We've seen how the iconography of the Obama and McCain campaigns incorporates different aspects of the Sirius glyph. We have the "star-making" joke equating herself with a dog (Pit Bull Terrier, in this case) that Sarah Palin recited at the Republican Convention, which reminds us that Sirius is the Dog Star and also that Sirius was equated with Isis:
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Apparently, two 70s titles about ancient astronaut theory were not enough for Jack Kirby. Aside from 2001:A Space Odyssey and The Eternals, Kirby managed to work some alien-based Biblical revisionism into a title that would seem to be completely inhospitable to it.
Monday, October 20, 2008
Forgot about this one: Yahoo put this on their front page a couple of weeks ago. Doesn't get more explicit than this, does it?
Interesting to note that Yahoo! draw almost exclusively on AP stories, like most other news sources here do these days. I remember back in the Cold War days, American commentators were slamming the USSR for having a news monopoly with TASS. I guess it's OK when our corporate monopolies do it.
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Bruce Springsteen was stumping for Obama on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in the heart of Philadelphia when a fan caught what looks like a triangular (and -please forgive me - perhaps partially cloaked) UFO hovering overhead in broad daylight.