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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 27 Jul 2012, 14:13

CIRCA 9PM GMT this Eve, The Danny Boyle directed (with his hidden advisors) Brotherhood of The Bell Ceremony Begins Cool

Wonder which secret surprise celeb is used to ignite the stadium flame ? the favourite is roger bannister (not really a modern big hitter name and a bit british insular) or a rowing guy called steve redgrave(nah he hasn't got the gravitas) its surely got to be someone universally worshipped like maybe the ailing Muhammed Ali ?
That would buy the organisers some worshipful emotional credit from the aroused masses straight of the bounce and everyone will feel real good as the poor vegetating genius ali ignites the stadiums luciferian fire
For whom the Bell tolls , a surprise emotional surge demand from a muhammed ali or the empires sings its own praises with an insular caucasian model of excellence
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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 29 Jul 2012, 21:56

Well muhammed ali did turn up at the pre-ignite ceremony , but he looked comatosed and not capable of making any form of decision or action without his nurse , probably wearing diapers as well
My guess is that the organisers were thinking of using him to light the final stadium fire, but once he turned up in the uk , now completly out of the game of lifechoices, with his handlers , they though OMG, no way and had to use the youth as emergency back up

Eso Highlights - the Massive Bell starting and ending the parade, the giant Tree Deity and some judaic hymn chanting
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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 14 Aug 2012, 01:50

Conclusion on the London 2012 olympic spectacle, yes it was beautifully organised and a great sporting audience / athlete success and im sure made huge amounts of money for certain people

But on the Danny Boyle directed opening ceremony that most of british media was orgasming about in a selfless drunken backslapping manner , and the closing ceremony / pop concert by a name i cant recall . if you remove the pop music from both ceremonys , and some of danny boyles blatant plagiarism of previous games moves, what you are left with is U rated porn at best as an imaginative creative spectacle, especially boyles empire industrial age back slap which was utter garabage of the worst order

A quick look at excerpts from Athens 2004 will show up boyles lack of true artistic creativity in stimulating the higher realms of consciousness





Further to that , i have a new declaration to make to the uk public .....

THERE ARE NO PSYCHOPATHIC TERRORISTS IN THE UK

How do i know this ? , well the olympic games just passed without a whimper from these mythical creatures, and all the cities outside london would surely have been simple targets to any residing fanatical maniac

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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 14 Aug 2012, 23:13

I checked out the opening ceremony for the present Olympics and would have to agree with its suck factor.
This Athens video is truly mesmerizing and fantastic.

The terrorists were there...all in the best seats in the house...they call them...The Royals.
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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 18 Aug 2012, 02:20

Its not over yet Flames , weve still got the paraplegic wacky races freakshow going down (shit i will burn in hades for that statement ) affraid
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 18 Aug 2012, 11:05

I believe Norway will dominate and win the gold for the 300 meter "drool and hobble".
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 18 Aug 2012, 15:53

if this dude got some more spring in these attachments , but he surely would have grabbed gold, how did a paraplegic get permission to run in the normal olympics ? And they ban Steroids Very Happy
But i think they knew he would lose or it would never have ben allowed , i bet the sticks are designed to sap his energy ensuring he cant go faster than the standard legs
Im so cynical , they must have been letting this guy in to raise public awareness of what great options these crippled soldiers have when they return as war wounded

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a mystic composition of high discriminating taste

Post  bedido on Sun 26 Aug 2012, 03:54

Pardon my interruption But I am intensely interested in this crop glyph
Would it be an imposition to ask gentlemen and Mistress' @ DaRythymDivine for a critique ?





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Post  bedido on Sun 26 Aug 2012, 19:06

I am not a fan of this popular view of alien life as the exclusive source creating these
formations; nor follow what comes out in any sense as some communication from beyond the outer limits of the region inhabited by human physical capability. I am coming at this in purely human precedential perspectives... as in, an artists work incorporating human historical/cultural elements into their composition .. Such as the Grid, Q. Both the passive one and the aggresive one beneath! I don't consider any part of this design an accident , Even the blur closest the road.

some overt design elements
ALchemical squared circle
equal armed cross Templar/Orthodox/ esoteric elemental balanced force Moorish 11th-12th c. gridwork still used in mosques
artistic excellence incorporating Nordic/Gaelic/ Moorish Knotwork design

The tiny orb floating near the giant has a unique significance of being clear of the grid patterns that seem to bind the larger. Overall a fatalist determination broods over the composition. But, no accident this visual anomaly on the right! It too has the design peculiar to the other optical illusion that the square design contains. One( near pavement) displays refinement corrupted only by the eye that glances (the seeming imperfection mirrors the limited capability of the viewers eye) and then the other, a traditional method for depiction of divine patterns or presence of god in strict adherence to the "no-Image" mandate of the 3 Abraham belief systems. There is a use of multicultural symbolism that is of a subtle but crucial significance (11th-12thc.) with the artists modern mastery over these design elements, and what communique' intends through this most finished piece! The little orb also serves as a signature. (imho)
found Aug 9 this yr. @Cheesefoot & Morested (interesting correspondence there)
Just looking for another vantage point ...
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 28 Aug 2012, 20:47

Interesting crop circle...

..some government project bluebeam "chicken scratch" embroidery perhaps?

Some civilian examples...







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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  highnoon on Wed 29 Aug 2012, 14:29

the corn itself creates the crop circles.

all trying to win the synchronized corn event.

man. what a corny joke
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endless knot

Post  bedido on Wed 05 Sep 2012, 07:29


Endless Knot
"...one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols. It is an important cultural marker in places significantly influenced by Tibetan Buddhism"
ENDLESS KNOT

A more masculine expression than your examples, QSC I thought you might appreciate




and for a beautiful view Flames...


I am grateful for the opportunity ! Much sincere thanks
This means a lot that I exteriorized this here as
I was immediately able to find what meaning I prefer to accept was intended!


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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Wed 05 Sep 2012, 17:53

Yeah sometimes you just have to throw it out there to someone else...only to find the answer from within.
One of the few reasons why I find posting on a forum constructive.

Impressive crop circle...but I am of the inclination it is advanced government-military technology controlled by humans creating crop circles.
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Post  highnoon on Wed 05 Sep 2012, 18:40

i thought it was extremely cringe worthy myself lol. i actually wanted to believe one time that the corn was doing it somehow. but the corn wouldnt be able to coordinate which ones to fall down. it cant be a chemical they release...cause whose the master corn chemical releaser? also the wind would blow the chemicals everywhere and all the corns would get the wrong chemicals.


pretty much either alien or government.

and thats pretty much the same thing these days.
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Post  bedido on Thu 06 Sep 2012, 09:20

That was actually a popular theory that was kicked around back when they really started to become prolific. I am of a strong understanding GaIa can and does do beautiful miracles, daily! I discovered something fascinating about corn rather recently. That is the rain must drop into the corn silk before the kernnals on the ears are fertilized.Only then will a full ear of corn develop.
Its dry as a bone here and the corn (a lot of it) is not going to be harvested.

Nice Olympics reference on the Corn Joke there *cracks me up*
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Post  bedido on Thu 06 Sep 2012, 09:47

quicksilvercrescendo wrote:Yeah sometimes you just have to throw it out there to someone else...only to find the answer from within.
One of the few reasons why I find posting on a forum constructive.

Impressive crop circle...but I am of the inclination it is advanced government-military technology controlled by humans creating crop circles.


Constructive and creative ... the design must have taken some deep thought and a lot of time maybe not in the execution... but in the visual superimposition of the patterns to the extent of an optical illusion effect. I am persuaded to agree with you on the origins. But it may not be the kind of civilization we have grown to expect is conventional. The Glyph itself is a hint about that, or could be. Didn't you do some research into the Towers? Those pics were an education in themselves, of the half melted cars... something like a mile and a half away?
John Lash calls them The Crop Circle Wizards farao
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 11 Sep 2012, 17:15

The crop circle is on the cheese in my refrigerator...



...it is a white cheese made with sprinkles of clove spice. I set out a trail of cheese crumbs and will keep an eye out for alien greys...I hear they love it.
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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 02 Nov 2012, 22:46

THE AMBASSODORS - HOLBEIN


Theres a new spy series on the bbc with a topical plotline which was revealed in the latest episode which goes like this...
Around 1533 in dire economic times in europe, some british merchants devised a secret plot to unfold over centuries which purpose was to concentrate world power and influence into private hands by gradual secret undermining of governments outside of the peoples awareness
After 500 years, these merchants plot has evolved into 5 major multi-national corporations that create "accidents' to financially benefit each other in the final pieces of their jigsaw

The above painting is said to contain clues about this plots hatching and final purpose to those with the perceptive eyes to see them


The Ambassadors (1533) is a painting by Hans Holbein the Younger in the National Gallery, London. As well as being a double portrait, the painting contains a still life of several meticulously rendered objects, the meaning of which is the cause of much debate. It is also a much-cited example of anamorphosis in painting.

Although a German-born artist who spent most of his time in England, Holbein displayed the influence of Early Netherlandish painters in this work. This influence can be noted most outwardly in the use of oil paint, the use of which for panel paintings had been developed a century before in Early Netherlandish painting. What is most "Flemish" of Holbein's use of oils is his use of the medium to render meticulous details that are mainly symbolic: as Jan van Eyck and the Master of Flemalle used extensive imagery to link their subjects to divinity, Holbein used symbols to link his figures to show the same things on the table.

Among the clues to the figures' explorative associations are a selection of scientific instruments including two globes (one terrestrial and one celestial), a quadrant, a torquetum, and a polyhedral sundial,[1] as well as various textiles including the floor mosaic, based on a design from Westminster Abbey (the Cosmati pavement, before the High Altar), and the carpet on the upper shelf, which is most notably oriental, an example of Oriental carpets in Renaissance painting. The choice for the inclusion of the two figures can furthermore be seen as symbolic. The figure on the left is in secular attire while the figure on the right is dressed in clerical clothes. Their flanking of the table, which displays open books, symbols of religious knowledge and even a symbolic link to the Virgin, is therefore believed by some critics to be symbolic of a unification of capitalism and the Church.[citation needed]


The Ambassador's globe (detail)


The anamorphic skull
In contrast, other scholars have suggested the painting contains overtones of religious strife. The conflicts between secular and religious authorities are here represented by Jean de Dinteville, a landowner, and Georges de Selve, a bishop. The commonly accepted symbol of discord, a lute with a broken string, is included next to a hymnbook in Martin Luther's translation, suggesting strife between scholars and the clergy.[2]
The terrestrial globe on the lower shelf repeats a portion of a cartographically imaginative map created in possibly 1530 and of unknown origin. The map is referred to as the Ambassadors' Globe due to its popularly-known appearance in the painting.[3][4]
[edit]Anamorphic skull
The most notable and famous of Holbein's symbols in the work, however, is the distorted skull which is placed in the bottom centre of the composition. The skull, rendered in anamorphic perspective, another invention of the Early Renaissance, is meant to be a visual puzzle as the viewer must approach the painting nearly from the side to see the form morph into an accurate rendering of a human skull. While the skull is evidently intended as a vanitas or memento mori, it is unclear why Holbein gave it such prominence in this painting. One possibility is that this painting represents three levels: the heavens (as portrayed by the astrolabe and other objects on the upper shelf), the living world (as evidenced by books and a musical instrument on the lower shelf), and death (signified by the skull). It has also been hypothesized that the painting is meant to hang in a stairwell, so that a person walking up the stairs from the painting's left (viewer's right) would be startled by the appearance of the skull. A further possibility is that Holbein simply wished to show off his ability with the technique in order to secure future commissions.[5] Artists often incorporated skulls as a reminder of mortality, or at the very least, death. Holbein may have intended the skulls (one as a gray slash and the other as a medallion on Jean de Dinteville's hat) and the crucifixion in the corner to encourage contemplation of one's impending death and the resurrection..........
Nice story or reality as we are now , keeping the subjects informed subliminally of whats going down so they can watch it happen just like they do on tv (:
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Re: The power of Symbolism

Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 19 Dec 2012, 01:48

In The Uk, the monarchy is portrayed as a tourist attraction and loving upholder of ancient tradition, and yet cameron reports weekly as do all prime ministers and the monarch opens parliament annually, and as she says "My Government" and yet no allusion by the free press is ever made to the monarch over any political actions ?

The symbolism and ritual upheld and performed is absolutely based on perpetual ancient royal order with salutation to the worshipful entitys beyond

They are not allowed to show the complete thing but the juicy part starts at 50 mins , sort of like worker ants or even noahs ark

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