Friday, September 01, 2017

Sync Log: Houston, Harvey, Twin Peaks and the Siren



Twin Peaks: The Return- Episode One

Over the past several weeks I've been looking at the events that followed in the wake of Chris Cornell's death and the revival of Twin Peaks, which occurred within days of each other. This threw me down the old rabbit hole of the Siren archetype, which I believe is rising out there in all the different streams and spheres of consciousness. 

Why, I haven't a clue.



This archetype ties back to the old love-and-war goddesses of the ancient world, a lineage tracing back to Sumer and forward to goddesses like Ishtar, Venus and Atargatis, the so-called Syrian Goddess and first mermaid of legend, nearly all of whom had shepherd-boy consorts who died and were reborn.

In the midst of this, Elizabeth Fraser- who arguably began this memetic unveiling with her 1983 cover of Tim Buckley's "Song to the Siren"- emerged from her self-imposed exile to give a talk at Royal Albert Hall on July 23rd. This date- made famous by Robert Anton Wilson- is often identified with the rising of Sirius (Sirius, Syria, Siren) and the coming of the Nile floods.

I said, "floods."

I couldn't figure the meaning or purpose of this event but given that the ostensible focus of the talk was the album Blue Bell Knoll, whose title refers to a traditional Scottish death omen as well as a small hillock just east of Osiris, Utah, I guess... yeah.

Incidentally, the myth of the Nile floods in Ancient Egypt had it that they were caused by the tears Isis wept for Osiris when he was drowned. I hope anyone who's been following the blog lately will put all that together on their own.

One thing I'd been telling the Facebook group all along is that something very big and very bad was coming, something that would be identified with the Siren in some way. I couldn't quite put my finger on it, I just knew that's the way this kind of thing always goes.

 And sure enough, we have seen the devastating effects wrought by Hurricane Harvey in the Gulf of Mexico, specifically in the Houston metropolitan area.

Living in an area that bore an outsized helping of the brunt of Superstorm Sandy, I feel the pain of the great people of Houston and pray for their recovery from the devastating floods that have beset their city.


Now, Twin Peaks: The Return has been telling a sprawling and all-emcompassing tale of the nature of evil and the veil between realities. A month before Harvey made landfall we saw this vortex open up the skies.



And most of you will probably recognize the strong resemblance of that vortex to an aerial view of a hurricance, as in this satellite shot of Harvey. Huh.



We see the vortex first open in Episode Eleven over the decapitated body of Ruth Davenport, whose head was discovered atop Major Garland Briggs' body in Davenport's apartment in Episode One. The superintendent of that building engages in an angry exchange in Episode One with a "Harvey," whom we never meet.

Interesting alignment here.



I also wrote about the drowning death of Trevor Wilson, the young actor turned globetrotter who played Jeremy in the famous Pearl Jam music video of the same name. I had a feeling it was part of something, I just couldn't say exactly what.


And sure enough, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder appeared on the episode of Twin Peaks that aired while Harvey was pummeling East Texas and environs. He performed under his birth name, which I found kind of interesting.


Siren omens had been building up over the past few months. Unfortunately, these are the kinds of emanations you can't pin down until after the fact. There were a number of stories in the early Spring, about the potential casting of Harvey Fierstein as the sea-witch Ursula for the pending live-action production of The Little Mermaid.

For those of you who don't remember, Ursula conjured up a great storm, complete with spinning vortex.


Also in the spring we saw the icon Copenhagen Little Mermaid covered in blood-red paint. Concurrent with this event was the discovery of the headless body of a prominent female journalist named Kim Wall in that same city, foreshadowing the Ruth Davenport subplot in Twin Peaks. Wall's headless body had washed up on a beach.


In late July we heard of a mermaid statue being dedicated to those who have lost their lives in the Gulf of Mexico.
 PORT FOURCHON, La. (AP) — Before the year is over, a 16-foot-tall statue of a mermaid rising from the water will stand on Louisiana's waterfront as a memorial to all who have died at sea. 
Cindie Roussel, whose son was lost diving in the Gulf of Mexico in 2011, worked with families of some of the men who died when the Deepwater Horizon oil rig caught fire in 2010 to commission The Lady of the Gulf Seaman's Memorial.

Then there was this incredibly bizarre story in early August about the "Mermaid House" that had somehow come loose of its moorings in Grand Isle, Louisiana and gone floating around the Gulf of Mexico.


Weird Starbucks stories also began popping up, like this clickbait vid on YouTube that went live in late July.


A few days before Harvey made landfall a public service announcement sponsored by Starbucks began running on YouTube. In it we see the conjunction of military and corporate iconography and arguably a covert use of the Sirius heiroglyph.


As Harvey battered Texas this weird story ran on the Fortune magazine website. Note the "calm before the storm" advertisement. How about that?



Throughout the summer weird puff pieces about mermaids began running in the Houston media. Like this...


...and this...


...and this...


...and this.


There were also odd references to mermaids in puff pieces covering last Sunday's MTV VMAs. Like this...


... and this, featuring Gal Gadot ("Wave River"), star of this summer's biggest hit, Wonder Wom-Inanna. Which I still need to post on, incidentally.



Then we have this story from NASA (of course), about today's fly-by of the Asteroid called Florence.



Incidentally, the Black Lodge in Twin Peaks features two famous statues of Venus, the De Medici and the De Milo. The Medici and Botticelli's world-famous Birth of Venus are both housed in Florence.



And sure enough, Braintree gets in the act. Curtain Call Theatre, which played a major role in my early life, is performing Harvey as its next production. 

I guess I should expect this by now.

123 comments:

  1. I'm 20 minutes south of downtown Houston and even though the creek a couple hundred yards from my neighborhood got 50 inches of rain, my street barely flooded. we were unbelievably lucky.

    and, no bullshit, while I sat in awe during the storm, once or twice I had a thought come bubbling up from the subconcious that made me want to tell you "the siren came calling (Houston)." don't know why, but here we are.

    and speaking of strange dog/star(s) and mermaid syncs, my mom is the supervisor at a Humane Society shelter where country singer Miranda Lambert, in the last 2 days, came and adopted all 72 dogs they had so the shelter would have more room to take on animal refugees from Harvey. I went to look up the etymology of Miranda for this post and found this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miranda_(1948_film)

    "With his wife uninterested in fishing, Dr. Paul Martin goes on a holiday on the Cornwall coast alone. There he snags Miranda, a mermaid, and is pulled into the water. She keeps him prisoner in her underwater cavern..."


    "Derived from Latin mirandus meaning "admirable, wonderful". The name was created by Shakespeare for the heroine in his play 'The Tempest' (1611), about a father and daughter stranded on an island."


    they've also had a cat at the shelter named Blue Bell(!) the last couple of weeks...

    and Harvey means "Battle worthy, blazing iron". I should have known when I looked that up before it hit that we were in for a bad one, considering that etymology...

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    1. And just today I downloaded by request two mermaid films "Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid" from 1948 and "Miranda" from the same year. Too weird.

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    2. ...and last night I watched the 60's spoof, "Psycho Beach Party" which was surprisingly entertaining and to my surprise deals with trauma and multiple personality disorder. Strange days indeed.

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    3. There is an indie film called 'Sun don't Shine' from 2012. A dark and strange film about a young couple on the run after committing a murder (set in Florida if I remember).

      Anyhow it has a mermaid theme to it, at the end. You have to watch the film right the way through to know what I am getting at. It's a bleak film of course, so the mermaid touch doesn't lighten things up at all. It's not intended to.

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    4. Well, mermaid myths aren't very light and happy. They're actually usually pretty horrible. Which I hope folks here are grokking. This Siren thing is no laughing matter.

      Andrew, glad to see you weathered the storm. And thank you all for the data.

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    5. Which makes the push for brightly colured shiny mermaid-chic dressing up on the beach, Egyptian mermaid modelling contest etc. spouting ever more frequently, focused solely on the female of our species, all the more bizarre as repressing aspects of things in favour of some kind of disneyfied illusion cannot lead to anything good, just ask any mouseketeer once their dose has worn off.

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  2. and right after I posted that comment, I found this about the live action remake of The Little Mermaid:

    Lin-Manuel Miranda working on new Little Mermaid music

    http://ew.com/movies/2017/07/17/lin-manuel-miranda-little-mermaid-music-alan-menken/

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    1. Andrew-

      (Sorry Chris, but I'm very tardy in responding to Andrew [as per usual] and I wanted to make sure he saw this response).

      In response to your question from a few posts ago, I don't know a lot about my father's military service --he NEVER spoke about it, other than to say he spent his last year in the service at a listening post in Greenland as punishment for something or other (he ended up getting frost bite in his feet while there).

      I could see SS men being used to create our Special Operations Forces, however. The SS was Byzantine organization that carried out many functions. Most of its combat troops would now be considered conventional forces, but there were commando units that, along with the British SAS, served as the prototypes for modern Special Operations Forces. The most famous of these SS commandos was Otto "Scarface" Skorzeny, who had extensive dealings with various intelligence services after the war and was frequently used to train military forces in developing nations, as the Green Berets are regularly used now. It would hardly be surprising if a few of the Paperclip Nazis were brought over to help launch and command our own Special Operations Forces at the onset of Cold War. It would also help explain why there seems to be some type of neo-Nazi subculture in said forces.


      -Recluse

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    2. looking more into The Tempest, there was a sprite named Ariel, which is the name of the mermaid in The Little Mermaid:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ariel_(The_Tempest)

      and of course a tempest is "a violent windstorm, especially one with rain, hail, or snow. 2. a violent commotion, disturbance, or tumult. 3. to affect by or as by a tempest; disturb violently."

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    3. @Recluse:

      your dad never talked about it? sounds like the personality type of SF guys.

      and the comment from a few posts ago about "still wearing their SS emblem" was from someone who was definitely older, as they mentioned "Jedburgh units" before SF was officially stood up, so I'm assuming he was involved with the OSS/Special Operations Executive, where it would have been more feasible to run into such characters.

      thanks for the response, really appreciate it.

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    4. There are actually a number of Little Mermaid films in various stages of production. There's the one I mentioned here earlier about the "Mermaid of the Mississippi" named, um, Elizabeth.

      And yes, Recluse- Skorzeny, Gehlen, Paperclip. It seems the most durable Nazi creed was "If you can't beat them..."

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    5. Consider that those names may well have been the Nazi's Plan B, to win by losing. Even those who know seem to miss the full implications of the Gehelen network. Who knows what deals were cut, who was bribed, and who was blackmailed and in whose favor?

      Modern propaganda tech alone is enough to make at least some of us wonder who really won. Isn't this kinda like how a Nazi world might eventually look if they'd "won" WWII?

      Hard to say, though the Nazi-spoofing in our culture has raises suspicious someone wants Americans to believe in our own "exceptionalist" fantasies over Germany's. Hogan's Heroes is ripe with hints and the backstory to Hogans Heroes is pretty wild for those who dig.

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    6. There's certainly no greater profit to be made than continually grinding (the memory of) The Third Reich down into the dust and dirt over and over again, the entertainment-industrial-complex cannot stop itself churning out pr on the subject year-in, year-out, look out for 'Adolf Hitler: His One Testicle' book, tv show, lecture series, ted talk...

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  3. The Sabian Symbol for the astrological degree of the recent eclipse is 'a mermaid emerges from the ocean ready for rebirth into human form.'

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    1. Very interesting indeed, Christine. Do you have a link you'd like to post for us?

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    2. Sure, https://sabiansymbols.com/the-sabian-symbols-story/

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  4. A siren raises the alarm.

    Menken would 'kill for' his desired to be cast as Ursula, par for the course in holyweird.

    The paint protest was against whale hunting by those of Færøerne, the name means 'island of sheep', lambs to the slaughter.

    Whoever, if indeed a who, seeded 'adorable' as msm adjective of choice to emphasise what the great mass-us must have a warm and fuzzy over has so very much to answer for, to adore is to 'speak to formally, beseech, ask in prayer', what else must one do as a penitent in the face of forces beyond our ken?

    As for Harvey, that wabbit of a púca, ('nature spirit' from some potential sources), the director of the 1950 flick's first cinema credit, forename of Hermann no less (...black lagoon, Texas oil... chemical plant explosion...), is as writer of a 1925 film titled 'The Great Opportunity'.

    The attempt to link the destruction of the storm with blowback from human behaviour, so as to make the waning global warming narrative - would-be siren of which al gore raised his head above the swamp to propagandise once again the past month, spill over from glass half empty to glass half full aims to grant even greater access to the kind of pool of cash that would show up Scrooge McDuck's (back on screens again) slush of a paddling pool for what it is.

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    1. Not that it's unheard of regarding statues, but The Little Mermaid has a history of being attacked, the most common assault being to behead it, the most recent paint daubing, in blue and white, was accompanied with text stating: 'Befri Abdulle' (Free Abdulle)...

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    2. Well, strangely enough there's also the Robert Anton Wilson link to Harvey and to July 23. So it's a sync bonanza for everyone.

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    3. August 23rd 2017:

      The KLF, who were once on the lookout for a submarine to purchase, peeked their head(s) above water as 'The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu' in the coastal city of Liverpool last month 23 years after they packed in the larking about to engage in what I cannot say as I think a soul had to be there to have a feeling for it.

      The reportage makes the three day extravaganza sound largely something of a damp squib though (they've left the tunes far behind and that was the most significant part, their (K) Foundation upon which to build their rest, of their original magic), perhaps its power is tapped due to its absence, perhaps the action was more akin to a cloud-seeding so it remains to be seen what may grow from the watering.

      One of the ongoing projects is 'The People's Pyramid' made in partial collaboration with The Green Funeral Company, based in Devon, the 'immersive, participatory' funeral plans of TGFC earned them 'the Funeral Director of the Year title in 2012 at the first ever Good Funeral Guide Awards':

      http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/pop-stars-klf-who-cremated-425052

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  5. this guy certainly came to mind after reading this great post... coincidentally?... he pitches against the HOUSTON astros next Wednesday... he plays for the MARINERS
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ariel_Miranda

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    1. Yeah, it never ends. Once it starts, there's not stopping it.

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  6. Technology exists where messages are sent from the future to the past in order to warn us. Elites will not reveal the technology, but will use it to synch us.

    ...and if you believe that Horseshit then you would certainly believe the Wizard of Od Chris Knowles.

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    1. You mean emails from the future being sent via electricity through the power lines? The Hall Effect. Some nut job had a website dedicated to it a few years ago. It's been scrubbed from the net. I think he was "paid." Imagine that.

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    2. Wizard of Od? What exactly does that mean? Do you mean "a hypothetical power once thought to pervade nature and account for various phenomena, such as magnetism?" If so, then thank you.

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  8. I'm in the Houston area too where we had 51 inches but we're initially saved by the reservoirs, only to be threatened by their releasing water. We were still saved from that, but I too was reminded of the siren having visited us with a vengeance. All of the syncs blow my mind, in particular, Miranda. Thank you, Andrew.

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    1. those areas around the reservoirs are a mess, glad you and yours are safe.

      as for me posting the Miranda sync, I am but a humble student of Chris and the Secret Sun. we'll see what he makes of it...

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    2. Glad you guys are relatively safe and sound. I lived through the Superstorm and still shudder at the memory.

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  9. Chris-


    I've been on quite a Child ballads kick lately and upon reading your post was immediately reminded of "The Mermaid" (Child #289). Its a kind sea shanty that tells the story of a crew of sailors encountering a mermaid as they set off to sea. It is perceived as an ill omen and sure if enough, the ship soon runs into a terrible storm that results in its sinking and the death of the entire crew. It is believed to be based upon folk traditions of the British isles that saw mermaids as death omens --the sighting of one was very unlucky, as you can imagine.

    Certainly the mermaid symbolism leading up to Harvey appears to have been quite an ill omen and in keeping with the world view of "The Mermaid."

    Actually now that I think about it, the Siren seems to have a presence in many of the more supernatural Child ballads. Hardly surprising.


    -Recluse

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    1. Yep. Like I said, this Siren thing is not a happy thing. Interesting historical footnote- the Cocteau Twins only performed "Song to the Siren" a few times in concert and then Elizabeth Fraser refused to sing it until her one-off show in 2012.

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  10. Another Harvey synch which just popped up on my Faceborg trough after reading this blog entry:
    "Did Harvey Spencer Lewis die from a magical operation gone bad?
    Belmont, Sunday 11 February 1973
    "At headquarters [Supreme Grand Lodge, San Jose, Calif.] we have a closet where the son of Spencer Lewis, who has succeeded him as Imperator, has hidden documents about ritual ceremonies. Lewis Junior is afraid of that material, perhaps because his own father had an accident after performing one of the advanced rites." When I asked Mil about this, she would only tell me that "he enterend into the famous circle and didn't have the strength to maintain it." He died two years later without being able to resume his activities. The fearful incident must have taken place about 1937. - Vol, 2, P. 181 - Forbidden Science - California Hermetica - The Journals of Jacques Vallee. c/o Mark Stavish

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    1. Hmm. Very interesting, Nate. Thank you for this.

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  11. Yeah. But more than agree, you're just more prodigious than ever Chris. I'm seeing the current sexagenary Fire Bird year as an analogue to Water Maid. Fire Bird versus Water Maid epitomizes the Garuda/Naga polarity in Indian and Central Asian religious practice. I posted a blog called "Hurricane Gakyil" around 8/18, and I won't try to explain what "gakyil" means except, symbolically, it's like a three-pronged yin-yang symbol of feminine energy, especially as it tends to magnetize and/or purify with air, fire, and water, that very much resembles in principle the way a hurricane functions. Also happens to be the name of a troublesome but beguiling woman. Hell hath no fury like a woman with too many cats at close quarters, but I digress. I guess I'm getting used to how much powerful information your spinal tap of reality supplies. I don't want to compare you to certain venerable bloggers in the field of synchronicity, but effectively you're opening a portal for us to experience it, as much as documenting anything synchromagically interesting at the level of basic data. I suppose great writing tends to do that, but yours is great research too, as it happens.

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    1. Thank you very much, Vagchandra. Please post a link to your article so the readers can check it out.

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  12. You mention two different "Wilsons" above and then there's the hapless FBI Agent "Wilson" in last two episodes of Twin Peaks
    --Walsh

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    1. Some other famed, wet, Wilson's:

      Dennis Wilson, another drowning, some say payback for his treatment of Manson ...'Charlie don't surf!' afterall.

      Wilson (the volleyball), the real star of Castaway (Tom Hanks - Splash! Joe Versus The Volcano), the reproduction of which made by Wilson is still available for $19.99 from their website, also meets a watery end, at least that we see, born of fire and blood this Wilson's quite the elemental.

      Life's slippery when wet.

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    2. There was also a character named 'Mister Wilson' in the movie Harvey.

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    3. I think this is a reminder for all of us to keep an eye out for the Wilson name game. Did the Beach Boys ever do a song about a mermaid? Help me out, experts...

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    4. The Boys did a five night stint at The Mermaid Theatre in London back in 2012, it was part of the first tour since 1965 in which Brian Wilson had fully participated.

      (The David Duchovny starring 'Aquarius' is another Boys link, specifically the drowned Dennis, via the Manson connection)

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    5. & as if by (the) magic (of hollow wood:

      http://www.avclub.com/owen-wilson-saying-wow-but-its-backwards-now-1801923459

      wow wilson wow

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    6. Wilson, from William, meaning 'wil - will, desire / helm - helmet, protection', popular with The Normans (The Norse Men), it really took hold as a name of choice after their successful invasion of England, some famous Wills:

      William Wallace, William Tell, William Shakespeare, William Blake, William S. Burroughs... & William Windsor, heir apparent (& a Windsor by actual full-blood (unlike his half brother Harry)), but one, to the throne as head of state of the United Kingdom, its dependencies and its overseas territories... Britannia rules the waves.

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    7. Wilson:

      Bob Wilson, in The Twilight Zone episode 'Nightmare at 20,000 Feet', was Shatner's most celebrated of pre-trek roles.

      Wade Wilson, Deadpool's um... deadname?

      Andrew McCarthy plays the role of Larry Wilson in Weekend at Bernie's & Weekend at Bernie's 2.

      & there's a 'Frank Wilson' in a 1965 German western titled 'Pyramid of the Sun God'.

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  13. This article is just from a few months ago, note its focus is on Texas and Houston.
    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Mermaids-are-making-a-splash-in-Texas-and-beyond-11029137.php

    As far as Gal Gadot goes, interesting that 'Gal' means 'wave' in Hebrew.

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    1. Thank you, Lawrence. Keep your eyes peeled.

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  14. Adding to your sync log. Have you seen the trailer for Guillermo Del Toro's upcoming film The Shape of Water? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFYWazblaUA

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    1. Oh, yes indeed. Our pal Abe Sapien returns. Very timely.

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  15. The gush is it's his best since Pan's Labyrinth, the sequel to his Pacific Rim is titled 'Pacific Rim: Uprising', it never rains but it pours.

    KTV

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  16. Ahh the Muse, natures riddle. The siloquy, life and death, the ultimate riddle. What does it all mean?


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  17. 'Aaron Joel Mitchell, 41, succumbed Sunday morning to injuries suffered after breaking through a safety perimeter Saturday night and running into a fire at the annual Burning Man event in northern Nevada':

    http://journal.burningman.org/2017/09/news/brc-news/incident-during-saturday-burn/

    A linked coping article in the above titled: 'A New Normal: Ten Things I've Learned About Trauma' is illustrated with an image of cold, blue, icy water.

    When I checked behindthename for any potential watery syncs re: AJW the 'featured name of the day' was Inanna.

    What with the flooding perhaps Aaron offered himself up as burnt offering in the attempt to appease yhwh of the desire to continue the deluge.

    “People try to run into the fire as part of their spiritual portion of Burning Man ... The significance of the man burning, it’s just kind of a rebirth, they burn the man to the ground, a new chapter has started. It’s part of their tenets of radical self-expression.”

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    1. Rebirth? More like ritual sacrifice. You need to read The Golden Bough or just watch Wicker Man.

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    2. Speaking of Burning Man...& Mermaids... & ritual sacrifice...There was a Burning Man theme camp called 7 Sirens Cove, based in the Bay Area, that was pretty prominent this year, actually, they're a regular thing over the years from what I've heard:

      http://www.7sirenscove.com/

      & earlier in the year, also in CA, this Burning Man-related Mermaid sculpture project took place regarding pollution:

      https://spark.burningman.org/ads/large-scale-mermaid-sculpture-to-raise-awareness-about-plastic-pollution/

      Last but not least, this year's Burning Man events featured...Mermaids & Rum Punch?

      https://playaevents.burningman.org/2017/playa_event/23234/

      Mermaids, sirens & sacrifice. Now who saw that coming?

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    3. If this chaps fire dance were of notice to some entity or other, deity (would-be) or otherwise, it's not dampened the strength, or should that be undampaned in this instance?, of Hurricane Irma which, last I saw, was projected to make landfall in Florida after it's laid waste to tropical paradise, no doubt packed with late holiday making Brits DESPERATE for a day or few without any rain, maybe if we're lucky Irma will wash jeffrey epstein's Virgin Island cesspit off the face of The Earth.

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    4. We can only hope! Incidentally, Irma means "noble" in Latin but in Old German its meaning is "Universal", derived from "Ermin" (related to Emma) but also from "Irmin", a war god, whose name comes from "Irminsul"--meaning, "a great pillar that supports all". & surprise! A link to Nazi occultism:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irminism

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irminsul

      & of course, no shortage of war themes in the ether these days either.

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    5. Regarding 'Noble', richard branson, neighbour of jeffrey epstein, describes the Virgin Islands scene as being 'eerie but beautiful' & 'Everyone is willing the eye of the storm to veer away', branson's hideaway is named 'Nekker':

      http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Nekker

      Nix (redirected from Nekker)... a satellite of Pluto... a water sprite of German mythology, usually in human form or half-human and half-fish... another word for no... be careful! watch out!... (European Myth & Legend) German myth a male water sprite, usually unfriendly to humans [C19: from German Nixe nymph or water spirit, from Old High German nihhus; related to Old English nicor sea monster]...

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    6. Since emerging from his wine celler storm shelter branson's stated Nekker to be 'uninhabitable', his son, sam, instagramed: "Glad to say that all humans on Necker are OK... Very concerned for our friends and everyone on the neighbouring islands", brnason senior also said: "All of us slept together in two rooms. I haven't had a sleepover quite like it since I was a kid... Strangely, it's a privilege to experience what is turning into possibly the strongest storm ever with such a great group of young people"

      Irma's classed as the most powerful category five Atlantic storm on record. Hurricane Jose, following in Irma's wake is not currently expected to be as ferocious or necessarily keep to the same or similar path.

      A cursory glance for news on the state of epstein's isle brings up nowt.

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    7. The poor misguided soul Aaron Mitchell is a portent of the times. Not only do we have the Siren link to this year's Burning Man, we have the burnt offerings link to the Biblical Aaron. Mitchell was also from McAlester, OK, pronounced Mic-Aleister. If you get my drift.

      As for Irma, try this on for size: Irma->Mirma->Mermaid. You with me? That's not even a half-step, etymologically speaking.

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    8. (A bit of a stretch? Or maybe not?) Keeping with the Soundings, during last Sunday's Monza Grand Prix in Italy, the previous day's qualifying taking place in heavy rain during which the home favourites, Ferrari, were unable to qualify higher than a paltry seventh (& were only third best in the race), Fernando Alonso (Spanish), after learning of Jolyon Palmer's (Bitish) having retired from the race, not long after they'd nearly had a coming together as they approached the chicane, quipped:

      "Palmer karma"

      'Karma' sounds even more like Irma when said with a Spanish accent, but Alonso too retired towards the end of the race... be careful, not only when seeking assistance from other powers but also in giving thanks to them/applying the inspiration of the muses, they have wills and wishes of their own.

      Spain's armada, put together in 1588 to attack and invade England, was dealt a crippling blow after 'one of the most northern hurricanes on record' all but dashed the fleet to Davy Jones (Jonah's Whale) Locker. For the god-fearing of The Land this was sign of the righteousness of the Protestant faith, 'Jehovah blew with His winds, and they were scattered', to John Dee though it would have signified something far more multi-facetedly-bejewelled than some mere divinity at play.

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    9. John Dee, possible inspiration for the character of Prospero in Shakespeare's The Tempest, last played on screen in mermaided fashion by Helen Mirren (as Prospera) in Julie Taymor's 2010 film adaptation.

      Mirren, originally called Ilyena Mironoff, her grandfather being Russian, a former convent-school girl, who's more than comfortable going nude for the film cameras (when the role requires) is something of a national, if not global, ageing sex-icon. She starred opposite James Mason in the 1969 film 'Age of Consent' (Mason being the lead in Kubrick's adaptation of Lolita.)

      On her use of divination she states: "I went through a phase of consulting the I Ching, which was useful in that it freed you up to listen to your instinct. Though often it would say things such as, 'The water will pour down from the mountain and the sea will churn' and you had to make of it what you wanted to."

      One of her homes is riverside in Wapping by... The Thames & in 2016 she was 'more than happy to be associated with the campaign' to stop the building of a sewage treatment works in Ardersier, the Scottish village in which she was marred.

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    10. (The master of the rain-soaked qualification in Monza was 'Britain's Lewis Hamilton', who's mother is of The Land, not only did he secure it in indomitable fashion, in doing so he became the top qualifier in Formula 1 history, a record formerly held by the seven time champion Michael Schumacher ((German) who all but killed himself skiing off-piste sans helmet a few years ago on The French-Alps), Hamilton won the race in dry conditions. Jenson Button, a former team mate of Hamilton's was also pretty reliable in the rain & is big into triathalons.)

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  18. I wonder how much Starbucks is paying to push the mermaid into the mainstream as a PSYOP to buy coffee? I also wonder how anyone could think that any of this has anything to do with conspiracy? Now you know what all of those Facebook likes and cookies on your computer were for. It's called targeted Marketing; if you want to believe that this is also some global conspiracy, you're right --- DRINK MORE COFFEE WITH THE MERMAID LOGO. LMFAO.

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    1. You mock because you're a simpleton who has inserted a phantom 'conspiracy' into investigations of a higher order. I know it's hard. Keep trying, and maybe someday you'll crack that elusive 3-digit IQ barrier and join the rest of us here.

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  19. The Mermaid thing: It was closely tied to male to female transgenderism in the 1990s-early 2000s. I'll let you do the math.

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    1. Mermaids is a British transgender youth organization founded in '95.

      I assume by "I'll let you do the math" you mean to imply that the contemporary ascendence of transgenderism is occult.

      There are strong connections between what Chris has been investigating in the Siren domain and transgenderism.

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    2. An article published today in The Independent states that 'a small but increasing number of transgender students' has contributed to the introduction of a supposed gender-neutral uniform policy at another school here in Blighty.

      In connection with my comment below mentioning The Thames, The Tavistock Institute, instrumental in the now openly & overt state-promoted spectrumisation of all, but especially children, although always based in London, ultimately derives it's name from Tavistock in Devon, England, in which the river Tavy, a tributary of the river Tamar, like The Thames meaning 'dark', flows.

      The Tamar catchment all but splits Cornwall from the neighbouring county of Devon (& is most of the Cornwall/Devon border), a total cut-off wouldn't displease The Cornish, some of the last of those truly rooted to this sceptered isle.

      Tavistock was & is a pivotal player in the develpment and application of mkultra & related research in The U.K. & further afield.

      As an aside syncing with Twin Peaks talk I once saw a mural at a train station (the arteries of the land before they were cut back in the 1960's as part of a plan to force Folk into cars) as I made my way to the Cornwall/Devon border, stating: 'The path to paradise is lined with Sycamore Trees.

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    3. Doesn't Tavistock have another "base" located in Florida? Actually, kind of like their own little town? I can't remember the name. I'll see if I can find it.

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    4. I found it. Lake Nona

      Lake Nona Medical City is a 650-acre (260 ha) health and life sciences park in Orlando, Florida, United States. It is located near Orlando International Airport and within the master-planned community of Lake Nona.

      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.lakenona.com/live/community/lake-nona-town-center/&ved=0ahUKEwizgff8gJLWAhWhDcAKHTVJCL8QFggfMAE&usg=AFQjCNFC8JzKFfo8P5LEekr5Cud0BcodTA

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    5. These people(?) have their tentacles everywhere, perhaps this Leviathan straddling Our Globe goes some way to explaining the blooming prevelance of tentacle-porn lavished promotion as part of the anything-goes spectrum program.

      In John Boorman's 1981 film Excalibur the truce between Uther and Cornwall is brokered by the Tamar, in the following scene set in Cornwall's clifftop castle overlooking the sea, Uther's lust for Cornwall's wife breaks the truce. Merlin, later to be trapped in ice, calls to The Dragon so as to aid Uther's carnal desires and so Arthur comes to be conceived.

      Cornwall is one of the six nations recognised by The Celtic League and The Celtic Congress. There is a wish by some of Cornwall, as part of The U.K., to be granted the powers Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland have. The An Gof separatist organisation, named after another smith (see below), has stepped up it's anti-gentrification efforts claiming a recent arson attack on some tv-chef's restaurant there, Good Luck to them, or as is said in Cornish, 'Chons da!'.

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    6. Mermaids are chimeras and as such are transgenic. So that certainly fits the overall narrative. Get ready for it, because we're just at the beginning of this story.

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  20. *** LADY OF THE LAKE ALERT!!! ***

    "A schoolgirl could become the stuff of legend after pulling a 4 foot sword from the same Cornish lake where King Arthur's Excalibur was famously thrown."

    http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/our-region/south-yorkshire/doncaster/yorkshire-schoolgirl-left-stunned-after-discovering-king-arthur-s-legendary-excalibur-1-8734754

    Since we're on the etymology of names...

    Matilda (Strength in Battle) Jones (YAHWEH is Gracious).

    "Ironically, her father, Paul Jones, 51, had recounted the story of King Arthur to Matilda and her sister Lois moments before the discovery."

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    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dozmary_Pool

      'Another tale associated with Dozmary Pool is that of Jan Tregeagle. In search of deviant exploits, Tregeagle makes a Faustian bargain with the Devil and is given money and power. At the conclusion of his life, he is damned to the bottomless Dozmary Pool, where he is tormented to this day; it is said that Tregeagle's ghost can still be heard howling across the moor. (He was set the task of dipping the water out of Dozmary Pool with a leaking limpet shell, but decided to escape to Roche Rock before being set another task, weaving ropes from the sand of Gwenor Cove.)'

      Doz is an abbreviation of dozen.

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    2. This incident happened August 29. Isn't that Elizabeth Frazer's birthday?

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    3. Listen -- strange women lying in ponds distributing swords
      is no basis for a system of government. Supreme executive power derives
      from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony.

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    4. When a soul's 70% water (50 - 60% on average for an adult depedning on this and that...) such spiritual matters of the body politic surely don't corunt for nowt though eh?

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    5. Yes, very interesting "news story." I don't believe it as far as I can throw it but most certainly an artifact of the times and the rising archetypal psychodrama. And yes, August 29 is indeed Liz's 54th birthday.

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    6. Avalon rising, the Celtic & medieval rock band of the same name "Wets the mind like Irish mist!" according to Harpbeat.

      As for throwing it, that sword ended up in that lake somehow!

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    7. http://www.countryliving.co.uk/wildlife/countryside/news/a2352/brits-happy-place-cotswolds/

      'Having a pub lunch in the Cotswolds is the top 'happy place' for Brits... Walking in the Lake District came in second place and eating an ice cream on Brighton Beach was third.'

      Must be something to do with all the rain we get on our coastally eroding island here.

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    8. I'll add this to this Blighted list:

      http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/white-cliffs-of-dover-cosmic-dust-discovery-scientists-space-solar-system-a7935996.html

      'In a second study, the same team uncovered a way to determine if cosmic dust is clay rich as this could act as a ‘diving rod’ for finding water rich asteroids in our system.

      They revealed that shattered pieces of olivine crystals in cosmic dust are a proxy for water, suggesting that these asteroids were rich in both clay and water.

      “In the distant future, asteroids could provide human space explorers with valuable stop offs during long voyages,” said Matt Genge, lead author from the College’s Department of Earth Science and Engineering. “Being able to source water is vital because it can be used to drink, to make oxygen and even fuel to power spacecraft.'

      could this by why there are plans to sell the cliffs off:

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/09/04/white-cliffs-dover-could-sold-developer-national-trust-cannot/

      'Now The Trust has launched an urgent appeal claiming it would be ‘devastating’ if it lost the chance to protect the site... The bid is being supported by Dame Vera Lynn, who’s 1942 war ballad The White Cliffs of Dover secured her reputation as the ‘Force’s Sweetheart.’'

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  21. Chris - the purely analytical side of someone's thinking process tends to brush these observations off as coincidental and selected, meaning that you could find whatever you are looking for just by looking for it. However, I think you have shown time and time again that these things go deeper and far more reaching than any coincidence, if there is really any such thing. The Twin Peaks stuff blew my mind.

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    1. Well, I went looking for mermaid stories in Florida because of M-IRMA-D but I didn't see anything on the scale of Houston and the western Gulf. But I'm glad you raised the issue, Bill, because we do need to resist the confirmation-bias temptation. Cheers.

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  22. Whoah! While his attempts at literate cross-cultural interdiscipinary analysis often fall as flat as Maureen Dowd, and sometimes even as badly as washed out barely-a-star Dennis Miller, this Pepe at least seems passingly familiar with your work and the themes you've been mining. Keep up the good work!

    http://www.atimes.com/article/twin-peaks-unveils-world/

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    1. That link is dead. Try this: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Yhn7ZPg3R0MJ:www.atimes.com/article/twin-peaks-unveils-world/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

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  23. Here's another one for you....

    An unfortunate soul rushed into the Burning Man fire this past weekend. The festival, which to many "jumped the shark" long ago, was started by Larry HARVEY.

    By-the-way the west is on fire. I'm in Portland Oregon and we work up this morning to ash coating everything as multiple forests east of here burn. There is a white haze which filters the sun so it looks red. Strangely we can stare at it just like we did here during the eclipse.

    -D.

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    1. Another offering to The Elementals:

      'Professional surfer Zander Venezia, 16, killed riding 'best wave of his life' in Hurricane Irma swell':

      http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/professional-surfer-zander-venezia-16-11127911

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    2. Yeah, it's all bubbling up out there. This is what the wizards are really after- rewriting Reality itself. Like I said before, get ready for it.

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    3. More offerings (to the firmament):

      http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/spacex-launches-air-forces-super-secret-mini-shuttle-49677797

      &

      http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/techandscience/nasa-is-about-to-destroy-a-dollar326-billion-spacecraft-by-flying-it-into-saturn-heres-a-breakdown-of-what-will-happen/ar-AArr8WA?li=BBoPU0R

      September 11th --

      Cassini will make its final pass by Saturn's largest moon Titan.

      Titan is an exotic world with lakes of liquid methane and ethane.

      These lakes make Titan a potential candidate for alien life.

      ...

      seeding the waters/disrupting the life chances already there with machine intelligence?

      In other space news:

      http://bgr.com/2017/09/08/solar-flare-sun-minimum-event/

      'On Wednesday, September 6th, the largest solar flare since 2005 was recorded. That flare, which was classified as X-Class (the most significant type) with a rating of X9.3, still pales in comparison to the all-time record, which was an X20 flare in early 2001.'

      ...

      The past week the beachings, & deaths, of many whales around Western Northern European coasts last year has been linked to sun activity interfering with their sense of navigation:

      http://geographical.co.uk/nature/oceans/item/2390-solar-storms-stranding-north-sea-whales

      & in my own neck of the woods the past few nights, a cove in particular has been visited by possibly up to seven seals, the most I saw for definite was five but there were sounds coming from the next cove along from others (something I'd never heard them doing before, the most I'd seen previously in one go being three) once night begins to fall, most of the seals were sticking their heads clear out of the water & looking straight up, something I've only ever seen them do rarely and not for such lengths of time as I've witnessed this week.

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  24. Leaked... news of the storyline for the next Bond movie co-written by Robert Wade, last Bond co-writing credit being for Skyfall which featured a watery death/resurrection scene running from the end of the pre-title sequence, title sequence & through to the start of the film proper - the film largely set in rainy London which The Thames flows through, Thames possibly meaning dark, a common etymology for the rivers of these isles, fitting though considering the murky goings-on that decrepit London, but also referred to as 'the isis', includes pivotal scenes of the ziggurat-esque, in the flesh, MI6 headquarters + sex in a shower scene on a boat on the way to the evil villain's island base + near death by drowning towards the dénouement, has dripped into the news today.

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    1. The name WADE comes from the English version of a Germanic mythological character whose father was a king and mother a MERMAID. One of the related tales has him wading across a deep river with his son on his shoulders. There's more.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wade_(folklore)

      I looked this name up years ago after a woman in my town, with her married name of WADE was found dead in the pond side of the dam.

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    2. Curious, Wade takes us to Wayland the smith & phonetically to Weyland / Weyland-Yutani, bearing, birthing, mutating & hybridising are key themes of the Alien franchise, of the two most recent flicks Covenant is the wetter of the two, in a number of respects, but liquid, a particular glass of it, is pivotal to the gestation of Prometheus.

      The salivations of the gossipers is that in 'Bond25' James will have married his Spectre love interest Madeleine Swann, Maddy is derived from Magdala located on the Sea of Galilee.

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    3. Full court press. Riding those archetypes, playing 8th dimensional name game. Get ready, the reality paradigm you thought you knew is fixing to implode, sooner rather than later.

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    4. “We are like the dreamer who dreams and lives inside the dream, but who is the dreamer?”

      "We live inside a dream"

      'Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity' is the title of a book by David Lynch.

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  25. All that remains of Laura Palmer's life is a legacy of darkness and death. Lynch himself had already revealed the ending to us years ago when he stated that Twin Peaks was about "the loneliness, shame, guilt, confusion and devastation of the victim of incest.” While the first two seasons focused on the victimization by her father Leland; the Return is more about the enabling, denial and guilt of her mother Sarah who is seen now as some form of monster. The final scene may even signify that this new world Laura and Dale are in, are in effect Sarah’s dream, and why the house calls Laura’s name. However, the Palmer House truly represents only one thing -- incest -- and Lynch's narrative shows us that as much as we all want to see Laura, the cast and the audience heal from this incestuous nightmare, the real pain of Twin Peaks will never go away -- the stigma of incest is permanent. After much thought on this, I wonder if one day we will learn that David Lynch himself was a victim of incest and that this was his way through Transcendental Meditation as an attempt to erase his own pain, and that he finally learned the damage is permanent? This show is not about sacred love, it is about profane love, the forbidden kind ending in murder. All that remains of Twin Peaks now is the zeitgeist of today’s America - thousands of stories with a thousand different endings, some good and some evil — all about self-determination. I am absolutely convinced that Twin Peaks has ended for good, and for that I am relieved. Incest is a scourge, and as Lynch states in "Catching the Big Fish" he only wishes to help others attempt to heal as well as a champion of Transcendental Meditation. He has been indoctrinating all of us, and I reject this indoctrination as counter to my Catholic faith. The final frame is Laura whispering into Dale’s ear, this is called Eisegesis - to put meaning into; in opposition to Exegesis - to take meaning out of. In Lynch’s warped mind there is no God, therefore there is no revelation of truth in this mythos. TWIN PEAKS has all been ONE BIG LIE.

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    1. You're not going deep enough. This all springs from the "Lodge", right? Well, who underwrote several MKULTRA subprojects than the Scottish Rite? Three separate SR bodies, in fact. But this isn't to single out the Freemasons, but to point to an overarching, entirely ecumenical cabal that has used children as sex toys and shark-chum since the end of World War II, at the very least. I'm from Braintree- you may have heard me speak of it. You know what else is in Braintree? The Archdiocese of Boston. It's true- look it up. Not to bash Catholicism by any means (I actually have considerable appreciation for the religion itself), but to point out a historical reality. But guess what else is going on in Braintree now, as we speak? Underage sex trafficking. It's been that way since I was a kid, at the very least.

      Lynch and Frost gave the fans the ending they were looking for, then slapped us all in the face with reality. The world is full of Laura (and Lawrence) Palmers, who were victimized in their youths and wander through their lives now as broken shells. Deal with it.

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    2. Cooper rhymes with tulpa

      ...

      ***SPOILER ALERT (as River Song (Doctor Who) is oft to revel in coquetishly ejeculating)***

      Prior to the final two episodes I thought maybe the tale of Twin Peaks was done & dusted but now I don't know, could there be more to show and tell, would seeing Big Ed, Lucy, Hawk and the Fat Trout trailer park one(?) more time add anything to the telling of the tale?

      Before the series premier MacLachlan had this to say:

      'When asked if the revival could give us even more than these 18 parts, Kyle said he thought chances were good. “Whether David and Mark feel compelled to write them, I don’t know. But I think he has more stories.”'

      http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/news/kyle-maclachlan-twin-peaks-season-4/

      Now The Return's over, on telly at least the tone is:

      “Well, I know for a fact there are no discussions for more Twin Peaks,” assures MacLachlan. “That’s where that is.”

      http://deadline.com/2017/09/kyle-maclachlan-interview-twin-peaks-the-return-season-finale-spoilers-david-lynch-showtime-laura-palmer-dale-cooper-1202160765/

      Who knows though what's to be gleaned from the forthcoming 'Twin Peaks The Final Dossier' book, the title may give the game away.

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    3. "Water always wins" is a line uttered by The Doctor in 'The Waters of Mars', set largely in 'Bowie Base', it's a tale in which the broken Timelord comes to go against the most prized law of his people, with ultimate negative consequence.

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    4. & on the 'Reality' album, Bowie was 'Looking for Water', in which this is sung:

      'Silver leaves are spinning round
      Take my hand as we go down and down and down
      Looking for water'

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    5. & my apologies Whovians, it's ***SPOILERS*** not 'spolier alert'...

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    6. ...Bowie Base One

      ...not 'spoiler alert'...

      Bowie sings 'Looking For Water' so it almost sounds at times like 'Look In The Water'.

      & the song features what sounds like it could be a sample of Bowie, or some very Bowie-effected instrumentation, descending down a scale in a very siren-esque howl of a refrain.

      The video of 'Looking For Water' at times looks to have been filmed in the part of Twin Peaks wood in which the entrance to the Red Room is accessed by Cooper, 'Silver leaves' indeed!

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    7. I've muddled myself somewhat (muddied waters), my mention of Sycamore Trees lining the path to paradise earlier in the comments is actually Silver Birches line the path to paradise.

      I've thought the Sycamores at the curtain call (entrance) for The Red Room in Ghostwood were Silver Birches, the clue I overlooked is in the title of the song Jimmy Scott sings as Cooper's investigation takes him to the red room (another double r there, so what does that make the diner, what does this make Norma, what does it make Big Ed & Norma???).

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  26. Hi Chris,

    Long time lurker here. I just wanted to add something that may be interesting.

    There was a videogame that came out in 2015 called Axiom Verge (also, spoilers for those who care?) that has things like giant machines called Rusalki and a Sumerian theme to the whole game; some areas are called Edin, Absu and E-Kur-Mah; and there are also hidden items accessed with passcodes like Ikkibu Labiru and Dingergisbar.
    The Rusalki's headless bodies are also able to be found in an abandoned factory, one's a mermaid, another is a crab and I forget the other one (her head structure looks like an octopus).

    It's one of my favourite games, one of those that grabs me in ways few do. With those elements I felt like sharing that here.
    You can search on Youtube for it if you like. There's a video with most of the cutscenes and dialogue.

    Anyway, thanks for all your work!

    - C

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  27. Some more watery flotsam & jetsam:

    Robbie Williams has cancelled the rest of his European tour due to "illness"... 'Robbie Williams will also not be appearing at The New Wave event in Sochi.':

    "I don't know if I'd be this mentally ill without fame."

    Williams had a much publicised UFO fixation a few years back that overlapped with his star waning at the time.

    &

    http://time.com/4928759/plastic-fiber-tap-water-study/

    'Virtually all the world's tap water is contaminated by microscopic plastic fibers, a new study claims'...

    Whether anyone wants to or not we're ALL being artificialised, murky depths indeed.

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    1. Yeah, I've been hearing a lot about this. It's an all-out blitzkrieg on the ecosystem and our physiology. But you know what? No one seems to care. The human tragedy.

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    2. If it's in the water it's also...

      http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/sep/08/sea-salt-around-world-contaminated-by-plastic-studies

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    3. The solution (*b'dum tish!*) is:

      DON'T DRINK
      DON'T EAT
      DON'T BREATHE
      DON'T LIVE

      At least if you want to survive in some way, shape or form in the faked fated future.

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  28. >PORT FOURCHON
    >FOURCHON
    There really are so many different agendas scurrying around and digging trenches these days, are there not?

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    1. Sink or Swim has never been more apposite, as is mentioned above though there's much more to come.

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  29. Again, the syncs hit, blow upon blow ... just yesterday the personalized license plate in front of me (from an Oklahoma tribe) read: "MERMAID." I wondered what the significance was. And then we have not one, but TWO performances of "The Little Mermaid" musical here in OKC. We reviewed one of them. That name "Wall," the woman murdered in Denmark, reminded me of "Wall Drug," being in South Dakota. Why? Because of its notoriety as a popular "tourist trap" where you can ride a "Jackalope," a portmanteau of a "jack rabbit" and an "antelope." Like a mermaid, it is two things in one. And if you saw the end of "Twin Peaks," "Cooper" finds "Laura Palmer" living another life as a waitress in dead-end Odessa, Texas. That city is home to the Jackalopes hockey team. I could go on, but I'll leave it there for now. Wow!

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    1. Indeed. Like I said, keep an eye out for these chimera memes because the actual science will be on top of us all before we know it. Maybe some more beasties will "wash up" on the eastern tip of Long Island.

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  30. I just wanted to say this is the most original blog on the web. I check this site for new posts several times day. Thanks for all of your hard work. It's greatly appreciated.

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    1. Wow, Michelle. I really, really appreciate that. Thank you very much.

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  31. 'Chester Bennington’s wife shares photo of the star taken days before he died':

    http://metro.co.uk/2017/09/07/chester-benningtons-wife-shares-heartbreaking-photo-showing-linkin-park-star-smiling-with-his-family-days-before-he-died-6909679/

    The photo shows a laughing Chester, on a balcony with his family, looking out to sea(?), Chester's blue lensed sunglasses (& eyeline(?)) are in perfect alignment with the view of the Pacific in the background.

    His wife, Talinda, captioned the image: ‘This was days b4 my husband took his own life.Suicidal thoughts were there,but you’d. Never kmow. #fuckdepression.’

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    1. Yes, we have looked at Chester and the Siren. I feel terrible for his wife and kids, I have to say. What a shitty break.

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    2. Who can fathom the depths of depression?

      (apologies for double post)

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  32. Irma is likely going to devastate Florida pretty close to 9/11. That's 16 years after 9/11/01. I'm no Tarot expert, but 16 corresponds to the Tower and represents danger, devastation, crisis, and sudden change. Also, I'm no numerology expert. But 16 corresponds to 7, a topic of a Lagarde (IMF) speech (linked below) that raised some eyebrows a few years ago. Kind of a stretch, I know. But then there is this issue of The Economist discussing the World in 2017:

    https://shop.economist.com/products/the-world-in-2017

    Is that a Tower card I see right up front?

    Lagarde: https://youtu.be/kJDephpcCZA

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    1. Lagarde appears positively dessicated, the price a soul pays for slushing funds for the 'masters of the universe' I guess.

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  33. Hey Chris, Of small note. There is a made for TV Disney movie that came out very recently;it's called Descendants 2. The main antagonist in it is Ursula's daughter named 'Uma' like Irma.

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  34. Not sure if you knew this, but I didn't know Lynch tried to secure the rights to This Mortal Coil's version of "Song to the Siren," getting Julee Cruise on board with a "Song to the Siren"-ish song "Mysteries of Love," as noted in the LA Times this week ... wow!! http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/la-et-ms-julee-cruise-twin-peaks-20170904-story.html

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  35. Speaking of sirens, siren calls & storms...

    http://edition.cnn.com/2017/09/01/entertainment/lord-flies-girl-remake/index.html

    & the siren-call/response on social media:

    'An all women remake of Lord of the Flies makes no sense because... the plot of that book wouldn't happen with all women.'

    ...

    'I mean, "Lord of the Flies" is about toxic masculinity. Hollywood should just have two women write a major film ABOUT TOXIC MASCULINITY.'

    Quite the lashdown.

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  36. The triumvirate of Irma, Jose & Katia are being referred to as 666 by some out-there researchers.

    KTV.

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