X-men is a comic book series of Marvel Comics, created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in 1963 and Hollywood film franchise of 20th Century Fox, used to announce a new mutant race, to push the Luciferian gay-transgender agenda and transhumanist agenda, according to the Book of Revelation. Marvel is a reference to John Marvel 'Jack' Parsons (who experimented with nuclear radiation on fetuses) and Professor Marvel in Wizard of Oz. X is a symbol of Saturn, the Galactic Cross, the Osiris risen pose. Stan Lee also created Fantastic Four, Black Panther, Hulk, Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Black Widow, Thor, Daredevil, Ant-Man,..Jack Kirby made a comic version of The Prisoner and Disney's The Black Hole.


1963 The Uncanny X-men (theories of Sigmund Freud about the Uncanny, Barons Strange of the Oddfellows).

1966 Marvel Super Heroes

1969 reptilian character Sauron.

1974 character Wolverine (wolf symbolism).

1975 introduction of Ilyana Rasputin (black magic of Grigori Rasputin) and Krakao (island programming).

1978 introduction of gender fluid character Raven/Mystique. character Darwin (mutants as next step in Darwinian evolution)

1980 character Kitty Pryde (kitten programming) and Emma Frost, the Hellfire Club (club of Francis Dashwood and Benjamin Franklin).

1981 character Caliban (cannibal, Noble Savage of Shakespeare's The Tempest).

1982 character William Stryker (based on televangelist Jerry Falwell).

1985 character Legion with dissociative identity disorder.

1992 20th Century Fox tv series X-men.

2000 X-men Evolution. X-men (one eye poster) Bryan Singer (gay agenda)  Patrick Stewart (gay agenda, Star Trek) Ian McKellen (gay agenda, creation of new race in Lord of the Rings) as Auschwitz survivor Magneto Hugh Jackman Anna Paquin (True Blood) Halle Berry James Marsden Rebecca Romijn Femke Janssen produced by Richard Donner and Lauren Diane Schuler (Antichrist movies The Omen) and Ralph Winter (Star Trek). Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier with a device linked to his pineal gland. predictive programming of the 911 Twin Towers ritual. Casa Loma in Toronto used as Xavier's Institute.

2003 X2 (one eye) Alan Cumming (gay agenda) Kate Stewart (Disney's A Wrinkle In Time) as Kitty Pryde Brian Cox. introduction of character Azazel (Book of Enoch) with magic spell and mind control abilities.

2006 X-men the Last Stand (San Francisco Golden Gate bridge as DNA ladder) Aaron Stanford Brett Ratner (NYU, Red Dragon) Kelsey Grammer Elliott Page (transgender agenda).

The Omen Liev Schreiber.

2009 X-men Origins: Wolverine (3 nails=3 vav's=666) Hugh Jackman Liev Schreiber (The Omen) Danny Huston will.i.am Dominic Monaghan written by David Benioff (son of Stephen Friedman, president of NY Federal Reserve). Osiris Risen pose.

2011 X-men First Class (Cuban Missile Crisis with JFK) James McAvoy January Jones Rose Byrne Jennifer Lawrence as Raven/Mystique (blue bird, dissociation to switch to alter of Project Bluebird) Kevin Bacon (helmet cult of Athena of Francis Bacon) Zoe Kravitz Oliver Platt as CIA agent Jason Flemyng (as member of the Hellfire Club) Michael Fassbender (Prometheus, Inglourious Basterds announcing the James Holmes Phoenix ritual) Matthew Vaughn (married to Claudia Schiffer, later married David Copperfield) Ray Wise torture scene with masonic floor


shot in Mojave desert (Babalon Workings of Jack Parsons)

2013 The Wolverine

2014 X-men Days of Future Past Ellen Page (transgender agenda) Peter Dinklage reference to Buckminster Fuller.

2016 X-men Apocalypse (Book of Revelation) tagline Only the Strong Will Survive (Social Darwinism) Oscar Isaac (resurrection of Osiris) Nicholas Hoult  Olivia Munn (PETA) one eye pyramid symbolism

Deadpool Ryan Reynolds (relationship with Scarlett Johansson)

2017 Legion. Logan Patrick Stewart Stephen Merchant (BBC show The Office) as Caliban.

2018 Deadpool 2 Josh Brolin

2019 Dark Phoenix Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) Jessica Chastain

2020 The New Mutants Anya Taylor-Joy Maisee Williams Alice Braga Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things)

the gay-transgender agenda

Jennifer Lawrence