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“We’re the Blood in your Machines”….

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After my having just wrote my recent iParody, wherein I jokingly referred to Apple CEO Time Cook as “worshipful master”, I almost fell out of my chair today when I heard Bono call Cook “zen master” during their awkward onstage presentation of the new U2 album “Songs of Innocence”, which was (oh so altruistically) “given away free” (or conversely, spammed to, without wanting it) half a billion iTunes subscribers yesterday, in what ultimately has to be one of the lamest corporate/celebrity stunts yet. (I suppose the similar release of the “U2 iPod” ten years ago would still be in the top ten…)

But ok. Since Bono & Co. apparently have absolutely no shame in their willingness to be used as props of propaganda by the iLITES, I can’t feel much shame either about jumping on the bandwagon and pointing out not only the overall hokeyness and tone of desperation such a move conveys, but also of course the deeper, spiritual messages embedded in all of it. Sure, Bono is being “playful” when he bows to Cook and calls him “Zen master”, and makes the comment about “we are the blood in your machines”, but the joking merely a way of glazing over the incredible degree to which all involved parties really believe such concepts to be true. That’s when these kinds of statements can be recognized to be quite prophetic, or creepy, or both.

U2’s monistic spiritual themes aren’t particularly hard to flesh out, but I suppose that’s part of why it’s so disconcerting when you think about the fact that they have long been one of those few, rare groups who have managed to pass themselves off to a good many Christian music fan as being vaguely in line with a Biblical message. In some ways they have been some of the most central icons for the “Emergent Church” generation, who have very much embraced the idea of being “relevant” through social action, enthusiastically embracing/trusting technology, and “inclusive” spirituality.

u2sunsymbol But is it just a message of run-of-the-mill, worldly relativism, or is there perhaps something more going on? What’s up with all the sun worship symbolism? This new microphone gimmick of Bono’s is quite interesting, to say the least. This new album is supposed to contain songs which by and large talk about significant moments from the band member’s pasts and childhoods, yet much of the lyrics (like most of their material) leaves plenty of room for many levels of interpretation. The song “This is where you can reach me” is supposed to inspired by the time the band saw the Clash play back in 1977, yet I was hard-pressed to find any lines in the song that really made any logical connection to that topic at all, but instead contains lines like:

We come from an ancient place
Beyond what we can see
We’ve come to colonise your night
And steal your poetry

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I dunno. I honestly can’t figure out if Bono/U2’s obsession with trying to associate themselves with 70’s punk bands like the Clash and the Ramones is really just them being nostalgic about their own rock ‘n roll idols as teenagers, or if there’s something more to it than just that. Maybe it’s just a way of trying to re-inject some edginess back into a band brand that is still trying to do all it can in it’s role as prophets for the New World Order. Bono doesn’t seem ready to retire his sunglasses just yet. (Perhaps he thinks he’s gonna need them for when the sun-god finally rises again…?) Either way, all I know for sure is that I don’t want their “blood” in my “machines”…

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Laurel Canyon: The serene Illuminist suburb which sprang forth the largest “counter-culture” psy-op in history…

Laurel_CanyonThis whole thing is has so many pieces, so many tangents, so many points which branch off, and then circle around to reconnect again, it’s just hard to even know where to begin. The other day, I came across the research of a guy named David McGowan, where he gets deep in the weeds of all the various bizarre and beyond-coincidental connections between this supposedly “organic” group of people/musicians who came together in the Laurel Canyon area of Los Angeles and suddenly proceeded to manifest into many of the most famous bands in the history of Rock ‘n Roll…

So, ok, “spoiler alert”, the basic preposition here is that the “hippie movement” wasn’t a spontaneous creation of the youth, but in fact a calculated move on behalf of the folks starting all fake wars and injecting occultism into

Weird_Scenes1SOCIALdsdsdsthe government/culture, in order to supplant what was originally a quite articulate, clean-cut and educated anti-war movement which began on college campuses, into a drugged-out, long-haired, free-loving mess, to be written-off by the majority of “average America” and woefully embraced by the rebellious youth.

In other words, the suit-wearing “stiffs” of the NWO actually created the music culture, the drug culture, and the “sexual revolution” that we all associate with the 1960’s today…

After all, if you are trying to create your masonic New World Order, you have to find some means by which to redirect the angst-filled scrutiny of the few young, educated people who might actually piece together the crimes you are committing in the name of “freedom and democracy”.

How fascinating it is to see McGowan trace out just how many of these famous artists were actually the children of people working deep within the military/intelligence community?

What are the odds that Jim Morrison’s father would actually be the Admiral in charge of the fleet which was claimed to have been attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin incident? (the false-flag event which prompted the U.S. to jump into full-fledged “police action in Vietnam…)

Frank Zappa’s daddy was a military intelligence insider, having classified involvement in secret chemical weapons programs before moving out to California.

Overall, the absolute complexity and irony of the characters involved in the stories of Laurel Canyon are hard to exaggerate. You got Charles Manson, you got Harry Houdini (tho supposedly he only owned a mansion there, but never lived in it…) You’ve got virtually every rock name you

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could think of to have come out of the 60’s spending time there at some point, from the Monkees to Alice Cooper to Jerry Garcia to the aforementioned Jim Morrison and the Doors. (the name of that band coming from Aldous Huxley’s book “Doors of Perception”…) You’ve got all these military bases and complexes, including the property which served as the U.S. military’s nuclear program film studio. You’ve got Frank Zappa’s “log cabin” house, as well as dozens of other properties, which are reported to have networks of interconnecting tunnels, and caves, and “grottos”..(!)

It’s just the stuff that could really only come out of the nexus of generational occult families living and working in black-op military programs, near bases and secret facilities with all the typical Monarch and MK Ultra mind-control stuff that was going on in that “first generation” of Project Paperclip’s “Mengele’s kids”…jim__s___lizard___poster_by_doorofperceptionqs-d4jwf7a

I’m still researching here, but am definitely blown away by the vast amount of evidence which points to the fact that the occultists working through intelligence and military channels for so many years, may in fact have been the ones responsible for creating the gospel of “sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll”. Perhaps all those preachers back in the day who ranted and raved about the dangers of the “devil’s music” weren’t all that far off after all….

I Gotta Say, “Mass Ritual” Makes A Lot of Sense…

We’ve all heard of this “ALS bucket challenge” by now, and now this concept of it being some kind of cloaked illuminati ritual is being increasingly suggested. But as I step back and reflect on just how very remarkable it is that so many different people are willingly participating in this, and taking part in this kind of “tag-you’re-it” social media phenomenon, doing something that admittedly DOES seem incredibly suggestive of the symbolism of baptism, I can’t dismiss the idea that this very well could be something deeper and darker than what it might appear to be on the surface.

I had never heard of this Anita Fuentes gal before, but I have to say I don’t hear anything in her presentation here that does resonate with the Spirit in my heart.

Who knows exactly how the specific details might be “on the mark”, but I think the overall idea is definitely something that at least bears some consideration. Like she says, it’s all about “followership”, submission to social pressure, a “viral” idea… People today unknowingly participate in rituals all the time nowadays, when they watch Superbowl half-time shows, opening ceremonies at the Olympics, in tv commercials, movies, etc., and so I think the notion that people could be unknowingly participating in some kind of ritualistic thing through a “viral challenge” shouldn’t really sound that far-fetched to us at all…

Total Saturation…

covers The above is an assortment of album covers all of which contain some type of illuminati eye/pyramid symbolism.  While a few of them date back to the 60’s – 90’s, the vast majority of them are found on albums released in the 2000’s and beyond (i.e., post 9-11…), a little factoid which I find quite interesting and rather telling.  I compiled this little montage after some conversations I’ve been having with a friend lately, talking about music (a passion we both share) and all the various occult elements and symbolism that can be found and just the whole broader topic of how the Enemy has influenced the music industry and used it for his agenda.  Always a fun topic.  Finding cd covers with artwork containing occult symbolism somewhere in them is of course incredibly easy to do nowadays, and I suppose that is the overall point.  In fact, the site where I discovered a lot of these ones on also included a ton of covers which simply feature a photograph of a single eye on them, as in maybe you could only see half the person’s face, or something like that.  Certainly there are quite obvious examples involving things like Lady Gaga or someone like that covering one eye, or the pictures we’ve all seen of entertainers doing the pyramid/finger thing around an eye, but does that mean every album cover featuring a single eye was doing it on purpose?  I wouldn’t think so, but anyhow, the more you stop and look into things, the more you start to realize just how heavily saturated not just the music industry is, but all of pop culture with all these layers upon layers of both overt and quite subliminal messaging and symbolism…

So shortly after the album cover search, another friend reposts some excellent videos from a blog called Round Saturn’s Eye, where wouldn’t you know it, he’s talking all about this kind of stuff.  And not just from the perspective of someone like myself who is learning about it all from the “outside”, but a guy who came to believe in the true Jesus after personally navigating the marshes of the occult and spiritualist realms himself.  The video below is one of the first one’s I watched:
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Now… About 2 1/2 minutes into the video, he starts talking about all this 9-11/”ixxi”/gate symbolism, which was something I really hadn’t heard much about before, and how the “xx” represents the gate to Hades in between the masonic pillars and so on… I’m going to have to lthexxook into the “ixxi” thing a little more, because the one thing that did ring a bell was the fact that I know there is actually a band called “The XX”….xxxx All this time, I figured the “XX” was just another attempt to come up with a cool-sounding alt-rock sort of name, and never would have imagined that something like that could potentially have any sort of esoteric meaning attributed to it. You don’t look at the band overall and see any of the common blatant Satanic stuff found in so many of the well-known examples like Madonna and whatnot. It really DOES make me start to wonder just how much of the time I’m having occult symbolism shoved in my face without even having a clue? It’s one thing to see pyramids and devils horns and the like and react to it, but that is really just the beginning. The vast majority of it fills our ears and fields of vision daily without us ever noticing. It’s everywhere. In everything…

Even recently, I was unpleasantly surprised by a discovery I made about a video game that my kids are now super into called Minecraft. In case you don’t know, it’s a game that involves being able to dig/mine materials from an interactive world in order to build virtually anything you could think of. You can build little houses and castles for yourself, and in this sense it is very much just like a huge virtual game of digital legos, and since my kids are legofanatics, how could they NOT like a game like that? Okay, but then you can also play the game to where you build your fortresses/kingdom during the day, and then at night, all these creatures come out and try to get ya. Zombies and wolves and “Creepers” who blow up, etc. K big wup, that’s video games. The thing that made me stop and go “WHA…?”, was when I saw that one of the night-monsters was this creature called “Enderman”, which is clearly in both name and appearance a slapdash spin-off of the now infamous out-of-control internet meme known as “Slenderman”, the fan-fiction based demon figure whose crowd-sourced fictional mythology led to two very real murder cases.ender-slender

I mean, really??  I can’t even try to buy a simple and comparatively “safe” game for my kids to play without them having this kind of junk being pushed into their consciousness?  (I know, I know, some of you are possibly going “Well that’s what you get for letting your kid’s play video games”…)  Anyways.  Even though my family is fairly “sheltered” compared to most folks in terms of imbibing the flows of pop culture, the amount that still reaches us is significant, because the degree to which our society has become so totally saturated with not just “worldliness” and sin and so forth, but with outright occult programming, is simply off the charts.  For ages, these kinds of symbols and concepts and rituals were closely guarded secrets of the initiated few, cloaking them in secrecy in order to keep the public at large completely unaware of their existence.  But now it’s being puked into psyches like a tidal wave of Luciferic indoctrination, and the question almost becomes one of wondering what content out there, what music, what tv show, what movie, even what physical product sitting on the store shelf,  ISN’T infused with some layer of demonic iconography, rather than what is…