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AHS: CULT

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Alexis Jimenez

on 6 December 2017

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Transcript of AHS: CULT

CULT
Dante's Inferno
Virgil:
Spirit guide
Dante:
Exploring the nature of sin through the nine circles of Hell
Debate
Fear used to manipulate people
Clown Cult defies current administrative practices
Influence ideas of opposition & terror
Herecy maitained through candidacy
Supporters symbolicly represent the burning herectics
Blindly following Kai for the future he promises
Moving Forward...
Theory excites fans
Potential to be a great attraction at Comic-Con 2018
"Interesting"
CULT OF FEAR
Ryan Murphy's Instagram Post
American Horror Story
connection to Dante's
Inferno

Each season is linked to a circle
Murphy's support for the theory
Latest season of
American Horror Story, Cult
Parallels of Heresy in

circle six of
Inferno
Circle Six: Heresy
Eternal torment for conception of heresy
Heresy
as an act of division from community
Focus on politics & history
Encounters with Farinata & Cavalcante
Hyperopia:

Herectics can see the future but not present events
Episode 6, "Mid-Western Assassination"
Cult of Personality
Charles Manson
Jesus Christ
Jim Jones
Andy Warhol
David Koresh
Marshall Applewhite
Focus on the cult of personality that arises in a divisive society
Examination of multiple leaders with a "cult like" following
Culture creates an environemnt of disenfranchised people with a need to belong
Satirical approach reflects how ideas transpired & gained power
Thanks for Listening!
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