Obama to be Initiated at Obelisk



Obama Camp Chooses Site for Berlin Speech
Sen. Barack Obama's campaign said today that his speech in Berlin on the future of trans-Atlantic relations will be delivered in front of a Prussian war monument, rather than the Brandenburg Gate.

The announcement triggered criticism in Germany that the Victory Column, or Siegessaeule, was an inappropriate landmark for the Thursday speech, since the 226-foot column honors Prussian triumphs over Denmark, Austria and France.
Here's a close-up of Victoria (aka Nike), the Roman war goddess who stands atop this obelisk, which is 66.89 meters high. Note the Templar cross in her spear and the Apollonian laurel wreath. Again, we had a big controversy, since it was alleged Bush conveniently intervened to prevent Obama from speaking at Brandenburg, but this new site is so much more powerful symbolically, and perhaps in other ways as well.

Bonus factoid: Nice, France - where the latest members of the Jolie-Pitt army were born- is named in honor of Victory/Nike.

This site claims Victoria was one of the last goddesses to succumb to Christianity. Looks like they were a little premature.

30 comments:

  1. dude now that's some real synchronicity. i'm the anon weirdo that just posted the rant with the ants from prussia(i was quoting a punk song from the 90's, it was off a comp from a sacramento label called secret center, i forget the name of the band, anywho...) that comment must've been too silly for public consumption (which is ok with me). anyway my point was that just cuz the pope utters the words "new age" doesn't mean he's part of some illuminati plot, which he may in fact be, it's just that saying "new age" means nothing. your stuff is usually better than that. i just see absolutely no voices of reason in the synchromystic blogoshere these days. there might be something to some of what yr getting at...but it's hard to take seriously with all the unbridled paranoia. but i don't wanna be too hard on ya, yr better than most. peace.

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  2. You're free to interpret the facts however you see fit, but I said nothing about the Illuminati.

    Note that the NY Times felt the need to change the headline on that article.

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  3. Synchromysticism (which your blog is partly about) should be a concentrated effort with love and internal knowing of connectivity in mind. The only synchronicities I seem to see now (either on blogs updating personal sync experiences or in my real life when with friends) are ones that make me feel guilty or ashamed of following my intuition. I think your work and Jake's work shows that even something like synchronicity, whatever it is, can be corrupted and biased to the reader's personal reality tunnel and the mind corruption that has seeped into popular culture. My (sad) blog really doesn't show my understanding of how deep these studies are and I blame that on my poor education.


    I've seen your frustration with the current state of reality and share it. It's like a hive mind playing a strange prank on a select few outcasts just for fun until they break. I've reached the point where I feel uncomfortable not logging all these weird things that are happening and what's stranger is that everyone I know is experiencing strange coincidences but don't pay attention when I bring up synchronicity and the fabric of being...

    I'm saving up for a copy of "Our Gods Wear Spandex" btw

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  4. ok, fair enough, templar plot then? you say the pope knows what he's saying when he says "new age".......but how come i don't? what did i miss?

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  5. Tommy, I tell everyone- if it all starts to get to be too much- just walk away from it. I think meditation is a good antidote to all of the things going on these days. This blog is more oriented towards documenting how esoteric concepts manifest themselves in the culture. It's up to the reader how to process it. It's always good to step away at times, if for nothing else than to process it all.

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  6. it's up to us to connect the dots, eh? but you place them dots in such a suggestive manner.

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  7. Prussia now? Blood & Iron, Otto von Bismarck.

    This:

    "I've seen your frustration with the current state of reality and share it. It's like a hive mind playing a strange prank on a select few outcasts just for fun until they break"

    is exactly it. Again I can vouch that is indeed what They exist just to do. It's all a big ritual of processes for them. I've been watching them do it (and they've targeted me many a time (as said, my parents are part of it)), all my life.
    There isn't any way to get through to them any sanity; they're stuck that way, just like unrepentant peados they are not able to comprehend what they are in context of what all else actually is.

    The things they do to stay alive, to continue to exist, you would not believe..I don't think it's even possible to explain it because language just doesn't have concepts like that.
    It's a form of using other peoples souls to prevent their own conscience from dawning in their own minds.

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  8. Ich Bin Eine Berliner - wow even more Kennedyitis.

    Odd that he should choose a Prussian war memorial as the country has been dissolved . Anyhow BISMARACK OBAMA - what does that make Hillary [ Catherine the fucking Great]

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  9. I'm getting that too Chris, more ignorance...what it the first simple rule again--could it be research everything, believe no-thing? Maybe. In no way are the blogs setup to be suggestive people, they are our own interpretations, were not asking you to agree with us nor believe in us. These are our own blogs, our own creations, you can take it or leave it!

    On another note, Chris, Obama also part of the Super Orange Torch Ritual maybe? Maybe a well placed obelisk/location/speech to ignite the false hopes? Who knows, but I enjoy your posts and hard work bro!

    Be well.

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  11. Sorry, Corbie- Dunno. I guess he pulled his site already.

    Boys- this Obama thing is pretty astonishing, isn't it? I don't think I've ever seen a candidacy more symbolically loaded in my life. It's like he was created in a test tube just for us!

    STR, Skaggsie? Hmm, you'd best ask Goro that one!

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  12. skaggs, let's be honest these blogs are SO suggestive. i mean, the title of your blog is called HIDDEN AGENDAS. sounds suggestive to me. and asking people to clarify what they think is not a sign of ignorance. "love it or leave it" on the other hand...well let's just say i've heard that one before.
    btw, i do think there is something to a lot of this. but the synchromysticism community is dead in the water if can't handle a healthy debate.

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  13. Synchromysticism is an interpretive artform. It's not an academic science. If you disagree with the interpretations, by all means start a blog and offer up your own.

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  14. I agree with Chris, by all means, show us what your interpretations are, please.

    I don't see anything dead in the water here, we're always open to debates...but it appears your stance is rigid, debating allows for free flow of information. I call my blog hidden agendas as I see it, simply that.

    Be well.

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  15. Syncromystics are well served by debate. I am proud and satisfied with the current blogs. Are there blogs with an iota better than what we are served up in the mystic syncro blogsphere? I think not. The foundation is being laid. We are morphing within the cube. Hail Isis, Hail syncromystics! Respectfully, Dennis from Oregon.

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  16. Just for clarity, I didn't mean that the syncro-blogsphere is hurting in any way. It's as strong now as ever and everyone seems to be doing their part really well. I deleted my blog because my personal interpretation of the messages I'm getting through the map legend-like system of Synchromystic events changes almost every day. It's really a matter of not wanting to dirty up the flow, and for my own protection.

    Thanks for replying.

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  17. well, ok, let it flow then...i'm not wanting to stifle ya or rigidify the synchromystic trip.
    if you truly see it as a interpretive artform then create away. but i kinda like the blob's definition of sychromysticism being "the art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance". the significance part is what i'm hung up on. the significance of a personal synch trip can only be decided by the individual and i wouldn't question that. but what is the significance to the community? what of the collective synchromystic trip? does the checkerboard pattern signify the same thing to every single person who sees it? every time? i may have a personal history with the checkerboard pattern, and maybe even some tentacles too, that would have synchromystic significance quiet different than anybody else in the world. i guess what i'm asking is how communal can sychronicities even be? is it even possible that they could hold any meaning outside of subjective experience? i don't claim to have answers to these questions, i only raise them cuz it seems noone else is.
    so whattya think?

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  18. Brother, I think it's time you started your own blog! Come on in, the water's fine!

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  19. Connecting the dots in a suggestive matter is pretty much the definition of synchromysticism. Nobody is saying that were all here to put facts and coincidences down for everyone to see and then not add our own personal hunches or objectives. I think that most synchromystics with blogs would agree that its YOUR BLOG for a reason, YOU have created it with YOUR intentions and obviously the objective of a blog with any theme, has just that a theme. I think its funny sometimes how when people are fans of other peoples blogs when they agree but when they disagree they start saying hey man synchromystic blogging is so suggestive or objective. Synchromysticism is inherintly objective to some extent. Some of us are objective moreso than others but i mean its as simple as sharing your opinion if you agree or disagree, dont attack people like Chris for attempting to scrapbook relative information, the whole purpose is the relativity/synchronicity. Complaining about having personal hunches in this feild of research/dialouge sounds silly to me and it seems like the complainers are paranoid that their objective isnt true or being met. Start your own Non-Objective synchromysticism blog I'd be impressed if it lacked personal insight. Keep up the great work Chris. Hail the Synchrosea! Hail the Synchronauts!- Kevin/Indras Net

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  20. Cheers, Kev! I like to think I pony up the proof of the pudding 'round these parts!

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  21. Cheers Kev and Cheers Chris!

    I think I stated in my blog a FEW times that it didn't turn out to be as "synchromystic" as I had wanted, but that I chose to use synchromysticism as a line of defense to help me see through the veil and agendas more easily. I think it can be used in a variety of ways--like Jake's blog feels like he is artistically painting a beautiful picture of himself using it--where as I use it at my blog to show oddities within mediums. Two different blogs, two different methods of using it. Really that simple.

    Be well all.

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  22. I'd say this, Skaggsie- more than Synchromysticism per se, this blog is about decoding the secret language of pop culture and the mass media. Our nameless friend may disagree, but I think that is a public service!

    And there's plenty more where that came from! Woo hoo! Katie, bar the door!

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  23. tommy - is that directed at me?! I don't know anything about your blog if so. I'm sure you must be replying to Chris, but just in case, cause a lot of folks think they are allowed to do this to me:

    But like I always say to anyone that seems to be implying what you may be also implying: why don't you write about what you're implying you know all about then - explicitly. Cause otherwise you are just one of Them. Otherwise, what you seem to be implying - that IS what The Problem is. How you know about that and the way that you think it's ok that you do. You can't know about that without being part of the problem on purpose.

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  24. guys, i don't think y'all really get the point i was trying to make in the last post about the difference between personal synchs and shared synchs. and i'm feeling a bit blue in the face right about now so i'm gonna let it go.
    maybe my style is rubbing ya the wrong way, but i'll bet one or two of you out might actually see what i'm getting at. if it's merely a game without meaning or significance for the community then play on. if it's a game with meaning and significance for the community, well, give it a little thought, a lot of intuition and play on. that's all i'm trying to say. rational thought and intuition are not enemies. and if for some reason i had to pick i would choose intuition, just like i suspect y'all would.
    anywho, thanks chris for posting my comments, i'll be lurking. peace to all of you.
    take care,
    F.

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  25. Obama's candidacy WAS created in a test tube just for us. Nobody outside of his state had even heard of him before 2007. He won his political seats when his opponents were forced to step down beforehand. He has never sponsored anything substantive on the Senate floor, but he supported every neo-communist law like the Patriot Act, Homeland Security Act, Military Commissions Act, and the most recent FISA amendment act.

    His candidacy was already tested in a dry run by the second season of the Fox show '24,' which featured a black president. Wall Street has been behind his promotion since his candidacy's inception - not any mythical grass roots support, but the devotion of cash-laden multi-national corporations and his global socialist fellowship, the Council on Foreign Relations.

    It's no accident he's getting initiated under phallic buildings topped by pagan deities. He owes his career to the worldly aristocracy which believes on those gods.

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  26. Excellent points, Magnie. All of which reminded me to bring back the Clownshow banner!

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  27. F. - there's no point trying to explain that kind of thing to them. I've tried before on some other blogs that are listed by the Crowley-worshipping redice site.
    Well when I say 'there's no point'; by all means do so, but don't expect it to have any effect.

    Chris - I'm still wondering so I'll ask: where are the rumours about Bush getting in the way of Obama speaking at the other place? The story linked to doesn't seem to mention anything about it.

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  28. It didnt? Dang. Just google Bush, Obama, Brandenburg, and Merkel. You'll get plenty of hits.

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  29. This pic sums it up nicely...

    http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2008-07-24-sun.jpg

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  30. An angelic sculpture of Prince Charles that's life-size, bronze and erected in the middle of a Brazilian square? Why would anyone want to do that?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-103741/Meet-Charlies-angel.html

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