“I, Pet Goat II” is a 7-1/2 minute film, which appeared online on June 25 and has already received a great deal of attention. This animated film by Heliofant is packed with symbolism. Many consider the film creepy, weird or confusing. Others view it as stunning, beautiful, intriguing, religious and/or a prediction of things to come.
It seems little is known about this Canadian company, Heliofant. At this point, the website does not have much on it except the video, “I, Pet Goat II.” However, you can also find free computer screen savers of some of the characters and scenes, along with descriptions. These descriptions provide some guidance about the video’s storyline. In addition, Heliofant has a Facebook presence. On their Facebook page, they subtitle this production “A Short Film About the Fire at the Heart of Suffering.”
So, is this a message from the Illuminati about the upcoming New World Order and New World Religion? Or, is it a warning about the Illuminati? Since the film’s appearance, it has been analyzed by a number of people for occult symbology, spiritual perspective, history, and politics. The interpretations are all different, and more analyses are expected. Speculations seem endless. In the meantime, below are just two of these online analyses.
The first analysis attributes a meaning at the end of the film that is different from at least the majority of the others. (You might take special notice of this difference, starting with the appearance of the Christ figure.) The analysis starts, though, with a video clip of George Bush visiting a school on September 11, 2001. (By the way, the children may actually be repeating the word “kit,” not “hit.”) Note the sign on the wall to the left of Bush’s head, “Reading Makes a Country Goat.” Bush started to read the book, THE PET GOAT, to the children — at the same time he was informed about the attacks on the World Trade Centers. Because goats are used as a symbolic representation of (Satanic) Baphomet, 9/11 conspiracists claim that “goat” and the 9/11 attacks have more than a coincidental connection. Interestingly, Wikipedia describes the plot of THE PET GOAT as:
… the story of a girl’s pet goat that eats everything in its path. The girl’s parents want to get rid of the goat, but she defends it. In the end, the goat becomes a hero when it butts a car thief into submission.
Most will probably read this description in one way, but others will immediately see hidden meanings and read it differently. This is the same with the film, “I, Pet Goat, II.”
This is a another analysis, which offers different details and insights.