David Bowie is not renowned for a love of Scotland. He's more well known for his music. In his 1971 track, Quicksand, he wrote:
I'm closer to the Golden Dawn
Immersed in Crowley's uniform of imagery.
Last night he won the Best British male solo artist award at the annual Brits. He was not there to collect his trophy but supermodel Kate Moss stood in. Kate was wearing a "Ziggy Stardust" dress for the moment. Kate recited a short speech, composed by Bowie :
"In Japanese myth the rabbits on my old costume that Kate's wearing live on the moon.
Kate comes from Venus and I from Mars, so that's nice.
I'm completely delighted to have a Brit for being the best male but I am, aren't I Kate? (Gallagher: yes) I think it's a great way to end the day.
Thank you very very much - and Scotland, stay with us."
We learn more of Bowie's alter-ego Ziggy, his Rise and Fall, and the Spiders from Mars from wikipedia :
Ziggy is the human manifestation of an alien being who is attempting to present humanity with a message of hope in the last five years of its existence
From the same source, re Bowie's Starman song, we perhaps increase our understanding of his general thrust :
The lyrics describe Ziggy Stardust bringing a message of hope to Earth's youth through the radio, salvation by an alien 'Starman'. The story is told from the point of view of one of the youths who hears Ziggy. According to Bowie himself, speaking to William S. Burroughs for Rolling Stone magazine in 1973, Ziggy Stardust is not the Starman but merely his earthly messenger – contrary to received opinion which often paints Ziggy as an extraterrestrial. The song has inspired interpretations ranging from an allusion to the Second Coming of Christ, to an accurate prediction of the plot for the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977).
Let's just reiterate, Bowie sees his "starman" as an earthly messenger. Kate Moss - Bowie's "messenger" @ the Brits - wears a Ziggy Stardust dress, surely confirming he is sending us a "message". Kate may even be symbolic of one of David's "pretty things", the "homo-superior". Bowie's very short "message" references the planets Venus and Mars, concluding, almost bizarrely, by urging Scotland to stay part of the United Kingdom.
Again according to the Starman wiki article (I am no musician) :
The chorus is loosely based on Harold Arlen's "Over the Rainbow" from the film The Wizard of Oz, alluding to the "Starman"'s extraterrestrial origins (over the rainbow) (the octave leap on the word "Starman" is identical to that on the word "Somewhere" in "Over the Rainbow")
According to various researchers, the movie -and no doubt the soundtrack- of Wizard of Oz are used in forms of mind control... Wizard of Oz and Illuminati Mind Control.
|Prince Charles' car after it's attack from "student rioters". The venue is the Palladium. The bill-posters advertise a forthcoming Wizard of Oz production.|
...thus, if we assume that the Wizard of Oz "theories" have some substance, when Bowie overrides the "somewhere" with his "starman", is he sending a subliminal message ? Or, on later reflection, is he "supporting" it ?
Personally, we quite believe the WOZ "theories", simply because we refused to watch the film as a child. The opening music with the black and white imagery sent us straight behind the settee. We would add now, that thoughts revolve around IN OZ being an anagram of ZION, and that the "yellow brick road" takes us there. Zion itself suggests the New World Order, but possibly there is another story there. We will skip on the Frank Baum freemasonic angle for lack of time.
Horny back toad hunter, Elton John, recorded "his" Yellow Brick Road album in France, at Chateau_D'rouville. The lyrics of Yellow Brick Road seem to allude to turning one's back on "modern society" and returning to a more basic way of life.
Some say Elton is a bit "dodgy". Mysterious Elton John
Elton recommended the chateau to Mark Bolan, who in turn recommended it to Bowie. Bowie felt "supernatural" forces and strange energies on his visit there.
Here at newspaceman we now see independence as a single edged sword. We believe that it will make little difference to our way of life considering that society is rapidly becoming global. We believe that the elite want Scotland to be independent simply as part of a ritual; in alchemy one must reduce one's materials to their base state in order to make the gold. In this instance the gold is Zion, the New World Order, a global United Kingdom. Scotland appears to be firmly at base if we consider the freemasonic movement and historical colonisation.
To conclude, we are obviously not positive about Bowie's true intentions, but it was not a long speech.
The Palladium Rite
David Bowie and the Occult