Saturday, January 10, 2009

Yahooccultism: The Magic of the Moon

Wow, quite a nice collection of psychic triggers there, ending with the martyr of last year's big terror-trauma ritual drama. The headline above it is kind of interesting, no? 

Thursday, January 08, 2009

Sirius Star: Pirate Fighters or Welcome Wagon?

Well, you knew this was coming. We're now going to have an international phalanx of warships in the Gulf of Aden and presumably, the Red Sea and Indian Ocean.


A Very Sirius Presidency: China Syndrome

Well, those of you worried about the economy, have no fear: the White House still has half a million dollars to spend on place settings. 

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Stargates in the Snow

Here's a big story coming out of China:
A Disneyland made entirely of ice and snow has been built in China's freezing northern city of Harbin as part of the city's Ice Festival.

Local authorities hope the park, featuring Disney characters and rides made of ice, will help attract around 800,000 tourists.


Tuesday, January 06, 2009

The Age of Horus: Hancock, Part 2

Both of Horus' eyes were torn out during a battle with Set

In the first installment of this series we established that Hancock is the literal Horus, now slumming as a superhero. This is entirely consistent with the mythological symbolism, and indeed the word "hero" is derived from "Heru." But are there are other, deeper layers taken from the constellation of Horus symbology encoded into this film? 

The Alien Gnosis of Race to Witch Mountain

Note sunrise and Heavenly Beam

Abstract: Is Witch Mountain simply mindless entertainment or a subversive Astro-Gnostic parable pointing us to deeper truths about our own origins?

In our last installment we looked at the new Witch Mountain film (premiering 3/13/09), which semiotically places "Horus Scorpion" in the role of the alien children's protector. The children are named Sara and Seth, strangely enough, seeing that Seth is a variant spelling of Set, Horus' uncle and rival.

Sunday, January 04, 2009

Atalante Rising

Sometimes you have to wonder if news items aren't sometimes made up of whole cloth and planted in the media to follow some weird ritual cycle, unknown to the general reading public. 

This is one of those stories that seems more Morals & Dogma than Christian Science Monitor...