The coming digitally wrought solar turn, 2017, is almost upon us. It’s a frequential construct within a simple but stunningly powerful control apparatus we call the calendar. This perpetual machine was imposed on humankind alone, without consent at the time, and under duress. Its beginnings tell you which end of the spectrum it is aligned with.
Each click of the counter is now enthusiastically invoked and celebrated while dark projects are ejaculated ack-ack from deliberately chosen erections across the world, to impregnate the oospherical skies.
Some photos and footage of the tail-end of Storm Angus at Cym-yr-Eglwys, in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Followed by a brief outline of the Numerosymbology.
Somehow, some content is missing. The mention of ‘as above, so below’ referred to the storms and earthquakes occurring in the world. Prevalently air and water in storms, with a little fire in the form of lightning. The most active elements currently are earth, water and air. It is likely that fire, in some aspect, will soon come to match them.
Well the dark-side of 8 (and in triplicate) was unleashed upon humanity, yet again; and the poor souls near the Erawan Shrine in Ratchaprasong, Bangkok, and their countrymen and loved ones felt it’s fury.
8 is regarded as the ‘lucky’ number in Chinese culture – it’s one reason why the Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony took place on 8th August 2008 – 888 in the new Millennium code, the full date also adds to 8. In the space in-between, from the 9th August 2008 (when the ceremony concluded and the games proper began) until yesterdays atrocity was 2564 days (adds to 17 and then 8), or 7 years and 8 days. How the Darkness has the hots for number 17. Ratchaprasong is crammed with 8-aspect related features and includes the Erawan (88) Shrine, which housed a statue of the Thai Brahma, Phra Phrom. 80 days prior to the Beijing Olympics a new statue had been dedicated (on an 8 date in an 8-year) there to replace one that had been severely vandalised 62 (8) full days beforehand. Continue reading →