Saturday, December 30, 2017

Space is an Altar: Heaven or Lux Vega


I had no idea what a big deal this was but American Doll just released its new "Girl of the Year" for 2018.

Meet Astronaut-in-Training, "Luciana Heaven or Lux Vega." 

AKA "Luciferia Dew-Drops' Drop."

AKA "Anno Lucis of the Vegas."


Tuesday, December 26, 2017

From Ecto-Genesis to Transgenic Revelation


Ladies and Gentlemen we are floating in space

For over 50 years, researchers have been screaming into the wind that a massive conditioning program has been underway in order to acclimate people to UFOs, aliens, exoplanets and the rest of it. 

According to this line of thinking, this is precisely why we've been carpet-bombed with movies, books, comics, toys and TV shows beating the alien/UFO/AAT drum.

Friday, December 15, 2017

Let's Play Secret Sun Scrabble!


So the big news was that NASA--with the help of Google Brain-- discovered a twin of our solar system is distant space. When I first heard that NASA was going to make a big "mystery" announcement on Thursday, I knew we were going to get hit with some 2017-proof high-ritualism and I was not disappointed.

In fact, it downright felt like they were playing a round of Secret Sun Scrabble...


Saturday, December 09, 2017

"Altar to an Alien God" : Are D::Wave and CERN Overwriting Time?


So I'm sure all of you are familiar with the Mandala Effect. For some weird reason I seem to remember most of the things that people swear didn't happen ( I quite clearly remember having a discussion with my mother about the "Berenstain" thing when I was about nine), but I have my own examples of time getting unstuck.  

But there's a corpus of theorizing on the topic that assign the effects to the damage to the fabric of time-space caused by CERN and quantum computing. The argument is that having discovered the Higgs Boson, scientists are now ungluing reality itself. 

Which is a pretty compelling scenario to me, given that it's 2017 and all.


Tuesday, December 05, 2017

The Never-Ending Ritual: Putting the Fallen in NFLim


Amazing- it's been nearly three years since Katy Hudson (aka Katy Perry) did her little Mystery Babylon the Great LARP at the Super Bowl. Little did we realize that this wasn't entertainment, it was a statement of intent.  

I hear Justin Timberlake is set to do the Halftime Show this year, having kicked off the Overt Ritual Age of the N-ph-L with the notorious "wardrobe malfunction" (sic) routine with Janet Jackson back in 2004.  


Wednesday, November 29, 2017

All That Was Hidden is Now Being Revealed


We're at the point where every major news story needs to be tested for any perceptible ritual meaning. The walls of separation between ritual and reality are crumbling, as are those between Synchronicity and sorcery. 

Although most people don't really believe in magic-- even many of those who call themselves magicians-- the fact is that magic (particularly ritual magic) actually works. Which is why ritual magic continues to be practiced and why it's so common among the upper echelons of the Archonic control system. 


Friday, November 17, 2017

The Microbes Are Ready


I've seen a lot of media hype on pandemics and outbreaks come and go. And it could well be that it's that time again, time for another round of hysteria. But at the same time we're also seeing some odd predictive programming on the topic and some rather cryptic statements from notable figures.

So I thought I'd present a sampling of some of the stories that have caught my eye and see what the uncommonly intelligent Secret Sun readership makes of it all...


Saturday, November 11, 2017

Never-Ending Rituals: Ka of Hathor-Isis on the Mall


"A great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun..."

Well, this week began with a mass shooting event that just happened to fall on the Occultation of Aldebaran (identified with the Archangel Michael), then saw Trump and Melania's weird diplomatic rituals in Japan (that just happened to symbolically harmonize with an astral Journey to the Underworld), the Masonic Tercentennial, the opening of the Bloomberg SPACE Mithraeum, the "Scream at the Sky" ritual lament and the announcement of a performance of the deadly "Siren Song" mass ritual in Perth next February.

What can this week possibly do for an encore?


Thursday, November 09, 2017

It's Beginning to Look a Lot like Mithras.


I've been ranting on about Mithras since I opened this blog and lo and behold, Bloomberg finally premiere their new SPACE headquarters with the enclosed Mithraeum, smack dab in the middle of the Never-Ending Ritual. And a day after the Grand Lodge of England posted video of the Tercentennial at the Royal Albert Hall on Halloween.

I'm sorry; is this actually the real world or am I in some kind of Audrey Horne coma and am lucid-dreaming old Secret Sun posts all night and day?



Wednesday, November 08, 2017

British Freemasons Troll the Internet


It's 2017 and it's the 300th Anniversary of the establishment of the Grand Lodge of England. In public, Freemasons will swear up and down that the Craft was created out of whole cloth on that day but amongst themselves will reveal that it is in fact much, much older.


Friday, November 03, 2017

Kevin or Las Vegas


Kevin Spacey in Se7en

Is it just me or do you feel like some malfunctioning AI has taken control of reality and is using current events for a game of symbolic charades?

Or maybe the intelligence that runs the simulation we're trapped in stepped away from his desk for a moment and his idiot kid-- you know, the one that dabbled in symbolist poetry and absurdist theater in college before he developed a really bad Percocet addiction -- took the controls. 


Friday, June 02, 2017

Alien: Covenant and the Cargo Cult, Concluded



Let's get this out of the way first - SPOILERS! 

Then this: Alien: Covenant is not a very good movie. It's not offensively terrible, in fact it goes out of its way to be as inoffensive as possible. Even the gore seems polite. 


Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Twin Peaks and the Metaphysics of Evil


Well, after 27 years of waiting and a good 18 months of hype it's finally here.
 
Showtime aired the two-hour Twin Peaks reboot premiere and posted the first four episodes (the premiere was broken in two) online. I binged the first three as soon as they went up and the last episode the following morning.

My first impression? Ye gods, it's weird.


Saturday, May 13, 2017

Alien: Covenant and the Hollywood Cargo Cult, Pt. 1


Sir Ridley Scott's long-awaited prequel to Prometheus opened this week in certain countries and is set to open in America next week. For those waiting for a continuation of the storyline from the last movie- when crew member Elizabeth Shaw and the head of android David taking off to invade the Engineer homeworld- well, I hate to say it but you're out of luck.


Sunday, May 07, 2017

Reel Paganism: The "Folk Horror" Revival


Ah, those Years of Seven. We looked at the significant anniversaries in the World of Weird this Year of Seven is marking, from Heaven's Gate and the Phoenix Lights to the Harmonic Convergence to the releases of Star Wars and Close Encounters of the First Kind. 

Saturday, April 01, 2017

The Holy Fool

The jingling of bells during the dance is meant to frighten evil spirits and the clashing of sticks represent the fight between good and evil. 

Monday, March 20, 2017

The Present Can Only Be Viewed from the Past



2017 might seem like the hangover after a particularly-nasty meth, glue and Thunderbird bender, but it's actually a year of major anniversaries. We're coming up on the 70th Anniversary of Kenneth Arnold and Roswell (as well as the National Security Act), the 50th Anniversary of Sgt. Pepper and the Summer of Love and the centennial of the Russian Revolution. 

But there are a lot more observances, all kinds of 'ennials to observe. 

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Cue the Eighties Soundtrack.


Is the endless Seventies tapeloop finally over? Are we reliving the early Eighties again now? Was Stranger Things somehow a harbinger of the changeover of the selections in the Replay Machine?


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Twin Peaks, Mulholland Dr. and the 17 Enigma


David Lynch and Twin Peaks return this May
It appears there will be 17 episodes in all, if the series clocks in at 18 hours and the first episode is two hours long. A cast list comprised of 217 actors has been announced.