Monday, April 22, 2024

The Bride of Satan and the Cerealia Killer

You probably heard about what I hope is not just the latest example of a trend of public self-immolation. I should say I hope not, but in fact I fear so.

The Langley Daily Gazette - AKA The New York Times - started pushing the  "conspiracy theorist" angle, perhaps in hopes of pinning this on Alex Jones or Joe Rogan or someone equally terrifying. But as we saw with the previous self-immolator, Max Azzarello wasn't going to fit into their little wetdreams. 

The dude was one of millions of disillusioned BernieBros, and his ideology was all over the map: 

Azzarello was active on Instagram, posting a message saying "I love you" repeatedly shortly before he lit himself on fire. Posts on Azzarello's Instagram showed he brought stacks of pamphlets on his New York City trip, titled "NYU is a Mob Front," accusing the school of "Political Revenge Killings," "Criminal Propaganda," and other misdeeds. 


In his recount of world history, beginning at World War II, Azzarello claimed the United States government and CIA orchestrated the counterculture movement of the 1960s-70s, the Manson Family murders, punk and metal music, daytime talk shows, reality TV, the dot-com bubble, the Great Recession, and most of all, the creation and prominence of cryptocurrency and nonfungible tokens.  

The stated goal of the manifesto and his actions was to "Abolish our criminal government." Cryptocurrency played a central role in his wide-ranging conspiracy theory, claiming it was an "economic doomsday device" intended to implement an "apocalyptic global fascist coup."

In a separate manifesto published to his Substack, Azzarello justified lighting himself on fire.

“This extreme act of protest is to draw attention to an urgent and important discovery: We are victims of a totalitarian con, and our own government (along with many of their allies) is about to hit us with an apocalyptic fascist world coup,” he wrote. 

Azzarello previously filed a lawsuit in April 2023, titled Azzarello v. Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation et al. 

In it, he sued dozens of people and organizations, including the Clintons, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, billionaire Mark Cuban, former Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon, entrepreneur Peter Thiel, and former cryptocurrency mogul Sam Bankman-Fried.

Oh, he went after the Clintons? 

Well, that changes everything.


I wouldn't really have paid this all too much mind had I not posted on ritual immolations just a day before Mr. Azzarello ("Little Azrael"?) did his thing.

Let's just review:

We can't talk about 9/23/17 without talking about 5/18/17, can we? This is old news for old school Sunners, but every post is someone's first, right?

I hate to have to repeat myself so often, but repetition is the mother of skill. And the death of Chris Cornell (the Horned Christ) will one day be seen as the opening act of the Great Cosmic Drama we're living through now. 

It's probably why the elite rituals started getting crazy obvious almost a year before with the Gotthard Tunnel Watcher-worship orgy.

We know the Sibyl prophesied all of this, but that's not all she prophesied in that very same song.

What say you we look at this Nostradamus-on-Steroids sibylline riddles from "Frou-Frou Foxes in Midsummer Fires?"  

We'll dive deep into the exact significance of this in just a bit.

Mystical toponomy is the name of this game, folks. We saw it delineated in shocking specificity in the case of Chris Cornell's death. And Jeff Buckley's, for that matter.

But what about this drama on Friday? What kind of toponomy is at play there?

As you know to expect without question now, Elizabeth Street and an ice cream shop (Divers, take note) called "Strawberry Home" were both close by the park and the courthouse. 

And as you can see in this map of the neighborhood, the park itself was right off of Lafayette Street, which should ring a bell with any fellow Knowing fans out there.

Let's check in with Loren Coleman and get another facet of this placement:
The "Fayette Factor" is a phrase capturing the surprisingly high numbers of Fortean or inexplicable events, violent incidents, and synchromystic findings linked to places named after one of the USA's Founding Fathers--Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette (1757–1834).

The word "fay" + "ette" = "fairy" + "little" = little people.

Lafayette can also be translated from the French as "the little enchantment," as well as "the little fairy." 
Joan of Arc at the age of 8 danced around a "fay tree," a "fairy tree," some saying she saw fairies (which links to the French surname from Occitan, "the little beech tree"). Others tell that she heard voices, had visions, and was "enchanted."

Joan of Arc, you say? 


Which brings us to this additional detail about Azzarello:
A survey of his account, with posts as early as 2013, shows a marked change in tone after the death of his mother in April 2022. 

And you know what his mother's name was, of course: 

And since the sketch artist in the Trump trial is of particular interest to the media for some inexplicable reason, we should pay close attention to a little factoid that Brother JB pointed out:

Chris-tine Cornell. Of course.

JB also points out...

It never ends, children. It never ends at all. That's how you know it's real.

So let's dial the wayback machine back a bit and look a bit further into the frou-frou foxes and the Midsummer Fires:
The Midsummer Fires are famously documented in Sir James Frazer's Golden Bough, in the same chapter we get the story on the wicker men.

It's roughly the same ritual, based in ancient Celtic human sacrifice rituals pertaining to fertility and sun worship and all the rest of it. 


Our Lady is referencing the burning of foxes in the Midsummer Fires, in place of witches who might curse the harvest. 

Contrary to unresearched neopagan delusions, the ancient pagans were no more fond of witches or witchcraft as were the Christians who'd supplant them. 

So let me just reiterate that the post that delved into the ritual immolations went live a day before Mr. Azzarello lit himself up.

Something deeper seems to be bubbling to the surface here. Exactly what is beyond my ken at the moment, but that's a bit too "coincidental" for me.

Which is why I can't help but wonder if Max Azzarello's self-burnt offering was intended to sorcerously super-charge the proceedings.


Mr. Azzarello picked a very interesting day for his Frou-Frou fox routine...

... it was the 31st anniversary of Janet Reno's sacrificial immolation of the Branch Davidians...

... and the 29th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. 

But more importantly, Azzarello also auto-immolated on the date of the...

The Cerealia was an ancient holiday dedicated to mass immolation. 

And wouldn't you just know it? Of foxes, just like on the Midsummer Fires.

What are the odds, friends? What are the odds?

The Cerealia is listed on the oldest Roman calendars, and its institution in the city is attributed to the semi-legendary King Numa, in the earliest Regal period. 

The festival's archaic, agricultural nature is shown by a nighttime ritual described by Ovid. Blazing torches were tied to the tails of live foxes, who were released, possibly into the Circus Maximus. 

Ovid offers an aetiological explanation: long ago, at ancient Carleoli, a farm-boy caught a fox stealing chickens and tried to burn it alive. 

The fox escaped, ablaze; in its flight it set fire to the fields and their crops. As these were both sacred to Ceres, foxes are punished at her festival ever since.

Good Lord. 


Collect Pond Park also played host to this demonic display, an inversion of the Medusa/Perseus myth. It went up during Harvey Weinstein's ritual humiliation at that same courthouse where they're doing the same to Trump.

Only our occulted oligarchy would "pay tribute" to an alleged anti-sex harrassment campaign by putting a naked woman on display in a public park. 

Just total impunity at work there, and they're rubbing your faces in it.

And as you'd expect, it's a lie. 

Despite the obvious Algol adoration connotation to Medusa, this is straight out of Grand Orient Masonry, with the whole Salome and John the Baptist bit.

And since the Midsummer Fires take place on St. John's Day, you can pretty much take that connection to the bank.

And there's also this, of course.

So we can't reasonably ignore the fact that Azzarello did his human torch bit about twenty feet away from where the inverted idol stood.

That's a coincidence I don't feel comfortable with at all.


Despite all the money and attention the Regime is surely showering them with, Stormy Daniel doesn't seem to be handling their exalted role in the ritual drama all that well.

I don't know if it's the stress or the Satanic witchcraft they're dabbling with, but they've got a look in their eyes I've seen in people who've snapped their strings for good. It's not a comforting sign, for anyone.

We'll leave aside the whole NXIVM branding theories for the time being - though I certainly don't think they're at all out of the realm of possibility - and take a closer look at their other tats, which clearly show Stormy has crossed over to the dark side. 

As do those eyes, for that matter.

But let's look at that big piece on Stormy's upper arm...

... since it seems to be Lilith, the Bride of Satan. At least as depicted in contemporary witch kitsch. And that is an unambiguously dark and evil figure to be identifying with. 

This comes from some fan wiki for some silly juvenalia or other, but is pretty accurate:

She often travels the earth like a powerful demon, and in Jewish folklore they talk about how they receive amulets to defend themselves from Lilith, and these amulets are written with the name of angels as form of protection for children.

According to the Bible and Jewish folklore, there is a debate as to whether Lilith was a royal story or a creature created by Jewish scholars as a way to warn of the sin of lust and the lack of Faith. 

Lilith cruelty murdered children and seduced men to feed on them. Lilith is also regarded as the personification of lust one of the seven deadly sins.

In case you need something with a bit more cred, this from the Brooklyn Museum:

References to Lilith in the Dead Sea Scrolls and in the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh (circa 2000 B.C.E.) identify her as an evil spirit and a night demon that harmed male children. 

According to Hebrew myth, however, Lilith—and not Eve—was Adam’s first wife, and the two were created at the same time, suggesting their equality. Refusing to accept an inferior role, Lilith fled the Garden of Eden. 

When Adam complained to God, God sent three angels to retrieve Lilith, who was living beside the Red Sea giving birth to the children of lascivious demons at the rate of more than 100 per day. 

When she refused to return to Adam, God punished her defiance by causing 100 of her demon children to perish daily and by condemning her to be Satan’s wife.  

It's tempting to just write this all off as the hobby of an STD brain-damaged aging pornstar, but there's no shortage of sickos in elite circles who worship Lilith. I hope they don't emulate Lilith, but hope is not a strategy.

Stormy Daniel is a very appropriate name for this little apocalyptic ritual LARP unfolding here, as the stage name of the scarlet woman in question syncs a little too neatly with this verse.

In my vision that night, I, Daniel, saw a great storm churning the surface of a great sea, with strong winds blowing from every direction. Then four huge beasts came up out of the water, each different from the others. - Daniel 7:2-3

What a time to be alive.


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