Thursday, October 11, 2018

Sync or Swim: You Know This Much is True



OK, I'm just going to present all of this to you as is. Regular readers, you know the score. Casual readers, all I can say is you might want to do some reading over the weekend. For everyone else, I'm sorry, I haven't a clue what to tell you at the moment. It's too huge.

If you feel totally lost and think this is all utter insanity, don't worry. That's a very good sign. Because all of it absolutely is utter insanity. 






























ARIANA GRANDE- "THE LIGHT IS COMING" VIDEO




"PEARLY DEWDROPS' DROPS"- SINGLE COVER ART








ARIANA GRANDE- "GOD IS A WOMAN"





OFFICIAL VIDEO THUMBNAIL






Then there's this little item about cosmic rays shooting out of Antarctica. 

I can't wrap my head around all this at the moment but I can let you know where exactly this phenomena was recorded, and that's at the McMurdo Station, which is located...



...right off the coast of Victoria Land, which is...





RELEASED TOMORROW




"VIOLAINE" - LAST COCTEAU TWINS SINGLE- TWO VERSIONS

FROM MILK & KISSES - RELEASED 3/13/96





TRANQUIL EYE- EYE OF A HURRICANE




"CIRCLING" 




"GIRL"




YES. You know this much is true now.



STRAWBERRY CRISIS










EYE OF THE SIBYL





The first-ever mention of the notorious Pink Beam in "Eye of the Sybil" from 1975:





Paul Klee by Jean Cocteau



"YSABEL / STRAWBERRY" = ELIZABETH FRASER


"Klee and Others" =  Cocteau





PKD dies 3/2/82




On the Third Day, Cocteau Twins play first major showcase, opening for Birthday Party in London

THE ORACLE

















HERE IS WISDOM




The Oracle's mother <-> the Sibyl's lover 



Different shaped faces, but identical eyes, brow, nose, lips, chin. Very, very similar ears.







YES. You know this is true now.








THIS CALLS FOR A MIND WITH WISDOM.



YES. You know this is true now.














LINK




SO NOW YOU KNOW.

89 comments:

  1. Anyone hear about those giant mosquitoes they're finding out in North Carolina? Reminds me of the genetic abominations they were breeding and cross-genoming so they could get rid of Zika. Hey you guys remember Zika? Man what a year it's been. Speaking of, I wonder how they're doing on the Paddock case over there in Vegas. Still no motive? *Sigh*

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    1. Being from NC and all;and just starting to hear "Michael's" wings, sorry meant winds, this very moment (I've been up all night and this post heightens my euphoria at the fulfillment of prophecy ...any and all fuzzy warm promises of salvation from this nightmare are afoot in 2018) No really all this synchronicity pushes my deliverance buttons! And as for the giant skeeters, haven't seen any, however, there was a report on the late news earlier that hunters have been finding sick and dead crows. An older, very kind lady, stated in the report that she's been sort of an amateur doctor to black crows for decades. She nurses them to health or watches them die. With no help from our state wildlife division she swears that the only thing that sickens the crows is the West Nile Virus via mosquitos. So the news anchor says that we have to count on her advice. (A news anchor telling the news listening audience this??) The lady added that the disease is not transferable to humans. That should make us all comfortable or silently scream. It was a marvelous coincidence that you were thinking of NC and viruses just when I in NC passed by Chris's post! :)

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    2. Well, the Carolinas are certainly worth watching, as is this West Nile business. This overweening interest in mosquitoes doesn't exactly fill me with the warm and fuzzies either.

      But damn- I saw these giant hornets the past two days- nearly three inches long and fast as hell. One stung the hell out of the missus.

      Never mind this whole Lyme business....

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  2. Thank you for every other excellent article.
    Where else may just anyone get that type of information in such a perfect way of writing?

    I have a presentation next week, and I'm at the search for
    such information.

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    1. You have a presentation on the Sibyl and her apocalyptic visions coming to fruition? Well, my hat's off to you!

      Make sure your writing is perfect, however.

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  3. Illuminating as always. (Catching glimpse of promo material for “A Star is Born” couldn’t help but read it as “ASHTAR is Born”..) Just sayin.. seemed prescient. Also; Cooper character basically suicides/sacrifices himself on direction of her management..

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    1. Astarte is born? Gaga goes Siren? Man, now I really have to not check this movie out! I wanted to not see it before, but now I'm really hoping I get a chance to not see it.

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  4. Here is one for the Fraser file -
    A tornado has hit the town of Tansey, west of Gympie in Queensland, as "very dangerous" thunderstorm cells moved across Queensland's South Burnett to the Sunshine Coast, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
    By 3:15pm, one of two powerful storm cells passed directly over Rainbow Beach and a short time later the BOM issued a tornado warning for "very dangerous thunderstorms north-west of Kilkivan".

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-10-11/very-dangerous-storms-headed-for-sunshine-coast/10365010

    Rainbow Beach promotes itself as the "Gateway to Fraser Island" as vehicular ferries for Fraser Island depart from Inskip Point, north of town.
    In 2011, a large sinkhole consumed much of the beach at Inskip Point, with the hole size estimated at 100 m+ long and 50 m+ deep.
    A large sinkhole opened up near Queensland's Rainbow Beach, affecting campers along Inskip Point in September 2015.
    Fishermen were the first to notice the shoreline quickly receding into the ocean around 10:30 pm, the Brisbane Times reports.
    Casey Hughes told ABC news it sounded like thunder as the sinkhole was opening.
    The sinkhole was 150 meters long, 50 meters wide and three meters deep.
    The sinkhole swallowed up one car, a caravan, a camper trailer and several tents.
    140 people were evacuated from the campground, but no injuries were reported.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_Beach,_Queensland

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    1. Mother of God, Dazza. What on earth is going on in the Upside Down? Especially in that corner of the isle?

      And what else can you tell us about the Strawberry Crisis?

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    2. Yeah, this is the corner of the isle that truly concerns me as this is where me and most of my family live.
      Not to say the rest of the world doesn't concern me either, but if this part goes then there go I with it.
      As for the Strawberry Crisis, well Aussies being great drinkers and by extension probably admirers of Dionysus this headline probably gives you a clue to how we think -
      "Strawberry beer latest plan to stop Sunshine Coast strawberry waste"
      They actually did go with that plan by the way.

      https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/strawberry-beer-latest-plan-to-stop-sunshine-coast-strawberry-waste-20150709-gi91l9.html

      After all, Vegemite the yeast extract came about as a by-product from the brewing industry.
      I'm sure that if Aussies could turn their sewerage into beer they would.
      Come to think about it we have and in Queensland it is marketed as XXXX Beer:-)
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castlemaine_XXXX

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    3. This post I wrote should connect a few more dots ... or strawberries -
      https://brizdazz.blogspot.com/2018/10/holy-mother-of.html

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    4. Tough old bastards, you Aussies are. Good job.

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  5. You do know the troubled early life of Samantha Morton, I take it?

    She grew up in children's homes where she was sexually abused. She directed a semi-autobiographcal film about this period of her life called The Unloved
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Unloved

    Oh and she was sent to prison for attempted murder when she was 14.

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    1. Oh, I do.

      Yes, yes, I do indeed.

      Lots of very curious details in her biography. Lots of odd business when she was still a baby, even. Did you know she spend a lot of time in Scotland and has a lot of connections there? Interesting.

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    2. On a volcano theme, apparently there's a land down underwater there worth watching as well.

      https://www.rt.com/news/440891-lost-volcano-world-australia/

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    3. DOH! 9:37 was meant for the thread about Australia synchs just above.

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  6. Headspinning innit? And now it seems the power of the Orb is already calling in some favors with this "disappeared journalist"...So much hand-wringing and so little time left. Love the part about the 'impossibly' behaving particles. Lots of pooh-poohing that we just have to study it a bit more. Would hate for the Cern SC to start kicking out unknown particles that can go straight through the earth...As DeNiro, as the Devil or Whatever, said in Angel Heart "The future isn't what it used to be Mr. Angel." Thanks for giving us some great insights about it though...

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    1. Great comment! I agree!! Wonderful and timely post from Chris again.

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    2. I have no idea how or why but I hope people get what's really going on down in Victorialand there.

      The dewdrops-slash-neutrinos rose.

      Are you with me?

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    3. "Angel Heart," seriously? I just queued that one up last night. What are the ... odds? As usual, there is so much to comment on here but so little time, it seems. Hurricanes, strawberries, doomed rock singers, UFO woe, Twin-Peaks-overlapping-in-our-"reality" ... I will say that the animals acting strangely is quite acute, I've noticed. It breaks my heart, in a way, because they seem confused. Mystic rays from Saturn or Victorialand jamming info trays across the planet. As I approached my destination on a lonely back road in Kansas, the blackbirds weren't clumped in a flock on the road but in a perfect line across the road. Then a police car raced past me in the twilight. I sensed because I was "following a line," the blackbirds were sending me a warning of sorts. Too early to tell because I'm already in too deep (apologies to Phil Collins).

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    4. I'm on the case with the dewdrop particles. It's all a matter of timing, I gather. But there's still so much to understand...

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    5. Oh please do, Maria. The coincidence here is just too much to dismiss.

      Like I said, the pearly dewdrops have now rose if these reports are to be believed.

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  7. This is a topic that is near to my heart... Thank you! Where
    are your contact details though?

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    1. Just so you know, Chris, these replies like the ones I am replying to are spam. There's another one up above also from Anonymous. I see them approved often in your posts. You can tell they are spam because they start with a generic compliment about the post and then say some generic comment that doesn't really say anything specific. Just thought I'd bring this to your attention for future reference - no need to approve this comment.

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    2. Oh, it's OK Markov. It's jolly good to respond to them as a writing exercise now and then.

      But if I really wanted to get PKD, I'd assume you were also a spambot and it and you were parts of my unconscious trying to reach me in my coma.

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    3. I'm pretty sure Chris is doing it so that we all understand that all comments are appreciated. Surely anybody can contribute something better than a spambot.

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    4. Spambots come here and get perspective. Humor and gentleness never go amiss.

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    5. Spambots come here and get perspective. Humor and gentleness never go amiss.

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  8. JB at http://metalogiccafe.blogspot.com/9:39 AM, October 11, 2018

    First of all, they misspelled "Antarctica" in the headlines of TWO of those "science" stories. I'm not a grammar-supremacist, I make typos myself in comments sometimes, but in the actual headline of an official published article? For shame.

    Second, they just keep pimpin' those hurricanes, don't they? Considering that the last ones, which were also supposed to be THE END OF THE WORLD!!!, ended up being nothing more than run-of-the-mill storms by the time they reached land, I'm guessing all this hype is purely for symbolic reasons.

    They should call the next one Hurricane BAPHOMET, and say it might be an unprecedented Category 6.66!

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    1. The Apocalypse isn't the end of anything except illusion.

      Or the beginning of new illusions. Or neither. Or both. Or neither and both.

      Our objective here is parsing the Sibyl's ultimate message for us all.

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    2. Depends on what you call "symbolic", JB. Last year we had hurricane Maria. This year we have hurricane Michael. Next year we'll probably have hurricane Melissa. Do you see the pattern? I think God's message here is a bit too literal to take it in a purely symbolic way.

      And by the way, I've been thinking a little bit about what you said on your last reply about proof. Proof's a bitch. In general, and in particular for me at the stage I'm at. Sucks. I rarely try to have clever conversations here because the blog gets updated so often (that's great in other ways, not great for a thread). I've tried conversations about esoteric stuff in another forum, absolutely lovely people, and... well, I gave up. It wasn't them, it was me. I didn't know how to put in words what I wanted to say. Too chaotic in my learning, I suspect, but structured books didn't really work for me either. Any advice from anyone gratefully appreciated.

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    3. Maria, I personally don't bother trying to convince anyone of what I know for a fact to be the "greater truth", since A) no physical proof, the supernatural rarely leaves souvenirs, B) people wouldn't accept it anyway, and C) like most people who met the Great God Pan, I've become a hermit, no friends, no lovers, nothing, and I'm somehow fine with that, since my world, since my little cosmic journey to the other side, has become an almost entirely intellectual/spiritual one.

      Like Pan told Moses at the top of the mountain: "None may gaze upon my face and live." Well, that's not entirely true; although seeing the Creator/Dreamer usually kills you on the spot, people sometimes survive and simply go insane and live as hermits for the rest of their broken lives. I lucked out; since I was already dead when I saw him up at Chokmah beyond the stars, I simply turned my back to human civilization after I came back (except the internet).

      But even Moses got serious side-effects from being so close to him for so long: "Keren", horns of divine power, grew out of his forehead. Scared the s**t out of everyone, he almost got stoned to death, so he had to wear a veil until he got better.

      Never forget: the proverbial "Fear of God" is Lovecraftian in nature. Read Arthur Machen's masterpiece, it's practically gospel.

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    4. We are glad you came here .

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  9. I commented elsewhere how the too common understanding of the Caduceus symbol as representing DNA is a flaming red herring. PK Dick doesn't make this mistake here and uses it in his story as a sort of Roman Mercury cult Cellphone that is used to contact higher intelligences. The male and female snakes intertwining in union can be seen as a sort of western yin-yang symbol as it is a symbol of opposing dualities brought into harmonic union. But it's the winged rod that symbolises the communication powers of Mercury. Thoughts have wings, eh?

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    1. Well, syncs are Mercury's little calling cards. So it all goes down the same hole, if you get my meaning.

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    2. And then I say, "but daddy, why do the DNA theories always ignore the rod if it's a truly meaningful synch?"

      Want to see a synch involving the Caduceus that ties it into an element of communications technology that the ancients shouldn't have known about?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAjCrl-SPcY

      It's all about the sacred flux.

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    3. I'm stupid. Explain it to me like you would a child.

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    4. A wizard called Faradolf established the principle that that two snakes coiled around a magic rod could talk to each other by way of a spell casted on the rod. This spell was called Inductionius Fluxiana. Later the Great Macarooni demonstrated that the snakes didn't even have to be in the same place as two rods could be enchanted with the power of sparks.

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    5. $VALUE is a symbol of opposing dualities brought into harmonic union.

      You can replace "$VALUE" above with either "The Caduceus" or "DNA", with no loss of meaning in either case.

      Why be surprised the general shape turns out to be the same?

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  10. This website truly has all of the info I wanted about this subject and didn't know
    who to ask.

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    1. You can always ask me about evidences of the Sibylline incarnation. I'm always more than happy to discuss it.

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  11. Just a few more syncs for the pile, for whatever they're worth...

    This year has seen a strange sort of twinning when it comes to violence and/or destruction: there was the school shooting in Parkland, FL; and a few days later there was an unexplained fire in a garage in Parkland, PA, that destroyed 25 school buses. There was the Rain King shooting in Antioch, Tennessee; and then a school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas (rather than its more famous namesake in New Mexico). A man rammed a car into a restaurant in an attempted vehicular homicide of his family in Dallas, North Carolina. And the pilot during the Sea-Tac Black Mass spent time flying over Parkland, Washington (as well as several towns that could translate as 'Las Vegas'), before he took his final dive.

    And then (as if to drive the twinning point home) Hurricane Michael devastates Panama City and Laguna Beach, Florida.

    As always, CLK, keep up the stellar work!

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    1. There's also that limo crash in upstate NY that ties into the Kavanaugh kangaroo court via that FBI agent woman.

      Shame the Sync community isn't quite as active as it once was. There's a rich and loamy mission field out there.

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    2. You know, I realize this is a sync blog, and not a politics blog, so if you don't see fit to put this comment through, I will absolutely understand....

      2018 has been one long psychodrama; and it seems to have culminated in the Kavanaugh Trial, where America collectively flipped out over the question, Did this guy get drunk and all rough and handsy with this chick back in high school...But not over the fact that he spent a good chunk of his career laying the legal groundwork for putting civilians behind barbed wire.

      No mistake: I don't expect tanks on the streets tomorrow; or ever, unless they have to. But I think the archons are worried that 2020 is gonna be messy; especially if one side thinks that the other has tried to game the election.

      In which case, I (as a proselytizing Sufi) expect to get to know the guy that wouldn't bake a wedding cake for the three chicks that wanted to marry each other and a tree, and the lady that accidentally shared the Russian fake news article her nephew sent her on Facebook, in the Learning Tolerance Through Service Camp.

      Apologies: this has become my standard "Did I just hear the name Kavanaugh?" spiel, and it's probably wildly off-topic here!

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    3. I think both Kavanaugh and Ford (and probably the others at the "hearing") are actors. And if Kavanaugh is acting now, being part of a huge stageshow, I think he was acting in the past as well, when he supposedly helped pen the Patriot Act.



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    4. Yeah, I don't really know or care about the guy but I do know horrific bullshit when I see it. And if they got away away with it, this entire society would very rapidly collapse.

      It's like what William Kunstler said when he was asked why he defended mobsters. He said he did so because the government used them to establish draconian precedents to use on the rest of us.

      Then again, it could have been a stageshow. I dont even know if it matters anymore. Washington is such a hive of outright demonic possession that it's impossible to tell the difference, really.

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    5. and Mexico Beach, Florida. Nice observations, I like it

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    6. Just a thought: wouldn't the ultimate in realistic drama be one in which neither the audience *nor*the*actors* knew it was a stage play. I think a huge amount of mass politics worldwide falls under this category. People get cast as angry but ineffectual traditionalists, naive progressives, etc.; they think what they're doing is real, their opposition thinks what theyre doing is real, and no one but those who wrote the script know how the acts proceed, and how the play ends.

      As for demonic possession: world affairs would make more sense to more people if that concept was still mainstream.

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    7. Khadir, you have hit on my own personal view of the whole Kavanaugh/Ford spectacle. It was staged certainly, but I don't think any of the "actors" were aware of it. The purpose is probably a variety of things, that would probably appear contradictory to those outside of the creators of drama.

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    8. "In which case, I (as a proselytizing Sufi) expect to get to know the guy that wouldn't bake a wedding cake for the three chicks that wanted to marry"

      Far more likely at this point that the guy who wouldn't bake the cake and his buddies will try to make certain that you (as a proselytizing Sufi) and those three chicks meet in the afterlife, Rwanda style.

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  12. Hey Chris I really hope you get this info. My favourite band, a little known post-hardcore outfit out of Philly just released their 7th LP. The original release date was set for October 5th but they ended up releasing digitally at midnight of October 1st. The second to last song on the album is called "Michael, Row Your Boat Ashore". Also check out the lyrics of the frontman Aaron Weiss. Also of note, is that the original hymn (michael row your boat ashore) was first noted in the freed slave community on St. Helena Island in South Carolina, exactly where the hurrican hit last month.

    https://youtu.be/PWICaysNvQ0

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    1. Wow. That's rather amazing. Thanks for the hot tip.

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    2. Of course! I gno you dont mind some hardcore and this band is a reflection of my heart and soul. Highly recommend checking out their new album featuring Michael. Also even their last release from 2015, Pale Horses. Tons of mystical things happening throughout their discography. They stay true to themselves and never try too hard (except maybe their 4th LP- when they started going full folk).

      Everything can be found on their bandcamp.

      mewithoutyou.bandcamp.com/album/untitled

      This sync is still getting me. 10/1-10/10

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    3. The day Michael hit Florida, I posted "Drowning with land in sight" which was inspired by a 1994 album title by the band The 77's. The lead singer is Michael Roe. And I noted in my post that I had come across a solo album Roe did called "The Boat Ashore" (as in: Michael Roe The Boat Ashore) and it includes that old gospel hymn. I'm glad someone else here caught that as well.
      http://www.reddirtreport.com/dust-devil-dreams/drowning-land-sight-wave-wave

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  13. Chris, this is so timely for me. I watched The Man in the High Castle this weekend. I realized that,they seemed to be including elements from his later books & his Exegesis. I looked up a number of articles last night. "Man, Android and Machine" Philip K. Dick, 1975
    http://www.philipkdickfans.com/mirror/websites/pkdweb/Man,%20Android%20and%20Machine.htm
    "How to Build a Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later"
    Philip K. Dick, 1978
    https://urbigenous.net/library/how_to_build.html
    http://www.philipkdickfans.com/mirror/websites/pkdweb/THE%20OWL%20IN%20DAYLIGHT.htm
    His unpublished book, The Owl in Daylight, made me think of Twin Peaks. "(PKD:) This is the book I'm allegedly writing, THE OWL IN DAYLIGHT. Its a folk expression from the South -- an owl being blind in the daylight. It simply means a person whose judgement is clouded over. The book is about the inability to understand. I can't even put it into words."
    Karin

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    1. I recommend everyone out there read HTBAUTDFATWL and check out Dick's Metz lecture as well.

      I just wish like hell he lived to hear the Sibyl. I can only imagine what that encounter would produce.

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    2. a raucous universe would be borne of that meeting. I would have liked to be part of it, really.

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    3. Dick probably would made me look like a casual fan.

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    4. I so want to read PKD's blog. I know, exegesis, but stream of conciousness...

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  14. Hi Chris: Came across a write up of background and history of recorded versions of "Song of the Siren". Interesting that lyrics were by T. Buckley's friend and collaborator Larry Beckett.
    "The Life of a Song: ‘Song to the Siren’: The Larry Beckett-penned haunting ode to doomed love is a tribute to the ancient Greeks’ deathly seducers";
    https://www.ft.com/content/95cbc4d0-0008-11e6-99cb-83242733f755

    Thank you for your continued postings and work; very appreciated

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  15. Can't comment about giant mosquitos or hornets, but all Summer & even now into Fall I have been seeing the biggest damn spiders I've ever seen in my life. I believe they're wolf spiders, you should see their webs, just enormous. One likes a particular window for some reason, you clean it away & just a few hours later the spider is back & has built a new one. Industrious & resilient as hell they are.

    BTW: Any synchs noticed with what the economy has been up to of late? An engineered economic crash just before midterms would no doubt be...interesting. & I'll just leave it at that. As always, great info here.

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    1. We got some huge wolves here too. A couple of them have gotten into the house. Scary suckers.

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  16. The economy? Check this out:

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/we-witnessed-the-3rd-largest-point-crash-in-stock-market-history-on-the-same-day-that-the-3rd-most-powerful-hurricane-to-ever-hit-the-u-s-made-landfall

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    1. Cryptocoins are taking a big hit too. $13 billion interestingly enough. Just gone. Poof. 13.

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    2. Yeah, I'm sorry. I've never trusted crypto. I don't trust any currency, not even gold. It's all subject to hideous manipulation.

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  17. I saw a post on Nazibook aka Facebook about Hurricane Michael landing on the feast celebration of Archangel Michael casting Satan out of heaven called "Michaelmas". I laughed it off as just paranoid Christian fundamentalist musings but then I decided not to be close-minded and at least see if the symbolism check outs.

    Well I had to eat crow on my initial dismissal because Michaelmas original feast day was celebrated "11 October (10 October according to some sources – the dates are the result of the shift from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar)"

    "According to Morrell (1977), this old legend is well known in all parts of the United Kingdom, even as far north as the Orkney Islands. In Cornwall, a similar legend prevails, however, the saying goes that the devil urinated on them."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michaelmas#Old_Michaelmas_Day

    ^^^^Well that certainly gives whole new meaning to the English phrase "taking the piss".

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    1. Outstanding info, Em. This just keeps getting more layered. Cheers.

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  18. Hi Chris - An additional side bar: The Fraser crest you referenced peaked my interest. My maternal side of the family is Scottish-American and I have been attending local Scottish Highland Games for about 40 years now, and I am generally fascinated by Clan heraldry.

    In regards to Elizabeth Fraser, I'm not sure where in her family that Fraser derives, but that particular crest is of the Frasers of Philorth, a Lowland Scottish Clan, as opposed to the Highland Fraser's. Since Liz is from Grangemouth, Scotland, it's a good bet that her family may be related to those Lowland Fraser's, so that choice of crest was an intuitive one on your part. Now, the particular head of that Clan is a lady by the name of Flora Fraser, the 21st Lady Saltoun. The name "Saltoun" is a title allowing hereditary peerage in Scotland which means that those with that title are able to sit in the Scottish Parliament. The Title was created in 1445 for a fellow by the name of Sir Lawrence Abernathy. The Abernathy's and the Fraser's were related by marriage, so the title eventually went to one of the Fraser descendants, which happens to be Flora. She married Peter Soros, a nephew of American currency speculator and philanthropist George Soros, with whom she has two children. Fraser and Soros separated in 2009.

    There is a French origin story to the crest of strawberries which relates to the Fraser name as a French derived "fraise". An interesting link here: http://www.frizellefamilytree.com/index.php/the-scottish-fraser-clan
    The truth of the origin is unknown, but they are believed to have originated in France, specifically in Anjou and Normandy.

    Also, I would point out that the Clan motto: "All my hope is in God" is basically the same motto of the 32ned Degree Scottish Rite Freemason's - "Spes mea in Deo est" meaning "My hope is in God".

    I dunno - Ties and more ties. Just more WTF sauce for your Crazyrito.

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    1. The more WTF sauce the more delicious, Bill. Note that Michael made landfall near Calloway, another Norman Scot name. What are the odds?

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  19. The Pope called on St Michael the Archangel to eradicate pedophilia on October 7, And Hurricane Michael hits Florida. I can’t think of a better place than Florida to start eradicating pedo’s (maybe DC).

    https://www.nst.com.my/world/2018/10/419198/pope-invokes-protection-st-michael-archangel

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  20. CNN was talking about the giant mosquitoes in the health section of their site. Here's the mobile link if you're interested.


    https://www-m.cnn.com/2018/10/09/health/giant-mosquitoes-north-carolina-hurricane-bn/index.html?r=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnn.com%2Fhealth

    Or you can just ask Uncle Google. Hurricane Florence apparently woke them from their slumber or something.

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    1. Interesting. I'd love to read something on this from a site with a little more credibility than CNN, though. Cheers.

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    2. Sputnik International is also reporting on it if you want something more credible, lol!

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    3. What's really weird is that I live in Washington state and my news feed algorithm REALLY wanted me to know about the giant NC mosquitoes. That should have been a clue, eh?

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    4. Search engines have become less useful more often as they keep tweaking their algos and ad terms. Recently a simple non-political local word search for a type of business was crapped up with higher links to companies in a related yet irrelevant area of business.

      Presumably the invaders paid well for the privilige to infest my search screen despite my using excluder terms to avoid them.

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  21. Maybe it's a trifle obvious, but I'm surprised not to find any reference here yet to a very famous song by The Beatles....

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    1. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strawberry_Fields_Forever

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    2. I was guessing Rain, though I don't consider it famous.

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    3. Born in 1970, it took me until 2011 to realize that "Come Together" is a double entendre. Here and there it just takes time.

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    4. Dude, 1953, thanks for the eye opener!

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  22. Was thinking about the music awards and the Tylor Swift Cobra presentation, and ended up reading about the cobra godess Wadjet:

    Another early depiction of Wadjet is as a cobra entwined around a papyrus stem, beginning in the Predynastic era (prior to 3100 B.C.) and it is thought to be the first image that shows a snake entwined around a staff symbol.

    She also had an oracle, and was called "Lady Fire" and "The eye of Ra", and she was the protector of Ra and the Kings.

    Another lady snake who is making some news is "Nagini" from the Harry Potter series. The new movie will have the origin of this lady serpent as a feature.

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  23. Regarding Elizabeth Fraser's eyes, I wonder if Renee Jeanne Falconetti's performance in Carl Theodor Dreyer's 1928 film, "The Passion of Joan of Arc" had any influence on the way Elizabeth Fraser appears in photos of the Cocteau Twins? There are many close up shots of Falconetti's face in the film where she seems to be possessed by some otherworldly force and her eyes are as wild and intense as Elizabeth Fraser's eyes. Both women also have very similar facial features.

    http://www.leninimports.com/renee_maria_falconetti_11a.jpg
    http://www.leninimports.com/renee_maria_falconetti_11a_b.jpg

    Also, Joan of Arc claimed to have received visions of the Archangel Michael.

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  24. U.S. Army 1983: "Be Intellectually Prepared to React to Possible Encounters with Intelligent, Non-Corporal Energy Forms When Time-Space Boundaries Are Exceeded"
    https://www.cryptogon.com/?p=53599

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  25. Elsewhere in your coma dream, Will Smith tries to "ward off the ill-effects of Saturn"!
    https://www.msn.com/en-xl/asia/other/will-smith-spotted-performing-hindu-ritual-in-the-indian-himalayas/vi-BBOgUZ2

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  26. Speaking of insects & DARPA:

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/video-the-pentagons-insect-army/5656578

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