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Tarantino's Star Trek
« on: June 26, 2019, 09:12:02 PM »
The notorious Theodora Minsk, has a theory that Quentin Tarantino, knew before he wrote Pulp Fiction, that he would one day make a Star Trek, and that it was William Shatner, who told him so.  She predicts that the feature will involve, The Great Red Spot on Jupiter, slavery, and the death of James T. Kirk.

Tarantino's Star Trek
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2019, 09:14:15 PM »
THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)
RE: What did Quentin Tarantino Know and When Did He Know It?
http://www.enterprisemission.com/moon1.htm

As you must know, Richard, Quentin Tarantino is about to make a Star Trek, feature film.
My theory predicts that it will involve the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, slavery, and the death of James T Kirk.  It would seem that Tarantino knew prior to writing Pulp Fiction, that he was going to do so.

{...Stay tuned...!}

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqhLjYhyooyUlMkrJHVKxzA/discussion


THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)

Early in Pulp Fiction, Vincent and Jules have an intermittent, ongoing dialogue about foot massage.  Vincent informs Jules that he has been assigned to escort their boss, Marseilles' wife Mia out on a date while he tends to other business.  One other occasion for that is rumored to have  involved the escort  giving Mia a foot massage.  That employee fell from a balcony for reasons not entirely clear.  Vincent is apprehensive about taking Mia out, in light of that coincidence, but he does take her out.  She wants to go dancing. 

Which is more intimate, dancing or a foot massage?

Well, neither of those would be as bad as overdosing the date on heroin, but that's what Vincent does.  He then takes her to the dealer's house and demands a black magic marker from the dealer's psycho bitch, who hands him a red one instead, because she can't let Mia die, but she's not his fucking slave.

Vincent marks a dot on Mia's boob as a target to slam a hypodermic needle into her heart, in order to give her a shot of adrenaline as an antidote.  If he had used black ink, the resulting tattoo might have passed for a mole.  Marseilles doesn't give a shit about Mia, much.  He can't even be bothered to take her dancing.  She's a trophy wife.  He owns her.  She's his property; like a slave.  He never tossed Vincent off of a balcony.  In fact Vincent got killed by Marseilles' enemy for being stupid.

Confirmation of the significance of the red dot, is where at the end of the night, Mia tells Vincent a joke about a tomato that becomes a red dot.  Then, at the end of Kill Bill 1, Uma Thurman, who played Mia, sits in her plane seat, Katana at her side, writing, Death List Five, with alternating red and black magic markers.

Was it William Shatner who disclosed to QT that he would one day make a Star Trek movie?  Is Kill Bill in fact homage to William Shatner?


THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)

The Federation encounters the Anunnaki who return to enslave mankind.  The Jupiter mystery is explored, and like Edith Keeler, James T Kirk, must die.


THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)

To summarize, Hoagland didn't write Part Seven of A Moon With A View, because when he said at the end of Part Six to "Stay Tuned," he was waiting along with everyone else for new data to be discovered for him to write about. Hoagland never says goodbye; he always says, "Stay Tuned".

A Moon With A View, is largely about how science fiction writers have demonstrated knowledge beyond conventional science, and in astounding detail which is hard to imagine how it could have ever been imagined; as if it were provided from a super advanced source.

My point is that Quentin Tarantino has foreshadowed from his second film on, that he knew that he would one day make a Star Trek feature, and that it would involve the Great Red Spot on Jupiter. It's as if decades ago, a super advanced source informed QT about what is actually the deal with Jupiter, that otherwise is generally unknown about Jupiter to this very day.

If one wished to study Jupiter, where would be the best location to base a research center? On that planet, itself? It's just a big ball of gas. How about on a nice solid satellite, in a stable orbit around the next door planet, where it would have a wide yet close view of the entire scene, conveniently located for frequent excisions to the object of study?

A Moon With A View, of what?

Jupiter.

Tarantino's Star Trek
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2019, 09:29:09 PM »
THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)
RE: What did Quentin Tarantino Know and When Did He Know It?
http://www.enterprisemission.com/moon1.htm

As you must know, Richard, Quentin Tarantino is about to make a Star Trek, feature film.
My theory predicts that it will involve the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, slavery, and the death of James T Kirk.  It would seem that Tarantino knew prior to writing Pulp Fiction, that he was going to do so.

{...Stay tuned...!}

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqhLjYhyooyUlMkrJHVKxzA/discussion


THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)

Early in Pulp Fiction, Vincent and Jules have an intermittent, ongoing dialogue about foot massage.  Vincent informs Jules that he has been assigned to escort their boss, Marseilles' wife Mia out on a date while he tends to other business.  One other occasion for that is rumored to have  involved the escort  giving Mia a foot massage.  That employee fell from a balcony for reasons not entirely clear.  Vincent is apprehensive about taking Mia out, in light of that coincidence, but he does take her out.  She wants to go dancing. 

Which is more intimate, dancing or a foot massage?

Well, neither of those would be as bad as overdosing the date on heroin, but that's what Vincent does.  He then takes her to the dealer's house and demands a black magic marker from the dealer's psycho bitch, who hands him a red one instead, because she can't let Mia die, but she's not his fucking slave.

Vincent marks a dot on Mia's boob as a target to slam a hypodermic needle into her heart, in order to give her a shot of adrenaline as an antidote.  If he had used black ink, the resulting tattoo might have passed for a mole.  Marseilles doesn't give a shit about Mia, much.  He can't even be bothered to take her dancing.  She's a trophy wife.  He owns her.  She's his property; like a slave.  He never tossed Vincent off of a balcony.  In fact Vincent got killed by Marseilles' enemy for being stupid.

Confirmation of the significance of the red dot, is where at the end of the night, Mia tells Vincent a joke about a tomato that becomes a red dot.  Then, at the end of Kill Bill 1, Uma Thurman, who played Mia, sits in her plane seat, Katana at her side, writing, Death List Five, with alternating red and black magic markers.

Was it William Shatner who disclosed to QT that he would one day make a Star Trek movie?  Is Kill Bill in fact homage to William Shatner?


THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)

The Federation encounters the Anunnaki who return to enslave mankind.  The Jupiter mystery is explored, and like Edith Keeler, James T Kirk, must die.


THE Orbs Whiperer
1 week ago (edited)

To summarize, Hoagland didn't write Part Seven of A Moon With A View, because when he said at the end of Part Six to "Stay Tuned," he was waiting along with everyone else for new data to be discovered for him to write about. Hoagland never says goodbye; he always says, "Stay Tuned".

A Moon With A View, is largely about how science fiction writers have demonstrated knowledge beyond conventional science, and in astounding detail which is hard to imagine how it could have ever been imagined; as if it were provided from a super advanced source.

My point is that Quentin Tarantino has foreshadowed from his second film on, that he knew that he would one day make a Star Trek feature, and that it would involve the Great Red Spot on Jupiter. It's as if decades ago, a super advanced source informed QT about what is actually the deal with Jupiter, that otherwise is generally unknown about Jupiter to this very day.

If one wished to study Jupiter, where would be the best location to base a research center? On that planet, itself? It's just a big ball of gas. How about on a nice solid satellite, in a stable orbit around the next door planet, where it would have a wide yet close view of the entire scene, conveniently located for frequent excisions to the object of study?

A Moon With A View, of what?

Jupiter.