Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Space is an Altar: Swan Swan H


Well, well, well. Here are again. I'm sure you were all expecting as much, it's just a question of when and where the dice would fall.

Congratulations for surviving the latest near-earth asteroid impact by the way. Of course, the night is still young.

Monday, April 27, 2020

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Armageddon Tired of This ApocaLARPse


I believe this is true. From what I hear Marina is definitely not a Satanist, she just plays one on television. 

Closed-circuit television. At adreno-harvesting parties, on remote Caribbean islands.

I kid, I kid!


Wednesday, April 15, 2020

SUCKIEST. ANTICHRIST. EVER.



Oh, for Heaven or Las Vegas' sake. Two-thousand years of speculation and terror and mass cult suicides and bad gothic fiction and this friggin' nebbish is the Great Beast 666? 

I want a refund.


Sunday, April 12, 2020

ApocaLARPse 20/20: Studies in Scarlet



2017: "I am the craziest, most unhinged year ever.  Nothing will ever top me when it comes to sheer, balls-out semiotic insanity."

2020: "Hold my adrenochrome..."


Tuesday, April 07, 2020

My God is Full of Stars: Karma Coma Comet Chameleon




The action shows no signs of letting up out there. Or letting up up there, for that matter. 

Next up on the docket are some wonders and portents in the Heavens, the kind our ancestors weren't overly fond of. So gird your loins for our next journey to the stars...


Friday, April 03, 2020

My God is Full of Stars: Girlfriend in a Coma




So, having definitively decoded the Locusts of Revelation 9 and their synchro-mystification with current events, I wanted to return to the issue of the Scarlet Woman. The reason being is that this Mysterious Babylonian woman also synchromystifies up in a big way with major stories in the news.

Mark your calendars, kids: this may be the day a two-thousand year-old cipher is finally solved.


Thursday, April 02, 2020

My God is Full of Stars: A Crown of Locusts



Well, here we are again. Last year I posted a series of articles interpreting the Book of Revelation as a stellar narrative, with all of the phantasmagorical creatures scholars have puzzled over for two thousand years as being clear and stunningly simple descriptions of conjunctions of various constellations.

I also posited that the stellar maps weren't just a primer on astronomy but prophesied particular events according to these conjunctions. Now I think we have confirmation for that.