Monday, September 10, 2018

Apocalypse That Long to Kiss You


Of course she does. That's her job.




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Not just Beyophomet's, either.


I guess the Transgenics program is just about ready to roll out since we have the usual Influencers hovering around Fashion Week with their faux grafts. Don't worry, they haven't hideously mutilated themselves; yet. It's just a fresh round of chimeric entrainment for the masses.

Speaking of chimeras...



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Yeah, I'll say. But that's what Sirens do best, isn't it? Kill.



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Oh, they meant on the charts. Yeah, that too. I guess. 




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Meanwhile, the Sirens have been calling quite a few people to come swim with them forever and ever this past summer and there's still two weeks left until Fall yet.
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The carnage is certainly not nearly on the scale that we might have seen in the past but let's not give them there fishladies any big ideas, OK?



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Dolores O'Riordan swam to the Sirens at the beginning of the year. As so is often in the case with these things, Dolores had been on a bit of an upswing after a run of shit-luck. I hate this world.
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Unfortunately, the Sirens seem to have had D's number from the jump, judging from the video for the Cranberries' breakthrough hit, "Dreams." It wouldn't be the last we saw of this kind of imagery with this lot either.
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Ironically, the vid we all saw for "Dreams" was their second go at it. The first one, which was apparently either directed by the bass player's gran or some random bloke they grabbed off the street, is quite a bit different. And by a bit different, I mean "fucking terrible."

But do note the pearly effect in D's conspicuously non-Betty Fraser Eyes. I absolutely guarantee you the boys never thought she was a spy.

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Note the Twinning effect here. Also note that with that Kristy McNichol haircut, poor Dolores literally looks like every single, solitary girl I went to high school with,  All she needs is a raglan baseball jersey with "Journey" or "REO Speedwagon" printed on it and a pair of Jordache jeans.

We'll see you on the other side, sweet sister. Leave the light on for us.
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Speaking of swimming, this Dolphin thing certainly seems to be a bit of a thing. We saw this display here right about the time the Sibyl was sweetly singing a fresh round of augurs and portents on the other side of the world.

Oh, you're new here? Welcome. Nice to have you drop by. Who is this Sibyl, you ask? It's a fair question.
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I'll give you a hint.
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And you may have heard about Zafar, the lovelorn dolphin, a week or two ago? This story here ran on the 55th anniversary of Our Lady's blessed nativity.
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Well, as fate would have it, poor Zafar is cruising the waters just a skip around the jetty from where Our Lady and her Unmercenary Musicians recorded her final auguries for posterity. They did so there because Le Bete's new wife happened to be from the area. Her name?
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Florence. I kid you not. 
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And of course, it was two Dolphins who first kicked off the NFL's kneeling season, instantly winning praise from Colin Kaepernick, formerly of the Cylon Francisco 4:9'ers. 
 

Colin being a Scottish name, of course.
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The Dolphins played the Tennessee Anakim Titans today BECAUSE OF COURSE THEY DID. And the game was delayed by lightning BECAUSE OF COURSE IT WAS. 
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It was the longest NFL game ever and the Dolphins scored 9+9+9 points to beat the Titans BECAUSE OF COURSE THEY WOULD.

After all, Tennessee took away the Sibyl's sweet Tammuz forever, so they had to be made to pay for their transgressions by the Miami Oracle of Delphins, who serve Our Lady whether they realize it or not.

How do I know this? Because the Sibyl prophesied before the good citizens of Florida mere hours before she and her Shepherd Boy bridged the gap of countless eons and embarked upon a union written in the very stars themselves.

What's that? You actually think it all ends? I'm sorry, I forgot you were new around here. It never ends.
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And then The Boston Globe ran this headline here. 
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It's... I have no idea what that's all about.
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It looks like Miami wasn't the only city subjected to the wrath of Zeus.  Weird goings-on in the Upside Down as well. I think it's on account of some lippy Sheila serving the grumpy old fuck a Vegemite sandwich when he had actually ordered a Reuben.
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Worse, it was on whole wheat toast when he specifically asked for marble rye.




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Of course, you'll hear that Zeus's temper tantrums are all the result of anthropogenic climate change on account of humans bogarting an gluttonous 3% of the Earth's surface, not counting 71% of the planet that's covered by ocean.

But some scientists out there are suggesting that maybe cosmic rays-- you know, those unimaginably powerful blasts of radiation from the Sun and from cosmic events billions of times more powerful than old Sol ever dreamed of being -- may have just a little teensy something to do with changes in the weather.

I just hope these folks are either independently wealthy or have themselves some nice cardboard boxes to live in. Not sayin', just sayin'.
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Which brings us back to our old friend, SN1987A, the curiously unnatural-looking cosmic event that was in fact the closest supernova to earth in nearly four centuries.

The one you-know-who arguably prophesied with you-know-what-song three years before the supernova was observed by astronomers.
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The one that was seen in the constellation of Dorado, or as the Sibyl once chanted, the "Ruby Star Dorade."

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Dorado is better known as the Dolphinfish. Amazing, huh? 

"Dolphin-fish." Funny.
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But as pure, dumb chance would have it, a record-setting Dorado was caught right here in the great Garden State the day before the Sibyl and her cetacean entourage blew back into this godforsaken Earthworld.

The name of the skiff was the Lisa Marie, coincidentally the name of the daughter of a famous rock star who might have a sychronnection or two to this little unfolding narrative.


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Then an eagle-eyed reader pointed out that Burt "Ben Frazer" Reynolds appeared on a couple episodes of Flipper back in the day. 

I hadn't seen Flipper since I was a wee wane. It was...interesting.

Hey, you know who I heard was a big fan of Flipper? Allen Ginsberg. So was David Asimov, Walter Breen and Samuel R Delany. Yeah, I heard they never missed a single adventure of that plucky porpoise and his intrepid little chums.
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So I learned something very interesting today.

And by 'interesting' I mean OHMYFRIGGIN'GOD YOU HAVE GOT TO BE MOTHER-EFFIN' KIDDING ME. 
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Wanna know what that is?

Well, it's that Emma "Sorceress" Watson, Miss Pearly Dewdrop Belle herself, spent the first five years of her young life in Maisons-Laffitte, France. So what you may ask?


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Well, that's where Jean Maurice Eugène Clément Cocteau hailed from as well.
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The same  effin' hometown as Emmaline Pearly-DewBelle Morgan Le Fay Non-Binary Incubator-Watson.


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You know, that Jean Cocteau.


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More accurately, this Jean Cocteau and this Beauty and the Beast. Wait; I mean these Cocteau Twins. Plus, the Buckley Supervoid.

Is it spongebath day in the coma ward? It's getting a bit close in here. Would you mind dabbing some salve on my bedsores as well? 

Thanks. You're a dear.



Weird, all my Sunday Schoolin' must've just leaked out of my drug-addled brains since I forgot King David was not only a tyro on the Lyra he was also a shepherd-Boötes too.

Because there's actually only one religion and it's called the stars. Asterism, if you prefer. Wait; I think that's already taken.
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Asterology? I think that one's taken too. Asterianity? Meh, I don't know. Leave your suggestions in the comments.



I bring it up on account of this whole red heifer business and this talk of building the Third Temple in the City of David.

Of course, the First Temple was built by Hiram Abiff and his Merry Murderin' Unworthy Craftsmen for Solomon, who was David's son.


Well, as Synchronicity --plus, the Ring of Fire-- would have it, a Sugar Hiccup shook the Solomon Islands Sunday. The Solomons being named to honor David's son.

No, seriously; "David's son." I know that from somewhere. Gah--It's on the tip of my tongue.

Finally...



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It was 25 years ago, Sgt. Mulder taught the band to play... 

Yes, it was 25 years ago today--back before everything began to suck-- that The X-Files' moved all its shit into my head, took over the spare room and has been mooching off me ever since.

Actually, that's a lie.

I was obsessed with The X-Files before it even aired. It parked the U-Haul in the mental driveway the minute the teaser there started running during commercial breaks on Sightings. 

What can I say? I'm a sucker for a stubby little gingers with pillowy lips. Sue me.

I already wrote my post-mortem so I don't have much more to add. Just that it's sad and fascinating how interest nose-dived in the series this past year.
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Must be why I'm thinking of Las Vegas...  

Part of the that is the fetid stench of the 2016 miniseries but I've been thinking about it  some and my new theory is that Tom Delonge killed The X-Files and UFOlogy with his "To The Stars" boondoggle.

You had this huge, interminable buildup and then you had this ridiculous rollout with a cabal of crusty old Deep State creepers, some shitty video footage that even Third Phase of the Moon wouldn't publish and DeLonge spritzing flopsweat all over Joe Rogan's console. Plus, it all felt very podestrian and faintly hillarious.

Well, maybe we can all delve back into the matter once the stink clears.

Now, excuse me. I have to put the finishing touches on "Apocalypse Like Sugar (Sugar Hiccup)."

113 comments:

  1. Maybe DeLonge and TTSA did hijack some of the X-Files' season 11 relevance, but as you've eloquently pointed out throughout your blog, all the the shiny 'UFO' content may ultimately be a distraction that obscures the real meat and potatoes of 'the phenomenon': sacred mushroom cults, entheogens and mystery schools.

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    1. There's no mutual exclusion here IMO, Gene.

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    2. I understand that, and agree, its just that I've been noticing that DeLonge and people like Bigelow have been pushing hard to keep the media emphasis on exotic metals, physical UAPs and hidden STEM-related high-technology. But I feel the real 'high-technology' is closer to what the X-Files showed us in the season 10 'Babylon' episode that you analysed so precisely in 'The Solar Satellite'. The technology that shamanic scholar Mircea Eliade called "Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy". I'm an artist-type, so I don't have a problem combining the IDH and ETH theories of today's UFOlogy. However I find its usually the STEM-focused ETH people who want to exclude or throw out the IDH and shamanic material, because its "too woo-woo" for their worldview. People have noticed that DeLonge's science team is stacked almost exclusively with biologists and people with bio-science backgrounds. Why? Maybe its because the answers lie within ourselves, as much as outside ourselves. I appreciate so much your sensitivity, that you're not a 'mutual excluder', but the excluders are out there, working overtime.

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    3. Mothman Prophecies is a great book about this sort of stuff. Fucking fantastic.

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    4. Gene Green, how can something 'alien'/not of this Earth/plane have any influence over us unless It's already part of us/exploits 'human potential' so as to make us more to It's manifesting (via Lucifer's Technologies)?

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  2. The great challenge of our time is to prove that you are smart enough to outwit Joe Rogan. If you can't even do that then you are thrown onto the trash heap of history. Goodbye Ufology. You had a good run but your shit is too weak. You got nothin' boy and when step up to the plate everyone can see it written all over your face. Even Alex Jones and his interdimensional demons that only the john birch society can fight sounded more convincing than you.

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    1. Joe Rogan is a lot smarter than most people think. One of the best vids I've seen in the past couple of years is Rogan just dismembering some skeptic guy who was talking shit about him. He's not only smart he strategizes like a fighter.

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    2. What's annoying about the Rogan vs UFology thing is that Rogan did his stupid SyFy show and only interviewed the dumbasses, and then he states that UFOlogy has nothing to offer because they are all idiots. I'd like to see Joe interview someone who actually has some intelligent thought about the subject, such as Vallee, and then see what Rogan has to say about it

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    3. The Mandela Effect is more popular than the Beatles...and Ufology! PKD experienced the Effect and explained who is behind it.The MSM cover-up of the Effect didn't quite work out as planned.The Effect is literally changing people's lives by slowly revealing the Black Iron Prison.The biggest story in modern human history is happening right now!

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  3. Funny you mentioned, "I think it's on account of some lippy Sheila serving the grumpy old fuck a Vegemite sandwich when he had actually ordered a Reuben"
    I saw Pink play Brisbane in August and the band touring with her was 'The Rubens' an Australian band whose latest single is 'Never Ever' ... as in never ever ends?
    Pink got sick and had to cancel some Sydney shows the first time round and so had to reschedule a Brisbane concert which freed up some tickets and I bought one for her last Brisbane show.

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    1. Pink brings it, so I've been told.

      A show, I mean. Not a Vegemite sandwich.

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    2. Yeah I've got 200 pictures of the night and will probably do a post about the show, as there is an interesting sync story about why I went that night, whereas I had no intention of going a few weeks before the show.

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  4. The movie 'Flipper' starring Paul Hogan and Elijah Wood was shot at Warner Brother's studio on the Gold Coast in 1996.
    Warner Brother's studio is owned by Village Roadshow who also run the Sea World theme park on the Gold Coast.
    'Aquaman' was shot at the same studios.

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    1. Elijah Wood who played Frodo in the 2001 The Fellowship of the Ring mentioned last article on SS.

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    2. Flipper the old TV show is straightup pedowank. Allegedly.

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  5. https://thesirenhotel.com/

    Just noticed the opening of "the siren" hotel in downtown Detroit.

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    1. Oh yes. Right across the way from the MGM.

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    2. 'The Siren' website includes pages titled 'CULTURE'.

      'TWOO' was an 'MGM' production.

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  6. I read 'swabs' not 'swaps' on the 'Fashion Week' tweet, It's inclusion of 'Swipe right' necklacing It with tinder/grindr/'hook-up' culting drip-drip-dripping the "Follow your bliss/Be who you wannabe" inculcation, the inevitability of which, if allowed, will be the furthering of obscenity to the extinguishing of Life, look at the wreck that is 'our' Stargazed society already.

    Kim K etc, & the legion lured, enchanted & dragged in their Starry Starry wake, HAVE mutilated themselves - her glamour is fake, she's a monument to self-mutilation & ruin.

    Star Birth is the ideal goal in this age of approval seeking & reality tv, in all It's iterations, is It's final program: a mutilating of the society It's grafted atop. It's Star Birthing process, twin-ritualised by the "born this way/authentic self" sentiment Kim K & co. Ally themselves with (if they didn't = no Starshoot) that always involves needing to dress-up, make-up, mutilate & drug/"self-medicate" oneself, turns Things Upside Down Stranger.

    http://www.barcroft.tv/thalia-almodovar-kim-kardashian-transgender-surgery-lookalike-new-york

    "I love the shape of her body, I think she is beautiful & I admire what she has accomplished.", 'As a child she recalls crying because she was made to use the boy’s bathroom when she wanted to use the girls', '"I wouldn’t know why somebody would want that but I am comfortable in my own skin & would like to be famous for who I am.', '"Everything about Kim’s attitude really resonates with me – people think that she doesn’t deserve to be where she is but she doesn’t care she just carries on building her empire.', '"I love my life & I love being mistaken for Kim."', '“Sometimes I am just not in the mood when guys just want to talk to me because I look like Kim without getting to know me - that annoys me.', '“I had this guy that dated me only because he had an obsession with Kim & he thought that I look like her - it was like almost a fantasy.', '“I’m single now so I’m on the lookout for my own Kanye.”' (Kanye of 'the sunken place').

    A tag on the article: 'Inspirational Lives'.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3080828/Kim-Kardashian-fan-filler-addict-Jordan-James-Parke-reveals-massive-lips-leaking-E-series-Botched.html

    'I'm worried if they keep leaking I'm going to end up with small lips again, & that wouldn't be me. My lips have really changed me as a person & I'd be so normal & boring without them.', 'The outrageous personality, who also received a nose job on April 1, said: 'Some of us love looking fake, & some people love looking natural. Let the fake people be fake'', ''If I saw Kim, I would literally be jumping off this bus. I'd probably get arrested before I got to her because they'd be like, "Crazy person!"'

    This Star Born process, that's a celebration of It's faking & deceiving, is cultured & an alien influence (Poppy culture) = Fascination.

    The entertain-industrial-complex is pearlescent, aspirant only as It's being fake = It's not a real pearl, red carpet 'stars' aren't real stars. 'Hollywood' is the culturing model - the 'star' to wish upon - used as template to clone all other vicariating mediums dredged from the depths dragging Humanity down to the Siren Sung Davy Jones' Locker, & It's precisely because It's fake & the fakery presented as "authentic" that is sinking us to destiny doomy.

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    1. The Kardashians are very well-paid entrainment influencers. Nice work if you can find it.

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  7. 'Olivia Munn', who's fluent in Japanese, is a news star:

    https://metro.co.uk/2018/09/09/olivia-munn-may-quit-acting-after-fight-to-have-the-predator-scene-with-registered-sex-offender-cut-7928680/

    'Munn has admitted that she doesn’t want to be an actor if it comes ‘at this cost’', 'she has now claimed she’s been ‘isolated’ by the incident, after her co-stars then allegedly pulled out of joint interviews with her, and director Black failed to speak with her personally about the situation.', '‘It’s a very lonely feeling to be sitting here by myself when I should be here with the rest of the cast,’', '‘I don’t know why this has to be such a hard fight. I do feel like I’ve been treated by some people that I’m the one who went to jail, or I’m the one that put this guy on set. I found out, and I was really important to me to have the scene deleted'

    https://mashable.com/article/olivia-munn-predator-tiff-interview/?europe=true

    'There are people who get mad at you for not helping them bury it'

    people? These:

    'The people who are at the top, the people colluding to keep abusers in power, the people who are colluding to turn a blind eye so that they can keep making money, they are the people who created this disparity in the first place.'

    people?

    A soul could be forgiven for thinking she must be a falling star newly arrived on This Mortal Coil for being such an ingénue.

    Hollywood is 'The Predator', & like It's silver-screened namesake is a trophy hunter, that Munn 'may quit'.

    Munn's 1st name prior to being Star Born? Lisa.

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    1. Isn't OM cloned from Catherine Zeta Zones' toenails? I thought someone told me that.

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    2. As an Okie OM was born in Tornado Alley so she'll have had experience of going "somewhere over the rainbow" long before her Hollywood Star Birthing.

      Further "over the rainbow":

      https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/oklahoma/articles/2018-09-10/oklahoma-capitol-to-get-new-copper-roof

      'Replacing the 45,000 square feet of copper roofing...', 'We have had some unforeseen conditions as you would expect on a 450,000-square-foot building...', '"It's going to be a nice gathering place for people in the Capitol,"'

      http://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2018/09/10/oklahoma-same-sex-couples

      'Here & Now's Robin Young talks with artistic director Bill Rauch about the adaptation, in which the character of Aunt Eller is also played by a transgender woman.', 'I began to just think about how much I loved classic musicals, but also, as a gay man, how I felt outside the stories, because they always celebrated heterosexual love.', '"The audience — gay, straight, bisexual, you name it — everybody's on the ride together."', '"There's a potent line in Hammerstein's libretto that comes actually from Lynn Riggs’ original play, 'Green Grow the Lilacs,' and it's 'country of change and gotta change with it'', 'It's about, how do we create a United States community that is rooted in acceptance and love and optimism?"', 'They are choosing in this small rural corner of Oklahoma to make a community that is inclusive and that is loving."'

      https://www.advocate.com/commentary/2018/9/07/i-went-pride-bible-belt-it-was-revelation

      'Because of the ripping apart of my LGBTQ community due to politics and social media, this past June I found it necessary to go to the middle of our beautiful country, Oklahoma City, and visit its Pride Festival and Parade. What I saw there over three days changed my perspective on where things stands for LGBTQ Americans and gave me greater hope that liberty, freedom and equality will be ours sooner than we realize.', ' I was asked to hold our American flag as we rolled over several miles of the parade and passed tens of thousands of my tribe. While I held Old Glory, I felt that I was home here.'

      Okies, in oarticular the NFL aspirants, can also be referred to as 'Sooners', ominous much?

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  8. Elvis was approached to Star as the male-lead in the 1976 remake of 'A Star is Born'.

    https://metro.co.uk/2018/09/09/bradley-cooper-praises-unbelievable-glastonbury-festival-where-he-shot-a-star-is-born-7928968/

    '‘You watch major, huge musicians still get nervous about playing on the Pyramid Stage,’ he added.', '‘It’s still this place of fear and beauty.’'

    What on Earth(?) could possess a soul to seek stardom?

    "I always knew I wanted to be..." Star Born?, the sentiment strings Humanity along as part of the culturing process.

    Abductees take on, internalise & go on to project aspects of that which 'Once upon a time' Predicated upon them, thus the entertain-industrial-complex riptides through the tributaries of the deeper cultured mileau dragging down the business shown.

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    2. It was a K.K. of a different Star Quality, Kris Kristofferson, who ended up co-constellating with Barbra Streisand (a chimera-splicing of the anointed & the foreign so as to Birth A Star) in 1976.

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    3. Jesus. I remember when that came out. Pretty well, actually.

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    4. 'ASiB1976', set in the constellation that is the music-world milieu, is the main template for 'ASiB2018', at least in a resuscitated sense (the original Hollywood Star forming template of this pearl of a tale, since ritually cloned spliced chimerised & Transmitted, being 'What Price Hollywood?' released in 1932 ('WPH?1932')). How Coop bursts & sheds His Mortal Coil, drowning/crashing(/?)*, remains to be disclosed, to the public at least by 'ASiB2018'.

      *Alcohol - spirits in particular - play a determining role in the male lead's fate in every version of this tale of Star Birth, Stardom/Stardoomy (Stormy?*). Coop meets (Judy) Gaga in a drag bar in 'ASiB2018' (& this is the kind of establishment where "Judy stays" according to the 'Stonewall' movie). This tale, as channel of these intersectionalized times, drowns onlookers in alien & mutated dredgings - Gaga refers to her legion of admirers as 'Little Monsters' so when moviegoers bask in the reflected glory of the silvered-screen they'll be altered (further) monstrously too.

      'ASiB2018' is released October 5th so It's promo campaign will be at It's most hysterical in the week of the 1st anniversary of the R91HLV2017 shootings.

      (*'Stormy Daniels' has an alter Starlet Birthed name & that is 'Stormy Waters', her actual birth name is Stephanie Gregory Clifford = crown/that which surrounds / watchful/alert / ford by a cliff.)

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  9. I've mentioned Natalie Wood and now Elijah Wood ... but I ain't gonna talk about Judy Wood -
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vadSaWyiozg

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    1. She can speak perfectly well for herself, methinks.

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  10. More water-bourne doomy tidings:

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2018/sep/07/eminem-breaks-uk-chart-record-for-most-consecutive-no-1-albums

    'Eminem has broken the UK chart record for consecutive No 1 albums, beating a record held jointly for 36 years by Abba and Led Zeppelin', 'His album Kamikaze, a surprise release last week and his second album in less than a year, is his ninth No 1 in a row – a run stretching back 18 years to his second collection, The Marshall Mathers LP'

    9 x 9 x 9

    '...Kamikaze takes aim at a number of his rapper peers, including the likes of Lil Pump and Lil Yachty from the “Soundcloud rap” scene, who he perceives as technically inferior. On the track Not Alike, meanwhile, he makes an attack on Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly, continuing a beef that began in 2012 when Kelly tweeted that Eminem’s daughter, then 15, was “hot”. A much-discussed war of words has continued in the past week, with Kelly releasing the diss track Rap Devil... Kelly told a crowd in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Thursday: “This is a battle between the past and the fucking future.”'

    make that 9 x 9 x 9 x 9?

    Led Zeppelin / Swansong, Abba / Atlantic/Epic

    +

    Ariana Grande's ex, rapper Mac Miller (not Marshall Mathers), was 'passed over' for a 'Davidson', Pete Davidson a comic (Star) borne of tragedy, a Freefallin' & firey one, Mac 'passing on' four days before the seventeenth anniversary of The Twin Towers shakedown.

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    1. Today,Drudge Report has a fake news headline reading "Seventeen Years After Sept 11,AlQaeda more powerful than ever" maybe we need a war on the media?

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    2. Sure, go have a war on the media. And when the different tribes of the country start killing each other, you maybe will figure out what was stopping them. Or maybe not.

      The average human being would not feel like a member of a tribe with millions of people if they weren't brainwashed by the media and arts every single day. With the natural human un-brainwashed psychology, I'm not even sure if towns are possible, let alone big cities.

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    3. Oh sure. Because if there's one institution working to heal division and unite the people it's the MSM. Absolutely.

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  11. https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2018/09/apocalypse-that-want-to-kiss-you.html?m=1

    From wikipedia on the Red Heifer - "The red heifer was also considered sacred to the Greek god Apollo. They are featured in many myths, including that of the creation of the lyre."

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    1. There is only one true religion. Go out to a remote location, wait until dark and see it for yourself.

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  12. AATIP:
    Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program
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    Ancient Astronaut Theory Is Proven?

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  13. JB (of The Meta-Logic Café)9:42 AM, September 10, 2018

    Hurricane Florence is fast approaching the U.S., while my favorite singer Florence Welch is starting her US tour. Florence is reknown for her "siren voice", her childhood obsession with being surrounded/submerged by water, and the hallucinations she experienced as a teenager when she took LSD for the first time. She said she saw mermaids everywhere. I'm afraid she might be the next sacrifice on the list.

    This might sound horrible, but I'm on the edge on whether or not I hope she doesn't die soon, like so many others who have "felt the deep" before her. I love her of all my heart, but I also don't want her to stay in this miserable piece of sh*t of a world for too long, seeing how prone to depression and easily heartbroken she has been in the past. She wouldn't fare well emotionally during an apocalypse (of any kind), and being a breathtakingly beautiful woman, she would undoubtedly get raped a few times when society REALLY falls apart.

    I've been to the other side, Flo. Knowing you're a neo-pagan/wicca kind of girl, trust me, you'll feel right at home in the company of the Great God Pan beyond the stars. Just let go when the siren comes for you.

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    1. Um, JB- this is a bit over the top. You might want to rethink some of this, my man.

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    2. You do know apocalypse means unveiling? Not the purge like destruction and chaos fed to the masses by the death cults. Also do you know Florence personally? If not you're just assuming her emotional wherewithal. Take a break from your ultra violent influences.

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  14. JB (of The Meta-Logic Café)10:02 AM, September 10, 2018

    Sorry to post twice (usually don't), but I just noticed something: On the "David's son - tip of my tongue" link you posted above for the NNDB Elizabeth Fraser page, there is a WTF picture of a "Helix Fossil" right there at the bottom-right of her picture.

    Might be a meaningless coincidence, but when I saw the Great God Pan's "big beautiful ram's horns spiralling inwards towards infinity" in the afterlife, it looked JUST LIKE THAT, like a gigantic ammonite shell made of stars and galaxies, essentially (ammonites being named after Ammon, the ancient egyptian Pan).

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    1. I believe that's a reference to this iconography. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FClYQu69mec

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  15. Have you ever looked at The Sun card of the Marseille tarot? I was doing a reading the other day and asked about the Cocteau twins and that was the card I pulled. I think you'll enjoy it.

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    1. If I was going to pick a Tarot card for the Cocteau twins, I think I'd pick the Sun from the Hermetic Tarot. Much more sybil-like, I think.

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    2. Oddly enough, the Marseilles Sun kind of reminds me of Flipper as well.

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    3. Check out Dame Darcy's Mermaid Tarot. Kitchy-cartoony fun! I love it.

      https://benebellwen.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/dame-darcy-original-order-7-e1418449579325.jpg

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  16. Chris, could you lay downe a future scenario, one that visits all the pearly dew drops drop? Is this cosmic event preventable? What is a synchromystic adept to do? The sun of an occulted nature has keen awareness. Shine forth brave souls! 87

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    1. I think it already did, Dennis. Back in 1987 and if the astronomers are to be believed 170,000 years before that. Maybe this next event in 2020 is the other shoe to drop.

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  17. All the talk up top there about transgenics & grafts & whatnot reminded me immediately of a certain episode from the first season of the great BBC show, "Orphan Black". Specifically an infamous "tail-cutting" scene set at the Neolution nightclub:

    https://io9.gizmodo.com/orphan-black-and-the-tail-of-the-transhumanist-nightc-503707743

    Very spoilery if you haven't seen it. One of the better shows that graced the small screen.

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    1. I've never seen it. But it looks quite entertraining.

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  18. Recall the prevalence of "dorados" (Spanish for "golden") that Santiago catches in that tried-and-true high school-assigned Ernest Hemingway book "The Old Man and the Sea"? Well, with FLORENCE looking as though it will seriously affect FLORENCE, South Carolina, it appears the town of HEMINGWAY, South Carolina is also in the path of said superstorm. Oh, and so is the "classy" El Dorado Hotel in nearby Myrtle Beach. Might want to head inland, y'all.

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    1. Thanks, SunMi. You just had to go and invoke the Siren. Well, I hope you're pleased with yourself.

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    2. Sure seems that way. Am reading/reviewing Bauhaus bassist David J's memoir "Who Killed Mister Moonlight?" and he recounts a dream he had of Hecate, and so he asked his pal, graphic novelist Alan Moore, to help him invoke a serpent god. Anyway, during the ritual, David J asks Moore to get a Jean Cocteau postcard for him, while at the end, while playing R.E.M.'s "Nightswimming," Moore states, "We're swimming in deep waters now." Indeed. Recall that the album Kurt Cobain was listening to when he died was "Automatic for the People," the same album "Nightswimming" appears on. Today, it was 27 years ago (yes, 27!) that Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was released. And everything changed for a generation.

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  19. I had an apocalyptic dream where I was going by the name Beyonce, then I had a dream about very intricate and cryptic cloud formations. When I woke up this was the second article I read. Feedback for you, synchro-bro.

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  20. What It’s Like at a Beach Party Where Goldman’s David Solomon Is the DJ (funny I saw this right after reading your blog,,,,)

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  21. "Hey, you know who I heard was a big fan of Flipper?"

    So what's wrong with Flipper? It's just about two juvenile males going on swimming adventures with their pet dolph---

    Oh, now I get it. Okay, I'll go and wash my eyes out now.

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    1. Hey, you really wanna wash your eyes out? Listen to this: Did you know that the original Flipper was a Bottle-nose Dolphin named "Kathy" that was taken out of the wild, along with 5 other dolphins, and made to perform for that show. But Kathy was the main attraction. Then, when the show was cancelled, they stuck her in an isolation tank at the Miami Sea Aquarium where she became increasingly depressed until one day, when her then oblivious trainer came to see her after being called in about her abhorrent behavior, swam into his arms and proceeded to hold her breath until she died. Yeah, you see apparently Dolphins don't breathe autonomically like humans do; they choose to breathe. Well, it was determined that Kathy held her breathe until she sank to the bottom of the tank dead as a door knob. Her quality of life was such that suicide was her conscious choice. Afterwards, her trainer, a great guy named Rick O'Berry, was so moved by this act found himself in jail for attempting to release all the captive dolphins he could find. Because when you find your own humanity in the death of a non-human creature that connects with you on a higher level, it kind of turns you around. So....yeah. Feel better now?

      Ruined my own day, now. Thanks, Bill.

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    2. Now I feel worse, Bill.

      When I was a child and learned that the Navy was attempting to use dolphins to set mines I freaked out. Every time I saw dolphins I couldn't shake that horrifying image.

      "Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe" had the dolphins seemingly swim off planet Earth. I wonder if this wasn't a reference to Kathy. Rick O'Berry is now a hero of mine.

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  22. As usual, I have to take exception with the usual Exxon-Mobil sponsoring of the Secret Sun. What, you're not taking any money from them? Then why the hell are you doing their advertising?

    Exxon Mobil, plus various Big Oil companies, plus various coal and fracking bunch, want to keep their shares up. Climate change screws with the shareholders. Therefore, they promote the pseudo-scientific belief that climate change is in no way connected to the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

    If you're looking for esoteric secrets kept hidden from the masses, one of the best is the one that the greenhouse effect was discovered in the 19th century. Check it out. Wikipedia might help. The guy that figured it out was simply trying to work out why the Earth isn't covered by a solid layer of ice, which it should, if you simply look at the distance we are from the Sun. He figured that the atmosphere had something to do with it, and that the specific composition of the atmosphere was relevant. In particular, the amount of carbon dioxide was the most important thing keeping temperatures nice. It follows logically that the more carbon dioxide, the hotter it gets.

    Now, if this guy had been really smart, he wouldn't have just published this information somewhere everybody could read it. No, he would have realized that this was vitally important information, therefore, should have started a religion with this secret at its core, once people were properly initiated in the inner sanctum.

    Once you understand that carbon dioxide is the key to all life on Earth, quite literally, and calendar-making is for cave-dwellers, it's obvious that whether cosmic rays affect the climate or not a teensy little bit is neither here nor there. Because it was well established, more than a century ago, that the main explanation was carbon dioxide. If the main explanation had been cosmic rays, people would have figured it out at the same time they started finding cosmic rays. It didn't happen that way.

    Therefore, Exxon Mobil owes you plenty of money. You're helping them extract money from fools for free.

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    1. We are all altered carbon you could say. Many major ages of technological history are defined use of carbon. Bronze, Steel, Gunpowder, Hydrocarbons. It's fancifully said that the future will be the diamond age or less fancily an age of carbon nanostructures. But try to find recognition of the existential importance of humble old carbon in the work of alchemists and astrologers. I'm sure that Al Crowley wrote a lot about it in-between his coded missives about more important subjects such as oral sex and cocaine.

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    2. Funny, they haven't paid any of my invoices lately..

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    3. Yeah, you're thinking of Arrhenius, here's his paper from the late 1890s:
      http://www.rsc.org/images/Arrhenius1896_tcm18-173546.pdf

      "He figured that the atmosphere had something to do with it" - really important point. The moon is roughly the same average distance from the sun as Earth but its surface temperatures are both hotter and colder than anywhere on this planet. The difference is our atmosphere stabilises temperatures on Earth within a certain range. For now.


      Here's an extract from a 1958 Bell science documentary discussing the C02/climate change idea:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-AXBbuDxRY

      Yeah, the polar icecaps haven't melted yet, but we're getting there slowly.

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    4. Just thought I'd toss out a viewpoint that generally gets both sides of the global warming debate mad at me...

      First off: I can absolutely see why even very intelligent people view climate change with extreme scepticism. There's been a great deal of misrepresentation, overstatement, and outright fraud in the field. Environmentalists have painted lurid pictures of near-term global-warming apocalypses that have consistently failed to materialize (I remember one from way back in the day, for instance, that spoke of how, by 2020, the cities of the eastern seaboard would be struggling to deal with the millions of refugees from the now-unlivable American Southwest). And it doesn't help that most environmentalists (and I'm speaking as someone that bleeds Forest Green!) seem to be really worried about reducing *other*people's* carbon footprint, but not so much their own. And it looks to a lot of people like an excuse for misanthropy, or a plot to keep the poor, poor (since destitute people usually have a very small carbon footprint). And, hey, *somebody's* gotta work as slaves in those open-pit mines to get the Rare Earths to make iPhones, no?

      That said...from what this layman's been able to teach himself, climate change is very real (this past hard-frozen winter, where we had a few days where my part of Appalachia was considerably colder than both Barrow, Alaska, and the North Pole, was actually a perfect example: you should expect wild swings around a slowly rising median, and weather systems that now have the energy to get freakishly out of place). And from what I can tell, the CO2 we've put in the air is responsible for it, so it's all squarely on us.

      And I think it's going to be the best thing to ever happen to this planet.

      Yes, it's going to be disruptive. But humans live with a disruptive environment every day.

      Consider: CO2 is sort of an atmospheric fertilizer. Fully 15% of the increased plant growth (agricultural productivity, forest resilience) today is due to the CO2 we've put into the air.

      The land area of Antarctica that supports plant life is now 25 times(!!!) larger than it was when I was a child.

      Polar bears aren't doing well, it's true (and I look for them to merge back into the Brown Bear species from which they so recently diverged); but that's because they're obligatory ice-platform feeders. Many other Arctic species are flourishing in a warmer Arctic.

      And consider: if Northern Canada were to become warm enough to be easily habitable, it could absorb *all* of the Earth's population growth for the next century...and still not be as densely populated as the Northern Indiana Amish country that used to be my old stomping ground. Trust me, LaGrange County, IN, is far from overpopulated.

      The Race has some severe environmental problems to solve (and for some of us Sufi, it's actually a religious obligation); but climate change, in the end, will be our ally, not our enemy.

      Just one layman's opinion, of course: free grains of salt available upon request!

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    5. Khadir I have to regretfully inform you that the faster plant growth resulting from CO2 is not good news for humans. Plants grown this way leech fewer nutrients from the earth and are therefore less nutritious to us. This is before we start to talk about the effects of extreme weather of all types on agriculture. An ongoing statistic to watch that is harder to fake for propaganda purposes is the suicide rate amongst farmers.

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    6. I must respectfully disagree, Anon6:25. Plants grown using petroleum-derived nitrogen fertilizer take up fewer nutrients; though there's some debate around whether this is an effect of the fertilizer itself, or of the fact that, in much of the US, the same crop has been grown on the same soil for better than a century, so that there simply *are* none of the trace elements we need in our food left in the soil for the plants to take up. Studies have shown that plants grown in high-CO2 environment are no different than plants grown in the open air, except (of course) that they grow more robustly. I'd suggest reading Robert Zubrin's "Merchants of Despair"; he discusses the "CO2 as atmospheric fertilizer" effect, and references a number of studies, if you want to follow it up in depth.

      I think we can both agree that current corporate agricultural practice in America is both unsustainable and, well, just idiotic. I grew up farming in Appalachia, where we respected our land. And then I moved to the Midwest, and heard farmers under contract with, say, Cargill, speaking of the soil as "matrix", and talking about exactly what "inputs"- X amount of nitrogen fertilizer, X amount of phosphorus, etc.- it was going to take to get that year's crop. And I shuddered when I realized that, through a big swath of the American Heartland, the soil is so depleted that without a steady stream of petrochemicals, nothing would grow on it but Queen Anne's Lace (which will grow on the slag heaps of Hell).

      Not sure what you meant by "propaganda purposes". Did you mean that I'm engaging in propaganda (which would kinda be baffling to me), or just that this is a subject covered in propaganda thicker than valley fog? In which case I agree wholeheartedly.

      As for the suicide rate among farmers...do you mean here in America? (Where it's no different than the rest of the population; meaning that it's at auto-genocide levels.) Or did you have in mind, say, the epidemic of Indian farm suicides? Those are only tangentially related to the weather, and have much more to do with usury, the attempt of agribusiness to replace small farmers, and India selling it's groundwater rights to foreign companies. But, yeah: that's something that the entire world should be discussing right now.

      Again, thanks for the thoughtful comment. It's always a joy to have a civil dialogue on something like climate change, since usually there's no conversation, just folks shouting past each other.

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    7. As to what the statistic means I won't bore you with a lame single cause fallacy. Especially since this is a place of high respect for synchronicity. Statistics like this are often patchily reported on but what would be looked for would be a global effect that has very different local (not necessarily national) characteristics.

      But there is a "blood from a stone" type effect or a "straw that broke the camel's back" effect. Farmers are not treated with a great deal of respect but who is. Infantry Soldiers? The inner city underclasses? A property of climate change is that it could contribute to a unrelenting process of demanding farmers to do more with less. Some of those other elements could be rising population, soil depletion, economic looting, and so on. But are we really saying that a force that will counter act these trends is CO2 increasing yields and that climate events such as drought and flooding will not factor?

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  23. I've heard/read your reasons but still don't get your ultimate disapproval of "season" 10. I recall your fabulous reviews of Founder's Mutation, Babylon, and MSII.

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    1. Well, they were fabulous on account of my whipcrack writing skills.

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  24. Short film for Ladytron track The Island.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXu0zuOKQ2A

    "Poison paradigm
    We are savages giving your poison lips
    Attitudes, privilege
    Without regret, a heaven lost at sea, a toxic intuition
    Fate loves desire
    We are sirens of, of the apocalypse"

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    1. Well, there's the feel-good video of 2018.

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  25. Here is the headline of the day ... so far anyway -
    "Meghan and Prince Harry to visit Dubbo and FRAZER ISLAND during official October visit"

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-11/meghan-and-prince-harry-to-visit-dubbo-and-fraser-island/10229884

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    1. Of course they are. They are clearly devout Fraserfarians.

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    2. Oops!
      I spelled Faser with a Z instead of an S when I went over the headline in caps.
      Please forgive my blasphemous ways our lady of the Island.

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  26. PleaseRunBluebeamPleaseRunBluebeamPleaseRunBluebeamPleaseRunBluebeam.... I could really use the laugh.

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  27. For a more light-hearted look at mermaids, see how they've been used in advertising for years. Gotta love the one for the "mermaid pearls".

    http://hauntedohiobooks.com/news/mermaids-and-mad-men-mermaids-in-advertising-14123/

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    1. "What you call love was invented by guys like me, to sell nylons."

      - Don Draper (as played by Jon Hamm)

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  28. Someone mentioned two weeks of Summer left? Early Winter this Week for some.Historicaly Grand Solar Minimums cause "the End of Empires"...
    Did someone say 'mini ice age' and mass crop failures. Who Cares? More than 1 Million to flee as Hurricane Florence rips towards East Coast. Hurricane Florence could be worst storm to hit North of Florida.
    Hurricane Florence could threaten 10 Nuclear Plants.Who Cares? "So tonight we gonna party like it's 2-thousand-and-one".

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  29. I, I wish you could swim
    Like the dolphins
    Like dolphins can swim
    Though nothing, nothing will keep us together
    We can beat them, forever and ever
    Oh, we can be heroes just for one day
    I, I will be King
    And you, you will be Queen
    Though nothing will drive them away
    We can be heroes just for one day
    We can be us just for one day
    I, I can remember
    (I remember)
    Standing by the wall
    (By the wall)
    And the guns, shot above our heads
    (Over our heads)
    And we kissed, as though nothing could fall
    (Nothing could fall)
    And the shame, was on the other side
    Oh, we can beat them, forever and ever
    Then we could be heroes just for one day
    We can be heroes
    We can be heroes
    We can be heroes just for one day
    We can be heroes

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  30. Here is another headline for today -

    "Two teenage boys die in [Perth's] Swan River after jumping in to escape during police chase in Maylands"

    "The body of a second boy has been found by police searching the Swan River in Perth and there are fears for a third after a group of five teenagers jumped into the water while being chased by officers."

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-11/teenager-jumps-into-swan-river-and-drowns-after-police-chase/10229920

    Have a look at that West Australian police badge with the upside-down star and the black swan on it, too;-)
    And you might want to have a listen to the lyrics of one of Australia's favourite songs 'Waltzing Matilda'.
    Heath Ledger's daughter is named Matilda and Perth is his hometown, as well.

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  31. There are instances the place a person suffered from depression for years, was symptom free for years and suddenly developed
    symptoms again for no obvious reason; although there are always reasons.

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  32. Just wanted to share my favorite poem with everyone, XX

    Siren Song
    By Margaret Atwood
    This is the one song everyone
    would like to learn: the song
    that is irresistible:

    the song that forces men
    to leap overboard in squadrons
    even though they see the beached skulls

    the song nobody knows
    because anyone who has heard it
    is dead, and the others can't remember.

    Shall I tell you the secret
    and if I do, will you get me
    out of this bird suit?

    I don't enjoy it here
    squatting on this island
    looking picturesque and mythical

    with these two feathery maniacs,
    I don't enjoy singing
    this trio, fatal and valuable.

    I will tell the secret to you,
    to you, only to you.
    Come closer. This song

    is a cry for help: Help me!
    Only you, only you can,
    you are unique

    at last. Alas
    it is a boring song
    but it works every time.

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  33. While researching retrogrades, I stumbled across this sarcastic nerd schooling folks about Earth's movements through the cosmos and got Sync points on Lyra and Vega. Money shot @ 17:00 for those who are pressed for time.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IJhgZBn-LHg

    The Dolphins touch in all of this is really trying in a layer of profundity iI' still trying to process..E.C.C.O's back to that one fella'. I wonder what he would of thought about this??
    Later.
    -Austin

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    1. Ah yes, but what he didn't cover was The Sun's path about the secret sun, and vice versa... aka The Vesica Piscis.

      Trouble is, The Earth is dragged by The Sun through Nibiru, the place of the crossing, where all hell breaks loose - as they say.

      Buy hey, it's not the end of the world (although it may seem like it).

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  34. Hey Chris - looks like that early morning Perth siren helicopter ritual is definitely having the desired effect ... https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/sep/10/perth-murders-man-charged-over-deaths-of-women-and-children-in-bedford-home

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/aug/02/perth-man-who-killed-son-and-watched-tv-while-children-buried-body-jailed

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  35. Well, Crowley did the variation on what Constantine saw during the 4th century...rather than "In Hoc Signo Vinces"...the shibboleth in his "Moonchild" (1918) was of "In hoc *Cygno* vinces"..."In this swan thou shalt conquer"...

    You would be surprised how much Truth is hidden in fiction...well, maybe not the readers here...but the Rabble / Sheeple.

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  36. "Cygno" of course an anagram of "Gynoc"...clearly indicating Feminine Primacy / gynarchy...which is of course already here in spirit...though has not yet been completely formalized and fully codified.

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  37. I think Crowley got the pun from a Parisian book binder named Merlin; who got into trouble with the Church / French Authorities (one in the same in those days)...he placed it in his store window and on all his books.

    The date was 15 May 1570...that mid-May period perhaps the most unfavorable of the year; what with Algol's influence most keenly felt during those days. Algol; of course 93 L.Y.'s away...the most Holy of Thelemic Numbers...

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    1. Of course, Anna Maria Alberghetti was born on May 15, 1936...who Rosemary incorrectly identified Terry as when they first met in the laundry room.

      Anna Maria Alberghetti starred in the play Rose-Marie circa 1960; IIRC.

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  38. Hell, I died on a May the 16th...so much thunder and lightning that night...so it is not as if I am unacquainted with the dynamic therein...that was the 2nd time...the first was on an August the 11th (when else????)

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    1. "Up in years" a subjective take...she will actually turn 74 on 26 September 2018...probably in her cell...666 x .111 = 74; if my mind is still working properly.

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  39. Ha, kid holding the fish is named Edward Kelly - I'm sure not an accident on your part

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  40. Tim Buckley sang a tune called Dolphins.

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    1. Laura-Louise loved Buckley! Always had a "Buckley For Mayor" pin on her blouse!

      When they asked William F what the first thing he would do if elected; he wittily replied, "Demand a recount!"

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  41. You know it has almost been 53 years since Donald Baumgart went blind on 28 September 1965...I wonder how he's doing...probably no better than David Ackroyd (played by a "Constantine", no less!)...though the former still has his tongue; at least.

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  42. Terry jumped out the window just 10 days afore (18 September 1965)...a Great Comet (Ikeya-Seki) passed by that evening...Guy & Ro had their first dinner with the Castaevets a day or so later.
    Terry later played Goddess Isis (after morphing from a Black Cat) in that Star Trek T.O.S. episode. I think the actress is still in prison for commission of murder in real (lol) life. She must be quite up in years by now.


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  43. If you think about it; it has been 55 years since JFK (the captain of the yacht in the Dream (lol) sequence) exited; and Hutch did cry out
    "Typhoon...it killed 55 people and it is headed this way!"

    The quick glimpse of the nautical map that is afforded should tell you from where She Who Must Be Obeyed sprung...

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  44. "toward the south the great fiery woman of pride will come, FLORA will hold the door open for her with intent."

    Michel N must have been hitting on all cylinders that day...

    It was a wicked and wild wind
    Blew down the doors to let me in
    Shattered windows and the sound of drums
    People couldn't believe what I'd become...
    ___Coldplay





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  45. These portholes look like stargates to me...

    https://www.artsy.net/news/artsy-editorial-futuristic-underground-art-museum-opened-helsinki-beneath-parking-lot?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=editorial

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    1. How many stargates have you seen? My opinion is that if the startgate looks like something from Alice in wonderland then expect the worst. But opinions are like onions. Everyone has them and they have many layers.

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  46. Very insightful article, keep up the superb work.

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  47. https://youtu.be/JaVolqsdjQA

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  48. The chimera deepfakes hit modeling. One short step to CGI mermodels. You knew it was coming.

    "All three models, designed by British photographer Cameron-James Wilson, were created with the aim of reflecting the brand’s “unfettered celebration of inclusion.”

    https://www.healthnutnews.com/these-fake-models-are-putting-human-models-out-of-work/

    The bslmain instagram has some interesting imagery.

    https://www.instagram.com/balmain/?utm_source=ig_embed


    And what could be lurking underwater leaving mysterious "footprints"?

    https://sputniknews.com/science/201809091067876760-ocean-footprints-discovery/

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  49. On a side note: The German pop-singer Daniel Dominik Kaiser-Kueblboeck (I doubt that anybody outside Germany has ever heard his name) had his rendezvous with the Sirens last week. Apparently, he jumped overboard during a cruise from Hamburg to NYC. He was 33 years old.

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  50. More doomy-drip-drip-drippings:

    Coop on Gaga: "It all had to be up to her level"

    (& like 'Stormy', Gaga's is a Stefani)

    Coop went on stage before Kris Kristofferson at Glastonbury as part of the 'ASiB2018' shoot.

    https://people.com/movies/lady-gaga-cries-over-star-is-born-bradley-cooper-praise/amp/

    “I’m just so glad God gave her the talent that she has and he chose her, because that’s quite a vessel to go through,”, '“We had instant chemistry when I met him,” Gaga said. “As soon as I opened the door to my house and saw him, it was like, ‘You hungry?’', 'She broke down in tears when Lukas Nelson — son of Willie Nelson and co-writer of songs on the film — told her, “You just destroyed every single scene you were in.”'

    https://www.etonline.com/lady-gaga-humbled-to-work-with-visionary-bradley-cooper-in-his-directorial-debut-exclusive-109392

    "Anytime you make art and people receive it and feel something, you feel that you've communicated to the world," Gaga explained. "That's why we are artists. That's our form of communication. Through art.", '"The chemistry was instant,", "So the fact that we forged a friendship by creating art together is kind of the most idyllic way to use that chemistry,".

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/09/11/lady-gaga-addresses-impact-her-rape-tried-to-erase-it-from-my-brian.amp.html

    'The "Star Is Born" actress also recently opened up about not feeling like the prettiest girl in the room and working to channel that feeling into her new movie role.', '"It put me right in the place I needed to be, because when my character talks about how ugly she feels — that was real," she said.'

    +

    Burt Reynolds was cremated at 'the gold coast crematory' in florida.

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  51. You're hitting a splendid writing stride, imo. Very pleasant to have one's mind blown, while reading fine and amusing writing. Now for the tough work of reading all the comments.

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  52. La machine du Grand défi Pierre Lavoie est lancée.

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