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Randy Quaid, Illuminati Whistleblower..?

Most people have probably seen a news clip recently about Randy Quaid and his wife Evi being arrested over the weekend (as I did this morning). I suddenly found myself vaguely recalling seeing some random vid on YT some years ago, about how Quaid was in Canada somewhere, being filmed talking about the Illuminati in Hollywood or something to that effect.

I always loved Randy Quaid, especially in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation as “cousin Eddie” (who didn’t though?) But somehow through the last five years of my “conspiratorial auto-didactation”, I somehow missed digging into this story being a passing glance. I was quite surprised to see the wife Evi has had a Youtube page, on which they’ve apparently been posting videos from what looks like public parks in Canada, up until the recent arrest in Vermont. Amazing.

What’s more amazing though, is how apparent it should be to anyone with much common sense at all that what Randy and Evi are going through absolutely IS a very malignant case of being persecuted by the “hidden hand of Hollywood”, because Randy had the courage to stand up and speak out regarding rampant corruption in the industry, or more accurately, just pure evil, as in things such as actors David Carradine and Heath Ledger being murdered, and not suicides…

When you stop and consider that the Quaid’s legal troubles all stem from the seemingly victimless “crime” of allegedly “squatting on a property they used to own”, which was somehow turned into a vandalism charge, it’s hard to not see it all as looking incredibly fishy indeed. I mean, come on now… We live in the day and age where celebrities get away with just about every conceivable crazy thing imaginable, where drug binges and DUI woes get swept aside with just a sprinkling of Hollywood-lawyer pixie dust. In the case of the Quaids, apparently their former lawyer/financial manager was really the start of much of the trouble, in that they claim he was siphoning off funds, setting up unauthorized trusts, etc., and basically draining them dry.

This is actually a pretty common thing in Hollywood, and the more I think about it, the more it makes me wonder if it might not actually represent a large part of how so many of Hollywood’s stars are effectively “handled”. I mean, if everyone knows that basically their entire fortunes, their mansions, their very careers and reputations, can all be ripped away and dragged through the mud at any time, then of course they’re going to “play ball”. Especially if it means ending up like like another “suicide”, a la Heath Ledger, David Carradine, Philip Seymour Hoffman, or Robin Williams. evi-randy-quaid.jpg w=360&h=202&crop=1

My goodness, if such a thing is really true, and someone of such “Hollywood royalty” stock wasn’t immune to being made an example of? How sobering to think of what degree of control the Enemy would truly have over the minds of everyone working in Hollywood and the media. That is real fear friends.

But think about it.. Anytime the media jumps on board with demonizing/ridiculing someone in such a way, that is a big red flag. And all because they supposedly were “squatting” in a house they used to own? How many dollars in damage did they allegedly cause, in their “vandalism” anyhow, to the degree that it would validate years of court costs and police work and now possibly being extradited back to California..? Doesn’t that seem a little ridiculously excessive to anyone else, considering the nature of the original “crime”? (well, throw on top of that now the fact that they missed court dates, so of course they’re probably going to treat that as “contempt of court” and such…)

I know it’s easy to look at someone like Randy Quaid, especially now with his bushy beard and videos of him and his wife drinking wine in a public park, etc., and think that he must just be a washed up loser who broke the law and didn’t want to face up to his mistakes. I honestly doubt this narrative as much as I’ve ever doubted anything, and I think it quite possible that this “goofy actor” we’ve all loved might in fact be one of the few brave souls to have come out of the Hollywood machine in the past decades and actually spoken some diabolical Truth about the movie industry, even when he knew it would only make him appear crazier than any role he played on screen.

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Hang in there Randy. Not everyone thinks the things you have been saying are crazy…

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Apparently today is international “Star Wars Day”…

The above items are all that remains of my once embarrassingly large collection of Star Wars memorabilia. Like many other “X-ers” whose elementary years took place in the 80’s, I was captured by the SW bug.

Then after being too cool for it in Junior High and High School, the nostalgic flame was rekindled within me in my college days when wandering through a kitschy shop I came a came across a life-size cardboard cutout of Boba Fett that I absolutely had to have. Before the remakes had come out, it still felt like a somewhat “retro” little thing, and I began to find myself slipping in VHS tapes of the trilogy in order to help me fall asleep at night, the hum of lightsabers and artoo’s beeps providing a surprisingly effective white noise of nostalgic soundscape.

But soon my fondness for stiff-appendaged action figures and wookie growls started to wane, as George Lucas began releasing his “re-mastered” versions of the first three films. Brighter explosions and deleted scenes with CGI Jabba weren’t all that impressive from my perspective, but they still could not have prepared me for the wake-up moment right around the corner known as “Episode I”…

Instead of experiencing anything remotely similar to the suped up 70’s space flashback I had been hoping for, I sat in my seat at the Cinerama feeling like I was watching something made for six-year-olds, which of course, I was. The “epic backstory” everyone awaited turned out to be nothing more than redesigned Stormtrooper outfits, and some bizarre bits about midi-chlorians and a virgin birth of the “prophesied one”.

The nostalgia was dead, and it didn’t matter how many new colors or combinations the lightsabers kept coming out in. The gritty, realistic feel of shooting on real film, with miniature models and intricate puppets was replaced with overly-saturated hues of green-screen backdrops and CGI characters that left you shaking your head at how Ewan McGregor had to overact so badly while talking to thin air on the set.

But anyhow, that’s not the point. The magnificent let-down of the prequels was in fact a blessing in disguise for me, because it served to finally cut the Lucasfilm cord in my dorky fan-boy heart, and enabled me to finally be able to step back and eventually comprehend how the whole ridiculous franchise was about so much more than just the most massive toy/cross-promotion scam in entertainment history. What Star Wars effectively did make the precepts of occultism and gnostic wizardry cool, and embedded them in a pop-culture language that could be absorbed by the masses…

This is hardly news to some people, but for many others is still something I don’t think is very well comprehended. To get into all the embedded symbolism and Luciferian allegory would be far beyond the scope of this post, but there are scores of researchers who have dedicated themselves to exploring these topics in great depth out there, so it’s certainly not a difficult thing to look into for oneself.

Lots of great symbolism to be found, and of course now with the new movies about to start coming out, speculations about what kinds of new subliminal content and memes could be coming next. For me, I think probably one of the most basic and fundamental elements which pertains to gnostic eschatology and the whole “New World Order vs. Truthers” paradigm, is the concept of the “dark anti-Christ” figure/empire being defeated by the “Light” hero/rebels. In the first video above you even see them equating the Sith Lords and the Empire with guys like George Dubbya and the NWO. I personally believe this is the exact intention.

“Only Sith Lords deal in absolutes”… Younger Obi-Wan says this to Anakin just before their duel over a river of lava in Episode III, and it serves as about as perfect a summation of the New Age gnostic belief system being propagated in these movies as you could find. The net takeaway? If you believe in “moral absolutes”, you are actually following the “dark side”, the side of religious intolerance and Imperialistic war-mongering oppressors like the Bushes and Rockefellers and Clintons etc. Unless you have a more “evolved” consciousness, then you are a slave to the “Sith lords”.

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This type of dark/light conflation is at the heart of the Great Deception which will compel the world to embrace the “Man of Lawlessness”, as a perceived liberator, rather than some dictator. I too find it quite amazing that the name of the next Star Wars film is “The Force Awakens”, since a “grand awakening” or a “consciousness shift” is in fact the very thing that so many people who have bought into this whole Zeitgeistesque, New Age, Gnostic “truth movement” are constantly claiming is what the world needs to experience in order to throw off the shackles of the “evil empire”, the New World Order. They long for the day when there will be a mass awakening into some kind of “new humanity”, but in reality it will be the very opposite of what they are hoping for…

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As In the Days of Noah…

This is epic. I don’t know when Gonz finds the time to even sleep anymore…

THX: Sounds of Saturn…?

Screams coming from beyond “Saturn’s Gate”?  That was the thought which occurred to me as I was watching the video below…

The more I have watched videos from RSE, seeing him point out these same themes which show up in tv, movies, commercials etc., over and over and over again, the more I really do find myself starting to grasp this whole seemingly bizarre concept of Saturn-centric Luciferian eschatology. In the film Interstellar which I reviewed recently, it too contains the same connections between Saturn and a portal/wormhole. Not only is the first wormhole placed right next to Saturn, even the black hole on the other side of the galaxy, “Gargantua”, itself had a Saturn-shape to it, once again reflecting the same sorts of things that RSE is always talking about with Saturn being viewed by the Luciferians as both the mechanism of their own escape/rapture, and the gate through which the Fallen Ones will return to earth. It’s a two-way thing. I admit it has taken me a while to get to the point where I feel like I’m understanding how all these various symbologies work together and indeed all point to the same basic thing, the Luciferian “hope”, their version of Revelation, their anticipated “Resurrection”…

The oculus. The aperture. The gate. The cube. The eye. Again and again he shows these things working in conjunction with each other almost like symbolic talismans.

Something I found really interesting that he brings up in the video is some speculation regarding the possibility of “THX” being a way a different way of representing the “XIIX”, which is itself an alpha-numerical symbol for the “Saturn Gate” thing once again. Instantly I began to think of the movie itself “THX 1138”, which was a Coppola-funded remake of a student project Lucas did while in film school. My thoughts quickly recalled the scene at the end of the movie, where Robert Duvall’s character (his name being the number “THX 1138”) finally escapes from a drug-controlled, sexually-repressed dystopia controlled by robot policeman and an oppressive computerized messianic big-brother figure…

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It is definitely a rather bizarre coincidence, to think about “THX” being another rendering of XIIX, some kind of code for this idea of “escaping out” through some kind of portal/tunnel/oculus, and then remember that this is precisely how “THX” escapes the oppressiveness of a “dictatorial god” by climbing up through a shaft, a “portal”, into the sunshine. How perfectly Gnostic and Luciferian a depiction for sure.

But then, Lucas’s obsession with the letters THX continues on, findinggraffiti%20coupe%20111 it’s way onto the license plate of the yellow roadster in Lucas’s “American Graffiti”, and then finally of course as the name of the Lucasfilm branch-off company which was developed to assure sound quality during the making of Return of the Jedi.

Star Wars is itself a whole other subject in and of itself with what I believe is a whole host of Luciferian eschatological concepts, memes (a virgin-birthed “sorcerer” Jedi, whose bloodline contains a unique ability to connect with the “universal force”, but then because a type of temporary “false-antichrist” who then turns on the “evil Emperor” in order to finally return the galaxy back to a “golden age”…) but that’s probably best kept for another time!

Overall, I guess what I’m saying is that the more I listen to these things being pointed out, the more I find it making so much sense that behind all this symbolism of Saturn, the “cube”, the “Dark Star”, is BOTH this whole portal idea, a “shaft of light” going up and out, the “rapture for the Illumined” if you will, AND the concept of the pit, the Abyss, the box, the cube, the prison that they want to break open in order to unleash the Beings on the other side.

I find it pretty astonishing, overall, to think that not only does “Luciferian eschatology” very much exist, but in fact we’ve all been watching it, reading it, learning it, for most of our lives now, without even realizing it…
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It’s Us…”: The Esoteric Messages of Interstellar…

adamtouchingadaminterstellar A large amount of retrospection has already been given to the many memes and concepts present within the movie “Interstellar”, one of the best I’ve read being the one done over on Jay’s Analysis, so I’m not sure just how much fresh insight I might have to add to the conversation, but then again, I believe that much like “2001: A Space Odyssey” which has already been compared/contrasted a great against Interstellar (and deservedly so I would say), this movie is one that will be dissected and pondered for many years to come. Insert prerequisite spoiler alert here. (but honestly, if you haven’t seen Interstellar by now, I’m guessing you probably weren’t planning to…) Rather than going down all the “wormholes” of discussing the many specific scientific questions touched upon in the film, such as relativity, interdimensional travel, quantum theory, transcending space/time, artificial intelligence, etc. (all of which are super fun, but probably already covered elsewhere far better than I can here) I simply wanted to step back and see if I could distill a fairly simplistic concept which I honestly felt was a rather new one, or at least one articulated in a new or more blatant fashion. One of the best reviews/”decryptions” of this film I’ve yet read is from Jay’s Analysis, where he asserts that the main point of the film is that defeating death and transcending the material world will ultimately be accomplished by way of man working symbiotically with A.I. He says:

The end of the universe and entrance to the Tesseract appears to have a lattice structure which TARS explains was “created” by “them” to give a fixed point in space and time to reveal these truths. In other words, the matrix-like structure of the universe is meant to be transcended (so the film’s worldview is saying) through an evolved, emergent deus ex machina. Readers may disagree, but I believe this is the best analysis of the worldview presented, as the film consistently upholds the Darwinian perspective. On this view, it is only natural to expect the means by which man might transcend his final frontiers is artificial intelligence and transhumanism.

Now, I find these observations fascinating, and I’m quite inclined to agree with him, but for me, what was most significant about the film’s message as a whole, regardless of whatever combination of specific technologies/theories are portrayed as making this possible, was in the simple fact that they actually reveal who “They” are! This was a drastic difference in my view, from say, the premise of “2001: A Space Odyssey”, whereTARS & CASE the infamous “obelisk” (which many have astutely pointed out is alluded to in Interstellar by the shapes of the A.I. robots…) is found by humanity, but the builders of the Obelisk remain a mystery. We never learn exactly who “They” are. Some advanced alien race, we are left to assume. Similarly, the movie “Contact” (which also starred Mathew McConaughey, interestingly enough) ended with the scientist (Jodie Foster) traveling through space through a network of wormholes, (which “They” built), but again, we never see “Them”, or learn much about them, beyond that they are looking out for humanity and trying to give their little brothers in the universe a helping hand in catching up with them… Interstellar I thought was quite unique in that it starts out by incorporating several instances of what would typically be categorized as “paranormal activity”, and then weaves the storyline along until we learn that Cooper (the Dad) is the one causing these phenomena, in his attempts to communicate with his daughter from his own vantage point in the “fifth dimensional matrix” after falling into the black hole. So essentially, what you wind up with at the end is a form of scientifically-garbed Necromancy…(!) Under the premise that gravity itself is a force which transcends all the dimensions, the idea is that what might be perceived as “ghosts” or “spirits” from our own 3-dimensional plane, are simply just “intelligences” existing within a higher dimensional framework. Okay, nothing really new there. But when added to the expanded concepts of relativity, and the inherent assumptions of the Evolutionist’s underlying philosophical belief in “progress”, all the pieces are put into place towards which a new lens for interpreting who “They” could be, is provided. 12085859_f520“They” are “Us”. This is portrayed in many ways, on many levels, throughout the film, but one of the most central is shown by way of a “being” that Dr. Brand (Anne Hathaway) sees as the crew first flies through the wormhole on their way across the universe. Time and space are bending/whirling, and everyone is having their little “acid trip moment”, and in the middle of this Dr. Brand turns her head and sees a strange “hand” reaching out towards here, a person-shaped “ripple” in the fabric of space/time. She reaches out and touches it, saying “first contact” (or something like that) just before they pop out on the other side of the wormhole. Of course, later in the movie we see that this “being” is really Cooper, on his way back through the wormhole, after falling into the black hole “Gargantua” and have his whole interdimensional poltergeist “conversation” with his daughter in the bookshelf tesseract “place”. The “transcendended” Cooper was the “ghost”. This whole sequence, I believe, really encapsulates so much of what could be referred to as “speculative Luciferianism”. Occultism essentially is a belief system which opens itself to the idea of interacting with beings of a higher dimensional existence with the hopes of that interaction being that which gives us the keys to “unlock” our next stage of development, or conquer whatever existential problems we are facing, or whatever. As in the film, embracing the “paranormal” and the intelligences trying to communicate from the “other side” is viewed as ultimately profitable, and something not to be feared, for in the end, the only “beings” out there who might communicate us are really just some more highly-evolved versions of our own selves. In this type of cosmology, concepts like “angels” and “demons” are antiquated and silly, because it is believed that of course human beings are both good and bad, (as represented by characters like Dr. Mann in the film) and so naturally, there are going to be “bumps along the way” in the broader progression of human evolution. Sure, there might be “scary” moments or “confrontational” individuals, but hey, that’s just human history unfolding. One of the messages of the film is that by pressing onward, and being willing to personally cross over the “event horizon”, we will eventually learn the secrets behind all these “weird” anomalies, we will “solve gravity”, transcend 3-dimensional space/time, and even defeat death, with a great cry of “Eureka”! In essence, we will become “gods”, and this quite possibly with the help of our own god-like selves from the future, or advanced A.I.’s who have somehow “uploaded” into the ether of the universe itself, digital “spirits” who can navigate through higher dimensions the same way people can, and all whom have most likely figured out ways of communicating through time/space by manipulating things like gravity…(!) Interstellar-02-GQ-30Oct14_pr_b_1083x658 So…. Who (according to this Gnostic storyline) are “They”? “They” are US! We are the angels. We are the demons. We are the “aliens”. We are gods. We, as both a species and as individuals, don’t just survive, but we evolve, destined for an existence that goes beyond “this little patch of dirt we call Earth”… This is just, fascinating. A very robust cohesion of ancient Gnostic/occult philosophy, and 21st-century scientism and Evolutionary theory. It really is all a part of the same big Lie, which goes all the way back to the serpent in the Garden.

“You will not certainly die, your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God”… (from Genesis 3:4,5)

Who’s the Catcher, Who’s the Fox….

dupontilluminatieyeSometimes my wife absolutely hates watching movies with me. This is not her fault, of course, and I have been making a conscious effort over the last couple of years to curtail my internal reactions to things on the screen which to me seem like a perfectly good rabbit trail on which to go off on some rant about the “deep state” or “black ops” or whatever else. Fellas, your lady doesn’t want to spend date night listening to you talk about the New World Order. Somehow, this does not seem relevant her desire to cultivate intimacy with you.

And so, this is why when watching “Foxcatcher” last night, which largely takes place on the estate of John E. Dupont, I think I managed to only make onelittle comment about the Duponts being a major Illuminati-bloodline family. There was a scene where Steve Carrell (who plays John Dupont) is standing on the property telling his new wrestling recruit about the grounds, how certain battles of the Revolutionary War were fought right across the field, and there is this shot where they are standing there looking across this picturesque New England landscape, standing beside an Egyptian obelisk. A veritable mini-Washington monument, in all it’s American-blue-blood, phallic glory. It was just too perfect of a picture not to point it out… 🙂

The film itself was admittedly quite well made. The acting was unarguably top notch, Carrell putting in a performance which really demonstrated how committed to a role he can be, exuding a subtle creepiness in a character that truly did not feel like it was rehashing anything I’d ever seen before in a villain. The entire film maintains a very eerie, brooding tone, from start to finish, with a character-driven realism that is indeed rare in movie-making these days. Mark Ruffalo gave an equally stellar performance as Dave Schultz, creating a perfect contrast to Carrell’s portrayal of Dupont. You can’t help but start to like the character of big brother Dave from the start. Mentor, father-figure, training partner to Mark, family man with his priorities in order, a down-to-Earth guy who’s ego doesn’t ever get the best of him. The longer the movie goes on, the more you feel yourself dreading the eventual conclusion. Dupont, on the other hand, isn’t terribly likeable from the get-go, and as things progress his character only becomes more pathetic and tragic.

The widow of Dave Schultz has gone on record saying that the movie is incredibly accurate in it’s depiction of the events, and I don’t doubt that in most ways it is, from a certain perspective. Apparently younger brother Mark has expressed strong objections to being portrayed as having had illicit relations with Dupont, as is inferred in the movie with things like a scene of the rich benefactor knocking on his window in the middle of the night, and calling him to the mansion for a one-on-one “wrestling workout” under the watchful eyes of old Dupont family portraits. It’s hard to say exactly what the nature of that relationship was, but it seems reasonable to leave such dynamics as being quite open to possibility. Even if it was true, I can appreciate why the real Mark Schultz wouldn’t relish the idea of having such a thing recreated in cinematic form. They movie actually does a remarkable job of subtly portraying the inner pain and guilt that Mark increasingly carries, even though he never really uses words to tell anyone, even his brother Dave. However true-to-life that aspect of the film was, it was definitely a very emotionally moving arc to travel alongside of, and seeing the way that Dave never stopped loving and supporting his brother through it all, even though you’re never quite sure how much of Dupont’s unhealthy control over Mark he’s able to piece together. Perhaps if he had, he wouldn’t have stayed on at Foxcatcher Farms as a wrestling coach even after Mark had to leave…

On the other hand… Every time I watch anything anymore, I am constantly asking myself “What are the underlying narratives going on here? What lies behind the more obvious story, and connects to something deeper?”

Well, if the testimony of Jay Parker is in fact true, there is indeed a whole lot more to the story.

The film portrays John Dupont as an aging silver-spooned narcissist who turns to the sport of wrestling as a means of trying to free himself from his personal dynastic demons, using his financial sway to create a fictional, self-deluded identity as a “mentor” and “leader of men” to young, physical athletes. That much is almost certainly not made-up, but in the video below, starting at about the 22:30 mark, Jay explains that as a member of an Illuminati family himself, his mother was actually recruited as a mind-control programmer to construct a certain manner of Monarch programming on John Dupont, one of her students, in order to eventually trigger him into committing an act that would land him in a psychiatric hospital, and give them access to the massive family inheritance that was his.


The whole interview is actually pretty interesting, if you want to listen to the whole thing where he talks about everything from eugenics to satanic ritual abuse, then I’d say it’s pretty interesting, and quite relevant, but the part specifically dealing with John Dupont is about ten minutes, from about 22:30 to 32:00.

If this is true, then a film such a Foxcatcher immediately starts to take on a radically different tone. As Jay says in the interview, “those who are raised being exposed to pedophilia and human sacrifice, are quite likely to grow up being pedophiles and human-sacrificers themselves”… Of course, the claims of a person like Parker are not iron-clad proof, and we should not treat it as such, but I do whole-heartedly believe that they should not be laughed-off either.

The more you listen to testimonies such as his, the more you will slowly hear a continuity to the kinds of things he is describing, a cohesion to these kinds of accounts alleging that there are indeed rich, powerful families who practice generational Satanism on a scale that most ordinary citizens could scarcely imagine. When you start to really grasp just how massive in scope it is, and how deeply entrenched families like the Duponts are within the military-industrial complex and “Dynastic American Luciferianism”, then you can start to see how a figure like John E. Dupont could really have been a “scared little fox” himself, running through the woods from a “hunting party” the likes of which the film itself doesn’t even begin to so hint about. Perhaps that was the real point.

The Truth is stranger than Radio…. (project in the works…)

truthradioOk, so I’ve been kicking around the idea of doing some kind of podcast / radio project / “radio” sort of thang / for quite some time now, but still haven’t quite got there, although I am constantly playing around with sounds/music for “intros”, as that seems to be fun to do just for it’s own sake, and so perhaps that is even half my motive for wanting to do such a thing in the first place.  🙂  But anyhow, I’m still in the “brainstorming” phase really, (I suppose I more or less live in the that phase, but no matter…) and really I don’t know exactly where it might go, but all I think I do know at this point is that I’d want it to be something different, something very free and open in it’s format, and honestly I don’t think I’m looking to do another “let’s sit and interview this author/speaker/person” show, not because I don’t like those types of podcasts, because I love em, it’s just that I don’t necessarily think that’s either my “strength” or my cup o’ tea necessarily…

I think I’m more envisioning something more compilation-oriented, in the vein of say, NPR radio-shows such as “This American Life”, or “Radiolab”, if you’re familiar with those. Just more like little collections of “sound vignettes” and more like just random recorded conversations with people, about, well, all the fun/weird/crazy/prophetic stuff that typically finds it’s way onto the blog here, only I think I’d actually be hoping to collaborate with a lot of my fellow YOUs out there, in a project like this, my friends (and just anybody really) out there in the ‘sphere who might want to talk about, well, anything… How’s that sound? I’d love to just get recordings of stuff like, people’s testimonies, views on what’s going on in the world, governments, pop culture, music, art, the Bible, “spirituality”, conspiracies, NWO, movies, books, and of course, TRUTH!

I already have several of you specifically in mind, so be prepared to start getting some emails peeps, and please, do take the time to let me know what kinds of things YOU’D be interested in talking about, listening to, and just seeing tried overall. It’s not intended to be the most amazing thing you’ve ever heard in terms of “production value” or anything, nor is it hoped to be something that would garner some massive audience. It’s just, like this blog, another small outlet, a way of hopefully being able connect in a slightly “deeper” way with lots of other people out there, collaborate, get creative, and actually be able to hear the tones in each other’s voices…. Here’s one of the “intros” I’ve come up with:

Portals and Prisons…

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This morning, I loaded up my mp3 player with some fresh content as I prepared to launch into my routine of making breakfast, washing dishes, and getting things moving along in the daily routine, as I usually do. (don’t have a dishwasher, so doing dishes by hand almost inevitably involves listening to one of my regular podcasts while I scrub away) Today, it happened to be Derek Gilbert’s latest interview from “A View from the Bunker”, as he spoke with author Dr. Michael Lake about his new book ‘The Shinar Directive’. Fabulous stuff. In many ways, it really reminded me of just how much information and understanding was all simultaneously assaulting my previous understanding of the Bible and the cosmos it describes, almost five years ago.

As phenomenal an idea as the “Genesis 6 paradigm” (the belief that fallen angels or “Watchers” mated with human women and had hybrid offspring) is to most church-reared folks, it is really just the launching point into an entire spectrum of ideas and events which shake most of our preconceived assumptions about the universe we live in, as is well explained in the aforementioned interview, which starts off with a great discussion of the person of Nimrod, a central part of Dr. Lake’s book.

Nimrod, as Dr. Lake explains, actually achieved something even beyond what the Watchers themselves were able to accomplish, that is, he “became a Gibborim”, a “mighty man before the Lord” (Genesis 10:8). Many scholars have limited this verse to simply meaning that he was a great warrior, hunter, king, but in fact, a deeper look reveals that what this is saying that Nimrod actually found a way to actually become a “nephilim”, through some manner of dark occult practice which the scripture (understandably!) does not expound upon, and became the figure who to this day stands as the epitome of what they hope and strive to become themselves, and what they hope to actually succeed in building as the coup de grace against God and His angelic army. Essentially, it could be regarded as the Tower of Babel 2.0, a gate to the heavens which Satan and his minions believe will give them the chance they’ve been waiting for to storm His presence and dethrone Him once and for all. I certainly never heard about those kinds of things in Sunday School…
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Recently I saw the film “Snowpiercer“, which honestly I must say has to instantly rank right up at the top of the list of movies containing multiple layers of gnostic symbolism and interpretations. Seriously, I’d say it rivals the Matrix trilogy in terms of how much embedded ideas could be found within this screenplay, and as a result I’m still in the process of unpacking it all, but there is plenty that jumps out from onset, indeed just from the premise alone. Like all good examples of gnostic/NWO/fight-the-system movies, it works from several angles, the first being the more obvious allegory of humans fighting against an oppressive totalitarian system run by other humans. But, for those who have begun to understand what the underlying belief system of Gnosticism is truly all about, by the end of the film, we can start to recognize the similar themes being presented in terms of it working as a metaphor for “oppressed beings” seeking to find a way out of the prison they are in, built by a deluded and maniacal “Creator” who is always portrayed as having no inherent sense of morality in the end. The “tyrant god”, who must ultimately be outwitted and out-maneuvered in order to achieve true, lasting freedom…

snowpiercerfishtankIt is always about “escaping the Matrix”, escaping the “Cube”, the prison, the maze, the oppressive system. The genius of this gnostic “plot device” is that it appeals to what is often times a genuine reaction against real human examples of sin and misuse of authority, when in actuality we are being sucked into cheering for the cause of snowpiercerrevoltthe fallen angels who feel that God has callously and ruthlessly judged them for rebelling against Him, convincing themselves that they are in fact the benevolent ones, the true saviors of humanity, the “rebels” against an evil galactic empire…

The scene at the end of the film, where the freedom-fighters reach the “Engine” is perhaps the most revealing, in terms of just blatant visual cues. The room housing the “eternal engine” resembles a typical Hollywood portrayal of a “Stargate” if anything does, yet, in an interesting plot twist, the ultimate way of escape lies in blowing open the “gate” to the frozen outside world, rather than stepping into the role of becoming the conductor oneself. Like I said, there is a LOT that could be unpacked from this movie, but in the end we can at least say that it serves as yet another example of these same gnostic themes showing up with increasingly regularity in the latest Hollywood releases, alongside films like Noah, Transcendence, Maze Runner, Hunger Games, X-Men, Lucy, The Purge, and on and on and on…

It’s sort of funny, actually. One of the first things I came across when I encountered this realm of what some might call “fringe Christianity”, was this guy on youtube talking about “Nephilim Stargates“, and at the time I thought, “Wow, what a NUT!” 519hrrGgZeL__SY344_BO1,204,203,200_

But, alas, several years later, I count myself among those who now look at the Bible as the Word of God, and very much do see it describing things like interdimensional portals, and genetic manipulation, and a “Shinar Directive” which very much does link those in occult societies today to the person of Nimrod thousands of years ago. The objective is really quite unchanged, and even being loudly proclaimed all around us, if only we stop and take notice…

The Z Factor…

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So I seem to be having zombies on the brain lately. Maybe it’s cuz of the recent Canary Cry zombie episode, or maybe because my wife and I watched the 2009 flick “Zombieland” the other day when there wasn’t anything else on tv…  Zombie movies/shows really aren’tguns our thing, but the fact that Woody Harrelson was in it made it moderately entertaining, so, there it was, the rare moment we engage in anything zombie-themed, yet it did make me stop and think a little more about this whole pop cultural phenomenon which surprisingly has shown little sign of slowing down, and what it all might really mean…

Do I think the prospect of a true, literal “zombie apocalypse” is super likely? No. Not really. I mean, sure, stranger things have happened, and stranger yet are probably yet to happen, but still, I honestly don’t see the full-on “Dawn of the Dead” scenario taking full global effect as in the movie “World War Z” (which, ok, I confess I saw that one too…) So what is the zombie meme really all about then? Is it jzombie_apocalypse_motorcycle_3ust some kind of media reflection of a darker side to our collective psyche, some kind of statement about our suppressed inner desires to unload copious amounts of buckshot into bipedal creatures with no moral repercussions? Is it just about senseless violence and an immature fascination with gore? Does it somehow tie into perpetrating the whole theme of “pandemic” which is fleshing itself out in the contZombie-Bikeext of Ebola right now…? Perhaps…

One thing that really struck me as I reflected on the undercurrent of thought that is prevalent in virtually every zombie piece, is just the basic concept of how “zombification” basically takes people, human beings who were once sacred and valuable creatures, imbued with inherent rights and moral realities, and reduces them to essentially being quasi-human garbage, rendering them essentially useless for anything other than filling a screen-play with a hundred different creative ways of dispatching them.

Now, the question of whether zombies are a “real thing” is certainly an interesting conversation, and I’m not dismissing it, I’m simply finding myself at the point where I can’t help but also wonder, “What if the ‘zombie concept’ is just more of a Hollywood portrayal of a frighteningly real lego-zombie-apocalypsemanner in which certain people actually view the world right now…?” What I mean is, we watch these films and shows, and everyone assumes that the “non-zombies” are just representing us, the regular people who haven’t yet been bitten and contracted the “zombie virus”. The assumption always inherent in the perspective of the protagonists in the zombie apocalypse genre, is that it’s come down to a question of outright survival, and surviving is going to mean having to stomach some rather unpleasant sights, sounds and actions. In order for your own brains to not wind up on the dinner plate, you’re going to have to get over your sentimental attachments and pull that trigger when a drooling Aunt Beatrice comes trying to break down your door. If there is one thing that is virtually ubiquitous in all zombie fare, it is the notion that there is no saving these “people”, if in fact you could even call them that anymore. They are indeed now less than people, and more like a horde of roaches that has infested a building, with no remedy other than to 1e4a83cterminate every last one of them with extreme prejudice.

Ok. I realize I’m stating the obvious here, but just wait. But the thing I don’t hear anyone asking about yet is this:

What if “zombies” are really just a metaphor for the way we are already regarded by the “elites” right now, as we speak…?

What if the “meme” exists, more than we realize, only without the need for viruses and pandemics, no brain feasting, nor any of the Hollywood make-up showing rotting flesh and moaning undead… What if it’s just a metaphor for the “solution” to be eventually carried out on us? What if we are the “zombies”, in the eyes of certain individuals who sincerely believe they have transcended our mindless existence, and thus the non-stop fascination with the zombie theme is really just a twisted way of getting us to accept this on a subliminal level?zombie_00272224

To be honest, I almost find this idea more terrifying than the conventional prospect of a “zombie apocalypse”, yet I must say I also find it much more realistic. How many times, and in how many ways now, have we seen one new meme after another sweep through the media, through entertainment and “news”, and work to somehow convince us all to accept things and ideas which ultimately serve to make us agree to our own societal imprisonment, accept the surveillance of our own citizenry, embrace the poisoning of our food and water, and eventually, zombie_apocalypse_demotivatorultimately, acquiesce to the perceived need to cull a large percentage of “undesirables” from our midst.

I have to say, ever since I started pondering this whole idea, every time I see anything zombie-related, I just think eugenics, and it gives me the creeps. People today look back at Auschwitz and Buchenwald and shudder at the horror of how millions of people were systematically eradicated, without remorse, and yet we turn around and watch countless movies and tv shows portraying the same thing going on, (only usually on a global scale), and it’s accepted as being simultaneously logical, and entertaining!

The lies of occult-based Nazi Aryanism once convinced the Germans that the Jews were “sub-human”, the scourge that needed to be cleansed from the earth.  Perhaps today we should be cognizant of whatever new means of defining a classification of “sub-humans” might arise, or already be arising, as well.

Meme-scream: “AS ABOVE SO BELOW”…

Yesterday I saw this little ad for the University of Notre Dame, and was quite taken aback. The whole thing is comprised of reflecting-pool “as above / so below” imagery, and I found the accompanying narration rather interesting as well.


The Mind
It processes every image, every voice, every word on the page
Yearning to understand, inspired by faith, it paints a picture of the world
When given the chance to examine things from a different perspective,
To turn conventional thought upside-down
the Mind, soars…

Notre Dame is of course a Catholic university, named after the virgin Mary, or (as I just learned)  the “Lady of the Lake”, in French, “Notre Dame du Lac”.  Perhaps that was part of the inspiration for all the water/lake imagery in the commercial, though I am fascinated to learn that Catholicism apparently has some belief in the “lady of the lake”, since we all recognize that character as the one who “held aloft Excalibur from the bosom of the water” (Monty Python and the Holy Grail reference there…) in the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and, interestingly enough, the entire King Arthur legend features very highly for some reason in the minds of occultists/Masons, etc, apparently containing a great deal of esoteric symbolism/metaphor that I believe much of it still has yet to be explored by outsiders…

as_above_so_belowAnyhow, when I first started looking into things like the “Illuminati” and the New World Order etc. several years ago, the concept of “As Above / So Below” wasn’t exactly a secret, but you still pretty much had to be intentionally researching such things in order to come across it. I suppose that is why lately it has been so astonishing to me to see just how much this phrase and concept has been finding it’s way into mainstream media and consciousness. I suppose this really shouldn’t astonish me at all by now, since in reality the “Externalization of the Hierarchy” logically includes an “externalization” of occult concepts as well. Taking what was once considered “privileged information” for the initiated few and making it commonplace. Just recently, a horror movie came out under the very name “As Above So Below“, which is apparently set in the ancient underground tunnels of Paris, and not only features this occult phrase as it’s title, but also features a picture of the “inverted man” imagery even in the film’s preview, a symbol often connected to both Kabbalah and the infamous “protocols of Zion”.

As-Above-So-BelowAt first glance, I assumed the movie was probably just borrowing the phrase for a name, because it’s “catchy” and probably sounded cool for a movie about demons and monsters hunting people in the Parisian catacombs. But after reading some reviews, it’s quite clear that the movie does in fact promote occult concepts and ideals, as the main protagonists are archeologists searching for the fabled “Philosopher’s Stone” of alchemic lore. As one reviewer states: “In the catacombs is where the major scares happen as the unique enclosed spaces encompasses the user with a sense of dread and almost pity for the explorers. As they delve deeper into the catacombs and come across a ‘secret’ passage they delve even further, much deeper until the point of no return. It is here that the film really takes on a life of its own, adding a unique twist on the vision of hell we all know and love. The only way to escape for the adventurers is to simply push on, as they go further and further they eventually learn that the philosophers stone is not only their only means of survival, but the only way they can escape Hell.”

As-Above-So-Below-4picsFor the Biblically discerning, it can be understood that Alchemy and the “Philosopher’s Stone” are in fact both total occult pursuits at their core, the surface meaning of it being some medieval endeavor to turn base metals into gold serving as merely a metaphor or code-language for the true mission, to achieve immortality via sorcery.  This occult quest, and it’s connection to modern times, is laid out with incredible precision in the amazing documentary by Gonz Shimura titled “Age of Deceit 2: Alchemy and the Rise of the Beast Image” (available for free!), and I highly recommend it.

Anyways, it should come as no surprise that these things are ever-increasingly being injected into the subconscious (and now, the full on Jay-Z-Do-What-Thou-Wilt2conscious) minds of the masses, but it still rattles me when I see things like movies coming out with titles which essentially encapsulate the entire gospel according to Satan. What’s next, a movie called “Do what thou will is the whole of the Law”…?  (Oh wait, Jay-Z has already being wearing hoodies sporting that very saying for years now…)

But that is what is really at the heart of “as above / so below”, as a philosophy, as a mantra. Do what you please, because up is the new down, and down is the new up.  Right is wrong, wrong is right.  Heaven is hell, hell is heaven.  God is the devil, the devil is god.  It’s not just some cliché sounding axiom, but honestly it’s what so many people in the current generation are embracing and living their lives by.  It is the message of the serpent in the Garden.  “You won’t die, your eyes will be opened and you will really live…”  Death is life, life is death.  That makes sense, right?  After all, once your “perspective is reimagined” and “conventional thought is turned upside-down, the mind, soars”….