Friday, December 22, 2017

Apocalypse This Week®: Killer Sexbots are Go!

Well, there's a headline for you, eh?

The Sexbots are coming to a town near you. Unless of course you live in London.

The manufactured dialectic rages on, with "OFFENDED Islamic Extremists" allegedly phoning threats into an expo hawking the latest in sextoys for single men with way too much disposable income.

Those OFFENDED extremists -- if in fact they even exist-- did their part to promote the show and to push the Infertility Agenda by offering lonely onanists the opportunity to stick it to the Muslims by attending the expo at its new location. 

Now, it may be my tendency for pareidolia again, but damn if that rather horrific image there doesn't remind me of this...

Tell me, people; am I imagining things?

We've looked at Jack Kirby's terrifyingly-prophetic OMAC: One Man Army Corps in the past here so I should take this opportunity to mention that the very first issue (published in 1974) was about sexbots being reprogrammed to kill.  

Before he's turned into OMAC-- by a sentient Artificial Intelligence named "Brother Eye"--young Billy Blank even falls in love with one.

And we keep hearing how VR is the next frontier for the monkey-spanking industry as well. I'm not sure that's going to pan out with the current technology, given the whole issue of VR sickness.

But I should remind you that Kirby was depicting VR in OMAC all those years back. And even further back, in Jimmy Olsen, Superman's "Friend."

OMAC also prophesied celebrity Mithraist Mike Bloomberg and his enforcer Ray Kelly in the form of Mister Big-- the man who "can rent a city"-- and Major Domo.

Remarkable likenesses, given the time-gap.

Bonus prediction: mohawks.


Speaking of Jack Kirby, it seems spontaneous combustion made a surprise comeback, this time in London. 



The US lifted a ban on creating lethal viruses. Terrific. We can all sleep soundly now.

Well, those of us who never saw any 70s TV movies can, at least. Or, of course, an episode of The X-Files.

No word on whether the new virus program is calling itself "Purity Control."

So why are they doing this, you're asking?

Don't ask.

Speaking of which, The X-Files follows up on its own viral apocalypse in 12 short days. From the looks of it, all my fan theories about the cliffhanger are batting a big goose egg. 

Of course, the inherent weakness in my theories is that I based them all on a careful analysis of the scripts and comparisons with textual precedent from previous storylines.

Always a really bad idea with The X-Files. 

And experts are saying the new flu vaccine is only 10% effective against this year's strains. Which is Bullshitish for "not effective at all."

Still, experts are recommending you get the vaccine anyway. Because you need your yearly doses of aluminum and mercury. 

Oh, who told you that? Alex Jones? Aluminum and mercury are good for your brain.

That's not what you heard? Oh, what are you, some kind of expert now? Some kind of tinfoil-hat expert guy now?

Get in line and take your fucking shot.


Well, just in time for the Winter Solstice we have this hot new trend, similar to the various Orange shirt days a couple months back. 

This one has folks covering up one eye to pay tribute to a Syrian baby who lost an eye during the US-backed terror war there.

It's really catching on. The White Helmets are joining in the cause.

As is the British Ambassador to the United Nations.

And this German news agency.

And hundreds of top celebrities are doing their part to pitch in.

So what are you waiting for? Why aren't you covering your eye? 

What are you, some kind of Islamophobe or something? What, you hate babies or something? 

Cover your fucking eye, motherfucker. Or your name goes on the fucking list.


Let's talk about UFOs now. It's OK, you're not crazy anymore. Honest. Sit down over here. Can we get you something to drink? Just to let you know, this conversation may be recorded for quality assurance purposes.

So, do you think UFOs exist? 

Good, good.

Have you ever seen one? 

OK, good. Skipping down here...

Right; so do you think the UFO people love us and care about us and only want to protect us?

Do you think the UFO people left certain families and bloodlines in charge to take good care of us and the planet until they return? 


Yeah, well, you might want to rethink that. In fact, you might want to rethink that right away. 

You know who I heard doesn't love the UFO People?'s that guy with the Depeche Mode haircut again? Shit...Spencer. That's it--Richard Spencer. 

Yeah, that's right; I heard somewhere that Richard Spencer hates the UFO People and wants to exterminate our loving Space Brothers.  

Yeah, him and, uh...that fat guy...Alex Jones. 

Plus, Trump. 

And Roy Moore.

Wait-- you're not a fan of Richard Spencer, are you? 

Because you do know Richard Spencer doesn't love our UFO Overlords, right?

Well, make sure you wear Orange and cover your eye this Thursday. To show the show our UFO SuperGods how much you love them. 

We'll be keeping an eye on your Facebook. 

Don't forget.


Of course he did.

OK, that wasn't in Braintree but the Archdiocese is. So still Braintree news.

Stop being such a stickler.

Wow, 30 cars in one night. And not just any old Braintree, but East Braintree. Including several in my old neighborhood. 

Don't ever change, East Braintree.

If I've said it once, I've said it a hundred and thirteen times: Braintree doesn't do half-measures. In the wake of the President of the State Senate stepping down over a sexual assault scandal, the 'Tree's former State Senator is up on an impressive 113 charges of corruption in Federal court. Go Wamps!


Sports Illustrated took the time to launch a tirade against Kyrie Irving of the Boston Celtics. It seems he's spreading certain thought-contagions inappropriate to his income-level. Seems Irving wants people to "seek their own answers beyond the ones that are giving to us by books, media, internet."

Hey, Kyrie-- does Sports Illustrated tell you how to do your job? 

OK, bad example. 

But maybe you should start learning your place in the grand pyramid of things, Kyrie. After all, you got a nice career there. 

It would be a shame if something happened to it.

And for some completely inexplicable reason, 80s Mets star Darryl Strawberry was all over the news today. 

I mean, headline news everywhere

Yeah, it seems he used to fuck groupies between innings of games.

Yeah, Darryl-- can I call you Darryl? Yeah, I'm not really sure you want to go around bragging you had sex in the time between innings. I mean, what's that, a few minutes? 

Maybe you should try bragging about all the groupies you fucked while your cook was fixing you some delicious strawberry treats.

No, that means "strawberry" in French. Honest. 

Plus, Scottish.

NEWSFLASH!: Some master-class trolling by Yum! Brands, owner of Taco Beltane (formerly Taco Ba'al).

NEWSFLASH: Well, not really. But a reader reminded us of the infamous UFO Cover Up Live! TV special from 1988 when a voice-altered Richard Doty revealed to the world that the aliens have been here for 25,000 years and that a captured alien kept at Kirtland AFB was partial to Tibetan music and strawberry ice cream.

Can you believe the depths these government disinfo artists will sink to? 


Everyone knows what the alien (his name was Quisquose) actually said is that he loves the Cocteau Twins.

Doty was signaling to his fellow intelligence agents. "Tibet" is occultic code for "Elizabet" (I think it might be the Atbash Ciper, but don't quote me on that) and we know all about strawberries, don't we?

Had enough, spooks, or do you want me to dish out a little more? 

Yeah, I thought so. 

We're onto you.


  1. Great post today. Did not notice this one-eyed campaign but man, ridiculous.

    1. Thank you. They never warn you that the future will be not only scary but ridiculous.

  2. So, is 'the eye' that of Horus? And what is that symbolising celestially?

    I think we can now conclude that Isis & Osiris are the twins, Sirius & Sol.

    1. It's the Eye in the Sky, what else?

    2. If Horus is the progeny of Isis & Osiris, then perhaps it is no more than the resulting shape* that is traced by them throughout their great year orbit?

      * Could a couple of overlapping ellipses constitute an 'eye in the sky'?

    3. Eye in the sky is pretty well up for grabs, as far as assigning meaning, IMO. Just look at the interpretations of the linked song lyrics...made my night. Mostly, "well he caught u cheating, and now he's got the footage to take u to court", to "Sauron, of course", NSA, etc. I'm not taking it lightly. There for sure is one and he/she/it wants us to know it. Personally, I'm pretty sure it has something to do with Xenon. Trying to get out of the core/pit he/she dug for itself when it didn't want to beta-decay already. And I get the feeling its going to get an earlier than planned release. In addition to what we've all been unknowingly facilitating via undergoing aesthetics and other interesting treatments. Pretty sure also, this would be our Vegas not wanting to get trapped in more pesky apo/tangled up matter. (atomic #54, gadliniuim 64). super volcanos is my prediction. But what do any of us really know?!

    4. I forgot to post the song link to which I was referring..
      BTW, I (mostly) never post, I'm almost regretting it now, but the eggnog has bolstered me. Tracy.

    5. I might as well add a related symbol as potentially pertaining to the shape of 'overlapping elliptical orbits', and that is the holy almond or lozenge (as in Luz, the old Templar base).

      Also see

      And an almond is just an eye on its side...

      Presumably, ancient egyptian symbolism was just as much the steganographic means of preserving vital knowledge as has been used subsequently, i.e. the 12/24k cycle of rebirth.

      If you have the perspective obtained from understanding our barycentric system at 70 degrees to the bisecting galactic plane, then perhaps you possess the 'all seeing eye' - as much as you understand you are possessed by it?

    6. I don't know what the eye thing means but I have a feeling it doesn't mean Horus. I think it's something else entirely. We may soon find out.

  3. "Get in line and take your fucking shot"

    Gave me a good chuckle. Great post.

    1. Cheers. Glad I could bring a chuckle to your day.

  4. Now we're flashing the one-eye sign for a good cause? After years of it staring at us from every drugstore item, every movie poster, every magazine cover?... How original.

    Re Islamic hardliners: Trust me, they are not offended. In fact, they've never heard of a sex robot, let alone a sex robot expo. But why not demonize a religion that reveres the Torah and all the Hebrew prophets as well as Christ and Mary? It works!

    1. So you think there are no sex robots in Saudi Arabia? Think again.

    2. Maria Rigel, I was talking about those "Islamists" who are purported to get "offended" and commit violent acts as a result. As insinuated by western media. I happen to live in a Muslim-majority country where I actually rub shoulders with these people, so even on reflection, I stand by my observation.

      The rich Saudis your comment referred to are a different caste altogether. And as we have now forced the issue of "do they own sex robots?" -- my thought is: Whatever for?!... They can just "order" the company and services of any female celebrity, beauty queen or supermodel - if not in Saudi itself then certainly in nearby Dubai and very certainly in one of the countless chateaux they own in France, UK and USA.

    3. The real problems in the world are caused by politics and economics, religion is only an excuse the powerful use to distract attention from the real issues. So the world can keep up hating each other as the rich get together and enjoy the spoils of war. Only the poor die fighting wars.

    4. Oh, I very much doubt those Islamic militants were anything but a figment of some huckster's imagination. I think the ticket sales were probably slow and they need to pump up interest and move to a cheaper site. Showbiz, innit?

  5. I am really tired of all the laughing and smirking of television people when discussing the UFO topic. I am over sixty and it has been going on for as long as I can remember. What is so darn funny? In other geezer news, GET OFF MY LAWN!!! Dave

    1. I think the joke is that the aliens are all Satanists... or something like that.

    2. The laughing and smirking comes out of the Robertson Panel recommendations.

  6. Maybe I forgot you mentioning it: it’s like you said everyone stopped caring and talking after a week but:

    In Stranger Things S2 they use “Bo Peep” brand...cleaner? Ammonia? Something as smelling salts to bring Will around for his big torture session where he’s tied up in a box.

    1. That is very disturbing to me because back in the late 70s I knew this girl in high school who had a running joke about Bo Peep ammonia, she used it as a punch line when talking about dark, terrible things. It has been only in the last few years that I have begun connecting the dots and realised that she could had been an mk subject due to many things I knew back then and other things I just learned more recently. Now you mention that ammonia brand I had not heard since then and it hints at something very bad. Damn.

    2. I was too busy wondering what kind of sickos were getting their jollies shooting those scenes, I guess. What a trainwreck.

    3. Others may have posted on this show, but if not, I recently watched the German "Dark" season 1 on Netflix that has 80s bands, ritual killing of boys, time travel, a fight over future time lines, nuclear energy, ouroburous, caves, continuous downpours, and too many other Secret Sun-type themes to mention, includi9ng a preist who may be the anti-Christ. Plus, the main character walks around in an orange parka and very nice art direction excellent direction. Sort of Twin Peaks, meets It, meets Terminator, meets The Departed (fight between good and evil over time travel).

  7. Chris, do you think the long times between episodes and movies of the x-files was to get us emotionally ready for truth?

    1. I would say probably not, given the reality of scheduling and so on. But you could be onto something.

  8. Duchovny really looks like Gary Shandling's lost son or something there. And we all know the Larry Sanders show was originally titled the Larry Fraser show because he had a huge thing for the Cocteau Twins.
    I kidd I kidd

  9. Yeah the killer sex robots theme also got a ton of mileage in the "Ghost in the Shell" sequel, "Innocence", where they were known as "gynoids":

    But its still amazing how prescient Kirby continues to be. Like off the charts precog. Makes you wonder what else he was right about.

    & as far as flu shots are concerned? Yeah, NEVER get a flu shot. I used to work for this market research firm years ago, & a yearly govt. study was done to interview the elderly on whether or not they got a flu shot & if not, why not. & without exception, the ones who refused to get them would always say that their decision was based on their having known someone who died from reactions to the shot.

    & the sudden about face with regards to UFOs? Yeah you nailed it. All media is viral marketing now. But I still want more X-Files. VR & things like "Ready Player One", not so much.

    1. And they never seem to work, those flu shots. Thanks David.

  10. Just recently introduced to your insights, Chris, but they wake me up in the best possible way. Reading back through the blog, the sense of personal recognition is astonishing -- obviously because we are the same age partaking of much of the same pop culture -- but it's the intense desire for lucidity in the strangest of dreams we're all having....

    Thank you.

    1. Looks like Kirby and even others like PKD, Kubrick, and even Lovecraft were trying to give us the 'heads up' about this eventual scenario. Do Androids dream of Electric Sheep?
      BTW I work in the Medical Field and it's mandatory to receive a flu shot, or you have to wear a surgical mask your whole shift.
      You have to wonder if TPTB are fucking with our DNA thru these 'vaccines'.
      Evil fucked up shit man!

    2. Cheers, Perros. Glad to be of help.

      What aren't they using to fuck with our DNA? I think that's the burning question these days.

  11. Ookay, not sure, I´m too appreciative of the cussing - maybe put me on a list, too?

  12. Well, I guess now we know why the Greys are so obsessed with strawberry ice cream.

  13. Saw a 2012 episode of The Mindy Project sitcom today. Guess whom they mentioned totally out of any context and with no relevance whatsoever to the storyline? Darryl Strawberry!

    You know you've been of great use to the elites when network TV pays people to randomly weave your name into hit shows.

    1. Speaking of 'network TV' I was doing a search on 'Fallen Angels and Vega' and found this.
      You will LOVE this!

    2. I was flipping channels on Christmas when I found a mockumentary on Fox Sports about the classic softball episode of The Simpsons. Darryl Stawberry was on it.

    3. Strawberry Fields Forever, baby.

  14. 72 virgin sexbot* harem awaits thee.
    *batteries not included.

    1. Just juice 'em up yourself...

    2. 72 virgins that will send you to Paradise. Terrific.

  15. In 1976 the US government spent millions inoculationg most of the population against a flu apocalypse that never arrived. The last gift of Gerald Ford to the American people, maybe. Back then there were all kinds of rumors about bio warfare but they were dismissed as conspiracy theories, blame them hippies who watched the Andromeda Strain stoned, you know?

    1. Damn Andromeda Strain-watchin', hippies. What problems are they not responsible for?

  16. Strawberry? The guy was a Met, for Gooden's sake! What do you expect? The long island ball team

    1. News today- The LAPD says they may be about to solve the Black Dahlia case, some seventy years later. Take your time boys, no rush there. Also a "skull shaped" asteroid fly by in 2018. Cheerful news, heh?

    2. The Black Dahlia case has been solved more times than the JFK snuff. She was killed by an Army Division.

  17. "No, I don't think I'll call Mr. Strawberry.
    I don't think he's taking calls.
    I know. I know who to call."

    "The cow jumped over the moon."

    1. He'll call Elizabeth Strawberry instead.

      That nutty Lynch fella.

  18. UFO Sightings shows the recent X-files commercial of a "Hot sheets" news stand with an alien jumping out.

  19. Domo Arigato Mr. Roboto for the Sex Robots!!!!! Considering how the current "Me Too" massacre is showing no sign of ending anytime soon so the best companionship may be a synthetic human interface. Just wait until sex-kitten bot downloads feminism than it's really gonna turn on their male companions/creators.

    You reading through you're ongoing exploration of the "Never-Ending Ritual" along with associated synchromystic currents of A.I., Tranhumanism, etc set up an interesting synchronisity of coming across some beloved 1980's cartoons that are packed to the brim with the same exact themes you been exploring.

    Such as the "Mighty Orbots". The animation quality holds up and I believe they predate Transformers (Generation one). What made that series interesting is their main enemy is a sentient A.I. planet size computer shades of Dr. John C. Lilly's Solid State Intelligence.

    Now the company that animated "Mighty Orbots" is a Japanese company called TMS Entertainment and they would return to similar themes and take blow the door off the hinges with "Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers"

    Now we see in the four characters the recurring themes you delved into for years in the Secret Sun and put together showing how they are running concurrently.

    Each one has a bionic implant that gives or arguments powers. See kids being microchip will be awesome.

    Zachary Foxx has his entire right arm replace with a bionic prosthesis that can channel directed energy as a weapon (Transhumanism)

    Shane Gooseman is a literally genetically engineered super-soldier grown in a lab and his implant gives him control of his metamorphic abilities (Transgenics)

    Niko implant increase her psychic abilities that she honed on Xanudu, I kid you not that's her back story, (MK-Often)

    Walter "Doc" Hartford uses sentient three-dimensional computer programs to communicate and hack into technology systems. There's your silicon valley AI wetdream come true (AI realized)

    Yeah I'm about to rewatch the entire series that's now considered a cult classic and see what other sync show up. One that immeditely jumps out is Shane Gooseman was recruited specifically to the Galaxy Rangers to hunt down other super-soldiers like him that went rouge.

    Meanwhile in our Future-Present we have Space X in the news with two trending articles; "SpaceX launch stirs alien UFO fears in California, Arizona (VIDEOS)"

    Apparently not to be outdone by the fairly recent dildo rocket. Musk shot off a satellite into space that looked like a sperm sailing through the sky.

    I'm starting to think the imagery is intentional to cause a baby-boom due to the dropping life expectancy within the US blamed on opioid epidemic and declining birthrate within the USA (Europe birthrate is also very low in many countries)

    Well why worry about Earth right since humans are going soon be a space-faring race. Elon Musk even saying you can drive his ultra cool high-end roadster on Mars; "Elon Musk is launching a Tesla Roadster to Mars orbit — and he just posted photos on Instagram to prove it"

    Forget Matt Damon's movie going to Mars gonna be just like cruising route 66 with no Highway patrol in sight. Well sign me up who cares if it's a one-way tickets and g̶u̶i̶n̶e̶a̶ ̶p̶i̶g̶s̶ explorers risk their lives traveling through the radiation dense Van Allen Belt. It's all for Science.

    1. Apologies for the typos they should read as follows instead.

      Reading through you're ongoing exploration....

      .....TMS Entertainment and they would return to similar themes and blows the door off the hinges with "Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers"

      Zachary Foxx has his entire left arm replace with a bionic prosthesis that can channel directed energy as a weapon (Transhumanism)

      Niko implant increase her psychic abilities that she honed on Xanudu, I kid you not that's her back story, (MK-Often)

      Walter "Doc" Hartford uses sentient three-dimensional computer programs to communicate and hack into technology systems. There's your silicon valley AI wetdream come true (AI realized)

      Shane Gooseman is a literally genetically engineered super-soldier grown in a lab and his implant gives him control of his metamorphic abilities (Transgenics)

      ^^^^That's the order I should of listed the main protagonists within "Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers" to avoid confusion.

      Also note it's Captain's Foxx's left arm replace with a bionic replacement.... made subconsciously more sinister standing on an upside down pentagram in the intro.

      Never too early to introduce wide-eyed children into The Church of Satan symbolism.

    2. Yesterday there was a news item about how life expectancy in the USA has dropped for the second year in a row. The country now ranks at #53 in the world. High suicide rates, obesity, poor health care and rampant drug addiction are being blamed. Seems that being "The world's exceptional nation" is not so good after all.

    3. The Galaxy Rangers seems a lot like The Bionic Six, another 80s anime that was creepy as hell, about technologically "enhanced" humans.

    4. Ah yes Bionic Six is another 80's Anime that was developed primarily for Western audiences. And "Bionic Six" was produced by..... wait for it.....

      TMS Entertainment the same Japanese animation studio that made "Adventures of Galaxy Rangers" and "Mighty Orbots".

      Hmmmm noticing a very strong recurring theme with that Japanese company. But then again the Land of the Rising Sun is known the world over for Manga/Anime and those themes are regularly featured, explored, within Japanese popular culture.

    5. Wow only #53 in the world for life expectancy. You think that would make TPTB reconsider GMO's, heavy pesticide use, drugging the general population into a stupor, chem-trailing the skies, and all the nefarious stuff done on a daily basis. Nahhhhh, just rock until the wheels falls off seems to be the Zeitgeist of the 21st Century.

    6. If the Americans banned fraternities life expectancy would jump 10 notches overnight.

    7. Fascinating connections, Emmanuel. Those seeds have been germinating for quite some time now.

  20. Yeah funny about that guy self-combusting in London. Even funnier -- but not funny -- I started watching the first season of _The Tunnel_ the same day as that news story broke. Your really don't need to see it, needless to say. But in case you never did, the first episodes deal with...a whole lot of people catching fire spontaneously in London, on CCTV.

  21. Not sure if you've seen this Twitter account or not yet, but she's tying things together in *very* interesting ways -

    1. Yeah, I did see that. It was energetic, I will say that. Not real deep on corroboration, though.

  22. So Musk decides to launch his Falcon Fleet, bringing a bunch of shiny new private satellites into orbit without bothering to inform the public, the same week the Pentagon confirms UFOs via the New York Times. They seem to morph into giant sperm cells.

    Or is that Judy creating BOB?

    1. Seems like Mr. Musk has a thing for giant space-dongs.

      “Artist, Nevada museum to launch ‘artificial star’ into space”

      The original design of the satellite was spherical (feminine) but they decided to change it to diamond shaped, if by ‘diamond’ you mean Sword of Damocles/Space Phurba/Cosmic Phallus.

      From the article: “We’re trying to build a satellite that has no military function, no commercial function, no scientific function. Space can be a wonderful mirror to see ourselves through different eyes.”

      “We humans have always looked to the sky as a sounding board for asking big questions about ourselves: Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going?” Paglen says. “This was as true of the Babylonians analyzing the constellations as much as it is now with the Hubble space telescope.”

      Nope, nothing ritualistic to see here, move along...

    2. Kind of looks like OuMuaMua. Is there a connection? Well, like attracts like.

  23. Darryl Strawberry was a Minnesota Twin.

  24. Hilarious post. You are Chris Hicks, or Bill Knowles. I see stand up gold here!

    1. Thank you, kindly. Please don't tell anyone I am secretly Bill Hicks. I'm trying to stay out of the limelight. Let Jones take all the heat.

  25. So I guess, this is what happens, when you gaze into the abyss 4 2 long ... sad! Get well soon, Chris!

    1. The Abyss? You know I don't think I ever watched that movie start to finish. It was always on cable back in the day so I feel like I did. But looking back it was in fragments.

  26. s3xb0ts are for the a(i)rchons

    They always had a thing for earth women and they built a "better mousetrap" so to speak.

  27. In all your Braintree expositions, you never mention Archie's despite the fact that it's replete with masonic symbolism and had it's own pedo ring back in the 80's.

  28. How far removed will a cousin need to be prior to it becomes legal to marry them in the
    US? Obviously you can't marry your first, second or third cousin, but how about your 4th, fifth,
    seventh or tenth cousin? Where may be the line used the US?
    First cousin marriages are legal in 25 of the 50 claims.
    Not a single state bans relationship between a second cousin. So there can be your line.