Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Cyclone Gita and the Siren Song Ritual


We recently looked at how the appearance of a topless cross-country skier from Tonga seemed to be the most gripping story--for the media, that is-- during the opening of the 2018 Winter Olympics. 



How did that work out for the tiny island nation in the South Pacific?





Not so well, as it happens.



Cyclone Gita, which formed over New Zealand and off the eastern shores of Australia, went tear-assing across the South Pacific, looking for the shit. 

And unfortunately, seemed to find it.





The Siren was invoked in Perth (on Australia's western shores) on Friday evening, and will be twice a day for the next week or so. 

As you can see, this was clearly presented as a spell, a working. There's no reason to hide it anymore.


After all, the organizers of the festival explicitly told us several weeks ago that this is a ritual. That's part of the pitch. They even let everyone know that this ritual already killed the helicopter pilot who was participating in it. 


I'm sure that fact titillated quite a few folks who were wavering over whether to attend the show or not. Death always draws a crowd.



And sure enough, we didn't even have to wait to see what would come of this ritual invocation. Cyclone Gita arose shortly after the ritual was actually being performed on the other side of the Australian continent. It might have even arose while the spell was being performed, I'll have to nail down the exact chronology.


Do note that the producers of Siren Song also produced an Eyes Wide Shut-type party for Dark Mofo as well. Because this is where everything is headed. That's just the way it is.


I didn't see any obvious mermaids at the Olympic opening ceremonies but given it is winter and the Korean mountains are bitterly cold this time of year we shouldn't have expected any. But we did see this chimeric figure, whose human head and wings are certainly related to (in theory, at least) to the Siren in its original incarnation as Lady Bird.



Certainly very different in appearance but essentially the same idea.



What's more, Gita is a feminine name that means "song," appropriately enough, given the storm's co-incidence with the Siren Song invocation.


And as we see here, the Sirens were all named along similar lines as well. In some myths the Sirens were the handmaidens of Persephone, Queen of Hell. As some of you might remember, we recently encountered Persephone while sorting through Fraserfest 2017 (aka Les Témoins) and before that with the Lil Peep drama.


As we'll be seeing in the near future, Australia is way ahead of the curve on this emerging...what? Agenda? Paradigm shift? Mass invocation? All of the above? 

Whatever you choose to call it, they're in the vanguard. Aquasonic-- shown here performing at the Sydney Festival-- are most certainly part of it.

I do have to say these are in fact festivals in the traditional sense, meaning "religious holidays." That's becoming abundantly clear now.


And even though probably all of you are still trying to wrap your head around how a reclusive, emotionally-fragile, semi-retired singer from the 1980s can be a Sibyl--an oracle of Apollo-- in the Classical sense, rest assured that there are quite a few people out there who are already quite deep into that realization.



And have been for some time now. Much, much more on that later.

Yeah, Minority Report is actually about her. It's immediately obvious to anyone who's been following this story.  The film has nothing to do with the PKD story or even the original screenplay. 

Deal with it.


But here's yet another little taste of how it works. I actually thought of all this when studying the hurricanes over the summer. 

On the Cocteau Twins' last-ever EPs (there were two versions, both with "Violaine" as the A-track) there were two songs, one called "Circling Girl" and the other called "Tranquil Eye." It was immediately apparent to me what Liz Fraser was referencing with those titles.


And that was a cyclone (meaning "circling") and its eye, sometimes called the 'tranquil eye' of the storm. And then it hit me this morning:

Circling Girl
Cyclone Gita

I should mention that "Tranquil Eye" was covered by Chinese superstar Faye Wong (under the title "Divide"), who covered several Cocteau Twins songs and worked with them on an original song called "Amusement Park."

The Sickle, again



And the A-side? Violaine means "violet," which is this year's official color. The vocals are English lyrics sung backwards.

Before I forget: "Tishbite"-- their penultimate single-- refers to the Prophet Elijah, who engaged in a magical battle with the priesthood of Ba'al, god of storms

Elijah also fell afoul of Jezebel, who was dedicated to Asherah, the Sidonian Venus.

See what I mean? There's no bottom to this well.


Given the fact that the same organization that produced the 9/11-invoking Millennium Dome Show (with Fraser in a featured singing role) also produced the ceremonies for the Beijing Olympics, I should also mention that Faye Wong (who had originally been scheduled to sing at Beijing) will be a featured performer in the Chinese Spring Festival Gala, which is said to draw nearly three-quarters of a billion television viewers.

So we have two milestone songs (well, only in that they were songs on the last releases of the Cocteau Twins during their active career) pointing to a cyclone and directly connected to a Chinese superstar whose next big gig is the Chinese New Year festival this week.

So that gives us what and when

I'll tell you one thing, I sure as hell would like to know what she's actually singing about on those cuts.



If all that weren't enough, we have Chloe KIm from this inexpicably-Orange Olympiad and this odd story, in which her father seems to be referring to one of the dragons seen during the recent ceremonies.



Namely the Rooster Eye on my Star and the Pearly Dewdrop Drop. 

Chloe was an epithet of Demeter, mother of Persephone. Just thought you should know.

I'm telling you again, we're looking at an honest-to-God Oracle whose prophecies are about right now. 

It's only in the suicidal, mentally-sick, postmodern West that these kinds of things aren't taken entirely for granted.

I keep banging on about this because our futures might well depend on figuring what the fuck she was trying to tell us. Or rather, what someone-- or something --was using her to tell us.

91 comments:

  1. Finally got my "posting name" to display correctly on here.
    More strange statues. This time at the Olympics. Reminiscent of the greek falllen angel statue for sure.

    https://sports.yahoo.com/statues-naked-men-hit-olympics-042458131.html

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  4. Speaking of oracles & predictions, thought you'd find this of interest:

    https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-1968-book-that-tried-to-predict-the-world-of-2018

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    "But for every amusingly wrong prediction, there’s one unnervingly close to the mark. It’s the same Thomas Malone who, amid predictions of weaponized hurricanes, wonders aloud whether “large-scale climate modification will be effected inadvertently” from rising levels of carbon dioxide. Such global warming, he predicts, might require the creation of an international climate body with “policing powers”—an undertaking, he adds, heartbreakingly, that should be “as nonpolitical as possible.” Gordon F. MacDonald, a fellow early advocate on climate change, writes a chapter on space that largely shrugs at manned interplanetary travel—a near-heresy in 1968—by cannily observing that while the Apollo missions would soon exhaust their political usefulness, weather and communications satellites would not. “A global communication system . . . would permit the use of giant computer complexes,” he adds, noting the revolutionary potential of a data bank that “could be queried at any time.”
    What “Toward the Year 2018” gets most consistently right is the integration of computing into daily life. Massive information networks of fibre optics and satellite communication, accessed through portable devices in a “universality of telephony”—and an upheaval in privacy? It’s all in there. The Bell Labs director John R. Pierce, in a few masterful strokes, extrapolates the advent of Touch-Tone to text and picture transmission, and editing the results online—“This will even extend to justification and pagination in the preparation of documents of a quality comparable to today’s letterpress.” And it’s Ithiel de Sola Pool—he of the free love and controlled economies—who wonders, five decades before alarms were raised over Equifax, Facebook, and Google, how personal information will be “computer-stored and fantastically manipulative” in both senses of the word: “By 2018 a researcher sitting at his console will be able to compile a cross-tabulation of consumer purchases (from store records) by people of low IQ (from school records) who have an unemployed member of the family (from social security records),” Pool predicts. “That is, he will have the technological capacity to do so. Will he have the legal right?”

    Writing just a year before arpanet went live, the Harvard information scientist Anthony Oettinger envisions “a kind of gargantuan version of Vannevar Bush’s Memex”—a hypothetical electromechanical text and audio-visual reader—which is about as good a summary of the Internet as you can find from 1968. But Oettinger, a veteran of U.S. intelligence-panel work on information overload, was no Utopian: his essay is titled “Electronics May Revolutionize Education, But Is Unlikely to Solve Problems of Human Frailty.” He’s particularly skeptical of how well governments would adapt to this mega-Memex: “Putting broad-band communications, picture telephones, and instant computerized retrieval in the hands of such an organization is like feeding pastry to a fat man.” It is “much too optimistic” to assume that these same technologies would entail the ability to use them wisely. “Applying technology, like all human efforts,” Oettinger warns, “bears bittersweet fruits.”

    Lots of intersecting with your Lucifer's Technologies posts there, CK. So much ties together with the Transhumanist vision of the future, Bell Labs & DAPRA in the "speculating" er-um---'scuse me, meant to say "agenda planning". It really does feel like someone's ticking off items on a list now.

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    1. Great link! Gotta love the brilliance of this summary toward the end:

      “That’s what I ended up feeling about this whole cluster of people,” he remembers today. “They were trying to figure out how to describe the future, and mostly in ways that would have them still in charge of it. Their technology was all stuff that would fit within the basic framework of corporate capitalism of the sixties and seventies.”

      And the Powell Memo was born a couple short years later.....

      Also agreed the bit about them "trying" to predict the future is disinfo, for your reasons noted. We're asked to believe those guys at MIT were just lucky guessers; it's not as if they could beat Vegas or anything like that!

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  5. Have you seen the print ads for the HBO show "Here and Now"? They're on every bus in NYC. The image perspective is from above. The cast are looking up at falling bubbles. The tagline reads "we're living in a new reality." Unsure what the show is about but the ad could be for this blog!
    https://pmcdeadline2.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/here-and-now-poster-key-art.jpeg

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  6. I come from Australia, and I have been disillusioned with this country and, at least, some of it's people, for several years now. However, most of the world seems to be following the same path...

    That chimeric-looking creature that is mentioned brings to mind the Persian Lammasu, in a sense, and other similar creatures from antiquity. That is to say, they have a human face, and wings.

    I think Elijah was called the "Tishbite" because he came from a land, or region, called Tishba. I could be wrong. He was also one of the few prophets taken to heaven alive.

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    1. I've lived my whole life in Australia and there is no place in the world that I would rather be right now.
      I love it.
      It's the rest of the world that I'm disillusioned with...mainly the country that's running the show and can't get its shit together.

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    2. "mainly the country running the show that get get it's shit together" lol !!! Really? You are clueless and possibly hopelessly brainwashed by CIA controlled MSM News.

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    3. I suppose I am basing my feelings on my own personal experiences. Primarily, within the town I live, and perhaps Sydney too. How is Brisbane?

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    4. Another snipe from the bushes from a gutless "Anonymous" poster who probably is none other than a CIA employee themselves...or that paranoid Horselover Phat prick?-)

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    5. Ha! That's funny anon bot 650. You might want to click his name before you insult.

      There's that green again.

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    6. I prefer to call it BrizVegas Simon...and yeah it's not too bad except for a Rugby League team called the Brisbane Broncos and their f#cking annoying supporters.
      Almost as f#cking annoying as the "Anonymous" commentors who don't identify their comments from the other annoying "Anonymous" comments that all blur into each other.
      GO THE SHARKIES!!!

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    7. The great dividing scope between you and anon's.
      Even Charles Wilkes (rip 1877) would look up and ask, is he on the right side of the whole issue?

      Bty, Sharkies come from a Western/leftist point of view these days.

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    8. Think of me as a left of centre shark then you anonymous troll.
      And stay out of my water.
      I've got nothing to say to "Anonymous" commentors who won't identify themselves from the rest here and own their comments, accept for "f#ck off" you disrespectful jerks.

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  7. The recent lunar eclipse was noted as "the dragon eating the Moon." One must not overlook the growing interest in Hawaii's Tulsi Gabbard, born in American Samoa - and the only Hindu in Congress. Will she run a presidential campaign in the near future? As for Australia's role in all of this "summoning" and so forth, well, there are those who think (as noted in a recent UK tabloid articled) that the so-called "Illuminati" have their headquarters in Australia's esoterically-designed national capital - Canberra. This is a topic I'm rather familiar with. Some think Astana in Kazakhstan. Maybe we're looking in all the wrong places, as Johnny Lee might have put it.

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    1. Dam those blasted Griffins and their designs on Canberra. ;-)

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    2. Rosemary's Baby (1968) mentions Australia quite a bit, certainly for a story that's set in a Manhattan apartment building. Covens all over Australia. NYC witches traveling to Australia. Etc etc.

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    3. S#it, the gigs up.
      Time to move my coven to to New Zealand and become an All Black I reckon.
      Looks like shutting Lennon up didn't do the trick;-)

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  8. Here's a link to an article about the Siren Song performance in Hobart, June 2017. Interesting comparisons being made, with religious as well as authoritarian broadcasts. The helicopter pilot who was killed participated in this version. Not sure if any storms were raised that time, but then, maybe a death is required for that:/

    https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2017/jun/16/dark-mofo-swells-with-siren-song-a-logistical-triumph-and-a-beautiful-work-of-art

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  9. RE Minority Report: its Fraser-avatar Samantha Morton is a Cocteau Twins fan, listing 'Garlands' as one of her favourite albums here:
    https://theplaylist.net/samantha-morton-uses-boards-of-canada-20071019/

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    1. I wish I had had an inkling of any of this back when I actually watched Minority Report in a cinema. I only remember being bored off my titties. Tom Cruise only excites 11yo boys.

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    2. Samantha Morton was a victim of sexual child abuse while in the residential care system in the U.K. Not unlike Elizabeth Fraser in a lot of ways.
      Kathy.

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    3. She even directed a film based on her experiences, The Unloved: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Unloved

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  10. The Black Death must have seemed like Armageddon when it swept through Europe, and the Khan like some kind of alien devil when his campaigns devastated China and the Muslim world. No matter what happens, there are likely to be survivors and the human race is likely to go on, and so we must ask who the children who will confront that future are going to be.

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    1. Yes, 800 years ago the Islamic civilization was the custodian of unrivaled libraries, universities, art galleries, hospitals and classical Graeco-Roman knowledge in general. How do we know today what the ancient Greeks believed and theorized? The answer is simple: Because the Arabs wrote it down! And translated, and catalogued, and archived, and critiqued.

      Cairo in Egypt was seen as "metropolis of the world, garden of the universe, meeting-place of nations, ant hill of peoples, high place of Islam, seat of power."

      The Mongol invasion obliterated all of this.

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    2. That's so much dhimmi rubbish. The Islamic world was only Islamic thanks to jihadist conquests, slaughter and forced mass conversions. Muslim warriors destroyed numerous civilizations and burned down libraries, temples and ran slave networks deep into Africa centuries before the Europeans. Where do you get your lies from - Esposito, Armstrong, Ramadan?

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  11. Chris, you've already unearthed several juicy parts to this ongoing mystery that might need more examination. Number one for me is the name of Fraser's band, "The Cocteau Twins". The naming of things is very important in an occult operation, as you know. The off-handed story given to us is that "Cocteau Twins" was simply inspired by a lyric from the band Simple Minds. The connection between these two Scottish bands has been largely unexplored. Simple Minds just released an album two weeks ago, called "Walk Between Worlds" released on Feb. 2, a date of occult significance. (Ceremonial magick much, Simple Minds?). The band name Simple Minds was inspired by a lyric from Bowie's "Jean Genie". Genie, again with the allusion to magick. I personally don't know a lot about Scotland, or the history of Scottish magick, but I sense that this is an important part of the puzzle. Also, wasn't Scotland the first place Trump travelled to, after his election?

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    1. edit: trump travelled to Scotland after securing the Republican nomination in 2016, rather than after the election.

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    2. Scotland is about one of the most magical places around. It got started when the Templars that ran away from France took refuge in Scotland, taking with them the Holy Grail. The Holy Grail was in Roslin Chapel for a while, but it isn't there any longer. The story goes on from there.

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    3. Trump claims to have Scottish relatives, on his mothers side IIRC, and for years before his nomination had a controversial golf course there.

      David Jones adopted the Bowie name to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of The Monkees. He adopted a clearly Scottish family name but never used the Scottish pronunciation. It's said that he adopted the name because of Jim Bowie who the knife was named after. But it's a little odd that the meaning of the word refers to hair colour and he was well known for that attention grabbing orange hair. Apparently he had Irish blood on his mother's side so there is a Gealic connection. It's not that unusual, I guess, a lot of people left Ireland for obvious reasons, Glasgow as well, with the economic problems there.

      I don't really know of any popular fiction covering particularly Scottish folk lore or magic. Shakespeare wrote Macbeth but he likely had no clue about what Scottish folklore was in detail and neither did his audience. A lot of Scottish people settled in the USA and had a big influence in many areas so it's not exactly like they are some long lost isolated tribe.

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    4. When I look at Cocteau Twins I also see (jacques) Cousteau Twins

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    5. I think of Jean Cocteau but I don't know what connection he would have to her unless she's a star child he had something to with the creation of.

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    6. Anon: I posted a comment a few months back regarding the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. The series covers a ton of traditional Scottish lore and incidentally has a fascinating “Frasier” connection as one of the primary characters is named James Frasier who is a red headed highlander coming from a family where his father was known locally to be a Selkie. It takes place just prior to and in the years following the Jacobite revolution, the other main character is a woman who magically transports to that time from post WWII Scotland via megalithic standing stones outside Inverness.

      It’s worth a read if only for the fascinating correlation with this blog, but I read the series a decade ago long before I found SSB and loved it just on its own merits.

      Sorry for some reason I can’t get me screen name to come up right now, this is Kate O.

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  12. The Parliament building of Tonga got flattened and was more than 100 years old.
    It's not yet clear where the legislature will sit now.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-13/tonga-cyclone-gita-category-four-causes-widespread-damage/9425298

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  13. That clip of the Dark Mofo Eyes Wide Shut-type party brought back memories, as while I never attended any parties like that when I was down there for Dark Mofo in 2016, I did see Chelsea Wolfe play in that venue during the Dark Mofo festivities.

    https://brizdazz.blogspot.com.au/2016/07/my-pick-of-dark-mofo-would-have-to-be.html

    They don't seem to have that Ferris Wheel anymore that was featured in that 2014 clip outside where the food festival takes place.

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  14. This reminded me of Philip K Dick & all his references to Elijah in his Exegesis so I looked it up. http://www.philipkdickfans.com/literary-criticism/frank-views-archive/philip-k-dicks-final-interview/
    Spoilers for Valis & The Divine Invasion

    The Divine Invasion brings the themes of VALIS into a recognizable sf future of spacecraft and social changes. The actual God of the Old Testament appears as a young boy who must lose his amnesia (a concept called anamnesis, crucial to Dick’s recent work) to defeat the powers that hold the earth in illusion. Along for the ride are the boy’s all-too-human “father,” Herb; the prophet Elijah; and a pop singer suspiciously similar to the author’s favorite, Linda Ronstadt.
    Karin

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    1. The young boy of Valis sounds like the mysterious Anomaly figure who is suspected of being the other side to reality changing events. "Censorship : The Mandela Effect Wreaks Havoc on Quantum Theory and Children's Books" http://modernlifesurvivalist.com/censorship-the-mandela-effect-wreaks-havoc-on-quantum-theory-and-childrens-books. USA Academic Physics Materialism is dead RIP 2018

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    2. Listen 'quantum theory' relates to the/this construct, but not to that which transcends 'it'; which is pretty much everything. (the 'divine spark')
      'MIND' yearning, seeking, hoping; to reconnect.
      "SOPHIA" played by this 'Sibyl'.
      So YEAH, I agree that 'Minority Report' was about "HER".
      And she has multiple manifestations; some REALLY fucked up ones.
      But being a 'Medium', and one born in the year of the 'Dragon' and also an ARIES, I have come across this shit.
      But the 'company' you 'receive' when you open yourself to this 'communication' is QUESTIONABLE!
      Fraser is a SIT IN for the main psychic in 'Minority Report'.
      I see "SOPHIA".
      Maybe I need a good 'Colonic'?

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    3. The Elijah House is a worldwide network of evangelical "healing and deliverance" ministries. They love to tackle demonization and occult "strongholds" inside a person. To what effect, I'm not sure.

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    4. Yes but 'mediumship' ultimately involves the practitioner giving him/herself over to 'other' intelligences.
      These can come across as being 'Angelic' and 'of the LIGHT' but often are NOT.
      Spiritualism and the occult are often hand in glove, even when that is not it's intention.
      That is why I finally got out of it; I saw negative influences in most of the 'mediums' I worked with/encountered.
      Once again most are trying to channel positive entities, but are just tapping into the demonic.
      Unfortunate.
      The TOTAl BULLSHIT 'Evangelical' movement aligns with the demonic INTENTIONALLY; a BIG difference!

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  15. Chris -- the Southern Hemisphere probably threw you off. Gita is moving west towards Australia, but is forcast to miss it and turn towards New Zealand... those divergent lines are forecast tracks.

    A mirror of how hurricanes move in the Atlantic

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    1. The Shirtless Tongan made his debut during the 2016 Summer Olympics where he became a twitter sensation for lonely overweight Women.

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  16. Chris, I'm sure you are already aware of this, but for anyone else reading: according to the autopsy of Stephen Paddock, he died at midnight, October 2. A whole 14 hours after he supposedly committed suicide. The autopsy also reports blunt injuries on his extremities... firing a rifle would have hurt like hell if the injuries happened before the shooting. Maybe after they told the media he had committed suicide, it was imperative that he ended up dead.

    The Winter Olympics I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around. The American athletes that get the headlines all seem to be ethnically from the area (South Korea, Japan) even though born in America. Twitter goes bananas about a monster from an ancient North Korean kingdom that's a bird with a human face. And in the middle of all this, a woman at the head of some peculiar Christian sect in South Korea that had tremendous influence on the former leader of South Korea because she could put her in touch with her deceased parents (no, I'm not kidding), has just been jailed, for stuff that nobody was unduly bothered by during the previous couple of decades. It's damn near impossible to make sense of it all.

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    1. The autopsy report says the body was received with a toe tag which gave the time of death as 1200 hours. A quick read shows no mention of time of death in the body of the report.

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  17. 108 and 1080 are the numbers of the Moon. 1080 being its diameter. A 1080 then is "landing on the moon".

    Eclipses of the Moon are either under the power of the Dragons head or tail, being Rahu and Ketu. Rahu is Pisces/Qph, Ketu is Fire/Shin.

    QRShT is Qph-Raysh-Shin-Tav being Pisces-Mercury-Fire-Moon, being the four corners of the Navagraha square.

    QRST is also Christos/Chrestos being crucified on the Navagraha square.

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    1. the us snowsuits are also Apollo astronaut spacesuits:

      https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2017/11/burton-olympics-snowboard-uniforms-space

      Also the snow events have been at "phoenix park" which has been the center stage so far...

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  18. Published yesterday

    https://bust.com/entertainment/194181-lore-of-murderous-mermaids.html

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  19. The Tongan flag has a serious Swiss cross element going, and well, Tonga isn't exactly well known for their alpine sports. Just musing if the the Tongan skier is a stand-in for Switzerland - that "tiny island nation".

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    1. Actually, the flag consists of a red field with a white canton charged with a red couped cross. Via wikipedia: "Upon his accession to the throne, the king sought to design a new flag for the nation, one that would represent Christianity". It appears to have been inspired by the British cross of St. George (the dragon slayer).

      It is curious that 8 years ago at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, CA, Nodar Kumaritashvili the Georgian luger was killed on opening day. His country's flag also employs the Red Cross of St. George.

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    2. The Tongon Govt is incompetent corrupt and evil for selling out to communist china.

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  20. It just struck me that the tide pod [meme] looks like an orange and blue cyclone / hurricane.

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    1. I guess the millennials raised on eating brightly colored breakfast cereals are merely reacting to their childhood programming of artificial colors being "tasty". Not that Gen X's nor even baby boomers didn't get that same programming but something gone seriously amiss that the biological imprint of self-preservation is seriously degraded within the younger generation. Lean-drinking and "molly" obsessed mumble-rappers also fall in that self-annihilation impulse as well.

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  21. Funny thing about minority report I noticed when watching it was how it was so badly put together, like a collage of contradictory things. Even for such a haphazard director as Spielberg (just go back and watch 1941, close encounters and jurassic park for reference) it felt shoddy and bizarre, as if they had been shooting from several scripts and later trying to make sense of the footage during the editing. I will be interested in your take on it, thanks.

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    1. Im going to have to rewatch it. I didnt get that impression before with the storyboard, but my focus may have been elsewhere. The Minority Report precogs seem almost exactly the same character-concept as the base ship hybrids in Battlestar Galactica. A theme of machine-human hybrids that transcend time and can see the future. Awesome as a sci fi concept. Maybe not so awesome if they become reality.

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    2. Look they are just tapping into 'MIND'; many 'aspects' of 'MIND'.
      Just WHAT is actually behind 'MIND' has yet to be expressed; TRIED for SURE.
      The cosmic soup has multiple ingredients.

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    3. Search "American Dad Spileberg Goonies Remake" and "Spielberg Essay by Crispin Glover"

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  22. Them Siren worshipers are certainly giving those Lovecraftian Cthulhu-kidz a run for their money with their ongoing mega-ritual to annihilate humanity or is terraforming Earth for something else more apporiate choice of words.

    Speaking of Lovecraftian.... y'all remember that mega-tsunami back in 2004? Apparently the coordinates of the origin of that cataclysmic event which killed a quarter of a million people was the almost the exact coordinates given in a H.P. Lovercraft's “The Call of Cthulhu”.

    There was a video online that spoke about it but alas I can no longer find it on Youtube at least for now. However, similar info was covered within Peter Levenda's "The Dark Lord: H.P. Lovecraft, Kenneth Grant, and the Typhonian Tradition in Magic".

    Lavenda even noted a a sunken Pagoda was revealed during that catacylism; "Just before the tsunami struck, local residents saw the ocean pull away from the coastline as if being inhaled by something far out to sea. As the ocean rolled away, the sunken temple complex was revealed, showing the missing pagodas, only to be swallowed again when the roiling sea water returned."

    All that is made worse because Tonga is sitting within a region known as "The Ring of Fire" as a known area of underwater volcanic activity.

    "The resulting tsunami devastated the South Pacific islands of Tonga and Samoa."

    "An estimated 192 people died as four waves each more than five metres high surged inland."

    "Earthquakes and tsunamis are a common feature of the Pacific. The region - known as the Ring of Fire because of its many volcanoes - is one of the most geologically active parts in the world"

    "In 2004, a massive 9.1 magnitude earthquake triggered the infamous Boxing Day Tsunami. This catastrophic event killed nearly a quarter of million in 14 countries throughout the Pacific and Indian oceans."

    http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-11013048

    They may be summoning a water entity i.e. the Siren but they are clearly playing with fire.

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    1. Yes for sure; Lovecraft was trying to tell us something.
      Your post reminded me of the movie 'Pacific Rim'.

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    2. Man!.... Those Tongariki people's are a resilient force to contend with. I think they were the first surfers.

      https://youtu.be/Y9znA_dwjHw

      They were all around the Pacific back in the day. The tides must have brought them west.

      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.traveller.com.au/easter-island-and-the-mystery-of-the-moai-gphksa&ved=2ahUKEwiZrOKPm6bZAhUoilQKHQXVCAYQFjAeegQIDRAB&usg=AOvVaw3snHllGwA7qUfXU4ILnoIN

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  24. I thought you might find this article interesting. It's about an ancient map(1562) that shows two mermaids holding what appears to be UFOs. The artist who drew the map has the wonderful name, Hieronymus Cock.

    http://metro.co.uk/2018/02/13/ancient-map-show-mermaid-holding-flying-saucer-7309738/

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    1. Interesting headline given the current programming.
      However, mermaids with mirrors and combs go back to at least the early medieval period.
      https://artmirrorsart.wordpress.com/2013/02/23/mirror-with-a-fish-tail/
      Check out the tapestry towards the end. Transition chimera between classical siren and mermaid.

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  25. I can't shake that the symbols and rituals were created and prepared at least a year ago (or more) - so what's next? Is there a "next"?

    BTW - I see the Vegas residency by the pop stars etc. as containment and oversight. Their programming might not hold if they're allowed out in the world too much anymore these days.

    -D.

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    1. OA

      https://goo.gl/images/MSp3Gd

      Burning Bush.

      https://youtu.be/4WSjCj-lElA

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  26. Meanwhile...

    http://baltimorepostexaminer.com/las-vegas-coroner-stephen-paddock-died-one-day-committed-suicide/2018/02/11

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  27. If we examine your theory, then your notional neo-Masonic elite invoked a spirit which proceeded to wreck a corner of their Hemisphere - i.e they hexed themselves.
    If this elite existed, what would be the chances of them making a stupid mistake like that?
    (What would make this theory even more perplexing...oh yes, suggesting it was prophesized and/or inadvertently-triggered by Our Beloved Elizabeth.
    Btw: When a clean recording of Siren Song become available to stream, will you provide a link? ...blah blah blah Tanya Tagaq...blah blah blah she almost stole the show on Medulla/Drawing Restraint.

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    1. Just checked photos of band members of Massive Attack and those guys can't hide the bad energy.Pure mk evil coming from their eye!

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  28. Very interesting topics here and before.
    Scotland reminds me singer Scott Weiland & Stone temple pilots.

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  29. Look this synchro from Weilands wikipedia site:Weiland one of three "voices of the generation" alongside Kurt Cobain and Layne Staley.

    Whatabout that photo from in utero where Cobain wears shirt
    that show airplanes and TWIN towers?
    Theres a story about that dream machine.

    Also Cobain sings about Lake Of fire.Look North Dakota map.
    Its there.Devils Lake and also cities Stanley ,Portal and Fargo.

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    1. When I look at Marjory I see “majority”. Majority Report?

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  31. Austrailia run by Bilderberg Group via forced vaccines,fluoride,GMO food,pesticides and plenty of mind control tv entertainment for mindless masses.

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    1. Hey, they made Skippy and Flying Doctor, they cant be all that bad!

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    2. 14/2/18 School massacre in Florida, 17 dead so far. 17.

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  32. Passing along a Vegas article

    http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/37504095/bull-captured-in-las-vegas-neighborhood

    Also, concerning Minority Report, it struck me that it doesn't really seem like a Speilberg movie, but has more of a Kubrick feel to it. Maybe another project like A.I.
    that one started and the other finished? Or maybe it's just me.

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  33. Chris,

    This pic of the alleged Florida HS gunman shows hair died orange and an eagle emblem on his JROTC shirt.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5392559/Multiple-victims-Florida-school-shooting.html

    An Ash Wednesday Valentine's massacre. RIP to those lost.

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  34. Unrelated to this fantastic post.... but i digress...

    Until further updates I'm sure those of us keen to Chris' blog have noticed the reporting of "17" deaths in the ongoing saga of school shootings in the US and our spidey sense started tingling. While scouring the web for the who's, why's and whatnot's I did come across one of the arrest photos of the reported shooter.... https://ibb.co/bVXQi7 (link is to the arrest photo I found) Notice the downward (falling eagle) on the arrested party's (Jesus Cruz shirt.

    So... was this a school shirt and the former student was looking to blend in... I started to wonder? And sure enough Marjory Stoneman Douglas High is represented by the Eagle mascot. I'm sure we'll find more syncs (and possible rotten stinks) the more we look into this. And yes, I did see the previous comment that Marjory means pearl.

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  35. First article I’ve read on the shooting, interviews a student name Christina Vega... http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-florida-school-shooting-20180214-story.html

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  36. Oh come on... further down in the article with Christina Vega, another student is interviewed - Hannah Siren! http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-florida-school-shooting-20180214-story.html

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    1. Quote,
      I keep banging on about this because our futures might well depend on figuring what the fuck she was trying to tell us. Or rather, what someone-- or something --was using her to tell us.

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    2. Another student is identified as Jude. From "Judas/Judah," meaning "Praise." As well as the Patron Saint of Lost Causes. Another, Aidan, from the Irish "Áed," as in "Fire," and another identified only as Sebastian, noted Martyr and repeat-stabbing victim.

      "Fraser Yachts" is nearby, in Ft Lauderdale.

      I'll eat my hat if this year's April Fools Easter Sunday doesn't coincide with awful.

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    3. The shooting and the Siren ritual coincided with our own Ceremonial Aquaman Michael Phelps announcing the birth of his second son.

      They named him "Beckett."

      From an English surname which could be derived from various sources, including from Middle English beke meaning "beak" or bekke meaning "stream, brook".

      "Phelps" is "Son of Phillip."

      "Phillip" is "Lover of Horses."

      STREAM + HORSE = KELPIE

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    4. Damn.
      I have generally been jaded and stoic about mass shootings in American society. My work is surrounded by violence and trauma and I am well acquainted with, and equipped for, staring into the abyss.
      Since Vegas these events have begin to evoke an extremely dire and desolate thousand-yard stare within my core. A gaze not detached from the horror but fixed on a dread horizon pregnant with cold malice.

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    5. Wow that article is putting it front and center. Notice also they threw in "to kill a 'mockingbird'".

      RIP victims. So much tragedy.

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  37. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEaecUuEqfc

    this video seems to explain what might be driving (intellectual) force behind the obsession with the idea of "simulated universe" in the sillycon/silicylon valley.

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    1. We are living in a fake MEDIA 'existence' where truth is censored creating a Simulated reality....The Universe is Holographic and governed by Consciousness."Consciousness cannot be computed and never will be."

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    2. I agree, and well stated, but 'AI' and 'Consciousness' have nothing to do with each other, so your statement is essentially correct.
      But you can JACK the 'Simulation' and use that for nefarious agendas, which is what we exist in; this 'reality' (illusion)
      And there are positive and negative aspects of consciousness; we are seeing the PUSH/PULL of the extreme shadow aspects of this now; I think the real 'agenda' of 'Media' to begin with.

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  38. So, this "spell" or "working," the implication is that a bunch of demon-approved creative types get a paid assignment to create a giant storm. Do the creative types know this in advance and know what the target or intent is, or are they just useful idiots? Seems like the same question could be asked about Chris Cooper on the X-files reboot. How much would he need to know? Also, is the storm the desired result of the storm, or is the storm only part of the desired result?

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