Thursday, January 24, 2008

The Eternals: Pyramid Power

Radiohead's 2001 classic "The Pyramid Song"- 
the future Atlantis in a year of Revelation. 
 

My two biggest influences from the pop art world are Jack Kirby and Chris Carter. 

Not so much stylistic influences that I want to emulate, but artists who completely changed the filters on my life-lens. And both of whom deeply explored Astronaut Theology (aka "Ancient Astronaut Theory") to the point that it's a fair bet that they believed in it. So what does that say about me? 


Monday, January 21, 2008

Don't Take My Word for It...

Sometimes there is a point when the Collective Unconscious answers your incessant knocking at its door.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Jack Kirby: Mindbomb, Part 3: Only Come Out at Night

A pack of gluttonous, raccoon-eyed paranoids drunk on consumerism, Calvinism and overstimulation. An expert diagnosis of Bush-era America? Well, that's a bit outside of the Secret Sun's province. 

Here, it's a description of Jack Kirby's "Night People," whom Captain America tangled with following the Madbomb Saga. 


Tuesday, January 08, 2008

The Eternals: Astronaut Theology

Note that Claire is wearing a OMAC resonator on her jersey...

In this installment, we will further look into the eerie prescience of Kirby's work, it's further influence on Heroes and a real time synchronicity afoot that no one in the comics press seemed to have noticed...


Monday, January 07, 2008

Secret Cinema: Dog Day Afternoon


While Jake was probably putting the finishing touches on his latest video last Saturday night, the missus and I watched the classic 1975 film, Dog Day Afternoon. 

 I haven't seen the film in, uh, a dog's age, and hadn't remembered it was the first major role of none other than Mr. Millennium himself, Lance Henriksen.


Friday, January 04, 2008

Jack Kirby, Mindbomb: Down the Rabbit Hole


It seems that nearly every major theme discussed in the more speculative branches of conspiracy research finds a synchronistic antecedent in three obscure Jack Kirby comic books. So many of the thematic strands that we now see bubbling up from the conspiracy underground seem to hover around these books like a Lovecraftian spectre.


Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Song & Album of the Year: 2007


My favorite song of the year is probably pretty obscure to some people, which just shows how pathetic the music industry has become. 

"The Night Starts Here" by Stars is an instant classic, something I heard on 3WK and went and bought on ITunes before it even ended.