Thursday, November 02, 2017

Nephilim defeat Archangels, take World Ceres Crown


Well, you knew this was coming. The Houston Astros defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers in what some are calling one of the best World Series ever. This after Houston hosted what some are calling the best Super Bowl ever, the incredible come-from-way-behind win the New Jerusalem Patriarchs accomplished over the Atlantis Falcons.

And Lady Gaga's halftime show was called one of the best ever as well. 

And it's true; it was was one of the best-ever mass summonings of the Vegas I've ever seen. 



More on that in the days to come.


The Astros- Vegas, Nephilim, whatever you want to call them- had to win this game, had to win in game seven, had to win it 5-1 (Area 51, STS-51, etc etc etc) and had to be flying their orange flag when they did so. 




Read: "51 will be your new icon"


Because the reality that you thought you knew- the reality of random chance, acausality, and symbolic inertia-- no longer exists. 

Somebody broke it.

I hate to be the one to break the news if any of this is all new to you but that's just the way it is.  Don't kill the messenger- I've been warning you this was coming for ten years now.


Houston is not only home to the Johnson Space Center-- where Astro-Vegas are training for the Orion program-- it was hammered by Hurricane Harvey and "biblical flooding" as well. 

All eyes are on Houston in 2017 so we shouldn't be even remotely surprised that it's named after a Knight Templar.

In fact, we ought to expect it.


Houston is aligned with Orangemouth (hometown of Our Lady of Oracles) and Saint Regulus' Gardens, roughly in the same pattern as Orion's Belt...



...once called the "String of Pearls." 




But you can call them the Pearly Dew-Drops. 





In honor of the Vegas. 


More on that later, too.


As we saw the Pearly Dew-Drops were associated with Orion, as were the Orionids. 

You can call them the N-ph-L if you like. 



Note that the new N-ph-L logo incorporates the "All-Important 44" by the twin clusters of four stars.



2044 being the occultation of The Lion King (Regulus) by The Little Mermaid (Venus).


October 1. Mark your calendars.



Speaking of which, BeyoncIsis has been cast in live-action remake of The Regulus. Interesting timing for that announcement there. 





 BeyoncIsis being...



...the World's Ceres.


Rich Hill, pitcher for the Seraphim City Baseball Team People, honored the All-Important 44 with his victory for the Archangels over the Nephilim in game 6.


NAZCA NASA in turn honored the Seraphim ("Burning Serpents") with this alleged photo of a Martian reptile, taken 4/4 of this year..


Here we see the Nephilim 4 and the Seraphim 11 giving us the All-Important 44.


As does 11/4. 

By some inexplicable fluke of the time-space matrix, the military is planning a major nationwide drill that day. From the press release:
 “This exercise will begin with a notional massive coronal mass ejection event which will impact the national power grid as well as all forms of traditional communication, including landline telephone, cellphone, satellite, and Internet connectivity.”
Coronal meaning "Crown."



NAZCA NASA took the opportunity of the 2017 World Ceres to boast of the Nephilim's readiness to return to the stars. Mars, rather.


And yet a NAZCA NASA astronaut flew the orange and called for the Star-Sailors to "bring it home." 

Mixed messaging there. 

I'll have to science the shit out of that one.


And of course the World Ceres always takes place during the Orionids, which the ancients saw as the fall of the Nephilim. 


And just as all the Siren symbolism had no connection to the hurricanes that battered the Gulf of Mexico, neither does this Nephilim Abyss ritual Orion training exercise.


And I guess this nationwide invocation of the Nephilim ritual orange light thing really doesn't have anything to do with Halloween or Amazon.


And I'm thinking it has nothing to do with Las Vegas either. 

Well, not Las Vegas. 

Los Vegas? Sure.


And speaking of Masonic Manhattan, this story hit the wires today- an NSA citadel at 33 Twin Street. Let's have a look...


....hmm. Right. 


Doesn't look remotely Babylonian to me. How about you?


33 Ziggurat Twin went viral after Twin Hanks tweeted about it.


Well, it's not Houston's problem, right?


Plot twist: 33 Ziggurat Twin is due east of the spot where the "Isis Lives Forever" terrorist crashed his car. If you want to inspect the area drop in on the Seraphim while you're in the neighborhood.

Which means the crash site is....west.

Of the 33 Twin Ziggurat.

And the Seraphim.


And the funerary procession.


Speaking of ritual death processions near rivers, note that the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade started between Spring and Houston.


Spring and Houston.



Hey, don't look at me- I told you we were down the rabbit hole.




 For good. 



Did you know NYC buses were Orionids? Me neither.




Speaking of Orion, nothing ritualistic about taking the Orion around the Beltway.



Nothing whatsoever.


Culture of the Orange Apron.

Orange. 

Apron.


Orange Life. 


Live. Grow. Win.


Speaking of Twins, the big news in the N-ph-L is that Twin Brady's twin has been traded to the San Francisco For-the-Nine's.



Who I believe have been making the news over the past several months.  



Do note the 4-9 here though.


Dodgers take game but Astro-Vega is pictured




NAZCA NASA is getting more and more involved with the N-ph-L.

Can't imagine why.




Getting involved with the N-ph-L and other things.  Like these strange sounds...



...which all sound vaguely familiar.


Well, a little more than vaguely.


Well, I don't know about you but when I am trying to get a handle on elite Nephilim worship what's going on in futurism, I look to Dubai. And next week the "Dubai Frame" opens for tourists.


Wow, the Dubai Frame and more Dubai Domes. 

Domes.


Domes.

Why, if I didn't know better I'd almost think the Dubai Frame was supposed to represent a Star Gate...


...oh.  



Well, what's this Stargate anyway? What's the symbolism day?



Oh. An Igigi. And an inverted pentagram. And a tetrahedron/pyramid in the middle. 

Maybe kind of an OA too.


Almost makes you all wonder if this new Amtrak campaign in which an Igigi...


...shape-shifts...


...has anything to do with all of this.



But come on, Dubai is part of a conservative Muslim country. They have no time for any of this Nephilim business....


...right?


57 comments:

  1. In hebrew gematria 44 is the numerical value of 'dam', blood. Dalet Mem. With an Aleph before it it becomes Adam. The Aleph appears on the forehead of the Golem without which it is 'inanimate'. Golem, from gelem, raw material.

    Aleph stands for the MOTU ("master of the Universe")
    http://www.inner.org/hebleter/alef.htm

    Matter is its bitch.

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    1. Jorge Luis Borges 'The Aleph' is a tale about an 'Aleph' that allows a soul, once sufficiently initiated, to see ALL AT ONCE, the initiation involves imbibing a glass of Argentine cognac, or 'pseudo-cognac' (so whether orange(y) coloured or not ?), going down a flight of stairs and laying on one's back in a pitch-black cellar, thinking on this there's a bit of an MK Ultra quality to it all.

      & on that note:

      http://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/canadian-government-quietly-compensates-daughter-mkultra-victim/

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  2. NYC 10/31/2017 attack - For some reason the media is making a big deal out of the fact that the policeman who shot suspect used "9 bullets". Also they are making a big deal about the policeman being "Irish". And Trump just happened to change his mind, first he wanted the suspect sent to Gitmo, now he wants the death penalty applied. Looks like the stage managers put him back on the script page.

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    1. In "Star Trek: Discovery", the central ship's designation is NCC-1031.

      So the "Chariot" that conveys Michael (Burnham) and Gabriel (Lorca... or shall we say L'Orca, the Killer Whale?) simultaneously evokes Halloween Orange, the date of the NYC attack, and (of course) "Section 31", Starfleet's spooks.

      I have a number of weirdo sync events with ST:D, the weirdest being that I was working on a short story about a group trying to genetically engineer Tardigrades to make Moya-style living ships (guess I'll be scrapping that one, oh well).

      But I've managed to note several pages' worth of personal-level sync events, myself.

      My point being: It's not just you, personally, Chris-- in that holographic/fractal way the Universe has of presenting itself, sync events are apparently on the increase for anyone with the 'eyes' to see such things.

      In my own iconography, I refer to these are "Coincidence Fields". And they've always seemed to wax and wane over time, but I've never seen anything quite like... this.

      Whatever 'this' is.

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  3. Aleph is like the 'monad'...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monad_(philosophy)

    "The term monad was later adopted from Greek philosophy by Giordano Bruno, Leibniz (Monadology), and others."

    Yes, there's Bruno again.
    And, of course, Spinoza.


    BTW -

    >
    https://twitter.com/pscaruffi/status/716136855159181313
    >
    http://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/54282
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    www.ajol.info/index.php/sophia/article/view/136865
    >
    mikemcclaughry.wordpress.com/the-reading-library/world-government/backdated-overpopulation-myths-and-the-forging-of-the-bible/


    Wait. "Declamatio" tactics? "Cleverly invented histories"?


    Well, if any story is internally consistent or at least appears to be, who inside that story would even notice it's only a tale.... and even if they do... that too would have been authored
    And if you would have the impression you had escaped the pages and were looking in from the outside...

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

    .... wouldn't that be inherent to being part of the story, too?


    The only way to not fall for stupid lies is to not believe them. The only way around believing in tales is KNOWING BETTER.


    After all, a king without subjects is no king. Just a pretender.

    and remember,
    99% truth is still 100% a lie...

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  4. Speaking if Vega and stargates, this just released today: https://www.wired.com/story/information-escape-wormholes/?mbid=nl_102817_daily_intro

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  5. Notice the "planets" on the stargate? They are the Earth (blue), the Moon (white), Mars (orange), Saturn (yellow - for some reason), and... wait for this... an UFO, depicted as red in the logo, though it isn't red in the park.

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  6. Equally unsettling is the creator of SiriusXM (of course) and her new transhumanist machine-worshipping religion, Terasem. One of their core beliefs: God is technological. This rides alongside what we're seeing in Dubai.

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  7. "If God wants it to happen, anything is possible"


    http://forward.com/culture/14780/whose-masters-of-the-universe-03024/

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  8. Why is it cities always get sports championships as concessions for having large disasters? Kind of like how the Patriots won the Super Bowl after 9/11? This is stuff I noticed when I was still a normal.

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    1. What. The New York City Patriots?

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    2. What. The New York City Patriots?

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  9. https://newrepublic.com/article/145552/philip-pullmans-war-fanatics God is dead—and Philip Pullman killed him. So claimed Protestants and Catholics alike when Pullman completed his beloved fantasy trilogy, His Dark Materials, in 2000, and again when New Line Cinema released the film adaptation of the trilogy’s first volume, The Golden Compass, in 2007. “Pullman’s unholy fantasy ensnared me and nearly swallowed me whole,” Stephen Ross of the Christian Research Institute complained in 2007. “Only by God’s grace through my privileged training in the scriptures and Christian apologetics did I emerge from the experience without doubting the truth of the Christian worldview.”

    For the book’s supporters, this was praise indeed. Ross’s chief points of contention with Pullman’s book—that the characters murder God and consort with beings called “daemons”—fueled pious right-wing tirades for years, even though they are based on misreadings. Pullman’s child heroes, Lyra Belacqua and Will Parry, don’t kill God; an angel calling himself the Authority dies when they attempt to free him. Daemons are animal spirits meant to represent the essential characteristics—what we might traditionally call the soul—of their human companions. But accuracy can be detrimental when waging a culture war, and so Pullman’s critics inadvertently proved his larger argument. His great foe is not Christianity, per se. It’s fanaticism.

    I thought this went well with all the symbolism. 17 years ago he had Metatron and Asriel as main characters in "The Amber Spyglass" Dan Brown's book had the same kind of headlines a few weeks ago.
    Karin

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  10. Fascinating as Always Chris, I'm sure you know Beyonce is from Houston.

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  11. Speaking about blood..

    "Law" can do amazing stuff... For example it can literally declare consanguinity where there is NONE (for example: 'adoption'), it can also change the definition of 'death' at will (for example when warm bodies are needed for their organs as happened in the late sixties)...
    But in hebrew you can do even more amazing stuff! You can cause something to have never existed at all!

    >
    https://www.haaretz.com/jewish/features/1.610294

    You CAN't possibly remember a thing that never was, can you??

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  12. http://www.chrysler.org/exhibitions/picturing-innovation/
    The First 100 Years at NASA Langley October 7 2017- March 11 2018
    A tribute to Langley’s advancements in aviation, atmospheric understanding, and extraterrestrial exploration, Picturing Innovation explores how photographs not only document innovations but also launch them ahead.
    Karin

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  13. So Hurricane Harvey Weinstein takes down Hollywood?

    You honestly can't make this shit up.

    Chris, watching you go down this rabbit hole has been enlightening, but a little disturbing at times. But I'm to the point where I'm realizing there is something here. Keep going, lets see where this goes.

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    1. 'Burn a Guy' festival ....

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/11/01/giant-harvey-weinstein-effigy-burned-guy-kent-bonfire-night/

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    2. Or is that ritual circumcision?
      I mean, "final cut"...

      Which reminds me of...

      > http://jewishjournal.com/news/world/181568/

      "Keep cutting! And buy my medicine!"

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    3. Hmm..

      https://genius.com/Snoop-dogg-my-medicine-lyrics

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    4. FTR. Circumcision is a terribly abusive practise.

      http://www.drmomma.org/2009/09/functions-of-foreskin-purposes-of.html

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  14. Saudi Arabia gonna build Neom. The logo looks like a Saturn hex and their hieroglyph for energy and water look like the Mandalay. discoverneom .com

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    1. Oh there's lots more going on with NEOM than anyone thought, its basically "Stage 1" in the reshaping of the Middle East. The Wahabists & Iran alike are being...phased out. Unfortunately, the Palestinians are also going to be suffering from major collateral damage in all this as well, just as the Yemenis are now:

      https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-gigantic-city-project-called-neom-saudi-arabia-might-recognize-israel-because-of-neom-project/5615312

      Quote:

      "The ambitious Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman unveiled a $500 billion project at an investment forum earlier this week in an effort to bring some serious substance to his Vision 2030 project of fundamentally diversifying his country’s oil-dependent economy in the coming decade. The proposal calls for a gigantic city called NEOM to be built at the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba in the northeastern corner of the Red Sea, with the plan being for it to eventually extend into neighboring Egypt and Jordan as well. The Crown Prince promised that it would be a technologically advanced city with its own laws and administration, and it will also be free from anything “traditional”.

      "The latter remark hints that Mohammed Bin Salman won’t allow the Kingdom’s traditional Wahhabi socio-cultural “regulations” to be enforced there, which goes along with his other headline-grabbing statement during the event when he said that Saudi Arabia will “return…to moderate Islam” and “swiftly deal a blow to extremist ideologies”. Quite clearly, as analyzed in the author’s earlier piece this month about Saudi Arabia’s shifting grand strategy, a “deep state” conflict is indeed being fought in the country between its monarchic and clerical factions, with the former poised to carry out a “soft coup” against the latter as it seeks to “modernize” the country. This will surely result in some behind-the-scenes tumult in the coming future, if not overt destabilization, but the point of the present article isn’t to dwell too much on that tangent.

      Instead, it’s relevant to have brought that up in order to make the case that Saudi Arabia is on the cusp of an unprecedented paradigm change that will likely see it recognizing Israel if the monarchy is successful in snuffing out the clerics’ political influence. Saudi Arabia’s Egyptian and Jordanian NEOM partners have already recognized and signed peace treaties with Israel, and Riyadh is known to be coordinating with Tel Aviv in crafting a comprehensive anti-Iranian regional policy, amongst other strategic commonalities that they share. Moreover, the secret meetings between Saudi Arabia and Israel over the years suggest that their relationship is much warmer in private than either side publicly presents it as for their own respective domestic political reasons.

      Israel has always wanted relations with Saudi Arabia, though Riyadh has traditionally shirked away from this because it wanted to present itself as a strong supporter of the Palestinian cause, made all the more symbolic by the Saudi monarchy’s custodianship over the Two Holy Mosques given the religious dimensions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. However, if Mohammed Bin Salman comes out on top in his “deep state” “soft coup” against the Wahhabi clerics, then he can easily lay the “blame” on them for his country’s refusal to recognize Israel after all of these decades. Not only could he be interested in doing this as the ultimate expression of his country’s radically transformed identity under his stewardship, but he might be just as importantly driven by the geostrategic imperatives related to Vision 2030’s flagship NEOM project."

      Any guesses as to when the Temple of Solomon will be rebuilt? You KNOW that's coming down the pike.

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  15. These works are shown in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition In the Box: Elena Damiani's Dust Tail. This reminds me of a cross between "Twin Peaks" and "The Book of Dust"
    Karin

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  16. http://donis.org/2017/
    Orange frame on the mobile site

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  17. It was announced today that "scientists" using a "cosmic ray camera" have discovered a "large void" (!) inside the Great Pyramid of Giza. It is said the space is about the size of "two semi trailer trucks". Keep on truckin'.

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    1. The 'two trucks' that 'attempted to run' Corey Feldman over granting him a 'near death experience'?

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  18. I was wondering when the baseball post was coming :D

    A few interesting tidbits:

    - #4 George Springer reminds me of Leo-born King George IV. He was a classic party boy, often clashing with his conservative father George III. He was very close with Charles James Fox, who was a supporter of the American and French revolutions and a big anti-slavery proponent ('Charles' meaning "free man"). Many shades of a "war in Olympus" theme we seem to be going through these days.

    - Foxborough, Massachusetts, home of the New England Patriots, was named after Charles James Fox.

    - One of Houston's most important players is #31 Collin McHugh, or "[lion] cub son of Hugh"

    - The team also features #1 Carlos Correa and #15 Carlos Beltrán, and both names can be interpreted as "free man's belt"

    - Orion is known in Arabic as "the giant", and there are some mythological references to Orion as a giant. The orange-themed San Francisco Giants moved from NY to SF in 1958.

    - In 2014, when the SI prediction came out, the SF Giants faced the Kansas City Royals, also winning 4 games to 3

    - The Giants' main rivals are the Dodgers, dating back to their NYC days

    Anyway, lots more to go on


    - Bruno

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  19. Good thing this weekend is the release of the Disney/Marvel Ragnarok movie! This time the plot takes us into Niflheim, which of course became visible from Earth after the Battle of Greenwich in the last installment. Hope Thor and Loki are up to the task against Hela, Ragnarok, the cycle of the Gods turning over once again. I didn't know what I was gonna do after "the best world series of all-time" Guess I'll check out the "best Marvel movie of all-time"

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2017/11/01/thor-ragnarok-is-now-the-best-reviewed-marvel-film-ever/

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  20. Really terrifying stuff once again, Chris...

    I apologise for this string of long comments, but i've found some interesting things concerning Dubai/Abu Dhabi:
    One of the runners up of the architectural competition for zabeel park (lost out to the Dubai Frame) was this:

    Dubai Observation Tower (Y shaped!) - https://www.archdaily.com/24089/zaabeel-park-observation-tower-xten-architecture/722155749_dwg-platform-diagram-copy

    https://www.archdaily.com/24089/zaabeel-park-observation-tower-xten-architecture

    Apart from the stargate/dubai frame dome and gate complex, there's also another great dome opening on November 11th 11/11 (twinning/sirius/stairway to sirius) ! - the "Dubai Louvre", located on Saadiyat Island (Etymology:Happiness or Enlightenment Island, from what i've managed to find.) https://visitabudhabi.ae/en/explore/islands/saadiyat.island.aspx)


    http://menafn.com/1096022547/about.html

    "At total of (!)23(!) permanent galleries will showcase more than 600 pieces of art, including 300 loaned by 13 French museums for the inaugural year."

    https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/a-giant-silver-dome-filled-with-art-louvre-abu-dhabi-to-open-1.3259663

    "The French “starchitect” (!) Jean Nouvel was hired to design the museum. He created an ensemble of 55 individual buildings, most of which shelter under a giant dome 180m in diameter and weighing as much as the Eiffel Tower. From a distance, the museum looks like a silver mushroom, or a spaceship (!) hovering over the turquoise waters of the Persian Gulf.

    https://www.louvreabudhabi.ae/ (on the search results in google this comes up as their motto: Louvre Abu Dhabi – See Humanity in a new light")

    https://www.thenational.ae/image/policy:1.32405:1504682674/image/jpeg.jpg?$p=79ddad7&w=1136&$w=ec52ab9

    https://www.thenational.ae/image/policy:1.32411:1504682676/image/jpeg.jpg?$p=79ddad7&w=1136&$w=ec52ab9

    Nouvel, aged 72, dresses in black. With his stocky build, bald bullet head and deepset dark eyes, he is a dead ringer for the late US actor Telly Savalas. If you didn’t know he was one of the world’s leading architects, laureate of the Pritzker Prize, the “Nobel” of architecture, and at least a dozen other international awards, you might mistake him for a bodyguard or a night-club bouncer." http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/intelligencer/2015/06/26/magazine/30-lede-jeanNouvel.jpg (Kind of a Crowley vibe)

    He was also a recipient of the Wolf Prize in 2005 (2+5=7) (possible Osiris sync?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf_Prize_in_Arts


    He has also designed these among other things: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/53W53
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_Eleventh_Avenue
    http://tuchschmid.ch/en/projekte/monolith-expo-02-murten/

    From his bio: "he became a founding member of the “Mars 1976” Movement whose purpose was to oppose the architects’corporatism" (March/Mars 1976 sync with 1976 Mars Viking 1 Lander)

    What to expect at Dubai Louvre opening:
    http://gulfnews.com/xpress/news/what-to-expect-at-louvre-abu-dhabi-s-gala-opening-1.2117054

    1)"Besides the headliners, numerous other music, dance, performances and an Etihad A380 fly-past will take place throughout the celebrations" 8+3=11 sync possibly






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  21. 2) "For those fascinated by cultural traditions, the Dogon Masks Dance (!!), a ritual native to the ancient Dogon people of central Mali, will be performed by Mali’s Awa Troupe of Sangha"

    Very fitting choice considering the Nommo twins and the Sirius connection -
    "The Awa is a cult of the dead, whose purpose is to reorder the spiritual forces disturbed by the death of Nommo, a mythological ancestor of great importance to the Dogon. Members of the Awa cult dance with ornate carved and painted masks during both funeral and death anniversary ceremonies. There are 78 different types of ritual masks among the Dogon and their iconographic messages go beyond the aesthetic, into the realm of religion and philosophy. The primary purpose of Awa dance ceremonies is to lead souls of the deceased to their final resting place in the family altars and to consecrate their passage to the ranks of the ancestors." http://www.rebirth.co.za/dogon/mask_history.htm

    3) "The Troupe of the Zhejiang Wu Opera Research Center will perform the Parade of Lions and Dragon." Saadiyat Island is also home to a St.Regis Resort (Regulus/Leo/King connection).http://www.stregissaadiyatisland.com/

    ------------

    http://www.latlongwiki.com/?r=places&l=24.5302924&g=54.44515780000006&type=close&title=Saadiyat%20Island

    On a nearby island named Yas Island, 17km (!!) southeast of Saadiyat Island (about its name I could only find a connection with Jasmine, but i'm not sure if it's accurate), you can find a variety of symbols:
    1) Ferrari World https://ferrariworldabudhabi.com/explore-yas-island/ - Y shaped (!!!) and with a dome at its centre plus the selkie symbolism of the classic ferrari horse. It also reminds me of a St.George Cross with its flaming ends especially.

    https://www.arabian-adventures.com/images/ferrari_world_abu_dhabi_-_aerial_view_-_banner

    One of the rides in the ferrari world park: "Adventure with Nello

    Journey through a majestic 4D fantasy universe with Nello, a mischievous Ferrari driver. He dares to go where no Ferrari has gone before, and wants you to come along for the ride of your life. Dive into oceans, fly over cliffs and venture into ice caves while simulator technology teases your senses with changes in temperature, moisture, light and movement along the way."

    Now this could just be far-fetched and not amounting to something but i'm just putting it out there: Nello = Antonello = Anthony/Antonius = Adonis = Adonai. Adonai, meaning YHWH or the demiurge and his taking you on a tour of the simulated universe... a mischievous Ferrari driver. He dares to go where no Ferrari has gone before...

    http://www.babynamewizard.com/baby-name/boy/nello (Meanings and history of the name Nello: | Edit
    Italian name, sometimes short for Antonello, that occasionally cracked the U.S. top 1000 in the early 20th Century.)

    Antonello https://www.behindthename.com/name/antonello Antonios, Antonis (Greek)

    https://phoenicia.org/adonis.html and from there connected to Adonai

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    https://yasisland.ae/360/

    Most of the properties on Yas Island were built by Aldar Properties
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldar_Properties

    These are their headquarters https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldar_headquarters_building
    (The extent that the circle is embedded in the ground was designed around the golden ratio.[5]) !!!

    2) There's a surrounding theme of snakes present on the island as well (maybe connected with the St.George Cross resembling ends of the ferrari park as well.) First, from the island's logo:

    https://yasisland.ae/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Horizontal-Logo1-960x600.jpg

    Second, from its marina ciruit:

    http://fabricomagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/yas-marina-circuit-3.jpg

    Third, from the waterpark:

    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/519f87b2e4b02061e74db6b6/t/584054d459cc68075cbab44e/1381485291249/YAS+Waterworld+WKK+21.jpg


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  22. http://www.chrysler.org/exhibitions/in-the-box-elena-damianis-dust-tail/ Contemporary Peruvian artist Elena Damiani’s multi media practice incorporates the disciplines of geology, geography, cartography, archeology, and astronomy in order to re-interpret the world around us.

    In her recent work Dust Tail (2016), Elena overlays numerous images of comets’ blazing dust tails into a stimulating collage printed on silk chiffon. The airiness of the material causes it to ripple, suggesting the movement of the stars. The work hangs in three layers, forming a half ellipse, which is also part the orbital trajectory a comet follows. The piece is a part of the artist’s larger practice of understanding the present by looking into the past and the potential of images to resonate and prompt a universe of associations in collective memory....Born in Lima, Peru
    Karin

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  23. Excellent work, Chris. You're seeing a lot, and deeply. And we all thought 2016 was weird. Yikes.

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  24. This all reminds me of one of my favorite films as a kid - "The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training." It's where the California team of misfits plays the "Houston Toros" in the Astrodome. It was released in the strange summer of 1977 and starred Jackie Earle Haley as "Kelly Leak." Haley is a weird cat. Has had some pretty wild roles, particularly in recent years, between "Rorschach" in "The Watchmen," Freddie Krueger, Confederates States of America Veep Alexander Stephens ("Lincoln") was in the new "Birth of a Nation" and so on. But those scenes of Haley and the Bad News Bears in the Astrodome back in '77 always stayed with me. And it was back in the disco-orange glory days of the Astros, when the oil patch was booming and all things "Texas" were in vogue. Also, as a couple of side notes, Haley also appeared in the post-apocalyptic B-film "Damnation Alley" (also from '77), where he is picked up by the film heroes in ... Las Vegas, of course! And Haley went to read for a part in 1984 for Wes Craven's "NIghtmare on Elm Street" and while he didn't get the role of Freddy then ... his pal Johnny Depp was noticed by Craven.

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    1. In this date in 1903 George Metesky was born. He would be known as The Mad Bomber for his 1940 to 1956 bombing spree in NYC.

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  25. Jack Earle Halley - He also played a child molester in the movie Little Children (he was nominated for best supporting actor Oscar)and the main villain in the first season of the DC comic turned Netflix series, Preacher. In 1980 he played (for about a minute of screen time) the son of George C. Scott in the conspiracy film The Formula.

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  26. "Also they are making a big deal about the policeman being "Irish"."

    Can't help noting parallels and resonances with Irish circumstances. Naturally, the orange mostly brings one thing to mind: http://www.grandorangelodge.co.uk/what-is-the-orange-order#.Wftd7RN-rOQ

    But it's also part of the Irish tricolour. The Republic's state emblem, however, is the harp: https://www.taoiseach.gov.ie/eng/Historical_Information/The_Harp/

    The current design is based on the 'Brian Boru Harp' in Trinity College (named for the great native Irish king)...but the thing is, it didn't always look like that.

    From wikipedia (for what it's worth): "During the 17th century, it became common to depict the harp with a woman's head and breasts, like a ship's figurehead, as the pillar"

    Or like a siren?

    Hugh de Paduinan was a Scoto-Norman baron. Both Ireland and Scotland have been called Scotia (sometimes Scotia Major and Minor respectively), with the genealogists of both lands claiming descent for the Gaels from an Egyptian princess, Scota.

    Plenty of obelisks in Ireland from the time of English rule, as was occasionally the fashion. We even have our own natural Nile in the guise of the Shannon, named after a granddaughter of Lir, who some think to be a god of the sea. (Fun fact, the word for lyre in Irish is lir.)

    But then there's this, from 2008: http://www.military.ie/en/info-centre/df-ceremonial/national-memorial/

    It was designed by Brian King (King Brian), who died in April of this year and whose work revealed a "link with ancient, ritualised cultural relationships to landscape endured when he went on to make smaller works in more conventional materials including bronze, wood and stone. Writing in 1988, Gerry Walker discerned consistent thematic concerns around magic, sex and death in his work. Over the years King had developed a repertoire of forms, an “assortment of metallic circles, spirals, ladders and spheres, boats and ziggurats (the true synthesis of architecture and sculpture)”. His recurrent use of pyramidal forms confirmed Egyptian mythology as one point of reference."

    Curiously: "One family legend has it that a benefactor financed King’s attendance at NCAD."

    Full article here: https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/people/trailblazing-sculptor-who-gave-shape-to-modern-ireland-1.3072958

    For another curious looking work, see this: http://www.jorgensenfineart.com/brian-king.html

    Even if only by being passively pulled under in the wake of greater vessels, can't help seeing echoes and reflections of these active presences in the life and terrain of the Scotias. Great work again, Chris. These articles make for an unnerving send off at the end of each day.

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  27. Saint Regulus or Saint Rule (Old Irish: Riagal) was a legendary 4th century monk or bishop of Patras, Greece who in AD 345 is said to have fled to Scotland with the bones of Saint Andrew, and deposited them at St Andrews. His feast day in the Aberdeen Breviary is ((((October 17.))))))


    In approximately 1070 Robert I, Prior of St Andrews built St Regulus Church in the town of St Andrews in order to house the relics of St Andrew that Regulus had brought to the town. It would serve as a landmark for the many pilgrims that would come to the area in the next few centuries. Its main architectural feature is its ((((33 metre tall tower))),

    and the church itself is now principally known in the town as St Rule's tower

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  28. I feel that I should finally be a bit more actively communal…

    First up, let’s hope the predictive capacity of the recent Orange-isms do not extend to “Orange Mountains”. Especially during the upcoming South Carolina Army training exercise this weekend “on base in the Orangeburg area”. Follow the link and you’ll see both images of what to expect at the event feature a bit of peripheral red/yellow. And a chest wound. And hazmat gear.
    https://columbia.craigslist.org/gov/d/need-people-for-role-players/6351154067.html

    Sir Loring, I keep expecting you to mention Leslie Stevens, at least as far as the Buck Rogers episode “Vegas In Space”. This title strikes me as an answer to the question of “Heaven or Las Vegas”? (Almost… Actually it’s) “Vegas In Space”. Unfortunately, this episode doesn’t seem wicked resonant with these concerns beyond the title. Although the episode specific damsel in distress Tangie (Pamela Susan Schoop) has a name that references a certain hue. And she ranaway to Vegas – the show – not long after.

    Regardless, have you finished researching/writing the book on Leslie Stevens you deserve to publish? What can we do to help in all our petty, individual desires for your magical output? I’ll stick some monies in the contribute bin when possible, but I’d like to make sure you’ve got copies of some snazzy tomes as well. And other crap actually… Did you ever pick up the Blu Ray edition of “Private Property”?

    Anyway, everyone who visits here should most surely spend time gazing off into the University of Chicago’s Essential Paul Laffoley on the reg as it were. Me thinks Gordon would agree.

    Chris, since you posted the purple lightning shot at the end of a recent post I’ve been expecting a bit more explicit talk of applied causal mechanics. Raj mentioned something along these lines as well if my brain is correct. I don’t know how to express how insightful I believe Peter J. Carroll to be on these topics. You like cool card sets? Do you have a copy of his Esotericon & Portals of Chaos? Can I send you one?

    It’s purty heady I ‘spose, but so very on (as per my experience). For a less rigorous audience Alan Moore’s Providence is a full on working that resonates with all sorts of the increasingly familiar these days. Especially “seeing through time” or engineering some information back from a future self.

    Also, book wise, do you have a copy of Scarlet Imprint’s recent “Game of Saturn”? My extra deluxe copy is sitting there making me feel that it would serve us all better in your possession. And their reproduction cards are now out, I think.

    I keep multiple copies of what I feel are important works to spread around to other carbon units for the greater good. I understand why you may not make a P.O. box available but please assure me you’ve got access to the stuff mentioned above. It’ll make me feel better in these crazy times.

    Digging a bit further back to a reference I should have posted months ago. VISUP has made me aware of some wondrous music. (VISUP where are your recent musical picks!? I know, I understand.) Most prominently "The Well" a Texas three piece after my own stoner heart. Their song, “Drug from the Banks” from the ablum “Pagan Science” has some resonance with Buckley/Fraser etc. When listening to the song I like to visualize a pulsating Narcosis flowing over the river banks. Presumably that’s one of the net desired effects of all this schizz….
    https://thewellaustin.bandcamp.com/track/drug-from-the-banks

    Regarding Stranger Things 2, can anyone enlighten me on the none too subtle “Space Knife” references?

    Many Thanks To all here.

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  29. Question to most everyone here:

    Do you really watch/read/play/whatever all this unhealthy crap that's sold as entertainment that you're talking about?

    You don't have to!

    It's damaging! And the most insidious damage it does is that it blinds you to the damage it does to you.

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    1. Amen. Hollywood hasn't gotten a dime from me in at least a decade, which is when I began to see how much mind-numbing BS it had become. The sound trickery alone drove my musician ears nuts and then the plots began to look the same, with the same three part structure that has become formula now.

      After a great moment of change, and allowing my own creativity to flow along with with others, it became obvious we were far more entertaining, and in much better ways, than the crap we were told we should pay for. This was also a great motivator to cut the cable and turn off the TV for good, where it is now draped with art.

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    2. I often think that we in fact should et rid of ALL them screens.
      Honestly, we should.

      And there's a really hard dilemma there...

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  30. Shifted into the prime domain, 51 is 3x17 => 2x7 => 14. Double sabbath, second week, full moon. Today is the 14th day of the Lunar month, and full moon is tomorrow.

    Why is 51 ugly?

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  31. I'm figuring a story about a "spaceship" shaped new home construction in Port Townsend built by a U-haul heir fits the meme. http://www.ptleader.com/news/spaceship-home-lands-on-pt-ledge/article_45dcbb5a-1f06-11e7-b008-57eba2882639.html

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  32. I've followed your work for many years now Chris, and I've learned a great deal from doing so. It's been a struggle recently to grasp the full meaning of your posts. It may help me with that to focus in on one simple representative item and ask you about it:

    "Houston is aligned with Orangemouth..."

    Orangemouth? Wait...what?

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  33. Really terrifying stuff once again, Chris...

    I apologise for this string of long comments, but i've found some interesting things concerning Dubai/Abu Dhabi:
    One of the runners up of the architectural competition for zabeel park (lost out to the Dubai Frame) was this:

    Dubai Observation Tower (Y shaped!) - https://www.archdaily.com/24089/zaabeel-park-observation-tower-xten-architecture/722155749_dwg-platform-diagram-copy

    https://www.archdaily.com/24089/zaabeel-park-observation-tower-xten-architecture

    Apart from the stargate/dubai frame dome and gate complex, there's also another great dome opening on November 11th 11/11 (twinning/sirius/stairway to sirius) ! - the "Dubai Louvre", located on Saadiyat Island (Etymology:Happiness or Enlightenment Island, from what i've managed to find.) https://visitabudhabi.ae/en/explore/islands/saadiyat.island.aspx)


    http://menafn.com/1096022547/about.html

    "At total of (!)23(!) permanent galleries will showcase more than 600 pieces of art, including 300 loaned by 13 French museums for the inaugural year."

    https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/a-giant-silver-dome-filled-with-art-louvre-abu-dhabi-to-open-1.3259663

    "The French “starchitect” (!) Jean Nouvel was hired to design the museum. He created an ensemble of 55 individual buildings, most of which shelter under a giant dome 180m in diameter and weighing as much as the Eiffel Tower. From a distance, the museum looks like a silver mushroom, or a spaceship (!) hovering over the turquoise waters of the Persian Gulf.

    https://www.louvreabudhabi.ae/ (on the search results in google this comes up as their motto: Louvre Abu Dhabi – See Humanity in a new light")

    https://www.thenational.ae/image/policy:1.32405:1504682674/image/jpeg.jpg?$p=79ddad7&w=1136&$w=ec52ab9

    https://www.thenational.ae/image/policy:1.32411:1504682676/image/jpeg.jpg?$p=79ddad7&w=1136&$w=ec52ab9

    Nouvel, aged 72, dresses in black. With his stocky build, bald bullet head and deepset dark eyes, he is a dead ringer for the late US actor Telly Savalas. If you didn’t know he was one of the world’s leading architects, laureate of the Pritzker Prize, the “Nobel” of architecture, and at least a dozen other international awards, you might mistake him for a bodyguard or a night-club bouncer." http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/intelligencer/2015/06/26/magazine/30-lede-jeanNouvel.jpg (Kind of a Crowley vibe)

    He was also a recipient of the Wolf Prize in 2005 (2+5=7) (possible Osiris sync?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf_Prize_in_Arts


    He has also designed these among other things: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/53W53
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_Eleventh_Avenue
    http://tuchschmid.ch/en/projekte/monolith-expo-02-murten/

    From his bio: "he became a founding member of the “Mars 1976” Movement whose purpose was to oppose the architects’corporatism" (March/Mars 1976 sync with 1976 Mars Viking 1 Lander)

    What to expect at Dubai Louvre opening:
    http://gulfnews.com/xpress/news/what-to-expect-at-louvre-abu-dhabi-s-gala-opening-1.2117054

    1)"Besides the headliners, numerous other music, dance, performances and an Etihad A380 fly-past will take place throughout the celebrations" 8+3=11 sync possibly

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  34. 2) "For those fascinated by cultural traditions, the Dogon Masks Dance (!!), a ritual native to the ancient Dogon people of central Mali, will be performed by Mali’s Awa Troupe of Sangha"

    Very fitting choice considering the Nommo twins and the Sirius connection -
    "The Awa is a cult of the dead, whose purpose is to reorder the spiritual forces disturbed by the death of Nommo, a mythological ancestor of great importance to the Dogon. Members of the Awa cult dance with ornate carved and painted masks during both funeral and death anniversary ceremonies. There are 78 different types of ritual masks among the Dogon and their iconographic messages go beyond the aesthetic, into the realm of religion and philosophy. The primary purpose of Awa dance ceremonies is to lead souls of the deceased to their final resting place in the family altars and to consecrate their passage to the ranks of the ancestors." http://www.rebirth.co.za/dogon/mask_history.htm

    3) "The Troupe of the Zhejiang Wu Opera Research Center will perform the Parade of Lions and Dragon." Saadiyat Island is also home to a St.Regis Resort (Regulus/Leo/King connection).http://www.stregissaadiyatisland.com/

    ------------

    http://www.latlongwiki.com/?r=places&l=24.5302924&g=54.44515780000006&type=close&title=Saadiyat%20Island

    On a nearby island named Yas Island, 17km (!!) southeast of Saadiyat Island (about its name I could only find a connection with Jasmine, but i'm not sure if it's accurate), you can find a variety of symbols:
    1) Ferrari World https://ferrariworldabudhabi.com/explore-yas-island/ - Y shaped (!!!) and with a dome at its centre plus the selkie symbolism of the classic ferrari horse. It also reminds me of a St.George Cross with its flaming ends especially.

    https://www.arabian-adventures.com/images/ferrari_world_abu_dhabi_-_aerial_view_-_banner

    One of the rides in the ferrari world park is titled “Speed of Magic”. This is its description: "Adventure with Nello

    Journey through a majestic 4D fantasy universe with Nello, a mischievous Ferrari driver. He dares to go where no Ferrari has gone before, and wants you to come along for the ride of your life. Dive into oceans, fly over cliffs and venture into ice caves while simulator technology teases your senses with changes in temperature, moisture, light and movement along the way."

    Now this could just be far-fetched and not amounting to something but i'm just putting it out there: Nello = Antonello = Anthony/Antonius = Adonis = Adonai. Adonai, meaning YHWH or the demiurge and his taking you on a tour of the simulated universe... a mischievous Ferrari driver. He dares to go where no Ferrari has gone before...

    http://www.babynamewizard.com/baby-name/boy/nello (Meanings and history of the name Nello: | Edit
    Italian name, sometimes short for Antonello, that occasionally cracked the U.S. top 1000 in the early 20th Century.)

    Antonello https://www.behindthename.com/name/antonello Antonios, Antonis (Greek)

    https://phoenicia.org/adonis.html and from there connected to Adonai

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  35. -----
    https://yasisland.ae/360/

    Most of the properties on Yas Island were built by Aldar Properties
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldar_Properties

    These are their headquarters https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldar_headquarters_building
    https://wikiarquitectura.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Aldar_boc_concep_2-500x500.jpg
    (The extent that the circle is embedded in the ground was designed around the golden ratio.[5]) !!!

    2) There's a surrounding theme of snakes present on the island as well (maybe connected with the St.George Cross resembling ends of the ferrari park as well.) First, from the island's logo:

    https://yasisland.ae/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Horizontal-Logo1-960x600.jpg

    Second, from its marina circuit:

    http://fabricomagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/yas-marina-circuit-3.jpg

    Third, from the waterpark:

    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/519f87b2e4b02061e74db6b6/t/584054d459cc68075cbab44e/1381485291249/YAS+Waterworld+WKK+21.jpg

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  36. Virgin Money Babylon-don Marathon, 22/4/18 #TeamOrange...??
    British Sea Power 2018 tour poster orange with black owl..

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  37. Not sure if it's been mentioned yet but the final score was 5 _ 1 which is the same amount of rain, 51 inches , the hurricane poured on Houston.

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  38. I know Joe Walsh was right, you can't argue with a sick mind. And any person harbouring any religious beliefs is indeed "sick". Nevertheless I continue...with what? Flogging a dead dog to the water to make it do new tricks?

    This page gets off to a particularly funny start. Until I thought better of it, I was going to mention it on my own blog, headlining it with: "Jack Is Gonna Be A Football `Star'?"

    CAN you prove that a football team - or the crew of a NASA mission - is comprised of aliens / half-aliens? Or that they're part of a conspiracy to ...bring about a mass extinction with the aid of certain personages in the
    pan-global pre-Christian divine pantheon [if I've read you right]?

    Do you think you can prove it by messing about with names (and dates), trying to turn a few more coincidences into connections.

    (a) Throughout the centuries, football teams have been arbitraily named according to the topography and wildlife of the locality, or the interests of local people. People who possibly aren't fluent in their native language, let alone the nearest "foreign" language.

    Now...here's a team which might be named after a constellation.

    (b) Throughout the millenia, constellations have been arbitrarily named according to the interests, superstitions or (more often) visual hallucinations of the people looking up at them.
    Every constellation in the galaxy has a whole long list of names appended to it. OK conspiracy theorist, pick one from the list. - just go eena-meena-Menelmakar...oh, look, I've landed on Orion's Belt, and just below it, Orion's Trousers.

    Now, if you were Nasa, what would you call your space project? Name it after some "place" you have a chance of visiting? Or call it Bay Laurel? Or Chiddingfold-on-Sea?

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  39. I know Joe Walsh was right, you can't argue with a sick mind. And any person harbouring any religious beliefs is indeed "sick". Nevertheless I continue...with what? Flogging a dead dog to the water to make it do new tricks?

    This page gets off to a particularly funny start. Until I thought better of it, I was going to mention it on my own blog, headlining it with: "Jack Is Gonna Be A Football `Star'?"

    CAN you prove that a football team - or the crew of a NASA mission - is comprised of aliens / half-aliens? Or that they're part of a conspiracy to...bring about a mass extinction with the aid of certain personages in the pan-global pre-Christian divine pantheon [if I've read you right]?

    Do you think you can prove it by messing about with names (and dates), trying to turn a few more coincidences into connections.

    (a) Throughout the centuries, football teams have been arbitraily named according to the topography and wildlife of the locality, or the interests of local people. People who possibly aren't fluent in their native language, let alone the nearest "foreign" language.

    Now...here's a team which might be named after a constellation.

    (b) Throughout the millenia, constellations have been arbitrarily named according to the interests, superstitions or (more often) visual hallucinations of the people looking up at them.

    Every constellation in the galaxy has a whole long list of names appended to it. OK conspiracy theorist, pick one from the list. - just go eena-meena-Menelmakar... oh, look, I've landed on Orion's Belt, and just below it, Orion's Trousers.

    Now, if you were Nasa, what would you call your space project? Name it after some "place" you have a chance of visiting? Or call it Bay Laurel? Or Chiddingfold-on-Sea?

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  40. November 1 was the 33rd anniversary of the release of Treasure by the Cocteau Twins.

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  41. "One must walk 10800 Li to achieve Wisdom." Ancient Chinese saying

    Great pyramid Khufu on Giza plateau slope/angle is 51 deegrees 51' (rounded)

    (Las Vegas, Route 91; October 31 -- 91 days left in the year) -- El Castillo, Chichen Itza pyramid has "91 steps which, when added together and including the temple platform on top as the final "step", produces a total of 365 steps (which is equal to the number of days of the Haab' year)" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Castillo%2C_Chichen_Itza

    VI. THE PRINCIPLE OF CAUSE AND EFFECT.
    "Every Cause has its Effect; every Effect has its Cause; everything happens according to Law; Chance is but a name for Law not recognized; there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the Law." — The Kybalion.

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  42. Really terrifying stuff once again, Chris...

    I apologise for this string of long comments, but i've found some interesting things concerning Dubai/Abu Dhabi:
    One of the runners up of the architectural competition for zabeel park (lost out to the Dubai Frame) was this:

    Dubai Observation Tower (Y shaped!) - https://www.archdaily.com/24089/zaabeel-park-observation-tower-xten-architecture/722155749_dwg-platform-diagram-copy

    https://www.archdaily.com/24089/zaabeel-park-observation-tower-xten-architecture

    Apart from the stargate/dubai frame dome and gate complex, there's also another great dome opening on November 11th 11/11 (twinning/sirius/stairway to sirius) ! - the "Dubai Louvre", located on Saadiyat Island (Etymology:Happiness or Enlightenment Island, from what i've managed to find.) https://visitabudhabi.ae/en/explore/islands/saadiyat.island.aspx)


    http://menafn.com/1096022547/about.html

    "At total of (!)23(!) permanent galleries will showcase more than 600 pieces of art, including 300 loaned by 13 French museums for the inaugural year."

    https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/a-giant-silver-dome-filled-with-art-louvre-abu-dhabi-to-open-1.3259663

    "The French “starchitect” (!) Jean Nouvel was hired to design the museum. He created an ensemble of 55 individual buildings, most of which shelter under a giant dome 180m in diameter and weighing as much as the Eiffel Tower. From a distance, the museum looks like a silver mushroom, or a spaceship (!) hovering over the turquoise waters of the Persian Gulf.

    https://www.louvreabudhabi.ae/ (on the search results in google this comes up as their motto: Louvre Abu Dhabi – See Humanity in a new light")

    https://www.thenational.ae/image/policy:1.32405:1504682674/image/jpeg.jpg?$p=79ddad7&w=1136&$w=ec52ab9

    https://www.thenational.ae/image/policy:1.32411:1504682676/image/jpeg.jpg?$p=79ddad7&w=1136&$w=ec52ab9

    Nouvel, aged 72, dresses in black. With his stocky build, bald bullet head and deepset dark eyes, he is a dead ringer for the late US actor Telly Savalas. If you didn’t know he was one of the world’s leading architects, laureate of the Pritzker Prize, the “Nobel” of architecture, and at least a dozen other international awards, you might mistake him for a bodyguard or a night-club bouncer." http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/intelligencer/2015/06/26/magazine/30-lede-jeanNouvel.jpg (Kind of a Crowley vibe)

    He was also a recipient of the Wolf Prize in 2005 (2+5=7) (possible Osiris sync?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf_Prize_in_Arts


    He has also designed these among other things: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/53W53
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_Eleventh_Avenue
    http://tuchschmid.ch/en/projekte/monolith-expo-02-murten/

    From his bio: "he became a founding member of the “Mars 1976” Movement whose purpose was to oppose the architects’corporatism" (March/Mars 1976 sync with 1976 Mars Viking 1 Lander)

    What to expect at Dubai Louvre opening:
    http://gulfnews.com/xpress/news/what-to-expect-at-louvre-abu-dhabi-s-gala-opening-1.2117054

    1)"Besides the headliners, numerous other music, dance, performances and an Etihad A380 fly-past will take place throughout the celebrations" 8+3=11 sync possibly

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  43. Given the theme, check out the last video here of the Astro's "celebration" float/nightmare fuel. Not sure how it ties in with anything I'd celebrate.

    http://mlb.nbcsports.com/2017/11/04/watch-the-best-and-worst-moments-from-the-astros-parade/

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  44. https://wearorange.org/about/ finding this very interesting...

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