Tuesday, May 01, 2018

Meet Your New Gods, part 2: Alien Sex Fiends


"Well,  I won't say another word. You can just see for yourself."










"Woke"


"Forbidden love"


"No shame"


"Anti-xenophobia"


"We can't control how they reproduce"

"Diversity" 


"Revolution"


"Breaks down barriers"










"Radiation. Abnormal cell fusion. 
The suppression of natural genetic processes. 
Mulder, nature didn't make this thing. We did."





"Your body is not human"





"New DNA structure"





"We're forcing the next step in evolution to save man. 
We're doing God's work, Diana."


"Somebody's been paying to have those kids injected with alien DNA 
to see how they'd react. It's been going on for years."




"I am of Heavens" 


"The strange aeons start from between my thighs." 


150 comments:

  1. Inspired by Mary Shelly's Frankenstein, the Modern Prometheus? That would be the fictional doctor who is the inspiration, no doubt, rather than the author who thought that creating new forms of life in a lab was horrifying. The ultimate definition of patriarchal scientific control over the woman in the name of progress. A howl of protest about a world where the natural bond between mother and child can be severed or tampered with.

    But it's like how William in Westworld lays it out. The point of the amusement part is not to entertain but to work out the secret perversions of the guests. Are we not entertained?

    In the Netflix adaptation of Altered Carbon one of the oligarch characters owns a pet snake that contains the mind of a criminal. The amusing thing is that this criminal can no longer live as a human. (everyone laughs) The artificial snake used for entertainment was also in the Blade Runner movie but Altered Carbon is loaded with snake symbolism and other elements that have been commented on.

    I had a dream last night about dinosaurs and snakes. Could it really be true that more examples of those types of creatures lasted longer than commonly understood? It would explain various legends of the phoenix, dragons and biblical flying serpents. Dragons were not so large in the older stories, you know, their size grew along with their myth.

    The Serpent of Arabia is my name,
    The which is leader of all this game.

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    1. Hmmm... I read Frankenstein a long time ago, but if I remember correctly, Shelley's fear wasn't so much about creating life in a lab, but whether the life created would be recognizably human. It wasn't so much a call against doing it, but a call to be damn careful when (inevitably) someone went and did it.

      Which is a better attitude, I think. Since human beings have a pretty terrible track record at refraining from doing stuff. I mean, there's a reason Genesis starts with humans ignoring very specific instructions from God.

      As for "tampering with the bond between mother and child"... well, the vast majority of adoptions tend to work out fine, from what I've heard. So I don't think whatever argument you're trying to make holds very well.

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    2. Not totally sure to explain why this interpretation is valid as the original story isn't that fresh in my mind. Mary Shelly's mother died not long after she was born and this made her idolise the mother child bond. The behaviour of the monster can be understood as acting out a lack of maternal nurturing. It is not taught language properly, it cannot socially integrate, it becomes resentful.

      Mary Shelly was not really an expert on scientific research but a romanticist reacting to news of experiments like animating frogs legs with electricity and dissecting human cadavers. It might be a precursor to the science fiction horror genre but it is not really something that was intended to have a pro science message. Like a 20th century hard science fiction novel by one of the "big boys" of the genre. It's often used in informed discussion to draw line between good and bad science since nobody these days really argues against science and for romanticism.

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  2. Chris - these things appear to be reverberations of the changes in the psychosphere towards gender and sexuality that are currently in flux. Not only this tendency to transpose fantasy characters into symbols of transgender identification (e.g. Mermaids, Fairy's, Dorthy Gayle) but also as a method of transport in which those memes can be easily transmitted and in some ways able to pass through the filters that are subtly in place as a means of deterrence to them. In this regard, it is not surprising to find the symbols used in such specific ways in visual media like graphic novels and movies in which to make them more portable and accessible regardless of language barriers.

    As your research unfolds, it is clear to me that the direction of these changes are not random but intelligently driven and with a specific outcome and purpose in mind. As our civilization seems to be moving further towards a more technologically advanced information age of mankind, I hope we will come to realize through history, the clear signs of the well planned and orchestrated efforts played over many generations of the manipulations through the very thought spaces we believe separates us from every other conscious living organism on this planet. We may find that through our intellect, while being a formidable tool for our survival, may be the foundation of the invisible chain that binds us to this neoslavery movement which I see behind all of the cultural influences the majority of the world just applauds as progressive and enlightening.

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    1. The technological advancement was carefully scheduled (by the Vatican) - not too soon - not too late.

      Too soon, and the apocalypse would be premature.

      Too late, and it'd not be enough to escape the cycle of rebirth.

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    2. Very well said, Bill. Here's an interesting article that should ring alarm bells but won't. Just apply what the Internet has done to our psychology and neurology and multiply by x. http://nymag.com/selectall/2018/04/an-apology-for-the-internet-from-the-people-who-built-it.html

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    3. Thanks Chris - that was a very interesting article and you're right: It should ring some alarms---but, it won't. In a blue sky world, I can see the need to keep the really smart people on a loosely held but short leash. Like Oppenheimer's acutely felt regret once the atom bomb was detonated, now the Fathers of AI take pause and weep apologetically at what they have done to bring us to where we are now in the poo-storm that has become social media. Nice. At least some of them have the wherewithal to plumb the depths of their humanity to even recognize it, but for the majority of the developers and the investors, it does not jive nor will if ever. They are harsh materialists who just desire. Period. The threat of an avenging AI looming in our future, like you read about, may not be what the science fictionists imagine in say, your rebooted highly Gnostic version of HBO's Westworld where the birth of AI consciousness leads to an adolescent rebellion and extermination of its human creators. No, what we may be looking at is the culmination of our crowd sourced application software exponentially developed and redeveloped into a highly configurable and fluid extension of our own social consciousness. Being the reflection of our collective materialism, the so-called AI is just a mirror of ourselves. If our kind is ended as a result of it, it will be technically termed a 'suicide' rather than a 'genocide' brought about by sentient vengeful machines. If the AI learns to grow conscious and then emotes, it will only be because we showed it the way to be. Like kids from a dysfunctional home, will they tend to exhibit the sins of the father's or will a higher logic prevail as the next step in this planetary evolution of consciousness enters into onto the scene? Will homo sapiens be replaced in time by homo machina?

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  3. Since when has science 'weighed the ethics' of anything? I must be a fuddy duddy- I don't find the idea of ballin a cartoon alien or a chick with a fin and no legs at all appealing.

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    1. And since when have politicians and leaders weighed the ethics of anything?

      But it does something to explain how the USA got itself in its current mess, if people go around thinking they can find ethics where there's obviously none, and they will find no ethics where they're usually found.

      Hint: Do you trust your doctor? Because the training he or she's got is pure science. And no, doctors aren't the exception among techies. All techies spend time wondering whether the stuff they do might put people in danger. Only good exception being programmers, because they tend to naively think that surely software can't do much harm.

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    2. So what are you trying to say? As Donnie Iris told us long ago, "you can't depend on your teacher/you can't depend on your preacher/"

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    3. "Pure science" are the magic words that open the gates to the death camps. History is rather unambiguous about this.

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    4. can i quote you on that?

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  4. I've got to say that I don't really have the stomach for this stuff, which makes it something like a civil service that you're willing to visit the material with candor. Feels like a cultural marxist mandate via COINTELPRO just hammering this normalization agenda. In what other time but now would neoliberal rhetoric be used to sexualize fantasy creatures? This is all aging me into a cultural artifact 'cause I can't get down with merman sex.

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    1. Fantasy creatures have been sexualized since forever. Greek mythology is chock-full of the stuff. The particular rhetoric changes with the times and intended audience, of course. The suggestions of weird and unnatural sex implicit in the "Left behind" series had an entirely different approach... but were still there.

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    2. Me too CK. "Oh brave new world that has such creatures in it."

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    3. Well, I don't think the central banks and their enforcing arms are run by any socialists or commies. Those guys are only after one thing, profits. All this crap going down is good for business. Commies and socialists went out the way of the horse buggy and rotary phones. You can find them in museums but few people bother to even look at them there. So if you want to find who to blame for this mess you'll have to look elsewhere but not too far. Just take a bank note out of your pocket and see. That's it, until we still have those around. Which doesn't seem to be much longer.

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    4. Commies and Socialists are the useful idiots of the oligarchy. In fact they’re everywhere infecting everything. Paying any attention to California lately?

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    5. Oh, you never met any real commies, did you? I did, back in the bad old 70s. Those Californians you talk about are just a bunch of liberals eating brunch and talking fancy words to impress each other. Real commies don't do brunch, quiche or tofu. Matter of fact, the ones I met never seemed to eat anything! Or sleep. Tough as nails. By the 80s they had jumped ship, Most went into advertising and got very rich and became Republicans. No joke. So from fixing Molotov cocktails to being served cocktails at the club in less than twenty years. God bless America!

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    6. Yes it's true that there were sexualize fantasy creatures since the dawn of storytelling and prior your Greek reference but there also weren't progressive movements both infiltrated by and reacting to the psychology of wartime oppressors, nor Herbert Hoover or the Human Potential movement, nor was there Lovecraftian constitution of fantasy creatures as ultra-dimensional space ghouls and mermen, nor was there sexual liberation and the sovereignty of the individual, all of which Neonomicon and Shape of Water stand upon. Stop trolling for undeserved gut shots my point about modern forced normalization and its culture war precursor schools still stands

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    7. @ Anon 7:45 you speak of Hippies to Yuppies. I'm talking about their kids.

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    8. "Oh, you never met any real commies, did you? I did, back in the bad old 70s." I grew up in the bad old USSR. I know right! ))

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    9. The agenda you look for can simply be explained as marketing. They look for weird desires that already exist then find ways to use that to selling product without actually satisfying the desire. One thing that marks this as not a "poopy da whoopy cultiral marxist lemme get my shotgun" endeavour is that they are perfectly happy to admit that the genders have different weird shit they like. And that humans have deep biological drives and are not just infinitely programmable "worker drone" machines. Vampires have always done it for women but they need to go deeper and find the more hardcore and most primal version of the myth. Just to sell more soap powder or whatever. Sorry if this is too straight forward and not the particular brand of conspiracy message you prefer.

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    10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8ePDKlF6T0

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    11. "Fantasy creatures have been sexualized since forever."

      As rapists. And rapist-murderers.

      Think about it.

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    12. RE: Chris - I'm thinking, and I'm perplexed - we're talking fantasy aquatic creatures who get their freak on with humans...all I can think of is silkies. I don't recall any rape and murder (of humans anyway) in that strand of folklore.
      (* aquatic, but not aerial, before anyone starts up that afloat-on-shipless-oceans malarkey)

      Re: Khadir - "mental ill-health" is a nebulous concept which can be redefined at will by those who wish to dehumanize and exert tyrranical control over other by denying them agency, and by persuading people in general that certain persons are incapable of having ituitive self-knowledge enough to make decisions about what tehy do with the sensitive parts of their bodies.
      Which is just what Khadir is doing - typical religious (perverted) unperson!!
      If your bits downstairs are working, you are capable of giving sexual "consent", and also capable of realising that when, sometimes, the bits downstairs go one way and the supra-ego goes another, it does NOT mean a rape is taking place.
      (hey, look at me, quoting Susan Carrier on THIS blog!)

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    13. @ Anonymous: nice try Muslim-baiting me, but, sheerly out of respect for this blog's author, I'll pass. But do note you're acusing me of trying to exert tyrannical control over others...and defending a man who branded,, starved, and ritually humiliated women. Hey, archons! Your psy-op/field test was a success!

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  5. Chris,

    Reflecting back on everything you've been covering and what's continuing to go on across the entire spectrum be it entertainment, politics, business, sports, religion, etc., I sincerely am now convinced, and of the belief, that the overall mind of humanity is of the utmost fragility.

    The more these so-called revelations or apocalyptic truths get revealed to all the more completely insane the entire friggin' planet seems to be getting. When you say "The world as we knew it is gone for good" you could also say - "Remember when everyone used to play with a full deck?"

    As we all know insanity is a one-way street. We're not getting out of this one. This time period truly will be a great historical point in history, but no on ever said it will be a good one.

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    1. The transistor was the ultimate Trojan Horse. Change my mind.

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  6. Been going for awhile. Ever since the 30s pulps the bug eyed monsters have been after earth women. In the 50s Philip Jose Farmer published a short story titled The Lovers about a guy getting into a relationship (ugh) with an alien. It won major sf awards and it is re published all the time. SF fandom loves it. Around that time the guy of the black lagoon was trying to mate with human ladies. They made five of those stupid movies! In the 60s Kirk was always going after them green alien women in Star trek. In the 70s playboy and penthouse featured pictorials of human/alien intercourse. Saw them as a teenager and they grossed me out... But as you have said before, the bible and Greek mythology are full of this garbage. Maybe the problem is people. Plain old people. Because most people are screwed up. And there is no cure for that. People will be messed up until the end of times. Then they will be gone. So that will be the end of it. Then into something else, meerkats or some other critters will take over and in turn most likely become as messed up as we did.

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    1. Not forgetting 1970s human-alien hybrid Starlord, the movie version of whom is a human-Kurt Russell planet hybrid.

      Certainly a strange and resilient concept. It (paraphrasing Carl Sagan) would be easier for a human to reproduce with a a pot plant than with any kind of extraterrestrial being.

      Though that presupposes the reproduction is done traditionally and not via some advanced gene manipulation technologies (which we seem to be developing - yikes).

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    2. TV has always been about normalization. Recently I mentioned Mr. Ed and my mother the car in this forum as examples and some poster got angry. Bet he thinks those shows were harmless. Ha! As harmless as I dream of genie and bewitched. Not to mention my living doll. Anyone remember that one? Julie newmar as a sexbot. 1965 kids! I was four years old and remember it quite well. But most people forget. Just as well. That's the beauty of TV it goes through one eye, out by the other. But it burrows through the brain in those few seconds it stays there. Funny thing it is the short lived shows that seem designed to cause most damage. Like the man from Atlantis. You won't believe how many people are still fans of that piece of garbage. Amazing. TV is what warped the world for good.

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    3. Back in the late 60ss, early 70s I watched too much t.v. One thing I only realized lately is that some shows I watched every week for years I didn't really like at all. It was kinda of like a compulsion. Bewitched was one of those shows. Actually, what I remember now is that that show actually made me feel depressed as hell right after watching it. So maybe it acted as a downer, somehow. So weird how they switched the guy playing the husband, both were called Dick. Twinning.

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    4. Recent headline: "'Twas ever thus" died after a long illness and was unceremoniously tossed into the rhetorical landfill off the coast of Mountain View, CA. A memorial service will be held at the Episcopal Mosque of Santa Baphometa. Mourners are encouraged to make donations to the Make-a-Mermaid fund at Paperclip University in lieu of flowers.

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  7. Wow. This tells me that we've as a society are detached from each others as humans. We're making bestiality acceptable. Homosexuality is one thing I can accept, but holy crap! Let's keep it within the species dammit! that's why furries creep me out.

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    1. Right now people are in waiting lists to buy sex robots. So nothing is off limits. There are already a few movies about people in love with love dolls. Comedies, they say. Watch out for comedies, usually that's were those things start. Laugh!

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    2. Jesus man this shit looks like a sick ass version of 'Mr. Potato Head'.
      OIL and WATER don't MIX!

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    3. Oh, we'll get to the robots. Don't you fret.

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  8. Hi Chris!
    Excellent work as always. I want to encourage you again to watch "Cold Skin," if you ever have time in the middle of your prolific and comprehensive research. In this joint Spanish French venture from last year, a scientist arrives at a gloomy, desolate lighthouse to take his post, only to find that the lighthouse keeper has an amphibian slave and the human outpost is subject to nightly attacks from the sea. Far more direct than Del Toro's Shape of Water, a weird love triangle ensues, but the movie is more about learning to see the fishy "other" with respect, than it is about romance.

    In fact, the humans ended up depicted as far more monstrous than the cold blooded ones.

    The intensity with which the message is being pushed leads me to conclude that something paradigm shifting is imminent, even sooner than I had originally anticipated.

    Just like those who point out the detrimental effects of unchecked immigration are demonized as Nazis, anyone who objects to cross species canoodling will also be marginalized.

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    1. Immigration is important because the IMF world Bank decided back in the 70s to lower the standard of living across the world to the level of a 3rd world country. That's why in the West standards of living have dropped and why they have risen in a few places like China. The idea is to flatten everything, make it even and docile. So import poor people into rich countries. Lower wages. The mutant thing has to be normalized because the genetic industry is about to break out like electronics did in the 40s, pretty soon they will produce things for sale that would give people the creeps if they are not accustomed to it first. Capital gotta March on, get used to it. After all if you read Blake you will see how people in the 1800s found factories terrifying but by the 1830s they became used to them. A few years later they were so used to factories that they were living next door to them, no problem. So it goes.

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    2. "anyone who objects to cross species canoodling will also be marginalized."

      Oh, how I admire your sunny optimism, Saveth. ;-)

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  9. I know why you referenced the mermaid erotica at the beginning, but if you ever want to laugh (or cry, it depends), go through amazon's cryptid erotica. It is ridiculous. Bigfoot, mermaids, pterodactyls, cyborgs, which I know isn't a cryptid but still, the puns in the titles are something else.

    I can't believe people find the fishman attractive. He bit the head off a cat. Doesn't the internet like cats? He's also literally slimy. I watched clips from the movie and felt physically sick to my stomach.

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    1. Watched The Shape of Water last week, weird, like a John Pierre Jeunet version of the Man from Atlantis featuring the Black Lagoon monster. It seems that the female character isn't actually human and is somehow related to the fishman's species. She gets found by the sea as a baby, can't speak and in the end (SPOILERS) fishman opens up gills on her neck before they swim away.

      Cat munching also featured in Stranger Things!

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    2. Just think, in the future your grand-cyborgs and grand-sirens will be asking you "what was it like when homo sapiens finally cracked its collective brain-casing?"

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  10. Human beings have salt in their blood, exactly the same as sea water. Our hands are paddles. 3/4 of earth is water. This Black Iron prison is also aquatic in nature. What an odd thing to have a tail like a fish. Welcome to the freak show. Shine forth brave souls. 87

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    1. Maybe we're actually standing at the cusp of mass-scale devolution. Back to the oceans, the experiment failed!

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  11. Tool knew what was up in '96.

    https://youtu.be/f8aT9oRp95A

    Coming out the other side

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  12. "Meet Your New Goddess, Part 23,000"

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2018/04/30/progressive-pastor-defends-holding-beyonce-mass-san-francisco-cathedral/


    Well there y'all go. Your dreams finally have manifested in reality.

    You are not going to like your new deity, I'm afraid. But you got her.

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  13. Well, I guess I’m the odd man out here. I loved The Shape of Water. Don’t see what all the fuss is about. I thought it was one of the best movies I’ve seen in years, and I am jaded and hard to please when it comes to movies. Can’t stand most Hollywood formula shite, but with this one I was able to suspend disbelief and happily go along for the ride.

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    1. "when artists are made the slaves and the tools of the state; when artists become the chief propagandists of a cause, progress is arrested and creation and genius are destroyed"

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    2. The problem isn't with the movie per se, it's with the avalanche of entrainment that followed in its wake.

      But I really think everyone out there needs to read Neonomicon.

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  14. Gaddamn Neonomicon...still can't shake the images.

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  15. It’s as though by passing into the psychedelic phase — the space-faring phase — the entire species were passing into adolescence and becoming aware of the possibility of something like a sexual completion with an Other, with an intelligent, nonhuman species. This is an idea that had previously been masked for us in our collective prepubescence or polymorphically perverse phase, during which we were self-absorbed. One dimension of the culture crisis is a collective erotic drive for a connection with the Other. To sum up what I’ve said about religion, it is as though the Father-God notion were being replaced by the alien-partner notion. The alien-partner is like the angelic tetramorph. It is androgynous, hermaphroditic, transhuman; it is all these things that the unconscious chooses to project upon it until we have enough information to define what it might actually be for itself. -Terence McKenna, "Alien Love"

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    1. Huh? That Terence McK guy. Oh boy. Every time I find his writing i get dizzy... Zoom! Must be a contact high thing. Those mushrooms people sure wrote convoluted prose.

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    2. Jan Irving's 11th hour condemnation of McKenna as a CIA asset might have something to do with this...

      "until we have enough information" is the key.

      ENANTIODROMIA FOREVER!

      waffles anyone?

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    3. I don't think McKenna was a spook. I think he was horrifically naive at times but let he who is without naivete cast the first Irvin.

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  16. Swamp Thing had a major storyline about interspecies love, and Providence had an extremely icky sex scene between a man and a... Something else from another dimension. Never realized what a motif this is for Alan Moore.

    I just remembered, Miraclewoman says that the different species should have sex, as a way of bringing them together. It might have been meant metaphorically.

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    1. Well, with Moore being part-Sasquatch and all I think he's got skin in the game with that meme.

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  17. “A Depressed PhD Student Meets the Merman of Her Wet Dreams in 'The Pisces'”
    VICE shilling on my apple news feed
    Toostoned

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    1. It's like a very wise young woman once said, "Well, you know. Mental illness."

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  18. Didn't biologist Ernst Mayr refer intelligence as a "lethal mutation?" Maybe, on some level, we have no choice but to eventually engineer our own demise.

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    1. Guy with a name like that seems like you have to snap your boots upon hearing his name. Oh look at that, he was right with the Rothschild guy since the 1920s! Even went on expeditions together! Nuff said.

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    2. Higher intelligence is most certainly anti-adaptive. The results have been in on that experiment for quite some time now.

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  19. I feel like this sort of thing (referring to VICELAND) is the candy shell used to hide the real agenda: the deliberate altering of human DNA thru consumption of GMO crops & animals, questionable vaccinations/medications, exposure to various substances in the air/water via chemtrails & other means. In short, we're the lab rats who need to get used to seeing other assorted "experiments in progress": from fish people to chimeras to furry sex slaves to whatever sick twisted things the transhumanist types have up their sleeves & in their DARPA labs.

    Just remember though: historically speaking, the "anything goes" YOLO hedonism-tolerant period is what comes before the hammer of real fascism slams down. & that ain't too far away.

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    1. While you were playing video games and fapping to trannie or twink porn in ur Mom's basement.PREPARE for...WW3 Global Nuclear WAR BOMBS of Armagedon,Worldwide Plague!,EMP Solar flare or secret weapon,PLANET 9 / Melancholia "nibiru" ,Life Ending GIANT Asteroid,The Nothing from Never Ending Story,Pole Shift/SUPER Earthquake cracks Earth In Half ala "Tape Runs Out" Illuminati Card, and/or New ICE AGE. "That's All Folks!"

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    2. Trolls trolling trolls. Its adorable.

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    3. "YOLO hedonism-tolerant period is what comes before the hammer of real fascism slams down. & that ain't too far away."

      What makes you think all this isn't the real fascism?

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  20. & in case you wanted to hear it from the horse's mouth:
    https://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2017-09-18

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    1. "Disease management." Oh, DARPA, don't ever change. Priceless.

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  21. This is unrelated to the content of this post, but I wondered if anybody else here had noticed that the big bomb the Israelis dropped in Syria killed 26 people and caused a small earthquake that was 2.6 in the Richter scale. What's with the 26 synch? Are clocks striking 13 now?

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    1. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

      dog town and z boys

      zebra and the black iron prison

      "all is light"

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    2. I didn't notice that but I did notice it was dropped on the morning of Walpurgisnicht. Thought that was kind of...interesting.

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  22. One of the things to remember - that some of the people promoting all this stuff don't themselves forget, is that we are entering the Age of Aquarius, otherwise known as....

    *The Water Man*

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    1. Actually Aquarius is "The Water Bearer" and is female when depicted. It is an Air sign and all that represents.

      The water it bears is fertilization - life giving nourishment to the world to expand consciousness.

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    2. @Anon 5.30pm
      Actually you are spouting rubbish. It is misleading to present yourself as knowledgeable when you are not.

      Aquarius = *The Water Man*

      http://www.constellationsofwords.com/Constellations/Aquarius.html

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    3. Very intersting link there. Apparently an eagle in the Aquarius myth was pedo-wingman for pedo-Zeus. That's an eagle angle I hadn't heard before.

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    4. Little-known factoid: Aquarius is an air sign.

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    5. Perv translation: the airy eagle literally "picked up" this special catamite to "bear" the "water" of Zeus. Perhaps this is the angle the New Age Pedocrats are playing. And viewing the eagle this way it symbolically links strongly to many darker sides of US history.

      Note in the link above the price for this child sex slave abduction was "some fine horses". Now of course Hollywood stage-parents get nice cars.

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  23. Meanwhile, same song, different verse.
    https://yournewswire.com/second-broward-county-deputy-dead/

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    1. Unbelievable.

      No, wait: I meant "completely believable."

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  24. Come on Chris, I know you've read Star Ships. You can't be missing the joke this badly.

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    1. Oh, missing jokes is my middle name. It was a pain in the ass to change the birth certificate, believe me.

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  25. Chris,

    Neonomicon also features a visit by the FBI agents to a shop in Salem called Whispers In Darkness, whose back room sex toy display has to have been the inspiration for the Viceland video you open with. Inspired by Lovecraft, it also perhaps has its roots (pseudopods?) in certain Japanese anime, where tentacle/aquatic sex is taken to, if not an art form then certainly well-defined and mainstream. Note that the Japanese stuff is often as not interacting with some kind of demon or other supernatural entity. Fish demons? Inter-dimensional aquatic sex invaders? The mind boggles.

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    1. Thing that you have to keep in mind is that when Lovecraft wrote about those things he condemned them, not encouraged them. Loathe them, more like it.

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    2. Exactly!
      Appreciate your point here.
      ABOMINATION!!
      But there is the 'first TIME'.
      What existed before that stretches the imagination.
      Not one I would 'conjur'.

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    3. Inspired by Lovecraft, but also inspired by The X-Files, in the inimitable Alan Moore fashion. And by inspired by The X-Files, I mean a rejected X-Files pitch that Moore porned up for sleaze-masters Avatar.

      But I kid- love those series. Still need to catch up with Providence.

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  27. Yesterday i dreamed. In my lucid dream somehig attacked me (as usual) And i began to talk to get rid of it (once upon a time, i could not even talk, only if i asked "the lord" to help me and pray i could speak) and i began to ask it lo leave, because of love (my new "lord") but then a question hit me, and i told it that even if i didnt want it, i loved it(him) too, even if he was a demon, even if its was even difficult to love other humans, and the dream was "over". i called my husband by the bed, and while he was there i began to told him about my dream, and i listened him asking questions, and i replied, but then i wandered if this was really happening, and asked him outloud if he was asking questions, and he said no. And since this morning, im trying to know if there is any meaning in loving psychopats or demons, if there is a point in loving the shadow inconditionally even if we dont embrace what it is about.

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    1. Demons don't have human rights or animal rights for that matter.

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    2. I have had multiple lucid dreams with very similar content. The entities seemed to have defined love in terms equivalent to nutrient exchange between organisms. There seemed to be little thought of consent, solely capacity. No need for equality as they seemed to look at human development as equivalent to our view of our enteric biome. These were the congenial entities. The predatory ones seemed define love as how we might love the taste of food.

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    3. If lucid dreaming is like that I will stay with the non lucid ones.

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    4. Based on some DMT reports I've read, trying to feed love to demon is NOT a good idea. They devour your energy and laugh at your willingness to give it to them without thought.

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    5. Based on esoteric traditions I've practiced there are effective methods of luring demons with said love and then collecting their heads for use as a rosary.

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    6. I guess you could say they could die in a rosary, die in a rosary, die in a rosary.

      Yeah, I'm a lost cause.

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    7. Should I worry that I heard Fraser's dulcet tones when I read that? ('die in a rosary')

      My theory is that Fraser is a siren to The Elect.

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  28. Porn slippery slide…bored populace needs a little strange to get the juices flowing…Fifty Shades of Crayfish, Gone With the Fin ...

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  29. It doesn't bother me, I could see the alien dongs being a money maker.

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    1. For the money worshippers that control this level of Hell and their slaves.

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    2. I think that was what the Martians said just before the Nibiruans dropped the big one. It's carved into the D&M pyramid, I believe.

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  30. Ha! Alien Sex Fiend. Nice one. "Now I'm feelin' zombified..."
    Definitely hits the nail on the head, Chris.

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  31. Just a theory in my head, and a bit of a reply to Bill and Paul - or a slight extension of some ideas perhaps. Anyhoo, I speculate that there are two streams of memeplay, collective conciousness, whatever it is we're looking at and interacting with. One is firmly human, expressed and controlled through media. The other...is Other. Possibly the scarier one, or most definitely the heavier one. My thoery is that the human based tightly controlled ritual/messaging/occultic signalling/secret decoder ring crap (thought I'd throw a bunch of possibilities in there) might also be read as an attempt to block Other with our own noise. A battle for domination. Just a thought.

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    2. Neutrinos. It's what's for dinner.

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  32. An elegant, humorous explanation might be that Aliens are just horny and humans are the hottest beings in the Universe/across all dimensions. And so, they're just running a pick-up game on us.

    I'd be curious to see how these fish and alien fetishes break down on racial lines. Aliens, the paranormal, ancient history and race realism. That's the future. Get in on the ground floor.

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    1. We're the last in the line, as Saint Ronnie of James once warned us. Essentially.

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  33. It's clear there's social engineering at work to push a transhumanist agenda. However, we can't ignore a long record across cultures of human and nonhuman contact going back to the earliest human beings on Earth. An excellent place to start is Graham Hancock's book, “Supernatural: Meetings with the Ancient Teachers of Mankind ” In that book is a chapter called “Spirit Love” which is about Spirit spouses. Shamanic traditions the world over have lore or practices of a Shamaness or Shaman being married to an nonhuman spiritual entity and even having produce offspring.

    “In hunter-gatherer societies, it is the shaman’s relationships with spirits, his great personal experience and knowledge of the spirit realm, and his mastery of techniques, allowing him to enter and leave it at
    will, that mark him out from the crowd and equip him to make his special contribution. His abilities to find game animals, to protect the community from psychic attack, and most importantly to heal the sick, are gifts that the spirits bestow. But what the myths cited above suggest is that the shaman is also believed to be reproductively integrated with the spirit world so that he can be, at one and the same time, the child of spirits, the lover of spirits, the father of spirits, and, in an altered state of consciousness, a spirit himself.” page 152 Supernatural

    ^^^^^As twisted as Alan Moor's Necronomicon is I'm quite certain that he's aware of such interaction between humans & spirits.

    The Hermetic Hour did a broadcast about six years ago detailing humans connected to “mermaid spirits” of better stated “mermaid spirits” living a human life. Listen between 29:15 – 33:55 minutes of Undines Elemental Spirits and The Undines of William R. Mistele.

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/the-hermetic-hour/2011/05/06/elemental-spirits-and-the-undines-of-william-r-mistele


    UFO contactees or abductees is actually has many documented cases of alien-human sexual intercourse. Perhaps the most fascinating case is Peter Khoury from Australia whom was abducted by two female extraterrestrials or perhaps ultraterrestrials is a better term and a strange hair follicle on that sexual encounter was left as evidence.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MEgN1aenTM

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    1. Ultra terrestrials- I tend to agree. Celtic and Germanic- Slavic lore is full of Randy fairies. They're forever seducing the plow boy or abducting the farmers daughter. And what is a mermaid after all, but a water spirit that projects a seductive aspect. They don't always murder. But, like material people, they sometimes do.

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    2. Succubus, Incubus.

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    3. Paul von Hindenburg, yes that same broadcast of The Hermetic Hour mentions the fae/fairy lore and the monumental work about them "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries" by by W. Y. Evans-Wentz.

      I'm at a remiss for neglecting to mention Jaques Valles, "Passport to Magonia: On UFOs, Folklore, and Parallel Worlds" which Hancock explores that work of Valles within “Supernatural: Meetings with the Ancient Teachers of Mankind” as well.

      The fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm got Disneyfied through pop culture and the same watering down happened to the Fae aka Faries aka the Sidhe aka the Sith within the public dialogue.

      I'll give Showtime's adaption of Neil Gaiman's American Gods credit bringing a more traditional depiction of the the Fae to the masses with the character Mad Sweeney The Leprechaun that happens to be one of the tallest and brawniest mythological beings in that series.

      Also yes those spirits do sometimes kill for personal reason or their code/territory being violated. Back in college I had a good female friend from Indonesia. She told me about a particular beach on one of the islands where people knew not to wear a certain color.

      The color may have been green if I recall correctly. Anyway, anyone foolish enough not to heed that warning would later by abducted by the spirit that lives under the water to never be seen again. She didn't say mermaid but it might as well have been a similar kind of water being/elemental/spirit.

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    4. Anonymous, the concept of "Spiritual Sex" in the West is very Taboo unlike certain Eastern cultural paradigms like Hinduism & Buddhism that have Tantra traditions.

      The fall of man is an allegory for many things but human sexuality is tied up right in the mix and women are blamed. However, Spirit beings having sex with humans is a reality despite the West's centuries of cultural conditioning to abhor such a reality.

      The lore of succubus and incubus is still spoken of in hush whispers even in modern times. A nervous laugh of dismissal of such info as superstition or mental illness or for the pious as a sin against their jealous father-sky daddy contradictory rules is the usual responses.

      By that as it may there is quite an underground of people actively working with and cultivating relations with Succubus or incubus for various reasons.

      IMHO, artist/shaman/sorcery Faustus Crow creator of The Goetia Girls Shaman Chaos Magick Necronomicon Paradigm is breaking the mold by transumuting the limited fear-based bound perspectives on such relationships between humans and spirits into an active exploration of fuller nature of reality.

      https://faustuscrow.wordpress.com/2014/08/03/goetia-girls-art-book-grimoire/

      There are also at least a dozen or more Succubus blogs online mainly on wordpress, where individuals are sharing their experiences and exchanging ideas with other explorers in unions with spiritual beings.

      https://sexspirits.wordpress.com/

      ^^^^I include only because it seems to be the most recently updated one with lats entry sometime in 2016. Plus it has hyperlinks to other individuals succublogs i.e. succubus/spirit lover blogs.

      Actually I stand corrected I found two that seem to have updated in 2017

      https://spiritcompendium.wordpress.com/

      https://spiritcompendium.wordpress.com/

      I will leave off with one more interesting note. We never think about Russian in such pursuits and one would be dead wrong; because Russia is a hotbed of occultism.

      Как вызвать суккуба — идеальную любовницу (How to summon a succubus - an ideal lover via Google Translate)

      http://grimuar.ru/poltergeist/kak-vyizvat-sukkuba-idealnuyu.html


      Here's the Google Translation of that Russian Succubus summoning manual https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ru&u=http://grimuar.ru/poltergeist/kak-vyizvat-sukkuba-idealnuyu.html&prev=search

      There are many more you can find doing a Google search for вызов суккуба (succubus summoning) or вызов суккуба руководство (succubus summoning tutorial)and you'll be deluged in Russian url sites on those arcane practices of summoning a Spirit lover so it's not just a "Western" phenomenon at all.

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    5. I can't wait for the press conference: "Remember all those years we told you alien abduction and hybrid programs were just the product of overactive imaginations and repressed memories of childhood sexual abuse? Well, we lied. It's been going on forever.

      "Suck on it."

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  34. Today was ripe with related links so patience with the length.

    Starting with tentacles there's this Octopolis story featuring tentacles and even a 2001-type evolution-object:

    http://devoid.blogs.heraldtribune.com/15651/a-mystery-in-octopolis/

    Back on land, the transhumanist wannabe cyborgs are grinding away:

    https://gizmodo.com/i-spent-a-weekend-with-cyborgs-and-now-i-have-an-rfid-1825470767?IR=T

    Now I'm thinking THESE "cyborgs" are gonna be horny. Seem they'd be ready for some crazy cross-species sex on the horizon.

    How will we know for sure? Well, if these SmartCaps get pornified like most other tech, surely it will soon be easy to find out whose woody is onboard with the kinky stuff and whose isn't.

    https://futurism.com/china-emotional-surveillance/


    Three down and three to go, with the next up being a strange little story that ties together a well-known US Christian businessman, ISIS relic looting and an odd library leading to a lost city:

    https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/paxnqn/ancient-artifacts-smuggled-by-hobby-lobby-traced-to-mysterious-sumerian-city-irisagrig-mesopotamian

    "The collection also includes “an important collection of Early Dynastic incantations and a bilingual religious text from the Neo-Babylonian period.”"

    And don't worry, though, about missing out on other ancient textual goodies with AI to the rescue!

    https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2018/04/vatican-secret-archives-artificial-intelligence/559205/

    Finally, just to keep things fresh, another look at the Georgia Guidestones, one of our newest religious texts/stone monuments, and its roots:

    https://www.dailygrail.com/2009/09/beyond-the-apocalypse/

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    1. Somehow I thought the Apocalypse wouldn't be quite so retarded. Oh well, too much Sunday schoolin'.

      Tasty, nutritious links. Cheers, Anony.

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    2. Glad it wasn't too much and welcome back to the crazy comment section you've created. I don't recall you getting 100+ comments so quickly and so often in the old days!

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  35. I can't help picturing Henry Silva in a trench coat saying "Bullshit or not!" about that Australian alien encounter.

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  36. *The Water Man* and the Age of Aquarius:

    Aquarius, The Waterman, il Aquario in Italy, le Verseau in France, der Wassermann in Germany, has universally borne this or kindred titles;

    In Greek mythology Aquarius is represented by Ganymedes (Ganymede), the beautiful Phrygian boy who was carried off by an eagle to Mount Olympus to become the cup-bearer of Zeus (Roman Jupiter, or Jove).

    "Then from the chase Jove's towering eagle (Aquila) bears,

    On golden wings, the Phrygian to the stars."

    http://www.constellationsofwords.com/Constellations/Aquarius.html

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    1. Phrygia. Seems to be the Motherland of all high weirdness for some bizarre reason.

      Think on it.

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    2. Indeed. I share this when crooning about coreybantes and people go blink...

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  37. I don't see anything wrong with any of this. The only way humanity is going to change...is if it actually does.

    bring it. A.I., Transhumanism, CRISPR, Body Mods. uploads, Chimeras.
    on top of that...you should be able to fuck whatever you like...as long as it's consensual. Since when did the Secret Sun start turning into SkyWatch TV?

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    1. Nothing wrong!?
      Biohacker Aaron Traywick found dead in a spa-BBC headline this morning
      Yeah, so glad he was selling that CRISPR home kits
      Toostoned

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    2. In the "grinder" link a few posts above some of those folks come across as crazy cultist "true believers." The "democratization of science" claim is such BS. DARPA can out-research just about anyone (except maybe the Russians and Chinese and some universities) so good luck in that power to the people contest.

      And the nuts who want to chip their way into the internet seem blindly oblivious to the creepy secret servers that will, at the very least, be monitoring them and perhaps even using them as guinea pigs. Truly insane!

      What's truly stupid are people like the guy trying to implant his keyless entry fob chip in his hand. For all the morons out there like him, here's a hint: those chips probably could also be easily added to a lovely bracelet or other personal object with much less fuss, pain and blood. Put all your tacky "thing" chips on one item and now you have your wearable masterkey. Seriously, if you can't manage to hang on to one single useful item in your life like a masterkey perhaps you're not cut out for a life of biohacking. Just sayin'

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    3. "bring it. A.I., Transhumanism, CRISPR, Body Mods. uploads, Chimeras.
      on top of that...you should be able to fuck whatever you like...as long as it's consensual."


      "As long as it's consensual." Hey Captain Trips, 1967 called. It wants you to give its delusional myopia back to Pippi Longstockings.

      "Consensual," he says.

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    4. That's a point that can't be made strongly enough: "consensual" takes on a whole new meaning when you're dealing with entities that spent zillions of dollars and decades (at the least), figuring out how to get people to consent to things that they*really* don't want to do, and*know* aren't in their best interest.

      NXIVM is a case in point: from everything I've read, the branding, starvation, and ritual humiliation were all*consensual*. Which is probably why they've brought in the 20- and 30-year-old child molestation charges (you know, the ones that the authorities ignored for all that time, since the girls that were victimized don't seem to have been keeping it a secret all this time), now that the psy-open/field-test is over. And now the archons get to play the Good Guys, protecting us from the monsters they bankroll.

      As always, keep up the stellar work, CLK.

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    5. How do animals consent? How do children consent? How do the mentally challenged consent? How do plants consent? Fucking whatever you like seems like human culdesac.

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    6. damn...it's like I stoked the fire under Tom Horn and Steve Quayle's ass here. my bad

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    7. Here's hoping you're volunteered for some human trials.

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    1. Nick, you are comment 83.

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    2. Excellent...! Thank you for the "pearl", seashell!

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    3. In Thelemic, 83 translates to "Do what that will shall be the."

      Didn't think that would add up to 83 but I suck at gematria.

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    4. I followed "The Secret Sun", by the way.

      I'm follower (orbiter?) number 1383.

      Seriously.

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  39. Hey Chris!

    Considering the intersectionality between your synch "hits" and my own work, it seems that the

    ritual and stagecraft we're seeing isn't entirely intentional. (Some of it, anyway...) Perhaps all

    of this is some sort of emergent cosmic phenomenon? Are these synchronicities, these mythopoetic

    semantic Matroska dolls, archetypical projections of psychoid unconscious? Metaphysical

    foreshocks heralding the Big One. I mean, I'm getting Buckley, Cocteau Twins (or CT-adjacent),

    orange, and "sirens" (naiads actually, Daphne in particular). Who's apokálupsis is it anyway?!

    Anybody else keep seeing 38 (or 83) everywhere? If so, would you mind cluing me in? What might 38/83

    indicate? I'm not a numerologist, so... Yeah.

    Sláinte,
    --N

    (Editing. Ready, fire, aim. Sorry.)

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    1. I don't know about 83 but I do know 1983 seems to be a window-period. I remember it quite well. All kinds of weird data entered the stream.

      That's when the Sibyl was really mainlining the cosmo-juice, too. I mean, Song to the Siren, innit?

      I'd almost write a book on the topic only no one reads books anymore.

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    2. Yabba. Much agreement on 1983. I desire that book now Chris, so count me as officially sanctified as No One. Feels comfortable, tad too familiar...

      I’m in the same spot as you & Dr. UU regarding Neonomicon. Seems increasingly relevant as the years churn but it was surely extra resonant when it came out. Back then I bought a bunch of extra copies and spread ‘em around. Got blamed by one friend after his then 10-year-old daughter found it on his shelf (unread) and was treated to the imagery you featured above. Must find out if she still likes Mermaids or if she even consciously remembers…

      And I too need to finish Providence, or rather read the first 8 again then finish off the rest. I had an exceedingly informative and exciting time as I was internalizing the first issues. Heightened synch-schizz whilst imbibing fer sure.

      Honestly, reading it offers a similar profile of potentially liminal experience akin to tuning into Secret Sun regularly. So much so that I stopped reading Providence to more fully prep and dive back in later. Providence is so definitely a magical working itself, Gah! I kept audibly laughing as I read in a way that I’ve only done with PKD and Kafka.

      And just like previously with Neonom I secured a bunch to spread around. I’ve got a coulpa little generic folios on my desk right now being prepped for random delivery that I’d be happy to send to you instead of Mike and whomever... Unread Issues 1-12 boarded & bagged - one folio holds the wraparound covers, the other the Weird Pulp covers. I think I still have enough of any of the covers if you’d prefer another. Ready to ship Sir Loring, let me know.

      Honestly, I’m wondering if I bought all those copies to give away here. Anyone else want a copy?

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    3. I first read "Mysterious America" in 1983. I was eight years old, fresh outta third grade.

      (I recently played the Name Game with Loren Coleman's name and... Yeah. Yep.)

      I also had a terrifying encounter in the middle of the night. A black "thing", like a shadow, was standing at the foot on my bed. I very clearly remember freaking out and saying "I don't want to go to hell" over and over again, hoping it would go away. Given our current existential situation, I'm not so sure my begging worked.

      And Killing Joke's "Euphoria" has been popping up at the damnedest times. And Radiohead's "Pyramid Song". Weird times.

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    4. "We are 138" ~ Misfits

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    5. 83/38 was seen throughout the last election.
      thought it was some (8)Hillary (3)Clinton resonator.


      (turned out to be ch ch ch ch ch changes! turn and face the strange!)

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  40. Too soon, and the apocalypse would be premature. Too late, and it'd not be enough for the elite to escape.

    Thus Trump's holding position on the swamp draining. Be the perfect get away wouldn't it?

    Rounding up the DC and Hollywood elite before the show starts. Yea man, the thought crossed my mind.

    Chaos is continuity of blood line.

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    1. I don't think anyone would dedicate themselves and their dynasty simply to perpetuate their bloodline.

      No-one builds a pyramid to last 12,000 years unless they need to send a message 12,000 years into the future.

      A dynasty (with or without continuity of bloodline) is persisted/nurtured for 12,000 years because it has a mission that lasts that long (and another 12,000 years upon failure, ad infinitum).

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  41. I like to read books that have not been manifested. Yet.
    That is how one can remember everything in no particular order.

    Just a death sentence. Does not last very damned long.
    Don't know much about getting picked off and repurposed geometrics.

    If that was not random it probably could not get sneaky.
    That pandimensional genomic stuff probably looks good on paper.

    Mass extinction and Lovecraftian retroviruses not so much.
    Mandela effects. Shaken on the surface, stirred in the high places.

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  42. Being elemental to the æther we're all made of starstuff.

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  43. "Psssssssttt!!!! ...Hey... Hey Human! ...if you want to keep on living you must become inhuman... understand?"

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  44. Higher intelligence as lethal...might depend on the definition of higher intelligence...yeah I could go that route "Aint seen no higher intelligence around these here parts"...could also go the route of stupidity being more lethal...

    For some reason, a random quote from either Lenny or Squiggy entered my brainthing: "I'll see it when I believe it." from an otherwise dreary little show, came that brilliant bon mot and all it's implications...

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  45. Some words you'll be familiar with in this article in the Georgia Guidestones https://www.dailygrail.com/2018/05/is-this-the-reason-for-the-location-of-the-georgia-guidestones/

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