Tuesday, November 28, 2017

The Never-Ending Ritual: The End of Days Buffet


Since Las Vegas we've been seeing portent after portent and omen after omen being rolled out and placed on our tables like an End of Days buffet. If my model holds true I'd say we are due for some kind of major event before the end of 2017, probably something that will really shake people up. 

Just our luck, right?

The problem is that it's tough to separate signal from smokescreen and reality from ritual. No doubt that's intentional, kind of a way to overwhelm that small number of us who are actually still paying attention. So seeing as how my readers are uncommonly insightful and perceptive I thought I'd point out some of the stories that are grabbing my attention and open up the floor for your opinions.

Roll that beautiful bean footage....






The big story this week is the eruption of Mount Agung on the island of Bali. I don't know how significant this actually is outside of the obvious impact on people in the area but it certainly resonates quite deeply on a symbolic level.


It's believed that Mount Agung is the earthly expression of Mount Meru, the center of all creation and all dimensions of being. Its eruption here-- it last erupted in 1963-- couldn't be more resonant in that regard. 

Bali is also a predominantly Hindu island in a predominantly Muslim nation so it resonates on that level as well. Lot of history there.


Volcanos and volcanic eruptions have always played into prophecy, dating back to antiquity. One theory has it that the Plagues of Moses in the Book of Exodus were inspired by the eruption of Santorini, which many have linked to the legend of Atlantis.




It could be that these stories were passed down in oral traditions and then written into Exodus, but it's highly likely that Moses was a literary construct based on Mesopotamian emperors like Sargon and the Exodus itself was entirely fictional. 

Even so, the power of these stories can't possibly be overstated, particularly the influence they had on the Book of Revelation.


Speaking of which, 33 year-old Harold Hewitt (aka Prince Horus-y) announced his engagement to an American Catholic divorcee, actress Meghan Markle. Note the reference here to elite star magic, a signal to high initiates that this is all part of the Never-Ending Ritual.

What stars might Harry be referring to exactly? As if you had to ask....


Harry met Meghan in July 2016, when Vega dominated the night sky. So there you have it. The old Heiros Gamos routine. Let the festivities begin!

Loren Coleman asks the musical question, "is Harry flashing the sign of distress?" It's possible but I think it's more likely he's flashing the Hidden Hand.




As to the End of Days Buffet, it should be noted that some have tagged Harry as the Antichrist, so much so that it autofills on a DuckDuckGo search.





And you also have this secret decoder ring kind of exegesis adding Harry to endless shopping list of 666-people out there. For all I know, Harry could have crawled out of Ninth Circle of Hell and taken human form but I generally don't really go for this kind of thing. But it is out there, so we should factor it into any analysis of the Great Unfolding here.


Speaking of volcanoes, we're still hearing "supervolcano" talk concerning Yellowstone and the old "it could happen any day now" warnings. It's been said that a Yellowstone eruption would essentially decimate most of North America west of the Mississippi. It could, but this is pretty low on my probability scale. 

If you know better, please chime in.


And the old "close shave" meme is popping up again, this time in connection to the alleged Phaethon asteroid. 




Phaethon has been linked both to Lucifer and the constellation Cygnus (next to Lyra) so I can't quite decide if this story is some weird Mystery play in the Ritual. We hear these stories so often and really have no real way of verifying them, so I'm not really losing any sleep over this one either.




I don't know what to make of all this either. We've heard a lot of these stories in recent years. It even worked its way into an X-Files episode. So it could be a sign, or it could be just the latest provocation. I think it's interesting either way but I need more information. 

If you have any insights on this, please share.


And, of course, more signs in the Heavens. We keep seeing this kind of thing and keep hearing it's perfectly normal, even though no one has seen anything like it. This could well be some kind of HAARP-like experiment on the upper atmosphere, which itself has apocalyptic implications. 

Either way, I simply don't buy the quote-unquote "rational explanations" we hear about this stuff.


Then there's this little item, which feels like some kind of whitewashing or seed-planting. Is lightning flooding our skies with antimatter? You gotta think you'd have heard something about it before. 

I'd say it's likely again that some exotic variety of ultra-high technology is generating antimatter in the atmosphere and this is all some kind of disinfo. This worries me a bit because you can't help but wonder what they might be up to here.



We've seen some stories to this effect, some kind of revelation that is presented as old news even though no one can remember ever hearing about it. 

My favorite example of this is "fireball season," the ridiculous concoction dreamed up a couple years ago to explain away all of these slow-moving hunks of flaming metal falling out of the sky. 

An advanced search shows that fireball season either did not exist or somehow flew beneath everyone's radar in a 20 year period from 1990 to 2010.  I think most reasonable people realize it's total bullshit. "Fireball season" never existed until a few years ago when people started asking impertinent questions about all this flaming slag traipsing through our skies at a fraction of the speed most meteorites are clocked at.



And if they would lie about that, what do you make of this? 

Not Actually a Space Agency using the Great American Eclipse to float deadly bacteria into the upper atmosphere? Yeah, that's not disturbing at all. 

And it's also not even remotely death-culty or ritualistic, right? I mean it's not eclipses were ever seen as harbingers of plague or anything. 

Take a chill-pill, Mulder.


Plus, it's all about Mars and junk. Nobody's planning to science the shit out of the Earth's population with airborne plague vectors. It's all about Mars, which is just lousy with earthborne bacteria, right? And has the same weather conditions and everything. 





It has nothing in common with the Fugu balloon bombs the Japanese developed in World War II, which were intended for use in biological warfare. Don't get all tinfoil hat on us, OK? It's purely coincidental. 




Speaking of Mulder there are plans to breed "gentle killer bees" to help stave off the Bee Apocalypse.  Gentle killers- talk about newspeak. 

You just gotta laugh. This stuff has gotten so ludicrously in-your-face that it's not even worth getting upset about anymore.  When you start ripping off old X-Files storylines you know you've lost the plot. 


Especially when you that kind of absurdity and this. Hey I have an idea- why don't you guys down in the labs engineer a strand of transgenic bee-corn? It looks like corn but it turns into killer bees in your stomach? 

Yeah, you're welcome. Get to work.



The Mermaid Apocalypse seems to be ramping up with a new meme. We saw this story out of England....


...and this story out of Miami. One-THOUSAND mermaids.

 Yeah, this all sounds like a genuinely terrible idea, but no one's asking me, right? Given the track record with these types of things, I'd keep a bugout bag packed and the car gassed up if you live in the Miami metropolitan area.


And there you have it- the girl becomes the Siren and boy gets eaten. You can really set your watch by this stuff.



And as I've been saying, this is a patently obvious conditioning program for the Transgenic Agenda. I actually thought all of this was still a ways off but I guess whoever is running this wants to strike while the iron is hot.


And wouldn't you know it; the National Institutes for Health (a major player in the bioweapons field during the Cold War) is quietly beginning to funnel resources into the development of human-animal chimeras, something that I believe we'll be seeing much sooner than later. 

A human-pig chimera has already been developed and it's just a matter of time before the combination of AI and CRISPR starts cooking up some truly grotesque creations. Brace yourself.



And there you have it- a director of the aerospace/deep sea diving concern Blue Abyss is predicting human beings will be outfitted with gills so they can breath underwater. 

I guess they called it Blue Abyss because "Tiamat" was already trademarked.




Ah yes- Humanity 2.0, yet again. An oldie but a goldie. And brain chips? Seriously, are these guys just fucking with us? Or are the Vegas already back in the saddle and ready to ride? It's a tossup.


Still, I wonder if there's a race between the microchip teams and the CRISPR teams to come up with the snazziest mind-controlled-zombie protocol? It sure as hell seems like it.


Recluse of the must-read VISUP blog drops this on us, part of the ongoing super-soldier program, this time powered by AI. 

Lockheed, of course.



This was posted in the FB group- funny, I don't remember giving this guy permission to modify my genes. How about you? And ODIN? Really? Someone might have a teeny god-complex going on here.

Maybe Zayner should read up on this...



I mean, who would have ever predicted this, right? I mean, random gene editing has a downside? Then what the hell are they doing encouraging dumb fucks to do it DIY? You'd almost think they're trying to bring on a genetic apoca....

Never mind.


UPDATE: Reader JT points to this plot twist, which seems to be getting lost amidst all the CRISPR hype. Of course, what this really means is that CRISPR hacking will go underground and into the black. And biohacking will take on that shiny "Resistance" glow. 




Back to the Antarctic Apocalypse, we're seeing all kinds of stories like this, jamming on that old-time carbon-credit ragtime-roll. 

It's all your fault, I hope you realize. It's not because the billionaires pimping this old cheese burn more carbon in a day than many mid-sized cities in the developing world do in a year.

Your fault. You. 


Feel bad.





I don't suppose any warming or melting has anything to do with the 91 volcanoes they claim to have found in the Upside Down. Or is this just more of that zesty Etemenanki ritualism? 

I can never tell which line of bullshit to believe.  



And speaking of ritualism, we have the mysterious disappearance of the San Juan, an Argentine submarine that allegedly experience an even-more mysterious explosion. All 44-- that all-important 44 again- crew members are believed to be dead.



And wouldn't you just know it? The San Juan launched from Ushuaia; the southern-most city in the Western Hemisphere, just a short jump from the frosty shores of Antarctica. 

Nutty coincidence there.


I can't remember Antarctica being such a big deal in the past- can you? Something very big is brewing down there and it seems to connect in some way to the Never-Ending Ritual. 

Plus, Vega. 

How ice could reveal a new physics is way above my paygrade, unless maybe there's an interdimensional portal beneath it. 

Actually, let's go with that until we hear otherwise.





And what's a new world order without a new world physics, right? Antarctica's Stargate may have to take a backseat to the CERNunnos Stargate. The way things are going I'd have to say I'm not quite ready for whatever new physics CERNunnous has up it's sweaty little sleeve. Certainly not after Gotthard. 



Yeah, 2017. What a year, eh?





64 comments:

  1. The last time Antartica was this photogenic was exactly sixty years ago in 1957, aka - the international geophysical year. Hordes of scientists from all over the world descended upon the frozen continent that year. Funny, Donald Fagen had his greatest solo hit with a song titled "i.g.y." in 1982. Fagen has been on the news this week, a lawsuit over who owns steely dan... Mabuse the gambler

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    1. I sense a nuclear theme here. Note the new Economist "The World in 2018" cover art - Saturn, a mushroom cloud, a royal crown, an asteroid/comet ... oh, and Donald Fagen also had "New Frontier" on that same album. About surviving a nuclear attack in a fallout shelter. And after Walter Becker died, it was noted what an expert he was on the Manhattan Project.

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    2. Hmmm, that may explain some of the shady SD vibe. Early guitarist Jeff Baxter ended up as a missile defense consultant, BTW.

      And Countdown to Ecstasy ended with King of the World, also about "surviving" a meltdown. This almost seems to be a bandwide obsession.

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    3. 1957- the year of Sputnik. That year seemed to have an effect on Jack Kirby as well.

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  2. Enjoy your stuff Chris, altho Im still catching up with all the shit you toss out there. Rat-tat-tat. Still a little fast for my ole brain but Im tryin.
    Still. Antartica. I remember that one of the Stargates (tv series) starts with **stuff** being found in Antartica. Was it SG Atlantis? With the chair that could control flying Xmas light missiles. **Alien** flying Xmas light missiles. ha ha. In fact, have been wondering if some of SG, including that episode where a hack writer (who bears some passing resemblance to one of actual SG episode writers) comes up with a series based on the 'real' SG. Wheels within wheels.
    Maybe its not just x-Files.

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    1. Ah, the writer within trope. That's big on Supernatural. DS9 toyed with it a bit as well. I'm not quite sure what this Antarctica thing is leading to, but it's leading to something.

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  3. There is A) what is really going on, and then B-?) there are umpteen spinning plates of what (some can be led to believe) is really going on. And you know who is doing the spinning (and how unlimited they are by expense).

    There is elaborate deception all the way up the pyramid, and plates are set for all sorts.

    As to Vega, it was the pole star half a great year ago, if that helps shed any light...

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    1. Yeah, I'm trying to figure what the right hand is doing while we're being dazzled by the left. It all boils down to basic stagecraft.

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    2. But, even unintended, one must extract one's mind from the over-simplification of duality. It's multiplicity - multiple spinning plates. If hands, it's more like those of Shiva.

      Even some dare estimate the covenanted have been covenanted for 5,000 years ( https://www.henrymakow.com/2014/09/Circumcision-Explains-Jewish-Psyche.html ), but it goes back over twice as far, half a great year, to the birth of this cycle (Göbekli Tepe).

      That is a mission - above all others.

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  4. My standard rant - there will be no "rise of the robots". AI is over before it's begun. Why? Because the current level of industrialization is unsustainable due to human-driven global warming (which you seem to be denying the existence of now - Chris you really have fallen far in the past nine years!).

    The future, whether we like it or not (we don't!) is DE-industrialization. It will happen one of two ways. Either (a) it's forced on us by a chain of "natural disasters", in which case most of the human race will die out, because they don't have the infrastructure in place (re food supplies etc) to cope with such disasters; or (b) we choose to de-industrialize. Accept the end of IT "innovation", the end of capitalism, a decline in and eventual extinction of world trade, the end of wasteful over-consumption and such myths as "property" and "governance".
    Whether it's (a) or (b), we're in some sort of trouble, but whether it's (a) or (b), the ruling elite are the most fucked of all.
    [Hello and goodbye from MC]

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    1. Sounds like wishful thinking. This kind of thing usually is.

      As to global warming, when have I ever believed in it? I love these people who drop in on the blog on occasion, project their own views onto it and are then shocked when they find out I never said what they think I said. Priceless.

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    2. I'm a long time listener, first time caller, and i'm shocked to hear how transphobic you have become. I mean TRANSGENICS are people too... I really expected better of you.
      And this is coming from someone who was a man trapped in a woman's body, at least until she gave birth. :)

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  5. singing the body electric http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3107166/Giant-plasma-tubes-SPACE-Huge-structures-spotted-circling-Earth-filled-charged-particles-sun.html

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  6. After posting about the temple yesterday, I found some more info.
    www.bali-indonesia.com/attractions/besakih-temple.htm#
    Besakih Temple, known as Bali’s ‘Mother Temple’ for over 1,000 years, sits 1,000 metres high on the southwestern slopes of Mount Agung. Besakih is an artistic and unique complex that comprises at least 86 temples which include the main Pura Penataran Agung (the Great Temple of State) and 18 others. Besakih is the biggest and holiest of the island's temples..To the Balinese, visiting the temple sanctuaries is a special pilgrimage. Mount Agung’s high location gives it an almost mystical quality. Many stairs lead up to the sacred mountain, leading to the many temples that vary according to types, status, and functions. Pura Besakih features three temples dedicated to the Hindu trinity. Pura Penataran Agung in the centre has white banners for Shiva, the destroyer; Pura Kiduling Kreteg on the right side is with red banners for Brahma, the creator; and Pura Batu Madeg represents Vishnu, the preserver, with its black banners.

    Pura Batu Madeg, containing a central stone, indicates that the area of Pura Besakih was already regarded a holy place since ancient times. In the 8th century, a Hindustani monk had revelations to build homes for people during his isolation. Throughout the process, many of his followers died due to illness and accidents. On its completion it was called ‘Basuki’, referring to the dragon deity ‘Naga Besukian’, believed to inhabit Mount Agung. The name eventually evolved into ‘Besakih’.Other shrines were gradually built and Pura Besakih was made the main temple during the conquering of Bali by the Majapahit Empire in 1343. Since then, Pura Besakih has had several restorations as earthquakes in 1917 and Mount Agung’s series of eruptions in 1963 damaged the complex. The lava flow passed by Pura Besakih and it is believed to be a miraculous signal from the deities that they wanted to demonstrate their power without completely destroying the holy complex their devotees had built for them. The largest temple in the complex, Pura Penataran Agung, has different areas representing seven layers of the universe, each with their own shrines.
    Karin






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    1. Excellent. Thanks for that, Karin. Those dragons again. I think volcanos are linked to Prometheus as well.

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  7. If there's something I've come to know since my death experience, its the Great God Pan and all of his manifestations, such a CERNunnos and Lord Pashupati (almost prehistoric Lord SHIVA with gigantic horns on his head). Remember the big bronze statue of Shiva the Destroyer outside CERN headquarters?. Ever notice that Cernunnos (the deep, hidden god of all deep, hidden things) is holding a TORQUE in his hand, looking exactly like a particle accelerator, spirals engraved everywhere, looking like disintegrating sub-atomic particles? These literal mad scientists are all in on the symbolism and ritualism.

    The Great God Pan HATED civilization. He was NATURE, the only human beings he liked were shepherds, because they lived close to nature, taking care of the animals. Remember the "Trumpets of Heaven" being heard all over the world in recent years, a sign of the end-times for sure, they even featured them in the "Babylon" X-Files episode.

    Some Ancient Greeks believed that when PAN'S PIPES could be heard from the sky above, it was a warning to flee the comfort of civilization and find shelter in CAVES before a terrible disaster (remember dis-aster = evil star).

    The Vikings, however, interpreted it as the howling of the terrible wolves of Ragnarok. In Norse Mythology, Pan was the primordial cosmic giant YMIR, who's body was sacrificed to created Yggdrasil, the entire Universe as a tree, which will be burned to a crisp in the end along with all men and gods, only to be born again by Balder's (the Risen Messiah's) hand.

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    1. I suppose that's the difference between living in balmy Greece and frosty, hostile Norway. Changes the way you see the natural world. Thank you for this visionary comment, JB.

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  8. 91 volcanoes under Antarctica? That's some Tower of Babel number! Jeez, Chris, what are the odds...? (I said as I smiled to myself)

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    1. Yeah, it makes you wonder, doesn't it? I'm sure it will be amended at some point.

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  9. Over the weekend, in the NY Times "Sunday Style" section, was a story headlined: "These Mermaids Make Montana Home." It's about a kitschy bar in Great Falls (where the reporter reminds readers that it is the home of UFO-haunted Malmstrom AFB) that has women swimming in a pool, dressed as mermaids. You really tapped into something here, Chris.

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    1. It's crazy, isn't it? You have to wonder if people aren't sick of mermaids already and they just keep pushing the meme. I have no doubt it's part of a conditioning program to make Transgenics cute and cuddly. Ironic, because mermaids are anything but.

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  10. Hi Chris,
    "Don't look now" (may be you have seen article already?)but there is an article about "mysterious bacteria that ARE NOT from earth on the hull of the ISS) apparently Russian scientists found it --of course don't know if there is the least shred of truth to any of it but just the fact its out there gave me pause because it's 2017!
    ATB,
    Devin

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    1. Yes indeed. It's the old drip drip routine, Devin. I just hope it's not the old the Space Microbes are Ready gimmick. Cross your fingers.

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  11. Every time I see articles on Antarctica, I think of Dan Brown's book that was about an Arctic expedition. "Deception Point" (2001) Intelligence Analyst Rachel Sexton works for the NRO (National Reconnaissance Office). Senator Sedgewick Sexton, is a presidential candidate who is more popular than incumbent President of the United States Zachary Herney. The President sends her to the Arctic as part of a team of experts to confirm and authenticate findings made by NASA deep within the Milne Ice Shelf. NASA's new Polar Orbiting Density Scanner (PODS), part of the Earth Observation System (EOS), a collection of satellites monitoring the globe for signs of large-scale change, has found an extremely dense spot in the Milne Ice Shelf. At this spot NASA discovers a very dense meteorite.
    http://danbrown.wikia.com/wiki/Deception_Point
    Karin

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    1. Wow, I had no idea that book even existed. You wonder what Dan Brown has been read in on. And who he works for. Cheers, Karin.

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    2. I have that book. The main point of the book (*spoiler warning*) is that the meteorite is fake. And the book opens with a quote from Bill Clinton about that famous Martian meteorite that allegedly had signs of life, and now everybody has forgotten about.

      Add this to all the stuff about panspermia, and there is some food for thought.

      And by the way, Chris, you may think that not believing in climate change is a valid option. But then, many Germans held beliefs that they thought were valid and acceptable back in the Thirties, and they discovered the hard way that they weren't.

      And yes, I think everything indicates that Americans today are pretty much equivalent to Germans in the Thirties. We'll figure out in less than a decade if I'm right.

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    3. It's important to make the distinction that there is "climate change" and "Climate Change" (or "Global Warming"). I think there are sample size issues but data worth considering with the former and the latter is only an agenda (oops, Agenda!).

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  12. In Indonesia, its all about appeasing the volcanoes, or the gods, or the ancestors...Volcanology meets animism...& on that note, found this interesting article from a 1981 issue of the New York Times: "Indonesia--A Glut of Volcanoes & Many Rituals"

    http://www.nytimes.com/1981/02/08/weekinreview/indonesia-a-glut-of-volcanoes-and-many-rituals.html

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    "In 1979, Merapi erupted without warning, killing 149 people who lived in the mountain village of Dieng, 6,000 feet up on its side. Just days later, there were ominous stirrings from the Balinese volcano Agung. To appease the gods, Indonesia's president Suharto and his ministers took part in a ceremony at Bali in which 80 animals were sacrificed. Agung did not erupt.

    On Java, where volcanology is an ancient art, villagers go toward the volcano rather than away from it when it rumbles. And they never point at a fire cloud, lest it come towards them. There are more than 100 volcanoes on this most populous of Indonesia's islands, more than two dozen of them active, and at least as many rituals. For some, there are sacrifices; for others only prayers. Some volcanos are gods and others are ancestors. But all mountains are dangerous and all volcanos must be appeased.

    President Suharto, a Muslim, has encouraged the acceptance of Javanese mystical beliefs as part of the nation's unique identity. And after his last re-election in 1978, he sought to restore ''kerukunan''- a sense of harmony - to his divinely mandated rule, after it appeared to have been shaken by bad omens such as eruptions and earthquakes.

    Against such odds, science can make little headway. The villagers in Kaliurang at the base of Merapi believe that by watching the corn grow or the birds fly they can predict the volcano's temperament. Such beliefs are troublesome to volcanologists whose scientific findings they challenge. On the other hand, they cannot prove that the ceremonies do not work. ''I even believe some of it myself,'' said Sartono, a volcanologist on Merapi. ''I talk to the mountain and I think she hears me.'' "

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    1. From 1965 on Suharto murdered "about" 3 million people during his reign, from Indonesia to East Timor and some say that also a few Australians. So plenty of human ritual victims to the volcano gods. That volcano ritual thing seems straight out of J Quest or even Scooby Doo.

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    2. Yeah, I'm thinking it might be time for a Year of Living Dangerously rewatch. Indonesia is a fascinating little conglomeration. Their version of Islam is quite interesting and rather heterodox. Thanks guys.

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    3. You're welcome as always, & thank-you for continuing to write such an amazing blog.

      "Year of Living Dangerously" btw, one of my favorite films of all time, & the book is even better.

      Indonesia's religions & culture are as about syncretic as it gets. Their mythology & folklore is quite something:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mythology_of_Indonesia

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folklore_of_Indonesia#frb-inline

      A real mashup of Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, Christian & Animist beliefs. & their myths tend to be top-heavy with demons, go figure.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kejaw%C3%A8n

      Kebatinan, the national syncretic mysticism, is really worth looking at:

      "Kebatinan is a combination of metaphysics, mysticism and other esoteric doctrines from Animistic, Hinduistic, Buddhist and Islamic origins.[citation needed] Although the Javanese culture is tolerant, and open to new religions, only those qualities are accepted and filtered which fit into the Javanese culture, character and personality. Javanese ideals combine human wisdom (wicaksana), psyche (waskita) and perfection (sempurna). The follower must control his/her passions, eschewing earthly riches and comforts, so that he/she may one day reach enlightened harmony and union with the spirit of the universe.

      According to Choy, the Kebatinan have no certain prophet, sacred book, nor distinct religious festivals and rituals. Nevertheless, various kebatinan-movements have their own foundational writings and founders.

      A kebatinan practitioner can identify with one of the six officially recognized religions, while still subscribe to the kebatinan belief and way of life."

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  13. Great stuff as usual, my man. I'll be back with some other thoughts but firstly it occurs to me that San Juan is St John. We got the Revelator but we also got the Baptist, right? A sub lost in icy waters, killed or even beheaded maybe by a mysterious explosion? As you mentioned, the girl becomes a siren and the boy gets eaten. If the symbolism here is John gets eaten by the very waters he would use to call down the spirit - Well, you gotta wonder. What are those crazy fucks doing down in Tartarus? If people don't realise that unbelievably sick whacko death cultists rule our world then 2017 might be time for that penny to drop. How many omens and signs of inversion do we need? Omen backwards, or upside down, is Nemo. And Nemo is Nobody. If those lunatics are fucking around with Mr Nobody then that is maybe cause for some alarm. You're doing a great job of seeing the signs and resonances whilst still remaining grounded and sceptical when it's useful, Chris. Don't lose faith, my man. It's scary times for sure. I won't sugar coat it, but the human spirit is bigger that all this elitist ritual bullshit. Your work and the work of others like you is evidence of that.

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    1. Oooh, good work Raj! It's right there- I guess I couldn't see the forest for the trees. Man, now it's even creepier. Yeah, something is up down there. I don't like the smell of it. Especially with all these little red herrings they keep tossing at us.

      Thanks as always for your support. Always appreciated.

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  14. Hey Chris. OK, if all things seem to be pointing towards something big happening before the year is out, would December 17--Saturnalia--be a good candidate for the day it happens?

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    1. That would be my guess as well. Keep your fingers crossed it passes without incident.

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  15. I in the sky ... with diamonds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ppy-pKrPNc8

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    1. Yeah, what's up with all the plasma up there? Odd.

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  16. '"This beautiful woman tripped and fell into my life and I fell into her life..."'

    So not just star crossed lovers but a falling star caught planet Earth's former No. 1 most eligible bachelor's eyes & held his heart in stationary orbit.

    (whilst 'Stephen Hawking to Unlock Secrets of Big Bang and Black Holes With Supercomputer')

    The name of the woman who 'set up' H&M's first meeting? 'Misha Nonoo' a 'a Bahrain-born fashion designer', Markel's surname ultimate derives from Mars, (the similarly named Angela Merkel (whose surname means 'horse/border guard' irony of ironies), saviour of Europe (& the world), is experiencing a bit of a rough patch as her coalition fails to coalesce), the 'stars aligned'.

    & on the subject of stars the original trailer for 'A Star is Born' ends with Janet Gaynor screaming, the 1954 remake starred the rainbow warrior Judy Garland (trailer ends with her holding a note) & the 2017 remake, due Out 'next year', supposedly stars Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper.

    & keeping things spacey:

    'Cold moon 2017: December's supermoon will be the brightest of the year'

    'Previous supermoons took place in 1955, 1974, 1992 and 2005 - all years which had extreme weather events. The tsunami that killed hundreds of thousands of people in Indonesia happened two weeks before the Jan 2005 supermoon. On Christmas Day 1974, Cyclone Tracy laid waste to Darwin, Australia... But experts say it causes no more than a higher tide than usual, and cannot be blamed for freak weather - or werewolves.'

    A bold statement as 2017 ain't over yet.

    & on that sub:

    'Water entered missing Argentine sub's snorkel, causing short circuit'

    Sounds like gills could really have come in handy.

    As for what's going on, or going to come to pass, is the plan to just continue to throw as much shit up in the air as possible in the hopes of getting lucky?

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    1. *'Markle' as in 'Sparkle', not 'Markel' as in 'Spawning Hell', 'Markle' means '‘boundary’/‘woodland clearing’' so the 'Merkel' sync holds, & maybe in somewhere in the history of this spelling the God Of War connection holds true.

      'A Star Is Born'.

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    2. I feel sorry for that woman. She's going to find out the life of a Windsor princess is no fairytale. Or maybe it is. Just not the kind you think of when you hear that term.

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  17. & as if the screws haven't been twisted enough the past year:

    'Upside-down Christmas trees are trending, but have nothing to do with “Stranger Things”'

    'Upside-down Christmas trees are common among many Slavic groups—Carpatho-Rusyns, Poles, Slovaks, and Ukrainians.'

    'The pagans who had been converted to Christianity began to revere the fir tree as God's Trinity Tree. By the 12th century, it was being hung upside down from ceilings at Christmastime in Central and Eastern Europe as a symbol of Christianity and God the Son becoming a man because it resembled the shape of Christ being crucified.'

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  18. At this point it does seem like somebody is deliberately pumping chaff into the psychosphere, keeping people primed but off-balance. Perhaps a judicious application of Knowles First Law would be in order. With so much of the Ritual being out in the open now, it makes me wonder what is being snuck in under the radar. Not the nice kind of nice Christmas presents, I suspect.

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    1. After all that's been invested something must answer the summons.

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    2. Oh, I'm certain somebody or somebodies are clouding up the waters with all sorts of nonsense. It's why you have to sort through it all and try to guess what is signal and what is noise.

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  19. There is also this story that was aired on Australian national TV on Monday night -
    "On an atoll in the far-flung west of the Marshall Islands, halfway between Australia and Hawaii, sits “the dome”.
    Approaching from the water, it’s hard to appreciate the true scale of the concrete vault, with its shallow profile obscured by palm trees and scrub.
    But from the air it looks like a giant flying saucer has crashed on the tip of a deserted island.
    In the late 1970s, Runit Island, on the remote Enewetak Atoll, was the scene of the largest nuclear clean-up in United States history.
    Highly contaminated debris left over from dozens of atomic weapons tests was dumped into a 100-metre wide bomb crater on the tip of the uninhabited island.
    US Army engineers sealed it up with a half-metre thick concrete cap almost the size of an Australian football ground, then left the island.
    Now with sea levels rising, water has begun to penetrate the dome."

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-27/the-dome-runit-island-nuclear-test-leaking-due-to-climate-change/9161442

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    1. I did not know about this. My wife's cousin is married to a princess of the Marshall Islands. I'll see if she knows anything about it. Thanks D.

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    2. ABC (OZ) did a great piece on "The Dome," Darren. I have Marshallese family members and am quite familiar with the history of those islands, which have been used and abused by the US government. The subject of the ABC story is very real and very serious. More pain and poison for the Pacific, sadly.

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    3. If you want to watch that show that was aired on Monday night on Australian TV Andrew, I think you might be able to see it at this link -

      http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/foreign-correspondent/NC1702H022S00

      It's well worth a watch I think.

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  20. Can't find your email on the site, so posting this Vegas datapoint here. This is the second incident of a survivor(s) being killed by a traffic accident.

    https://www.independent.ie/world-news/north-america/las-vegas-shooting-survivor-who-helped-get-victims-to-hospital-killed-in-hitandrun-36361966.html

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    1. Yeah. I guess Paddock is killing from the Great Beyond. Quite a list already. Thanks Dermot.

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    2. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/supreme-court-prepared-narrow-police-ability-track-cell-phone-users-n825001

      'Stephen Paddock, the man who opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino onto an outdoor concert below killing 58 people, once owned a unit at the Montage. Records show he sold the property in December 2016.'

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  21. Fantastic collection as usual. Love what you are doing. However, I have this one note: Why all the insistence on a 'They' behind all of these things?
    Following along through the Siren cycles and star alignments you've so well described, I was beginning to like the idea that we are all caught up in monumental cycles that we once attributed to mythical gods - and that may be evidence of the reality of those gods - but, now, you seem to be pointing to a conspiracy of "Them." Is this the Trilateral Commission? None Dare Call it Conspiracy? The Illuminati? Vigilant Citizen?
    Are we facing secret societies organizing events around the world, or are we facing vast, cyclical, archetypical elements in the human drama? Or are you saying that it's both?

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    1. Oh man, who can tell anymore? Just call them the Archons. That way you can trace it from the mundane level all the way up to the cosmic. It doesn't really make much difference, does it? The effects are the same. The terrestrial Archons are just doing the dirty work of the non-terrestrial, right? I really don't waste my time trying to parse the difference anymore.

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    2. Cinimod_ofCarthach3:57 AM, November 29, 2017

      Melchizedek is the light of God that fights the Archons Up There. He was also the priest that met Abraham after the slaughter of kings.

      Christ is attributed with saying “before Abraham stood I AM.” Some have used that as Jesus claiming to be God but it sounds more like Christ claiming to be The embodiement of the light of God. As he is High Priest forever in the order of Melchizedek.

      You know who pops up in this? Lilith. The leviathan. Her that lurks in dark waters. See she sees the stars gleaming off the water and remembers her abode before she fell. She charges heaven trying to reclaim her home.

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  22. Chris, this is from the summary of Dan Brown's first book "Digital Fortress" (1998). I wonder too. When the United States National Security Agency's code-breaking supercomputer (TRANSLTR) encounters a new and complex code—Digital Fortress—that it cannot break, Commander Trevor Strathmore calls in Susan Fletcher, their head cryptographer, to crack it. She discovers that it was written by Ensei Tankado, a former NSA employee who became displeased with the NSA's intrusion into people's private lives. Tankado intends to auction the code's algorithm on his website and have his partner, "NDAKOTA", release it for free if he dies. Essentially holding the NSA hostage, the agency is determined to stop Digital Fortress from becoming a threat to national security. http://danbrown.wikia.com/wiki/Digital_Fortress
    This show describes a Snowden-esque character. ABC Nabs Adaptation Of Dan Brown’s ‘Digital Fortress’ From Imagine & 20th TV
    http://deadline.com/2014/09/digital-fortress-show-dan-brown-abc-833393/
    Karin

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  23. Maybe i'm a bit lost, but i was wondering about the sephiroth... if the "estructure" of reality is coded in it, maybe if we took the multiple rituals and set them "over" or asociated with it, a pattern could appear. If a portal is the gold of "them", maybe we could understand what the other hand is really doing while they are doing their tricks to distract us.

    Also, about Pan and Cern: quote/ In Thelema the Night of Pan is related to the progression through Da'at, Da'at is similar to or even the same as ego death... /unquote

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  24. "You see, it can always be shown that when things like fiery eruptions happen on the earth, they are connected with the constellations, the relation of the stars to the sun... If the earth were molten inside, one would have to fancy that it is actually a little crazy — like a man who is insane and at any sudden moment begins to rage; one doesn't know when the moments will occur. But this is not true of the earth. You can always show where the warmth comes from: that it comes from outside, that at this moment such powerful heating occurs, not at all very deep in the earth, that it forces an outlet for itself.
    So the fire when Vesuvius or any other volcano erupts originates only when the cosmic temperature has become fiery. It always takes a little time before the effect is seen. The particular constellation of stars, for instance, must first work upon the earth for a time." - Rudolf Steiner "The Evolution of the Earth and Man and The Influence of the Stars"

    Hmmmmmm...

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  25. "I can never tell which line of bullshit to believe."

    I almost spit my coffee :)

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  26. "I can never tell which line of bullshit to believe."

    I almost spit my coffee :)

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  27. In keeping with the Space Bacteria theme..

    http://bigthink.com/philip-perry/did-russian-cosmonauts-find-alien-bacteria-outside-of-the-iss

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  28. I went to my friend's house the other day, and was checking out some of displayed drawings of her 5-year-old daughter, and the one in the middle featured a mermaid...

    I've been to Ushuaia before, and since it's the southernmost city in the world, there's a lot of 'upside down' imagery there. I remember buying a postcard had an upside down map of the world. Ushuaia stands in the Tierra del Fuego - Land of the Fire. Go figure, huh.

    - Bruno

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