Monday, February 05, 2018

Shocker! PhilaeDelphi Vegas Win Super Bowl! Unexpected!


Fall, Eagle, Fall!


After watching the Super Bowl tonight I came to the realization there are only two possibilities: either I am in a coma and you're all part of my coma-dream, or Reality as we once knew it is indeed dead and buried, kaput, over, done with.

The Philae-Delphi Vegas beat the New Atlantis Baphomets in a game marked by calls so surreal and inexplicable that the normally-staid and conventional team of Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth couldn't quite believe that they were seeing, and let everyone know in no uncertain terms. And even they missed another howler.

Poor guys. They weren't copied on the memo announcing Reality's untimely passing.





No one seemed to tell them that the poster up top there pretty much spelled out who was going to win, by depicting an Eagle as a giant and a Patriot as a Blue Man standing in front of a black pyramid with an illuminated capstone.




I think you probably recognize the illuminated black pyramid as Luxor Las Vegas, and are sick of me reminding you that "Vega" actually means "falling eagle." 


Note downward orientation of Eagles logo.


After several deadly-boring hours of nonstop shenanigans we had the traditional ritual procession of the Sacred Phallic Idol of Conquest, which many of the victorious Vegas leaned over to kiss and fondle. 


Surely the Sacred Phallic Idol will bless the Vegas and fill them with the strength to crush their opponents, see their enemies driven before them and to hear the lamentations of their women. 

Adore the Idol, Vegas. Let it plant the seeds of triumph inside you. 




Do note the final tally, in which the Baphomets lost to the Vegas by a score of 41-33. The Vegas could well have gone for another field goal but got a little cocky towards the end. I think they were all anxious to kiss the idol and lost focus.

Either way, I hope they won't be thrown back into Tartarus for failing to reach the All-Important 44.

Since both teams beat the Atlantis Falcons, this Super Bowl announced that the Age of Horus is over and all the Illuminist and Masonic symbolism-- 33 and Baphomet and the rest of that fusty old bother-- has fallen before the all-consuming majesty of the Vegas. 



We got this message loud and clear with this Dodge Ram ad; Baphomet (or Pan or Jupiter Amonn or whomever) was built to serve. Serve the Vegas.  

Either way, the game got so tedious that I worked on my iPad during play and only paid attention during the commericals.

And they sucked ass too.

It was pretty much wall-to-wall Globalist propaganda from start to finish. I was wondering if I got trapped in a VR remake of Rollerball or Logan's Run because it was one hive-mind message after the next, with the odd AI horror story blended into the witches' brew.


And some overripe One World Religion messaging too, such as in this Toyota ad in which a Rabbi, a priest, an imam and a Buddhist monk learn to find surcease from their ancient superstitious squabbles in the all-consuming spectacles of the NFLim.

Toyota's new slogan is literally "We're All One Team." Which they actually borrowed from Hillary Clinton.

No, seriously.

Not sure if they were riding in a Toyota Isis.


Or an ISIS Toyota.


Hyundai got in the act by recasting TSA airport scanners as "Hope Detectors," in a spot that deftly whitewashed police-state tactics.  

Underneath the politically-correct pandering you could hear the stolid voice of John Houseman telling us all that the Super Bowl was indeed created to demonstrate the futility of individual effort. And the game must do its work. 


The Vegas even used a Diet Coke spot as an opportunity to roll out one of their new models. This one is just a stripling- they'll be a good ten feet tall once they come into their majority.


Stranger Thing's David Harbour starred in a series of ads for Tide, in which mock spots were quickly shown to be Tide ads, somehow implying that maybe all the Super Bowl ads are Tide ads. And maybe I am in a coma.

I guess Tide wanted everyone to be as puzzled as a newborn child and as riddled as, um,  the tide. 


One of the mock ads featured this visual, which some of you may recognize. 


From this.


The overly-blatant Templar messaging carried over into this spot-- a house ad for the NFLim-- in which Eli Manning and Odell Beckham reenact the big dance scene from Dirty Dancing, joined by a number of their New York Men-of-Renown teammates.


"Touchdowns to come." 

Well, the spot was historically accurate, Templar-wise. But I think the NFL actually aired this to prime the audience for the Phallus of Conquest procession. 

I think just such a ritual was actually cited by the Office of the Inquisition during the trial of Jacques DeMolay. Ask Tracy Twyman, she knows that history better than me.

Bonus factoid: the New York Men-of-Renown beat Twin Brady and the New Atlantis Baphomets twin times at the Super Bowl.


And Amazon really jammed hard on that funky Luciferian pocket, including the Fallen One in its sports for Alexa and the Echo. 

It's so comforting to find out that a company as dominant as Amazon seems to have a thing for the Original Angel, don't you think? Well, you can say one thing for them; they sure do know what side of the bread the butter is on.


Of course, we had Justin Timberlake doing the Halftime Show and it was as fucking terrible as you've heard it was. Is this guy really a superstar? 

Even so, the symbolism was quite Secret Sunny. Notice the stairs; Justin seems to be in an underground room lit in deep blue, given the effect of being underwater. Or trapped in the Abyss.


The effect's heightened when he ascends the stairs singing whatever the fuck tuneless crap  chartbuster he happened to be pretending to sing.


And of course he was flying the Orange, as were many of the dancers. But there were so many people running all over the place shimmying and shaking and so many idiots jumping around pretending to play musical instruments it all got numbing very quickly.


Timberlake flew even more Orange on the Jimmy Sacred Fallon Procession Show on NBC,  the Emotional Support Peacock network.


Lady Gaga, fresh from her adoration of the Vegas at the Grammys, sent JT her best.


Then all the usual sputter-addicts on Twitter sputtered off because Timberlake went ahead and used footage of Prince for his cover of "I Would Die for You," which is actually my favorite Prince song.

Me, I was actually enormously grateful to hear a song with an actual melody. Plus, did I mention that "I Would Die for You" is actually my favorite Prince song?

Plus, it was released the same month as Treasure.


But it was inevitable that Prince would show up, given his connection to Minneapolis and the need to insert symbolism for Regulus in the ceremony...


...as well as a tangential connection to you-know-who.


And of course Timberlake was raised upstream from the Memphis harbor in which a certain Shepherd Boy went to his watery grave.

Speaking of water, there was water symbolism all over the place during the commercials, including one bizarre ad for Stella Artois in which Matt Damon referred to a beer glass as a "chalice."

 Meaning a cup used in a religious ritual. A ruddy cup, perhaps.


Oh, the camera kept cutting away to MLB superstar Mike Trout (of the Pearly Gate Archangels of Inanna's Home) who's also a major Philae-Dephi Vegas fan.

No, seriously. Trout.



Katy Perry, sitting in bad-sales jail somewhere (either that or on tour), was nowhere to be found but for some absolutely inexplicable reason Joe Perry turned up in a spot for Monster headphones, inexplicably starring Iggy Azalea. Not that I minded- Azalea isn't very hard to look at.



Let's wind the clock back to the beginning; Leslie Odom (no relation to Kyle that I know of) stood upon the Sacred Harp of Apollo and delighted the crowd with a rendition of "America the Beautiful", backed by a children's choir.


The female members of which all wore sweaters studded with pearls. OK, fake pearls.


And just in case you didn't catch the reference, the camera zoomed in on the treetrunk-sized arm of Patriot James Harrison, which just so happens to have "Pearl" inked upon it.


Later, the Coke spot had some happy folks passing around a crystal ball for no apparent reason at all.


The crystal not only looked quite Pearly by itself...


...but can also be seen not only on the cover of the "Pearly Dew Drops' Drop" 45 but also The Spangle Maker EP as well. 

Zany coincidence.


Speaking of Pearls, superstar singer Pink was chosen to sing our national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Maker."


Pink Opaque's little Pearl Willow walked on the the field with her mom, which was sweet.


But as I watched Pink Orange Red stand atop the Sacred Lyre of Apollo and belt out "the Star-Spangled Fritillary," I couldn't help but wonder...



...why did she look as if she were paying tribute to Elizabeth Fraser's only solo concerts ever on the River Thames during the London Olympics in 2012? 

Was it because of the whole seahorses thing?




It may not be apparent as first, but aside from the hairstyles, both are dressed in bunchy, layered outfits in white and pearlescent colors (in reverse order here). 

Both are wearing collarless, unfastened jackets with unusual sleeve designs and both are wearing reflective fabrics. 

The frilly-- or frou-frou--hemlines of Fraser's jacket and Pink's skirt form similar silhouettes.

The mottling in Fraser's dress is also quite similar in texture to Pink's fashion-camouflage blouse.

 

Pink's take on the look plays more into her sporty, androgynous image, where Fraser's look more like what you might expect the Oracle of Delphi to wear circa 2012. 

It's basically the kind of thing where someone would tell a designer, "have Pink pay due tribute to the Caledonian Sibyl circa 2012 but not so much it's obvious to the cowans. Then sacrifice several male piglets on the New Moon so that the Vegas may approve of your undertakings." 

I really need to start tallying all this stuff up so you can start to wonder if you're not in a coma too. Maybe we're both in the same coma ward.


Oddly enough, fashion powerhouse tweeted some new jewelry designs Sunday morning, one quite Pearly and one star-spangled. Coincidence?


I'm guessing not, since as reader "High Weirdness Podcast" clued us into, the promotional art for Gucci's 2018 line features both a Siren and some Pearly Dew-Drops dropping.

"It never ends" means exactly that.

UPDATE: #FraserEffect #49



102 comments:

  1. Hey Chris great post, I knew it that Justin Timberlake will be the halftime performer for the superbowl. He earned it ofcourse after making a music video where an orange robot dances and then JT (humannity) disappears in the end...

    Did you watch the full game? I loved the part were the camera was zoomed in on player 69 shaq MASON. AND a couple of minutes later New England scored 7 ponts and moved their tally to 33.

    MASON = 33.

    Gotta love it.

    Neil Degrasse Tyson loved the game too ;p

    https://twitter.com/neiltyson/status/960351970765737986

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    1. Mr. Pink check this :)
      https://i.imgur.com/gdyZy7D.png

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    2. It was quite symbolic that Eagles rusher Brandon Graham got the best of Shaq Mason in the game-ending fumble of Twin Brady.

      Also, check out this shot of Brady running away from a falling Graham with 17 seconds left on the clock:

      https://s.hdnux.com/photos/71/14/36/14993289/3/920x920.jpg

      - Bruno

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  2. Tidings of unusual tides are certainly something to keep an eye out for.

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  3. Speaking of orange, Pink seemed to have a couple narrow bands of orange on the inside lining of her white jacket noticeable as she performed.

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    1. Yes haha, You need to be a master of Secret Sun Scrabble before you get a chance at playing in the Superbowl.

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    2. No one else has mentioned this but the last play of the game had Brady throw a hail mary to his fav receiver the Gronk.
      Did you notice that he was surrounded by 4 'EAgles' when he went up for the catch?
      And no interference call? (didn't even attempt one)
      Kinda reminded me of THIS; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vega

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    3. I second that observation! Pink's jacket was lined with an orange placket.

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  4. Good post Chris, but by focusing on the orange you may not have noticed the Green Man for the 'Man of the Woods'.
    "Osiris, ruler of the underworld and of rebirth and regeneration, was typically shown with a green face."
    Green Man?
    The Green men won and the trophy was carried to the winning team by Daniel Green I think they said.
    "The Green Man motif has many variations.
    Found in many cultures from many ages around the world, the Green Man is often related to natural vegetative (VEGAN?) deities."
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Man
    "Superficially the Green Man would appear to be pagan, perhaps a fertility figure or a nature spirit, similar to the woodwose (the wild man of the woods)..."
    The Rosslyn Chapel even have a page at their website called "Count The Green Men".
    https://www.rosslynchapel.com/visit/things-to-do/count-the-green-men/
    I notice Justin was "on the square" at one point swinging the microphone stand around himself and he did sing 'Cry Me a River' at one point, which I think is on the 'Lady Bird' soundtrack.
    So maybe Saoirse Ronan will get the 'Best Actress' award and 'Lady Bird' 'Best Film' on Oscar night?

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    1. Green also being associated with Lucifer.
      -AKK

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    2. For some reason Darrell Green, formerly of the Redskins, presented the SB trophy to the Eagles, apparently causing great pain in DC. Karma?

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  5. Just noticed at the end of JT's Prince bit, he says "two fingers in the air for Prince tonight" displaying the "V" symbol pointed to the sky at exactly 10:00 on the official video...can't figure the significance of 10?
    Also, there's some LED screen images of actual oranges just as he makes his way to the stage a few minutes in

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    1. Can't figure the significance of 10? Let me enlighten you: Count how many fingers you've got. Also, V is 5 in Roman numerals. This is a detail for people who are just starting on this game. You have to begin at the beginning.

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  6. I’m wondering if anyone noticed P.O. k’s earrings? They were glittery nine point stars that just seemed to jump right out at you.

    One of the gossip sites had this to say: “Twitter users were quick to point out her stunning earrings, too, a starburst Fronay pair that dropped like snowflakes above her shoulders.“

    Dropped, you say?

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    1. That “P.O k’s” bit was definitely supposed to be Pink. My technology was really fighting me on this comment this morning, lol

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  7. The Camera zoomed in on Mason's jersey prior to N.E moving to 33 points and after it was well staged.

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  8. The unspectacular half-time show also featured pearly dew drop’s dropping several times with circular lights cascading down the audience. Did you also notice the pearly LED lights around the necks of fans in the stadium, which lit up to white? At first I thought it was phone lights until timber-lake went into the stands.

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  9. Seriously? “Sensitive Department of Homeland Security documents laying out a response to a simulated biological attack on the Super Bowl and marked “For Official Use Only” were left in the seat pocket of a commercial airplane” https://nypost.com/2018/02/05/homeland-securitys-anti-terror-super-bowl-plans-left-on-plane/

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  10. "The Sleeper must awaken!"

    Even Special Agent Paul Muad Cooper had to pass through the dark twilight realm of a coma to regain his powers.

    Stay strong, bon homme...

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  11. "A man who used the dark web to export and sell the high-strength painkiller fentanyl (linked to the death of *Prince*) has been jailed for eight years.

    Kyle Enos, 25, from Newport used a number of identities to buy and supply "significant amounts" of the opioid in the UK, USA and Canada"

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-42943114

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  12. There's been an effort to try and bring pearls back to fashion. It doesn't' seem to be taking off in the "real world" as they immediately lend a prissy, patrician vibe to any look which is not how women are feeling these days.

    They come up with these things so far in advance and are always hoping to synch a vibe or dictate a look to the masses but that power is diminishing as in the Aquarians age.

    By-the-way to determine if a pearl is real you rub it against your teeth so you can detect the grit which a fake won't have. A good test to apply in other areas of life (sans the rubbing on the teeth).

    -D.

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    1. You still believe that people are somehow immune to marketing? Strange, I noticed they are still buying Cokes. And don't tell me it's because of the great taste. Coke tastes great in the same way that tea tastes great - no, not really, not at all.

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    2. You are determined to be a contrarian...ok.

      I just notice how the whatever passes for mainstream culture isn't "taking" as rapidly or comprehensively as it has in the past.

      As for people drinking Coke. - not my kind of peeps. They're calcifiying themselves both literally and figuratively so I could give a fuck. They're lost.

      -D.

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  13. I should’ve put money on the Vegas in Vegas… I Kept telling everyone who would listen that the eagles woud win this one. Maybe Chris should come up with some sort of semiotics translator app that directly links with the bookies in glitter gulch. There’s money to be made dude. LOL
    Toostoned

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    1. Don't forget there's been a mystery bettor in Vegas who made a bunch betting on the World Series and was making big bets on the Eagles. Again wondering if we're seeing more nerd-gaming of the gambling biz like the MIT blackjack boys, perhaps via AI. Of course the old schoolers will say benching Butler was sketchy enough to raise eyebrows on its own.

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  14. I did endup watching the game, including the weak ass halftime show. Along the falling eagles theme, they could have livened things up by having Timberlame enact the story of Icarus. From now on, I expect my halftime performers to fly/fall through the sky.

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  15. You're not going to believe this --I just saw a road construction flagman with an orange bandana around his neck who looked like...

    I don't believe it myself.

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  16. You said this:
    "It was pretty much wall-to-wall Globalist propaganda from start to finish."

    Isn't this the general theme of all TV advertising these days? A constant stream of pep talks about "never settling," how "progress" can't be stopped & how happiness in the world community is only one smartphone upgrade away. Since the only true progress we make is toward the grave, I'm not exactly sure what corporations mean by "progress." Maybe, in their ideal world, everything in my bank account will eventually "progress" into their bank accounts just before I trip & plunge headfirst into my tomb.

    Football became boring when it mutated into a secular religious cult. When I was a kid, watching games with my dad, it was just a game. My mother hated it. Most girls didn't understand it or want to understand it. And most fans weren't into football cosplay where they dress in overpriced jerseys with some other guy's name on the back. My dad was a lifetime Steeler's football fan yet I could never picture him wearing a Ben Roethlisberger jersey.

    Can't say that I miss any of this. TV just gives me a headache and football, in my opinion, should show more cheerleaders & less buff guys in tight spandex. Maybe if I were a gay man or a closeted gay man, I'd find the unsubtle homoerotic subtext embedded in football much more appealing. As it stands though, I can't muster the energy to actually give a fuck.

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    1. Well, you just explained yourself why they have to show off the guy's muscles. Straight girls aren't attracted to female cheerleaders, you know. They want women to watch the game, too.

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  17. I am in a coma.. because I got shouted out on my favorite blog by the prophet Chris Knowles. Thank you! This gives a whole new meaning to Gucci Gang. Side note- with all the army camouflage being draped on the MK-Celebs do you think that was a signal for more war to come? Plus Prince’s “I Will Die For You” makes me think the war cry is loud and clear..

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  18. There's another interpretation to all this. Maybe they're not triumphant, maybe they're afraid. These people have data and analytics beyond our wildest dreams, maybe the propaganda is hitting a fever pitch of hamfistedness because it just isn't taking root in people's minds anymore. I mean you can practically hear the screams of the corporate sponsors.

    BUY! NO FAMILY, NO RACE, NO NATION! BUY! LOVE YOUR ENEMIES AND BETRAY YOUR CHILDREN. WON'T YOU BUY SOMETHING ALREADY?

    Heh maybe the corporate sponsors are the Vegas all along. Maybe corporations have become a meta-intelligent gestalt entity which are now factory farming humans. Then again, all corporations have boards of directors, and the salaries that pay them not to mind their roles in life have to come from somewhere - higher up the food chain is finance and the interlocking directorate of the global central banks.

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    1. True. In the 19th century, corporations were given all the rights enjoyed by individual citizens -- and none of the responsibilities.

      I left the corporate world when I finally figured out that for all my degrees and languages and research and math and writing skills, as a human I just wasn't capable of perpetrating the daily petty evil and doing systematic harm to others that was very visibly the nature of the corporate ladder.

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  19. The MVP was won by a baby horse! Or a fool, if old english is to be believed.

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    1. OTOH, given the 's' at the end of his name, Foles might mean one who births baby equines or one who deceives.

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    2. Colt's quarterback killed by a truck.The 2 car accident was caused suspected drunk driver just hours after Superbowl.

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  20. Timberlake = Jason Taverner
    Flow My Tears, NBC

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  21. Great write up Chris.

    Twilight Language finds a train crash on Sunday involving a Silver Star train 91. Two fatalities: train engineer Michael Kempf, 54, from Savannah, Ga., and conductor Michael Cella, 36, Orange Park, Fla. Twin Mikes.

    Michael lead the angel team against the fallen ones in the primordial super bowl on high:

    Then war broke out in heaven. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. But he was not strong enough, and they lost their place in heaven. The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him.
    -Rev. 9:7-9

    http://copycateffect.blogspot.com/2018/02/Cayce.html

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  22. 41 backwards is 14, airs of Osirian Archetypal stuff. Reducing further to 5....meaning a newer energy metaphorically taking shape (current wise) on earth imo buddy.

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  23. 41 is 14 backwards indicating archtypes of familiar sorts to the regenerative themes as it applies to a "collective" possibly or at least imo. For to 1 for 5 in in that vitruvian archetype in aspect in energy also bearing importance philosphically.

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  24. That eagle poster is mad crazy. And I had Pink pegged as one of the less contaminated of her cohort. Not so much presence on the Vigilant Citizen as some, y'know.

    I take solace from this well-known verse:

    'Elisha said, "Don't be afraid, for those who are with us outnumber those who are with them."' (CSB)

    So I searched and found it in 2 Kings 6:16. What I didn't expect was the next verse:

    'Then Elisha prayed, "Lord, please open his eyes and let him see." So the Lord opened the servant's eyes, and he saw that the mountain was covered with horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha.'

    That fair blew me away...

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    1. Although I enjoy reading this blog, I am also a person of faith. Therefore I don't buy into rosy scenarios of Seven Mountains and Jesus making an unscheduled stop before things get really scary.

      They WILL get scary. Very likely in our lifetime. In fact, they will only get worse from now on, culminating in a conflict that will claim six lives out of seven. I do believe that God may strengthen some of us to face that conflict. And if we perish - well, that is the price to pay for entering God's kingdom and hopefully achieving salvation, which was never meant to happen in this world, in this life, on this plane.

      Let's have some faith.

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  25. Chris - Geezus, man. Your posts are proving to be the training ground for recognizing the underlying woo of the wannabe little urban achiever Archons and bloodline Over-hordes. I purposefully watched, as I'm sure many of your Secret Sun archivists and central scrutinizers did as well, looking for the signs and portents and sure enough...there they were. The Superbowl reminds me of those cosmic games that the Maya played where the two teams tried to kick the soccer-sized ball through the impossibly high and tiny stone hoops in order to secure the continuum of the universe. Here at the website, "Social Studies for Kids" dot com, you can read their presentation (yeah, good night and sweet dreams after reading, kids) of what these games meant then and probably still do now:

    "The Mayan Ball Game was a solemn experience, filled with ritual importance. Religious leaders attended, as did most chieftains and other government leaders. Sacred songs were sung and played. Other religious activities took place as well.

    The winners of the game were treated as heroes and given a great feast. The penalty for losing a game was sometimes unusually harsh: death. The leader of the team who lost the game was sometimes killed. This fit in with the Mayan belief that human sacrifice was necessary for the continued success of the peoples' agriculture, trade, and overall health."

    Yup, sounds about right. This is the water, and this is the well. Drink full, and descend.

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  26. Something interesting about the Super Bowl that might not have been apparent to people outside Philly is that fans really embraced the "underdog" marketing. It was kind of weird to see Eagles players depicted as dogs on T-shirts. And fans wearing both Eagles jerseys and dog masks. You'd think the team was the Philadelphia Anubises.

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  27. Another thing... the Eagles have a bald Eagle mascot that flies around the stadium and stuff. Its name is Challenger. I think I know what spaceship the majority of people think of when they hear that name.

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  28. Fallen angels are the good guys! They so loved man that they gave up their divinity for our sake...

    The ram relates to the Age of Aries. Old old aeon. The days when people needed to be told what to do/when humanity did have the metaphysical tools to allow our own fiery impulses to serve our higher aspirations. Slaves shall serve. Make slaves of the masters within us that don't have our best interests at heart.

    Things get flipped and reversed this side of the Abyss...

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  29. Templar ritual?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5352643/Disgusting-moment-Eagles-fan-eats-HORSE-EXCREMENT.html

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  30. Hi,

    Just passing along and article:

    https://sports.yahoo.com/gisele-bundchens-advice-children-super-bowl-loss-share-144745019.html

    Those poor vegas they haven't won since the cast down.

    Also this is part of an email a relative sent, thought some of it was interesting. There's more if interested, but it's fairly long.

    Well known is St. John Bosco's "dream of the two columns" where he foresaw the future difficulties of the Church, envisioned as a ship on stormy seas. Several popes strive to moor the Church and anchor it between two columns which arose amid the dangerous waters. The columns symbolized the two devotions to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and to Mary Immaculate, the Help of Christians. Calm and peace for the Church is won only when one of the popes finally succeeds in anchoring the Church between the two columns.

    Another St. John Bosco dream/prophecy is less-known, which can shed light on interpreting the dream of the two columns.

    The dream/prophecy ends as follows:

    "There shall yet come a violent hurricane. Iniquity is at an end, sin shall cease, and before two full moons shall have shone in the month of flowers, the rainbow of peace shall appear on earth ... Throughout the world a sun so bright shall shine as never seen since the flames of the Cenacle until today, nor shall it be seen again until the end of time."

    Here's an interesting insight that will blow you away ...

    This year, there is a rare occurrence of two full moons in the same month ... two of these in the same year. When this happens, in any month, the second full moon, in that month, is referred to as a "blue moon."

    Get this ...

    On January 31, 2018, a super rare event will occur. This will be a "Super, Blue, Blood Moon." "Super" because the moon is near to the earth. "Blue" because it is the second in a month. "Blood" because it will also be a lunar eclipse.

    Okay, that's pretty cool. But here's the kicker. January 31 is the Feast of St. John Bosco. Is God highlighting St. John Bosco?

    Wait, it get's better.

    Remember that I said there are two Blue Moon events in one year? Want to know when the second one is?

    The second Blue Moon will occur in March, which contains the first day of Spring ... you know, Spring ... when flowers begin to bloom ... "and before two full moons shall have shone in the month of flowers." -St. John Bosco.

    There's more!

    The Blue Moon in March occurs on March 31. What's significant of that date? It coincides with Holy Saturday, which commemorates Our Lord's descent into Hades and the Harrowing of Hell.

    Cheers.

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      Huracan was a Maya creator diety who participated in all three human creations.He is also responsible for the Great Flood of the second human creation. en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurican

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    2. April Showers bring May Flowers, which makes the Blue Moon of May 18,2019, the better candidate

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  31. I hope you're not insinuating that the Ertz play was not a touchdown. He took 3 steps with the ball which qualifies him as a runner. This is always a touchdown.

    Also, to draw the conclusion that the Aeon of Horus is "over" is misguided at best, for it has only just taken the reins!

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  32. Chris,

    Strange that Tide was all over the Super Bowl commercials, following as it did the prior week's heightened awareness of the Tide Pod Challenge, that latest and most dangerous of I-dare-ya foolishness going viral on the Web. Both the Challenge and the commercials seemed to be everywhere ("Panic"?)

    The commercials pushed purity, a sacred cleansing, intruding on all aspects of life. Perhaps the Pod Challenge, in which laughing idiots bite into the toxic cubes, is meant as an anti-sacrament? Darwinian selection, at the very least, virgin-ish sacrifices as the Purified look on.

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    1. David Harbour was made famous for his role on 'Stranger Things'.

      Stranger Things + Tide = Stranger Tides in my mind. 'On Stranger Tides' was the subtitle of the 4th Pirates of the Caribbean movie, which heavily featured mermaids, along with the Fountain of Youth.

      Harbour will be playing Hellboy (a pretty apocalyptic character in his own right) in the reboot of that film series set to release early next year.

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  33. I bet Hollywood is returning to its fundamentalist religion out of fear of going too far away but it's not really working because we don't go back. Orange is a symbol of an offering to Gods. They're performing the old rites and nothing is happening because the adepts are poorly shaped third generation shells.

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  34. I Would Die For You is my favorite Prince tune also.
    And just to point out Purple is the opposite of Orange on the color wheel.
    Cheers to Chris and all the Sun supporters!
    -AKK

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  35. The gods were not appeased, it seems.
    Lots of Pearly Dew Drops Drop(ping) on Wall Street again today.

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  36. In Oregon we actually got a commercial repping Oregon Freemasonry. I can't recall exactly at what point in the game it aired, but I believe it was during the second half.

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  37. Join in the chant! Dilly Dilly!

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  38. Not sure if I am tripping in the coma, but the song in the Pepsi advert. He sings "the Vegas lady".

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  39. Sunday AM a Colts player died in a traffic accident in California.

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  40. http://www.nydailynews.com/amp/entertainment/tv/frasier-star-john-mahoney-dead-77-report-article-1.3801314

    Umm..

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  41. If the Church Of Our Beloved Vegas is serving the world via media spectacle, than this mythologically empty JT show was certainly a wasted chance to worship and to influence. How could this happen?

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    1. I don't deny the crazy ritualism you have documented over and over here on the Sun. It's because of it that the lack of open ritual this time is all the more surprising. Change of strategy?
      BTW, the trophy hovering atop the black pyramid on that Super Bowl poster did remind me of the Hebrew letter Zain, which means sword, and in western chicken cabala is related to Gemini and the tarot trump The Lovers. It is placed on the path that connects Our Lady Whatever in Binah, and the Hungry Guardian Angel in Tipheret. Don't know whether the COOBV cares about cabala, or not.

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  42. I am undoubtedly in the same psych ward CK, sharing your coma. Reality is very malleable these days, and the rulers that be are leveraging it for everything they got.

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  43. 'Frasier' actor John Mahoney dead at 77.

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  44. Blue is opposite orange on the color wheel.Purple is opposite yellow.

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    1. Blue-Orange is the frequency domain we are imprisoned in. Watch The Fifth Element.

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    2. If we talk about the colour "wheel" and being imprisoned then the wheel itself is something that we are imprisoned in. The highest frequency we can "see" is violet and the lowest is red. If we think of gods/aliens/archons/demons, or whatever, then there is no reason to think that they cannot see more when even your house cat can. Unless you take that line about man being made in gods image super literally. To get into the cool wizard club you have to be able to speak ancient Enochian, so why not also think that you have to tear your eyes out and replace them with Angel eyes to see what they see? (don't try this at home, just buy some fake scrying stone or crystal ball ffs)

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    3. Very good point here.
      But 'eyes' are 'programs' designed to see 'programs', so what is 'REAL' about that?
      This shit is JACKED for sure.
      We 'see' what they want us to see, which is not 'seeing' at all.
      'Angel' eyes just register more frequency responses.
      Only an IDIOT thinks 'they' can be "GOD".
      It is painfully obvious that "GOD" exists OUTSIDE of our 'frequency' range!

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  45. Speaking of David Harbour, seems he'll be joining the Antarctic crew of Greenpeace? Totally makes sense!

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/david-harbour-missed-own-super-003645878.html

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  46. There is a film titled John dies at the end that I used to find hilarious, not so much anymore.

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  47. The Toyota logo always had me wondering. Technically, it's just the Japanese character for "ota"/"oda" (original meaning: field, plantation), i.e. a square divided into four smaller square. Yet the way it was stylized into a corporate logo discernibly morphed it into a "horned beast"-type symbol.

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  48. Here we go...after the super blue blood moon lunar eclipse and the superbowl, the markets go into collapse...shit always hits the fan once the markets go. It's all about the money. Rituals aside, money triggers the wars and false flags. 800 million dollars reported unaccounted for by the pentagon auditors...sound familiar to another time when a large sum of money went unaccounted for?

    Buckle up bitches, it's about to get bumpy.

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  49. I just had to mention this. I said before that I'd be looking out for number 114, but I didn't mention that numbers 113 and 115 were also worth noting. (As well as Copernicus, and red statues of the Roman god Mercury, but that's by the by - I'm still unsure whether that statue in Greece counts.) So when I came across the Wahington Post's headline "She killed 115 people before the last Korean Olympics," I had to check it out. One good quote, by some North Korean intelligence director: “By destroying this plane, we intend to increase this sense of chaos and ultimately prevent the Olympic Games from taking place in Seoul.” That was then, of course. Now, we have the Winter Olympics. With a logo that looks literally like a star-gate. I'd be carefully watching for ritual elements in the opening ceremony. But it all fits with the idea that North Korea's nuclear program was working to this particular deadline, in time for the Chinese New Year and the opening of various inter-dimensional portals. Like they have their own particular plans for this, that don't fit with everybody else's plans (and probably are an even more terrifying idea).

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  50. =======================
    It's basically the kind of thing where someone would tell a designer, "have Pink pay due tribute to the Caledonian Sibyl circa 2012 but not so much it's obvious to the cowans. Then sacrifice several male piglets on the New Moon so that the Vegas may approve of your undertakings."
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    ^^^^^^^^^this^^^^^^^^^

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    1. This band certainty is.

      https://www.instagram.com/p/BdA94kVgQhU/

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  51. I dunno why the don't just roll this guy out for every public event. Surely he's got something for everyone in the symbol department; he should just hire himself out for big rituals. Surely it must pay well.

    https://ultraculture.org/blog/2015/09/15/occult-tattoos/

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  52. The Cloverfield: Paradox movie came out on netflix yesterday, the day after the philadelphi stargate, the setting on earth is in Philly. In the movie they rip the fabric of space time with a large space ship they sent out, and then find themselves in an alternate dimensions. Spoiler Alert: Having woken the titans, you don't get to see any of the monsters 'til the very end where one jumps up through the clouds and rawrz, signifying the awakening of the titans, meaning Cthulhu, hail.

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    1. A glimpse of our reality; a meat locker for the fellow travelers.

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  53. Curator of gallery that removed a nymph painting comments in the Grauniad.

    "In relation to the 19th-century galleries under discussion, for example, are there other narratives than the female subject as a deathly siren (the femme fatale) or as a submissive object to be looked at?"

    Did nobody tell her? If you want to show anything other than siren's, nymphs, mermaids, etc, then maybe the future isn't for you, bigot!

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  54. Me and the rest of the east coast got a severe weather alert at 8:31 this morning from Accuweather telling us there was a tsunami warning. According to Accuweather, the false alarm was a “test to determine transmission times involving the dissemination of tsunami information.” (Their words). This is getting out of hand...

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  55. I guess we're on the same coma ward, Chris. Because I can barely keep up with all this shit, and I'm a fancy artistic genius according to what I've forced my friends to constantly tell me. Lol. But all this crazy symbolic shit is making me feel kind of slow and stupid. I guess if you're trapped in a multidimensional demonic transgenic fallen angel simulacrum that's being consyantly overwritten by Quantum A.I. - well, I guess it's good to have some friends watching your back. Who knows, maybe we'll awaken from our Vega comas and make a glorious escape from whatever hideous blacksite we've been trapped in. Either that or we'll disarm a few guards, make a dramatic dash for the final exit door...only to find it opens onto an imfinite black void. Probably with a Liz Fraser song playing hauntingly in the background. Reasons to be cheerful, you know? :) Great work, my man, as ever.

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  56. E-A-G-L-E-S! Eagles!

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  57. yeaaaahh, i think this is where i get off...

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  58. I read once that the color orange is used on inmates for a reason: the color (and shade) helps to open the mind and allows powerful programming. It also encourages heavy sexuality. TV, as many people know, is used to download triggers and mind control the masses in subliminal ways. Every symbol and color is used for specific reasons.

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    1. why did the nickelodeon logo just pop in my mind?

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  59. I meant to mention some time ago some of the financial synch-y stuff.

    Now that's clear I could have won cash money with Secret Sun insights, any one else remember that the Black-Scholes "Greek" volitility metric is known as Vega. Correlating to the VIX issues gripping us right about now. Any ideas why these guys chose a made up word and not a Greek letter?

    Also, the Chinese are, as per usual, using their lunisolar calendar to determine the start date of a variety of economic policies. As the rooster leaves, the dog appears. I expect their changes on Feb 15-16 to effect us all by the Ides o March.

    Beware, and thanks as always Sir Loring.

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  60. Chris may get some things wrong, but he connects often enough and that's cool. I giggle with delightful terror at all these goings on "All the world's a stage" and all that shakes -spear battle rattle tomfoolery. And I thinks to myself, I thinks "y'know, one thing I can say about the Romans, the Greeks, and other ancient peoples. They didn't hide this crap. Nah, right out in the open it was, and people knew the symbolism." Well, mostly because the people were steeped in it. At least they didn't have to take courses in Modern Ancient Gods And Their Positions And Meaning In Post-Modern Polite Society." I didn't watch the superbowl, I have nowhere near the esoteric knowledge of some of you folks, but I do know that the important games are rigged, and even I gagged when I saw the score. Oh, I see, the Eagles beat the Patriots, I mean, the lefties beat the alt-right or some such drivel. Bonus synchromess (because sometimes, I say to myself "Welcome to the syncromess" as it often feels that way) somewhere very close to the Superbowl, X-files has been running reruns. The episode in question was the origin of the cancer man, and there's the christmas meeting, where they are talking world control "Oh. Gorbachev just resigned. There are no more enemies." and cancerman talks a game "The Bills (bird reference? I dunno.) will never win a game while I run things."

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  61. Uh oh!

    https://goo.gl/images/jAG7zw

    https://goo.gl/images/Th1i2e

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    1. Collecting trophies indeed. Now I understand, thanks you.

      https://goo.gl/images/8ugj6X

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  62. Chris,
    please checkout Heidi’s newest Next Topmodel ad (one of the biggest shows over here in Germany), her posing as Venus and delivering a pearl.
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/5324067/heidi-klum-germany-next-top-model/

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  63. String of pearls.
    https://goo.gl/images/HPGV3A

    Garland.
    https://youtu.be/wafe6kDBb6c

    Are butterflies representing the Vegas?

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  64. Falcons just touched down on earth.... Elon Musk's Falcons. Everything's just a fucking ritual isn't it. Great work Chris. Where now though? Proven beyond a doubt this is all real. You could keep going forever spotting the syncs in all these events, do you have a strategy for stepping ahead of the game somehow? That's dangerous territory I know. There must be a safe way of trying to 'call' these things in advance.

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    1. Chris does sometimes predict these occult syncs. Not long ago he wrote that he wouldn't be surprised to see stories combining horses with the element of fire, and sure enough, within a few weeks I noticed several reports of horses involved in the California fires and in other places as well. He also mentioned that the color purple may be trending soon, and sure enough, there was Belicheck wearing an odd purple sweatshirt at the Super Bowl. Why was the coach wearing purple, its not even one of the Patriots' colors?

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    2. I have seen CK predict some things. Hes on his game, but I dont think predictions are the game. What I want to know, is whats the purpose behind the synchromysticism being purposely employed (perhaps being used to warp reality), and why does our reality create these things on its own as well? Was reality always so malleable and we didnt notice, or is this new? I think something changed over the last 5-10 years. Time travel, DWave, Cern. I dont know.

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    3. Reality? It's been wobbly a long time. Sometimes bits drop off.

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  65. Speaking of Musk's Falcon "success" today, something seems a bit off with the picture of the Tesla allegedly riding in the cargo bay. There are at least two similar ones out there, both suggesting either an odd panoramic window in the cargo bay or else lots of GGI. Curious what people think.

    https://www.geekwire.com/2018/spacex-launches-falcon-heavy-roadster/

    Trolling the Apollo skeptics?


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  66. Did you notice the young person that got all the attention from JT during the end of the halftime act, and then instantly became a meme? Looks very otherworldly and Vegan to me....

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  67. What the actual fu*k!!?? The cargo hold has floor to ceiling windows?? Here's the instagram post from Musk showing the roadster in the payload bay:

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BdA94kVgQhU/

    Unless those are wall-to-wall led screens showing what's outside...

    This is frickin ridiculous.

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  68. Hi Chris- long time reader, first time commenting. Thanks for all you do.

    I'm not a football fan by any stretch of the imagination, but living in the Philadelphia region it has been easy to get swept up in the celebrations. There's a lot of joy here. I avoided the chaotic masses as much as I could, though.

    A friend went to the parade today and told me, "It was this weird energy. There were so many people so intense about getting fucked up. And then there was this bliss happy energy... It felt like how it would be if the world ended" Very eerie.

    Just a little report from the streets. Godspeed, everyone.

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  69. An NFL entertainment lawyer, who has worked for the corporation for more than 15 years, has been found dead in New York City hours after telling reporters that Super Bowl LII is “rigged.”
    http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=93405

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