I spent an underwhelming weekend at the Pittsburgh Comic Con (actually held in Monroeville) and got to thinking about the comic book nation and my place in it. Or more accurately, outside of it.
Friday, April 11, 2008
Terry Melanson of ConspiracyArchive.com raised this very important issue in the comments to yesterday's posting...
So what you seem to be saying, as far as I can tell, is that these "Followers of Horus," the secret priests of the secret society of Shemsu Hor which, according to Egyptian records, existed before time was recorded, are the real string-pullers even today. They have constructed all the competing hermetic and kabbalistic occult doctrines and have been the real "Unknown Superiors" alluded by the Elus Cohen, the Strict Observance, the Golden and Rosy Cross, and Theosophy. And further, that it is these Shemsu Hor who are behind the pervasiveness of sun symbolism?
Tuesday, April 08, 2008
Monday, April 07, 2008
Well, Yahoo is also celebrating the beginning of Ancient Astronaut Week by featuring some NASA space colonization puff pieces on their front page. The conditioning process is certainly picking up speed.
Tuesday, April 01, 2008
Here's the remarkable cover to the first issue of Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane, published in 1958. Lois is yet another of these early Christian names of "uncertain" origin. Me, I always look a little west of the Holy Land for clues when trying to figure these names out.