Da Black Whole

Monday, April 14, 2008

Stellar Alliance

Eye See You!

Twenty years back, Ken Russell's The Lair of the White Worm predicted the West's regression to reptilianism, to occultism, pagan matriarchy. Two years earlier, fellow Brit film-maker Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth updated the Jesus "story" of the fallout when male spiritus collides with female materia.

Scorcese's Gangs of New York and The Last Temptation of Christ, of course, address the same issue, as do dozens of films from the past thirty years. Peckinpah's Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid westernizes it all, projecting the local cosmic-conflict "backwards" into the nineteenth century, while masked and anonymous casts the Whole Filthy Mess temporally forward a few years.

With hindsight, and like Russell's White Worm, Roeg's Man Who Fell proves horrifyingly accurate concerning occult activities and "spiritual matters" culminating during the past two decades.

(Philip Kindred Dick's "novel" VALIS used Man Who Fell as a key plot element -- not surprising, given the same source-well. Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land is, likewise, direct analog.)

In Man Who Fell, E.T. Thomas Jerome Newton (6+6+6) staggers around Pit Stop Terra, fruitlessly hoping to Do Good and bring water (love) back to his own dying civilization. Instead, he's given a Local Lesson, spiraling ever deeper into material corruption and addictions, used and betrayed by all-n-sundry.

The Three Little Maids
(The Mikado)

Early in The Man Who Fell to Earth, still disoriented by earthly ways, we find protagonist Newton in a japanese tea-house, trying to decode a kabuki performance by two Dualized combatants representing human Female and Male.

And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world. (John 8:23)

Everywhere else in the film, E.T. Newton is confronted and confused by the myriad deceptions, intrigues, artifices, and betrayals of human beings and society. Only in the kabuki performance -- which he begins to grok far too late -- is the false-front of planetary reality peeled back.

The emotionless, Ms. and Mr. Roboto kabuki performers -- Americans used often to call oriental theatre/performers "celestials" -- attempt to warn our Starman. Like Jesus, Newton is quintessentially male. Though fallen, as the film's title assures, he's still The Man.

When it comes to Earth and her ways, however, he ain't got Kloo One.

Then said they unto him, Where is thy Father? Jesus answered, Ye neither know me, nor my Father: if ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also. (John 8:19)

Lost on befuddled Newton, the stern visages and exaggerated kata of the kabuki dance reveal the War for Power underlying male/female relations on this planet -- so antithetical and confounding to spititual representative Newton. While the kabuki duo, Ms. Yin and Mr. Yang stalk and posture, seeking weaknesses, deploying their bodies against one another like landmines, the scene intercuts with The Professor -- one of Newton's betrayers -- sexually exploiting one of his young students.
As The Professor nears climax, the female kabuki player finally seizes the advantage, and The Professor's orgasm occurs simultaneous with the disempowerment, resignation, and servile bow of the male kabuki player towards his conqeror, Woman.

E.T. Newton, expecting to witness, well, something a bit more tender, blanches at reality, having only enough experience and wits to lurch out of the horrorshow and into the street, sparing himself witness of the Deathblow. But gravity is already in motion, and he beneath. Like the male performer, Newton's fate is long sealed.

In a Completely Unrelated Event

by Justin Cole
Sun Apr 13, 10:23 PM ET

WASHINGTON (AFP) - A stellar alliance of women from government, advocacy groups, faith-based organizations and Hollywood launched a major anti-poverty campaign Sunday to help poor women and girls around the world.

The alliance, which has the backing of Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Queen Noor of Jordan and former US secretary of state Madeleine Albright among other luminaries, announced it had amassed fundraising commitments of 1.481 billion dollars at its first summit held at Washington's National Cathedral.

The Women, Faith and Development Alliance (WFDA) said the large war chest which has been raised so far will cumulatively benefit one billion women and girls living in crushing poverty worldwide.
"Every development expert knows that if you want a country to make progress, then empower women, educate girls, that's the way you do it and that's how we will tackle poverty," Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland, said at the summit opening.

Hundreds of supporters packed into the towering cathedral as the WFDA formally launched a campaign aimed in part at changing the policies of governments and multilateral institutions to help eradicate female poverty.
The alliance is also supported by Laura Bush, wife of US President George W. Bush, the former prime minister of Canada, Kim Campbell, and Hollywood actress Ashley Judd.

Ritu Sharma Fox, a co-founder and president of Women Thrive Worldwide, said ahead of the summit's opening that the funds promised so far will benefit over one billion poor women and girls around the world.

WFDA is lobbying governments and international agencies to provide several billion more dollars to support the female anti-poverty drive.
The United Nations Population Fund is one of the biggest backers so far and has made a commitment of 500 million dollars over several years to address maternal mortality and to stop violence against women.

Islamic Relief has pledged 43 million dollars to improve education, basic health care and water access for over one million women and girls.

Catholic Relief Services, World Vision, the Muslim Women's Conference and Religions for Peace have also signed up to the broad inter-faith grouping which is being supported by the US healthcare products giant Johnson & Johnson as well as other groups and corporations.

Activists and supporters from around the world attended the summit following two years of planning. Attendees, including Robinson, Albright, Campbell and Judd, were entertained by colorful dance troupes and youth music groups.

The women- and girl-focused campaign, like other global anti-poverty drives, faces immense challenges.

UN figures show that women represent 70 percent of the world's poor, own just one percent of titled land, and make up two-thirds of the world's illiterate people.

Poverty experts estimate there are between 1.0 and 1.2 billion people around the world who exist on less than one dollar a day, many of whom live in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

"Women and girls around the world face grave challenges. In Africa, my home continent, and in many other places our sisters make up seventy percent of the nearly 2.5 billion poorest and most vulnerable people on earth," South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu said in a video message relayed to the summit.

Activists say impoverished women face particular hardships, especially in conflict zones where they are raped and abused, but they say women are often more careful than men with money and better at fostering support networks.

"We are global. We are united. We do not accept that 500,000 women should die each year because of avoidable complications in pregnancy," Albright told the summit.

The UN estimates that half a million women die every year due to preventable complications from pregnancy.

Magdalene (Maddy) Albright, Mama Bush, Holly Wood, Ms. Fox . . . gang's all there!

Why, (Mother) Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland, is already a Global Elder! She proclaims to the nations:

If you want a country to make progress, then empower women.

Empower women? What happened to feeding the poor, aiding the impoverished, the downtrodden? Wasn't that the stated agenda?

We are global. We are united.

Doesn't sound like Oppression to little d.
Sounds more like Gloat, with a strong undercurrent of Promised Threat.
They got the Church of England, the Catholics, and the Muslims to come together, in the cause of entitling and worshipping woman. LOL!!

Ashley [Law of Ashes] Judd, that twofaced American Womanfirster, adds glitter to the other"luminaries."

The UN, longstanding bastion of NWO feminism, is also involved. Wooda never gessed.
Hey! Isn't Oprah the First Ambassador to the Global Elders?
nice uroboric logo!

One Ring to rule them all
One ring to find them
One ring to bring them all
And in the darkness bind them

Our last post, "This is International Standards," delved into the occulture of the words cole, coal, and kohl. The principle meaning of cole was magician (illusionist, artificer.)

Author of the above agitprop: Just in Cole.

In the masscom age, the battleground is the collective mind -- conscious, unconscious, and states in-tween. Those who shape and control those minds, particularly through mass marketing, media, education, and entertainment propaganda, rule the planet.
This is especially true in "democracies" where The People, when unamenable to dupage by appeal to self-interest, are eminently dupable by other means.

In addition to Hollywood, the Women, Faith and Development Alliance has corporate sponsorship from Johnson & Johnson.
Double-headed Janus, anyone?

Brief interlude from The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan:

January is named for Janus (Ianuarius), the God of gates, doors, doorways, beginnings and endings in Roman mythology. He was usually depicted with two faces looking in opposite directions. His ability to see both forwards and backwards at the same time aided him in the pursuit of the nymph Carna whom he gave power over door hinges as a reward for her favors.

Janus was frequently used to symbolize change and transitions. . . .

Speaking of dubbles, also reappearing from prior posts, like a troo zombie, is "Archbishop" Desmond Tutu, Chairman of the Global Elders.
Let's see, now, O Great Holy Elder . . . global war on poverty benefitting women, girls, and . . . whoops! did we inadvertently leave A Certain Gender off of the NWO Anti-Poverty Gravytrain?

Check the list again. Women . . . check. Girls . . . check.

Nupe, nobody important missing. Sounds familiar alritee.

Guess the boys can starve. Serves 'em right, the little Oppressors.
Next time maybe they'll be more careful where they land.

Humbly dedicated to Ritu Sharma Fox, co-founder and president of Women Thrive Worldwide


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