The Evil Within: Occult Symbolism [TEAMWORK?]

I know this board is ass compared to what it used to be, but I have something cool we could investigate that definitely has occult symbolism in it that touches on concepts that are not in mainstream occultism. Basically, it's probably stuff only THEY know.

The Evil Within's a horror game revolving around being trapped in a matrix governed by a strong Saturnian archetype, also very Luciferian. Some maniac managed to create a kind of replicated world/matrix where only he (Ruvik) is in control and it only works with his brain, so nobody else can control it.

Some organization asks for permission to remove these restrictions, Ruvik rejects it and the organization kills him, takes his brain and uses it as the template for their plan to take over the world and merge it with our world in the future, possibly. (So it could relate to the astral plane or something)

Ruvik now exists bound within this hellish matrix world as a kind of ghost they can't eradicate. It definitely parallels the castration of Saturn by Jupiter.

It also implies that Jupiter/Zeus is working under the template of Saturn and cannot necessarily kill him. This could explain the stories behind "God" and "Satan". "God"/Jupiter overthrew Saturn and tried to take over his world.

There's also another interesting aspect, that being the fact that Ruvik/Cronus[?] is looking for a physical vessel to enter into our world again, that being some albino schizo that looks like those paintings of Lucifer you see. Very bird-like. (Phoenix symbolism?) Could be that "Lucifer" is actually possessed by Saturn in some way. Parallels the fall of Osiris and the rise of Horus, kind of.
Maybe Ruvik is supposed to be Ra, I'm not too sure.

Here's a link to do some more research: https://theevilwithin.fandom.com/wiki/The_Evil_Within
Use all of the resources you can find if you're gonna be looking into this. You might find something significant.

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  1. 2 months ago
    ? /x/ 64789 OxO

    Let's do something together for once instead of incoherently babbling about the same things over and over.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nerd nerd nerd

    • 2 months ago
      ? /x/ 64789 OxO

      Lol I'm not a nerd, I'm just good at pattern recognition. But seriously, there's something here. You all should look into it. There's very deep symbolism in all kinds of popular media.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    "Sebastian learns of the story of Ruvik, born Ruben Victoriano, through various memories that Ruvik places him in. Ruben was an intellectually gifted but mentally unstable child, and was close to his sister, Laura. While playing in a barn on their family's estate, Laura was killed and Ruben severely burned after the barn was set on fire as an act of revenge against their parents. Ruben's father began hiding him in the basement of the family manor. Deeply traumatized over Laura's death, Ruben eventually killed both of his parents, took control of their fortune, and continued to "donate" money to Beacon Mental Hospital in exchange for test subjects for his experiments into the human psyche."

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      "Ruvik began designing STEM as a means for him to reshape reality, so that he could physically travel back into his memories and live his life again with Laura. Jimenez then took notice of Ruvik's work, and revealed it to Mobius, who wished to use it for their own purposes. However, with the machine only being calibrated to work with Ruvik as its center, Mobius were forced to use Ruvik's brain after killing him, which allowed Ruvik to maintain control of the STEM world. Kidman realizes that Mobius in fact wants the meek Leslie as a replacement for Ruvik's brain - an easily manipulated 'blank slate' mind, which they can use to power STEM and create a world of their own design.

      When Dr. Jimenez, aided by Sebastian, tries to use Leslie to return to reality, he realizes that Ruvik wants to transfer his mind to a compatible host, and escape into the real world. A beast created from Ruvik's subconscious then kills Jimenez, and Ruvik scatters the group across his mind. Kidman finds Leslie first, and is about to shoot him to prevent Ruvik from using him as a host, when Sebastian and Joseph intervene, prompting her to shoot Joseph, before Ruvik separates them again. Kidman tries desperately to turn against Mobius, but realizes that she has been given a serum which has allowed Mobius to travel into the STEM world with her."

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Ruben eventually killed both of his parents
      One way ticket to hell, bro.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        His parents were absolute c**ts though. They deserved it.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Doesn't matter, he could have just not been a mentally ill moron. Second game was trash btw

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Disappointing .

    Guess I'll keep the super secret esoteric knowledge to myself.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I guess you gotta stop believing in the old laws if you wanna make it going forward
      Alternatively, ywnmi

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Interesting thread. I noticed the whole mirror symbolism, the sunflower symbolism both associated with masonry. Also a painting with an eye hidden behind a curtain. Don't think I noticed more things tho, apart from the posters about horror movies

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I loved the first game. Beat it in akumu

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