Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Thanks to XLDJ for sending me this great presentation. The sun, moon, eclipse, reptile forked tongue, eye symbolism is absolutely everywhere, as mentioned in this video, you will find it in the majority of corporate logos/ads. If you can somehow watch these 3 videos and think this is all by coincidence, please turn on your televisions, watch some "reality" show, and have fun basking in denial. For those of you who see the conscious intent behind this symbolism, but don't know where it's propagated from, I'll give you a hint: It starts with "Free" and ends with "Masonry." Also check out my related article Total Eclipse of the Mind.

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UFOs flying around earth

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Stairway to Sirius: The Oscars, the Sunrise and the Spiral Staircase

NOTE: Any newbies unfamiliar with all of this symbolism are recommended to head over to the Solar Seminar and read the Stairway to Sirius, Revisited. We'll still be here when you get back. For deep background on Oscar symbolism, start here or scroll down to Sunday's megalink post.

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The festivities opened with this interesting shot, giving us the blue and gold motif of the set and showing us stagelights vaguely reminiscent of an Udjat...

Then two motifs well familiar to Secret Sun readers- the sunrise and the winding staircase. A double staircase in fact, bringing us back to the exploration of the spiral staircase and the DNA double helix. And look, here comes the ubiquitous Doogie (Doggie?) Howser...

The two blazing stage lights motif appears again, familiar to us from Pink's performance at the Grammy's.

Then Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin descended from the heavens in what looks like the most extravagant gay wedding cake ornament ever...

...and performed their entire standup routines in front of the rising sun. That bubble motif is interesting, too. We'll get back to it in a bit.

There was also this interesting design, that reminded me of a bunch of interlocking eyes, but I'm not married to that interpretation.

The two lights again, and a beauty shot of the deep blue curtains, which could either suggest the ocean or the night sky. That's James Van Der Kirk introducing District 9.

And just as we saw with Pink...

...we also have the goddesses descending the Golden Stairway, in this case the spritely Carey Mulligan and zesty Zoe Saldana, giving us the requisite sugar and spice.

There was also this arch design, which was strongly reminiscent of the goddess Nut (or Nuit)...

...who represents the arch of the heavens, as you can see here.

Here's a full shot of the stage, giving you the winding staircase in glorious blue and gold.

That shot makes me wonder if those lower stairs are meant to be a waterfall...

...as we see here, again with the goddesses from the Golden Stairway.

Now let's say a quick word about the best pictures, because they fit into this symbolic narrative as well. The best documentary feature, The Cove, about activists fighting the slaughter of dolphins.

The producer? Fisher Stevens.

The The Hurt Locker, a story about the invasion of Babylon (literally "The Gate of the Gods"), now known as "Iraq." Reader Agonus reminds us that the Iraqi National Museum opened shortly after last year's Oscars/Ausurs/Anshars/Ahura Mazdas. This is the first film directed by a woman to win Best Director, in this case the winner is Ka-Hathor-Ein Bigelow.

UPDATE: Don't forget William Henry's work on the Babylon Stargate. Between CERN, all of the Stairway/Sirius symbolism and now this victory (for a film that only grossed $21 million) there seems to be an interesting narrative developing out there in this, the year we (are supposed to) make contact.

UPDATE: Since I've been on such a major William Gibson kick lately I found it interesting that Kathryn Bigelow also directed Strange Days, which was Lightstorm's cyberpunk move. I always thought Ralph Fiennes was badly miscast in this film, but by this point I'd given up on Cyberpunk translating to film. The best Cyberpunk adaptation IMO? 'Killswitch', the episode of The X-Files written by Gibson himself.

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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Using Occult Symbolism To Prepare Children For What Is Coming

Yu-Gi-Oh! is an international phenomenon that captivates millions of fans worldwide. Primarily aimed at children and teenagers, the card game and its related productions contain many occult symbols and references taken from secret societies. It has spawned into a franchise that includes television shows, trading card games, video games and movies. This worldwide phenomena has reached millions of fans across the world, but it is still widely unknown by “outsiders”. I came across Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie while randomly switching channels on a Saturday morning. I have to say that the entire production was of a rather mediocre quality (hence the movie’s horrible reviews). I’ve however noticed that it caters to actual adepts of the card game and not to “outsiders”, as many of the scenes simulate card duels using actual cards of the Yu-Gi-Oh! deck. So I did not understand much of the dialogue about spells and monsters during the movie, but I still found the plot and the symbolism of storyline quite startling. Further research into world of Yu-Gi-Oh! only confirmed my doubts: Yu-Gi-Oh! is permeated with secret society symbolism, notably of the Ordo Templi Orientis, an occult Brotherhood popularized by Aleister Crowley.

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Hawaii Earthquake 2010 a 4.4 Quake Shakes American Island

CNM News Network - Jesse Smith - ‎1 hour ago‎
Hawaii Earthquake a 4.4 Quake Shakes American Islands. Yesterday we reported on an earthquake in Turkey, and in the past couple of weeks we have reported on ...

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Chilean earthquake moved several cities

UPI.com - ‎27 minutes ago‎
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 9 (UPI) -- US-led scientists say the magnitude 8.8 earthquake that struck western Chile last month moved the entire city of Concepcion ...

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