Friday, March 02, 2018

Eloi, Exophiles & Empires in Collapse


Resurrect a species, you say. Like what, for example? Oh, like maybe something a bit lanky, perhaps? 



Maybe a species that was as in the days of Noah? Asking for a friend.






And what about these self-cloning arthropods we're seeing all over? Are they a resurrection job too? Or is that something cooked up in DARPAs CRISPR-Castle?

Hunterdon County these things are showing up in. Jesus. They're just throwing the whole fucking toy-box at us, aren't they?




Yes, aliens do exist. Plus, Orange. 


 Orange also exists.


In fact, here're a couple of complete and utter non-stories to remind you that Orange exists. Why?

Well, because we noticed that you didn't wear your Orange on "Wear Orange for..." OK, I forget what day it was for, but that doesn't change anything. 

No, I don't care if you threw up blood all over your Orange shirt. You got curbed because that Born in the USA CD in your crawlspace proved you are a Nazi. Now get your sorry fascist ass online and order some backup Orange shirts. And some Orange pants, while you're at it.

Don't make us come to your house and do it for you.



Yeah, I can't tell for sure if this is really creepy or really fascinating. 



And by "fascinating," I mean yet more "exophilia conditioning." 

Is that Rihanna? That lovely young lady works hard for the money, doesn't she? She's a real champ when it comes to meme-pushing.

But wait a minute; isn't that the Boyd Bushman Rubber Alien? 



Hmm, maybe not.



Telecom giants are building 4G networks on the Moon? Of course they are. So Rubber Alien can phone home. 

It's not like any actual humans will ever use them.



Aww, Seth Shostak is simply adorable, isn't he? "Could" hack our planet. Precious.

Seth buddy, I hate to break the news but that ship sailed when you were just a wee wane, bro. 

Sure, we're all having a jolly good time with our little iPhones and all,  but it's kind of like the jumper who finds the fall from the Empire State Building observation deck surprisingly exhilarating. It may well be, but your problems start once the ride stops. 



Which could be any day now, way things are looking. Not to be Dougie Downer or anything. Just reading the tea leaves.



Like I was saying. Plus, saying about exophilia.


Sounds fair. I mean, why shouldn't the Eloi have their currency? It's not like you'll be able to use Bitcoin in the free-range human preserves.  I mean, I hear the Vegas have some outrageous firewall technology. I think it was in TechCrunch or something.


I'm still working on the Minority Report post but something tells me I better start thinking about putting that puppy on the front burner. Seeing as how as it's pretty much here.

And seeing as how "independent thought" will be one of the proscribed behaviors under the PreCrime regime. I think they call it "hate-thought" now.


Though if this story is anything to go by we sure could have used those PreCrime AIs a few decades ago, at the very least. Or is that 4,444 number just a way to implant the 44 meme?  

Maybe the real number is twice that. What I'm thinking.


Speaking of Babylon and Cosmo-Demonic AIs, this also happened in New Orleans.

By the way, whenever you see terms like "youth" or "maiden" in Greeks myths referring to characters like Ganymede and Arachne, that actually translates to "children whom ancient kings raped and murdered and who later became mythologized in Astrotheological narratives." 

Seriously- go look for yourself.



Because, like I've been telling everyone for the past ten years, the old gods and the old religions are returning. I mean, they'll be updated and modernized and camouflaged and all but essentially the same. 



And I don't mean the substitute-church version of ancient pagan religions we're so used to nowadays, I mean the real thing; despot-worship, cults of state, blood sacrifice rituals, etc etc. 


The signs are everywhere if you only take the time to look.

And I have a strong feeling that once the old gods crawl from their catacombs they're going to be mighty hungry. And mighty thirsty. And mighty horny.


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But for now it's all just giggles and grins and getting sunburn on your privates. Aside from the odd, remote controlled self-immolation, I really don't think there's really anything to worry about just yet. 



And I have to day this little soiree looks a little-- how do I put this? -- lame as shit. No offense and all,  but that's just the way it looks from a distance.  

And certainly none of those nice chaps look in any danger of freaking out and sawing their junk off with a broken Orangina bottle and throwing the whole bloody mess into someone's tent as a sacrifice to the All-Mother. 

And none of those fine Sheilas look like they're fixing to rip a baby kangaroo limb from limb and paint their nude, flagellated bodies with its blood before they eat it raw. 

And one of these nice folks look like the kind the local magistrate will want to ritually slaughter so they can accompany her on the journey to the Afterworld.

You know; real paganism.

I'm sure everyone will be having a jolly old time in the near future at the mandatory outdoor raves. It's always a blast before the lifeclock implanted in your palm starts blinking red and black and the Sandmen show up at your door. 

But hey; do you really want to get all old and crusty and gross like Brad and Angelina or someone like that? Haven't you heard that Renewal takes care of all that? Meet me down at the Carousel after you finish your Soylent Green.

Yes, yes, yes; everyone knows it's people. That's what makes it so delicious.



But maybe we won't even get that far. Maybe some of the CRISPR-critters our chums at DARPA cook up will mutate and take care of our problems for us. 

And by mutate, I mean the Old Ones will rise from their Abyssal prisons and cleanse this miserable world of its plague of shaved apes once and for all. And Silence shall reign forever and evermore. Cthulhu fhtagn, bitches!



Or maybe the Russians will get sick of all of the Globalists' bullshit and start lobbing some Satan missiles our way.

Oh, by the way; you know else planned to win a cold weather war in Russia? Napoleon.

You know who else? Hitler. Didn't work out that great then either, did it?



And that was before the invention of Playstation, disco fries, Mountain Dew and deep-fried Oreos. All the way back in the days of your Fred's and your Wilma's.



Maybe the Marines would be better off learning snow sculpture.

Man, things are getting a bit dark here. Isn't there any comic relief in the headlines these days?



Oh, here we go; this story is fucking hilarious. "Steve Bannon digs the occult!"

As if "digging the occult" is somehow optional at that level! 

I love sites like BoingBoing; so deliciously naive. Absolutely adorable.


"Idols" and "demonic artifacts!" Stop, stop! I'm going to piss my pants here! Can someone please phone Salon up and explain how magical warfare (and hexes and gris-gris, etc etc) actually works?

Melania a "fanatical Christian!" Oh man, my sides hurt!



Phew. That was a real knee-slapper.

While I have you on the line here can you please burn a DVD copy of Burn, Witch, Burn! for those poor, dumb Salon fucks? I mean, that's literally the least you can do.



Maybe someone can also explain to the media who and what the Unification Church actually is?  I thought we've been over all this before. Down the old memory hole, I guess.



And from the looks of it most of the Moonies are the same Boomer casualties who got themselves mass-married back in the 1970s. Pseudo-Christian Cultism sure is a blast when you're young, not so much when you're pushing 70.

Just ask good ol' Marshall Applewhite and his Away Team.




Though I must say those are some very lovely pearls there.


94 comments:

  1. Chris, I watched Minority Report again for the 1st time since it came out. Even though the movie has little in common with the short story, I can't believe how many elements are closer than they were at the time. I've read almost all of Philip K Dick's books and he really was prescient. That orange light reminds me of his pink one. I can't wait to read your take on the movie. Since you wrote about Elizabeth Fraser & the movie, I watched with that in mind.
    Karin

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    1. Yeah, I was gobsmacked when I rewatched it. I couldn't believe I'd never noticed it before but that just goes to show how oblivious I'd been to this stuff all these years. Or maybe it's our old pal D::Wave.

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  2. My grandma said wood ticks came to our area of the upper peninsula of Michigan on sheep. They are still pests.

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    1. My son used to rate ticks up there with serial killers. We're in Lyme ground zero. I think the infection rates here are 33% or higher.

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    2. Not to mention mayfly season up in the 906. Eek!

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  3. To you and all the intrepid commenter friends and researchers, endless thanks and true love beamed at you for being my real people, crazy as that is.

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    1. Oh, a laser beam of love right back atcha, D! You're family around here.

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  4. The Magna Mater is waiting for her son, so don't profane her rites. With a name like Christopher Knowles you are sheppard boy. Time to give up on fear and start playing the game of redemption and come in to power.

    I enjoy your humour and wit greatly! Though I admonish you to release your negative slant on all things occult/sacred. This can become misinformative at best.

    You wear the spandex pants.

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    1. Negative slant? On which subject? The mass murder? The mass mind control psy op? The destruction of individual sovereignty? Or just the lies? Please let us know.

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    2. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5qSdRUBtMc

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    3. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=E81iW5AySHY

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    4. I'm the shepherd boy? Terrific. No more swimming for me.





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  5. And they just keep coming:

    https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/ng-interactive/2018/mar/02/how-to-make-a-pearl-the-san-francisco-man-who-lives-in-darkness

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  6. Chris,

    Speaking of ticks... have you heard of the Lone Star Tick? It's range is expanding, and it causes an incurable allergy to red meat when it bites you.

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

    They've sequenced its genome-

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23637969

    (they really like sequencing tick genomes)

    With a Lone Star Tick in every home, we'd all be Vegans.

    -Also, there's water all over the MOON now:

    https://www.space.com/39821-water-might-be-widespread-on-moon.html

    WAR IS PEACE
    FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
    BIG DUSTY ROCKS ARE OCEANS

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    1. I have heard of that. Funny how none of these things seemed to exist before bioengineering came into its own, eh?

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  7. Have some fun Chris! Take a trip. Go on the longest journey of one's life. From the head to the heart. We witness the insanity of this life, The ritual working, what must we do about it? Shine forth brave souls. 87

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    1. Most of the Media is simply nlp conditioning via fake news for the NPCs (masses).Daily lies bring emotional response and psychological control programming.

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    2. At first, it may seem that the fake news is intended for those who fall for it...

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    3. I'm having a blast, Dennis. I find all of this insanity highly amusing.

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  8. While the Americans have been training to fight a war in the cold (as you pointed out, not a brilliant idea), the Russians have been busy sending their military to the Arctic. Of all places. Now, where the hell you can go from the Arctic? Well, there's back to Russia, but they're not going to invade their own country, are they? There's Scandinavia, but they already have an arrangement, called "we cut their gas and we got them on their knees". Plus, you don't need to go all the way up to the North Pole in order to get to Norway, even if for any reason they wanted to get there and give Finland and Sweden a pass. So, what else do they have in mind, I wonder? It isn't as if there are lots of countries that touch the Arctic circle.

    And the whole thing of Steve Bannon, yes, that one's funny. I almost fell hard from my chair when I heard that one, I was laughing so much. It's like an article revealing the news that Trump likes reality shows. Who would have thunk it? I mean, apart from masterminding the whole Kek operation, I have no idea what Bannon did that gave away his taste for the occult.

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    1. The Hollow Earth! Utima Thule! We can't let them Russkies beat our boys to it

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    2. Training in the Arctic is training for the Fimbulvetr ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fimbulwinter ).

      Most of today's 'wars' are economic siphons (qv https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parable_of_the_broken_window 'no net benefit to society' does not exclude 'net benefit to secret society').

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    3. It's hilarious-- twenty years ago all these SF narratives- notably Gibson's Sprawl and Trek- built on a third world war with Russia seemed quaint and silly. Now they seem disturbingly prescient.

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  9. The future belongs to the exo-uterine fetus.

    The link below shows a collection of fetal skulls, which is what the gray alien image is based on. Scroll down a bit.

    http://lemissingtooth.blogspot.com/2012/10/male-child.html

    The classic gray alien has big eyes to make the most of low light; weak limbs r/t to zero gravity; asexual reproduction for selective breeding (fresh out of the CRISPR).

    Didn't the public just love E.T.? Dolls, toys. Adult cos-play. Sheesh, I'm heading for the hills, now. Syncra

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    1. E.T. 'the extra terrestrial' which intimately involves itself in a young boys life? Directed by Steven Spielberg, who had no comment to make in regard to the #MeToo admissions, the chutzpah of this actual 'alien covenant' (a covenant with a wrathful & hateful deity the observance of which results in all manner of obscenity done freely on this Earth) is asphyxiating, as is the silence about the ongoing assault on humanity.

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    2. I can't watch ET anymore. I've tried a few times but never make past the first 20 minutes or so.

      I'll leave it at that.

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  10. I loved that last post as well Chris. I didn’t know if you were aware of a small subculture of people on fakebook that are obsessed with pearls. One woman in particular that goes by “Pearls, Please?” Does live videos of her pearl hunting. She gets thousands of views and follows for these videos. I even worked with two women that were obsessed by this site. To the point one of them had a problem with spending most of her checks on buying pearls from this site and the other would just disappear during her shifts to watch these hour long videos. Totally not relevant to this, but now it makes a lot of sense to me now why they are pearl crack heads.

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    1. That is fascinating. Amazing how these archetypes well up and how the Sibyl foresaw it all.

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  11. You're on a tear there Daddy-O. Don't forget about the living tattoos while you're at it, no doubt they'll be mandatory too one day:

    http://news.mit.edu/2017/engineers-3-d-print-living-tattoo-1205

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuHUj_kE5ok

    (Sorry about the mermen in that ad--& their orange tans-- but hey, coinkydinks. You understand.)

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    1. Oh man, you just gotta laugh. It's all so predictable.

      Cheers, David. Nutrient-rich data as always.

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  12. Jesus fookin Christ, dude . . .
    Anyone else out there have trouble relating to “normies?” I feel like a tin foil hat wearing freakshow compared to most people I encounter. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, just a bit alienating. What do you say when people start going on about something and you know what they are saying is programmed propaganda?

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    1. THere's a cool McKenna line: "I just move through these people" - People hve been conditioned to buy into materialist scientism. Gen X is a bit of an outlier. Maybe at "Generational Turning" echo of the genration that gave us spiritualism, THeosophy, Thelema, &c.

      Also, s to paganism returning, Paganism wasn't all Greco-Roman madness and rolling around in glass. The Egyptians were all about the Mystery, not about cutting their balls off and feeding them to the crocs. The Norse got pis drunk and hanged a christian captive from a sturdy oak bough as a sacrifice to Odin. That's not do damn bad. I can get down with that. The HIndus set widows on fire, which...not good. But if CHristianity was good for ANYTHING, it was plugging people into a bit more empathy.

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    2. I agree. Paganism is an overly broad term applying to an extremelely wide range of practices and beliefs. And, if we are looking historically, most modern religions also had bloody histories full of mind blowing cruelties. E.g. I dont judge Christianity today on the Inquisition any more than I judge various pagan practices today on other pagan practices that happened long in the past. I think what we will find is that our species has a long history of extreme bloodlust and murderous conflict, in general.

      Some pagan ideologies were far bloodier than others, some were cults, and some were shamanic traditions that were very much tied to living in a harsh world directly from the land. Many pagan ideologies are rooted in this primal struggle to survive, and cannot truly be compared to modern western ideals, which really barely existed some two centuries ago.

      That said, the ritual-elite ruling class has been summoning some of the darkest energies from the past and maybe that is more specifically what should be concerning. Whereas paganism in general is really not the boogeyman that 1980s religious tv made it out to be, the specific manifestations these ritual elitists are summoning might indeed be.

      My viewpoint differs slightly from CKs (i think) in that I dont see these ritual obsessed ruling elite as pagans at all, or if they are, its the twisted dark side of some of these ideologies (e.g. like Satanism is spawned from Christianity) I see them more as a cabal that borrows ideas from various pagan traditions and uses them to their own nefarious ends. They know these rituals and symbols have an effect. If anything, this cabal is almost post-religious and post-spiritual imo. They use the practices and have no moral or ethical code attached to it that ai can discern. Which, I think makes it a very different beast. Even the really darkest pagan practices such as the cults of Moloch, would likely have had some kind of ethos, however bizarre, attached to it. This cabal seems more narcissistic and sociopathic. They intend to be their own gods, I think.

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    3. Well, Christianity is a Mystery cult and Mystery cults really laid the groundwork for empathy and community and the like.

      Paganism is a shorthand, really. It's a clunky, inexact term. You have your heathenry, you have your state cults, you have your wack-a-doodle human sacrifice fertility cults, etc etc. None of them really have much to do with one another. Paganism is pretty much what the once-ascendant Abrahamic state cults labeled everything besides themselves.

      Paganism could be polytheist, it could be henotheist, it could be practically monotheist.

      If we're going to keep our sanity intact we need to stop thinking in these reductive binaries, which themselves are just instruments of thought control.

      One thing I learned the hard way back in the punk rock days is that just because someone is ostensibly part of your subculture that doesn't mean they're your friends. There were a lot of nasty, violent jocks who got into hardcore for the violence. Plus, NeoNazis, who were just inchoate rage machines.

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    4. I'm a baby boomer but I never bought into the cult of materialist scientism. I knew a lot of "hippies" back in the day. Some, like my older sister and her friends, seemed to be genuine seekers with a strong ethos, most, unfortunately turned out to be poseurs for whom an intetest in mysticism was just a passing fad.

      As I get more acquianted with websites like this one, I can see the special value of Gen Xers. Now I have something else to thank you guys for besides putting an end to hair-band hell.

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  13. Another newsbite about Bannon, too: "15 surprising facts about Bannon" has just one surprise: the man was involved in Biosphere 2, a project to see if humans could survive in closed ecosystems. It was claimed it was about space exploration. It seems more likely to have been about surviving on Earth while the Vegans vega-form this planet.

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    1. Ive delved heavily into the work of Julius Evola. WHo is supposed to be the spiritual godfather of the 'alt-right'. Maybe. A lot of interesting stuff there CK might do well to imbibe, if he has not already so troubled himself. The volume on Hermeticism is invaluable.
      As far as I can tell, Bannon is just another ONI asset, like Jim Morrison, only wayy les glamorous. Seriously, he looks like Baron Harkonnen.

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    2. Steve Bannon, ambulatory pustule.

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    3. evola was very important to post ww2 fascism. Although if you can believe it he never claimed to be a fascist because he considered himself to the right of fascism.....
      Seriously. A guy even more right wing that fascists.
      He was an adviser to Mussolini during ww2.
      He is also known in occult circles. He wrote some books about magik and tantric sex.

      I have thought about the future. Everyone thinks the world will be destroyed by global warming. Everyone thinks the solution is to leave earth. But some other solutions might be to live underground or to live in a domed city.

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    4. Given the many examples of ancient troglodyte cities, it seems that 'living underground' is likely to become a necessity, not an affectation.

      This is no doubt why there are likely to be modern underground cities already prepared - for folk happy to spend a few years waiting for the topside to become habitable once more.

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    5. I think the BoingBoing set thinks all occultists and pagans are natural left-wingers and hence, allies. They think it's all bullshit anyway and completely outside their reality paradigm. So Bannon being an occultist- which you and I take for granted- is some kind of anomaly to them.

      It's the same mentality that takes Satanists at their word when they run around spewing out nonsense like they're just atheist rationalists and just do all the ritualism as a LARP. It also takes people like Lucien Graves seriously when he claims he's a leftist and a Nazi-hater. Because if you're an historical idiot you have no idea that Satanism and Nazism have been joined at the nutsac since day one. And always will be.

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    6. I just looked up the Satanic Temple on Wikipedia (I know). Seems to me Wikipedia goes out of its way to portray this group in a positive light. I'm no fundamentalist but I am uneasy with anything remotely related to "Satanism" and I wouldn't trust these people as far as I could throw them.

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  14. That is not dead which can eternal lie. And with strange aeons even death may die.

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    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysGTiNywYYA

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  15. Pearly pew pew drops?

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    1. Pearly pew-pew drops drops, actually.

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  16. "mighty hungry, mighty thirsty and mighty horny" That's a fact. And the price to pay is your soul. Zombie apocalypse indeed.

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    1. Oh, I can't log onto Twitter without seeing the Zombie Apocalypse rising like yeast.

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  17. There's a wee bit of slang here and there that refers to pearls and sperm, Probably doesn't fit the narrative, but I thought I'd throw it in the mix. I dunno -Steve Bannon couldn't mastermind his way across the street...and Chrises gallows humour reminds me of so many of my punkish/new wavey/street trash friends over the years. Seems that doom and gloom' a tad fashionable. But what do I know.

    Unfortunately, he does seem to be right about how relentless this all is. You see, it turns out that while mind programming works, it does need to be regularly, if not constantly reinforced. Because ye olde brain thing tends to shift and change on a regular basis. Gotta keep those neural network trunk lines fresh with the preferred schooling, or the hairless apes get restless and creative.

    If those greys are future descendents of humanity, as some people believe, man, did we ever fuck up. Or mebbe some alien race interfered. Can't have smelly horny primitives screwing every octopoidal elder god and minor deity in sight. But worry not, reserves of primtives will be kept for rituals and whatnot.

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    1. Brrrrryyyce,
      Greys are artificial organic entities made to stand zero gravity and high radiation.
      They are the space umpa lumpas… :)
      https://youtu.be/QkC8wPSmcPg

      Black holes and time travel to the past is science fiction...
      https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/

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    2. Well, what have I been saying since I started this blog? You're not who you think you are, this world is not what you think it is and we don't actually belong here.

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    3. FINALLY the 'truth' has been SPOKEN!!
      Bravo.
      AGREED.

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  18. In case my earlier comment got lost, here's a quicker version of the odd Moonie-like church trying to sneak some good old time religion into Newsweek:

    https://www.motherjones.com/media/2014/03/newsweek-ibt-olivet-david-jang/

    http://www.businessinsider.com/olivet-university-newsweek-2014-3

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    1. Yeah, quite a story there. Fascinating how Korea is such a hotspot for this kind of intrigue.

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  19. Chris,

    >Oh, by the way; you know else planned to win a cold weather war in Russia? Napoleon. You know who else? Hitler. Didn't work out that great then, did it?

    I'll state the obvious and observe how many top military brass spend their lives studying these two epic failures and convince themselves they could do better. Third time's the charm!

    > And certainly none of those nice chaps look in any danger of freaking out and sawing their junk off with a broken Orangina bottle and throwing the whole bloody mess into someone's tent as a sacrifice to the All-Mother.
    > And none of those fine Sheilas look like they're fixing to rip a baby kangaroo limb from limb and paint their nude, flagellated bodies with its blood before they eat it raw.
    > And one of these nice folks look like the kind the local magistrate will want to ritually slaughter so they can accompany her on the journey to the Afterworld.
    > You know; real paganism.

    I daresay our peers will make the jump to the new Way rather quickly. Oh, there will be resistance, mostly from the old, but once a few Stalin-like leaders assemble their gangs of thugs and promise them free reign in the collapsing society they will both attract weak but easily-controlled throngs of followers, and move against the disintegrating, increasingly isolated remnants with ease. No one wants to be on the losing side, and once the tipping point is reached...well, what was it that ever-smiling fellow said? "See, I'm not a monster. I'm just ahead of the curve."

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    1. Well, since our artists are our Oracles, I'll recommend everyone go check out the storyline in The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers called "The Idiots Abroad." Pretty much a sneak preview of 2018.

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  20. The sheep are so demanding these days. They are vampires. The taps flow with wool and some other liquid which they take directly. Surely you can't eat ribbons of light and sustain yourself on them. If you follow the right one then it will take you somewhere but who knows when you will arrive? The laughing boys find it a real gas but the return journey is when that experience is wiped right off your face. I guess that what I'm trying to say is, why don't you eat carrots?

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  21. Some people here are going to love this. I was idly thinking about monarch butterflies, that have been mentioned quite a bit on this blog and other similar ones, and suddenly remembered where I saw one: in a book about Buddhism that they were giving away for free in a meditation place my partner sometimes go to. I'm the sort of person that just can't refuse a free book, even on a subject that couldn't interest me less, if it has nice pics, and this one did. So I looked at the picture, that was a rather nice geometric pattern with the butterfly in the middle, and I noticed it was right next to a poem supposedly about meditation. And I realized a couple of the lines could have been picked straight from this blog: "A penetration inward to a core of all cores / and yet the further in we go, the more sky-like we realize we are." Tell me if this doesn't sound to you like Vegans raping humans, or at the very least, doing some rather funky hybrids, possibly with fishes, as well. If SF novels contain any predictive programming, these aliens don't go precisely for boy-meets-girl, or boy-meets-boy, for that matter. Why have a twosome when you can hybridize three, or half a dozen for that matter? Think of these Vegans as "alpha dicks".

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    1. Three-way pregnancies, right? It's the latest thing.

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    2. Christopher great post as always. Adding on to your reply thought.... I'm sure you remember that science fiction TV show "Alien Nation" based on the movie of the same name.

      Well it was during the TV series it was revealed the alien race the Newcomers i.e. Tenctonese have three-way mating in order to reproduce children. So there alien race actually has three sexes. Amazing what they got away with in a time long before the LGBTQ was a household acronym.

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  22. Completely agree with you that the old gods are awakening again...

    Something else about the "Happy new year amulet":

    "Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, said the scarab charm with the new year greeting had been unearthed last New Year's Eve in a “wonderful coincidence”"

    Having said that, I firmly believe that in spite of the reapperrance of bloddy and ancient pagan gods and cults increased awareness and transcendent wisdom is manifesting as well.
    The gates of freedom and liberation are open.

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  23. Chris, The river Carron (Charon, Kharon ferryman across the Styx) is a tributary of the Forth and where it opens and flows into the Firth sits Grangemouth. The Carron was once a famous pearl fishing river before industrial pollution. Scottish pearls were, and still are, highly prized for their colour and purity. The Scottish crown is dotted with them. Charon’s obol, the coin to pay the ferryman was placed in the mouth of the dead person. A pearl was sometimes placed therein instead of a coin. Pearls are soaked in symbolism. See symbolism of the pearl, Watkins for a brief overview. (I’m sure you have!)
    The Firth of Forth is strewn with eleven islands the furthest out being the Island of May. Another is Lamb Island also known as The Lamb or just Lamb (LAM Crowley connection?) See Why I bought Lamb Island – Uri Geller and Mythomorph.com. Lamb has another tiny island called South Dog (Sirius) broken off from Lamb itself. The whole East Coast is rich in history especially the Templar kind and we do see Elizabeth Fraser, Venus in the Templar shell, in her video.
    You of course are also connected with river symbolism Chris, St Christopher being the dog or lamb faced saint who carried the Christ child with the orb of the world safely across a river. He is still the beloved saint of travelers ( Masons are also known as travelers) with so many beautiful depictions of him throughout artistic history. The Pope tried to get rid of him but he just won’t go. People place their trust in him and up in the middle of the dashboard there he’s like one of the family.
    Another pearl symbol from the East – See Washington Post – Bahrain’s Pearl Statue is gone but it remains an icon of democracy. It was destroyed on March 18, 2011 during the Arab Spring.
    All the best, Chris.

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    1. Ooh, this is a data-banquet for sure. Muchly obliged.

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  24. “Look at how peaceful they all seem. But inside, busy busy busy.”

    Watching Minority Report right now with my husband.

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    1. A few observations: The intensely disturbing fact that the techs are trained to delete the “abnormalities” (the minority report). Let’s just delete any thoughts not in alignment with the majority, yeah?

      Agatha’s handler got a bit too attached. Not sure where I’ve seen that play out before...

      Oh, look, Halos are today’s VR headsets. Though we’re all bowing our heads reverently to our smartphones, busying ourselves virtually already.

      2054 an 11 year... just like this year 2018 where we’re seeing the first data analytics used for “pre-crime” in NOLA. 11:11 indeed.

      “It helps if you don’t think of them as human.”

      “Don’t want them to drift off to sleep, but they can’t be kept too awake either.” Sounds like an ad campaign for Big Pharma if ever I’d heard one.

      I re-watched Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose last night before Minority Report. Gonna be mulling them both over.

      I’m looking forward to your post sir, thanks again for the insight and info.

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  25. Beyonce related headline in Daily Mail, March 3rd:"Vegan time...in 44 Days"

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    1. Hey Anonymous, good catch! In 44 days it's 16 April. Historical events: 73 BCE Masada falls to the Romans; 1943 Albert Hoffman discovers LSD; 1972 Apollo 16 is launched; 2007 Virginia State shooting massacre occurs. Possible sync dates? Syncra

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    2. And, 16 April falls on a new moon a few days before the Lyrid meteor shower which connects to the Lyre and of course, Vega. Syncra

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    3. Possible sync is fatal stonega

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  26. https://secretsun.blogspot.nl/2018/03/eloi-exophiles-empires-in-collapse.html

    Unfortunately for the author most people reading this are not stark raving mad. They know:
    (a) there's no such person as Noah, and there was no "great flood" in any time that humanoids were on this planet
    (b) there's no such thing as the Eloi
    (c) when the author pretends to denounce "Pseudo-Christian Cultists" - pot, may I present kettle.

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    1. Oh, there's no such thing as Eloi? Oh, cruel stars! All my theories turn to dust!

      Clue, may I present less? More, may I present on?

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  27. Probably good to know the full scope of native pearl diving as we watch for synchs; wiki has a good overview.

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

    More at http://www.karipearls.com/divers.html

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  28. Observing Old Gods never ended, for some at least, however the great mass of us deracinated by the military industrialised pop-cult consumer program aren't godless we've just been misdirected away from our roots in service of an ideology that considers us to be 'cattle' existing merely to please 'the chosen people', all roads in this perverted Kali Yugan epoch, whether it be installation art, rapefugee enrichment or cheddar man revisionism lead back to the desert that spawned the pedophile cult which openly practices It's sickness across the globe today, a cult that when challenged in anyway cries foul, has the challengers locked up or murdered, no wonder Folk dare not speak out & take action everything has been arranged to allow this sickness to do as It wilt as the whole of the law.

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    1. In ancient times these 'old GODS' would receive mass attention which would of course provide power for the flame.
      But as 'time' moved forward this became less and less.
      New 'religions', new 'gods' emerged; based on the older programs, I mean 'gods' of course.
      So less attention was directed (FOOD) to these 'old gods' and they got a bit HUNGRY!!
      Actually their entire existence was subject; a 'dream' dies when it is forgotten!
      The ancient pagan cults that literally FED these 'gods' went underground; to the public norm anyway (whatever THAT is)
      I have said this before and I will state it again; A CHILD has MORE LIFE ESSENCE available to CONSUME.
      Sorry!
      This is about EATING, and being 'worshipped' at the same 'time'.
      The 'Matrix' films gave us a hint on this; programs refusing to be 'deleted' causing chaos and havoc in their quest to 'live'.
      If 'you' are going to HUNT for food, would you not hunt where you could gain the best yield?
      Soulless meatsacks punking themselves out for the 'HUNT'.
      Total abomination.

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  29. Katy Perry's new shoe line contains four styles in various colors of pearl studded shoes or boots.
    https://www.zulily.com/e/zulily-debut-katy-perry-collections-291686.html?page=1&lastPos=0#pid_55493461

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    1. I can't seem to access this page without giving them a DNA swab and a urine sample. Can you post a couple screenies for us?

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    2. The first strawberry hybrid was produced in 1780 and named the "Hudson".

      http://www.windstonefarms.com/jams/berry-curiosities/

      Digging in the dirt.

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    3. Sorry about that, here are a couple of more accessible links:
      https://www.6pm.com/marty/katy-perry-women-shoes/CK_XAVICuSRaArkkwAEB4gIEAQsYCg.zso?s=percentOff/desc/

      And from the official website(note the eye symbol from her initals worked into the label) a new for summer style called Aqua which features iridescent fish scales:
      http://www.katyperrycollections.com/the-aqua/d/90403C189?CategoryId=307

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  30. You laid all this out not too long ago, Chris. And now it's arrived with staggering speed. I'm starting to think that any serious researcher's posts on these themes will increasingly resemble a series of sci-fi madlibs. "Quantum genetic mermaid attacks Russian collusion with fouth-dimensional aliens". Or something like that. Signs of the times, eh? Keep up the great work. It's more useful than ever now. I wish more folks were paying actual attention to your insights. Sigh.

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  31. Hey Chris, are interested at all in the work of Michael Tsarion? I've been ping ponging back and forth between your work and his. I'm seeing similar motifs concerning the return of what we all dismiss as myths from the past. Thanks alot.
    -Austin

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  32. "A Spanish naval captain has died after apparently falling overboard from an ocean research ship in Antarctica."

    The name of the ship is the Hesperides

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-43272068

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  33. This post connected with farming "free range humans" gives a good look at the animal husbandry mentality of Silicon Valley. The meticulous data collection seems oddly familiar. And can the Internet of Farms be far behind (if it's not here already)?

    https://www.sfgate.com/business/article/The-Silicon-Valley-elite-s-latest-status-symbol-12723431.php

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  34. In NYC, humongous New Orleans travel advertisements are all over Union Square... Apparently the city is having a 300th birthday.

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  35. This story about chimerism in real life may give a clue as to how CRISPR will go off the rails. Imagine waking up to find you had two different immune systems!

    https://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/a18754259/chimerism/

    And if he/she/it hasn't been mentioned here before, meet Eva Tiamet Medusa

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3524063/Transgender-woman-Eva-Tiamat-Medusa-ears-nose-removed-dragon-lady.html

    For the total Frankenstein horror of CRISPR, though, we have this. It's TWUE!!!!

    https://gizmodo.com/this-guy-injected-his-dick-with-stem-cells-to-try-to-ma-1823245542

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  36. Sometimes it seems like you're seeing syncs and rituals around every corner, Chris, but fuck me if the coincidences don't pile up! Think you're on to something.

    https://www.thecut.com/2018/03/why-oscar-attendees-will-be-wearing-an-orange-pin-on-sunday.html

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