Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Sync or Swim: The Days of the Lords

New Yorkers praying to Coatlicue. In New York.

Today's the 101st anniversary of Jack Kirby's birth. Yes, yes; I realize I missed his centennial but there might have been a few other things going on at the time, no? And I'm not going to go into too much detail here anyway since it's the end of August and everyone's at the beach. Or the pool or at the grill. 

But it finally dawned on me that Kirby and fellow oracle Elizabeth Fraser's birthdays are back-to-back (I'm slow like that) and there's probably a deeper astrological meaning behind it. But since I can barely even remember the Zodiac, I'll leave that analysis to the experts. 

However, I'd be remiss if I didn't drop the whole Regulus in Virgo business here again, seeing as how Kirby's nickname was "King" and that Our Lady's namesake was known as "the Virgin Queen."





Our popular culture is becoming increasingly Kirbyfied, a pretty remarkable accomplishment for an artist who toiled in near-obscurity most of his career (or having been overshadowed by his Marvel partner Stan Lee). 

What's more, Kirby (born Jacob Kurtzberg) spent the last 15 years or so of his active career in comics largely reviled as a hack and a has-been. 

Ironically, the very same concepts that literally rake in billions today were seen by patricidal Boomer fanboys as the weird, corny products of a highly-disordered mind. Art Spiegelman (Maus, Raw, Wacky Packs) spoke for most of his cohort when he dismissed Kirby as an "idiot savant obsessed with orgasm" and compared him to Henry Darger.

Funny how you don't hear much about Spiegelman anymore, isn't it? 



Anyway, Kirby's landmark AAT treatise The Eternals is reportedly headed for the big screen as is the Fourth World universe he created for DC. The former was (inevitably) dismissed by Boomer fanboys as a clunky Von Daniken ripoff, overlooking the fact that Kirby was doing AAT a decade prior to Chariots of the Gods? hitting the stands. 

But The Eternals still resonates not only because of Ancient Aliens, not only because it influenced a whole host of creators (including Ridley Scott) but also because it showcased the profound influence that Mesoamerican art and culture had on Kirby's work, for better or worse.

I haven't yet found prophecies of the Sibyl in Kirby's oeuvre yet but I do have to admit I haven't been looking. I'm sure it's in there somewhere. 

SYNC LOG: As I was typing that, "Madrigals of the Rose Angel" popped up on the Drone Zone. That track is by longtime Cocteaux associate Harold Budd, who also synchs us right up to PKD and VALIS. But that too is a story for another day.

Now for the evening news...



Underwater, eh? Huh. How would you learn how to look for alien life under the sea? 



Well, I guess they do a lot of stuff underwater, don't they? 

Quite a lot, according to some.


Like kiss Mermaids, allegedly. 

Or Merpeople, or whatever.


And seeing as how New Zealand lies smack-dab on the Ring of Fire I hope my theory as to what's driving these creatures to shore is not on-point. I have no problem being proved wrong with this particular situation, believe me. 

Maybe it fell from space and isn't from the deep ocean at all. Can you prove that it wasn't? Huh? Huh?

OK, then. A space-squid it is.




In a related(ish) story, there's been another chevron sighting, identical to the one recently filmed in Texas and identical to the one my wife and I watched perform non-Euclidean maneuvers in the skies over our neighborhood for about 20 minutes last year. 

Did I ever tell you the story of how I hallucinated I was being attacked by a giant chevron when I was a kid? I did? 

OK.


Yeah, no kidding. 

Funny about The Little Prince translated into Klingon, seeing the whole Regulus business and all. Funny that Germany's Green Party is all about the alien stuff too, just like ours.




More of this horrible bullshit, which is really getting tiresome. Another known wolf with a known history of severe psychiatric programs somehow gets his hand on a semi-automatic pistol-- with a fucking laser scope-- and shoots up a video game competition in Jacksonville.

Have I ever mentioned that Fringe aired an episode entitled "Jacksonville" just prior to known wolf Amy Bishop's shooting at the University of Alabama Huntsville? I did? OK.

Weird sync though, eh?



And wonder of wonders, yet another mass shooting with a NASA connection. Weird. 

The shooter's father allegedly works at Goddard, which has listed a "Stephen Paddock" on its staff at one time. Different Stephen Paddock, apparently.

Man, Synchronicity is a wacky business, don'cha think?



Speaking of Synchronicity, make note of the Garlands evergreen, forget-me-not wreath there. I can't say if chaplets left David Katz drugged but I can almost say for sure he didn't die in a rosary. He died at a Madden NFL tournament. Or N-ph-L, if you prefer.



Here's a weird story linking pyramids and human sacrifice from a discovery in China. Weird. Hit the wires just a few days back. Weird combo, eh?

I wonder if the Nephilim built it. I'll be looking further into this item, I can tell you that.


Pearls and dead political figures again, this time from the keyboard of the Reverend Jesse Jackson, who's not only a politician and a civil rights leader but also a Freemie. Huh.



Which brings us to Scottish tennis star Andy Murray making headlines for his first Grand Slam in over a year. Why that makes headlines exactly is beyond me, but I know about as much about tennis as I do astrology. 

But I do know syncs, Jimmy. Oh, I do know syncs.

Mr. Murray was raised in Dunblane, Stirlingshire ("The Fortress of Blane") and was at Dunblane Primary on that horrible day when a gunman named Thomas Hamilton shot a large number of children in just a little over three minutes with a few handguns. It was a terrible tragedy indeed and had major ramifications for the UK as a whole. 

However, the waters got a bit muddier when an inquiry began looking into reports of a pedophile ring that Hamilton may have been involved in, as well as numerous allegations of a coverup on the part of several high-ranking officials, who also happened to be involved in Freemery. 

Several reports had it that Hamilton himself was involved in the local lodge, a fact coppers may or may not have tried to cover up. It's all very murky.

Nasty business, really. But it also gets rather weird in a quite Secret Sunny kind of way....



...seeing as how the final Cocteau Twins Sibylline text album, Milk & Kisses, was released in the UK the same day (3/13/96) as the shootings in Dunblane, which like Grangemouth and Falkirk, is part of Stirlingshire County (or County Stirlingshire or however they say it over there).

But the syncs don't stop there, Cowboy. Oh no.



"Milk and kisses" were exactly what the great goddess Hathor greeted the newly-dead with in order to ease their transition to the Afterlife. Hathor is adjacent (though not directly connected) to the Siren lineage tracing back to Inanna, and as such was also a goddess of music, intoxication and sex. 

Which is interesting given that the usual line on the Cocteaux in the British press was that it was "music to bonk to."



We'll dive deeper into all this later but please note that "Violane" is etymologically identical to "Blane," since B's and V's are historically interchangeable (look up "betacism").

Also remember that "Serpentskirt" is an epithet of Coatlicue, the Aztec goddess of Death...



...who, coincidentally enough, is the focus of this year's Dia de Los Muertos festival, which is being held at...



...Hollywood Forever Cemetery. 

Where Chris Cornell is interned and where Chester Bennington serenaded the assembled mourners with his rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," a song made famous by Chris Cornell's friend and Elizabeth Fraser's former lover, Jeff "Tammuz" Buckley.

Oh, before I forget: Fraser dedicated Milk & Kisses to Buckley, along with "love and a thousandfold rose." Georgia O'Keefe would have understood.

Oh, before I forget also; Hollywood Forever is the only cemetery I'm aware of with its own on-site Masonic Temple. 

It just goes round and round and round, doesn't it? One might almost say it never ends.



Here's another striking image being used to promote the Coatlicue celebration. 

Man, that looks familiar to me somehow. I can't quite put my finger on it, though. 



How about you?

Oh, well. It will come to me eventually. 



Now I haven't been able to find a link between Santa Muerte and Coatlicue, which strikes me as a bit odd. You'd think there'd be one, right? 

Either way, it seems like ol' Serpentskirt is yet another ancient deity who's been rubbing the sleep of centuries out of her eyes and slowly easing her way back onto her old throne. And waiting for breakfast to be served.

Terrific. There certainly aren't enough of those already, are there?



Pray for us, Our Lady (Queen Dowager of Sibyls).


UPDATE: Oh dear, I nearly forgot: there was a major oracular rival to Delphi in the Hellenistic world. A great Sibyl also spoke at Didyma (in modern-day Turkey) on behalf of Apollo, who was the Greek equivalent of Horus, consort of Hathor (Hathor actually means "the House of Horus").


Funny coincidence, though: Didyma means "Twin."

Twins and Sibyls again. Jeez, you'd almost think it was a pattern or something.

147 comments:

  1. Chris, have read your blog on and off for years. Wondering, bedides synch ramblings, do you have a GUTOTU for your writings? Curious whether like another commenter recently stated whether you could comment more on the Secret Sun itself, and state whether you are for Apotheoisis, Enlightenment, or the Second Coming. This would help to add some context as a sum of what youre really getting at with this blog. Not being a smartass, would genuinely like to know. Thanks.

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    1. You know the cascading green glyph columns on the CRTs in The Matrix, that can be used to see what's going on in the virtual world? That's what Chris does here.

      Compare with Douglas Adams' suggestion that the entire universe can be extrapolated from a half-eaten fairy cake.

      That it's all ultimately about the secret sun, and its dance with ours, is the crass and banal, that only the recently enlightened neophytes obsess about ("But it's the eschaton, man!").

      Once you've read the book, seen the movie, and bought the t-shirt, there's not much left to do but read this blog. :-)

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    2. But yes, please - WHAT IS GUTOTU??
      (I looked it up, I can usually google such acronyms, but not finding this). Just Curious...

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    3. OK - I think I got it - Grand Unification Theory of the Universe.

      But who needs theories? How about this - Grand Unification Truth of the Universe? Yeah - if we could get that, then...well, I don't know, I think that's over my head.

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    4. As far as this recently enlightened neophite can work out, ie, not very far, Chris' mission is to inform all and sundry about Elizabeth Fraser and syncs related to her. Or at least, it was till recently, when a pretty big Fraser sync appeared to wrap it all with a bow. I'm not 100% sure that Chris intends to continue along this line for a lot longer, but then, I think the particular astrological era we have entered doesn't properly finish till next year, so it could well be that Chris means to continue until the era is well and truly over.

      If you wonder why Chris is doing it, well, if you don't know already, I can't tell you. Mainly because I haven't entirely figured it out myself.

      On the Grand Unification Truth of the Universe - that's what alien contact is all about. Seriously. I suggest you watch "Arrival" obsessively until it dawns on you.

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    5. Getting into the nitty gritty here, love it! My take is that Chris is a particularly salient example of a non-celibate self-initiate and The Secret Sun (the blog) is his culture facing playground to work out correspondences.

      Them with eyes to see and ears to hear may just agree with my silly opinion that Chris will “Black Sun” in the near future. After which we may just get a gutotu from Sir Loring. ‘Till then Ima enjoy what we have… And then, I will relish what we get!

      I can imagine a future here where commenters pine about their preferred days when Chris didn’t have all the answers. Careful what you ask for Anons. Chris is doing the work. Great Work as they say.

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    6. Mariody-- do you like Mariody or do you prefer Rigelody?--I haven't a clue what I'm doing either. I don't even if I'm actually doing anything. It feels more like something being done to me. I got on the wrong train and I think it's an express. No idea where it lets off.

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    7. Seanody, not only do I not have any answers, I'm not sure I have the right questions.

      My current theory is this- every Sibyl had a scryer, as it were. You see Sibyls and Oracles basically babbled nonsense syllables and it required scryers (or whatever) to sort through it all and make sense of it.

      Only someone kicked the timeline loose and everything is all out of whack and the chronology is fucked. At least I think that's what's going on.

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    8. "...don't even know if I'm..."

      See? I can't even type right.

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    9. Glad to see you state the blatant obvious every once in a great while. You are indeed the Sibyl's Scryer.

      And you don't need me to tell you that Watchers/Angels see time differently than us.

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  2. A GUTOTU? Does that stand for "Grandpa uses the outhouse to urinate?" Asking for a friend.

    OK, you caught me. I was asking for me because, as you know, I'm stupid. I'm not hep to all this "Millennial" type lingo. This "Internet" kind of stuff.

    As to context, ever see a chunk of styrofoam that breaks off a buoy and then just kind of gets tossed aimlessly around in the harbor? That's pretty much me.

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    1. The chinese translation of siren is "dead body"

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  3. The New Yorkers might have ordered a meso-american death god but it was a bee god who answered. Gods of bees were quite common in the old days due to the medicinal value of honey. And we now know that this faith in honey has several good scientific reasons. Maybe the garlands of flowers appeal to bee gods especially or we are witnessing some coded sign not intended for the likes of you or me. It could be that we will never know.

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    1. Honey is harbor, but there are locusts in there.

      Bees are also identified with prophecy as well, aren't they?

      Bonus factoid- that very spot in TS is featured in Michael Clayton.

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    2. Quetzalcoatl summoned bees into a conch shell (to make it sound),when he and his spirit twin visited the underworld of Mictlan. http://mythweb.com/teachers/why/other/mictlan.html

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    3. Apollo was associated with bees.

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  4. Grand Unified Theory of the Universe, i.e. instead of umpteen episodes of X-Files that provide no ending. There has to be some point to all of this?

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    1. Why would you assume that? I'm not sure if we're capable of handling the meaning of Earth, never mind the Universe. Im pretty sure that's a mercy.

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  5. Chris K gives us a lot of great things to think about, but I'm glad he resists the temptation to speculate on a GUT or tell us "what it all means'. I read Jose Arguelles' book "The Mayan Factor" in 1998; a compelling book with new ideas, but at the end of it Arguelles makes specific bold predictions about global events (2012, etc.) that did not happen in quite the way he predicted. So now, its that much easier for critics to dismiss his work and ideas. This sync/parapoltics stuff is mysterious and unpredictable, it seems like it strives to defy specific categorization or understanding, at least for now.

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    1. My message is essentially, "embrace the mystery. It will feed your mind."

      Well, one of them at least.

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  6. 'Dog Days' news:

    http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/News-Center/News-Article.php?page=20180828

    'Ultima in View

    New Horizons Makes First Detection of Kuiper Belt Flyby Target

    NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has made its first detection of its next flyby target, the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed Ultima Thule, more than four months ahead of its New Year's 2019 close encounter.'

    A New Year's Close Encounter of the Hyperborean Kind? Neu Schwabenland as Nibiru?

    "We now have Ultima in our sights from much farther out than once thought possible. We are on Ultima's doorstep, and an amazing exploration awaits!"

    ('Day of the Lords' has a similar verse melody to 'Transmission' if I recall correctly.)

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    1. Oh but Day of the Lords is a trillion times better.

      I almost forgot about Neu Horus-Zones. Just bouncing from one ritual to another.

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    2. "The image field is extremely rich with background stars, which makes it difficult to detect faint objects,"

      ROFL

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    3. Just a couple of the stranger things that jumped out at me as I was reading about New Horizons' latest ritual...

      Ultima Thule, the KBO it'll be visiting, is technically known as 2014MU69; before it got that designation, it was 1110113Y...and was, of course, nicknamed "Eleven". And even though its apparent magnitude from Earth is 29, it actually shines at (you guessed it) absolute magnitude 11. (It seems sorta upside-down, but the larger the magnitude, the *dimmer* the object is.)

      2014MU69 also reminded me of Mu, the fabled Atlantis of the Pacific, a lost continent that would have lain smack in the middle of the Ring of Fire.

      Unless I'm badly misremembering, CLK wrote of the synchronicity between the New Horizons flyby of Pluto/Hades, and the rash of sinkholes (symbolically, portals to the Underworld) that hit America right then.

      So I have to wonder what synchs we might get when New Horizons swings past magnitude-11 Mu/Eleven/1110113Y on 1/1/19.

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    4. I think I might have done, Khadir. In fact it got some media people only scent. I had a guy from Newsweek after me- I handed him over to RCH.

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    5. "media people on my scent."

      Damn- can't type tonight.

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    6. Khadir asks for sinks, keeping with the Coatlicue theme:

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

      'Cenotes are surface connections to subterranean water bodies. While the best-known cenotes are large open water pools measuring tens of meters in diameter, such as those at Chichén Itzá in Mexico, the greatest number of cenotes are smaller sheltered sites and do not necessarily have any surface exposed water. There are over 6000 different cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico alone.', 'Although cenotes are found widely throughout much of the Yucatán Peninsula, a higher-density circular alignment of cenotes overlies the measured rim of the Chicxulub Crater. This crater structure, identified from the alignment of cenotes, but also subsequently mapped using geophysical methods (including gravity mapping) and also drilled into with core recovery, has been dated to the boundary between the Cretaceous (K) and Paleogene (Pg) periods, 66 million years ago. This meteorite impact at the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary is therefore associated with the mass extinction of the dinosaurs and is also known as the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event.'

      There's also 'The Cave of Swallows':

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

      '...with a 370-meter (1,214 ft) drop from the highest side, making it the largest known cave shaft in the world, the second deepest pit in Mexico and perhaps the 11th deepest in the world.'

      New Horizons as locator beacon to act as guide for a more effectively directed 'fireball season'? Harbinger of tectonic plate shift as ultima-Upside Downer?

      'ELE' the 'Extinction Level Event' of oncoming asteroid in 'Deep Impact'?

      Hadn't listened to any JD in a while, still sounds like the future to my ears - not a good portent considering the Bowie/1984, Burroughs/Ballard homages & the suicide of Curtis (& Genesis P. Orridge claiming to be the last to have spoken with him). The past is the future/timeloop grooved Itself into a rut in this eternal age of contemporaneity.

      Oh...

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

      'In Tabasco, Mexico, the cave Gruta de las Canicas (Cave of the Marbles) is highly unusual in that it contains a tremendous quantity of pearls; an estimated 200 million pearls were discovered on the cave floor, in some areas to a depth of a meter or more. The mechanism for the formation of this vast quantity of pearls has not been determined.', 'The Rookery, in Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico, has so many cave pearls that they were at one time handed out to visitors as souvenirs.'

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    7. & on modded bodies:

      https://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/aug/29/genesis-p-orridge-throbbing-gristle

      'In 1992, you were hounded from the UK by the tabloids and the police, amid allegations of "Satanic ritual abuse"? What happened?

      Sleazy had made this film of young boys: LA skateboarders who meet this guy who puts an implant in their arms so every time they press a button they get an orgasm. After a while it burns out the nerves, so they put it in their cocks. It was all fake, but when I first saw it, I said: "Sleazy. People will think this is real."'

      Oh?

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    8. & 'Genesis':

      'pandrogyne (a two-spirit being of malleable gender), soft pornographer, and so-called wrecker of civilization'

      https://www.artforum.com/picks/genesis-breyer-p-orridge-73418

      'Don’t scoff: If an oyster’s to create its sublime pearl, it needs that ordinary grain of sand to get started.'

      transformed himself long before the likes of KK began their brew-cycle in the clone-vat birthing bag of pop-occultation.

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  7. dear Chris OMG Siriusly you have been so on it for so long, I love you and your missus and and famdamly and anyone you ever liked. SOOO much has come to pass and the tie ins only accelerate! WTH!!! this coma/ watsit has me gobsmacked. I am so glad you and your ideas are in it. thank you for Kirby through the years and phonecians and musical prophecy and all the rest. as a periodical you have kicked all asses, including Charles Dickens imho.

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    1. Oh, I'm just a simple soul connecting dots, my dear friend. It's a thankless task for the most part but then again there are beautiful souls like yourself out there. It keeps me runnin', as the song goes.

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    2. Not sure if this Kirby quote has turned up here, so in case it hasn't here it is:

      I’m a guy that lives with a lot of questions. I say “What’s out there?”, and I try to resolve that. And I never can. I don’t think anybody can. Who’s got the answers? I sure would like to hear the ultimate one. But I haven’t yet. And so I live with a lot of questions.

      And I find that entertaining… If my life were to end tomorrow, it would be fulfilled in that manner. I would say, “The questions have been terrific.”

      https://www.dailygrail.com/2010/11/jack-kirby-the-questions-have-been-terrific/

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    3. He was a very interesting man. Good friends with Frank Zappa, oddly enough.

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  8. Here in Tucson we have a huge parade from Uof A to downtown where a giant urn is set up for the people to burn personal itemsI lovef ones who have passed.
    https://celebrationscakedecorating.com/galleries/day-of-the-dead-parade-tucson.html
    Toostoned

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    1. For the Faithful Departed, in other words. I guess a different kind of burn, as it were. Thanks for that info, Toostonedy.

      That's right, I'm giving everyone Heaven's Gate names now.

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  9. Db here,
    (Derek Brown)

    Chris love your work. Have many amazing syncs and whatnot. But I feel you need watch and maybe analyze this. Because I learned from reading your blogs what I just watched was creepy. And can’t explain why... it just gave me the heebie jeebies. Now I have ringing in my ears as I write this sentence... sorry rambling
    So just happened to have America’s got talent on. Zucora or something is name of this dance group. But they just put on this Adam and Eve performance... had dark demon/skeletons or whatever creature they were. While throwing up little girls in white( maybe pearly dew drops) ending was the creepiest. The 3 children were dragged in by the demons. Then an angel arose with a child...
    Then. There are the little nuances. Like the judges saying they will be going to wait for it... Las Vegas
    Even though it’s at the live vote now
    Don’t have a link as I just watched it...
    But definitely worth the look... ps always hated awards shows and whatnot. Now I watch them to see what crazy shit they going to try to mk ultra is with next

    Thanks Chris for all your hard work
    Cheers

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    1. Yeah, wow. Pretty impressive performance. I understand the jeebles since it's kind of where it's all going these days- breaking down the wall between ritual and entertainment. Gird your loins.

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    2. In medieval times and especially the Baroque era, everything was viewed in a literal way + in moral terms and also as religious allegory.

      In a weird way, today's media and politics have opted for that same texture. Except they didn't bother telling us. That's where Chris's blog comes in -- helping us see beyond the literal, the rationalistic and the "scientific", which are about to become the western man's undoing.

      Martin

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    3. Well, it's like I say when the going gets crazy the crazy get going. Reality went and got broken on us. Times like this call for someone with a broken sense of reality. It's kind of like drunken style Kung Fu.

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  10. There’s a new restaurant in San Francisco called “Pearl”. Address is 6101 California Street. Pearl 911

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  11. There’s a new restaurant in San Francisco called “Pearl”. Address is 6101 California Street. Pearl 911

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    1. Is that near where the old LaVey house was?

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    2. Another Anony answering here because I've been to the restaurant (decent pricey fancy food) and realized that the LaVey lot is in fact right across the street.

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  12. This is probably a better link:
    http://tucsonstories.visittucson.org/diadelosmuertos/
    Toostoned

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  13. Joan of Arc? You mean Falconetti. Not to be confused with Fulcanelli or even stranger things. Cathedrals of mysteries abound, bub.

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    1. NO---IT IS LITERALLY JOAN OF ARC.


      Falconetti Schmalconetti.

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  14. Underwater 'Alien' life discovered http://Ryo-Minemizu.com/Phenomenons

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    1. Not to burst your bubble or anything but we are the aliens.

      It's true.

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    2. Yup, we mammals arrived here on Earth on the B Ark* 66 million years ago, then proceeded to exterminate all the dinosaurs, and sanitise the atmosphere. We were then surprised to discover that the planet had a 12,000 year 'glaciation cycle'.

      We've been trying to re-establish ourselves as a spacefaring species ever since.

      * aka The Moon.

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    3. It's fairly obvious, going for a stroll anywhere in the USA, how that could have happened. What I haven't figured out yet is whether the natives were entirely wiped out, or there are remnants anywhere. Though I appreciate that, given enough time, those questions become utterly meaningless. If Jesus had any descendants, by now that must include all Europeans.

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    4. We're being quarantined. The rest of the aliens don't like us.

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    5. Sounds absolutely correct to me Chris. The why, is the question answered by the mystery schools.

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    6. Well, probably on account of all the other aliens don't want to be murdered, Seanody. That's pretty much what we do best.

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  15. And we're not gonna talk about JUDY, either;-)

    "US Open: Alize Cornet handed court violation for briefly removing shirt she had put on backwards"

    "Among those to voice their disappointment was JUDY Murray, the mother of former US Open champion Andy Murray.
    While technically Cornet had fallen foul of "unsportsmanlike behaviour", Murray and others were quick to point out a double standard that exists in the sport."

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-29/alize-cornet-us-open-court-violation-for-briefly-removing-shirt/10178106

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    1. Hold on a second-- I thought we weren't going to talk about Judy.

      Everything is so confusing these days.

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    2. And yet there have been exhibition tennis tournaments where male and female models from Tommy Hilfiger played a game or two in their skankies, with the "umpire" yelling, "Show us what you got!!".

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  16. "'Meteor' lights up sky over Perth, causing sonic booms that rattled houses"

    "The sky above Perth and the surrounding area was lit up overnight by a fireball that is believed to have been a meteor entering the atmosphere.
    The Department of Fire and Emergency Services was inundated with calls at 7:40pm from people who said they had seen a fireball streak across the sky.
    More than one concerned caller suggested it could be a UFO while others were more concerned the flash could start a fire.
    The Perth Observatory was sent dozens of videos taken from CCTV cameras and dash cams which captured the phenomenon."

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-29/perth-sky-lit-up-by-meteor-overnight/10176746

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    1. Whoa- Is it "Fireball Season" down under?

      Oh wait- it's never "Fireball Season" because there's no such thing. It's only castles burning. Or spaceships.

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    2. or the stucco crumbling off the firmament...

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  17. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/religion-and-beliefs/organiser-guesstimates-turnout-of-200-000-for-papal-mass-1.3609073

    must have been awkward when no one showed up. they say it was the rain. yeah that must have been it....the rain.

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  18. coatlicue was supposedly the name that the apparition of guadalupe referred to, but was mistranslated by the spanish.

    also, i've been getting a weird vibe by the current pedophile backlash against pope francis.

    a little background first. i witnessed the conjunction referred to in rev. 12:1, back in july, 2014.(look it up) soon after, francis was elected pope, rev. 12:2. now i'm feeling like the charges leveled by cardinal vigano against the pope kinda fit in with rev. 12:4.

    is the pope not long for this world?

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    1. Hey, if anybody has any insights on how this last Pope decides to end it, I'd love to know. Raised a Catholic girl, and all that.

      I started getting into this stuff because I picked a book about Jesus having a wife, eager for some good old church gossip, and hey, I ended up contacted by aliens and reading this blog. You never know what church gossip will lead you to.

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    2. I like to call him "Nope Francis."

      "Wanna go see the Pope, Seamus?"

      "Nope."

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    3. Ireland voted to legalise abortion a month or two ago, the current Taoiseach delighted made his vote in favour & celebrated the 60+ percent turn out voting 60+ percent in favour with a speech celebrating this transformation of Irish society as further evidence of It's strength, & no surprise the likes of bono were all for It too.

      Consider it a modification of the body politic with more bodies being offered as slaughter to a diseased cult.

      In these Upside Down times everything obscene is celebrated as 'beauty', but if souls here believe in cycles of time & the notion of The Yugas perhaps all this is just as It is - part of the cycle, our being in the most degenerate of ages before It's swept away & reborn as a 'Golden Age'.

      (& Galactus, a planet killer, is an escapee from a universe before the one he currently feasts upon if I recall an FF comic I read some years ago.)

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  19. I live in Jacksonville, just a few miles from where the shooting took place. The shooting took place inside The Landing, which is a mall that sits on the water right near the intersection of Pearl St and Water St. The syncs don’t stop!

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    1. They most certainly do not. We hit the motherlode.

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  20. I'm not aware of any connection between Coatlicue and Santa Muerte, who seems to be associated with Mictecacihuatl and the BVM. But I found an interesting chain of associations on this page: http://www.crystalinks.com/aztecgods.html

    Coatlicue/Toci/Teteo Innan/Tonantzin

    I thought the Innan name was interesting - probably just a coincidence. But Tonantzin is connected with the Virgin of Guadalupe.

    Of course we do have Santa Muerte, according to some a syncretism of Mictecacihuatl, and the Blessed Virgin Mary; and we have the Virgin of Guadalupe, a syncretism of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Coatlicue via Tonantzin.

    The common denominator between Coatlicue and Santa Muerte appears to be the BVM. Just sayin...

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    1. All are seen as the mother goddess of Mexico
      http://cparanormal.blogspot.com/2012/10/coatlicue-la-diosa-madre-mexica.html?m=1
      Coatilicue is the “shadow” of Tonantzin, Lupe the “Light”
      http://antropologia-esoterica.blogspot.com/p/diosa-coatlicue-tonantzin-guadalupe.html?m=1
      “Coatlicue es la sombra de Tonantzin, la sagrada madre muerte, la que quita a los seres humanos su cuerpo material, librándoles de los sufrimientos de la enfermedad, cada ser que nace, tiene una cita con la sagrada madre Muerte en el tiempo por ella concertado; ella y sus ministros conducen al alma del difunto ante los Dioses del Mictlán, para pasar por el gran juicio por los actos de su vida”
      This character looks at Santo Muerte as it appeared to the ancients as well as us modern folk, and accredits it’s wide disemenation to roots that go back Inca and Maya and elsewhere
      http://ordosigillumdiaboli.blogspot.com/2017/05/culto-la-santa-muerte-religion-o_7.html?m=1
      Me, I’d like my Mexican folk saints to be like El Niño Fidencio o Aurora o Juan Soldadoo al menos Jesus Malvetde ( mi concentido!)
      Toostoned

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    2. http://www.academia.edu/7123929/The_Matricentric_Trinity_of_Mexican_Religion_Coatlicue_the_Virgin_of_Guadalupe_and_Santa_Muerte
      Something from a gabacha, so take with a grain de sal...
      Toostoned

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    3. Very interesting, people. Now let's figure out why Our Lady of Caledonia chose to give Coatlicue a shout-out.

      Then we might be onto something.

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  21. Eerie syncs, my friend. Me picking up "Milk & Kisses" a few days ago and cranking it up here in the office the same day you wrote this post. As for the Jacksonville shooting in my post "Blues hammer," I wrote about the odd "mirror" quality to the tragedy. An example being that Katz was from Baltimore's Inner Harbor area and he committed his murderous crime in the identical "sibling" of that area - Jacksonville Harbor. Additionally, August 28, 1978 is the day English actor Robert Shaw died (sync "Summer of the Shark 2001"), which coincides with the current "beasts of the deep" themes that have been developing at an extraordinarily rapid rate of late.

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    1. Interesting to note that Jaws seems to be LARPing itself out on the Cape this year as well. Strange doings afoot.

      Milk and Kisses is being re-released this year because that's the way it works. Hear me now and believe me later.

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  22. I will gladly fill out the Mexican connection for you, as I am always grateful when it shows up on your blog. 1. Mesoamerica is the ancient civilization that the U.S. is rooted in, it's the Egypt to their London, if you will, there's even a website that directly calls the Maya "American Egypt", and this year is the 500th anniversary of its conquest by the Spanish, which started in 1518 and went on to 1521. Coatlicue's monolith was discovered in 1790, right around the time of the U.S. constitution, and the Freems (Ambassador Poinsett) used a lot of Aztec iconography and ordered the Spanish kicked out. 2. Santa Muerte originated in Tepito, the wild heart of Mexico City, where the remaining Aztecs retreated after Cortez had won, and where Nahuatl has continued to be spoken all this time. It is famous for crime, boxers, and markets, and the first statue was set up by Enriqueta Romero in the 60s. 3. H.P. Lovecraft's executor, R.H. Barlow, went to Mexico City when he grew up, and actually died there in 1951, with the event being commented on by his student William S. Burroughs, with whom he was studing Mayan codices. Teotihuacan was also excavated around that time by Laurette Sejourne. You want a gigantic Cthulhu fountain built in the 40s by Frida Kahlo's husband? It's called the Cárcamo Tlaloc. Want a crazy 70s one-man psychedelic revival whose uncompleted version of "Dune" was set to include Dali and 'hatched' H.R. Giger's career? He's called Alejandro Jodorowsky and lives in Paris now. Want an incoming president from the deep Olmec jungle who owns a ranch by the Mayan ruins of Palenque and is nicknamed "the garfish?" He's called Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and will enter office on December 1. Any link you desire I will be glad to provide, I've studied the stuff for years and live there now. -Gilles de Rais http://www.milenio.com/estados/la-guardiana-de-la-santa-muerte

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    1. Love it LoM! I lived in el DF in the early 90s when it was going through tremendous political upheaval especially due first to Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas and then the Zappatistas. Especially like the idea of Tepito as the last refuge of the Aztecs...Would like to hear more, especially regarding Xochipilli, if there is a way to dialog outside of the blog comments.

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    2. Oh, I'm well familiar with Jodorowsky, Lakeody (that's your Heaven's Gate name, incidentally.

      So many juicy connections- the mind reels. What are we onto?

      Greg, your Heaven's Gate name is Gregorody. Write it down somewhere.

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    3. Gregorody - love it! Will get it tatted right above my Xochipilli mushroom motif tramp stamp!...Jodorowsky has gotten heavily into tarot...I kicked in for his latest film but still haven't watched it.

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    4. Wow. I'd run across Barlow in reading about Lovecraft, but hadn't heard of the connection to Burroughs. Guess I shouldn't be surprised though...

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  23. Well if you want a MesoAmerican SciFi Kirby future, that's what you'll get:

    https://io9.gizmodo.com/5884982/behold-the-aztec-mecha-and-mayan-cyborgs-of-our-mesoamerican-future

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  24. When I dream of Queen it's in their 1977 touring incarnation. Fascinating that you get the 1981 version. Must admit I'm a bit jelly...

    Ever dream of yourself in an empty white room, emphatically mouthing something - but there is no sound. As you attempt to hear the audio slowly fades up. And you get the information - a proper noun with which you are (consciously) completely unfamiliar.

    You wake up thinking, "that seems very very specific." Anyone here had such dreams?

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    1. I often dream I'm a white room with black curtains near the station. Just in case you were wondering.

      Sean, your Heaven's Gate name is Seanody. I had others in mind but they were a bit awkward. One was "I Spot on Your Graveody."

      Doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.

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    2. Another was "I Spit on Your Graveody." But that sounded a bit rude.

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    3. Now see, I'd have thought you'd be in a different Disraeli Gear. Ya know, Her name is Aphrodite and she rides a crimson shell. You know you cannot leave her for you've touched the distant sands. ...Naked ears are tortured by the sirens sweetly singing... ...tiny purple fishes... ...trembling mermaids.

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    4. Good to know. White Room, Tuesdays, Ioannes.

      SWLABR?

      I kinda like the Spot on Graveody as it's pregnant with interpretations. I Spit on your Graveody however really brings home the evil eye mythos of spitting to ward your own intent. Or pu pu pu-ing...

      Here's a Jewish version of the Greek stuff I'm exposed to...

      https://www.kveller.com/do-you-pu-pu-pu/

      You say you doubt if you have the correct questions or answers. I don't have as much doubt apparently.

      Thanks for hanging in the comments recently!

      (See, it's not entirely thankless.)

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  25. A song for that styrofoam, floating... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmwMhjbThKg

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    1. Ahem, because it´s Joan of Arc, and I thought, that was very apropos, and maybe that is all we do, like manoeuvering in the dark, and I don`t know, I kinda like the song, so...

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  26. For whatever it's worth, I read this post early this morning, and spent a good chunk of the day thinking that there was actually a passage in the Bible that would tie together Dia de los Muertos, the most recent blood sacrifice to the NFLim, and this spate of deep-sea creatures beaching themselves; finally had a chance to sit down with a concordance, and it jumped right out at me: Job 26:5, which the Douai-Rheims version renders, "The giants groan beneath the waters, and all that live with them." (The KJV kinda makes hash if it, by rendering "groan"- which could also be translated as "stir" or "are disturbed"- as "are formed".) The word rendered "giants" is, in the Hebrew, "Repha'im", which in the Torah referred to one of the sub-tribes of the Nephilim (see, for instance, Genesis ch.14); though by the days of the later prophets, once the Repha'im and their cousins had all been wiped out, it had come to mean something like "long-dead ancestors" or "spirits of the land".

    Not sure if I'm making this as clear as it seems to me. Maybe I should put it like this: not only were HPL and Alice Bailey writing the script for the days we're living through now, they were also rewriting a story that would have been familiar to anyone in Bronze-Age Palestine.

    As always, CLK,keep up the stellar work.

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    1. Cheers, Khadirody.

      The question becomes who wrote the script for Bailey, aside from that fake ascended master fellow.

      My vote goes to British Intelligence. Safe, maybe, but evergreen.

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  27. As long as I'm making myself sound crazy with syncs that may or may not actually be syncs, I might as well toss this into the mix...I tried to find out the etymology of Jack Kirby's real surname: I couldn't find much on "Kurtzberg", per se, but I did find that Kurtz is an older form of the modern German "Kurze", which means "short"; so that "Kurtzberg" would seem to mean something on the order of "short mountain"...which is actually a pretty apt description of a pyramid.

    Again, not sure if this is at all enlightening, but hopefully it's at least amusing!

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    1. Apocalypse Now was the story of going up the river to look for Col Kurtz. Recently in the news in the now typical type of ritual presidential absurdity of the chef arguing with veterans about whether it was agent orange used in a famous scene. They also complained that the film was not really respectful to veterans.

      Well, the story was never really about the Vietnam war in the first place but was an adaptation of Heart of Darkness which was set in the Congo. A story partly inspired by Stanley who took part in discovering the source of the Nile...

      Really what is being danced around is the rather ugly legacy of colonialism. And elsewhere an unhealthy interest in historical societies run by a very small elite in a theocratic dictatorship. It might be the Mayans for some, others Egyptians, and even Tibetans if you want to pull on that particular thread.

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    2. Interesting, Anon. I noted Col. Kurtz today in my sync piece "Everybody's looking for something." ... Oh, and Levenda reminds us in great detail that Charles Manson used to live in Ashland, Kentucky, which is on the Ohio River. Sulphur, which is 188 miles west of Ashland, is a stone's throw from the Ohio River. Recall that Col. Kurtz asks Willard in Apocalypse Now how far Toledo, Ohio (Willard's hometown) was from the Ohio River. He replies: "About 200 miles."

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    3. If you remember heart of darkness is a story told on a boating trip on the river Thames. The comparison is made between British colonialism and the Romans colonising Britain. (More accurately it would be Belgian colonialism) This looking back is like a reflection of the War of the Worlds looking forward to a sort of karmic balancing act of Britain being colonised by Martians. But really there is a theme of two rivers representing two different flows of time with a similar pattern. And the empire never ended.

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    4. Colonization is as old as time and damn-near universal in the natural world. It's just the way biology works. It's ugly and nasty but have I ever mentioned that Nature sucks?

      It does.

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  28. Ahem... I don't want to project, perhaps, but does this siren/shepard boy perhaps have anything to do with a grieving fallen angel mourning for his/her/its deseased mortal lover mellenia ago? That's what I'm thinking about anyways these days anyway.

    I do adore the blog as always it helps me disconnect and connect... big picture stuff you know.

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    1. I think it has more to do with the Bootes Void, to tell the truth. How exactly I cannot say. But the connection is scintillating to the extreme.

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    2. Looking forward to reading up on what you're gathering.

      The little story I came up with while driving the other day is a shepard boy is a guise an angel or fallen one would wear, appropriate to his station I say. He's really a disencarnate entitiy taking a shape of his choice. Now man is supposively made in God's image so I'd think a woman would be significant to an angel. Enough to forsake God and seduce one below the plenumbra, then after she dies the angel lost his old station and it's in a deep state of grief.

      The rest is history and this entity then becomes malicious and prideful enough to slay wanna be shepard boys like lil Peep but also carries a vain longing for it's old lover and influences our art to its liking to relive the glory days.

      Then you have things like Jesus signaling to this entity that the only way to eternal life is back up with God so of course Jesus is anthema to what is in all regards a demon on the loose down here messing with heads and lost in its insanity.

      Was fun to think about. Might make a good story.

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  29. Kim Kardashian got a body modification implant in her neck. Basically she looks like a beta sex slave who forgot to take off her glow in the dark collar. The transhumanism agenda is moving along rather quickly these days.

    https://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/trends/a22849607/kim-kardashian-chrissy-teigen-body-modification-jewelry/

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    1. Body-mod constellations.

      https://www.buzzfeed.com/danielacadena/astrofrecks?utm_term=.sqxmKM5N8#.nsaOJg9B5

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    2. I remember reading a story in an old issue of Playboy or something about how self-mutilation will be the wave of the future. In the 70s we could pretend it was fantasy.

      Not anymore.

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    3. The Transhumanist agenda failed miserably.Ratings for the 2018 season of KUWTK are in the sewer.The Dark Age is ending.Change is coming!

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    4. The shock value of tattoos have worn out. It has reached its peak when every rapper and edgy boy has face tattoos. I could see the next big wave being body mods. As this will not only gross people out but get ultra fame whores attention. It will also help to slowly drip feed the normalization of body modification, which of course will help the transhumanist agenda.

      Kim is def too old to be doing this shit. Kardashians will be seen as a product of the obama years. The powers that be def need to conjure up some new IT girl for gen z pronto

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    5. KK will do whatever it takes to keep her face in the media. Fare thee well, dignity.

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  30. Vietnam is now demanding Monsanto be held liable and pay victims for damages from use of Agent Orange.A little known fact from the 1970's Pacific Northwest.After the Vietnam War,Monsanto - Dow Chemical Corporation ect. continued aerial spraying of a since renamed Agent Orange,but this time it was sprayed from helicopters onto recently clear-cut Old-Growth Forests and homes of people living in the State of Oregon,USA.Stillborns, miscarriages,birth defects,cancers and severe health problems resulted.Forest Animals and Salmon are now mostly extinct.All of Oregon's waterways are permanently polluted with toxic biocides.The Corrupt third-world government of Oregon continues to allow aerial pesticide/hericide use to the present day.

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    1. Are there any defoliants that aren't carcinogenic? I say not.

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  31. Andy just couldn't keep swimming (or winning) ... and this time I ain't gonna talk about Judy.

    "US Open 2018: Andy Murray loses to Fernando Verdasco in second round"

    https://www.bbc.com/sport/tennis/45350013

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    1. Oh well. That's tennis for you. It's boring and disappointing for everyone.

      It could've been worse- Murray could have lost to Emeric Belasco. Then he'd be in deep shit, all right.

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  32. Seems some folks are serious about mining folk magic (and weaponizing it?).

    "Researchers from the University of Exeter have launched a new study to examine collections of 15th to 17th-century spell books and grimoires that gave instructions on how to summon and conjure fairies, demons and other spirits.

    This period, starting in the late medieval times, saw the writing of many books giving instructions on how to perform sorcery and necromancy, and fairies played an important role."

    https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/exeter-university-study-best-way-1925178

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    1. Oh terrific. I was just thinking this is what we really need; a bunch of clueless eggheads conjuring demons and fairies. How could that ever end badly?

      Why don't they sprinkle some polonium on their artisanal breakfast cereals while they're at it?

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    2. It sounds like a Buffy episode.

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  33. Hi, Chris, I just finished reading Ivan Sanderson's classic "Invisible Residents," from the late 60's. It's an in-depth examination of a hidden, submarine civilization existing alongside of ours. It was a chilling piece of work.
    Saveth

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    1. Did he now? Well, that sounds about right to me. Awful big ocean out there.

      Thank you, sir. I hereby dub you Saveth of Elody.

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    2. I think Blogger ate my last response. I am honoured Chris, although I am more guitar than recorder. And as a Dame, as opposed to a Sir, I am relieved to not have to participate in the self castration. Those Heavens Gaters were way ahead of the curve, tho.

      That fashion show, mentioned above, featured former androgyne and now Transwoman Andreja Pejic, teal horns on shoulders and definite aquatic elements. Upon his return, Oannes will be pleased.

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  34. Incidentally, if anyone thinks all this Cocteau stuff here is overkill, you should see all the stuff I'm sitting on. Believe me, I'm being extraordinarily stingy in the way I dole this information out here. Parsimonious even. I don't think the world is ready for it.


    I haven't a clue why the gods chose some obscure new wave singer from the 80s to spray paint the secrets of the universe on, I just know they did. Well, I strongly suspect as much. And anyway, hasn't this kind of thing being foreshadowed in a book or movie or something? I feel like it has.

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    1. Maybe I'm thinking The Sentinel. Which isn't quite it.

      Submit your suggestions. We'll crack this walnut soon enough.

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    2. Foreshadowed in a book?

      What, like HG Wells 'predicting' the nuclear chain reaction in 1914, for it to then be 'discovered' in 1938.

      Sometimes predictions are informed conjectures or lucky guesses. Sometimes, they're directions...
      But they are never precognitions of the future.

      If you want my suggestion, it's that this is a strange world, but supernatural it ain't.

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    4. Diva Plavalaguna the blue octopus headed opera singer from The Fifth Element has a very siren like vibe to her. She also kind of looks like Kali, the hindu goddess of death, time, and doomsday.

      "Her voice when speaking is musical and ethereal, unlike any human voice, overlain so that it seems that there are two voices speaking at the same time. This implies that her vocal cords may pass air to create a voice in two different places, creating the illusion of two voices, or perhaps even the possession of two complete sets of vocal cords, supporting her incredible range and vocal abilities. The intricacies of this is not explored in the film.

      Her singing voice, which she uses to perform opera, is a highly flexible soprano that ranges from almost a high alto register all the way up into coloratura. The operatic feats heard during her vocal performance in the film are nearly physically impossible for humans, supporting her fame and rarity.

      It appears that she may have a preternatural intuition. She was able to accurately detect Leeloo's presence nearby without having seen her. Although she'd never met Korben, she was able to pinpoint his role in Leeloo's mission, as she is seen gesturing to him during her opera performance and tells him about Leeloo and the stones while she is dying.

      The Diva is quite graceful, as her footsteps could not be heard as she walked. She appeared to glide across the floor in her first appearance. Even after being shot, she spread her arms in a dramatic fashion before gracefully allowing her body to fall to the floor of the stage."

      http://fifth-element.wikia.com/wiki/Diva_Plavalaguna

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  35. I'm rereading Phil Farmer's pornsci novel Image Of The Beast. If you've never read it, it deals with interdimensional aliens who are shape shifters. They are the basis for all our myths about werewolves, vampires, etc. Oh, and they're also sex obsessed.

    One character, named Vivienne, is described as an insanely attractive woman who happens to have a long, snake like entity with a human face, living inside her vagina.

    Before I read your little blog post here I literally just finished the chapter where Vivienne revealed one of her historical identities which happened to be Joan Of Arc. And the large snake man in her hoochie? Well that was Gilles de Rais of course.

    Doesn't add to your narrative but I found it a bit odd.

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    1. Who says it doesn't add to my narrative? Cheers for this, Anonody.

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  36. pokemon go just added QR codes to identify members to add as friends in the game. seems very mark of the beast-y to me. talk about entrainment! we get to pay for the privilege of this.

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    1. Oh man, don't get started on that nonsense. What a con.

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    2. GottaCatch'EmAll ...the name of the intradimensional space between spaces vampire god & familiar of Coatlicue?

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  37. Having read this I believed it was very informative.

    I appreciate you spending some time and effort to put this information together.
    I once again find myself personally spending a significant amount of time
    both reading and commenting. But so what, it was still worth it!

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  38. Can I have my Heaven's Gate name please?

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    1. Sure. Your new applewhiteation is Eltyody. Wear it proudly.

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  39. Not one movie. Many movies. We are dealing with living information. Heraclitus' river.

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    1. Well, sure. But there's always room for specifics, no?

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    2. Fifth element starring joan of arc.

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  40. NASA asteroid WARNING: THREE giant asteroids to skim Earth in THREE DAYS

    RQ17
    "The first of the three asteroids, dubbed asteroid 2001 RQ17, will whizz by on Sunday."
    https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1010737/NASA-asteroid-warning-space-meteors-Earth-potentially-hazardous-asteroids/amp

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    1. "Do not be alarmed": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou_AR-6Ebfo

      Don't forget, there are those here who can re-assure us that no harm will befall the denizens of Earth (in the next million years anyway).

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  41. And Tarantino and Fincher choose the same actor to play Charles Manson...
    https://www.bleedingcool.com/2018/08/30/damon-herriman-to-play-charles-manson-for-tarantino-fincher/

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    1. He is also starring in a movie called 'JUDY and Punch' ... but I ain't gonna talk about JUDY, right?-)
      He plays Punch, but you'll have to find out yourself who is playing Judy ... cause I ain't talkin' about Judy here.

      "Two puppeteers in Australia look for a way to escape their sleepy coastal town."

      https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7798644/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_2

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    2. Damon Herriman also starred in the Heath Ledger movie 'Candy'.

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  42. clown faced Anna Nicole Smith was in one of the first Internet videos I saw that convinced me that I was out of the loop in the goings on of spooky mean weirdos who have money and power and play dirty. Thank you Freeman Fly you Florida guy, headsing me up on the ccstate and ritual architecture before my phone was smarter than me. Aho old friend, I hope you are sunning here! A circle sync back to a beginning for me of finding out about darpa and mkutra and evil hearted doings. Like ufos and Bigfoot and y2k weren't enough haha. Sort of my "meet the Beatles" image of the truly messed with.
    to all you fellow commenters- hoo boy do I love your spinoffs!

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  43. Here's a pearler of a news story for you -

    "Australian pearl farm makes rare discovery as it uncovers 10 pearls inside a single shell"

    One of Australia's oldest pearl farms is celebrating a rare moment this week after opening up a pearl oyster shell to discover 10 pearls inside.
    Third generation pearl farmer James Brown and his family have been pearling at Cygnet Bay in the West Kimberley for more than 60 years.
    Mr Brown said with natural pearls only forming in one of every 5,000–10,000 Pinctada Maxima pearl oyster shells, it was potentially a once in a lifetime discovery.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2018-08-31/pearl-farm-in-was-kimberley-celebrates-rare-pearl-discovery/10186602

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  44. Unrelated to today's piece, I see young coders with Braintree shirts on my way to work and always think of you. Apparently it's a software company enabling web and mobile payments and they were bought out by PayPal; and it seems to be the de facto purchase platform for mobile apps. I'm not feeling any resonant syncs, necessarily, but figured you should know it's out there, if you didn't already.

    All the best!

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  45. Speaking of NASA kids, Jack Black is in a new movie. One that seems to keep to the now classic 'Child with no parents, learning magic(k)' formula. I wonder if this (and other movies, like School of Rock) are reflective of Black's education at the enigmatic 'Crossroads Academy'. A place that boasts of numerous celebrity grads (who often go on to work together). After all, what is it that traditionally takes place at a Cross Roads? Hmm, yes, that's right. And, believe me, I wouldn't emphasize that if it weren't such a mainstay in his work. By the way, did you know, that according to IMDB, Dave Grohl was originally supposed to cameo as 'Ol Scratch in Jackson's 'King Kong'? What a shame that didn't Pan out. While we're on the subject, Francis Bean attended an interesting school as well. Another that boasts lots of celebrity graduates (including a couple currently going through a high profile divorce). And by the way, it's perfectly normal for the Grandfathers of two of David Lynch's leading men to have been very close friends with Edward the 8th. That's just what happens when you're one of the wealthiest men in the world, duh. Anyway, I was totally surprised when I found out that TLC was created by NASA, weren't you?

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  46. MC returns - Since that arc-word "pearl" has come up again...you know about the long-lost Cocteau Twins footage that just showed up on YouTube, I assume?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DCKwBlRm7U - or to get straight to the point - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lGvmc_tJxw
    Who'd have thought that a lip-sync'ed TV performance would turn out to be The Killer for every sad obsessed Fraser worshipper

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  47. Chris, Uranus entry into Taurus for the next 7 years will very much see the earth literally shaking. So your ring of fire theory is unfortunately very much on point.

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