Wednesday, February 07, 2018

New Normal Updates: The Occultation of Venus



Yeah. This is where we are now. 

Just in case you're new to this and don't know what that all means, let me get out my lucky Secret Sun Decoder-Ring®, yours for 20 proofs-of-purchase plus 44 cents postage and handing.





Before we get back into that, this fucking guy again, the one who hasn't made a coherent movie since Jackie Brown. The one who went all-in for BLM so everyone would forget his N-word jubilee in Pulp Fiction.

What is it about this Polanski guy that all these Hollywood hypocrites can't stop sucking on his dingleberries?  Are his films really all that? Not by my reckoning. I mean, I love Rosemary's Baby too but anything after Chinatown? I don't get it.

Maybe he's the high priest emeritus of the Esoteric Order of Dagon or something.

Woody Allen might be a moral bag of sick but he was a genuinely talented artist. Long past his prime, of course, but if he stopped making movies after Hannah and Her Sisters he'd still be considered one of the greatest filmmakers-- especially of comedies-- of all time. 


Yeah, the allegations. The allegations. Hmm.
(Thurman) says she insisted that she didn’t feel comfortable operating the car and would prefer a stunt person to do it. Producers say they do not recall her objecting. 
“Quentin came in my trailer and didn’t like to hear no, like any director,” she says. “He was furious because I’d cost them a lot of time. But I was scared. He said: ‘I promise you the car is fine. It’s a straight piece of road.’” He persuaded her to do it, and instructed: “ ‘Hit 40 miles per hour or your hair won’t blow the right way and I’ll make you do it again.’ 
But that was a deathbox that I was in. The seat wasn’t screwed down properly. It was a sand road and it was not a straight road.”

All I could think of while watching that video of the crash was that little surprise party Joel Kramer cooked up for Eliza Dushku after she told her chaperone that Kramer raped her in a motel room. By surprise party, I mean the botched stunt that sent Dushku to the hospital with several broken ribs.

Eliza Dushku was 12 years old at the time. I guess Quentin would argue "she was down with this."

I realize some of you reading this might be fans, but suffice it to say I most definitely am not.

FIX ME

The Super Bowl continues to raise questions, not only over the weird TD calls but over Bill Ba'alichick's unexplained benching of star cornerback Malcolm Butler. There's a lot of angry chatter up in the Boston area over this, with several folks beginning to smell a rat.

Butler was visibly crying during the Super Bowl's opening festivities and insisted the Patriots would have won had he played. There were all kinds of odd things at that game such as botched snaps, missed field goals and weird plays that really make you wonder what was really going on.

And by you, I mean you. Not me.


With the NFL in serious ratings trouble this year, maybe-- just maybe-- the league figured they needed a Cinderella story to sell here and not just another Patrio-Trons crush puny challenger outcome. 

And what better place for a Cinderella story than Philae-Delphi, home of Rocky Balboa?

Maybe they fixed Twin Brady up with the MVP as a consolation prize and engineered the playoffs so the spunky little Eagles with their substitute quarterback could depose the hated reigning champs. 

Of course, the assholes in Philly had to kind of ruin it all by going on a berserker rampage but hey, that can be spun too. Hopefully, at least.

Plus, there's the whole Vega symbolism and the smell-test failing story about a big-time Vegas high roller going all in on the Eagles and taking the local bookmakers to the cleaners.

Mix it all together and you got yourself a big bowl of rat salad.



Speaking of the Vegas, a reader pointed to the very last play of the game when Brady hurled a Hail Mary to the Mighty Man of Old, Rob "Anakim" Gronkowski. 

Gronk was seized up by four Eagles--making it about even-- who pass-interfered with a lusty abandon and nary a whistle to be heard.



The 4-on-1 setup and the size differential reminded the Vega-eyed reader of Lyra, an opinion to which I concur.

WHAT DOES SPACE SMELL LIKE?


Because space is an altar-- nothing more, nothing less-- SpaceX took the opportunity of the great Vega victory to launch the massive Falcon Heavy. 


And because the rockets were designed to zoom back to Earth, this was following their 49th launch, (the All-Important) 44 of which have been successful.

They're really enjoying themselves, wouldn't you say?


And leading to rumors that SpaceX may in fact have launched David Bowie's earthly remains into space, a "Starman" was placed in a Tesla and launched with the Falcon.

In case you don't get the reference, Bowie played Tesla in Christopher Nolan's film The Prestige.



So what does space smell like? 

Well, I'd have to say it smells like bullshit.


THE PEARLS ARE DROPPING, FOLKS


OK, Heidi Klum showed us recently that she- or her handlers-- are hip to the emerging archetypal dominants with this little display, giving us Venus (and the Siren by inference) and the Pearl, which connects to the Nephilim via Orion.

Is it my imagination or does Heidi look like she's about to drop that pearl?

This photo was produced to promote the new season of Germany's Next Top Model, a show I was quite blissfully unaware of until recently. Even so, new season starts tomorrow, in case you need to avoid it.


Just to drive the point home, her site features Klum wearing a headdress made of red butterflies. I don't think they're Plain Tigers, Spangles or Great Spangled Fritillaries however. They might be Monarchs colored red. 

Pretty sure that's it.



Dwayne Johnson has a new movie coming out and the trailer was shown at the Super Bowl. It looks like a really bad Die Hard knockoff with ridiculous stunts. 

But do notice the titular skyscraper is called the Pearl.


Good one, Elizabethfrasermeme.


And does a MMORPG company name get any more Pearly Dewdrop-a-licious than that? 

No. No, they don't.

More on this in the near future. Pearl Abyss is from South Korea, incidentally. Appropriately, given the upcoming Olympics.


And just to remind everyone, the Super Bowl ritual games kicked off with a rendering of "America the Beautiful" by Philae-Delphi native Leslie Odom.

The school choir backing him featured girls wearing pearl-encrusted sweaters. 

I think you could reasonably see the pearls as being arranged in a dropping pattern.



In case you don't, make note of James Harrison's "Pearl" tattoo, which also features praying hands and a, um, dropped crucifix.


And of course, we saw Pink bring the house down with her rendition of "The Star-Spangled Maker." Pink last made headlines when she made an impassioned defense of her daughter's androgyny at the MTV Awards, and promised to make gravel into pearls. 

Or trans-pearls, if you prefer.


To drive the point home, Pink and her family showed up in matching black three-piece suits. Snazzy.


However Pink opted for Orange when posing with her golden Freemasonic idol. 

In the last post, we talked about Pink's seeming Elizabeth Fraser LARP during the National Anthem, wearing the exact hairstyle and a very similar outfit to that of Elizabeth Fraser during her only solo concerts ever, at the Royal Festival Hall during the 2012 London Olympics.

But a couple readers also pointed out that her pearl-colored tuxedo bomber had an Orange lining.


Adding up to this little visual pun here. Quite clever, really. In case you don't get the reference, take a look at this...


Get it now?


Sadly, British actor John Mahoney-- best known for Frasier-- died during the Super Bowl at age 77.


This is taken from an interview Elizabeth Fraser gave before those only-ever solo concerts Pink seemed to be referencing at the Super Bowl, consciously or otherwise.

Incidentally, Pink made her impassioned "Pearl" speech twin days before Elizabeth Fraser's birthday. 

A Virgo, naturally.



And wonder of wonders, Cocteau Twin fanatic Robert Smith is going to be curating the Meltdown Festival, which was the actual occasion for Fraser's only solo concerts ever. Keep your fingers crossed for a repeat performance.

This news went up on Tuesday, through some kind of astonishing serendipity.




Back to the Superb Owl, some folks have asked me about the Toyota logo and what it might mean. Here, try flipping it over...


...see it? No?


Ask crazy ol' Al Crowley. He'll fill you in. 

So close your eyes and think of England.



Kinda puts Toyota's One-World Religion propaganda in a bit different light, no?



Not to mention the Alexa ads.

Bonus factoid: Aleister Crowley's birth name was Edward ALEXAnder CrOWLey.


Did you see this story? The ship searching for the missing jetliner itself went missing for three days?

Maybe it was diving for pearls. How about that "ARCHON" there, huh? 

Subtle.


Speaking of Pearls, I also mentioned the inexplicable crystal ball in the new Coke ad, which is kind of like the old "I'd like to buy the world a Coke" ad on steroids. 

Also on Xanax, Insulin, Haloperidol, Zoloft, and Ritalin. 


We saw that how that resonated quite nicely with the crystal ball the woman is peering quite revealingly into on The Spangle Maker EP, aka The Star-Spangled Maker EP. The same art is used for the "Pearly Dewdrops' Drops" 45...


...the B-side of which is the sultry "Pepper-Tree." Well, blow me down if that unlikely song doesn't sync up with another pop culture phenomenon this week....


...and that's the ALS Pepper Challenge, which is apparently the new ice-water challenge. 

"...You might have seen celebrities like Jennifer Garner, Shaquille O’Neal, Garth Brooks and Jimmy Kimmel chomping down hot peppers on TV and over social media in the name of ALS research recently"

Note Emotional Support Peacock Network logo. 

Plus, Orange.


Now back to the Apocalypse. The reason I got this crazy notion in my head some three decades-and-change ago is largely-- but not exclusively-- down to the first side of Cocteau Twins' first US release.


Now, keeping in mind all the pearly bits we've seen, as well as Pink singing "Star-Spangled Banner" at the Superb Owl, let's just reiterate that the album in question is The Pink Opaque, whose first side opens with "The Spangle Maker"...


 ....and ends with "Pearly Dewdrops' Drop." And seriously; how long has it been since pearls were in last?

Oh, plus "Wax and Wane?" Aside from the tragic connection to Chi Cheng of the Deftones (who was replaced by a Vega)...


...there's also this. Waxing and waning.



The Pink Opaque came out January 13, 1986, two weeks before the Challenger disaster, which links us back to the Harvest 91 Festival via Stephen Paddock...



...as well as January 13th also being the day air-raid sirens screamed out the Apocalypse in Hawaii, in response to an "accidental" missile warning.


Speaking of Sirens, a lot of folks have asked me about the Manchester Art Gallery's removal of JW Waterhouse's Hylas and the Nymphs. The Gallery said they intended to "prompt conversation." 

Of what, you may ask?

I'd venture it was to "prompt conversation" of Jeff Buckley's drowning death in 1997 in Memphis and its importance to the overall apocalyptic narrative. Just a thought. 

But if Buckley was Hylas, then who was his Herakles? 


How about Joan Wasser? She gets my vote.


WHICH PART OF "IT NEVER ENDS" DID YOU NOT UNDERSTAND?


Well, we've seen the plethora of Elizabeth Fraser connections to Rose McGowan and the #metoo movement. Far too many to go into here. But as the Apocalypse demands, there's also an Elizabeth Fraser connection to Thurman. And it's the same connection we saw to Tom Delonge and the CIAUFO Traveling Road Show. Which probably means something.




And that's "Iceblink Luck," the first single off of Heaven or Las Vegas. It was used in the film Mad Dog and Glory, and was in fact the first Cocteau Twins song ever used in a movie. There haven't been a whole lot of them, so they all take on a special resonance.

I especially like firsts. They always have a much more powerful resonance field, symbolically-speaking. And how apropos is it that "Kissed Out Red Floatboat" was used in a TV show about lifeguards?


El-Sibyl-Beth Fraser actually mentioned Mad Dog and Glory during her painful meltdown and recorded by Melody Maker in their 9/11/ 93 (shall be the whole of the law) issue.


There's also this; Uma Thurman, from The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.


And again, Heidi Klum more recently.

This.

I'm sure quite a few of you would really appreciate it if I put a cork in the whole Elizabeth Fraser exegesis. And I'd be more than happy to, believe me. I do have other things to do, you know.

The only problem is that someone or something seems to be going through an awful lot of trouble to spray-paint her name where it simply does not belong. I feel a responsibility to point that out. And my guess is there's a lot more to come. And that it means something.

What good is it? Well, I give you one small example; I really wish I bet-- and bet big-- on the Eagles, as all the evidence was screaming at me to do. (I didn't actually bet on the Baphomets; that was a joke). 

All of this is becoming rather predictive and is connecting all sorts of dots that most people out there can barely even perceive. I'd kind of like to know why.

Now, I have no idea why the gods (or, y'know, D::Wave) seem to have had chosen a reclusive and deeply-strange Scottish singer from some weird 80s band to be their oracle. I'm sure everyone would expect an aloof and majestic sylph like Lisa Gerard or a superstar like Beyonce to play that role (Fraser once described herself as a "wee scruff-bag")

But I'm also sure no one could ever figure out why the gods chose their oracles back in the day either. Their ways are unknowable.


132 comments:

  1. Cinimod_ofCarthach5:24 AM, February 07, 2018

    gods? Is that’s what we are calling the Tavistock Insritute?

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    1. No, I call them Tavvie-Wavvie. It really gets on their nerves. They get so mad at me!

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    2. That's what I saying.

      So then...who and what really, really IS Tavi? I imagine it's a situation like 'Teh Nine' and their channelings turn of the century meetin's

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  2. Hi Chris! Speaking of Cybele graffiti... On last night's episode of Curse of Oak Island on The History Channel, a iron cross that was found while metal detecting along the island's rocky shore was examined by "expert" in goddess worship Zena Halpern. She claimed the relic was not a cross. It was in fact a 3000+ year old image of THE PHOENECIAN GODDESS TANIT. Tanit Pene Ba'al, the face of Ba'al. On the same episode, a giant machine that oscillates huge caisons into the ground broke down. The cause was found (immediately) to be a "failed o-ring" and they showed the up close image of the o-ring. Then it cut to an image of a bunch of people clustered around the o-ring and one of them calls it a "casualty of war" and says "it never stood a chance". I don't even watch this show, it just happened to be what my husband flipped to while looking for something else...at the EXACT MOMENT that TanitAstarteInannaIsis was making her bizarre entrance.

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    1. Ooh, good one, Johanna. I'll check that out.

      Failed o-ring. You gotta love it.

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    2. I have a weird fascination of that show. It's the same thing every week, but I've been interested in the Oak Island Mystery since seeing an Episode of 'In Search Of...' when I was a kid. Interestingly the treasure hunters on the show give names to their excavation holes, 10X, H8, and the hole where the O-Ring failed was called DMT, after the initials of the step brother of one of the group, who'd recently died.

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    3. I'm old enough to have watched Al Capone's Vault Live so I'm a wee bit leery.

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    4. Oh, it's a crap show. I refer to it as 'Idiots Digging Holes' to my wife. They are always 'this close' to finding lost Templar Treasure, the Ark of the Covenant, or Lost Shakespeare manuscripts base on the flimsiest of clues. The first location to be excavated on Oak Island in 1799 is known as the Money Pit. THAT is the Mystery of Oak Island...Why do treasure hunters pour their personal fortune into finding treasure that was likely recovered centuries ago, if it existed at all. That Phoenician cross was probably the most interesting thing they've run across on the show and it was found on a beach nowhere near the alleged Money Pit.

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    5. All well said, Bruce. History really seems to scraping the barrel at this point.

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  3. Speaking of firsts and lasts I just finished "The AO." Very good. No comments on Justin Timberlake's performance? I liked his hypercubes on stage with him. There's a neat youtube video showing a guy playing with a VR hypercube here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-yRYmdsnGs

    Which brings us to the soon to be released Wrinkle in Time movie which will probably be crap. Anyways there's a quote that made me think of The AO, in John Irwin's American Heiroglyphics. He is discussing Poe's M.S. Found in a Bottle and how the narrator cannot possibly be telling the story of being caught up in a whirlpool at the center of a polar vortex because he would have died in the process. He goes on to connect the quest for the source of language to the quest for the source of the Nile, and the Lewis and Clark Expedition which is similar to an American quest for the source of the Nile. He notes that the Greeks called the mountain at the source of the Nile the Mountain of the Moon.

    Here's the quote I wanted to share: "The fisherman has come close enough to the unspeakable mysteries of the abyss for some of their incommunicability to rub off on his narrative, an incommuanbility that involves not the discussion of language or its ability to convey meaning but it's failure to convey credibility. As the direct confrontation with the absolute means the ontological undoing narrator and narrative, so the mere vicinity of the absolute brings about their logical undoing, the dissolution of the logical status of discourse."

    That was how I felt at the end of The AO but I couldn't articulate it at the time.

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    1. I commented on the JT performance in the previous post. Check it out.

      Is the OA in there too?

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    2. About "Wrinkle in time": Stop the trailer where you see the blackboard. Make the picture big enough that you can read what's on the blackboard. Search for that theorem. It's very interesting indeed.

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  4. Hi Chris,

    Did you read my blog “1260 Days”?

    Yes or No?

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    1. Not that I remember. Did you send a link?

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    2. Hi Chris- thanks for replying. I did not send you a link but there were so many points of "convergence" I had to wonder. I'm sure you understand. I opened the blog briefly if you are interested.

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    3. Thank you kindly, Chloe. Can you share some of the themes you're finding commonality with here?

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  5. On last night's episode of History Channel's The Curse of Oak Island, an iron cross that was found on the islands rocky shore was examined by Godess Worship "expert" Zena Halpern. She insisted it was not a cross at all, it was actually a 3000+ year old image of the Phoenician goddess Tanit, the consort of Ba'al Hammon... Next, a huge machine that oscillates enormous metal caisons into the ground suddenly broke down and began gushing fluids all over the ground. It's operator immediately found the cause of trouble- A FAILED O-RING which they zoomed in on to show up close. Then they showed a bunch of people clustered around looking at this (quarter-sized) o-ring and one person calls it "a casualty of war" and another says "HE never stood a chance".
    Called the o-ring "he".
    Paddock/Lockheed-Martin/Challenger disaster reference maybe? I don't even watch this show, my husband just happened to flip to it while looking for something else- at THE EXACT MOMENT CybeleInannaAstarteIsis was making her grand entrance. I almost screamed out loud. Almost. WTF.

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    1. There are no accidents just convergences of reality streams as they wind their way around.

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  6. What about the egg? Centerpiece of the entire stage show.
    Falcon Heavy "lost the center core". Deep sea ingredient.

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    1. Man, it's been so long since I've seen that I forgot. Cheers.

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  7. Over the Moon, from PEARL Studio, is about a young girl who builds a rocket ship so that she can travel to the moon and meet Chang’e, the Moon Goddess

    Legendary Disney Animator to Helm Chinese Musical Over the Moon for Netflix

    https://io9.gizmodo.com/legendary-disney-animator-to-helm-chinese-musical-over-1822779211

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    1. Yes indeed, I have that sitting in the queue. Thank you for bringing it up.

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    2. Ecstatic flights to the Moon were part and parcel of philosophical and proto-scientific (as opposed to religious) Taoism during the Tang dynasty, i.e. more than a thousand years ago.

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  8. You may also want to keep an eye on The Alienist, new on TNT. It's set in New York at the turn of the century. The plot thus far centers around a budding serial killer who targets cross-dressing male child prostitutes. Also depicted are Whorehouses full of little boys in drag that cater to the city's rich and super-rich, "the men of millionaire's row". They are operated by the (mostly Irish-American) Five Points Gang and protected by law enforcement. The killer comes from one of these elite families and although his viciousness is known about, it is covered up because "between scandal and a dead child, the rich will choose a dead child every time". The killer has some kind of obsession with water. J.P. Morgan, when seen at the opera with a (teenage-ish) very young woman, is said,to refer to all of the many young women he is seen with as his "nieces". There's also a scene in which an investigator asking questions about the most recent murder is drugged and then little boys are ordered to engage in sexual acts with him while he's totally incoherent, which they of course photograph with the intent of using the photos to control him. A young Theodore Roosevelt is the new police commissioner and a foe of rampant corruption within the police department. The main actors are Dakota Fanning (whom I remember best as the alien-hybrid savior girl in Spielberg's "Taken"),Daniel Bruhl (Captain America:Civil War), and Luke Evans ( Beauty and the Beast). The show is filmed in Budapest.

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    1. I just finished the 1st book and there is a Secret Sun reference that I wish I could share. It's a subject Chris has brought up many times in the last 5 years. It's too much of a spoiler and will probably end up in the show though.
      Karin

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    2. I read the book and the sequel a million years ago so I guess I can go into it all fresh. It depicts the world that so many people are working so hard to restore, particularly in Silicon Valley. Thank you for the top info, Johanna and Karin.

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    3. I've been enjoying The Alienist, the show touches some of the same themes that were present in HBO's "Boardwalk Empire", namely how law enforcement often helps to cover up the sex crimes of the economic elite. Boardwalk Empire also had a water fetish, with several ongoing references to Neptune's Festival in prohibition-era Atlantic City.

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  9. Heidi Klemen is 44 years old (of course she is!)

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    1. As is Rose McGowan. OCD can be funny sometimes.

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  10. A moon goddess called "chang'e"?!? Had to wiki that and found two tidbits. First one:

    The recently rediscovered divination text Guizang contains the story of Chang'e as a story providing the meaning to Hexagram 54 of the I Ching, "Returning Maiden".

    Second, she is connected to something called the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is based on the Chinese lunar calendar and just happened to fall on October 4th last year. Close enough for rock n roll I guess.

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    1. Horseshoes and hand grenades, right? What times we live in.

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    2. This report suggests Paddock was MK'd (or people are being paid/threatened to say he was):

      http://thefreethoughtproject.com/vegas-shooters-former-escort-was-under-govt-control/

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  11. "All of this is becoming rather predictive and is connecting all sorts of dots that most people out there can barely even perceive. I'd kind of like to know why."

    The writing is on the wall for those who can read it. Either it's intended to be subliminal, which I doubt, or it's there for those who can see it stick out like a sore thumb.

    It seems you are one of those latter, who can see - either due to diligent research, or because you have been inculcated.

    [Perhaps you are simply searching for those who can see?]

    Either way, bear in mind that The Illuminati, necessarily being hyper-unscrupulous, have an appropriately effective workforce (of psychopaths and corrupted) and this has to be disposed of prior to the cataclysm. It is likely that this workforce has been deluded by supernatural/demonic inventions of a satanic/luciferian bent, i.e. promised that the great mission is of a chthonic nature and that if they serve their masters well they will be among those to inherit the Earth, now ever more overtly polluted and corrupted.

    Their reassurance that they are privileged with a true understanding of the eschaton, and that their glory is similarly immanent, is provided via this mural efflorescence.

    It will intensify - as will cosmogenic manifestations, but these will consequently be perceived by such 'evil mercenaries' as chthonic rather than cosmic.

    Everyone at every level has their own story.

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    1. The Abyss is deep space, after all. Tiamat and the rest of it.

      The world is still asleep, though. It's not a very fitful rest, however.

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  12. Today's apocolyptic imagery:

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/06/world/taiwan-earthquake/index.html

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    1. I was actually going to include that too but it was running long. Cheers.

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    2. Replay! 2 years to the day of the 6.4 Taiwan EQ of 2016

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  13. Orange crocodiles:
    Why are these gray African crocodiles turning orange? - CNN
    https://apple.news/A2wkhpBOxRySmxVDAsnX5UA

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  14. Orange crocodiles, with blazing red eyes:

    Why are these gray African crocodiles turning orange? - CNN
    https://apple.news/A2wkhpBOxRySmxVDAsnX5UA

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    1. Well, if that's not in Revelation it should be. Thanks, Unknowie.

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    2. An "Orange alligator" was seen and became a news story in S.C in 2016.

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  15. The NFL deserves all the skepticism in the world, but don't overplay the hand, Chris. Fact is Pats were living on past reputation and the Eagles were quite good. Their coach's fearless playcalling for 60 minutes certainly helped. And I'm sorry, that selective screenshot of Gronk in a hail mary jump ball NEVER gets called PI. NEVER.

    But yeah, when one remote viewing guy gets to vote thumbs up or thumbs down on every significant play, the opportunity for a fix is built into the system.

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    1. I just wish I dropped a few thou on the Eagles. Is what I'm saying.

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  16. After Tom Delonge started Angels and Airwaves, the remaining Blink members formed a seemingly rival band called...+44. Jus sayin'.

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    1. Do we expect anything else? Thanks, Doc.

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    2. France IDD country code: 33
      UK: 44

      Hmm. Shouldn't that be the other way round? :-)

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  17. John Mahoney passing at age 77 adds yet more Thelemic resonance to the connection between "Frasier" and the events of 9/11. Kelsey Grammer was often quoted as saying he wanted the show to run for 11 years, "eleven was the number in his head". Frasier show runner David Angell was (officially) on the plane that departed from Logan airport and crashed into one of the towers. There is a lot of high strangeness surrounding "Frasier", a show about privately-schooled, elitist brothers living in Seattle. I'm not sure if you've ventured into the David Angell story, there is so much "sinister force" energy going on there. The Lovecraft/Angell connection, the Hollywood/Pentagon connection, and more, so much more.

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    1. How could there not be, Gene? There's definitely something about that name that probably goes back to the days of William the Conqueror.

      It's all being revealed.

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    2. And yet, when I gently remind my friends that entertainment is by definition a part of the military-industrial complex (always was, always will be), they look at me like I have two heads.

      Because in their minds, entertainment is about acting, singing and dancing to make us "happy".

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    3. Grammar, who had some pretty tragic personal events in his life, iirc, links through Cheers to Woody Harrelson (and Angell was also with Cheers, again iirc). Harrelson in turn had an imprisoned father much like Paddock's.

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    4. Yes, Harrelson joined the Cheers cast in season 4, the same year Grammer became a regular cast member and the same year that Angell took over the production reins. Its like the three were a package deal. It seems as if Angell was handling them. Harrelson's rise to fame and fortune is really remarkable, not since Kermit the Frog has someone arrived in Hollywood with "no connections at all" then promptly lands one of the sweetest prime-time gigs ever, a role named just for him. And look at him now, he's in so many films, an A-list star. In the final season of Cheers, Woody runs for political office, and wins. If I was a betting person, I might wager that this will eventually happen in reality.

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    5. Wow, no idea the connections were that tight. Shelley Long was also iffy in the sense she was typecast and had a very short career, almost as if she was needed for a single purpose (ditzy blonde intellectual meme?) and then discarded.

      And for my non-Cheers political candidate of the future I nominate the well-oranged Astro's pitcher Justin Verlander, His father was a union negotiator and now he is marrying management to suckle at the breast of the Upton clan, America's well known (and wealthy) Whirlpool (a water-related sync right there) appliance sellers. The literal marriage between the left and right sure seems to point to JV's "rise" after baseball. It's almost like a watching a script being written for his future campaign ads.

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  18. any comments on the Natalie Wood case that seems to make my internet news feed most days? Allegedly reopened in 2011.

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    1. I think I might have touched on that case in the past. I'll have to check the archives. I thought the minute I heard she had died that some kind of monkey business was at hand. A lot of people did. Wagner got his big break in a Leslie Stevens project, so there you go.

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  19. Hey Chris, just wondering if you noticed that a brief moment prior to the patriots moving up their score to 33.

    The camera was zoomed in on the JERSEY of player 69 - MASON.

    33=MASON.

    The camera then zoomed at his JERSEY which is titled MASON after the patriots moved up to 33 points.

    Kinda obvious if you ask me. And JT headlining the superbowl after Secret Sun scrabble hits such as filthy AND supplies is very surprising huh?? haha.

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    1. I didn't see that- I'll have to look that up. Cheers, Mister.

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  20. Las Vegas police searching for suspected serial shooter targeting the homeless, killing 2

    https://www.yahoo.com/gma/las-vegas-police-searching-suspected-serial-shooter-targeting-152403288--abc-news-topstories.html

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    1. Yessir- another story that got yanked, along with all the Vegas stuff. Soon...

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  21. Sorry if I missed a previous comment- but did anyone else notice the tidbit one the NYT Uma article that mentions he father being a professor and his belief that Uma is actually a reincarnated goddess??

    Also- I watched the new Amazon series Brittania over the past few days and found it interesting that the have several sequences in which the Druids send people on journeys through the Underworld. To get there they toss the subject over a cliff into water where they sink through the water and into their journey, and then wash up on some unspecified shore afterward. There were a number of other details that I found interesting in this context as well. The show is advertised as “horror fantasy” and does not claim to be historically accurate, but it was pretty interesting.

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    1. If I can stomach the posh accents I will look for that. My mother used to make us watch Masterpiece Theatre so whenever I heard those Old Vic accents I run screaming. Thank you, Kate.

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    2. Chris mentioned Glenn Close in the Rose McGowan post, so I looked her up. Her parents were Connecticut patricians - a physician and a socialite - who then enroled in a cult-cum-commune.

      Oh, and the physician father was sent to Belgian Congo (later Zaire). Where he happened to befriend a young soldier. Who then happened to become the country's leader and an archetypal monster of an African dictator. Dr Close's tenure in Zaire also happened to be the time of the first documented outbreak of the Ebola virus, which the brave doctor heroically worked to contain. Says Wikipedia.

      No wonder Glenn is a Hollywood star (though I always found her singularly devoid of a shred of sex appeal; even in Fatal Attraction she looks like the guy's mother). Her daddy earned it many times over.

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  22. As one of the techies here, I have to say, WTF is going on with SpaceX? I do sort of understand intellectually that maybe weird stuff is going on with the Superbowl, but sports are sports, and space, sorry, but that's True Religion. Nobody is going to wonder about the scores a thousand years from now. Rivers of ink may flow among historians about why the hell somebody felt a need to put a car in orbit. I mean, it makes zero sense from any technical viewpoint. And I get that it has ritual and marketing significance, but still, you could achieve practically the same by painting a satellite (a very basic one, if you are short of cash or time to put it together) with the Tesla logo, or something along those lines. So WTF???

    The only explanation that makes any sense to me right now smacks of desperation, and an awful lot of desperation at that. If you expected civilization to end tomorrow, well yeah, you might want our descendants to be aware about the level of technology we reached, and things are more likely to be preserved orbiting in space than pretty much anywhere on Earth.

    Does anyone have another explanation that makes sense and isn't terrifying?

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    1. I'm not sure I can answer that, Maria. I'm even less sure if I'd want to if I could. That guy seems a bit freaked-out for my comfort. What exactly does he know?

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    2. The model for US innovation seems to be develop technology with taxpayer's money (usually via the military), then later on release it into the civilian world while making certain business types great fortunes - computers, satellites, drones, AI etc. Everyone claps at the wonders of the free-market & the original history of this stuff is heavily obscured.

      SpaceX puzzles me though. Their hardware is very clever - sort of like the Delta clipper but cheap & reliable - but they're burning through a staggering amount of cash. In theory they could make large future profits from NEO flights, but that is presupposing other actors don't produce similarly cheap competing hardware - which they will. Yet Musk's core obsession is Mars and the effort and funds required for that would be way more than any single company makes.

      In summary: nice, but whose magic money tree are they shaking and why are the notoriously penny-pinching tech lords* betting their fortunes on this?

      *at least when it comes to their average-earning staff and paying those tax things.

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    3. Musk's been promoted his 'boring' company by selling flamethrowers, a video shows elon approaching the camera with a manic grin as he fires away, in the background two images of Mars(?), one all lush green & blue the other the orange desert planet as seen today. Another vid shows a grinning blonde haired girl blasting away as a weirdly positioned chap lacking the required muscle mass to stay in pose joins in the hilarity, the caption:

      'Great for roasting nuts'.

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    4. Nothing on TV is REAL with real time video live editing t and real time speech control tech.Also fake photos of human heads are now created by AI.You would think the Amazing Musk would visit the Moon before Mars?

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  23. Apparently the Pearl Skyscraper has....wait for it...244 floors. Of course it does. (https://www.northjersey.com/story/life/columnists/bill-ervolino/2018/02/05/skyscraper-trailer-feat-dwayne-johnson-thrills-during-super-bowl-52/306415002/)

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    1. Hilarity! They really can't help themselves.

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  24. Chris, your posts help me make sense of the insane MSM! Thanks for all you do.

    Stripped of ritual trappings, perhaps, these are the human sacrifices to the Vegas.

    https://lasvegassun.com/news/2018/feb/06/police-same-gunman-targeted-homeless-victims/

    Syncra

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    1. Yeah, Syncra. Getting to that soon. Upsetting.

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    2. From today's papers: People in Mosul, Iraq are slowly returning to their bombed-out, burned-out homes. Only to find them littered with corpses. The authorities are refusing to assist - which sounds like a psy-op; as Muslims are required to bury the dead within 24 hours.

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    3. Elite govt agent pedos need hobbies too.

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  25. Elon's roadster took a wrong turn, and is headed for the Asteroid Belt. Maybe we won't be able to play Jamestown on Mars after all.

    https://www.space.com/39619-spacex-falcon-heavy-roadster-to-asteroid-belt.html

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    1. Here am I floating in a tin can...

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    2. Miles Mathis wrote some good observations about Elon a while ago. Clearly a whole lotta fabrication going on there. Makes you wonder if the guy even exists...

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  26. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/bd/Here_and_Now.png

    Just saw this in a YouTube ad. Interesting tagline.

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    1. Alan Ball. Well, here comes the social engineering onslaught!

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  27. Vegan/human hybrid DNA results are in.

    https://youtu.be/r1k_b-jmz3k

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    1. The good hybrids :)

      https://youtu.be/ls_ZtM1Itzs

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    2. I watched that the other day. Very interesting.

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    3. Update: A few words about palm tree's.

      https://youtu.be/k5vMzW2XyEk

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    4. Is this what you mean by our lady?

      https://goo.gl/images/DCWghV

      https://goo.gl/images/QSUCsQ

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    5. Pearly dew drop.

      https://i.stack.imgur.com/B5mck.jpg

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  28. U. Thurman's mother first husband was Timothy Leary. Oh boy.

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    1. Leary is also Winona Ryder's godfather. Ryder's family knew many of the counterculture icons.

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/profiles/fallen-angel-winona-ryder-on-bouncing-back-from-her-decade-in-the-wilderness-8627582.html

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    2. I knew people who knew her father. Interesting crowd.

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    3. Here's an article - or shall I say, a massive pack of lies, on Dr Close, his uber-moral Moral Re-Armament cult and his blessed work in Zaire.

      http://newafricanmagazine.com/how-the-father-of-glenn-close-became-mobutus-personal-doctor/

      Written by someone who only wishes to be known as "newwork". Well, that figures.

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  29. Why is E. Musk re making the opening of Heavy Metal the movie with a real car?

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  30. Ozzy Osbourne announced today that this would be his last tour because he wants to spend more time with his grandchildren, the eldest of which is named Pearl. To his fans he promised he will still record and play venues such as... Vegas! What a beautiful world we live in.

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    1. That's good though. I want to remember Ozzy the way he was in the 70s not the way he was on that awful TV show.

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    2. Not sure when Pearl was born though given the time the name might have been inspired by Janis Joplin, whose nickname was Pearl, and which was used as the title for her final posthumous album.

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    3. "We need Perry Mason" he sang in 1995.

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    4. A lot of notable 'Farewell' tours announced this year including;
      Slayer, Elton John(70), Paul Simon(76), Lynrd Skynrd, Neil Diamond(77), Ozzy(69, Frankie Valli, Fleetwood Mac (reuniting for the farewell)
      -AKK

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  31. God, Chris has really lost his mind. The prestige really touched on the theme of youth and obsession. Can we get back to Luxifers tech, and give the siren a moment of rest. - Ro from Sac

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    1. I'm sorry, which of these non-sequiturs am I supposed to focus on here, Ro from Sac?

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  32. OK, I checked out if anyone knows the orbital path of that car that's supposedly on orbit and, surprise surprise, it hasn't been released. Maybe there is something on orbit, maybe not. If there is something (and I'm inclined to think there probably is, not much point in launching a rocket on empty), it may be a car, or it may be something else. Yeah, we've seen video. And? Been to any movies lately?

    Most likely explanation: Musk has put something on orbit, and he doesn't want the plebs to know what it is. He does want the plebs to buy his car, though.

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    1. Musk is only a distraction placating the longing for "green" technology. He does a great (and no doubt intentional) disservice to the actual tech Tesla invented. As others have pointed out here, we only get the dregs of tech, that which either stupefies/pacifies, enslaves or costs us money to run. Half-baked you could say. Tesla was not the only one to tap into the "wheel work of nature". There are now thousands of patents suppressed as a matter of 'national security '. What ever Musk is up to is a side show.

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    2. Very true. Who needs free electricity and such, eh.

      Tesla was a true Titan. His history is not easy to explore even with the best of intentions, partly as he kept moving around - from Serbia via a teaching post in Prague (where no one nowadays seems bothered to dig up what he may have left behind), all the way to the US of A.

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  33. The (Toyoda) Company Katagana logo? 3 part japantravelcafe.com/japanese-language-nihongo/learning-japanese-from-car-names-toyota-katagana

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  34. There's no need to censor yourself by using 'N-word' as placeholder, today's big news from The Great British Isles:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/02/07/first-britons-black-natural-history-museum-dna-study-reveals/

    We really are all one! The would-be-tptb's plan to unify humanity is only going to return us to our natural state of unity! Don't fight It racist!

    The intersectional minefield salting the Earth with talk of 'be who you want to be do what you want to do' (BWYWTBDWYWTD) caught out Klum's fomer hubby 'Seal', he made a major boo-boo tweet-castigating oprah for her silence on weinstein (only to be castigated himself for rumoured abuse of women to which he grovellingly backtracked on his go at 'the next president'), It's not just 'whites' (who are apparently really 'black', & even if not 'race is a social construct' (did I get that right?)) who need to know their place & express their solidarity by stepping back & being silent!

    Why have those with demiurgical aspirations arranged things so as to seek to capitalize on the total dissolution of life being possible at all (the end result of the 'do what thou wilt' ethos our species is sterilising Itself with)?

    Whether It's the likes of p!nk & her fellow tavistocked rainbow-warrior-fluid child abusing fellow travellers, beyonce & co's 'FEMINIST/BLM' exhortations or the endless distorting talk of 'gender-pay gaps' & the need for men to 'stand aside' the end result is the further toxifying of existence.

    The case du jour in this awards season is this #MeToo/Time'sUp psyop which focuses entirely on past obscenity, which rightfully pointed out by some is largely women, happy at time's past to sleep/jacuzzi their way on to the silver screen, later seeking to capitalize further by claiming a lack of agency in their road to stardom making choices (why afterall do people wish to 'be in the limelight' & become 'stars' at all?), whilst remaining silent on the degeneracy facilitated, enabled & protected by anti-human agents going on now, to rub salt into the wound scum like natalie portman talk of being pro-women whilst doing all they can to facilitate anti-women & ultimately anti-human machination continuing to thrive.

    (Unsurprisingly the #120db (a '9') movement in Germany garners zero support from these supposed idols of empowerment).

    No wonder the philly team was gifted the win anything else would have gone against the narrative seeking dominance, take that evil waycis cheeto in chief no photo for you!

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    1. Race and nationality are the old "mind control op". They would still be leaning on them real heavy apart from the fact that they are so unappealing due to undeniable history. In fact they are leaning on them about as heavy as they can get away with. It's just that the sort of racism and nationalism they push is just not the sort that people want.

      "But daddy it isn't fair! Nobody ever knew that racism could cut two ways. Someone should have stopped great-great grandfather from being an awful racist and told him that I would be punished for it!"

      "It's not about fairness son. The strong do what that can and the weak do what they must. In the new global order you have to understand that everyone is terribly weak when compared to 'them'. You have to expect them to flex their muscles now and again for no other reason that they are bored and want to make an example of some group or other."

      "So you are saying that I should be a racist as well daddy?"

      "Well, son, at this point, it couldn't hurt. After all it is the family tradition."

      You don't need computer models to prove that British people used to be seen as the N-words of Europe. It's right there in the imperial history, nasty little Britons, superstitious magical people on the edge of civilisation who worship shadows on lakes and dragons. Tribal people who live in mud huts who sell their people into slavery in exchange for glass beads. Useful as a colony to extract resources from, but, oh, what a miserable posting. And this also... has been one of the dark places of the earth.

      Before Rome, even, the people on the western edge of Europe were on the extreme fringes, the edge of the known world. Useful ports to "good places" were around the Mediterranean sea.

      Now, we could go all Atlantean and say that Britons, Basques and so on were the last remnants of an ancient technological race that was greater than any on earth. Or say that they are just the same old human genetic and cultural cruft that you see everywhere else but more isolated and crappy.

      What reaction is supposed to be "triggered" by understanding that your ancestors might have had black skin? Now Channel 4, who commissioned this "black Briton" show, as well as generating international controversy with that recent Dr Peterson interview, has a remit from government that it is supposed to follow. You can look it up but it might make you even more spitting mad at the whole web of government conspiracy than before. Or it might make you think that their agenda is somewhat transparent and that if they didn't create controversy or challenging content then they wouldn't serve any purpose at all. For so long they idled on the success of the "Big Brother" reality show and now they have a cooking show that they stole from the BBC. They show such challenging content as Friends, The Simpsons and Big Bang Theory. Well, their remit is also to make money commercially without taking from the public purse.

      People paying attention would already understand this transition to whiteness as a natural consequence of genetics and evolution. Like, the red hair mutation, a variant of the skin pigment that can cause red hair. Your skin is lighter so can create more vitamin d in lower light but lacks the ability to "tan" well. Sometimes if exposed to sun, when young, your skin becomes "confused" and freckles. Not knowing if your skin should be black or white. Not every white person in Britain has this genetic variant and, in fact, it is becoming rarer. What part of this implies a coherent "race" of people who naturally belong in a region?

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    2. Yes,I always believe msm daily propaganda especially "science news" because I saw a article on the web.The same Langley controlled media that denies the reality of Giants,Indonesia Hobbits and the Ancient "Cone Head" Megalithic Building Civilization?

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  35. Hello Indras net. I have been talking about synchronicity and numerology/astrology/divination for only for the past couple years. My experiences have been getting more and more synchronous or rather I am simply discovering the already present coincidence/synchronicities that underlie my life.


    The discovery of these already present connections and the method of which the data points are found are entirely based on intuition and “going with the flow” Sometimes these discovered sync-points are related to me personally, IE a significant number,social, phone number, birthday. Other times the data discovered shows Cosmic connections and improbabilities that people have a hard time grappling with.


    I will start with the point of data discovered and then detail the linear path taken via clues and cues from the universe.


    365 months = 11111 days........ this is what I found that freakin blew my mind/ of course magnified by the method of discovery.


    I had been writing about xfiles, Terry o quin (john Locke from lost) I found out his nickname was mister 1013 on IMDB. I remembered that 10-13 -1307 was the origin of Friday the thirteenth and The destruction of the Templars. I learned that King Philip made the order to arrest the templars but it wasn't until 11-22 (JFKs assasination and Thanksgiving this year) that a Papal Bull was issued.

    This made 10-13 a prominent point. As
    Chris Knowles fellow Synchromystic KNOWS Chris Carter.

    https://www.amazon.com/Complete-X-Files-Behind-Myths-Movies/dp/1933784725

    He wrote a book on the Xfiles which Chris Carter wrote the Intro for. Chris Carters company that made xfiles is called Ten Thirteen because that is the Birthdate of Chris Carter!

    https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2018/02/shocker-philaedelphi-vegas-win-super.html


    https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Q2oXO8Q6_Is/WngBdH1aPsI/AAAAAAAAcxI/RIXIocud0toOmWxKNIM8fO70ETOogJlAQCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/Screen%2BShot%2B2018-02-05%2Bat%2B12.56.07%2BAM.png


    which lead to this commercial


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUoD-gPDahw&t=1s


    My synchromystic mind sees the 1013 and says there is SOMETHING here. But what? The song is “The time of my life” which Debuted in the film Dirty dancing on 8-21-1987

    I think “Thats close to my birthday” Then the next thing I do is check from The release of Dirty Dancing until this commercial aired. 8-21-1987_2-4-2018

    http://www.gematrinator.com/calculator/datecalculator.php


    I first notice the count of 11125 days and say damn that's really close to 11111 days. So I find the difference and it is 14 days or 2 weeks.


    That is when I notice the Month count says 365 months and 14 days Which means.........................................................365 months = 11111 days Just absorb that for a second.


    Shortly before the 8-21-2017 eclipse that divided America I found out that from my birth 6-30-1987 until the eclipse was 11011. coupled with the time the eclipse ended was 4pm (my time of birth)


    I took me about 30 minutes to notice but the date Dirty dancing was released was 8-21-1987 Exactly 30 years before the Eclipse where I was 11011 days old.


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  36. After finding all this out I went to bed and was lieing there on the threshold of sleep and POP in my mind goes “A Saturn return is around 30 years.” Astrologically a “Return' is a return to the position in the sky that the object was on the date and time of birth. Saturn's 29.5 year Trek around the sun makes it so around 30 years old you will be experiencing energies that have taken as long as you have been alive to cycle back too.


    So I went on the quest to locate when my Saturn Return landed for me. 12-30-2016 was this point for me. This was 29.5 years into my life. So like I usually do when I get a date I pop it into google to see what the news was for that day.


    I did this last night and I googled 12-30-2016. I saw the page “ If I was born 12-30-2016 how old would I be today?” I clicked and I seriously thought it was a joke or that I had done something wrong but NOPE.


    1y 1m 1w 1d....... 404 (my area code)days....... Said another way I found the date of my Saturn return exactly 1y 1m 1w 1d AFTER it occurred. 1111 found via the 11111 found via the 10-13 that made me look into dirty dancing....... Christ on a bike I know this sounds crazy and a lot of folks are going to gloss over it and call it cherry picking coincidental nonsense. This is just my life and Im curious as to why its like it is.


    Synchronicity is the realest force ive felt. And following my gut completely clashes with logic. The things im finding shouldn't logically be there.

    Playing with numbers is wild stuff. as im typing the title to this post, i get the idea " what is 365 times 11111?) 4044404..... if you look above 404 days was the number from my Saturn return until the day i discovered it. (today)

    Do your own date calculations and follow your gut. im becoming more convinced in astrology and TIME as we know it is linked to the celestial spheres. a DAY being a link to the earth a MONTH being to the moon, and YEAR being to the SUN.


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  37. Greetings Chris,
    Just to add to this current I would like to point out that John Perry Barlow passed away today, feb 7, at the age of 70.
    Mr. Barlow well known for his song writing collaborations with bob weir of the Grateful Dead, a band surrounded in sync/conspiracy.. Also, "perry"... rest his soul.
    Cheers
    -AKK

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  38. Elizabeth Frazier as the joker...that jumped out (obvious, all at once) but was new to me.

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  39. Liz ends up being a caricature...of herself. The (supposed) obsessions about her...from lynch, Robert plant, etc, are all contrived, IMHO. The intended focal points started around time of honing the work-in-progress scriptures, to meet certain goals, and have never stopped. The whole point is to nullify what is real. WE live an existance. OUR lives are real..We feel things and grow things and know things proressively...damn them if this is all some stunt to take away the only REAL meaning the universe has ever had to offer. Nothing will match mother love for baby. Even though they do their best to squash that (albeit chemical miracle...from God..maybe that chemical miracle IS God)..that would make sense, that *they* are afraid something has accidently happened (not accidental, its God, the real God...maybe/hopefully there is one after all.heh) and it scares the bejesus (no pun intended) out of them, full.stop. Something thing star system derivatives dont understand. And the part they dont understand drives all this madness. Respectfully, Tracy/aka another anonie from out there, somewhere..

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  40. Chris,

    I and several other longtime Pats fans were baffled by the events and choices of last week's Stupor Bowl. No one wanted to admit that the fix was in, but given Butler's benching, Brady missing a soft pass that bounced off his fingertips, and the NE defensive line apparently being replaced by their practice squad, one can only wonder.

    Polanski - were these old-time Hollywood types praising him, I would assume it was because he still had that cache of 8mm "party movies" they all made at Cielo Drive to hold over their heads. But, Tarantino? Who knows. I do have to agree, Jackie Brown was the last good thing he did. I sat through the feature-length version of Death Proof, and was so disappointed I wanted double my money back, seeing as he shot the same short movie twice with different endings.

    As for the Tesla now in orbit, can we expect a race to see who can get the first selfie sitting in the passenger seat? I suspect Musk has a plan to land someone on Mars, and in the process somehow land the Tesla, charge it up and go for a ride. Would make quite the ad for the company.

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  41. Mr Nolan, first thank you for all the Cocteau Twins references, I just purchased a greatest hits to check out! I would do this cacophony to Joy Division personally. The earlier comment on "failed O ring" reminded me of this Flat Earther in his homemade rocket, attempting to prove the void is nil instead of ni! And as for pearls, Mother of Pearl is the Gemini stone, as me and Our Commander in Grief share!Keep shining dude!

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  42. Beg to differ on Polanski. I mean his films, not his character. Knife in the Water, Cul-de-sac, have you forgotten the Manson-Tate omens in Repulsion? Excellent films. Tess, Frantic and The Pianist are all post-Chinatown, and brilliant.

    As for Woody Allen, he is in my mind not in the class of Polanski, way too prolific, and too many mediocre films. He ought to have quit years ago. But yes some excellent films, and his status as an American filmmaker is confirmed because of his good stuff. His last good film I reckon was Blue Jasmine.

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  43. Whatever this is, it's happening everywhere... This week, in a spanish paper, there was a Gamiss ad of blankets for kids. The blankets had the shape of a siren's tail... Also, the political party which is now becoming important in Spain, Ciudadanos (Citizens) uses the color orange in their logo, and is sometimes called "the orange party" by newspapers. We all must be in coma.

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  44. "The Freemasons have placed full-page advertisements in several national newspapers calling for an end to the "discrimination" against their members."

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42986319


    **Maybe they should be reminded of this from 2014 the self congratulating little pricks.**

    "Freemasons’ millions aren’t true charity, rules judge
    Freemasons denied multi-million pound tax break after a judge says emphasis on caring for fellow members means its giving is not “wholly philanthropic”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/10661581/Freemasons-millions-arent-true-charity-rules-judge.html

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  45. MOTN.
    From the BBC article, they raised more than £33m for charity last yet. Of course they did. 33. Amusing.

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  46. From the BBC article, they raised more than £33m for charity. Of course they did. The entire article read like such a farce, I can't decide if they really are a flailing group of buffoons or so hooked in they intentionally want to be portrayed and as irrelevant victims.

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    1. RAW claimed that while the membership was ageing and shrinking what really bothered them was that their membership used to be the great artists and scientists of their time but quality had declined. Like imagine if you used to be able to field George Washington but now the best that you had to work with was Trump. You used to brag about Mozart being in your club, then you had Duke Ellington and Sun Ra, and now you have to pretend that Kanye bloody West is some sort of genius.

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    2. Right on. Here in Scotland there is a surprisingly huge number of 20 something members joining the craft in recent years, hip hop and the blatant symbolism in the music business have been a good recruiting tool. The problem is the local fat man who never left the hometown (sorry uncle) and now acts as master is letting some questionable characters in. Anyway, keen to see the Secret Suns view on the timing of this article. This was a major thing, why would the masons come out sounding like a bullied nerd in the media so desperately right after the Super Bowl and tesla rocket rituals.

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  47. Astute as always CK. Speaking of the Superbowl--didn't see anyone else mention this so thought I would. During the game, Rob Gronkowski's home got broken into. Looks like someone was after something very specific:

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2018/02/06/rob-gronkowski-may-have-had-multiple-safes-and-possible-guns-stolen-during-break/zH3rw1yQRvl3UkdEmWj0JN/story.html

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  48. I'd pick the latter. Anti-masonry movements have come and gone through history so I suspect this is out of an old playbook written and used long before any of us were born.

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  49. Lets also remember the BBC is the UK's version of hollywood when it comes to pedo-enabling. Plus at least a few of those poor put-upon masons may in fact be BBC employees as well.

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  50. There was an interesting Eagle reference in X-Files last night.
    Karin

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  51. How come unruly airline passengers make the news so often lately? Used to be such things went unreported, now a big show is made every time any weird thing happens on an airplane. Today it was about a naked person on am Alaska airline flight. Do we really have to know such things? Looks like it is just a way of hinting at that you are being watched and controlled everywhere you go. Behave or else!

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  52. News today about Joaquin Phoenix playing The Joker next. J. Phoenix was born and raised in the children of god cult in the 70s.

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  53. Forgot to mention that Joaquin Phoenix is 44 years old.

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  54. The 49rs just signed a QB for 27 million dollars a year. The guy will turn 27 during the next season. So a 49 and twice 27.

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  55. Feb. 8 1587 - Mary Stuart was murdered by the English. She was 44 years old at the time.

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  56. Highlights

    ► We analyzed Saturn’s Great Storm of 2010–2011 as seen by Cassini Orbiter. ► The new storm erupted from the String of Pearls feature. ► The new storm was the longest-lasting storm on Saturn in record. ► The storm spawned the largest tropospheric vortex ever seen on Saturn. ► We captured the convective storm’s beginning and end using two instruments.
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0019103512005192


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