Tuesday, July 8, 2014
The legend of Sophia Stewart...
In 1979, Sophia Stewart attended the City University of New York and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, she then went to the University of Southern California and studied cinema at the USC Film school. While at USC, she got a job with Columbia film studios working in the vice president's office, and in her time away from work, she wrote scripts and movie treatments. In 1981, one of these found it's way to a vice president of Twentieth Century Fox (TCF). One of TCF's vice presidents asked her if she'd written anything else. After Sophia sent a six page movie treatment to the VP, she was commissioned to write for movies and television.
Throughout this time Sophia had been working on and completed a script titled, 'The third eye'. She proceeded to shop it around to various Hollywood producers and movie studios, but was never contacted about any offers to purchase her work.
In 1986, she saw an ad in a national magazine that was looking for a science fiction manuscript that could be turned into a comic book. So Sophia sent her script. And this is how the 'Wachowski brothers' got a hold of her work.
Larry (now Lana) and Andy Wachowski were born and raised in Chicago. Both were college drop-outs who ran a carpentry business while creating comic books. The Wachowski's wrote for Marvel Comic's 'Razorline' imprint before branching out to film making. They created a script titled 'Assassins' that was eventually acquired by Warner Brothers, who gave them the rights to do two more films in a three picture deal. Now, the script for 'Assassins' was completely rewritten by the author Brian Helglend, and it's said that the Wachowski's tried to take their names off the writing credits, but couldn't. (Yeah right...you'll see why that's probably a lie later).
The Wachowski's moved on to their next film project, this time making their debut as film directors with a homoerotic 'techno' thriller called 'Bound'. Mind you, the brothers were not only giving the public hints about their sexual orientation, but with the fake writing credits for 'Assassins', they were showing their penchant for underhanded behavior. And after this is when they acquired the script by sista Sophia Stewart...and it would change all of their lives forever.
In 1999, Sophia went to see the movie 'The Matrix' with a friend. After watching several minutes of the film, she turned to her friend saying, "I wrote this..." She in effect realized that someone at Warner Brothers, namely the Wachowski's, had stolen her script.
Now, in case you were wondering, that wasn't a typo when I wrote about Larry Wachowski turning into Lana. This guy is so mentally unstable he actually got a sex change. Pictured to the left is a photo of the Wachowski brothers while they were still writing comics.
Then, after they came into some money behind their plagiarized 'Matrix' success, Larry got surgery to become Lana, as pictured to the right. The person that says success makes you who you really are, wasn't lying.
In 1994, Sophia filed a lawsuit against Warner Brothers films and the Wachowski brothers for copyright infringement and racketeering.
After a decade of litigation, Sophia finally won her lawsuit presided over in the Central District of California; and she will recover damages from all the Matrix movies, as well as 'The Terminator' movie franchise.
But what does 'The Matrix' have to do with 'The Terminator'? As Sophia states, these two movies are one in the same. Sophia's book 'The third eye' chronicles how The story portrayed in 'The Terminator' is in essence the 'pre-quel' to 'The Matrix'.
Sophia says she was blown away when she saw George Lucas' 'Star Wars' movie. And it gave her the idea to write a story about the second coming of christ, and how he'd have to battle machines, or cyborgs that would essentially try to control humanity in the future.
Sophia also says, "Sarah Connor is 'Neo's' mother..." And she explains how in her script and book John Connor was an adolescent Neo who at thirty is found by rebel factions (Morpheus--played by Lawrence Fishburn and his crew) and taught how to fight the 'machines' (Agent Smith and his factions) to save humanity. Sophia also says the 'JC' in John Connor's name stands for jesus christ. She also explains that 'The Terminator' movie(s) are the 'machines' attempt to kill off John Connor (Neo) by sending a cyborg from the future to kill Sarah and John, her unborn child in the present/past.
In 2007 Sophia was awarded 150 million dollars in damages for this case; and after winning a second bout of litigation recently, its said Sophia will win upwards of 10 billion dollars for all the years of red tape she's suffered at the hands of the american movie industry and judicial system.
Now, I told you how Sophia said George Lucas' movie Star Wars was her inspiration for writing what essentially became 'The Matrix' and 'The Terminator' movies...by the way, Sophia also said she wrote herself into The Matrix as 'The Oracle'; but what Sophia didn't know was that George was copying from the ingenuity of her ancestors. Here's how...
To the left is a picture of an ancient Kemetic/African 'Djed Pillar'; it's a symbol representing strength and power. Now, doesn't this look almost exactly like the handle of a 'Light-Saber'? Not only that, but the 'Djed Pillar' is where George Lucas got the term 'Jedi' from.
See, Sophia was recognizing the ingenuity of her ancestors and didn't even know it.
Ya' want a little more proof of George's cultural theft...bet; check out this pic of Darth Vader and King 'Tut'.
Note the similar shape of the 'head-dresses'! Or as KRS-ONE would say, "...ya' want a little clarity, check tha' similarity."
So, I've said all that to say this, BLACK MAN AND WOMAN, YOU ARE THE ORIGINATORS OF EVERY CULTURE AND SCIENCE! THERE IS NOTHING BEYOND OR ABOVE YOU!
So let's get back to our rightful place of sovereignty and be the Kings and Queens our birthrights have destined us to be.
ALSO...Kem Wesir to the Netcher/NAGA/QUEEN/GODDESS SOPHIA STEWART!
Enjoy your reward(s) Queen...you earned them.
To all of you who downloaded a copy of 'Revering Revolutionaries', I'd like to thank you, the e-book has over 100 downloads and counting. I only thought I'd get 20 at most.
Also, I'd like to apologize about not posting this on the weekend; I had a little more research to do on Sophia's story, so this post took a bit longer than usual to write.
And...if you'd like to see the court documents of Sophia's case, you can check them out here.