "awful hazing" of forced violence and homosexual acts among young "toughs", show who's in charge and that all must do the bidding of the Master. This is what happens in Hollywood and what the price of fame is. It is not mentioned out in the open publicly, but the truth is disguised in plain sight and called "drama".
In the film Alpha Dog when the youths are taking the clueless boy (Anton) to his death, Anton says: “My parents are going to kill me when I get back.” Another disassociation with parents and everything moral and right.
Were there signs of his murder purposely placed in his films?
Take his 2013 film Odd Thomas where there is a scene where he is almost pinned by a back jeep.
In 2014, Anton starred in a film called Rudderless, similar to a film he did in 2015 titled The Driftless Area. This is the blurb for it: “When a man returns to his hometown after his parents die, he becomes involved in a dangerous situation with a woman and a violent criminal.”
Anton, or the character Pierre, thumbs a ride on a country road from a man that unbeknownst to him is a criminal. Pierre carries a symbolic rosebush. They soon fight in the cabin of the truck. The criminal takes the roses and drives off. Pierre throws a rock; knocks him out and the truck crashes off the road. Inside he finds a bag full of money and takes it. Predictably the criminal searches for his money. A song comes on the radio with hidden relevance, "But a man can't face himself. Too much guilt to hide. I wish I could be free... this never-ending life. But the risk of losing face makes the price much too high. So I'll go on... living the Big Lie. The Big Lie... "
Pierre falls into a deep, water-filled well. He is trapped overnight, seemingly about to die. He is saved by ‘Stella,’ played by Zooey Deschanel. Stella is an odd character, who lost her memory after being in a fire. She begins a weird relationship with Pierre by telling him that since she saved his life he now owes her.
Stanley Kubrick confessed to having witnessed a murder by the ‘Elites’ of the world. Are we viewing similar symbols in The Driftless Area? In Yelchin's 15-year film career he is always the nice guy, the victim. His characters always seemed to be on the road to Death. Did this mirror his real life?
Later in the film we realize Stella is strange, because she's a ghost. She died in the fire. At the end Pierre is killed in the woods and he is led into the light by whatever Stella had become. Another film that ended with Anton's character dying.
In 2015, he co-starred with Patrick Stewart in a low-budget movie titled Green Room. This was a strange choice for Stewart who was known for theatrical Shakespeare before his role as Captain Jean Luc Picard.
In the story Stewart owns a club, and a punk band who played there witness a violent murder. They were not going to shut up about it. Inevitably the character played by Anton and his bandmates are slated for death by Stewart and his henchmen. Another role with a character marked for death.
Yelchin's other co-star was Jonathan Jackson. Both Jackson and Yelchin portrayed Kyle Reese a character in the Terminator movies at separate times. Another word for being killed is being terminated. Did Yelchin die at the hands of a machine like the fictional Kyle Reese? Was that role another foreshadowing of how Anton would meet his strange end?
Considering the title of the film, The Green Room, you can ask yourself the significance of it. There is none, within the context of the film that is. Green rooms are waiting rooms where the actor waits before their performance. Is this a reminder that "actors" work and get money at the behest of their "handlers"?
The answers are extremely complex and rarely ever simple. They are hard to see or understand. There are enough clues and coincidences to be suspicious that devious things truly happen beneath the two-dimensional, innocent, fake surface of film celluloid.
In 2010, Randy Quaid, an Oscar nominated star fled to Canada from the US after claiming he was on a hit list of a group of mysterious killers known as 'star whackers'.
Source - WorldMysteries
Stranger Than Fiction Stories by M.P. Pellicer