Our new religious capital
Let me tell you about 2017.
2017 is kind of like someone with amphetamine psychosis trying to explain the past ten years of Secret Sun articles to you. And there's still three months to go.
And now this.
OK, so over the past 15 months or so I've been looking into this gestating coagulation of themes- the American Southwest (especially Las Vegas), the Horned and Hidden God (Amun, Jupiter Amun, etc), high technology, the space program, mind-control, interdimensional entities, cultural engineering, ritual sacrifice, Babylon, the Siren (and by extension Oannes and the Nommo), spy wars, pop music and death and on and on and on.
A lot of it has gone online some of it is still in the oven. It's a lot to wrap your head around.
Then Las Vegas happens.
Blade Runner 2049 takes place in the ruins of Las Vegas
Set reports indicate Harrison Ford's character lives in the Luxor
I've already given you my first impressions. Now I'm going to throw some more information at you connected to this all-consuming story. If, at the end of it, you still believe Las Vegas is all about a lone nut and gun control and all the rest of it then I have well and truly failed you, and I sincerely apologize for that.
Let me make this clear: I don't think what we saw in Las Vegas is a "hoax" or a "false flag" as those terms are generally understood these days. I've been following this story all week and everything I'm seeing ties not only in everything I've been talking about for the past 10 years, it ties into everything I've ranting about for the past five months.
No, this is something else. We might have to go back to far antiquity to place all of this in context.
We still don't have all the facts yet but let me just say this: what I've been trying to tell you for the past ten years is that a lot of very powerful people believe in some very strange things. They believe in strange things with utter conviction and they act on their beliefs.
We'd better start understanding this because the world you knew is not going to exist in the very near future and we'd better understand what exactly we are looking at here.
Since we still have no coherent explanation as to why a rich, 64 year-old accountant would gun down a bunch of people at a music festival and we still have no credible evidence he was ever planning such a thing, we have to start asking questions. Particularly when the evidence we've so thus far points to a far different conclusion.
Let's start with Luxor, whose sphinx and pyramid shadowed Las Vegas Village, where the Harvest Festival took place.
Luxor was the ancient city of Thebes, the great capital of (Upper) Egypt during the New Kingdom, and the glorious city of Amun, later to become the god Amun-Ra.
However, as the city of the god Amun-Ra, Thebes remained the religious capital of Egypt until the Greek period. The main god of the city was Amun, who was worshipped together with his wife, the Goddess Mut, and their son Khonsu, the God of the moon.
With the rise of Thebes as the foremost city of Egypt, the local god Amon rose in importance as well and became linked to the sun god Ra, thus creating the new 'king of gods' Amon-Ra. His great temple, at Karnak just north of Thebes, was the most important temple of Egypt right until the end of antiquity.
Are you with me here? Then we saw this, after the events of October 1.
Purely coincidentally. As is this...
Djeser-Djeseru (Hatshepsut’s Temple)
Location Deir el-Bahri, Egypt
Date 17 November 1997
And 27 (999) years before that, this:
November 17, 1970 – Vietnam War: Lieutenant William Calley goes on trial for the My Lai Massacre.
November 17, 1970 – Luna programme: The Soviet Union lands Lunokhod 1 on Mare Imbrium (Sea of Rains) on the Moon. This is the first roving remote-controlled robot to land on another world and is released by the orbiting Luna 17 spacecraft.
And 4 years before that:
Birth name Jeffrey Scott Buckley
Also known as Scott "Scottie" Moorhead
Born November 17, 1966
And twenty years ago this past May, in the other major city known for its tacky fake pyramid:
"I went immediately to the shores of the river and there was a thunderstorm and there was lightning and there was police boats dredging in the river and it was like I'd gone to the river Styx and there was a great big pyramid there and the whole thing was surreal and horrible" - Steve Berkowitz, 'Jeff Buckley: everybody here wants you'Died May 29, 1997 (aged 30)
None of that matters of course because no one cares about this stupid story about these weird singers from a million years ago. Except all the people who do, who are ensconced in powerful positions and seem to want to rub it all over their own magic.
Like this guy:
Like this guy:
1997- in which everything we're seeing today can be traced to- also saw Ben Affleck rise to prominence with Good Will Hunting. But what does Ben Affleck have to do with anything, right?
Then we have this:
The Accountant released 11 months 17 days before
this event in Las Vegas- ExtraCapsa
11/17 being the date of the first Luxor massacre. 10/01 being the date of:
Fast forward to 2017:
UPDATE: Paddock's former employer Lockheed Martin announces Mars program three (3) days before shooting.
Lockheed would start with the design used for NASA’s Orion deep space crew capsule when creating the MADV’s interior space, and getting to and from the MBC would also make use of the Space Launch System currently being developed by NASA to propel astronauts into space for further out exploration.
Twenty-three (23) days before Las Vegas, Orion Krause wakes up and kills his family then goes next door to ask his neighbor for sleeping pills.
Then we have this press release from Jack Parsons Laboratories:
Which lists a Steve Paddock (there's a Stephen G Paddock who worked for Boeing- still trying to nail this down- this might be a bit of name-gaming at work here).
Then we have this shot from Tim Burton's Mars Attacks, showing an attack EXACTLY where the stage for the Harvest Festival was. Crazy quirk of fate. Because movies make themselves.
Big year for NASA:
NASA's $3.26 billion Saturn mission is in a death spiral — here's what Cassini may discover before meeting its doom
"This is a roller-coaster ride," Earl Maize, an engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory who manages the Cassini mission, said during a press briefing on April 4.
"We're going in, and we are not coming out. It's a one-way trip."
"It's Cassini's blaze of glory," Linda Spilker, a Cassini project scientist and a planetary scientist at NASA's JPL, told Business Insider.And as Fate herself would demand: you're up, Nevada:
(CNN) A man has died after running into the towering blaze for which Burning Man is named, according to the Pershing County Sheriff's Office in Nevada.
Aaron Joel Mitchell, 41, was one of thousands at the annual gathering in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, about 120 miles north of Reno.
The weeklong event of pop-up installations culminates in massive burns of an effigy known as the "Man" on Saturday and the "Temple" on Sunday.In the Bible, Aaron was the High Priest responsible for burnt offerings. It's actually an Egyptian name. He was living in Switzerland because where on earth else could he have been living? Mitchell is from McAlester, OK. Son of Alester.
I don't know if he went to Parsons or not.
Interesting little tidbit from the year The Secret Sun began:
Dr. Betsy Pugel is participating in Burning Man as a science liaison. She works as a physicist and electrical engineer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.
Greenbelt. Sounds familiar.
The crazed gunman who killed 58 people at a country music festival in Las Vegas was wealthy, had worked for the government in several previous jobs, owned properties in several states and bought 33 firearms in the last year, officials said.33? 58? No connection whatsoever to the Grand Lodge of Low Earth Orbit.
Investigators piecing together 64-year-old Stephen Paddock's life found he worked for the Internal Revenue Service and as an auditor for defense contracts. But Paddock apparently started his government service via a far more humble route: working two years as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service from 1976-1978. That appears to overlap with his time at Cal State Northridge, from which he graduated in 1977.Cal State Northridge was established in 1958, the same year as NASA.
A spokeswoman for the Office of Personnel Management told The Associated Press that Paddock then worked as an agent for the IRS for six years until 1984. Paddock then was employed as an auditor focused on defense contracts for a little over a year, federal personnel records showed.
Paddock also worked in the 1980s for one of the companies that later combined to form aerospace contractor Lockheed Martin, according to The New York Times.Oh, that Greenbelt.
Paddock left Greenbelt to live right near....um, Cape Canaveral. Formerly called Cape Kennedy. Speaking of lone gunmen.
Las Vegas shooter's former Viera neighbors: 'He seemed normal'
“He seemed normal, other than that he lived by gambling. He was very open about that," said Sharon Judy, who has lived in the home next door to Paddock's with her husband since 2013.
"First time we ever met him, he handed us the key to the house and said, 'Hey, would you keep an eye on the house, we’re only going to be here every now and then."Because people stashing major arsenals and planning major massacres for years always give their neighbors keys to their houses. Paddock spent a lot of time in the Philippines, which has no connection whatsoever to the CIA or anything like that.
Paddock, that raving maniac accountant who was never arrested or involved in any dispute we know of, shot at the fuel tanks at McCarran, apparently hoping to blow them up and slaughter thousands. Because all those numbers- they never end. They just keep coming and coming...
That's Mandalay Bay on the left and the tanks on the right. Paddock used his magic pixie-dust AR15 to take them out.
It has an effective range of ten billionedy feet.
However, Janet Air's tanks are more within shooting distance.
However, Janet Air's tanks are more within shooting distance.
But Paddock was a lone nut so none of this had anything to do with this Deep State civil war we hear so much about, or that secret airline at McCarran run by military intelligence.
For years, Area 51 has been known by conspiracy theorists as a place to spot unidentified flying objects (UFO).
But in reality the area is America’s top secret military base.
This Army Intelligence patch magically created itself.
The fleet, which is nicknamed Janet Airlines, operates from Las Vegas McCarran Airport and flies straight to the most secret military base in the country.
And since UFOs are all beamships from our Space Brothers in the Ashtar Command all these bizarre lights we're seeing over Area 51 pretty much all the time are just High Commander Golshnaar and the Tall Whites keeping our skies safe.
the Langley Gazette New York Times is shaming us all into buying the lone nut theory I'm sure the guy actually running the investigation is spending too much time on fake news sites.
Cinimod points us to this- British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson recites verse from Rudyard Kipling's "The Road to Mandalay" in a Buddhist temple in Myanmar.
This story went up the day before Las Vegas.
First the Mandalay flyby, then this.
But in the four days since Stephen Paddock’s attack in Las Vegas — a shooting rampage that left 58 dead and hundreds seriously wounded — what drove him has remained a mystery, vexing the public and putting enormous pressure on federal and local investigators to find answers.
“In the spirit of the safety of this community or anywhere else in the United States I think it’s important to provide that information, but I don’t have it,” Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said in an interview Thursday. “We don’t know it yet.”
No grandiose manifesto has been found. No account of Mr. Paddock behaving dangerously or holding extremist views has emerged from neighbors or relatives. Unlike past killers, Mr. Paddock did not dial up the police to explain his actions.