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Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 08 Feb 2012, 01:35

i thought also that the madge performance choreography was beyond poor, but the ritualistic symbolic content is considerable and i believe has specific intended messages at various levels of consciousness of viewers

It would b nice to have revealed who wrote the story of the performance for madge

Regarding yesterdays golem = todays sleepers

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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 09 Feb 2012, 23:42

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 10 Feb 2012, 02:31

She would have been a porn star if the music break didn't happen ... any bets Very Happy
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 12 Feb 2012, 12:06

Any thoughts on the Whitney Huston Burn out , she seemed a very clean cut persona , somehow perverted by the trappings of fame and money which always expose a weak will
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sun 12 Feb 2012, 17:13

I heard she died yesterday in a hotel room...only 48 years old...found drowned in the bathtub.
Cause of death undetermined as of yet.
Unofficial report of her partying heavy prior to her death and possibly pill bottles found in her room.
Oxycodones maybe??? Maybe like another Heath Ledger pill overdose.

She had been fucked up with some serious drugs for a long time, but supposedly was over that and trying to make a comeback...although her live performances were reviewed as pitiful.
Her past drug use was so bad that she later reported having hallucinations that monster beings were coming after her through the wall tiles in her bathroom.
She also lost all of her teeth and had artificial ones installed.
Probably crystal meth induced.
Which you can see in her last interviews that her teeth are not natural and it totally changed her voice for the worse along with her serious case of crack-lung.

I had heard that she was pretty much a pompous bitch with a haughty nigger attitude that openly hated white people.
And have heard Michele Obama has a similar demeanor.

I never liked the bitch much myself nor her uppity attitude. Her and and her ex...Bobby Brown...always seemed like a rich pair of nigger assholes anyway.

I am glad she is dead...now her memorabilia will be worth more to those that collect it...and I don't have to hear any of her tired-ass crack lung new albums come across the radio waves in my future.

Had to borrow this image from David Icke headlines page...it was just too poignant to pass up...


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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 13 Feb 2012, 17:37

It has been determined that Houston did not drown to death in the tub.

It will take six to eight weeks for the toxicology results...but it seems she was on anti-depressants...Xanax, Lorazepam, Valium and some sleeping pills.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 15 Feb 2012, 01:15

What a great image , thats what i call a political image and the creative power of art at its most engaging - Good one David Ike

I had not realised that houston had fallen so low, simply because i had never found her in the least bit interesting , but on the moments where i was confronted by her persona back in her heyday, i never for a moment thought she could end in the gutter
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Wed 15 Feb 2012, 11:38

Sad story. Apparently she shut herself in for three years and just smoked crack everyday.
She eventually squandered her life's one hundred million dollar fortune to the point of borrowing money at the end of her life.

And she has left behind a daughter who supposedly has a cocaine problem and, even worse, Bobby Brown as a father...who is unfortunately...still alive.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 16 Feb 2012, 01:43

Couldn't make it up , how sad and far that woman crashed, a good case for the karma detectives i would say
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 16 Feb 2012, 01:51

On the subject of woman , it is said that Diamonds are a girls best friend , and a diamond ring can often publicly and symbolically seal the marriage ritual from man to woman
When everything is stripped away , it is confirmed that light is energy is power
This video gives a glimpse of the light containment power of these stones, its alive

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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 17 Feb 2012, 01:41

I know someone who knows someone that works in a doctors surgery , there are on average 2 Pharma Sales People from various big corps and their little derivative companies that visit the premises daily trying to get the doc to take their gear , because, the doc has the power to prescribe, and the doc gets a little piece of the financial action by getting bonus payments along with the magic corporate word "INCENTIVES" for distributing drugs and medicine ...Incentives can be anything from a free holiday , car , clothes , equipment to a 5 star hotel with a visiting tour guide (hooker)

It has been said that if anyone enters this surgery with some idea of an ailment , never mind an actual ailment , they never , repeat never , leave the premises without some drug prescription to make them better
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 17 Feb 2012, 11:40

I have two close friends back in the U.S. that were drug reps back in the early nineties. Same deal with the incentives.
They both quit as their consciences just would not allow them to continue in that line of corrupt work.

There was a Hollywood comedy movie out a couple years back that focused the plot around drug sale representatives.
"Love and Other Drugs"...is quite representative of how this shit goes down.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 19 Feb 2012, 02:53

If your going to make a speech at someones funeral under the guise of care , make sure you co-ordinate your emotions to show u might really feel for them , uuugghhh, and if you find yourself caught in a state of anticapatory nostalgia , ie trying to make a speech which you are making purely for the glorified history of that speech , then at least you have to b a good actor to pull that one off

Costner caught like a rabbit in headlights , exposed in a muttering of meaningless emotionless BS, thats what you get kev for doing a heart job from the head and getting it totally insincere and just wrong ... or am i being a little vindictive , im starting to worry about myself a little , i aint made no superstar movies Very Happy

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Post  tgII on Sun 19 Feb 2012, 14:12

Witney Houston died? Really? About time.

Reminded me of Grace Slick drunk stumbling out of her home with a
loaded shotgun yelling at the world...the fall from stardom is a bitch.
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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  tgII on Wed 22 Feb 2012, 08:38

'Kill Hollywood.'

    Pirate My Film


The sooner the better; monopolistic tyrants.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 12 May 2012, 00:44

Check this out, first time ever filmed live - The Olympic Light Ritual from the temple of Herra, Greek Goddess Flute players, Greeks, Virgins , Trees, Leafes , Apollo petition , english commentary starts about 10 mins, slow build up , the actual ceremony starts at 1.33



A ritual which began for the 1936 Berlin Hitler games Exclamation
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 12 May 2012, 13:32

People have great sense of humour connecting the dots flames Very Happy

Found some exoteric rundown on the olympic flames historical rebirth

The first noticeable thing about the torch is of course, the flame. Fire has always held significant meaning for people. It has been known to be the symbol of life, and can also help keep us warm, as well as light our way in the dark. In Ancient Greece, fire was revered even more. This was because the mythical god Prometheus stole fire from Zeus and gave it to the humans. To celebrate the fact that they now had fire, the Greeks would hold relay races that contained many runners. At the end of each of their legs, one runner would pass a fire-bearing torch to the next runner so that the second runner could then begin his leg of the race.

The first Olympic Games were held in 776 B.C. The games were held every four years in Olympia, Greece and they honored Zeus and the other Greek gods. But these games held other significance as well. The games were also a time that peace was called throughout the world. The states of Greece would often be at war with each other, and each year before the games were held, runners would run through the states. These runners were called “heralds of peace” and they signified that a time of “sacred truce” had been declared. This truce would be in effect for the entire time the games were on.

But the Olympic flame certainly wasn’t the first flame to keep burning in Greece. Because the Greeks paid such special attention to fire, they had many cauldrons set up that would continually burn. The Greek gods had altars that would often have flames burning in them in honor of that god. Hera, the goddess of birth and marriage, also had a cauldron. And it was this altar that the Greeks would place a cauldron on in which a flame could be lit. A large hollow disc or a mirror called a skaphia would be used to light the cauldron. This would collect the sun’s rays into a single stream so that it could light the cauldron. This flame would then burn for the entirety of the games to symbolize peace, purity, and reason.
The Greeks only held their Olympic Games for about a thousand years. Because of this, the torch relays and the ceremonial lighting of the flame was also discontinued. The Olympic Games did make a comeback though in 1896 in Athens, Greece. However, getting the torch relay back as part of the ceremony and the games wasn’t reinstated right away.

In 1928, the Olympic Games in Amsterdam brought back the tradition of including the symbol of fire with the Olympic Games. A cauldron was lit but there was no relay beforehand. The first modern day Olympic Games relay wasn’t held until the Berlin Summer Games, which took place in 1936. Carl Diem, who was Secretary General of the Organizing Committee of the Games reintroduced the relay as part of connecting the current day’s games to its historic roots. To tie the modern day games into the ones that took place in Ancient Greece, the flame was first lit in Olympia, Greece and then carried to Berlin.

However, it still wasn’t until the 1952 winter games in Oslo, Norway that the relay of the flame was introduced. This was the only event where the torch was not first lit in Olympia, Greece. Because Norway is the birthplace of skiing, the flame was originally lit in the same place where the games would take place. And it wasn’t until 1964 at the Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria, that the flame started being lit in Olympia. Ever since then though, the flame has started being lit in Olympia, Greece, without missing a single year!

The Lighting of the Torch

Finally, after all the design elements are in place, and the torch has been tested to make sure it has all the necessary components, and all the replicas are made, the torch is finally lit. It’s lit at the Temple of Hera in Olympia, Greece, and this is actually done months before the games even begin.

It all starts with an actress, dressed in ceremonial Roman garb just like they were the first year the Olympics was held, long ago in the times of B.C. The torch is also lit the way it has been traditionally, using a mirror to redirect the sun’s rays. The mirror has a concave shape and at the center, there is so much heat produced that it can actually light the fuel coming from the torch. However because of this process, the sun must be shining fairly brightly on the day of the torch lighting. But there is a backup plan should this happen. Several days before the official torch-lighting ceremony begins, another Olympic torch is lit with the mirror. This torch can light the official Olympic torch on the day of the ceremony should it not be sunny enough for the mirror to light it.

Once the torch has been lit, it is then carried to a cauldron that sits on an altar in the ancient Olympic stadium. There it is used to light the first runner’s torch and the relay will officially begin. The torch the first runner is carrying will then light the next torch, and so on until the Olympic torch reaches its final destination. For the winter games, the relay is actually started at the monument to Pierre de Coubertin, who is the founder of the first Olympic Games.

Olympics in Berlin

Carl Diem became the secretary of the all-German sports organization Deutscher Reichsausschuss für Leibesübungen (DRL) the forerunner of the Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen, the Sports Organ of the Third Reich.

In May 1932, again largely due to the reputation and lobbying efforts of Diem and Lewald, Berlin was selected to host the 1936 summer games; Diem was named Secretary General of the Organizing Committee. He attended the 1932 games in Los Angeles, carefully observing the host city's preparations and facilities, committed to meeting or outdoing the American accomplishment in Berlin four years later.

The rise of Adolf Hitler to power in 1933 once again threatened Diem's dream of a Berlin Olympiad: Nazi nationalism did not embrace international sport, and Hitler himself had dismissed the Olympics as a project of "Jews and Freemasons."After Hitler took power, Diem expected him to cancel the Olympics. But Hitler's propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, convinced him that the games would be an excellent showcase for German organization and pride. At a March 1933 meeting, six weeks after taking power, Hitler informed Diem and Levald that he would support the games. Six months later, after touring the construction sites for the sporting arenas, he told Diem that the German state would pay the bills.

The Nazis embraced the Olympic Games not only because they promised to be a unique opportunity to extol the virtues of their "reborn" state; as a celebration of physical prowess, the games also dovetailed neatly with the Nazi idealization of youth, fitness and athleticism. Further, according to Nazi racial theories, their own Aryan "superiorities" were descended from the great achievements of ancient Greece.

Despite the official Nazi support for the games, Diem's position as organizer was at risk, mostly because his Hochschule employed Jewish teachers and Diem's wife, Liselott, came from a Jewish family. He himself was classified, for these reasons, as a "white Jew."Diem managed to hold on to his job and solidify his position with his Nazi patrons. His partner Theodor Lewald, who had been removed by the Nazis from his post as President of the German Sports Body in 1933 because his paternal grandmother was Jewish, was appointed president of the Organizing Committee of the Berlin Olympic Games by the leader of the Nazi Sports Body, Hans von Tschammer und Osten.

Some sources later claimed that during this time Olympic officials threatened to pull the games from Berlin if Jews were excluded and that the protests from the IOC forced the Nazi leadership to reinstate Lewald –although only to the minor post of "adviser" to the games.[citation needed] The Nazi establishment went out of their way to assure the world that "non-Aryan" participants were being allowed to compete –however those assurances were less than truthful. In particular, the American Olympic Association remained skeptical about the Nazis' openness to non-Aryan competitors, and a movement to boycott the Berlin games began to gather steam among U.S. Olympic officials. Diem's old friend Avery Brundage, president of the American Olympic Committee, was dispatched to appraise the facts; in Berlin, Diem convinced Brundage that Jews were not being excluded, though he likely knew otherwise. Brundage returned to the U.S. and, defeating the boycott-supporters, helped to ensure that a full American athletic delegation would attend the games in Berlin.

Carl Diem held high posts in the Third Reich's sports organization (NSRL) even after the Olympics, becoming the leader of the Foreign Department of the Nationalsocialist Sports Office in 1939. As such he was responsible for the issues of German athletes in foreign countries, as well as for the international affairs of the NSRL.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 12 May 2012, 13:44

And Brilliant innovation of her time by Leni Riefenstahl in film symbolism and technological creativity

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 12 May 2012, 14:23

On The esoteric value of the Olympic flame, theres a massive array of data to co-ordinate from history , but the obvious connections are The torch/flame/light process coming from the heavens via the suns rays to earth may symbolise the fall of lucifer to earth , then the flame being passed through the globe by torch bearers , (lucifer the light bearer) bringing the heavenly fallen light to the location where the worlds top physical specimens in their chosen pursuits will compete , a competition with competitors who's generation of energy and intensity is reliant on the mysterious variant fire within their hearts , which each person can influence with their own willpower or be influenced by others willpower, willpower itself being influenced by the fire within

From Masonic World

The day and generation in which we live pulsates with power, the world is held in place by dynamic appositions, the universe is vibrant with force and man is a part of the Divine energy. The greatest thing in God’s created universe is man. In him, according to the teachings of Freemasonry, is the Eternal Flame, the indestructible image of the living God. The power of man cannot be defined, cannot be fenced in, because it transcends all finite standards of measurement.


Danny Boyle has now given the game away to anyone who is interested, that he is probably a Freemason . The opening ceremony at the London Olympics titled “The Isles Of Wonder” will be based on “The Tempest” and the largest bell in Europe has been cast whose ring will open the ceremony . The lines “Be not afeard : the isle is full of noises” from the Tempest are to be engraved on the bell .
Freemasonry claims William Shakespeare as one of their own and the choice of using The Tempest is predictable for anyone who has researched the esoteric influences in the ceremonies for the Olympic Games . Without going off on a tangent, it has been claimed by some that Shakespeare was the founder of modern Freemasonry . Whatever the truth about this, Freemasonry positively drools over The Tempest and see it as one of the finest works in relation to Freemasonry .
From Shakespeare And Freemasonry by mason, William Norman M’Daniel, written in 1912 in relation to The Tempest :
Professor Henry Van Dyke has made the splendid generalization that the aim and purpose of the Shakespearean dramas also is to teach the Majesty of the Moral Law. It will be found, when the plays are studied from this viewpoint, that they form a comprehensive and consistent body of ethics or moral philosophy, the term being used in the Baconian sense as embracing politics, ethics, as commonly conceived, and logic; and that this system is entirely in harmony with the teachings of Freemasonry.
It may be more exact to say that Freemasonry is a training school to make the realization of this philosophy possible. Perhaps the simplest and yet most satisfactory definition of Freemasonry is Dr. Hemming’s, that “Freemasonry is a beautiful system of morals, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols.” Shakespeare may be also defined as a beautiful system of morals, veiled in allegory and illustrated by fictitious and historical personages.
Further, one play, The Tempest, which stands first in the collected plays, is an epitome, a miniature of the whole. The argument of our main proposition – the identity of Shakespeare and Freemasonry – may be based upon the proper interpretation of this play. One primary idea must be kept in mind: these plays are works of art; works of literary art, which, next to music, is the highest art; and again, in the form of the drama, which is the highest form of literary art. And as Alfred Noyes has so aptly expressed it, “The content and import of a work of art are not to be weighed in the same way as those of a philosophic system or a work of science.”
It is to be realized more as a personal experience, not so much comprehended by the mind as apprehended by the soul. Let it not be thought strange, therefore, if for many persons The Tempest has little significance. For that matter, to how comparatively few persons is Shakespeare anything more than a name. The reason is to be found in our one-sided, unnatural and, in many respects, false education. Others can place themselves where Shakespeare and Freemasonry meet, if they but free their minds from traditions and prejudices.

The Tempest is viewed as the most esoteric of Shakespeare’s plays . It has been claimed John Dee, the famous alchemist and creator of the Enochian alphabet was the inspiration for the character of Prospero but the esoteric nature of The Tempest is for another post .
From the Olympic flame, the Rainbow motif and ‘All Seeing Eye’ used for the Wenlock and Mandeville mascots and now the use of The Tempest in the opening ceremony, the London Olympics will be full of masonic symbology and the opening and closing ceremonies should include further occult symbology .


One thing is for sure, all this olympic torch ritual and games are generating incredible attention and energy which for most people is merely directed at the exoteric olympic build up and games event
But at the subconscious level, Pagan Gods are being worshipped and fed energy on a monumental scale via the luciferian flame of communications , firstly back through the modern third reich revived philosophy then all the way back to the ancient Sun God

It would be interesting if anyone could find the mapped routes of the light bearers to see if they correlate to geomantic pathways

In Greek mythology, the original “torch-bearer” was Prometheus, the Titan who stole fire from the gods in order to give it to humanity. Fire was considered by ancients as being a tiny spark of the sun, which was considered to be the physical manifestation of deity (see Sun Worship). By bringing fire to mankind, Prometheus has therefore enabled humans to partake in “all things divine” and even allowed them to aspire to become gods themselves. For this reason, Prometheus is particularly revered in secret societies, as his myth is the ultimate representation of the philosophy and the goals of mystery schools: ascension towards divinity and immortality through man’s own means.

In esoteric teachings, the act of “carrying the torch” is symbolic of man’s awareness of his own “divine spark” and represents his aspiration to become “one of the gods”. This is, in a nutshell, the core philosophy of the world’s elite, which is heavily influenced by the hermetic teachings of Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism and Illuminism. For this reason, Prometheus’ Torch of Illumination is often found in the occult elite’s symbolism.

Prometheus


The Modern Prometheus



“All the supposed abominations, the skeletons and death’s heads, the coffins and the mysteries, are mere bogeys for children. But there is one dangerous element and that is the element I have copied from them. They form a sort of priestly nobility. They have developed an esoteric doctrine not merely formulated, but imparted through the symbols and mysteries in degrees of initiation. The hierarchical organization and the initiation through symbolic rites, that is to say, without bothering the brain but by working on the imagination through magic and the symbols of a cult, all this has a dangerous element, and the element I have taken over. Don’t you see that our party must be of this character…? An Order, that is what it has to be — an Order, the hierarchial Order of a secular priesthood… Ourselves or the Freemasons or the Church — there is room for one of the three and no more… We are the strongest of the three and shall get rid of the other two.”
- Hermann Rauschning, “Hitler Speaks”

SPUTNIK - What about the use of the Parabolic Mirror to direct the flame , reminiscent of the fact that humans cannot directly see (fully comprehend its dynamics) the higher source of influence, it always must be through "distilled" reflection , ties into the secret languages of the psyche

Parabola is a conic defined by its focal property: there is a point - focus - and a line - directrix - and parabola is the locus of points equidistant from the focus and the directrix.
Allows an intersection point for planes of energy
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 29 May 2012, 09:51

One thing is for sure, all this olympic torch ritual and games are generating incredible attention and energy which for most people is merely directed at the exoteric olympic build up and games event

The whole purpose of the olympic ritual is to garner attention and energy...transfer that energy from one perspective to another...for the vampires who are bound to receive it.
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