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The season of the 11th Doctor in the TV series as well as other media (comics, novels) that are considered part of the Doctor Who universe did have the same themes as the other illuminati movies. The actress Karen Gillan who plays Amy Pond the Doctor's companion was in this movie "Oculus." It is about a haunted mirror that causes people to be violent and murder people or commit suicide.
#2 They had men in black type grey aliens. They were Confessional Priests
of the Papal Mainframe
, genetically engineered by the Church of Silence to allow people to confess
without remembering doing so, accomplished by fashioning the Priests so anyone looking at them would forget their encounter when they looked away. They were on Earth before humans.
The "Kovarian Chapter" of the Church of Silence. The eye patch protects you from forgetting you saw the Silents.
The 11th Doctor during this storyline, looking like Jesus.
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One enemy of the 10th doctor on are the "Weeping Angels." They are an alien race that appear to be stone angel statues. If you see one and you blink, they will get closer and closer to you. So the solution is not to blink when you see them. They cover their faces with their hands to prevent trapping each other in petrified form for eternity by looking at one another. This gave the Weeping Angels their distinct "weeping" appearance. They were known for being "kind" murderous psychopaths, eradicating their victims "mercifully" by dropping them into the past and letting them live out their full lives, just in a different time period. This, in turn, allowed them to live off the remaining time energy of the victim's life. However, when this potential energy paled in comparison to an alternative power source to feed on, the Angels were known to kill by other means, such as snapping their victims' necks.
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"Because "the same patterns turn[ed] up all over space-time", the Doctor's life story and the Devil's had "much in common". (PROSE: Interference - Book One)
The Doctor was generally skeptical of the Devil without ruling out his existence entirely, sometimes acknowledging other beings they encountered as having a claim to being "the Devil". The Fourth Doctor thought that "Satan" was one of the names of Sutekh, (TV: Pyramids of Mars) and the Tenth Doctor, though initially skeptical of the Beast's claim of being the "true" Devil (rather than simply an entity which happened to have inspired the image of "the Horned Beast"), (TV: The Satan Pit) later repeated the claim to Donna Noble with no apparent doubt, claiming to have indeed met the Devil. (TV: Planet of the Ood) In contrast, the Thirteenth Doctor once stated that she "wasn't a big believer in Satan" while deriding and denouncing King James I's paranoid belief that Satan was "all around us" and the root of all evil. (TV: The Witchfinders)
Additionally, when humans who had witnessed the Decayed Master possessing a man asked if it had been "the Devil", the Eighth Doctor even replied that "you could say that"; (PROSE: Prologue) as presented in fictionalized writings by William Shakespeare, "Magister" himself once compared himself to Lucifer and the Doctor to Gabriel. (PROSE: Master Faustus)"
"Blood control was a method of controlling beings via their blood type.
On Christmas morning 2006, the Sycorax used blood control against one third of the population of Earth, (TV: The Christmas Invasion) over 2000000000 individual people. (PROSE: Alien Life) They captured the Earth probe Guinevere One, which carried a sample of A-positive human blood. They inserted the sample into a control matrix, which sent out signals that had to be obeyed by all those with that blood type. In this way, they were able to make all the people on Earth with A-positive blood stand on top of roofs, apparently ready to jump to their deaths. (TV: The Christmas Invasion)
On this occasion, the Tenth Doctor called blood control a "cheap bit of voodoo" that he hadn't seen in "years", and likened it to hypnosis. Blood control, he said, could not overcome the basic human survival instinct. Although Earth's A-positive population might have appeared to have been in danger of jumping off roofs, in truth blood control was not strong enough to have actually made them jump. (TV: The Christmas Invasion)
However, despite this flaw, the Seventh Doctor said that if they had a blood sample from every member of the race they intended to conquer, they would actually be able to exert absolute control over the entire race. "
"The Other, or sometimes simply "the other", also referred to in some tellings as the Stranger, was one of the original founders of Time Lord society, along with Rassilon and Omega. The origin of the Other remained a mystery for later Time Lords. The Other had a mysterious connection to the Time Lord known as the Doctor, and, in some accounts, to renegade Time Lords in general.
According to some accounts, the Other was reincarnated via the Loom of the House of Lungbarrow to become the Doctor, (PROSE: Lungbarrow) or was otherwise a previous iteration of the same being as the Doctor because of the eternal return."
The War in Heaven