Saturday, June 28, 2008

Planet X

There is a lot of buzz going on lately about Planet X.
The story goes something like this. In the far reaches of out solar system there exists a planet/star that is beyond the scope of our telescopes. The scientists know it exists because of slight gravitational anomalies on the planets Pluto and Neptune. It has a highly elliptical orbit and it passes near the Earth every 3600 years or so, causing Earth changes with every passing. It would be vi sable to the naked eye if you were standing near the center of the south pole. When it passes near the Earth in the year 2012 it will cause the poles to shift, and chaos will follow. The government knows of it's existence and they are keeping it a secret for now because they do not want to cause a panic. (Also they are preparing for it themselves, and they can't let everyone in the underground bases.)
Now, is this story true? I don't know. The gravitational anomalies are a fact, so something is out there. When Pluto was discovered in 1935, scientist thought they had found planet x, but the anomalies still exist. Here are a couple of examples of planet X in pop culture.

From the eighties cartoon, Thundarr the Barbarian

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Monday, June 23, 2008

The Green Man and the Two Towers

For Those of you not familiar with sychromysticism, check out Jake Kotze's blog "The Blob." (link to the right)

In one of his videos, he explains his belief 9-11 was a "mega-ritual", designed to release the ancient Egyptian goddess Isis. Isis was married to her brother Osiris. Osiris is shown to have green skin in a recent post by Christopher Loring Knowles at the Secret Sun.

Now check out this comic book cover.

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The Martian Manhunter is the character looking at the NYC skyline. Between the two towers is the cave headquarters of the Justice League of America.

But if you don't know the context of the cover you would think it was Osiris looking at his wife's tomb located between the WTC. Is he longing for her return? This comic book was published in 1991.

The scene that this next one is taken from is Justice League Task Force #19. (At least the one on the left.)

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The cover date on that one is Jan 1995.

George Carlin Tribute

A video from Youtube. I didn't upload the video. It contains some cuss words so don't play it if such things offend you.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Firestorm 911

I posted this awhile back on a message board.

I was going through some old comics and found this from Firestorm #55 Jan 1 1987. It is very eerie. Image and video hosting by TinyPic

It is kind of hard to read the words from the scan, so I will reprint it here.

First caption"The asphalt had boiled off the cracked and broken pavement. Stone and steel have melted like wax down the front of the buildings. To lie in flaming pools of slag upon the blistered Earth."

Second caption"Thousands of people had remained in those buildings during the battle, trusting to the stone and steel, trusting to their champions, the heroes gifted with powers and abilities far beyond the abilities of mortal mankind, to protect them and keep them safe from harm."

Third caption"Of those people, not even ash remains."

I don't think comic book writers and artists are in on any kind of conspiracy but using a form of precog they probably don't even know they have.

In the comic, Firestorm was battling a supervillian named Brimstone in NYC. In the process, a couple of unnamed skyscrapers were destroyed.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Damn Republicrats!

When I took political science in college, I thought I had learned the difference between republicans and democrats. The republicans believed in small government, a conservative budget, low taxes, right to life, and a strong national defense. The Democrats believed in social programs, unions, abortion rights, civil rights, and they were considered to be the party of the working man. Years after graduating college I have come to realize there is no significant difference between the parties. Congress on C-Span is a show, kind of like professional wrestling for intellectuals. There are various proofs of this I could show you, but I am going to go with the hot topic of today, the Iraq war.

The democrats were elected in 2006 with a mandate from the American people to end the Iraq war. A couple of days before the election, the presumed Speaker of the House elect Nancy Pelosi said "impeachment is off the table" but only after the democrats were assured a victory. I remember the elected Democrats saying things like "The American people have spoken. They are tired of the infighting and they want both parties to work together to get things done." Total and utter bullshit. The democrats were elected to end our involvement in Iraq, and also to investigate lawbreaking by the administration. But inexplicably, every time a war spending measure came in front of the congress, they gave the president everything he wanted. The power of the purse was the only power the congress has over the legislative branch to force an end to the Iraq war, and they refused to use that power every single time the opportunity to use it came before them. I can only assume the reason is that they are as pro war as the republicans.
Well, don't look now, but it is that time again. An Iraq spending bill is now before the House of Representatives.. The people in congress see the majority of the public as stupid, and they treat us as such. The democrats have added riders to the bill, the two significant riders deal with extension of unemployment benefits and veterans education benefits. The Dems say the education benefits is a way to pay back our men and women in service for the brave work they do. THe White House says that such a good benefit would discourage veterans from re-enlisting, and would lead to a draft. Ok, here is the thing. There would be no need for a draft if there was no war! The Democrats attached the riders, and the republicans stepped into their script of smaller government and took up arms against the riders. They have been arguing about the riders for a couple of weeks now, and no one in congress is arguing about ending the Iraq war! Which is what the democrats were put in office to do in the first place! But to the average American citizen who gets his news in sound bytes is going to hear the democrats and the republicans are fighting over the Iraq war spending bill, and think to themselves "that's good they are standing up to them, I wonder what's for dinner tonight?" In my former career as a car salesman, I was trained to change the subject every time the issue of price came up, and do it in a way that would get the customer to forget about the price for now and think about how that Mustang GT felt when they shifter from 3rd gear to fourth. This is what is being done with the Iraq war. Instead of using their power of the purse to end the war, they are creating distractions. Don't get me wrong, I am for veterans benefits and extending unemployment compensation, but those things could be written on an independent bill and not tied to the war in Iraq.
Bush has said in a recent AP article that delay in approving the bill could mean no more paychecks for troops serving in Iraq after July. The sad thing is, I really do think they would cut out the checks of the men and women getting shot at but keep the billions of dollars going to the civilian contractors, contractors who are doing things like torching 80,000 dollar trucks when the get a flat tire so they can order a new truck and charge the taxpayers 250,000 k while keeping the 170,000 k as pure profit. They are letting this kind of shit go on and at the same time threatening soldiers paychecks as a way to get some kind of public outcry? The bullshit meter has reached full capacity my friends.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Comic Book Psychics

I remember reading an afterward by Stephen King in one of his Dark Tower books about how he didn't really write the Dark Tower, he "channeled" it. I found the concept fascinating. Some of the greatest novels in history came to the authors through dreams. A notable example would be Bram Stoker's Dracula.
I talked with a relative about this, and she told me that when she wrote her novel, it came to her from god. I have heard others call it the universal consciousness, and I have even heard some call it Mercury, messenger of the gods. (Hence the name of this blog). Anyway, where it comes from is not something I know, nor is it something I want to focus on in this post. What I want to focus on is that it exists. I have just seen too much evidence.

The following comic book cover was published in 1992.
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Deathstroke the Terminator was a soldier who fought in the Vietnam war named Slade Wilson. Slade was given some sort of super soldier formula and received enhanced strength as well as heightened senses. On this cover he is standing in an unnamed city that looks like a cross between Seattle and New York. Behind him is the smoking twin towers.

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Here is another one called Athena Inc, published January 2001

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I think the various artists responsible for these images were receiving them as some kind of warning. Speak up and let me know what you think.