Sunday, June 8, 2014


The beginning, all the way to modern times: Have we really just been spending a predominance of our time as a species (more advanced than any we can factually prove) simply humping, stabbing, shooting, and judging each other into a kind of madness for 200,000 years... 

Our true rulers, archons of one form of another, using the vessels of our dead ( or at least soul-less and power hungry ) float like sentinels in the unconscious in between our superstitions, our akashic memory, and our worst Hollywood programmed fears.

 As to whether these rituals in horror are connected on unseen levels is beyond this author...

Virtual Reality in the Military

"Virtual reality is also used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder. Soldiers suffering from battlefield trauma and other psychological conditions can learn how to deal with their symptoms in a ‘safe’ environment. The idea is for them to be exposed to the triggers for their condition which they gradually adjust to. This has the effect of decreasing their symptoms and enabling them to cope to new or unexpected situations. This is discussed further in the virtual reality treatment for PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) article."

Sean boards a plane and pleads with the pilot, Leila's father Michael (Scott Patterson), not to crash it into the President's press conference in Miami. As the plane approaches the press conference site, it flies into a vortex in mid-air and vanishes. 

"The plane flies out of the vortex and crashes into a desert in Arizona. As a fleet of helicopters approaches the area, Michael urges Sean to run. A flashback shows Michael being captured as agents tell him that his two daughters (Leila included) were kidnapped by a group of mysterious individuals, one of whom includes Vicky Roberts (Taylor Cole), whom Sean and Leila met on a Caribbean cruise. Michael is told that his daughters will be killed if he does not cooperate with the assassination plot. In the present, Sean eventually collapses in the desert but is found and taken to a hospital in Yuma. Shortly thereafter, he is apprehended by FBI agents on a warrant for a murder that occurred on the cruise ship (conducted by the assailants who kidnapped Leila). Meanwhile, it is revealed the 97 detainees are a humanoid extraterrestrial species with enhanced lifespans who crash-landed in Alaska in 1944 from a UFO spaceship. Mount Inostranka was constructed to hold them, but many were not captured, as they fled their crash site and began to live among human society all over the world. Director Sterling appoints CIA operative Simon Lee (Ian Anthony Dale) to find the individuals, but Sterling does not know that Lee himself is one of the undiscovered aliens. Lee and a group of soldiers visit the crash site in Arizona and find all the passengers of the plane dead. "-The Event wiki

Da Vinci stands in his perfect proportions hoping for the burst of mutation to help the rest of the race catch up to him. This is Jesus, Philip K. Dick, and Paul Laffoley whether you want to accept them as leaders, mad men, or not; they get the divine or otherworldly downloads that influence the future of our world, and nobody else we know of hardly has anything interesting to say
 Before I go off later showcasing P.K.D.'s genius...below, the Eldritch! really?

Ripping holes in times and dimensions? I never thought that Wrinkle in Time Summer Reading, would be so relelvent later in life...

 Ominous LAM or OZ resonance?

Do these events and missing planes and such have something to do with mass abductions?

My question dear reader, is can you stay awake enough...long allow yourself to be completely vulnerable to a truth that you already know, just not on as many dimensions as you'd like to accept. It might be TOO real to want to accept and that's okay...but time, my friend, has been trying to tell us something...I intend to give you some of the pieces. I'm not the first; and I wake up every morning hoping I'm not one of the last. We know no truth further than our tireless digging. Your truth, your peace is out there. Trust No One. Go forward onto intelligence and independence. We threaten none, but we dream of reclaiming democracy, and let our dream be the fire that leads...If you get nothing out of this, I at least want you to see the patterns, the significance in pattern recognition as a problem solving skill.

 Forgive me I seemed to have rearranged your poular fictions, to show you a place I believe to be closer to reality than your surroundings as you read this! More real, because it's more repressed; it's the important underbelly of our world. The stuff of jokes and video-games...but the stuff of dreams and passion, the smell of pleasant memory. The recollection of the real...

Let's start in the deepest reaches of our collective shadow, that most repressed reptilian survivalist, that selfish psychopath that predominates in the power positions of our global society. Those countries which are soon to be consumed by corporations. Let's keep also pretending I'm talking about fiction ONLY...

The Cigarette Smoking Man: "Men can never be free, because they're weak, corrupt, worthless... and restless. The people believe in authority. They've grown tired of waiting for miracle or mystery. Science is their religion - no greater explanation exists for them! They must never believe any differently if the project is to go forward."-The X-Files: Talitha Cumi (#3.24)" (1996)

X: "You're a damn schoolboy, Mulder. You have no idea, no idea!"
X: "I used to be you. I was where you are now. But you’re not me, Mulder. I don’t think you have the heart."
X: [shoots the Overcoat Man] "You want to see what it takes to find the truth, Agent Mulder? You want to know what I
know?" [shoots him dead] -X-Files One Breath

Does our search for the truth of our own shadows not inevitably bring us back full circle to the origin of the trauma of the most hurtful of memories? Do we not continually try to flood them out? Is it dangerous to follow parts of a puzzle cloaked in secrecy, but somehow privately beckoning  the personalities of those effected by this "shadow" world. If we don't flood our memories out are they removed?

"In 1990 almost a full decade before the release of the popular Matrix movie trilogy, a CIA operative named John Grace wrote under the pseudonym Val Valerian in a book named Matrix II: The Abduction and Manipulation of Humans Using Advanced Technology, "Fourth density Greys, the ones who are primarily dealing with Whitley Strieber, are the ones who possess the technical equipment to draw energy from the human bioplasmic field. They also have the ability to extract memories and experiences from the human being. It is they who await in the light when a human being dies. The human being is then recycled into another body and the process begins all over again. Fourth density Greys are, in effect, sensation junkies. To experience human emotions is the closest they themselves ever come to the idea of feeling." He later writes, "These entities have been abducting humans for many centuries -- these entities view Earth as a big farm, and have been essentially raising and harvesting humans and apparently abduct humans to take back to their home planet to raise there in a kind of human husbandry scenario." Part of his alien hypothesis is that " 'compliant' humans can be 'legally' 'harvested' for various 'slavery' purposes. Humans are effectively considered raw materials, including to be used as nutrition and also for parasitic energy usage by aliens.

In Matrix V, Valerian writes, "They want to recycle low to lower mid-level spirits into another breeding productive incarnation. Hence the Light and Tunnel at death Trap. Scanning someone they wish to recycle as they near death, the aliens discover who the person was close to has died. They project the person(s) image in the white light tunnel and the image waves you in deeper. If you CHOOSE to follow you can be trapped and sent to another incarnation of their choice. This shows the Empire does have an understanding of the spirit, but it attempts to short this out. The Light and Tunnel trap is a relatively new device, but one that will fail and they now know this. 'Go into the Light' say those who have had near death experiences. They are the salespersons chosen to advertise this alien venture. NEVER enter that light. Go up, left, back, right or anywhere but there. The mass media exposure of the Light and Tunnel trap (seen in the film 'Ghost', where the hero willingly enters the glittering trap) is to try to get people to buy the destination."
Further Suggested Reading: The Stygian Port: The House of God

Somewhere, someone turned a valve and unleashed a portal to another world, another dimension of genetic and alien possibility...and I doubt this kind of thing was limited to Parsons, Crowley, and Montauk. In Valve's case they went from underground bases to Portals...

Half Life:

"In Half-Life, players assume the role of Dr. Gordon Freeman, a theoretical physicist who must fight his way out of a secret underground research facility whose research and experiments into teleportation technology have gone disastrously wrong...Most of the game is set in a remote desert area of New Mexico in the Black Mesa Research Facility, a fictional complex that bears many similarities to both the Los Alamos National Laboratory and Area 51, at some point during the 2000s

The game's protagonist is the theoretical physicist Gordon Freeman, who holds a Ph.D. from MIT. Freeman becomes one of the survivors of an experiment at Black Mesa that goes horribly wrong, when an unexpected "resonance cascade"—a fictitious phenomenon —rips dimensional seams, devastating the facility. Aliens from another dimension known as Xen subsequently enter the facility through these dimensional seams (an event known as the "Black Mesa incident").[13]
As Freeman tries to make his way out of the ruined facility, he soon discovers that he is caught between two sides: the hostile aliens and the Hazardous Environment Combat Unit, a U.S. Marine Corps special operations unit dispatched to cover up the incident by eliminating the organisms, as well as Dr. Freeman and the other surviving Black Mesa personnel to keep them from talking. Throughout the game, a mysterious figure known (but not actually referred to in-game) as the "G-Man" regularly appears, and seems to be monitoring Freeman's progress. Ultimately, Freeman uses the cooperation of surviving scientists and security officers to work his way towards the mysterious "Lambda Complex" of Black Mesa (signified with the Greek "λ" character), where a team of survivors teleport him to the alien world Xen to kill the Nihilanth, the semi-physical entity keeping Xen's side of the dimensional rift open.-Half Life at wikipediaFreeman (Labyrinth album), a Labyrinth album-Freeman

We have been focusing on the stargate as a transportation device external from the human body, often assuming a similar shape as in the film and television show...but what if the stargate was inside us? What if more intelligent entities knew this and were possessing us from the inside out. (Obviously some of us would or are prone to the psychic tentacles of manipulation than others.) If we follow Keannu to his magick in Constantine he uses water as a conduit to access parallel dimensions.

Do we sleep to forget or to remember? Water...memory...a conduit to unseen worlds...
(Noah and the Flood, The Tower of Babel, the Extinction of the Dinosaurs, all an attempt to erase and start over some intelligent design over the genetics of the planet.)

The Cigarette Smoking Man: [to Mulder] "Don't be so dramatic. Only part of you is dying. The part that played the hero. You've suffered enough - for the X-Files, for your partner, for the world. You're not Christ, you're not Prince Hamlet - you're not even Ralph Nader!...You can kill a man but you can't kill what he stands for. Not unless you first break his spirit. That's a beautiful thing to see... Don't try and threaten me, Mulder. I've watched presidents die"....(assorted comments)

Jennifer Connelly finds herself confronting mirrors, dimensions, and of course labyrinths
(Check link for more on JC)

Do stargates just connect us to simulated realities like the holo deck or the Danger Room? What do these ideas forecast or directly wake us up to simulated realities.

In an article titled DANGER ROOM A Holodeck Videogame Designed to Train Soldiers

"The military's research arm is taking a different tack in funding a $26 million project to develop a device implanted in the skull. The goal is to stimulate parts of the brain as a way to treat psychiatric disorders including depression, addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder."

Surrealism meets the mythology and religion of the New World and we are only to assume Order is next on the menu, probably before most of us see it coming...

Project Blue Beam fans forget the holograms, look more for giant motherships that are silent, triangular and run by helium spheres in the center.

Everything said here is poetry, fiction, and liberal wallowing and should not be taken as any reflection of any truth or reality.

Further Interesting Philip K Dick covers: below can be seen eternal Hitler with Dick in the background, a "Martian Time-Slip", and Neuromancer/Constantine/Blade Runner in The Man in the High Castle. Somehow we began building the future based off of visionaries' worst nightmares and most heart-felt warnings. We fed off their fear and began to build nightmare worlds.


The Weeknd on the strange but welcoming and refreshing feeling of Japan. 

Unrelated to K.Dick or Abel, Hitler's Second Book was to be called New World Order...

As long as there is an imagined black magick prison, as long as there are mental restraints to human potential, there will be the ability to dream, and more importantly change our reality which is beginning to be a nightmare into a utopia, without the help of the reality scripters. Though there rule was admirable as it lasted right?


Forgotten ’80s Cartoons – Bionic Six

bionic six cartoon

"Their powers can be turned on and off, and only last a certain amount of time before having to be recharged." Charged!? as in...

How do we fight back?

"Culture is not our friend. Culture is for other peoples convenience, and the conveniences of other institutions, churches, companies, tax collection schemes, what have you. It is not your friend. It insults you. It disempowers you. It uses and abuses you. None of us are well treated by culture and yet we glorify the creative potential of the individual, the rights of the individual, we understand the felt presence of experience which is most important but the culture is a perversion. It fetishises objects, it creates consumer mania, it preaches endless forms of fales happiness, endless forms of false understanding in the form of squirrelly religion and silly cults. It invites people to diminish themselves, and dehumanise themselves by behaving like machines, meme processors of memes passed down from Madison Avenue and Hollywood and what have you."

Audience member: How do we fight back?

"How do we fight back? It's a question worth answering."

Audience member: Where is this planet as an organism going?

"Same question as how do we fight back. I think that by creating art. Art. Man was not put on this planet to toil in the mud; or the god who put us on this planet to toil in the mud is no god I want to have any part of. It's some kind of Gnostic demon. It's some kind of cannibalistic demiurge that should be thoroughly renounced and rejected. By putting the art, pedal to the metal, we really, I think, maximise our humanness and become much more necessary and incomprehensible to the machines."

We need dreamers, and we have them...

We need warriors and you can be one of them...
(Some of them just have trouble remembering there place in the cosmic conflict)

Or will the time traveling hero even be human?