I have reason to believe that the popular Japanese animation known as Dragon Ball Z contains extreme Illuminati undertones. Before you make fun of me and dismiss this topic as insane, be sure to research this on your own and then decide on a conclusion. Open your eyes. Question everything.
What is Dragon Ball Z?
Dragon Ball Z is a famous anime about a group of elite warriors who search the universe for 7 Dragon Balls, that if collected, will summon a mystical dragon that will grant any wish. At the same time, the warriors defend the earth from an onslaught of extraterrestrial enemies.
If you are like me, you grew up watching Dragon Ball Z and today, it brings back great memories from your childhood. My analysis that you are about to read will either destroy your happy memories, or make them stronger.
In Dragon Ball Z, there exists a Namekian (green alien) named Kami, who is supposedly the Guardian of earth. He resides in his own palace, which is located in a secret location in the sky. Kami is a reference to the Illuminati, who controls the world. In fact, Kami's palace has the All-Seeing Eye on it!
Kami is in charge of a select group of elite warriors, who are the main characters of Dragon Ball Z. These warriors were once recruited by Kami to train in his palace. There, they learned the secrets of the Universe, and they learned to harness their own spiritual energy (chi) for combative purposes. This is an obvious representation of the Secret Societies that exist today in our world, where members learn about sacred geometry, numerology, spirituality, and many other things that are kept secret from the general public.
Kami often sends these warriors across the universe to find magical dragon balls for him. He also sends them to fight against alien enemies who pose a threat to Kami. What the story doesn't tell us, is that although Kami is considered a Guardian of Earth, he is in fact a manevolent being, who uses his elite warriors to carry out his dirty work for him. The alleged alien enemies are in actuality, benevolent aliens who are tying to end Kami's evil empire.
The sad part is that these warriors have been brainwashed into thinking that they are on the good side, all while committing alien genocide... Does this sound familiar? This is a representation of our corrupt governments, who send soldiers to fight in "wars". Convinced that they are fighting for their country, these soldiers proceed to kill innocent villagers in foreign countries and steal their resources (dragon balls) to satisfy the greed of their evil masters.
Let's not forget the obvious reference to Reptilian aliens. The Namekian race in Dragon Ball Z are a race of green reptilian humanoid aliens from the planet Namek. Now, there is a plausible conspiracy in our world that states that our governments and leaders are controlled by a race of malevolent reptilian humanoid aliens. Is it any coincidence that Lord Kami in DBZ is a green Namekian alien? Think about it.
In Dragon Ball Z, the main characters (DBZ Warriors) become allies with the green alien Namekian race. This scenario is similar to how the Royal Families in our world have become allies with the evil Reptilian aliens. In one of the DBZ sagas, a group of alien invaders invade Planet Namek so they can destroy the Namekians and steal their dragon balls. However, they are ultimately defeated and killed-off by the Namekians and their allies, the DBZ Warriors. In the show, the alien invaders are portrayed as the bad guys, and the Namekians are shown as the good guys. However, what the writers of DBZ haven't told you is that the Namekians are in fact, the bad guys, hiding the magical dragon balls on their home planet for their own selfish reasons. The alien invaders travel to Planet Namek to end their selfish ways. The DBZ Warriors, who are tricked into thinking that they are working for the good guys, destroy the invaders and help the Namekians guard their magical dragon balls.
The show also features a magical dragon, who grants any wish to whoever has found all of the 7 dragon balls. This is an obvious representation of the Reptilian overlords in our world, and the gifts they give to the Royal Families and anyone else who joins their evil empire. In this case, the gifts come in the form of power and money. Is it any coincidence that in DBZ, those who summon the magical dragon often wish for world dominance?
As I've mentioned in previous posts, when something becomes popular and mainstream, it doesn't happen for no reason. Dragon Ball Z was made popular, being shown across the globe because of its Illuminati connection. By exposing all of the viewers to these Illuminati undertones, they become brainwashed into favoring them!