Monday, June 10, 2019

Lucifer's Technology, Revisited. Plus, Recorded.

Well, it's good news-bad news time. 

Bad news is that Richard Hoagland was ill and didn't make it to air for The Other Side of Midnight. The good news is that our pal Kynthea pitch-hit and did a phenomenal job at it. The barn did indeed burn. Quite handily, in fact.

Saturday, June 08, 2019

Lucifer's Technologies, Revisited

Hey there, Sunsters. Apologies for the hiatus but my HD was dying and kept freezing up. I'm set up with a new unit and to celebrate I'm welcoming the legendary Richard C. Hoagland back to the air tonight at Midnight EST on The Other Side of Midnight. We've got a lot to cover so it should be a real barnstormer.

Friday, May 31, 2019

The Sync that Keeps Synching. And Synching. And Synching. And Synching. And Synching. And Synching. And Synching. And Synching. And Synching. And Synching...

 It nev...never mind.

I'm sure some of you heard about the tragic accident on the historic Danube in Budapest on Wednesday, involving a Viking hotel-boat (which I had no idea even existed) and a tour-boat called The Mermaid. I didn't think much of it until I realized what day we were talking about.

We're talking about Garlands Day. 

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Sync or Swym: The Future is Mermale

The Moon and the Melodist

With Obama-era stars like Katy Perry, Rihanna and Beyonce rapidly losing their cultural relevance, young Ariana Grande seems to be the new "It Girl" when it comes to symbolic entrainment. And I do I have to say she's doing a terrific job at it.

Who says Millennials are a bunch of lazy, entitled snowflakes? When it comes to flashing the signifiers, Ariana is a real Pearl of a girl.

Friday, May 17, 2019

Super-Sync Tsunami: Liquid Sky, UFOs and...Donald Trump?


Sometimes you just innocently fall upon an interesting synchronicity, which inspires you to poke around a bit and see where it might go. Next thing you know, you're deluged with a tidal wave of highly-potent syncs that kick open a door you've been scratching at for a while. 

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

My God is Full of Stars: Less than Nero

Nero, Sphinx, Rome, Light, 2000. 

Is this an actual headline or the winning answers to this month's round of Secret Sun Scrabble? Or perhaps just further evidence that there's no one at the helm of the Reality Schooner? 

Monday, May 13, 2019

Stories, Star Maps and Storm Warnings

Gordon White and I joined Miguel Conner for Aeon Byte's 13th Anniversary. There were no set talking points, so it took a short while for us to get a handle on where the conversation was headed.
But once we did we covered a number of fascinating topics that Secret Sun readers will grok. 

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Drunk on the Blood of the Saints

Well, quite an eventful month so far. Yeah.

Especially in the context of signs, wonders and portents. As well as things in the Heavens finding mirrors here on Earth.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Broadcasts from Home

This is going out to those who know: I know what this world can do and I'm sure some of you might need to hear some messages from home now and again. I'm here to help.

I've been working on this problem a long time now.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Sync Log: Notre Dame Paris

The landmark Notre Dame cathedral in Paris was heavily damaged by fire yesterday. Happily, much of the structure is intact and many of the priceless works of art had either been previously moved or were rescued. It took a very long time to build this architectural masterwork, and it will take a long time to repair it. Donations are already being made for its restoration.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Spacely Syncs: The All-Important 4/4

Our pal Khadir pointed me to this article, which talked about the Event Horizon project, in this instance about the MIT observatory in Westford, MA.

I'm sure you're probably all black-hole'd out, especially after the manufactured fake- controversy about that random woman on the team whose name just HAPPENED TOTALLY AND COMPLETELY BY ACCIDENT to sync up with Sagittarius, where the other Superunknown black hole sun was imaged.

Don't go invoking Knowles' First Law* now. I don't want you getting unpersoned.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Addendum: JLo Made the Secret Sunniest Video EVER

Well, weirdo Indie artists like Grimes are one thing, but what do you do when one of the biggest superstars in the entire world makes a video bursting at the seams with all these crazy Emergent Archetypal Dominants® I've been bashing my head bloody for the better part of two years trying to open people's eyes to?

I guess bash my head some more.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

A Taste of Your Own Medicine

Our man Boosephus pointed me in the direction of the new JLo video, "Medicine." I strongly suspect he did so because he's a sadist.

But believe it or not, the video was quite fascinating in that it served up not only the usual serving of quasi-Masonic iconography we've all seen ten trillion times in music videos but also some curiously Sunly symbolism. 

Not to mention some tantalizing evidence that the comely Ms. Lopez is working with a Crypto-Frase, or may in fact have been initiated into the Bene Frasserit herself.

Monday, April 08, 2019

Addenda: The Mysterious End of Kurt Cobain, Twenty-Five Years On

Kurt Cobain's body was found twenty-five years ago today at his home in Seattle. It was a landmark event for the culture at large, but perhaps in the future it will be seen as a Synchromystic landmark as well. 

Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Next Dimension, Please: The OA, Season Two

Is there such an animal as the Theatre of Depression? If not, there should be. Online technology has converted most of the industrialized world into indoorsy introverts, even Instagram globetrotters (who seem to travel solely to snap selfies of themselves in front of exotic landmarks).

Which is to say online technology is depressing the shit out of the world.

Monday, April 01, 2019

Twenty Years Inside The Matrix

Johnny, Angry Johnny....

In case you've been wisely tuning out the media, you may have noticed that today is the 20th anniversary of the release of The Matrix.  Cue the endless "Red Pill" misquotes...

Friday, March 29, 2019

Let's Warp the Timeline Again.

It's been a very, very strange month, particularly the past week or so. I don't know about you, but I'm sensing a powerful dislocation, some kind of massive disturbance in the Force. Concurrently with that is a sense that the Spy vs Spy War that's dominated our politics for the past three years has taken a decisive turn.

Monday, March 25, 2019

CERN Opened the Door: What Came Through?

I get that some folks might find talk about supernovas and subatomic particles a bit too abstract, a bit too theoretical. It's anything but.

What we're looking at and what we're trying to unpack is the work certain scientists with unlimited budgets and technology are undertaking in a quest to rip dimensional doors off their hinges and gain access to other universes. 

And let other universes gain access to us. 

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Space is an Altar: Out Back, Counting Stars.

There's a provocative headline for you. I've been following Diana Walsh Pasulka since she appeared on Rune Soup a while back and am quite intrigued by her research. I can't say I'm as intrigued by this headline here and I'm not entirely sure it's a fair assessment of her book, partly because I haven't had the pleasure of reading it yet.

But an alien religion "taking root among the powerful" isn't exactly a news flash, is it?

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Trailer Trash: Belial, Balaam, Baphomet, Betty and Veronica

OK, this looks...ungood. 

I'm holding out hope that the actual series will be double-plus-good, but this trailer is not filling my heart with warm waves of optimism and anticipation. The first series was so interesting because it 
always seemed like it was perched on the precipice of batshit insanity and could fall off at any moment. 

This just looks kind of dull and ordinary.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Don't Come Around Here Nommo

So I've been thinking a lot about this thing with Robert Temple and the "Sirius Mystery," so-called. 

The 1998 interview video that recently resurfaced in which Temple expresses his belief that the Nommo-- the alien race that allegedly inspired figures like Oannes and Atargatis-- were in hibernation around the Saturnian moon Phoebe kicked off one of those weird moments when thousands of tiny little puzzle-pieces all fall together in a very weird way.

Friday, March 15, 2019

In a Samhain Supernova in the Sky

So the reason I want to prove that many of these ancient stories are describing star maps is that I want my Sunners to really familiarize themselves with the language I'm trying to speak here.


So we can fold all of this into the unfolding Secret Sun exegesis, a great deal of which is ultimately about, if anything at all, seers and scryers. 

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Astronomy Domine: Eye Can See Everything

So you know the hundreds and hundreds of "one-eye shots" that you always see taken of celebrities on conspiracy sites? You know how the usual explanation seems to be that these are Satanists doing the "Eye of Horus" routine? As it happens, that may not be that far off the bat.

Why do I say that?

Well, it turns out that some scholars deciphered some old Egyptian texts and discovered that the Eye of Horus turns out to be Algol, of all things...

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Astronomy Domine: My God is Full of Stars

Well, I've been a busy little bee lately. I'll tell you, all sorts of interesting, um, revelations have bubbled to the surface.

So I wanted to clarify a few details in Revelation and then double back to Genesis because boy; things are really,
really heating up 'round these parts.

So seeing it's Sunday and all, whad'ya say we all do us some churchin', eh?

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Astronomy Domine: The Revelation Star Map

OK, we have a whole lot of information to sift through and the connections here might take a lot of time to soak in.  So let's get this thing going...

Monday, March 04, 2019

Sync or Swim Addenda: Hang on, Saint CRISPR

People come up to me all the time and ask me, "Chris, are there plans afoot to merge human DNA with the genome of some alien species from Nibiru or somewhere like that?"

I always have to tell them that I don't have a definitive answer. I just know that such an eventuality seems to be on somebody's mind out there, judging from the weird headlines popping up hither and yon.

Saturday, March 02, 2019

Sync or Swim: Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey. It Was the DNA.

OK, lots going on as per usual, lots to get to. 

We've been speculating over all this CRISPR business and other genetic shenanigans and now there's this headline, that some NASA contractor allegedly conjured up "alien" DNA by creating four new nucleotides. 

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Telling Tales Out of School: Jacob's Ladder

The Gods of Sync are a capricious lot, often dive-bombing into our lives with tantalizing morsels of interconnectivity, which answer one question at the same time they ask a thousand more. 

And so it is that just as a game-changing realization broke through the fog of my garbled thoughtstream, strange signals from the Synchrostrata dropped upon my head like tiny little drops of cosmic dew...

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Ask Not for Whom the Siren Sings...

Very busy and stressful times here at Secret Sun Central lately. Looks like there's a momentary break in the torment, so let's take a look at some of the synchro-semiotic insanity washing over the world as of late...

Monday, February 18, 2019

Old Black Oil, Keep on Rolling

Things are very, very hectic here but I didn't want to keep the Sunsters without some fresh grist for their mills. Coincidentally with my OCD ruminations on The X-Files as MK allegory came this latest depressing symptom of the overall collapse of mass-culture, which folds into all this mayhem either explicitly or otherwise....

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Secret Sunday Matinee: The BLUEBIRD of Happiness

Well, that's certainly something. 

"Carnival" comes from the name of a Roman Isis Festival and "Reggio" shares the same root as Regulus. And yes, there were Mermaid floats. 

Sunday, February 03, 2019

Secret Sun Super Ba'al LIII Pregame Picture Parade

It's the Big Game and it's a busy day here. So here are some random, unconnected images that crossed my path recently for you to meditate upon...

Thursday, January 31, 2019

"Mouse Kontrol Ultra," or Ascension of the New Metatron

Massive Attack onstage in Manchester

2019 seems to be recognized as a pivotal year of some kind by a number of different observers so I guess it's appropriate that Massive Attack is taking its Mezzanine 21st Anniversary extravaganza out on the road, along with MK-Ultra's own Adam Curtis furnishing the visuals.

I think it is safe to say that this will be another interesting year (in the Chinese-curse sense) if the augurs accompanying the tour's kickoff on Monday. Especially since a certain someone is along for this ride...

Sunday, January 27, 2019

It's the New Zeus Revue, Coming Right at You.

Well, it's been another exciting and fast-paced week, don't you think? 

Having defective brains like mine tends to get one trapped down increasingly-treacherous syncholes with all the symbols and signifiers flying around out there, so I'm going to see if my erudite readers want to have a go at all the most-high weirdness flying around in the Ether... 

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Great Restoration Watch: The Measure of a Ram

You know the drill-- so many rituals, so little time. A lot of topics we were discussing in the previous post popped up (give or take) in the Borgsong this past week, so indulge me as I drop a few fresh gold-dust-rush nuggets in your virtual sluice-pan...

Friday, January 18, 2019

Entrainment Tonight: Blood on the Moon

Sunday brings us the Super Bloody Castle Wolfenstein Moon (or whatever), so as you would expect lots of different folks are getting ready to ride those moon-waves. Sounds like there are a few more of these bloody moons on the way so hold on to your hemoglobin and surf those gnarly Apocalyptic curls...

Monday, January 14, 2019

...But Secret Sunification is Interested in You.

As always, there's way too much going on out there. I've fallen a bit behind on my semiotics and pseudo-science, but here's a small sampling of stories from the World Secret Sunification desk...

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Project Blue Book, or Putting the Sex in Subtext

OK, first things first: on a textual level, the History Channel's (sic) Project Blue Book is a dumpster fire of epic proportions, historically-speaking. 

On a subtextual level, Project Blue Book is a fascinating if not ham-fisted exercise in subliminal storytelling, at least the pilot episode is. 

Needless to say, I'm hooked!

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

The Devil's Draught and the Witches' Brew

This is a post I really didn't want to write. I've been engaged in a hearty inner debate as to whether I actually should write it, as it hits kind of close to home and involves someone I've known for a very long time. But given the severity of what actually went down and how badly this person is being demonized on Facebook and other places, I felt like I needed to speak up.

Certainly not to defend or excuse what may have allegedly gone down, but to try to understand it, since it acts as kind of an illustration of all the things I've been trying to talk about in the past couple of years. And concurrently with this came another horror show connected to topics I've been covering recently as well.

Sunday, January 06, 2019

Haunting of Hill House: A Deeper Dive

Welcome to Sunday's Secret Sun Typically Tardy Treatise (or SSSTTT). 

Longtime readers know often I'll dive into a film or TV series long after they're released. Often I do so because I'm waiting to select particular screenshots, oftentimes something simply flew under my radar and other times I wait until everyone else has seen something so I don't have to worry about spoilers.

So if you haven't seen Haunting of Hill House yet and you want to, bookmark this page and come back later. 

Friday, January 04, 2019

Haunting of Hill House, or (Don't) Want to Believe

There's this great line in Jeff Kripal's 2011 pop culture opus. Mutants & Mystics. It goes something like, "If the motto of The X-Files was: "I Want to Believe," the motto of John Keel was: "Don't."

As time goes on I appreciate the deep wisdom that John Keel dispensed more and more, and have come to see the man as a genuine prophet.