Saturday, February 10, 2018

Winter Olympics For One Welcome Our Updated Vega Overlords




The Winter Olympics opened in a subtler and more understated manner than we've become accustomed to, symbolically-speaking. 

But then again, the Somme Offensive was subtler and more understated than the mass rituals we saw in London back in 2012.

Luckily,  those of you who've been witnessing my descent into a Lovecraft character-type madness reading the blog over the past several months were uniquely positioned to decode the signaling we are seeing this year.



For instance, the Illuminated Vega up top, which some other bloggers might call a Phoenix. I guess it could be, only in that the Phoenix itself actually symbolizes the return of the Vegas from the metaphorical Infernal Realms. 

The word "Phoenix" itself points us to Mount Hermon, the mountain in which the Vegas made their pact to spread their seed amongst the Daughters of Men. 

And where they will one day return to so they can get back to tasty seed-spreading. The name points us to the heartland of the Phoenician Empire, where Mount Hermon sits today.



Plus this.




Of course, judging from all the press coverage, the most earth-shaking event at the ceremonies was the buff Tongan flag-waver who paraded around in the freezing cold shirtless and slathered in coconut oil.


You'd have thought the Vegas splashed down already, judging by the breathless prose this unabashed little display of male privilege inspired in the Fourth Estate. 

Friggin' 9/11 got less attention. 

I just hope everyone washed their hands thoroughly.


And what's a Vega without a Dragon or two, right? Who else can hurl a Third of the Stars from the Heavens with a sweep of its tail? I bet you didn't even consider that. 



UPDATE: Turns out this Dragon is the Bongwhang, the androgynous mythical bird-lizard of ancient Chinese mythology. Let's take a closer look...



Why, it has a Rooster head! And a South Sea (or golden) pearl in its mouth! What are the odds, people! As far as I know, it did not tear asunder what it saw.

By the way, "Bongwhang" is the not the title of a Cheech and Chong movie. That's the Mandela Effect messing with your head again.


I don't recognize exactly which release of the Vegas this one is supposed to be from (I think it's Vega '95). But it will certainly bring peace when the Pearlies dew-drop, all right. 

I believe this model is called the Peacemaker2044®. Peace indeed; I mean, would you try to piss that thing off?


If so, you may want to reconsider that decision. Have another look. 




Wow-- the Peacemaker2044® is really going viral under the Korean brand name, Inmyeonjo. There's one of those newfangled Twitter hashtags and everything. Read this:
The fantastical beast comes from ancient Korean Goguryeo mythology. The Pyeongchang organizing committee called it "the legendary bird of peace" and "the mediator between heaven and earth."  
I think it's actually "Negotiator between Vega and Earth after the United Nations sue for peace" in the original Korean.



And some of you probably remember Inmyeonjo's wife, pictured here with her sisters.


And I'm guessing that's a representation of the Stargate those winged, man-headed dinosaur Vegas will come roaring through. Now won't that be a sight? Keep your phones charged.


Here's another transgenic chimera horror for you. From here, it looks like the old Turtle-Lion-Goose combo, but don't quote me on that. Either way, consider this a sneak preview of the world that's coming. Plan accordingly.


I'm told this is one of the Four Guardians, or constellations, in Chinese Astrology. It's known as the Black Turtle.



And this might seem like just a Plain Tiger to you or I, but the Elite apparently think it's so magical. 


Speaking of technologies so advanced they're indistinguishable from magic, remember those Phantasm-type hunter-killer orbs we talked about a couple weeks ago?  

Well, thanks to the power of Intel, they can apparently be reprogrammed to murmurate like grackles. 

Plus, make funny Shaun White cartoons in the sky over rebel districts before they liquidate their insolent populations as examples to any other willful quadrants that may start to get big ideas about resisting. 

No, I mean actual resistance.



And for a moment there it was as if the Pearlies themselves were a-dew-droppin' from the skies. 

An audible gasp was heard, followed by a solemn hush as the assembled crowd lost themselves in prayer and quiet contemplation of the day when the Pearlies are bound to their souls.




Then of course we saw the Giant Robot Fire Penis, which I expect will be the name of a thousand different metal and horror-punk bands this time Monday morning. 

Hopefully it was well-oiled as well.

But was that thrown out as a red herring to distract the cowans audience from another symbolic message altogether?

Like what, you ask?



Well, correct me if I'm wrong but that flaming cauldron looks at least vaguely Pearly, no?



A reader likened it to the Tripods in War of the Worlds. Makes sense.


And I'm guessing this charming fellow here woke to light the fire. 


And then they threw in some ersatz sacred-geometry Navel of Gazing or whatever, just to throw the YouTruthers and New Agers off the scent.


Then again, that might be a wormhole diagram. Or a remote targeting test.




Yeah, definitely some kind of cosmic GPS thing there. Kind of like "Track your package" on Amazon or something, but more "track your galactic Overlords."





Be that as it may, some local pop stars dropped by to belt out the current heat-seeker in the Amazon category, Top Socialist Anthems Written by Abusive, Dysfunctional Multi-Millionaires, "Imagine." 

All the Davos types sipped on the hot Thiel Farms® child-slave hemoglobin they keep in their thermoses and gently swayed to the beat.  


 

And of course, the philosophy of that opening many doors will then open a big gate-- a remarkably orthodox Stargate in this case.

The original Olympics were a ritual intended to show off the most desirable pets to the gods watching from above. How little has changed.


Sadly, it wasn't all fun and games and glistening Tongan musclemen last night. Apparently, the "perfect human pathogen" is spreading at the games.

Some choice NLP there; the subliminal messaging here is that "humans are pathogens."




It looks as if it's getting pretty dicey over in SK (and other parts of East Asia), if reports are to be believed. Let's wish all concerned good health, and a speedy recovery to those who've been stricken.




So then we can try to unpack the timing of this little tidbit in the news today. While we're at it, let's all hope and pray that the Microbes aren't ready.


Finally, someone on the FB group posted this fascinating snap of a graffiti observed on the streets of a Chilean city. It reads, "After God is the Vega," which definitely has the ring of prophecy to it, no? 

Certainly to you good Sunners out there in Cyberspace. Let's all hope that prophecy doesn't become our epitaph.


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  1. I read 'good Sunners' as 'good Sumers', somewhat appropriately, perhaps?:)

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    1. Just as long as it's not "Gordon Sumners."

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  2. Incidentally, the Grand Finale of the Olympian ritual was a beam of light shooting into the sky, symbolic of something, a return or a signal, perhaps?

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    1. The Heavenly Beam, of course. A big point winner in Secret Sun Scrabble.

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  3. I don't have a TV so I didn't watch the ceremony. But my first impression of the flame-lighting photo I saw in the news was pretty much, "what kind of an alien spermatozoid is that creepy white things supposed to be?"...

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    1. I believe that was the intended effect. Kind of like the hobo-headed dog in Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

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  4. Years ago, when arguments over the Majestic documents were still a thing, there was some cyber-genius who cashed out comfortably to follow his UFO obsession (can't remember his name, though he was like a first-gen Bigelow who retired early). The main point is he argued evolution was not a process accurately described by current science, yet it did match up with periodic "genetic reshuffling" events leading to various evolution spurts (he was a numbers geek so you'd have to search to find more on his analysis). When panspermia became a valid theory, followed by the "virus from the sky" observations, this suggests one mechanism by which these reshufflings could have occured over history, assuming this theory is accurate. Elaborations on this theory have also suggested non-earth viruses hitch rides on comets and fall out in the comet's dust over earth.

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    1. Joe Firmage is who you're referring to here. Interesting case.

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    2. Yes! Thanks for filling that blank.

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  5. wow, i havent seen that graffitti (im from chile) Here the Vega is the bigger market in wich vegetables and other food products can be purchased very cheap, its our "big market" (i like it) also we have Daniela Vega and there is the surname "De la Vega" (from Vega)

    Now in Chile, the biggest news these days are about "Huracan" (hurricane) operation, a state black op targeting our Mapuche nation (always wiping the indigenous), which is mostly burning things (and people) and blaming inocent Mapuche. The phoenix of the painting in the UN office came to my mind with this ceremony.

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    1. Vega goes with Sirena, I suppose. Now all you need is a Perla.

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    2. Wow, had no idea that kind of thing had continued in Chile after Pinochet. We live in a very sad place, Latin America. We are still living with the burdens of colonialism.

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    3. Our collective choice to be cowardly apathetic slaves of the family of dark causes great harm and suffering to others.

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    4. In Spain, "vega" means a field next to the river. Does it mean the same in Chile?

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    5. The Catholic church linked to wiping out native people in Mexico,Central and South America.

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    6. Daniela Vega’s movie has been nominated for the Oscar as Best Foreign Film. As the first transgender movie star, might her name Vega become the word for a transgender person?
      Usage example: “OK, she’s not straight or gay; she’s vega.”
      https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/feb/18/daniela-vega-transgender-star-film-industry-a-fantastic-woman-interview

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  6. So after God is the Falling (& is it vulture or eagle, because I've seen both terms used)? Either way: whee.

    & FYI: its not turtles. Its billionaires with agendas for you & me, all the way down. Agendas that involve a whole lot of sacrifice, genetic experimentation, & belt-tightening for the plebes. Cause, you know, austerity. & disposable people are good for the enviroment.

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    1. The masses are not innocent as they chose this system because they are just "sheeple".

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  7. The first thing that I thought of when I saw the cauldron was an "iunx or "Top of Hekate."
    http://www.tarotpedia.com/w/images/thumb/9/90/T15_Sola_Busca.jpg/200px-T15_Sola_Busca.jpg

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    1. Yeah, "cauldron" never seems to give one the warm and fuzzies, does it?

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    2. A cauldron is just a cooking pot so there is no reason to be afraid of it. Just like there is no reason to be afraid of spiders unless you live in one of the rare areas with ones that can actually harm humans. The stone soup story about poor people putting a stone in the cauldron is relatively heart warming although it's probably just a distortion of practical advice to put nails in the pot to help with iron deficiency. Hey, it's better than drinking human blood.

      This isn't a cauldron, however, but a brazier. Another common enough thing, historically, mostly just a benign alternative to the fire place that can be used outdoors. Probably the most important myth involving a brazier is in the Binding of Isaac where "god" lit a smoking brazier to accept a child sacrifice. Now assumed not to be a purely symbolic story but a realistic description, and condemnation, of practices actually carried out by religions of the time.

      In a another sense the brazier that doesn't go out is the Zoroastrian eternal flame. It's related to the household cooking flame and does have a sacrificial element to it but the more "normal" sense that you have to sacrifice animals to the gods in order to gain forgiveness for eating meat. Maybe they are trying to bargain with other worldly commands for them to go "vegan" while also demanding burnt human flesh to eat. Arf. No sense of proportionality or fairness these ancient hungry spirits.

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  8. https://experienceastronomy.com/a-galaxy-apart-the-chinese-legend-of-vega-and-altair/

    The Chimera is the Tortoise where Aquila and Vega https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Tortoise

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girl_(Chinese_constellation)
    Pearls on Ladies' Wear 離珠 Aquila/Aquarius 5 Women's social position and decorative beads

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    1. Thank you. Any more information you have along these lines is appreciated.

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  9. Bonjour.

    "Giant Robot Fire Penis"...looking like a tripod in Wells'"war of the worlds".

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  10. https://youtu.be/UBYcFQL26w0

    https://youtu.be/IFUerAdEzmY

    I strongly recommend YOU check out Vanishing Twin. Great album, and tailor made for your...

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  11. Chris Knowles, off topic but I know you would want to see this! I think you will appreciate this link, an article on why Kylie Jenner hates butterflies, the golden part is the writer doesn't understand or have an esoteric clue as to why she really hates butterflies, Kylie says to paraphrase "when you rip their wings off they are an ugly little stick"

    https://people.meaww.com/read/entertainment/unlike-what-her-pictures-show-kylie-jenner-is-actually-scared-of-butterflies-heres-proof

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    1. Oh, who isn't afraid of butterflies? Terrifying creatures. Their touch is death itself.

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    2. Actually, my sister-in-law is genuinely afraid of butterflies. She's Japanese, so it may have something to do with culture over there.

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    3. Well, consider how traumatized Japan must have been with Mothra and it makes sense, haha.

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  12. "The Phoenix TV Series" (5 Full Episodes) YouTube.com

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  13. Ah Las Vegas, the gift that keeps on giving.

    Nevermind the serial killer still running loose around here, there's important stuff to report on, like the plans for the MSG Sphere, a five hundred foot diameter pearl located just off the (Landing) Strip.

    “New performance venue near Las Vegas Strip to reshape skyline”

    https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/casinos-gaming/new-performance-venue-near-las-vegas-strip-to-reshape-skyline/

    “The specially invited audience was visibly mesmerized and awed and I am just so excited that the city of Las Vegas, and The Venetian in particular, will be the home of the first MSG Sphere on the planet. Another amazing must-see in the city that has everything.”

    Nope, nothing ritualistic here…

    Bonus round power-up: not mentioned in the online version of the article, but included in the print version is a rundown of the Sphere's ultra high tech sound system. It's going to include planar and beam wave systems for extremely precise targeting of individual locations (or just individuals - “Hey man, did you hear a voice in your head just now?”, “Nah, must be your imagination.”) as well as infrasound capability (upgrades from the Cuban embassy?). Nothing sets the mood (terror and existential dread) quite like a steaming hot cup of infrasound - their Vegan masters prefer the cattle to be well marinated before the slaughter!

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    1. This is our world now, Ood. Las Vegas was the Grand Opening celebration. Here we are.

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    2. Back in the 80s some cretin architect wrote a book titled Learning from Las Vegas. Back then I thought that the only thing to learn from that awful place was to avoid everything it stood for. But others followed the lead, just go to mid town Manhattan and you will see.

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    3. When I was younger I used to wonder why in every top-rated TV show there MUST come the point where all the characters (who thus far had never once set foot outside Manhattan or Lanford, Illinois or wherever) drop everything they're doing and head for "Vegas, Baby!!!" It adds nothing to the shows' plot or character development. They're just THERE. But I guess TPTB are infinitely patient. As long as they drill it into our brains that success requires regular pilgrimages and offerings to Vegas...

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    4. So the trend is balls oops spheres now?

      What about the pyramids that got plonked everywhere over the past 20 years, including right in front of the Louvre in Paris? Were they just a "Howyrdoin'"?...

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    5. The Louvre pyramid is not just a pyramid, it's the Mother of All Pyramids.

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  14. In all seriousness, for the past 3 months, I've sent my friend a nearly identical text about once every two weeks that states: "i bet that secretsun dude goes insane soon". Predicting the timing of your cross into incomprehensible madness is pretty much my replacement religion for 2012 .

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    1. 2012 was probably when it happened. So what's your replacement religion for 2018?

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    2. Haha. Y'all don't even know. Chris, you're a badass.

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  15. It occurs to me that chemtrails may in part be a genetic engineering program using viruses as carriers. Though the main usage is probably solar reflection with aluminum and barium. It would make a good delivery system for the former though.

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    1. The moral of the story is enjoy your life. Love those around you. It's a short ride.

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    2. More than virus dude, alligators turning orange and shit.

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    3. Again I'm struck by the elites' patience. I work in Asia and I witnessed SARS, bird flu, H1N1. you name it. When SARS broke out in Singapore in 2003, the subway was practically empty -- this in a super-crowded city of 6 million. Within the few carrier families, people were dying every day; dropping like flies.

      Wasn't this the time to decimate us to the desired 500 million global population?

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    4. Jan 18 2018 "Haiti dumps 10 trillions pounds of garbage into the sea every year" YouTube.com

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  16. Get your head in the game, kid.
    What does it mean that RK has bought into the OWL?
    Superb Owl, indeed.
    Let the upwising begin!

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  17. Well, and here I was just the other day thinking "Knowles has gotta be on this." Infernal realms, eh? Oh, right, these saps just rebrand the infernal realms every now and then, gotta keep up appearances. What is it they call those big phallic stone carvings one finds here and there? I forget, but they represent ye olde you know what...I was impressed, because they managed to start off with a thing that looked like a combination stone phallus, missilish, and, well it had windows in it. And then it ejaculated all over the floor. Those ring things, wormhole, pearly dew drops of vegan love...I only caught half the symbolism, made up a bunch of my own, and figure it all worked out in the end. Missed the Tongan muscleman, well, missed a whole lot of it, because really, as a ritual thingy doohicker, it was most definitively a crashing bore. Perhaps like the Vegas, Vegans, whatever the popular new blood sacrifice ritual phrase is this week. I dunno, I don't keep on these things like you do -I was wondering what you were talking about with all this Vegas stuff, and then you mentioned dragons and pheonixes and infernal realms oh my. Oh. That stuff. Okay.

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    1. Makes me recall 'Beneath the Planet of the Apes' when the ape general responds to the mutant who worships the Doomsday bomb "well! your god didn't save you, did he?" before he gunss the guy down with his machinepistol.
      If(h/t:RAW) imminentizing the eschaton is what these swine are up to, we have to hope ountervailing forces get more traction and soon

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    2. But then the god has the last laugh. Which may happen to us.

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  18. Dont worry, there are plenty things worse than turning into a HP Lovecraft narrator. At least they had principles. I would worry about turning into an Updike - Cheever - Salinger character. Better the cosmic void than the mediocrity of the mundane.

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  19. The flaming spear went out and while it was still attached to the burning pod, this vague mental overlay of the Discovery firing Lock(and load)wood and Bowman at the Earth required a second final final- (Surprising that Patmos didn’t field a team given the menagerie of mutant beasts)

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  20. I missed when a sequel to Neverwhere was 1st announced around this time last year. Neil Gaiman said "I’m now a solid three chapters in to a book called The Seven Sisters.” The title of the sequel takes its name from an ancient area of the real north London replete with myths and legends. The name comes from seven elm trees planted in a circle there, with suggestions of pagan places of worship dating back to Roman times. The area was also known, four centuries ago, as Page Greene – which might be a good name for a new protagonist.
    https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/feb/17/neil-gaiman-announces-neverwhere-sequel-the-seven-sisters
    Since I've been reading Gordon's book, all I can think of are The Pleiades when that is mentioned.
    Karin

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  21. Re: "Of course, judging from all the press coverage, the most earth-shaking event at the ceremonies was the buff Tongan flag-waver who paraded around in the freezing cold shirtless and slathered in coconut oil."

    I wrote a post about 'The Black Panther' movie coming out on the first day of the 'Year of the Dog' (February 16th) and on one of the posters for the movie is a shirtless oiled guy pretty similar to the Tongan flag bearer -

    https://brizdazz.blogspot.com.au/2018/02/the-black-panther.html

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    1. "Cyclone Gita: Tonga's Parliament flattened as category four storm lashes country"
      The Parliament building in the Pacific country of Tonga has been flattened after a powerful cyclone battered the main island, causing extensive damage.

      http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-13/tonga-cyclone-gita-category-four-causes-widespread-damage/9425298

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  22. Burning of a symbolic wooden plane (phoenix ?!) yesterday in France,in a place called Notre-Dame-des-Landes/our lady of the moors...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbmK-fj2Ghc

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  23. A Joaquin Joker? Joaquin PHOENIX in taks to star in new joker origin story movie.

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  24. Chris,

    Interesting to see this Phoenix symbolism so shortly after both Imbolc and Groundhog Day (are they the same thing?) Using the annual time of rebirth as a carrier wave, to slide in the data unnoticed? A recent guest on Gordon's show, speaking of Crowley but applicable here, nailed it: Invisibility is being seen, but being mistaken for something else.

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  25. Chris, you're just great. I was hoping for your comments on the Olympics ceremony, and you just delivered. A bit disappointed that you don't like "Imagine", but then, it's an anarchist anthem, so it shouldn't really surprise me. But then, anarchists aren't *that* far from libertarians. Please do reconsider. Do you reckon it contains a message from Vega? The lines "No hell below us / above us only sky" almost sound like "Heaven upside down", don't they?

    A few observations:
    1. The drone display didn't really actually happen, for "last minute logistical reasons". They just broadcast a recording of the rehearsal. That's at least intriguing. Also, I'm sure you see the tremendous potential for decoys that these drones have. WWIII, if and when it comes, is going to mess with people's heads way above and beyond any messing we've ever seen before.
    2. That "human-faced bird" has some heavy-duty ritual going with it, but it seems to be something rather Asian. Not sure if we can figure it out entirely from the West.
    3. They seem to be going for the comet thing. A bunch of cometary symbolism, from the sacred geometry depicting the solar system with a bunch of comets, to all those funky white animals with long tails, to the Olympic torch designed in such a way that when the wind blows the flame looks a fair bit like a comet. I suppose it connects with Hale-Bop and Heaven's Gate, not to mention the famous comet that may have caused the fall of Atlantis. Plus Asians have a pretty long record of comets, and they're probably proud of it.

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  26. Plane crash near Moscow today. 71 people died.
    71/17
    What is the colour of the plane ? Orange.
    http://www.lemonde.fr/europe/article/2018/02/11/un-avion-de-ligne-russe-transportant-71-personnes-s-ecrase-pres-de-moscou_5255120_3214.html

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  27. I can't stand 'Imagine' because of hearing it so many times, and it's an awful conglomeration of all the wrong chords. Here's a bit of an opposite idea that doesn't cerry much weight, but I do like to consider as many angles as possible: that really, all this tomfoolery and foofaraw essentially is just a bunch of friggin' artistes trying to figure out motifs they haven't used "Wait, have we done pearls yet?" and plundering books on symbology and mythology. Just as easy to think that what with memory being the way it is these days..."Geez, Larry - what the hell was that ritual they used to do? Yeah, not the goat sacrifice - the one with the comet worship. Which freakin' animal do we use? Check the books. Oh, human sacrifice again. Yeah yeah, okay, dress up some homeless and make sure you slice and dice 'em right this time. It was a nightmare last time when we got the call signals crossed. Lost an entire town on that one."

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  28. I saw the word "Inmyeonjo" but my mind saw "Panmunjom." In a way it makes some crazy sorta sense. Or maybe not.

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  29. "The Perth Mint has revealed the world's first pavé-set, Argyle pink diamond gold coin at the prestigious 47th World Money Fair held in Berlin last week.
    Each 99.99 per cent pure gold coin, known as the Jewelled Phoenix, has been inset with purplish, pink Argyle diamonds and was priced at $188,000.
    And with only eight coins produced, that makes it one of the rarest collectible coins in the world."

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2018-02-13/gold-argyle-coin-dazzles-collectors-at-world-money-fair/9423476

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  30. Wow, I've just noticed the BBC title sequence features fekkin Cthulu ...

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