Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Yahooccultism: The Old Ones FTW

The big story from the World Cup was the uncanny predictions of, well, an octopus. Now, I'm not saying there's a conspiracy afoot to gradually program us into worship of the hideous Old Ones, some of whom take a similar form to said octopus. I'm just saying...nothing, really. I'm not saying anything.

Weird story though, eh?

Then there's this story- a total solar eclipse that only seemed to be visible on Easter Island, home of the stonefaced Watchers, who may well be awaiting the return of said hideous Old Ones. Or not. It's summer, I don't have to be profound all the time.

And then there's the most important decision ever made in the entire history of the human race, and maybe even beyond. That, of course, is the decision of some guy who runs around bouncing a rubber ball to move from one pack of overpaid mercenaries to another. But the Jesus Christ pose there certainly is interesting.

Which we also see with the now-infamous Patrick Mohr, recently made famous for his human/alien hybrid looking models.

Speaking of strange vibes, our old friend Newt Gingrich recently announced his intention to run for president. He's certainly carrying water for the right people if so. Note the Sun there, which has also been in the news quite a bit.

So much so that I took a quick look at the websites of some of the most powerful Evangelical megachurches and sure enough, old Sol is all over the place, as longtime Secret Sun readers might expect.

If you're not a longtime reader, you should check out this post, which examines this sunny phenomenon amongst America's religious establishment. This batch here got me thinking I should be looking for eagles as well in some of these logos, especially when used in conjunction with the Sun.

Like I always say, the best place to hide something is in your face.

UPDATE: Did someone say in your face? The latest crown in the death-from-above thorn is the British Taranis (named for the Celtic god of thunder, obviously related to Thor), which looks extremely saucer-like from this angle. The red triangle is a classy touch. I saw this on Yahoo this morning but a UK reader beat me to the punch.

You know, we keep hearing that the scientific establishment scoffs at AAT and yet all of this super high-tech keeps being named for the old gods, particularly the flying stuff. Go figure.