Documenting from Scotland the rise of the One World King; the "masonic" Sun God.

Thursday, 30 August 2012

Shades of the future

Last night saw the Paralympics opening ceremony and, as noted yesterday, the theme revolved around an "intellectual revolution" between 1550 and 1720, with alleged would be time traveller, Professor Hawking, advising hermetically to "look to the stars" rather than one's feet, probably in respect of the ongoing "human revolution": the creation of a one-world society and eventual colonisation of space.

Umbrellas were uber-prominent, the link title at foot self explanatory in terms of the symbology employed - we are all in it together; not forgetting that "the umbrella was also considered a symbol in early religious beliefs to be connected with the Gods of fertility and harvest, death and rebirth. Nut, the mother goddess of ancient Egypt was sometimes compared to an umbrella, with her body arching over the whole of Earth" (here)


Images from Daily Mail - Picture special : Highlights of the spectacular Paralympics Opening Ceremony that brought us under the same umbrella

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Enlighten yourselves

Details are being reported on the 11 day long Paralympics opening ceremony, with the Mail on Line calling it The Greatest Show on Earth (part 2). The performance is called Enlightenment, and will feature athletes flying on golden wheelchairs, the ubiquitous Royal Family, Professor Hawking and Shakespeare's Tempest, the latter prominent in both the opening and closing Olympic ceremonies. Lord Coe notes that "It (the ceremony) focuses on that extraordinary period in European history and the great intellectual revolution that took place between 1550 and 1720. Everything from Newton making sense of gravity and motion to Napier with logarithms and Harvey with blood circulation. It’s really about ceilings, about human understanding, about limitations and the importance of knowledge. Within that period some quite profound things were being said about the rights of man. You can probably gather what it’s trying to say". 

Obviously I will be watching both the opening and closing events, keeping a close eye on William. I apologise for not having yet "typed" up the Olympic closing ceremony details as yet, I should have it done soon, although what jumped out was the 303 cubed pyramid construction whilst Kate Bush's, Running up that Hill (A Deal with God), played in the background. Note that Bush originally titled the song, A Deal with God, but her record company objected, and note the lyrics "and get him to swap our places".


wiki - Running up that Hill .

Also see acceleration1111, re the Mars, will i am, Scotland connections.

Monday, 27 August 2012

I hear Jerusalem...

9th September, 9/9, will see the conclusion of the London 2012 Festival, and apparently we are to be treated to a nationwide rendition of Coldplay's Viva la Vida at 14.00 BST, 13.00 GMT. Later that evening Coldplay will again star, in the closing ceremony of the London Paralympics.


BBC report.

here and here for interesting articles on occult symbolism of song lyrics/Coldplay in general.

Sunday, 26 August 2012

The balls still rolling

This week saw Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, released from hospital. He is still recuperating and will miss the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games on Wednesday, in London. (bbc)

The big story though, was of course naked Prince Harry fornicating with a posse of big breasted beauties in the gambling capital of the world - Las Vegas. The image at post-end is of Harry preparing to leave LA, note sign. Also note that given Murdoch's Sun has "illegally" printed the photos, this will cause ramifications in terms of future internet censorship, as they claim because they are available online, then they should be free to print them in their newspaper.

Meanwhile in Edinburgh today, the Paralympic flame was lit by a Rosie Smith, on the Mound in the shadow of the Castle; the one with the solitary ice-cream van, registration WMS 666 T. From there it will travel to the aptly named Stoke Mandeville, before combining with the other nation's flames.  (bbc)

From wiki,  616 "is believed by some to have been the original Number of the Beast in the Book of Revelation."

From wiki, 666 " is the sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel (1 through to 36)."


Wednesday, 15 August 2012

The balls rolling ?

Prince Philip taken to hospital again, the third time this year, three days after closing ceremony.

Location - Aberdeen: the Queen and Prince currently holidaying in Balmoral.


BBC News

Note - will get something up about closing ceremony over the weekend, note 303 cubed pyramid, pheonix, and George Michael closing with his new "white light" track. Not to mention the Life of Brian link via, Always look on the bright side of life and the appearance of Batman and Robin (Holmes is where the heart is)

Saturday, 11 August 2012

Devil in Sports Casual

As surmised in the last  post, my conclusion on the Olympic opening ceremony is that humanity is sleepwalking into a technological hell, whilst the "elite" chuckle at our collective stupidity. Manchester born singer, Morrissey, appears to share the sentiments, claiming fans have a "Nazi" mindset, that the Royals have hijacked the games for their own nefarious purpose, whilst urging the British public to "WAKE UP". (mail on line)

 Meantime, according to Olympic closing ceremony artistic director, Kim Gavin, it is promised that the finale will be the "best after show party of all time", focusing on fifty years of music whilst in the process creating a "mashed up symphony" which will take "people on a musical journey from Elgar to Waterloo Sunset in 30 tracks".(BBC news) 

What we also know from the mail on line is that Prince William will not be in the stands watching, as he has "to work". I will stick my head, including potential over-active-imagination, on the block here and suggest that William's "work" will be somehow related to the ceremony - a secret so to speak. Whilst in the opening ceremony his grandmother, HM Queen, had a starring role - appearing to parachute in from above with 007 James Bond - my suggestion is that Wills will appear from within the ground itself, perhaps rising under the tree on the flag infested replica Glastonbury Tor; after all it did levitate, and show it's roots, in the opening ceremony. From there, he will somehow be involved in the handover to Brazil, potentially in the company of a replica Christ the Redeemer statue. Again, the image in my mind is that of Baphomet and the hermetic "as above, so below" mantra.

From there, my forecast is imminent global financial meltdown,  forcing the countries of the world together in one big happy family; after all money is, unfortunately, our common bond. The symbolism of the as yet un-capped pyramid on the American dollar bill surely alludes to this, rather like the lights surrounding the London Olympic arena. Let's not forget too that Manchester United -  the Red Devils - floated on the NY stock exchange last week.

Tying in with these thoughts is extinct volcano, Arthur's Seat, in Edinburgh, illuminated each evening since Thursday past in an event called Speed of Light. When it erupted all those years ago it's plug, or capstone, landed about a mile away. It now forms the foundations for Edinburgh Castle, home of alleged "Stone of Destiny". As I have noted many times before, the game plan is to create a global United Kingdom, a golden age, a New World Order, and, as all alchemists know, one has to take everything back to base before rebuilding. Whilst, as all good magicians know, ritual is everything, thus see Stuart king and Bible promoter/reviser, James 6th and 1st.


Bearded William image from my Christmas 2008 post - One for the horn Baphomet !

Mad woman image - Annie Lennox

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Monkey Business - 3

Part one, here, part 2 here.

This is probably more of the the same, but I have tried to condense and conclude. It's difficult to take everything back to base, one has to remember that everything in the performance was there for a purpose, subliminal or otherwise.  My overall impression is of Danny Boyle sitting with four record decks and a mixer. The  four records are the monarchy and it's army, revolution, Glastonbury Tor, the old and the new. Like all good disc-jockeys he speeds up and  slows down tracks, whilst utilising the crossfader to weave them together for the ultimate groove. It's a tapestry.  It appears "we" were participants in a global televisual performance, yet somehow it felt to me like a chimpanzees' tea party - with us as  sleep-walking chimps ushering in a new zookeeper - that's "their" comedy gold.

We began with the Green and Pleasant section, although no mention was made by the commentators of  Glastonbury Tor, nor indeed the tree which sat upon it. Previous media reports have suggested that Danny Boyle was inspired by William Blake's, And did those feet in ancient time, poem, which was, in itself, the source of the hymn Jerusalem. The background to it all is that Jesus is alleged to have visited Glastonbury and is linked to the idea of a second coming (wiki). Blake's poem includes the line, "Bring me my chariot of fire", the inspiration for  the film and a reference to the Biblical 2 Kings 2:11. The tree reminds me of the thorn allegedly planted at Glastonbury by Joseph of Arimathea. The movie image below is of a tartan attired Ben Hur, going to hear Jesus preach.

Suddenly though we submerged, then rose, at a stone marked Isles of Wonder, the source of the river Thames. We flew downstream following a dragonfly. From wiki we note that the insect has "sinister" connotations to some and that it's nicknames include "devil's darning needle". We hear the Sex Pistols, God Save the Queen, as we enter London, but only the first line, Lydon's voice in stark contrast to the previous scenes. Then it's the Clash and their London Calling, the B side  of which was Armagideon Time, a song originally written by Willi Williams. London Calling was inspired by the BBC World Service wartime broadcasts. We return to the stadium to see balloons bursting on a countdown (2 sixes fail) and the hymn Jerusalem sung by a young boy.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel appears from a horse drawn coach advertising biscuits, pre-requisite for a tea party. Swing Low Sweet Chariot is sung by the choir, a song accredited to Wallis Willis who was, like William Blake, inspired by 2 Kings 2:11.  Brunel recites Caliban from the Tempest, whilst the tree rises and people climb out the hole and down the Tor, surely some sort of reference to our "roots". Drums are omnipresent through the affair, their hypnotic effect is well documented.

Suddenly it's pandemonium, the word itself sourced from Milton's Paradise Lost. Suffragettes appear as do the entrepreneurs of the time - it's  the Industrial Revolution, but somehow the immigrant carrying Windrush ship of Midsummer 1948 has transpired. Individuals in brightly coloured Beatle-like outfits arrive at this time too.  Giant chimneys have popped up and molten metal flows down a tadpole shape to be hammered into rings, which float into the sky. Pearly Kings and Queens appear - "the other Royal Family". The vote-desiring ladies, and money-mad men, join the Tor.

Suddenly we are in a seamstress or tailors room. Remember the dragonfly. A Happy and Glorious patch is being embroidered, then sewn, onto a red military uniform. We are at Buckingham Palace. A taxi bearing a subliminal double 11 badge arrives with 007 inside. He meets the Queen at precisely 8.30pm. Twin corgis perform, Bond and HM leave in a helicopter -  a flying chariot which flies over iconic London landmarks  including the twin-towered bridge. Suddenly it's trickery, the Queen appearing to parachute into the stadium, her stunt double a Gary Connery, reinforcing the Bond aspect.

The Queen is in her seat, just in front of Rowan Williams, archbishop and druid. Members of the military carry in the Union flag (Jack) and take it to the Tor. A sign-language choir, Kaos, sing God Save the Queen in their pyjamas as the banner is tediously hoisted. It's time for the children's literature and National Health Service section - and grizzly it is, I can hardly bear it. JK Rowling appears, as do hairy monkeys and a giant puppet Potter's Voldermort. It's all very dark. Nannies, not goats but Mary Poppins, save the day, the children end up happy in their beds which resemble prison bars, or even cattle pens. It's a nanny state.

Mr Bean next, along with a red and white rucksack and  pentagram embossed drink container and a straw at a thirty three degree angle. Allegedly it's "evil" because two points of the star are uppermost, rather than one (wiki - European Occultism). Bean, after looking at his 'phone, retrieves a tissue from the backpack whilst the London Philharmonic Orchestra play Chariots of Fire. Bean dreams that he is involved in the movie.

A new act has opened, the house, which has also inflated from below, like the towers and puppets. Michael Fish, the weatherman, warns of a  hurricane. It's a false alarm but there is definitely a change of tempo. It's now like Boyle is hitting the crossfader on a the mixer, the old being blended with the new. Old skool favourites are mashing into new ones. Anyone got any ecstacy. The dancers go wild, the majority colourful, although they are infused with black and white clad performers. A lost-phone love story is  acted out; overall the generations are coming together as one. The Sex Pistols', Pretty Vacant, inclusion speaks for itself, as does the inclusion of New Order's Blue Monday. Frankie goes to Hollywood tell us to relax as the house resembles a giant, perhaps all-seeing, eye whilst Annie Lennox wishes us sweet dreams. Trainspotting and Edinburgh's Princes Street  follow with the Prodigy's Firestarter, we conclude with a lot of kissing, since perhaps we are loved up. Kate 'n Wills and Planet of the Apes are imaged. 

Dizzee Rascal and grime music follow, Dizzee in red and white, notes he's bonkers believing he's free whilst dancers ascend the Tor. The double edged sword, Muse, play, they are telling us of the "conspiracy" whilst apparently embracing it as they urge revolution. Yeah, but revolution into what, a repackaged version of the same? Suddenly the music stops and the house rises to reveal the inventor of the world wide web. The stadium lights up - "This is for everyone". We are visually reminded  of the 1948 Olympics, army and monarchy are de rigueur. Nothing changes.

Another montage, this time the Olympic Torch Relay. Beckham, Edinburgh, red, white and blue, more monarchy, more army, more police, more London iconic landmarks. Then we are up to date again, with David Beckham in the manner of James Bond. Time to slow down, an unusual sun-drenched, yet dark, 7/7 tribute, and Scottish girl, Emile Sande, sings Abide with Me. The commentator, Trevor Nelson, ties this up with football. It's a funny old game and it's time for the athletes parade.

Last out are team GB, in quasi Druidic sports apparel, all white and gold, with hoods. Chris Hoy - The Flying Scotsman -  leads the charge, he shares the same nickname as Eric Liddell, the main man from Chariots of Fire. Bowie's "Heroes" (see the Berlin Wall)  plays as the ticker-paper falls - resonating a "vote" for every human being in the one-world democracy. More monarchy again from the Royal Box, and the Tor, covered in all the nation's flags. We are one, the walls are tumbling down. 

The Artic monkeys remind us of 1984 and robots, their drummer's surname, Helders, jumps out from the back of his Orange Order like sash-top. A firework crown and then a cover of  Come Together by the Beatles. Curious winged cyclists appear from under the Monkey's, they are allegedly doves. 

Another focus on the Tor, Coe and Rogge wax lyrical. Then back to the Royal Box for the Queen to officially open the games. Then back to the Tor for some-more military flag raising. Then, yet again, to Beckham and eventually seven young athletes, led by a Scottish boy. Eventually we are at the cauldron, it ignites and Pink Floyd's, Eclipse, plays.

We close with scarlet-stripe adorned Paul McCartney and Hey Jude.  Jude the short form of Judas and the German for Jew; the B side of the single release - Revolution. 

The magic is over, but not for long.


wiki - Joseph of Arimathea

wiki - Glastonbury Tor

Tsarion - The Scarlet Thread

wiki - Glastonbury Thorn

wiki - Chimpanzees' Tea Party