Raya and the Last Dragon: The Watchers Story Retold (a Parents Biblical Review)

by | Jun 11, 2021

 

FINALLY, Disney is discarding the exoteric trope for a somewhat honest esoteric reality. I say somewhat, and that is because on every continent, dragonlore hearkens us back to the ancient (and still present) worship of the serpent. I’ve just described for you Raya and the Last Dragon, which is to say: Serpent worship. Oops, SPOILER ALERT. Too late? You will tell me the movie is dragon worship rather than serpent worship. Same thing. Name any ancient civilization. Go ahead. Try it. Egypt. Babylon. Greece. Persia. The Aztecs or the Mayans. Serpent worship. My serial readers are probably sick of me saying it, but it needs to be told repeatedly. Exposés such as these are what I happen to love about Hebrew Scripture. Every other ancient (and modern) culture provably worships the Serpent, whereas only Scripture exposes it for what it truly is. This will be a short review. No promises though.

Of course, it’s not just the worship of the Serpent which is told among nearly every people group of the world. The tower of Babel and the 200 Watchers of Enoch are religiously rehearsed among our storytellers, but done so in a way that the profane viewer needn’t know about it. Don’t worry, Raya and the Last Dragon covers those too. Only here, they are inverted and then reverently retold from the opposing perspective, exactly as we would expect them to be. That is to say, Yahuah is not the one to be revered. Rather, the Creator is the very reason why humanity must unite together—so that his throne may be toppled, and the Most-High Elohim murdered.

 

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What, don’t believe me? Among their pantheon of gods, show me a single Disney movie or product which honors Yahuah, the Elohim of Scripture. I’ll wait. While you scour the Disney vaults in your search, hoping to prove me wrong, I encourage you to take a closer look at the Disney logo. It’s shown before every movie. The castle, surrounded by a blue or purple gradient backdrop, should immediately come to mind. There are various versions of the logo through the Disney decades, but they’re nearly always the same. A wishing star blazes an arched trail above its turrets. We are told it is a reference to the star goddess from Pinocchio, which I have pointedly proven in a past Gods of Disney paper is Isis. Pinocchio. Sometimes it is Tinker Bell blazing across the screen. Same difference though. And that is because the castle is stretching its fingertips into the ethereal realm.

I have never seen a single version to the Disney logo whereas the spiritual entity manages to leap above the highest turret. That’s how high this castle reaches into the heavens. Impressive, aye? Also, it has 6 flags. Might want to take a note of that.

If you’re still not following what I’m getting at, the Disney castle is the Tower of Babel. This time it is successful, as we are already seeing a single tower piercing through the firmament. In Hebrew it’s the Raqiya. But in English we simply call it the firmament. Fact checkers can refer to Strong’s 7549 in their Bible Lexicons. Raqiya describes an extended surface, a solid expanse used as a base or support. A vault of heaven supporting waters above. So, yeah, space is fake. But that’s a discussion for another time. As I had already started to mention, that was the entire purpose of the Tower of Babel. To break through the firmament and murder Yahuah, the Most-High Elohim.

The account can be found in the Book of Jasher, where-in we read:

25 And the building of the tower was unto them a transgression and a sin, and they began to build it, and while they were building against Yahuah Elohiym of heaven, they imagined in their hearts to war against him and to ascend into heaven.

26 And all these people and all the families divided themselves in three parts; the first said We will ascend into heaven and fight against him; the second said We will ascend to heaven and place our own elohiym there and serve them; and the third part said, We will ascend to heaven and smite him with bows and spears’; and Elohiym knew all their works and all their evil thoughts, and he saw the city and the tower which they were building.

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Jasher 9:25-26 [Cepher]

 

 

The nations of the world were not divided until after Babel. That was by Yahuah’s doing. So that they could no longer conspire to murder him. In Raya, we are given a backwards and rather nostalgic glance to the Pangaea existence that had proceeded her own present civilization, hundreds of years earlier, before the world was thrown into confusion. It was called the lost kingdom of Kumandra. Reminds you of kundalini—don’t it? The coiled serpent just waiting to be woken in the chakra of each participating man, woman, and child. It’s a yogic thing.

We are even given an aerial view of Kumandra. If I’m not mistaken, that’s a serpentine-like dragon. Mm-hmm, I knew it. To further direct our attention towards the chakra reality, each people-group inhabits a different internal organ or bodily appendage of the dragon—as geography goes. We are told the five regions are called Heart, Fang, Spine, Talon and Tail. Raya is from Heart, a land that is “filled with magic through a crystal containing the last source of dragon power.” Of course, the inhabitants of every other dragon body part want the crystal for their own power. But that is only because they are not connected to the heart, you see, and therefore cannot possibly listen to its ancient message. What message is that—you ask. It’s a Hollywood message. It’s practically the same tiresome message in every single Hollywood movie too. Listen to your heart. If only they would listen to their heart, you see, then the people would become united, and evil vanquished forever. Sure. And no surprise, it will take Raya to convince every other member of the dragon’s body why they should. To unite the world under a restored worship of the dragons—duh.

 

 

Naturally, the people of Fang are fierce warriors. All bark and no bite? Hardly. We find our main antagonist there, Namaari. Tons of bite, if you ask me. Elsewhere, Talon is described as the crossroads and a bustling marketplace, much as you would expect the hands of a body in commerce. However, since the entire dragon body is out of alignment, and in obvious need of a world-aligning chiropractor, you can see how the representative from Talon would be a con baby. I’m sure con baby would never con us, if only she learned to self-identify with the heart or whatever.

Quick reminder regarding the heart.

The heart is deceitful above all things
and beyond cure.
Who can understand it?

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Jeremiah 17:9

 

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I might as well point out the eye of Horus reference, as most movies nowadays are operating as initiations into the ancient rites. It just so happens to be found in Raya’s homeland. Go figure. There it is—Heart of the dragon in more ways than one. Disney is a Corporation and they therefore have a penchant for product placement. They like to let us in on their Corporate sponsorship. The Mysteries of Isis.

 

 

All that remains of the ancient dragon race in Raya’s divided world is the teal one—Sisu. When the unified kingdom of Kumandra was still a reality, there was a rather large family of them. We are not told how many. In Enoch, there were exactly 200 Watchers who came down to Earth and taught humanity the mysteries of heaven. Again, the same telling can be found on every continent and in every civilization. Whether they are dressed up as the Ascended Masters, the ancient aliens, or the Anunnaki of Babylon, they are always humanities illuminators and liberators. In Raya and the Last Dragon, they’re the defenders of humanity. Only Scripture exposes them for what they truly are. Angels in rebellion against the Creator.

 

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Despite the intended inversion, there are several aspects to Sisu and her family which clearly mirrors the Watchers of Enoch. Though in actuality serpentine, Sisu can take on human form. Enoch furthermore tells us that the ethereal beings are in actuality stewards of nature. Sometimes even personifications of it. One example of an angelic steward can be found in Revelation.

And after these things I saw four angels standing on the four corners of the earth, holding the four winds of the earth, that the wind should not blow on the earth, nor on the sea, nor on any tree.

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Revelation 7:1

See what I mean? But then consider the lightning streaking across a stormy sky. Call it Science if you must (in the post-Newtonian materialistic sense of the word), but according to Enoch, that’s an angel. This furthermore explains why Sisu can manipulate nature. She’s a Watcher. You will tell me Sisu’s abilities are magical in nature. Same thing. Imagine if you had the ability to blanket San Francisco in fog. That would be magic now, wouldn’t it? Everyone would call you a Wizard. Unless you were an angel tasked with the assignment and nobody could see you. Then it would be Science.

In 1 Enoch, Yahuah tells the prophet that, though the Watchers may have offered humanity “the mysteries of heaven,” they were only worthless ones, as never once did they instruct the people they lorded over in holy set-apart living through obedience to His Law. What this means is, the Watchers were not concerned with anyone’s salvation. In Psalm 82, Yahuah tells the 70 elohim who rule over humanity the very same message. If they refuse to teach His Torah, thereby allowing wickedness to continue, then they will die like men in the end. Obeying Torah. You will tell me it’s an Old Testament thing. The title “Old Testament” was created by the scribes and then reinforced by the clergy to distract your from its present authority. That’s not what everybody’s heart tells them to do though, naturally. You will tell me the Law has been done away with. But that’s impossible, as the Law itself explicitly states that it cannot be done away with. Contrarily, anyone who says it has been done away with is a false teacher or a false prophet, no matter their faith or denomination. Take as long as you need to think about that.

Torah says much about its current standing, but here is just one of them.

 

30 But the being who does whatever defiantly, whether he is native or a stranger, he reviles יהוה, and that being shall be cut off from among his people.

31 Because he has despised the word of יהוה, and has broken His command, that being shall certainly be cut off, his crookedness is upon him.’

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Numbers 15:30-31

 

You will tell me that you are not a child of Abraham, and therefore are under no obligation to be obedient to Yahuah’s Law. First off, there is no possible way for you to know that, as there is a far greater likelihood that you are descended from Abraham but don’t know it. Why risk it? Secondly, Numbers 15 makes it absolutely clear that the native and the stranger are expected to keep it, should they enter the congregation. If not, they will be “cut off” from inheriting the land—eternally. You will tell me that you do not currently live in the land. That may be so, but everybody wants a slice of the pie. Do you want to inherit it or not? That’s for you to decide. You’ve just been shown how. Yahusha Messiah arrived to show everybody how and they killed him for it.

Here’s how the Targum phrases the same passage:

….as well for the native born of the children of Israel, and for the stranger who sojourn among you, there shall be one law for him who transgresseth through ignorance; but a man who transgresseth with presumption, whether of the native born or strangers, and who turneth not away from his sin before Yahuah, he causeth anger, and that man shall perish from among his people; for the primal word which Yahuah commanded on Sinai he hath despised, and hath made the commandment of circumcision vain;  with destruction in this world shall that man be destroyed; in the world that cometh shall he give account of his sin at the great day of judgement. Because he hath despised the Word of Yahuah, and broken His commandments, that soul shall perish, and shall bear his sin.

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Numbers 15:30-31 [Targum]

I have highlighted much, but really, I should have taken the marker to the entire thing. In later times, who did away with circumcision? That person has a name, and it wasn’t Yahusha Messiah. It says right here that those who despise the Law also despise the Word, as Yahusha is the one who spoke it to begin with. You know who the liberator of humanity is, don’t you? It’s the same individual who is endlessly employed by the clergy to disprove the rest of Scripture and explain how none of its Laws are relevant for you. Kind of makes you wonder about his legitimacy, if he’s freeing you from something which, by its own definition, is the eternal standard for holy living. But wasn’t it all spelled out for us in the beginning? It was. The tree of knowledge of good and evil may be a counterfeit tree of life, but it’s so much more appetizing to the self-appointed wisdom found within. Corporations only sell us the counterfeit one. Best to keep forsaking the seven feasts of Yahuah, as found in the menorah, and continue laying presents under that Nimrod Christmas tree then.

 

Raya and the Last Dragon

 

Lest I forget, the dragons of Kaya’s world are purposed with defending humanity against a mindless plague called the Druun. Contrarily in Scripture, Yahuah the Most-High Elohim imprisoned the serpentine Watchers in the earth and then divided a rebellious people at Babel. So too does the evil Druun turn the self-sacrificing dragons to stone, furthermore dividing one kingdom into many nations. See what I mean? Repackaged and inverted. By now, all of this should make sense to you. It is only Scripture which exposes all, but the Corporations pushing these counterfeit products thrive in the darkness and cannot possibly fathom the light. The light is only darkness to them. It’s why Yahusha’s Father is constantly cast as the villain.

One final thought. The Drunn shackled down humanity by turning them to stone. Can anybody say Gnosticism? I didn’t think to bring it up earlier, as my serial reader should easily be able to figure that out now on their own. That being said, I couldn’t help but notice how those turned to stone by the Druun are preserved in a worshipful pose. Why would anyone want to to worship the Druun in their death, particularly if the Drunn is darkness to them? Probably has nothing to do with Isaiah, when the prophet said:

To me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear allegiance

Isaiah 45.23

 

 

Noel

 

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