Thursday, February 22, 2018

Dubai Gets Pearly for New Nephilim Genesis


How y'all doing today? Feeling good? Yeah?


Terrific.


Well, I don't know about you but I sure as hell am in a coma. So either you're all just figments of my imagination or you're all in comas too and we're communicating via unconscious telepathy, what they euphemistically call the "Coma Internet."


So let's get into it.








The World Government Summit just wrapped up in Dubai (AKA Splashdown City, AKA Babylon Prime) and boy, these Globalist chappies sure seem like they're in a hurry, alright.

I'm not sure why, but there seems to be a sense of urgency among the OWG set, almost as if the timetables have been moved up. 

Maybe 'OuMuaMua (meaning,"Scout in Advance of an Invasion") wasn't just a phallic hunk of rock after all.

If you aren't clued into the recent history and extremely high weirdness connected to Splashdown City here, please click the Dubai tag at the bottom of this post and prepare to be very, very unsettled.


As we saw before, no less a luminary than Neil DeGrasse Tyson declared Dubai to be the "City of the Future." Now I know he can say some awful stupid stuff now and then, but in this instance the T-man is right on the money.  

Whether or not it's a future any of us care to live in is another matter entirely.


I'm not sure if he knows exactly why he's right on the money, however. 

Is Neil DeMike Tyson familiar with Oannes, the OG merman who did his civilizing business along the Persian Gulf here? I would think someone must have brought it up with him at some point in his career. 

Maybe at a lodge meeting.




You can't help but wonder if the "massive dome" planned for Dubai's 2020 Expo is part of the future Tyson is referring to here. 

Interesting that they would plan to control the environment in such a fashion, particularly since all that glass would surely magnify the relentless sun pounding down on the city, making the interior a challenge to cool. 




For now, I'll keep this little exchange from Torchwood: Children of Earth out of my mind. I know, I know; call me crazy but that's just where my mind goes when I think of glassed-in environments like the Dubai Dome there. 

That's Scottish actor Peter Capaldi there, best known these days as the 12th Doctor, the pre-transition Doctor. 

Just think, you can tell your grand-mermaids one day, "and Doctor Who used to be a male.  A human male! Can you believe that?"






And because size definitely matters in Dubai, the world's tallest hotel just opened there. I can't help but wonder why. Expecting a lot of visitors in the near future, are we? 

And do you suppose it's just a coincidence the Gevora is designed to look like an Egyptian obelisk? If so, what do you make of the Masonic blue and gold interior color scheme? Leave your thoughts in the comments section. 

Let me know what you think "Gevora" actually refers to as well.




And just as a reminder it was at the World Government Summit that Ian Pearson recommended we merge with AI in order to escape obsolescence. In other words, we need to bind the Pearly to our souls.


With (the lucky, lucky, penny) Penny. 



Y'know; the lucky Penny that binds the Pearly to our souls. When the Ruby stars are ruddy. 




Now, I know I'm batshit crazy and all but I told you all a while back that one of the emerging archetypal dominants we'll be seeing in the days to come is the Pearl, and sure enough it's already being rolled out in the customary fashion, starting with the rarified worlds of high fashion (see Gucci's 2018 line and the Heidi Klum Venus photoshoot). 

We'll be looking into this rollout soon enough so you have something to look forward to.

And now, right on schedule, our friends in Dubai take up the pearly cudgel. 
From the mind of legendary Artistic Director Franco Dragone, the Al Habtoor Group brings you La Perle, Dubai’s new live entertainment masterpiece. Located in the heart of Al Habtoor City, the show is a one-of-a-kind experience with breath-taking aqua and aerial feats in the tailor-made, state of the art, intimate 1,300 seat theatre.
Now, I haven't really studied the video of the event too closely yet but the cover-story that La Perle is supposed to be some kind of grand historical allegory on the history of Dubai makes about as much sense to me as the Millennium Dome Show being an allegory about the history of Great Britain. 

And by "as much," I mean "fuck-all."

Franco Dragone is one of the original Cirque du Soleil producers, which you can clearly tell by the video of the performance. But when I hear "Dragone" and "Pearl" you know the first thing I think of....
"And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born."
 

Gucci, always eager to help, gave us an eyeful of this young, um, model at their Milan presentation, holding a baby dragon. More on that display soon as well.

Interesting top there. You could interpret those white dots as Pearls or a Third of the Stars of Heaven, depending on your preference.


It doesn't matter because they're both the same thing anyway. Which is why you're going to be seeing a lot of Pearls in the future.





Anyhow, the theatre at La Perle is not only an "aqua-aerial" venue, we also see some of the expected numerology on full display. Meaning 13 and 9+9+9.




And the show itself has the requisite Masonic symbology. And by Masonic I mean that in the traditional Sumero-Akkadian-Babylonian sense, the royal cult of the King as "Great Architect of Heaven."

Plus it has all kinds of people dropping from the sky and all the rest of it. Regular readers expect nothing else at this point.




Just in case you've never seen it, do watch this mind-boggling even from 2008 at the Atlantis Palm, on the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.  Bear in mind this is an Islamic city-state governed under Sharia law. And that the firework display could be seen from space. 

Do watch the first part as well. I mean, you have plenty of time, being in a coma and everything.




And set your calendars because there's another one of those coming up next year. 



Now, here's the deal: I've heard all the theories and theologies about the Nephilim and Genesis 6:4 and the Book of Enoch and so on and so forth for a very long time. 

I didn't really pay it all too much mind until I looked into the Millennium Dome Show, an event hardly anyone has heard of and no one seems to actually remember.

Then I started paying the Nephilim a lot of mind. 

This was Great Britain's big to-do for the new millennium and went along with the London Eye (or the London OA) and all the rest of that jolly rot. The project was started by John Major's government and then finished by noted war criminal, Tony "Baloney" Blair.

So this wasn't just some lark by some theatrical troup. This all meant something to someone.

The production was supervised by the late Mark Fisher-- the grand-daddy of the mass public rituals we're all so familiar with these days-- and the music was composed by none other than Mr. Globalism himself, Peter "Blofeld" Gabriel. 

Who, as some of you may remember, rose to fame as the lead singer of Genesis.

Here's some major bullshit for you from the BBC:

"The message at the show is that our social and technical experiences of life come in cycles and the millennium marks the moment to be optimistic about the future," said (Mark) Fisher.

Dome organisers, the New Millennium Experience Company, added: "Fisher and Gabriel have created a timeless piece of visual story-telling, a contemporary fable."This is the story of a family in transition, each generation struggling with the coming and the passing of their own time."
From Gabriel's site:
Created by Mark Fisher and Peter Gabriel, OVO - The Millennium Show, was universally acclaimed as the most successful entertainment in the Dome. 160 performers and 60 technicians staged the show three times every day during the year 2000; a total of 999 performances. The show was seen by 6.5 million people.  
The show sketched a parable of man's relationship with the earth - innocence, corruption and enlightenment - in three spectacular technical and acrobatic tableaux.
What was it all about you may ask? 
The Romeo-and-Juliet-like story told of a feud between the earth-people and the sky-people. A young boy from the sky and a young girl from the earth fell in love, but the feud between their people made it difficult for them to meet.
Eventually the earth-people suffered a crushing defeat, which ultimately led them to unite with their sky enemies. At the end of the show, the lovers flew together into a better future.
All of which adds up to the Sons of Heaven come to Earth and find the Daughters of Men quite comely. The Earth folk steal the Sky-People's technology or some shit and then a war starts and then Elizabeth Fraser blows up the Tower of Babel. The end.


 


The Tower(s) that get blown up were consciously modeled on the Tower of Babel or the Etemenanki. It/they were blown up 999 times through the entirety of y2K. Then this:
The Millennium Show is steeped in the imagery of William Blake's great epic poem, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, and features fire-breathing Mad Max-style contraptions doing battle with with the "earth people" and their huge dragonflies.
Yes, quite literally the Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Since as the official comic book of the Millennium Dome Show unambiguously portrays the Sons of Heaven/Sky-People as demons of the air.




Demons of the air, Sons of Heaven, Angels who watch. Pick your favorite.

BOOK OF ENOCH, CHAPTER VI. 1-4 And it came to pass when the children of men had multiplied that in those days were born unto them beautiful and comely daughters. 
And the angels, the children of the heaven, saw and lusted after them, and said to one another: 'Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men and beget us children.'  
And Semjâzâ, who was their leader, said unto them: 'I fear ye will not indeed agree to do this deed, and I alone shall have to pay the penalty of a great sin.' 
And they all answered him and said: 'Let us all swear an oath, and all bind ourselves by mutual imprecations not to abandon this plan but to do this thing.'
That'll do. Doubling back to the BBC report:
In the end, said Ms Page, "a child is born symbolising hope. We think it is a modern, timeless story with a subversive edge. It's also a story where the girl gets the boy..."
Bear in mind all of this was supposed to have something to do with Great Britain-- especially London-- standing at the threshold of the new millennium. And here's the lucky couple with their little Nephilim hybrid, Ovo. Ain't he cute?

"The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of man and they bore children to them. These were the mighty men who were of old, the men of renown."-Genesis 6:4
Pretty much.

Check out the video (you may have to watch it at YouTube) and you'll see a lot of the very same kind of acrobatics you see in La Perle. 

Wait. Hold on a sec...

I'm receiving signals to my Reynolds Wrap beret that that may in fact not be a random coincidence. The message isn't entirely clear...demons of the air, weird symbolism, shrill sopranos singing....

Let me try to get back to you on that.





Through some bizarre new kind of acausal happenstance, the Super Bowl Halftime Show that ran concurrently with the Millennium Dome Show took on some of the same flavor. The ostensible theme was The Lion King (meaning "Regulus") or Tomorrowland or whatever,  but the stage set featured a cruciform giant for some inexplicable reason. 

Enrique Iglesias and Cristina Aguilera warbled that "we can touch tomorrow today," which reminded me quite a bit of "make tomorrow today" at the Millennium Dome. Must be pareidolia of the ears or something.

Edward James Olmos pops up now and then to assure us that Sages of Time have returned to unite the nations of the world because the Gateway of Time has opened. 

Huh. I don't remember that from The Lion King. Is my memory shot?




And Phil Collins pops up and sings some shitty soundtrack song. Phil Collins, who replaced Peter Gabriel as lead singer in Genesis.

And the whole thing kicks off with a Sorcerer's Apprentice. Believe it or not.





Incidentally, the St. Louis Jupiter-Amonns beat the Tennessee Mighty Men of Old (formerly the Houston Purity Controls).




I don't know for sure if the Millennium Dome crowd was involved in Super Bowl 34's halftime but it wouldn't surprise me if they were. 


We do know they were involved in the closing ceremony at the London Olympics in 2012. And should expect nothing else.

Compare and contrast the imagery seen there with the imagery at Super Bowl's 49 and 51.



Just as with the Millennium Dome Show, someone seemed to want to rub the Our Lady all over their magical working for good luck. She performed her only solo concerts ever in the shadow of the OA Eye three days before the Olympic closing ceremonies, wearing the haircut and white-pearl jacket-skirt combo Pink Opaque seemed to be sampling at the recent Super Bloody Blue Moon Bowl.

Our Lady's guitarist for those 2012 shows?



Steve Hackett. 

Formerly of Genesis.






Similarly, Our Lady appeared-- looking quite adorable in a white three-piece suit, I might add-- at Royal Albert Hall to talk about Blue Bell Knoll for some completely unknown reason on July 23, the first day of Leo (or the Lion King). She's a Virgo, of course. 

This was exactly two months before the 9/23 Virgo-Leo alignment and ten weeks before Heaven turned upside down in Las Vegas. As regular readers know, the knoll of a bluebell is a death omen in Scottish witchcraft. 

In fact, bluebells are also called "Dead Man's Bells" up there.

But I think something else happened at Royal Albert Hall not too long after...




Oh, that's right. On Halloween. Even though the Masons' tercentennial was actually June 24th. Go figure.



But that was 100 days after Royal Albert was consecrated by Our Lady's presence.




Playing at Royal Albert Hall now is OVO, the new show by Cirque Du Soleil about bugs or something.




Not to be confused with this OVO, the soundtrack album to the Millennium Dome Show.

Of course, OVO means "egg."



Around 1917, in New York, Crowley drew the image of this ‘praeter-human intelligence’, after performing a ritual now known as the ‘Alamantrah’ working.  
During this experiment, a discarnate entity urged Crowley to “find the egg”, and it seems, at some point, Crowley experienced contact with this large headed entity we have come to know as LAM. 




And just in case you may not hang on my every word, let me remind you/inform you that we've seen two recent Aussie tributes to Our Lady, one at the Sydney Festival and one here in Perth.

Why on flat earth would they do such a thing, you may ask?


Because "the Voice of God." That's why enough for anyone.
.


...that working was performed here, a little corner of Perth framed by Elizabeth Quay, David Carr Park and Fraser Avenue. As in "Elizabeth Davidson Fraser." That's what we call a FLAP, or Fraser Locality Alignment Pattern.

Hey man, stop giving me the stink-eye. I'm just telling you like it is.


MEANWHILE, BACK IN DUBAI




Some of you might of seen this photo of accused Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's ladylove Marilou Danner posing on Jumeira Beach in front a famous Dubai landmark.

So, I'm sure some of you are relieved. We're in the United Arab Emirates, safely away from any kind of weird, impossible connections to that obscure and rather-odd singer Chris keeps droning on about like an escaped mental patient. 

No crazy syncs or alignment patterns here, right? I mean this is halfway around the world from London. 

We're safe here. Phew.


PSYCHE!

Sorry, but there is no safe space on the planet from the #FraserEffect. 

Two blocks over from that beach we get this somewhat low-intensity but tantalizing "Elizabeth Davidson Fraser" FLAP, out of order but all in a row. 

In Dubai. Not London, not Falkirk, not even New York. 

DUBAI. Was not expecting that, even though I should have done.





As you can see here, that world-famous Palm Jameirah--and Atlantis-- is neatly framed by Elizabeth Spa and Fraser Suites. 


In Dubai. In the United Arab Emirates. In the Persian Gulf. 

Not exactly earth-shaking, mind you. But still-- it doesn't rightly belong there.




And all you OG Sunners remember the date palm- meaning the predominant type of palm in that part of the world- is scientifically called the Phoenix.




Like this Phoenix from the 2012 London Olympics. 

Oh, but hold on your tinfoil...




...because Fraser Suites is located in the Flamingo Villas section of Dubai...




...which brings us to yet another Phoenix.




And in yet another fluke in the space-time continuum we see Precogs Agatha, Dashiell and Arthur the Cocteau Twins standing beneath the front entrance to the Flamingo in 1990...




Directly to the right of what I believe is the very first reference to Jeff Buckley in a major media venue (he's not even called by name) and certainly the first mention of him in relation to Our Lady, Queen Dowager of Sibyls.

Don't ask me why but this relationship seems to have some cosmic importance. I hope you realize that by now. And if not, click on the "The Siren" tag and start reading.




And just because we are all either in a coma or D::Wave is fucking with us again, we see this FLAP of (Song to the) Siren Palace, (Heaven or Las) Vegas Nightclub and Pearl (Dewdrops' Drop) Jumeirah, all within a couple blocks of each other.

In Dubai. In the United Arab Emirates. In the Persian Gulf. 




Back to La Perle, there's a waterfall in the show for some reason...


...which may be a reference to these very pearly Dewdroppers at the Dubai Waterfall...




...or maybe to the "fallen angel" visual cue at the beginning of the "Pearly Dewdrops' Drops" video. I'm not sure.




There are also these human seahorses...




...reminding us yet again of the discovery of seahorse colonies in the stretch of the Thames between where Our Lady peformed during the 2012 Olympics and where her Voice of God brought down the towers during the Millennium Dome Show.


There's also this pearl-drop prop in which acrobats perform...


...and this here Nephilim.

La Perle is currently the #1 attraction in Dubai. But something tells me it's about Dubai's future, not its past.

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