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Marvel Cinematic Universe

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a media franchise created by Marvel Studios, set primarily in a shared universe designated as the reality Earth-199999 within Marvel’s multiverse system, with some installments also set in adjacent or branching realities.

Starting with Iron Man, the franchise is comprised mainly of films independently made by Marvel Studios, that are primarily set within this same universe, much like Marvel has done with their comics.

The franchise includes a series of short films, called Marvel One-Shots, launched with each film’s Blu-ray release starting with Thor and finishing with Thor: The Dark World.

Starting with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the franchise expanded into television series, including series premiered on the ABC and Freeform channels, and on the Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ streaming platforms. The franchise also includes the news program WHiH Newsfront and the digital series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot.

Other contents include a series of tie-in Comics and video games, released as promotional material to the films and series and therefore part of the franchise, even if some of them are set on these branching realities.


MCU Infinity Saga

PHASE ONE (2008-2012)PHASE TWO (2013-2015)PHASE THREE (2016-2019)
Iron Man (2008)Iron Man 3 (2013)Captain America: Civil War (2016)
The Incredible Hulk (2008)Thor: The Dark World (2013)Doctor Strange (2016)
Iron Man 2 (2010)Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
Thor (2011)Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
The Avengers (2012)Ant-Man (2015)Black Panther (2018)
Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)
Captain Marvel (2019)
Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

The Infinity Saga

The Infinity Saga is a saga of films made up of the first twenty-three films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, encompassing Phase One, Phase Two and Phase Three. The saga began with Iron Man and concluded with Spider-Man: Far From Home. The saga gets its name from its prominent theme of the Infinity Stones, and Thanos’ quest to collect them.


The Infinity Saga is the name given to the overarching storyline comprising of the original twenty-three films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with the primary focus being around the Infinity Stones, a collection of six powerful objects, with each individually controlling a different aspect of the universe. The primary antagonist of the saga, the extraterrestrial warlord Thanos, who made it his goal to collect all the stones and use them to exterminate half of the universe’s inhabitants, believing that it will spare the universe from being destroyed by overpopulation. His primary opposition is the team of superheroes known as the Avengers.

The earliest points of history explored in the MCU show that three of the stones, the Time, Reality and Space Stones, found their way to the Nine Realms. While the Time Stone fell into the possession of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, the latter two were procured by the Asgardians. They later hide the two stones away, with the Space Stone sent to Earth where it is eventually acquired during World War II by the Nazi science organization, HYDRA. Their efforts to use the Space Stone to further their own goals of conquering the world lead to Steve Rogers’ transformation into the super-soldier Captain America, and together with operatives of the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) manages to defeat HYDRA’s leader and re-obtain the Space Stone. However, Rogers himself is lost and frozen in the Arctic for nearly seventy years.

The SSR is later reformed as the peacekeeping organization S.H.I.E.L.D., unknowingly infiltrated by HYDRA. The agency continues to experiment with the Space Stone, and in the 1990s, rogue members of the Kree Empire come to Earth and try to use it to help save the Skrulls from the Kree’s genocidal war against them. The battle between the two races results in United States Air Force pilot Carol Danvers being given superpowers by the Tesseract, and she wards the Kree away and leaves Earth to help the Skrulls relocate. The experience with Danvers and the extraterrestrials prompts S.H.I.E.L.D. into creating the Avengers Initiative, a global defense program designed to recruit superpowered individuals.

In the present day, the Avengers comes to comprise of six members: Steve Rogers himself, who is rescued and revived by S.H.I.E.L.D.; billionaire inventor Tony Stark; scientist Bruce Banner; the Asgardian prince Thor; and prominent agents Natasha Romanoff and Clint Barton. Together, the six of them form the original Avengers and have their first battle with Thanos’ forces when he sends an army of Chitauri under the command of Thor’s errant brother Loki to steal the Space Stone. The Avengers defeat Loki and the Chitauri in a grande battle in New York City, and the Space Stone is returned to Asgard. A year later, the Reality Stone reemerges when astrophysicist Jane Foster unwittingly stumbles upon it while studying the cosmic phenomenon known as the Convergence, leading to a series of altercations between Asgard and the Dark Elves, who seek to use the Reality Stone to wipe out the Nine Realms. Thor manages to single-handedly defeat the Dark Elves, and the Reality Stone is placed in the care of the Collector. Also during this time, various intergalactic parties working both for and against Thanos conflict over the Power Stone. A small cadre of alien outcasts, the Guardians of the Galaxy, manage to keep Thanos and his allies from obtaining the stone by fighting and killing his conspirators on Xandar, the capital world of the Nova Empire.

S.H.I.E.L.D. is later destroyed when HYDRA’s infiltration is brought to light, and the Avengers are left to work against HYDRA independently. In their last battle against the terrorists, the Avengers come across the Mind Stone, which had been recovered earlier by Thanos but lost on Earth after Loki’s defeat. Experiments with the stone lead to the empowerment of twins Wanda Maximoff and Pietro Maximoff and the creation of two powerful androids, Ultron and the Vision. However, Ultron becomes megalomaniacal and attempts to wipe out the human race. The Avengers manage to stop him, but the destruction wrought by the conflict causes friction between them and the public. This dissension escalates with the creation of the Sokovia Accords, a set of documents meant to regulate the Avengers’ activities. The Accords cause a schism in the Avengers, leading to multiple conflicts and the eventual disbandment of the team.

The fracturing of the Avengers team coupled with the destruction of Asgard wrought on by the return of Thor’s sadistic older sister Hela leaves the many factions of the universe vulnerable when Thanos finally sets out to obtain the Infinity Stones himself. Xandar is obliterated when he takes the Power Stone, and he acquires the Space Stone from the survivors of Asgard’s fall. Thanos sends his children to Earth to find the Time and Mind Stones, then goes to Knowhere to take the Reality Stone from the Collector and captures Gamora, knowing she found the Soul Stone on Vormir, where it is kept by Red Skull, who wound up there after touching the Space Stone. Tearfully, Thanos sacrifices Gamora to obtain the Soul Stone and returns to his home planet of Titan expecting his children to have the Time and Mind Stones for him, only to face Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Star-Lord, Drax the Destroyer, Mantis, and Nebula in a battle for the Time Stone, while another battle rages in Wakanda for the Mind Stone. The battle on Titan ends with Strange giving Thanos the Time Stone to save Stark’s life as Thanos’ army is defeated by the combined efforts of Captain America, Black Widow, Hulk, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Falcon, War Machine, Bucky Barnes, Thor, Groot, Rocket Raccoon, Black Panther, and the Wakandan tribes. Although Scarlet Witch destroys Vision to prevent Thanos from getting the Mind Stone, Thanos uses the Time Stone to reverse Vision’s destruction and rips the Mind Stone from his head to complete his collection of all six stones. Thor tries to finish him off with Stormbreaker, but Thanos manages to snap his fingers and decimate half of all life in the universe. Victims of the Snap include Winter Soldier, Black Panther, Groot, Scarlet Witch, Falcon, Mantis, Drax, Star-Lord, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man, Maria Hill, Nick Fury, Hank Pym, Janet van Dyne, Hope van Dyne, and Barton’s family.

Three weeks after the Snap, Stark and Nebula are brought to Earth by Captain Marvel and the remaining Avengers ambush Thanos on his new homeworld upon discovering that he used the stones again, only to learn that he destroyed the stones so his work could not be undone. Thor then cuts his head off, making the Avengers’ efforts to bring back their allies all for naught.

Five years later, the Avengers attempt to get on with their lives when Scott Lang, having returned from the Quantum Realm, comes up with a plan to go back to various points in time and take the Infinity Stones before Thanos can collect them all. Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, and Ant-Man go back to 2012 New York to retrieve the Space, Mind and Time Stones. However, when Loki escapes with the Tesseract, Stark and Rogers go back to 1970s New Jersey to retrieve the Space Stone from the camp where Rogers was trained. Thor and Rocket go back to 2013 Asgard to retrieve the Reality Stone from Jane Foster and Thor has a heart-to-heart with his mother Frigga before leaving with Mjølnir. War Machine and Nebula go back to 2014 Morag to retrieve the Power Stone before Star-Lord, while Black Widow and Hawkeye head to Vormir to retrieve the Soul Stone. Black Widow sacrifices herself for the Soul Stone just as Thanos in that time becomes aware of the Avengers’ plan to undo the Snap and sends past Nebula to take her future self’s place and use the Quantum Realm to bring him and his army to 2023 just as Hulk uses the stones to reverse the Snap. Thanos comes to the realization that only wiping out half of all life would be a mistake and declares his intention to destroy the entire universe and recreate it in his image. A massive battle ensues between the heroes of the universe and Thanos, during which Nebula kills her past self after convincing Gamora from 2014 to rebel against their adoptive father and Captain Marvel arrives to lend her assistance. Just as Thanos is about to redo his deed, Iron Man snatches the stones and with the snap of his fingers, wipes the villain and his army out of existence, sacrificing himself in the process.

In the aftermath, Stark is memorialized by his allies, as well as his wife Pepper Potts and daughter Morgan. The remaining Avengers then go their separate ways with Thor joining the Guardians of the Galaxy, Barton reuniting with his family, and Rogers making Wilson the new Captain America by giving him his shield, having decided to live out the life with Peggy Carter he always wanted after returning the stones to their proper places, thus concluding the Saga.

Eight months later, Parker tries to take a break from being Spider-Man with a trip to Europe, during which he intends to confess his feelings for MJ. The trip doesn’t go as planned when “Fury” recruits Parker for a mission to stop the Elementals alongside Quentin Beck, who claims to be from another Earth, but is actually a former Stark Industries employee looking to fill the void left by Stark’s death. Beck’s plans are ultimately foiled during a final showdown in London when he tries to kill Parker, only to end up dead from a misfired gunshot. Fury and Hill turn out to have been impersonated by the Skrulls Talos and Soren, taking orders from the real Fury, who’s in space with other Skrulls. In the meantime, just as things are looking up for Parker, a news story had surfaced to the public, blaming him for Beck’s death and outing him as Spider-Man.


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Predictive Programming

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

Corona Virus – Section 30-4:


Section 30-4-1 – Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

Section 30-4-2 – Thanos (Genocidal Warlord)

Section 30-4-3 – Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

Section 30-4-4 – Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

Section 30-4-5 – Captain Marvel (2019)

Section 30-4-6 – Avengers: Endgame (2019)

Section 30-4-7 – Marvel Studios

Section 30-4-8 – CDC & Related People

Section 30-4-9 – Thanos (Death) Vaccines

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