Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Buckle Up and Enjoy the Ride.

So this NXIVM sex cult story just keeps getting uglier and weirder. Allison Mack, the co-star of the long-running Smallville TV series has been thrown to the wolves and is reportedly angling for a plea deal. And with good reason, it seems:
In legal documents, the United States Attorney writes that the defendant, aka Allison Mack, “is charged with using force, fraud, and coercion to recruit and maintain DOS slaves, and instructing those slaves to engage in sexual acts with Raniere, among other assignments. The defendant aggressively recruited DOS slaves and required those slaves to recruit slaves of their own.”

Don't go planning that Mediterranean victory cruise just yet, Ally.

This thing is threatening to bring all kinds of jetset types into its tarpit. Reports have it that they rented out Richard Branson's private island-- which looks to be problematic considering his new big venture is a swingers' cruise ship. Y'know, the one with the Siren mascot.

And it looks like the Bronfman sisters are still involved, contrary to reports they'd fallen out with NXIVM. In fact, they've taken the reins of the sex-cult while the rest of the leadership is cooling their heels in the pokey.

And speaking of the War in Heaven, it's starting to look as if this bust might have some connection to the Beltway civil war that is the defining story of our times. Keep a close eye on this one. 

An all-seeing eye, if you prefer.

And here's this totally-unrelated and not-at-all-connected example of master-class trolling seen by a FB member at Target. Apparently this thing is acutally Orange, though it looks red.

File this with those recent Taco Belluminati commercials. 

Yeah, it's always fun until someone is ritually sacrificed. Or so my dear old grandma used to say.


Here's another complete and total non-sequituur for you that has absolutely nothing to do with anything else at all so why do you ask? They just really like pizza, it seems. Large pizza, personal pan pizza, stuffed-crust pizza. Y'know, the works. 


And right on schedule, the Secret Sun adjacency wells up in the froth. 

Because it came out today that Allison Mack tried to recruit none other than Hermione Granger herself. 

That's right, our Belle, Princess Royal of the Pearly Dew-Drops...

We'll be getting back to those Drops soon enough. That's all I can say right now. Brace yourself.

Speaking of the Sibyl, I must say this whole story is eerily reminiscent in some ways to the plotline of the second season of Les Tesmoins, the popular French TV thriller that had the Wall of Fraser in their cultic sex dungeon. It's out there. Go track it down.

I mean, an elite sex cult with connections up to the very tippity-top of the power pyramid? What could be more apocalyptic?

And the name-game is strong with this one; Allison is a variant of Alice, as in Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass. Allison Mack played Chloe Sullivan on Smallville, Chloe originally being an epithet of Demeter.

Mack is also the surname of the late John Mack, who some would argue was a cult leader unto himself with his work on alien abduction reports.

Allison/Alice of course also reminds us of the chilling track, "Alice," which appropriately enough was originally recorded for Stealing Beauty and used to better effect in The Lovely Bones. 

More prophecy from the Sibyl? Maybe yes, maybe no. A tantalizing sync either way.

And as I mentioned before the Sibyl is undergoing a procedure straight out of a Philip K Dick novel; Mezzanine, the album featuring her best-known song "Teardrop," is being encoded into DNA so it can "last forever."

And as you'd expect, "Teardrop" is about Jeff Buckley. It was recorded the day he drowned in Memphis. All told it's gotten over seventy-million views on YouTube.  The album also features the Sibyl on the lesser-known track but equally-drowny "Black Milk."

This seems to be a pretty big story, believe it or not. Interesting it was announced during the peak of the Lyrids, don't you think? Interesting as in "of course."

And as sheer random fate would dictate, the other big single on Mezzanine is "Angel," which gleefully steals the bassline from the transcendent "Donimo." That's the one where the Sibyl warbles to us about Kek. 

In 1984. 

No, seriously. Right from the first line of the first verse. Probably in some weird ancient Egyptian dialect too. Go listen if you don't believe me.

Speaking of ancient Egypt not really being ancient at all but being current events, some things that were once hidden are being unveiled. In this case the Shrine to Osiris-Ptah-Neb, who some of you probably know better as...


OK, so you'll all be shocked to discover that the world didn't end and Nibiru didn't collide with the Earth on the 18th or the 23rd. I know, I know. It's hard to believe but true.

Oh, no one's getting off that easy, Jasper. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.

Speaking of the end of the world, I missed Annihilation when it was in the theaters. I really need to see this one, given it appears to be more evidence of either clandestine worship of the Sibyl or the Sibyl haunting the dreams and visions of today's entertainment tastemakers, Philip K Dick-style.

Or Lovecraft-style, if that floats your boat. 

Do note Natalie Portman ("Holy Birth of the Gatekeeper") manifesting weird energy in her irises, a look which should ring a bell for regular masochists readers.

If you haven't seen it already, the film centers on the Shimmer, which is some kind of spooky energy-field thingy. 

Which, by a sheer, random quantum error in the causality-matrix, not only resembles the covers of pretty much every Cocteau Twins record ever released (give or take)... not only named after one of the--if not the-- primary adjectives used to describe their music... was written and directed by one Alex Garland. 

No shitting. Really. 

Plus, the film's storyline hinges on the theme of Twins.

Hey, listen; I'll stop when it stops, OK?

Having peeked at the plot of this film, I'm not sure I find these particular associations terribly reassuring. But there's so much of all that going around these days, isn't there?

I have to admit I have a bit of a hard time with Natalie Portman movies. There's the weird pedo-vibe she rose to fame on but she also seemed to steal my beloved Winona's thunder, which I can never forgive her for. Especially seeing as the deleterious effect as it had on my precious 'Nonnie. 

Who, I might add, is a massive Cocteau Twins fan. As far as I know, Natalie is not. To the Devil with her!

You've probably heard by now about the racial controversy over two black men being arrested (ostensibly for loitering) at a Starbucks in Philadelphia, causing a major protest and boycott.  

Starbucks is an extremely liberal and politically-active corporation (former CEO Howard Schultz is mulling a presidential run) so stores have been ordered closed on May 29th for diversity training.

May 29th? The Siren?

Huh. Why does that sound so familiar? Can someone give me a hand here? 

Anyway, Black Lives Matter isn't the only organization on Starbucks' case. Memphis-based GiveGood toffee is up in arms over the coffee giant using its name for a Christmas promotion.

Memphis. Hmmm. 

That rings a bell too. 

Interesting sync this all starting in Philadelphia, seeing as how Starbucks and the Philae-Delphi Vegas use the same color scheme and all. Let's hope for a speedy and satisfactory resolution for all involved.

Don't look now but Amazon is planning a new robot for your home. This one's called Vesta, after the Roman goddess. It goes with Echo (named after the ancient Nymph) and Alexa, totally not named at all after Edward Alexander Crowley.

I'm not sure what the creepy child sex doll is named, however. I think that's from a third-party seller.

Not to worry, though. Amazon is very big on social justice, if their subsidiary The Washington Post is any indication.

Social justice, yeah. Economic justice? Not so much.

Of course the two never seem to go together, do they? Why do you think that might be?


A lot of folks wrote me about this story and asked my opinion on the ostensible leak here. Some folks have also been asking what I think of the Waffle House shooter, Travis Reinking.

Well, that's a fair question, isn't it?
(CNN)When Travis Reinking breached a White House security barrier in July, police say, he had a very specific request: He wanted to meet (meet! You gotta love CNN- CK) with President Donald Trump. 
Reinking, who was taken into custody Monday afternoon, told a Secret Service officer at the northeast entrance that he was a "sovereign citizen" who had a "right to inspect the grounds," according to a Metropolitan Police Department incident report dated July 7, 2017.

Reinking's brush with law enforcement in the nation's capital was not his first. Documents obtained by CNN affiliate WBBM from the sheriff's office in Tazewell County, Illinois, suggest a troubling pattern involving guns and what one police report described as "delusional" behavior." 
"Travis is hostile toward police and does not recognize police authority. Travis also possesses several firearms," an officer said in a May 2016 incident report. 
At the time, Reinking's parents had called emergency services to report their son believed pop star Taylor Swift was stalking him, and he had made comments about killing himself. 
Most recently, police said, he visited a car dealership in the Nashville suburb of Brentwood last week and somehow obtained a key fob for a BMW without providing identification.
"Somehow." Hey, it happens. We all make mistakes.

It goes on, but you can probably guess the rest.

And sadly, we had another killing spree, this time in Toronto. A 25 year-old "special needs" student mowed down dozens of innocent citizens with a Ryder rental truck, despite associates describing a person well into the far side of the Spectrum, who many said didn't even know how to drive a car, or even operate a steering wheel.
But another classmate had a different memory from Thornlea. Reza Fakhteh told National Post that he went to school with Minassian for two years at Thornlea. He said Minassian was a special education student who didn’t socialize and just meowed at people. 
“I never heard him speak beyond meowing at people,” he said. “His movements were erratic and just strange overall. He acted like a cat in every way.” 
Fakhteh said he was shocked that the driver was Minassian. “The guy I remember from high school definitely wouldn’t be driving,” he said.
Despite this, he was accepted into the Canadian Air Force but washed out early. 

New rule: if you wash out of the armed services, you automatically lose your driving privileges. 

After the van lurched to a stop, the driver jumped out of the van, made a number of odd jerking motions and begged the police to kill him.

It was a horrific and senseless attack. But luckily, the security ministers of the G7 countries were meeting just a few blocks away, and just so happened to be discussing responses to these very types of events. 

Sometimes you get the bear. Hooray for the good guys!

But let's not count our chickens just yet. Saw a number of "Big One" stories in the prestige press the other day. Not sure what precipitated it. Hopefully nothing.

But if you're in the general Bay Area, just stay alert.


  1. Excellent post again! I did an episode a few months back about NXIVM. And I’m sure that one has way way more to be revealed. That scorpio tail is going to sting this year.. I noticed to with that Cocteau Twins BBC picture you posted with the shimmer, also looks like Google’s Deepmind trippy shit the algorithm is making. That is disconcerting... but at least Lex Bezos is going to make me that sweet sweet robot I can get to make me a sandwich and also fuck! It’s not like it will be programmed to kill me at any point my social credit score goes down...

    1. Know your political technobabble.

      Episode #0D - Meritocracy.

      Meritocracy is a disparaging term invented by British sociologist and politician Michael Young. Detailed in the dystopian novel "Rise of the Meriticracy". For some reason this novel is so underground that it's subterranean compared to the CIA promoted 1984 or Brave New World written by establishment psychedelic guru Aldous Huxley. Shenanigans!

      The result of this is that the Meritocracy has been allowed to be promoted purely as a social good. Especially popularised by our old chummy chum chum Tony Blair. People can and should be purely rated on merit. Naturally the best people will rise to the top and benevolently help everyone in a not at all selfish or arrogant sort of way. And the worst people will sink to the bottom and benevolently thank everyone for stopping their ineptitude from making the world worse all while engaging in radical self improvement programs. A perfect plan with no foreseeable flaws.

      If only people were aware of the dark side Meritocracy as they are of other terms. Big Brother watching, Newspeak language policing, Soma medication for mental distress, Alpha/Beta type people. All have all become anathema! Oh wait, something feels off there. I guess that satire really never has solved any problem.

    2. YES, 'AI' jacking your junk.

  2. Those G7 ministers so on top of things remind me of those British special forces troops that just happened to be near Jonestown when the mass murder happened. "We were minding our own business when suddenly we heard gunshots so we decided to surround the place, just in case, mate" Miracles happen all the time.

  3. "Speaking of ancient egypt"...

    You know, I've been thinking that a lot of the 'ancient egyptian' stories regarding Osiris, Isis, Horus, etc. should be re-examined* in light of the fact that the secret sun moves (1 degree every 66 years).

    That it moves could be a big key to understanding stories that otherwise made little sense.

    Of course, The Great Pyramid does try to make this brutally obvious (that the secret sun moves), but then h sapiens does have an extreme resilience to clue-stick impacts.

    * By amateurs of the esoteric (NASA already knows).

    1. 360 degrees in a circle is Babylonian mathematics not Egyptian so be careful out there.

    2. Anon6:06

      Ok, when I say 1 degree, I mean "On average, one 360th of a slightly elliptical orbit". It is true that the secret sun is moving close to its slowest angular velocity at the mo - hence extrapolations of the great year as 25,800 (instead of its actual 24,000) years.

      The following video is an introduction, which means it won't give you the pay dirt regarding the secret sun (you have to find that out yourself):

  4. Mack's not pulling a Sheela if that courtroom sketch is anything to *ahem* judge by ('cold-open' hinted possibilities abound though for the likes of snl/kimmel/fallon/corden/oliver...) which if a true representation of her expression suggests she's broken, that or as an 'actress' perhaps she's got the penitent act down pat (& if there's a 'secret space program' why not a 'secret awards season' (orange hued of course) that she'll be nominated in as 'best patsy' for having played her part in the blood letting ritual of justice served? (a primetime production)).

    Watson's surely been tested, repeatedly so, the past few years - nude photo 'leaks' from dress fittings, hoisted as standard bearing would-be siren-song-singer for the rights of women (& supposed would-be women if only for the biological imperative) the seat left cold after the likes of Angelina etc. vacated after having had their shot at the old 'good for thee, but not for me' passive-aggressive Working, & although she may not have 'signed up' to NXIVM she is a true-believer (& stan's back in the news once again just as the hype for 'Infinity Wars' reaches what's dubbed 'fever-pitch' (but how else to honour the demiurge other than by twisting the knife ever deeper?)) Working her way towards the apex of the ponzi-scheme fascinated in place by pop-cult devotees, "Excelsior!"/"Expelliarmus!" It's all the same shit.

    Brian Eno, who scored 'The Lovely Bones', is on record in 1974 stating:

    "Did you know there's a girls' school with 400 girls just round the corner? Very nice, I'll tell you, it really is lovely. I mean they're so beautiful those little girls are. My conscience won't let me tamper – I feel I might damage their lives if I do anything."

    Eno's never been taken to task for this, & Hynde's remained schtum, even at the height of the savile admission that shed light on 'the decade that taste forgot', not a word.

    Portman's in trouble though:

    & has received counter-strike flack for not having served in the IDF, but never fear dear lady! fresh converts for the cause - 'the daily stormer' is rallying round with talk of your being a 'BASED Hot Jew', 'all's fair in love & inter-tribal squabbling'.

    & speaking of tribal cults, Garland's starmaking turn was his writing of 'The Beach' a tale set in a would-be, if only, 'paradise' corrupted by human vice:

    'Controversy arose during the making of the film due to 20th Century Fox's bulldozing and landscaping of the natural beach setting of Ko Phi Phi Leh to make it more "paradise-like"'

    Wordman's latest: also discusses the NXIVM situation within the broader context of ongoing anti-Human faction-machination.

    1. A 'The Beach'/Portman splice-twincidence:

      'Dakota Johnson has claimed that her experience filming new horror film Suspiria was so intense it sent her to therapy.', 'The Fifty Shades star heads up the cast ... alongside Chloë Grace Moretz, Mia Goth and an unrecognisable Tilda Swinton.'

      Bowie clone Swinton's cast as 'the mysterious Madame Blanc', a 'thin white duke' of an apparition?

      imdb bonus: 'Natalie Portman was attached to star in the film in 2008, when David Gordon Green was going to direct.' BASED!!!

    2. The Eno bit is creepy but, it was the 70s. I think that practically every 70s rocker has banged an underage groupie at one time or another. I was a teenager during the 70s & I knew 2 girls who were groupies. They hadn't hit 16 yet. They had photos with everyone, Aeromith, AC/DC, Lynyrd Skynyrd, etc. I can tell you that these rock dicks were not hanging out with these girls because they were amazing conversationalists.

      King Elvis Hitler was sniffing around Priscilla when she was 14. Jerry Lee Lewis was diddling his underage cousin.
      I think that it's fairly obvious that a fair amount of men would pretty much fuck anything. Especially if they thought that they wouldn't be caught.

      You don't need elite conspiracies to explain it.

    3. Eno is very worth tracking, as he is one of the producer-geniuses who may be far more responsible for "handling" much of today's music behind the scenes than most would suspect. Even pedestrian wiki lays out most of his connections in plain sight (though album connections to things like Fripp's mindbending MKish rock album Exposure, also with Gabriel on some tracks, are oddly omitted).

      Anyway, have a look. His ties to U2 and Gabriel certainly give cause to pause.

      Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno is his full name, in case his occult weirdness wasn't obvious enough.

    4. Occult demonic possession backmasking + satanic music biz engineered mind control Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (TV Series) Episode : "Space Rockers" (1980)

    5. That buck Rogers TV series must be among the most awful pieces of garbage to ever air on TV in the USA. Only Galactica or fantasy island rival it for sheer idiocy and contempt for the audience.

    6. 'a fair amount of men', maybe 'a fair amount', but not All & there's a reason for this, just as the similar notion, uttered so often the past 'Five Years' or so, that 'that's how it was back then' (as if that would somehow Ok It) is equally untrue, for some, 'a fair amount', yes this is how they behave(d) & how their sort, if part of human society since inception, will have always behaved, but they are not All.

      There's a reason we have words like 'pervert', 'predicate' & 'pedophile' & this is so as to define specific behaviours by specific people, just because some long hairs let the 'Honey Drip' go to their head(s) back in their salad days don't make it in any way emblematic of Mankind, at least not in their own pursuance of such things, however, we're all tainted by the sick acting as the likes of savile, glitter & all the rest - especially those still feted by the likes of 'rock's back pages' can only get away with It due to our allowing ourselves to be preoccupied by the drudgery for reward system that keeps the larger societal cult ticking over, soundtracked by produced music, whilst chosen elevated stars & their makers are initiated into 'The Mysteries'.

      Perhaps Eno made 'a bad joke' or misjudged the chance to come across as some kind of envelope pusher par excellance, perhaps he sought to convey something, consciously or not, via code, perhaps he feared for his life but wanted to try to alert folk to nearby horrors, perhaps, perhaps, perhaps, all he's ever asked about is his latest paradigm reWork so who's to say what at the end of the day?

    7. The opening 'Preface' to 'Exposure' sounds like un hommage to Ligeti's Stargate soundtracking ululations, the title track is 9th, whilst 'Water Music' is a Frippertronic setpiece, the following track, 15th, 'Here Comes The Flood' (as with the 9th) features Gabriel, & the penultimate piece is 'Water Music II', It ends with a loop of Fripp(?) laughing about 'a big hoax'.

    8. Great posts KTV, seeing someone else asking the same questions. Eno also produced some of my favorite Talking Heads stuff, yet Byrne himself alludes to a very weird druggy vibe for some sessions, like Remain in Light.

      And you sound familiar with Exposure which is a pleasant surprise as it's not a typical album by any stretch. As you probably know, Fripp was a self-made guru constantly reinventing himself and his music (at one point he identified as a fan of Gurdjieff iirc). His name once came up (in a guitar magazine maybe?) thought-piece I once read about which guitarists can truly play anything they hear in their head. As with Eno he seemed to have his head in a lot of places and also as with Eno, I wonder to what end?

    9. If you read the whole interview you realize Eno was trying to be obnoxious because Hynde walked in with some preconceptions about him and he played upon it. Back then he was a very sarcastic wise guy, one of the reasons Ferry wanted to get rid of him. Ferry took himself very seriously and Eno kept deflating his ego all the time.

    10. An American corporation bulldozing a third world landscape to "improve it". That sums up most of the history of the last 70 years.

    11. "To what emd?" Maybe to create music? Isn't that enough? Because both Fripp and Eno made some of the best Rock ever.

    12. Anony '8:45', I'd heard some of the album a while back but I'm more familiar with the likes of 'No Pussyfooting', & even Fripp's Frippertronic reWork of 'Silent Night', but considering the waters set sail on here I found the track titles, numberings & guest vocalist of sync-terest.

      Anony '8:46': Your reading of the interview may well be right, perhaps, however as guru of the pop-cult age & It's assault on Humanity, Eno ain't squeaky clean in the grand scheme of things. Also, the cult of Eno's often evoked, if only peripherally, as the pearly dew droppings Work their magic upon us via organs of mediated dissemination, he is 'Brain One' afterall.

    13. I certainly don't question their talents; it's how I know about them in the first place. Such talents often come with a price however, which is where questions arise. Whether we think the music alone is "enough" may be irrelevant.

      And to the other comment, yes, it's possible Eno was tweaking Hynde, who has had her very low moments of questionable morality, etc. Still, Eno clearly seems to acknowledge knowing young girls were being "tampered with" even if he declined the opportunity. Hynde undoubtedly knew this as well so KTV's point of what sort of code Eno was talking in remains relevant, even if coded in an attempt to be a smartass.

      By comparison, a few years ago a Scorpion (German metal band) revealed his attendence at a party where he was shocked (he said) to discover a child sacrifice (or maybe "just" rape) occured. He seemed suitably upset and open when discussing it in public which, whether geniune or not, showed more of what we might consider a "typical" response to an innocent person learning personally that such horrors occur.

    14. What was presented as The Scorpion admission isn't so much of a great revelation - no shock needed, as the worst acts are openly committed in our society by sick people & they face no consequence, at least this side of pearled gates (if at all depending whose god is 'God').

      That the rocker's witness statement didn't result in any action being taken against perps (that we know of, & as there's been no follow-up what can we muse was the result?) again 'comes as no surprise', people too busy winding down after a day's drudging by putting on some music & engaging in other 'leisure activities' to rise up & act righteous in the face of obscenity.

  5. Like my dear old Grandmother used to mumble during N,N, Dimethyltryptamine luncheons down on the farm, "You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you mad."

  6. Great post as always Christopher,

    I recall your previously posting a picture backyard BarBQ hosted by Jeff Bezos and one of his distinguished guests was Boston Dynamics showing off their SKYNET oops non-human hunting friendly robot companion.

    Now we see Amazon wants to put robots in customer's homes. Well that's just a crazy coincidence right. It's not like the Internet itself was developed to facilitate Nuclear Armageddon in case the Ruskies every attacked us. Cyberspace is meant for shopping, social media, and hook ups via free dating apps.

    I guess that Amazon robots will be like the cooler version of pet rocks; accept Amazon's lil' bots will actually move and report oops share one's activities with family, friends, followers on social media. Including all of our biggest fans being the alphabet agencies.

    1. The Amazon robot thing is likely to be an Echo speaker on wheels. At least that's what my first thought was that it will likely be, if even released. So definitely a device with some surveillance built in.

      Speaking of robotics...

      Elon Musk just tweeted that he's building a 'cyborg dragon'.


      '...his tweeting seemed like a slow-rolling “redpill” moment', "You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.", 'The man does contain multitudes.'

  7. NXIVM = "Nexium"?

    Nexi (Latin): one reduced to quasi-slavery for debt, bondsman

    -ium (Latin): Used to indicate the setting where a given activity is carried out: for example, auditorium, colloquium, gymnasium, natatorium, planetarium, podium, sanatorium, stadium

    Hiding in plain sight. Pigs of the Roman Empire...

    1. Very few have noticed, but we're already in the nexium (cf Matrix). That's because we're all on the SnowPiercer express via Cassandra's Crossing - on Groundhog Day.

    2. Get ready for the cosmic Lughnasadh...

    3. It might be worth mentioning that Lughnasadh (the *AHEM* harvest) is also called Garland Sunday.

    4. "The custom of climbing hills and mountains at Lughnasadh has survived in some areas" sounds like a good idea come the cataclysm.

    5. "So the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be called, but few chosen."

      It's evolution, baby!

    6. Zod 11:04
      The 'Harvest'.

    7. Anon12:01, the 'harvest' I inferred was the grim reaper's harvest of souls, and the sorting of the wheat from the chaff, etc.

    8. @ Zod 11:04 Candlemas or Groundhog Day is about a celebration that Spring is near - the halfway point. A look to beginning not a harvest

    9. Anon11:09,

      Hey, this is esoteric city baby!

      From a more esoteric perspective, Groundhog Day is about Saṃsāra, i.e. the great cycle of rebirth that mankind has undergone these last 50 or so million years (yin/yang - a rebirth twice a great year). This relates to the great mission - to escape the cycle of rebirth (allegedly possible only when mankind has perfected itself).

      It is because the eschaton is immanent and the great harvest is nigh, that we are now in this awkward moment where mankind has been spent (secretly), yet the horn to announce ragnarok (or the zombie apocalypse if you prefer) remains unsounded. Hence, totally fake markets, fake wars and rumours of wars, fake terrorism, distractions, agit-prop, etc. and of course, subtle awakening nudges to those who should be woken (eugenics).

    10. Either you take Kali's hand and enter Chapel Perilous or submit to the meatgrinder. Society is drifting into the event horizon of the sídhe, cornered into a sublime staring contest with the void.

      "Hang on, lady--we're going for a ride..." ~S. Round

    11. Might as well add that there have been many cases where people suspect they have already heard The Gjallarhorn (announcing Ragnarok) - given umpteen YouTube videos of 'trumpets in the sky'.


      I suspect it's merely electromagnetically induced resonance (of clouds?), which may nevertheless, coincide with cosmogenic phenomena presaging more severe disturbances...

  8. Why does Minassian have hair in the courtroom artists drawings when he was bald at the scene.?? They must've had soy in the holding cell. Odd. Have U checked out Ian Mccullochs '92 album 'Mysterio' has LF on track 10 called 'Heavens Gate' & co-produced by Robin Guthrie no less... Love the blog CLK ✌

    1. Thank you for this ... went digging for my old CD copy of "Mysterio" .... and yes, WOW!, that is right about "Heaven's Gate," a jangly, dreamy tune with Our Lady on bg vocals. Before I saw your comment, I was thinking there was an Echo & The Bunnymen sync here, particularly in light of Bill Drummond/KLF predictions and Echo syncs with Jung/Liverpool/manhole. After all, Lennon was into the idea of trepanning. The overly cautious McCartney? Not so much ...

    2. McCulloch also channelled her Heavenly Vegas on the title track to his 'Candleland' album from 1989,

      "Get your handful of remembrance, For you to sprinkle through your life, In between the penance, That you carry by your side, With the make belief and miracles, That only come alive

      In Candleland, Candleland

      Wear your guilt like skin, And keep your sins disguised, Take some salt and sugar, And rub it in your eyes, You'll know that something's left you Just as you arrive

      In Candleland, Candleland

      I walked back inside me, I'd gone back from my youth, As I came down the fire escape, It must have stayed up on the roof, They say you just know, And the knowing is the proof

      Of Candleland..."

      Plenty to muse on in this another jangly, dreamy tune.

    3. I'm also sure that Roddy Frame plays his eloquent guitar style on "Heavens Gate " too. Met him a few times & 'the eyes have it' for sure. He had a holiday in Barcalona in '92 with Ian Mcculloch, great stories... Time to dig out some Aztec Camera now 🎸

    4. The opening track of the 'Mysterio' album is titled 'Magical World' in which McCulloch asks:

      "Is It really such a magical world?"

      well, when you keep on asking so It's a query worth pondering, is It really?

      "Swept out in the wind it's me as castaway, There's no ship to sail, Washed me up on shore, You pointed to my star and then it blew away, And you said to me, That's what stars are for, They fill you full of holes, Silver shining holes..."

      Another 'Song To The Siren'.

      There's a jolly vibe to these McCulloch solo albums absent from The Bunnymen releases, however as The Pearlescent joins in I wonder what depths are being dredged beneath the bright spangly surface hooks.

    5. Fraser's appearance on 'Heaven's Gate' is peripheral, liminal, perhaps even alluring so as to effervesce the spirit of the listener up to the Pearly gated paradisical realms.

      ('Paradise' was a possible name to what became known as 'Alien: Covenant')

    6. Roddy Frame's 2006 solo album 'Western Skies' is totally drenched in water, 'Shore Song', 'The Coast', the title track, 'Dry Land', an absolutely, stunningly beautiful Space Oddity based Bowie/Bolan homage 'Rock God', 'World In Worlds' plus 'Day Of Reckoning'... The Scots eh..? 💖

    7. Water spirits? Whisky?

      Kenning's on offer for 'water of life' imbibers if It don't poison* them.

      Frame's first solo album was named 'North Star', the title is shared with a composition on Fripp's 'Exposure' album.

      *'The hydroxyl (-OH) functional group with bond angle' of alcohol is triangularly rendered with the oxygen 'O' assuming the position of providential eye, + 'fire-water' & as an antiseptic It has a pearly connection.

  9. I think I need to find a DNA for dummies or something . What are they coding music for?

    Odd that little mind control nugget randomly got stuck in the FOIA info. Or maybe it was intentional by a now unemployed, good samaritan? It seems very possible that voice to skull technology was used in the last few cases mentioned in this article. And Cruz in Florida. There's also the the short lived media story about Cameron Burgess, a clinical case manager at the University of Florida’s Child Protection Team. He drove from Florida and shot himself in front of the White House. Not the typical, "he was so strange or mental illness this or that" - why? What did he know? What statement was he trying to make? Awareness to something sinister? Lots of strangeness in Florida.

  10. NBC Today is extra Orangey with the DNA Gab "Today".

  11. Toronto van looks very clean for just killing 10+ people and hitting even more. Not a drop of blood anywhere, how could this be unless of course it is another hoax event.

    1. Exactly. I saw an SUV that had hit a deer not long ago and there was blood all over the car, plus the windshield was cracked and the side mirror torn off, the door caved in, and that was only ONE deer.
      That van did not hit anybody! Please stop the bullshit.

    2. No cracked windshield. No blood. Hmm. The Ontario license plate reads AH-79033. Ryder goes from yellow to white. Switched colors after Oklahoma City bombing, which used a Ryder truck. The truck used in the bombing on 4/19/95 featured a Florida license plate, registered out of Monroe County (county seat: Key West, where President Trump just visited, greeted by protesters, and touring an "anti-drug trafficking facility) and was NEF 26R. The white Ryder truck in Toronto's plate could be interpreted as July 9, 1933. It was on that date that the Convention for Limiting the Manufacture and Regulating the Distribution of Narcotic Drugs went into effect, curiously enough.

    3. I agree. I suppose Canada has it's own Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012. Syncra

    4. Real-time video and voice manipulation is how they pulled off nyc 911 WTC ritual.

    5. Actually, one of my relatives lives literally just down the road from where it all happened. He didn't see it himself, but I've tried to get him to open his eyes and ears for any stories from witnesses that don't fit the official story. Unfortunately, he isn't too interested in questioning the official news.

      The one thing I noticed is there seems to be an Armenian theme going on there. The guy's surname is Armenian, and the Armenian genocide is officially commemorated on 24th April, but refers to an event that strictly speaking started on 23rd April. And of course, Armenian politics are rather intense right now.

      If anybody notices any further Armenian synchs on this event, I'd love to know.

    6. If by 'Armenian politics are rather intense right now' you mean a soft coup via the Saudi-US-Israeli axis,then yeah. It will be interesting to see how Russia 'does not intervene'.
      .... oh look! Azerbaijan is amassing forces on the Karabakh border. And what's this? Armenia has broken the cease-fire?!

    7. Soft coups are in fashion. Easy to arrange and less expensive than direct intervention. Plus they can be disguised as "A color revolution" . The color of money.

    8. The YouTube shooter was Armenian.

    9. Always crashing in the same car... White vans galore. White vans always been a favorite of narcs and spooks.

    10. Armenian? Kardashian? Coven? Sunken? Under The Sea?

      Tears of sorrow / tears of joy, pain is so close to pleasure?

      Witchcraft / Workcraft?

      Elected in 2024 but elevated to CIC in 2025 (= 9)?

  12. So my first "foray" into what would later become known as "blogging" was in the late 1990's while I was a student at the University of Alabama. To kill time and find interesting stories (I was a burgeoning reporter), I would drive to Waffle Houses and listen to people's conversations and write about them. One time I was given some 70's-era "conspiracy" tapes by an old guy who just wanted someone to listen. So, when I saw Waffle House in the news again, well, I had to pay attention. And that name ... "Reinking." It reminded me of "Rain King," a song by Adam Duritz and the Counting Crows. Interestingly, that song had been coming up for me quite a bit of late. Not sure why. I do know that Counting Crows and Elizabeth Fraser shared songs on the "Cruel Intentions" soundtrack together ... hmmm ... and when it comes to "orange," recall Jake Gittes in "Chinatown" going to the orange groves in the northwest valley? There is a sequence in the film Polanski left out where Jake encounters a man (Royal Dano?) who has made a rain-making machine. I wrote about it in a post a few years ago called "Arrange the Oranges" and the link orange (color and fruit) has to death. Also, there was a 1999 "X-Files" episode called "The Rain King" that was quite whimsical, with it's con man angle and "Wizard of Oz" sync/winks. Not sure if that has anything to do with anything ... I just thought I'd mention it.

    1. def...def...def...definitely onto something here.
      definitely definitely onto something. (said whilst rocking to-and-fro)

      The "rain man is the devil" meme has been chugging along for quite some time. From Umbrella Man to Umbrella Co., there seems to be a mountain of ominous material to sift through...

      and then there's this:

      "Daddy says there was a king who rained for forty years"

    2. As a homophone it's more like Rhine King, which is associated with some Lorelie legends.

    3. On the same thought, associated with king is liege. Liege waffles are made with pearl sugar. Wattle and daub.

    4. We know the evil that runs the World / Media projects itself onto archetypes / memes of the unspoken others as form of mass psychological control and influence.Meaning it is best to believe the opposite of what you are told by MSM / 'Entrainment',to find the truth.Another RM themed song is "Man in the Rain" by Mike Oldfield

    5. Anon 8:11
      Thank you.
      I concur.

    6. 'Oran Juice Jones' had his lone-biggest, & somewhat global, star-making hit 'The Rain' in 1986.

      I'd been thinking 'Missy Ellit' sampled the tune on her first hit 'The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)' back in 1997, but I was mistaken, the main vampire hook of this tune is lifted from 'Ann Peebles' 'I Can't Stand the Rain' (1973), 'TSSDF' is reWorked as a 'Desert Eagles Discs Remix' though.

    7. On the RM theme there's also the classic Beatles track Rain, complete with trippy effects from what may have been some of our first MKultra music-masters.

      A related Mandela effect occured searching the lyrics, as many variations pop up (though most note backmasked reversed line!).

      Plus I recall an entire set of lines sung as "she said" and another "I know what it's like to be dead" line that so far haven't turned up in a brief search. Odd.

    8. Upon further review I got Biko Mandela'd. Those lines were from She Said.

  13. I know this will seem random & unconnected but it ties in very closely if you're paying attention:

    Keep scrolling thru the story until you get to the part about how the Democ(ia)crats are profiling voters based on ethnicity. Not too many are covering this aspect of Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Pakistani IT guy. WAY more to this than meets the eye. Keep digging, you'll find the real story.


    Any questions?

  15. Oh, and on Friday, April 27th, it will be 20 years since Massive Attack's "Teardrop" was released as a single. Happy birthday! Also, you noted "Alice" and "Alice in Wonderland." This morning, a story was making the rounds on my feed about Lewis Carroll and magic mushrooms and how it may have inspired him to write his stories.

    1. I remember a time every house party had "Mezzanine" playing

  16. "Burning Man (Cult) Founder Larry HARVEY hospitalized after massive stroke (on April 4)" Burning Man founder is in critical condition at a Bay area hospital after he suffered a massive stroke last week.

  17. I haven't red through all the comments to see if anyone else said it, so I'll say it: thanks for mentioning the Waffle House shooting. He killed mostly black people. This is the third such event in recent history (Dylan Roof, Austin guy, now this). I truly believe they're fomenting a race war.

    Think about it: when the history is written of the downfall of our great nation, it would tie it all up in a nice bow if the issue was race, our 'original sin.' And their hands are clean because, after all, Americans can't help themselves.

    (in a rush, sorry for any typos)

    1. That's the great thing about it, how no one is to blame. It's always the other fella who is to blame. So let's go watch some TV then,there must be a game on.

  18. Was listening to a cover of Bittersweet Symphony by E^ST. Tagged at the end of the song was a couple lines from Teardrop. Just because. Here's a link if you like.
    The cover's a few years old, but it recently popped up on the soundtrack for Netflix's rendition of DeathNote. For those who don't know, DeathNote is about a guy who gets power over life and death after it falls in his lap from the heavens. Okay a Shinigama (death good) "dropped" it "accidentally" to earth but semantics, right?

    1. The original Death Note anime series is off the chain at least up until episode 25 then it goes downhill after the murder of the World's Greatest Detective "L".

      The Japanese Live action films were pretty decent except I detested the actor for Light Yagami in the Japanese Live Action adaptation.

      I still can't bring myself to watch the American remake of Death Note. I don't believe I can handle such a brilliant series getting the Hollyweird treatment.

    2. The Rolling Stones' connection to Bittersweet Symphony was almost vampiric:

    3. Well, they got sampled without any payment. That's a very vampire like thing.

    4. Well, it is the music business so no argument there. I was alluding more to the jump from the origanally discussed 50/50 split morphing into the entire 100 percent. That seemed a bit much given that Stones musical contribution was not going to make nearly much on its own as BS did in its second incarnation.

    5. Ah, but what the verve and their producer, youth, took from the stones was The Hook. The all sacred hook which in pop music is the most important part of a song. Ask anybody who has ever heard that song what they remember of it and I bet is the string part taken from the stones. Funny how it was their biggest hit, right? If they had licensed before releasing the song they would had saved themselves a lot of trouble.

    6. Every good tune needs a hook. Mozarts "Jupiter" has a pretty f-ing awesome hook. Coltranes "Love Supreme" It's part of the synesthesiac mathemagical framework of our so called reality. You gotta hang yer hat somewhere. A hooks a good spot to do it

    7. Good points about the hooks. As a musician the real question to me is whether we use the hooks or they use us. It's a weird feeling to "write" one the first time, in a "holy shit, where did that come from?!?" way. It's like hooks are always trying to emerge and catch our ear, sometimes again and again.

    8. I've written a couple of chunky riffs and both times I was like, "where that come from?" Page and Plant said StairwY just 'occurred' to them. How about Lizzie Fraser? Does she offer any insights? Or does she keep silent?

    9. George W. Bush is predicted to die in October and I bet he takes one or more of Stones with him.

  19. Christopher,

    I'm certain by now you both heard the news about the capture of the "Golden State Killer" and he's an ex-cop. And quite a reign of terror he ran for decades.

    "The "Golden State Killer" is believed to have killed at least 12 people, raped at least 45 people and committed multiple home burglaries in the 1970s and 1980s in crime sprees throughout California."

    Now obviously being a cop made it easier to cover his tracks but one has to wonder how many of his former buddies suspected or knew and looked the other way. I known some may be outraged by my comment but they don't understand how serious is that "Blue Wall of Silence".

    In fact the "Golden State Killer" reminds me of the infamous NYPD "Cannibal Cop". The only difference is Cannibal Cop was caught or better stated turned in to FBI by his girlfriend before he could begin his reign of terror; "The Troubling Case of the 'Cannibal Cop'"

    "Shortly after 2 p.m. on October 24, a group of FBI agents descended on the apartment in Forest Hills. To avoid a possible shoot-out with an NYPD officer, they used a ruse to lure Valle into the hallway—calling his house phone and saying the car he had parked outside had been hit. Valle wandered out in a sweatshirt and jeans. The second he saw them, he understood. An agent placed a hand on his shoulder. “Everything’s going to be okay,” he said."

    "Valle looked at him and said, “I don’t think so.”

    "In no time, Valle had a tabloid moniker: the Cannibal Cop. As he sat in jail for five months awaiting trial on a charge of conspiracy to kidnap, details from his bail hearings told the story of a husband secretly plotting to abduct several women at once, including his own wife."

    ^^^^If that's not alarming enough then factor in this factoid; "Police domestic violence nearly twice average rate"

    "Several studies, according to Gandy and Wetendorf, indicate that women suffer domestic abuse in at least 40 percent of police officer families. For American women overall, the figure is 25 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."

    "There are a lot of good cops who go into the work for the right reasons, to help people," Wetendorf said. "But then you have these others who are more interested in the authority, in the badge and the gun."

    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? "Who will guard the guards themselves?" aka Who watches the watchers!!!!!

    1. Where I live cops killing their wives is so common that it doesn't make the news anymore. People just take it as normal. What a sick world.

  20. Filed Under It Never Ends: Super Troopers 2 was released on Friday 4/20 and one of the taglines of the sequel is 'The Time is Meow' (referencing a gag from the first film from 2002).

    The sequel has the crew patrolling a patch of Canadian territory that was discovered to belong to the U.S. One scene features the shooting down of a bald eagle for the requisite Vega. Director Jay Chandrasekhar plays Arkot Ramathorn aka 'Thorney' which syncs pretty well with Thornlea.

  21. Oh, boy. My heart missed a beat for a moment there. I was checking out the video of the guy in the van in Toronto, and suddenly, I don't know why, I had a brainwave and saw in my mind this mermaid, and she said the name of my relative in Toronto. For a second there I thought the siren was on to him. Then I figured it was just my mind playing tricks on me.

  22. Swedish EDM DJ Avicii's (Tim Bergling) first Tattoo was a 'Banksy' design.

    1. First time I heard of him was his song "Levels", with co-writers Pearl, Ash.

    2. Comments glitched Yesterday.Couldn't post that Avicii's death revealed as suicide: guess he couldn't live anymore as the EMD it guy?...would signal the return of another Swedish musical export.This was confirmed Today.

  23. Cinimod_ofCarthach9:38 PM, April 25, 2018

    Kanye’s has been tweeting photos of the inside of his house. I can’t believe that’s a real sentence but shit.

    Anyways what perked my ear was the photo with the caption “more photos from the sunken place”

    1. Tweets include crying eye emoji captioned photos of dolls of Michael Jackson & Yeezy himself: 'me and Mike'.

      'the sunken place' = more horrorwoed divide & conquer entraining celebrated as empowerment on the way to 'the promised land'.

  24. And of course, the police and media immediately said this is not a terrorist attack (he was apparently, allegedly, or rumoured to be an incel - involuntarily celibate. Hey, lot's of us don't get nookie for long stretches but you don't see us driving vans into people)and of course, a few reasons were immediately trotted out - he was an incel, his Mom says he has Aspergers, the martians made him do it. But I confess nothing in media (CBC, CTV, CNN has been said about students that knew him. Unless it had, I haven't followed it too much. It's being portrayed as a 'random act'...uh huh. So I guess he randomly rented a van for no particular reason. Bets there's CCTV footage of him waiting for the right the majority of victims were women. He was a 'fan' of that Rodgers fellow.

    And that there whistleblowin' thingy about ye olde mindless control, or control of ye mindless...well now, ifn it aint disinformation, they done given us the keys to defense. Once you know what specific hertz and frequencies, you can cancel them out. There are methods. There's a hack for everything - which is kind of the main reason them there Derpa derpa darpa boyess likes to keep their weapons cache and info on the downlow.

    As for Miss Fraser, who seemed to symbolize the ethereal low rent dankness and angelically soiled spirit of the nineties...what can I say, other than "She was some kind of a woman" (a slightly reworked quote from one of Orson Welles films.)

    And Reinking? I gotta look that one up. And Travis. But definitely Reinking. Almost seems like one of those twilight language names. Oh, and the funny part: he escapes into the woods, apparently nekkid, and they can't find him. A chopper with a thermal cam - he aint wearing no clothes, he'll stick out like a light bulb (incandescent kind).

    Me, I might elect to reread Society of the Spectacle, by Guy Debord. It certainly seems to jibe with the elites need for bloody (very bloody) magic theatre of cruelty circus romps. Nude man killing people in a waffle house. Well, he did have flasher gear on - a jacket.

    The Society of the Spectacle cares not for your active participation. They've probably been beaming lovely ritualistical bon mots into your brain head thing for quite a while now. And of course the Mega-ritual (TM) will grind on and love to shake it's moneymaker, and spread them pearly dew drops of wisdom bukakke style all over your id.

    But hey, that's just my current opinion. Aint saying anything anyone else hasn't already said.

    1. Re reading Debord is always good, necessary in these times of endless atrocities. Gramsci also has a lot that is insightful for our times. Although many people around here would find them suspect because their background. Too bad for them then if that is the case.

  25. Imagine being able to see things others can't see. Imagine being unable to tell or explain it to anyone else, day after day, year after year, moving through emotions of fear, hatred, self-pity, lonelyness, self-disgust, hope, hopelessness, revenge, conciliation, emptyness that can never end and can never be shared.

  26. Because you've brought up DONIMO again - I've said it before and I'll say it again:

    The entire song is based on variations on infant-school-playground counting-out chants, specifically those which are related to "the Shepherd's score" and other "arcane" numerological traditions.
    Everyone above the age of about thirty recognises this particular "eena-meena" chant, there are more (dialectical and - before you say it - non-racist) versions of that than I can be bothered to count. Similar versions of the "poka-poka" chant are documented on sites like and (some have the words "donimo" or "domino" and I seem to recall one has a "kek" in it!).
    Only the barely audible "verse" (circa three-minutes into this song) can be said to be a Fraser invention.
    But, like I said before, it's crazy to apply all this analysis to whats arguably the worst song they ever cut, sounding like (to use a 1980s reference) a "Spitting Image" parody of the Cocteau Twins.

  27. Why do you not have your own podcast? It is too long in between higherside chats!


    Others noted as well.

    Orange County
    Golden State
    Citrus Heights

    72 as golden ratio angle see here. And as seen .. the math leads to 108. Which is moon food or "how the trapped light is fed back to above the event horizon" which is Judas Iscariotes .. ie "the dagger". Moon having a diameter of 1080 miles.

    It also has the broadcast tell of Mc X, in this case McNamara.

    Like when Osama was buried at sea after 40 seals, after 40 days by McRaven. Mc is master of ceremonies or son of, equivalent of "ben" in hebrew.

    State as perp. Using innate psycho plus learned ponerology of the Keystone contract servants to the Polis. Pigs as perps. Politicos as perps.

    DeAngelo as "fallen light, fallen angels" aka how light gets trapped below the moon .. light in water is a membrane.

    <a href = ">Inside a seal skin one may take on the aspect of servant of Poseidon to get to ones hour of handing over.</a>

    1. Just as every cop is a criminal and all the sinners saints

  29. What is consent ? Image made, like a badge or the shimmer of the TV people, then bad things happen and "consent" to I'm a cop, servant of the city, state, world. A golden boy made by shimmer. Here as well it has a Mc X, in the case McAndrews. His shine is so great the crowds outside gang around with "We love Bill!"

    In love service to the EXO in all its forms they clamored "Tophet, tophet, tophet!", the meat sizzled and called beckoning to be eaten. The children of the undulating masses were nowhere to be found. Where could they have gone ? The shimmer knew .. they went to the kitchen and found themselves in the pots of the ISO as food for the clamoring masses. All in love service to their EXO.

    The divided host of bread and wine is fed to the masses. The undivided host awaits its reveal as the star no one noticed on its way to the grocery store. Morsel in hand, "do what you do and quickly" and out the door it went .. into the night. Seed planted, no one noticed.

    Truly a 2nd son. and the only who actually foolfilled "no man may take my life, I lay it down, I pick it back up again".

    Jesus has others carry his cross, others nail him there, others take him away.
    Peter has others carry him there, nail him upside down, others bury him at Palatine Hill, ie where the Coreybantes come in time of Hannibal.
    Judas alone takes himself there, hangs himself alone there, and his belly falls out onto Aceldama !!!

  30. Imagine that we are witnessing the desperate attempts of a ruling class that know with each passing day their symbols and workings are failing. Imagine the ability of many who were blind to the evil machinations of their rulers can now see it. More every day. Saturn in Capricorn. As Saturn retrogrades over the next 5 months we will go over what has been revealed since December. Then as it moves forward more novelty.

    Of note recently was Chiron's move into the 1st degree of Aries on April 17th. The Sabian Symbol for that degree is:

    KEYNOTE: Emergence of new forms and of the potentiality of consciousness.

    It occurred to me that the symbol of this degree for this seven year long astrological transit (last time need to say more) is a completely counter to the mermaid stuff being pushed. Obviously the woman is leaving the sea - evolving.

    We move in cycles and we do evolve.


    1. Thank you for that comment. Astrologers and others who follow the astrology trends of late have also noted the strong "revelations of misdeeds" and "renewal" themes. Your take on the emerging water to earth theme makes more sense than the defective rituals and messages we are seeing and hearing from the dark ones.


    Orange County .. again.

    Parents have no right to stop kids from learning at the panties of Coreybantes.

    The state will be more than happy to take your children away so they can foster them along towards .. clockwork orange county happiness.

    Excerpt from article = "This “toolkit,” funded in part by the George Soros-connected Tides Center, offers kids tips on using sex toys and anal lubricant. It defines “anal intercourse,” “phone sex,” and more as “common sexual behaviors.” It teaches that “abstinence” and “virginity” can mean engaging in a variety of sexual activities, but stopping short of intercourse. “What if you don’t have time or money to buy sex toys?” the guide asks on page C-51. “Cucumbers, carrots, and bananas (with the peel) make great dildos. Just remember to use a condom!”

    Orange alert.

    1. Even though we're taught to wash our fruit before eating, it appears a condom will be sufficient for a good stuffing. Interesting priorities there.

    2. Remember this always:

      "The good guys won." / "Punch a nazi."

      The abuse really does begin in the home for It's the home that hands the children over to the state for anti-Human indoctrination.

  32. Chris's writing is always awesome, but dang if I don't find the comments even more informative. Which is cool. Yeah, I've thought about the need for increasingly horrific seems a thread throughout always has to pay more and more for one's power to commit dark acts it seems. Those shoggothoids and evil atari overlords tend towards greed...assuming they exist, which I would hope they don't. Or, psychologically, I suspect that apparently human things like the elites get addicted to carnage, like a bad drug, and need bigger fixes each time for that rush.

    The Minassian event, if I am to believe these comments, seems to follow a well worn path of getting weirder and weirder every few hours it seems.

    1. 'assuming they exist', perhaps not, but what if Working them into existence via observance of ritual conjures them, or something close enough to may as well be them, as an act of sheer bloody minded willfulness out t' ether?

    2. Right. Countries just exist as abstract concepts and see the awful mess they have gotten us into. As long as people worship something it is real.

  33. Anyone seen this: "Exorcist Director Says He Saw the Real Thing"

    Really weird interview. I think he meant to say "Dybuk" instead of "golem" though. Came off as...odd.

    1. I don't get it, friedkin is supposed to belong to a different religion so why the Catholic worhip? Or is he just trying to make more money from his biggest hit?


  35. Pill Co$by found guilty. Let the lawsuits begin.

  36. The 6th & final episode of 'Wild Wild Country' features a scene in which Robert Weaver, 'The former assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon', states:

    "Those days court artists drew pictures... there was a very strong presence in that room of, of a dark aura, the Rajneeshees who had packed the courtroom were sending that right up my spine... that er courtroom artist who when it was over had told me that the eerieness she felt in that courtroom was only akin to one other experience she had... where she was present with the Ayatollah Khomeini."

    The pictures, The Bhagwan dressed up to The 9's, look like sketches from the development of some kind of sci-fi series, ultimately abandoned never getting the chance to fully have a shot at getting beyond the final frontier.

    It also features a bizarre singalong with Johnny Carson leading his audience into biding farewell to the shamed guru.

    Perhaps the strangest Oddity though are the locals celebrating the apprehending of Osho by wearing pinkish t-shirts emblazoned with his likeness & the text 'WE BHAGGED THE BHAGWAN', "Big seller the hot-pink... everybody likes that" states the shirt seller, no idea if any Rajneeshees purchased any to match their uniform & attempt to overcome/turn the due-process, perhaps Sheela got one smuggled in to prison to wear?

    'WWC' was a 'Red Rancho Film Productions', that's 'Red Rancho' not 'Rancho Rosa' Twin Syncs fans.

    1. Finished it at 2 am this morning. Man, you got it right! Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (12-11-31 to 01-19-90) spoke of "belief" and "conditioning" and was no Jesus or Gandhi. The drama unfolded as if scripted.

  37. Watery 9:

    "I can't believe I'm actually going hiking in weather like this. It doesn't make sense to go to a place that's completely flooded. It's tempting fate. We're going to die – I'm serious,"

    An offering hoping for favour from desert gods? 'Stranger Things' abound than having a taste for spooked meat.

    (The toll has since risen to 10)


    'A shadow will be cast across the Earth when Donald Trump arrives in the UK.'

    Up until very recently such use of language would not have appeared in an msm source, fears be damned though:

    'The eclipse will not be visible in the UK or the US. It will only pass over Antarctica and Australia, though it will almost certainly be streamed online.', 'The dates of Mr Trump’s visit – and whether he should be invited to come at all – has long been a point of dispute in the UK. Some politicians have argued he shouldn’t be invited at all, and his arrival will be met with what could be one of the largest ever protests on UK streets.'

    I guess the t-shirts & placards are already printed awaiting signalling.


    Illustrated with a photo of an ear examination of a red-headed child.

    'Dr. Walter Zahorodny, a pediatrician and autism researcher, is “stunned by the speed of increase.” ', '"We need to have strong concerted efforts toward universal autism screening,” Zahorodny said in response to this data. The AAP states that all children should be screened for autism by their primary care provider at 18 months and again at 24 months.'

    the number doubled to triple, 9's all over the place.

    & In the 9th(!) episode of the reWorked 'Lost in Space' a conspiracy is revealed:

    "We didn't just miraculously develop the technology to travel the universe... we stole it" ... "To hide something like that you'd need one hell of a cover story"...

    'The Christmas Star', a 'crashed meteorite' (impact: Xmas Eve night), is what provides the cover, the conspiracy is clued at the start of the 9th when It's stated that "Nothing about how this has behaved so far has followed any of our models", the acquired technology is the means by which the select are able to travel to Alpha Centauri for their new life far away from a ruined Earth.

    After the '2' of the 'J2' insignia of the 'Jupiter 2' a segmented hexagon is to be seen... in orange, & black cubic tiles heat shield the hull, whilst bluish hexagons illuminate the 'go fish' table in a room - a liferaft of sorts - designed to withstand potential asteroid impacts.

    The title sequence to 'LiS' Star-syns with 'Enterprise', It includes footage of the original shuttle as part of a montage of space flight development, igniting severe flashbacks to a Sam Beckett "Straight & steady". 'Enterprise*' that really did get 'lost in space' didn't It?

    (*The 'J2' even has It's own harpoon gun.)

  38. There's an increasingly popular video game called Fortnite Battle Royale. Millions of people are subscribed to the biggest YouTubers and Twitch streamers who play it, and I watch a couple of them to unwind. I've had some small syncs watching its progression, but never enough to mention until today.

    Apparently they've added falling meteors. Their teaser image is orange, of course. And there's rumors of adding super hero content to the game.


    "Battle. Adapt. Win."

    Best wishes, man.

  39. News today about the US Army waiving mental health requirements for New recruits, including people with a history of self mutilation. Uhum...

    1. As Chris mentioned elsewhere an army of angsty cutting soyboys is not a real army at all. This is more evidence that everything, even the military, eventually gets crapified by our current (oc)culture. It's just another datapoint on a line moving in the direction of devolution (to make way for the "new man"?).

      Also posted before and perhaps appropro again here, a little Pixies:

      Cease to resist, giving my goodbye
      Drive my car into the ocean
      You'll think I'm dead, but I sail away
      On a wave of mutilation
      Wave of mutilation
      Wave of mutilation

      I've kissed mermaids, rode the El Niño
      Walked the sand with the crustaceans
      Could find my way to Mariana
      On a wave of mutilation
      Wave of mutilation
      Wave of mutilation

    2. Because that’s exactly what the military needs: mentally unstable recruits who could be easily triggered to take out their entire battalion before offing themselves. 👍🏻 I can’t even make that make sense in my head.

    3. 'Rollerball 2024: The Soylent Candidate'

  40. A few more synchs for the pile.. Concerning the Waffle House shooter: I think another commenter has already noted that the name Reinking is pronounced "Rhine King", and made the connection with the Lorelei, the freshwater Siren of the Rhine. But most people (including some of the early news reporters) seem to naturally want to pronounce It as "Rain King". The phenomenon of the "Rain King" (a man who ruled by right of his ability to control the weather) was most fully documented by Frazer in the Golden Bough. Since the victims were African-Americans and the attack seems to have been racially motivated (so much as it was motivated at all), it may be significant that the purest examples of Rain Kings were found in Africa. Frazer also noted that the ancient Celts had offered human sacrifice, via drowning in rivers, in order to make rain. It may also be a distant synch that drowning survived as a legal punishment (usually of women convicted of infanticide) in the Celtic nations well into the 18th Century. And "The Rain King " is also a rather cryptic song by the Counting Crows; and of course a group of crows is a "murder".

    1. My thoughts as well! And you know, yesterday i was interviewing a 90s era rock guy running for congress. He randomly brought up the name of his friend - Counting Crows vocalist Adam Duritz!

  41. A few synchs surrounding the Toronto working....Minassian is an Armenian name meaning "descendant of Minas"; Minas being an old-fashioned but still fairly common Armenian given name. It commemorates St. Minas (now usually known by the Italian derivatives Minias or Miniato), an Armenian Christian merchant who was beheaded for his faith in Florence, under the Caesars.

    It's probably significant, given the role that severed heads play in the religion of the archons, that St. Minas is a Cephalophore (literally "head carrier ), a saint whose iconography shows him holding his severed head. And given tha. we're supposed to believe that this descendant of Minas decided to kill a bunch of people just because he couldn't get laid, the legends of some of the other cephalophores synch in a blackly humorous way. For instance, St. Aphrodisius is a prominent cephalophore; as is St. Denis, patron saint of Paris, a city named after the Goddess, and site of another archon-engineered mass killing.

    Anyway, hope this info is of some value. And, as always, keep up the stellar work, CLK!

  42. & now making some headlines--remains of largest mass child sacrifice ever discovered found in Peru:

    & people wonder why? Because the gods are always hungry.

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    'Raniere’s Albany, New York-based Nxivm Corp — billed on its website as “a community guided by humanitarian principles” — has long operated a self-help seminar series known as Executive Success Programs, or ESP.', 'Mack got her start in acting as a child, which means “she’s been taught to want to make everybody happy from a young age,” the source added.', 'Prosecutors and others allege that Mack was the leader with Raniere of the effort to recruit women under the guise of joining a women’s empowerment group. Those who were led in the secret society known as “DOS” or “the Vow,” had to provide a form of “collateral” in the form of embarrassing photos or written testimonials that could be used against them if they tried to leave and discredit others.', '“Who she was and who she became are very different people,” a source said.'

    ESP / DOS / was/are/source.

  45. Massive Explosion at Wisconsin Refinery injures 20.Medical Helicopter crashes in Northern Wisconsin Three Deaths reported.

  46. Because...America's "Psycho Snowflake Generation".

  47. The Secret World of Allison Mack?

  48. Hey Chris excellent work as always! In relation to the van attacks, I was just thinking the other day if they were all some type of false flag to bring out the "psychotronic" tech mainstream and then low and behold this:
    “The military is developing the weapon for force protection — as in protecting soldiers and bases. But it has applications for police as well. Placed strategically around cities, it could prevent attacks like the ones in Europe, Canada, the United States, and elsewhere. There are, however, some tricky legal issues involved in using electronic and radio jamming devices in the United States.”
    Keep up all your excellent work sir!

  49. Speaking of worrisome tech, more on the details of the Samsung hypnosis program "to forget the show you watched" They aren't even playing the "help the disabled with technology!" card anymore.

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