Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Comic Book "Reading"

More fun with Synchromysticism. Ok, I am a newb to this stuff, but it seems to me that a lot of syncing is based on patterns. Patterns is what astrologist and tarot readers use, so is it possible they were "synching"?

Ok, now follow me while I take you on a leap of faith. If looking at random cards or star and planet patterns can predict the future, could looking at comic book covers do the same? I don't know, but I have developed a system where I feed a certain word or phrase into a comic book search engine, then I look at the results. Some of them are very interesting, and some I can't make heads or tails out of.

I've been thinking of posting this for some time, and also thinking of what would be the best phrase to use for post purposes. I decided to go with 911truth.

First up is "More Than Mortal Truth's & Legends". Notice the Celtic Sun Cross in the title. It looks like a woman using green fire energy to fight one eyed Odin.

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Next we have a pioneer holding a smoking gun and trying to fend off wolves that are bent on devouring him. Notice the wooden towers illuminated by the sun.

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Men standing on a checkerboard floor surprised by a spectre coming out of the closet. The rays of light from the lamp form a pyramid. I wonder what is in those files on the left? Notice on the lower right hand corner the towers show up again.

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More green "djin" energy, and this time it forms a pyramid complete with the eye on top.

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Between the two towers, ascension occurs, and the wielder of the djin energy is in trouble.

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It looks like there is some infighting in the brotherhood secret society.

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Dead end for the wielder of the green energy, as he is unmasked.

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Justice at last.

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Pretty interesting isn't it? It's a system that works with synching keywords in the comic titles, recurrence of the words, and significant dates.


Michael Skaggs said...

This is great, glad I stopped by for a browse today! Nice covers! Firstly, I grew up on Green Lantern and when I was 6 or 7 I used to draw the mask/ring, color them, cut them out, and wear them. I know, silly me.

I wonder if those 'towers' you point out are really representative of the number 11? In my Numerology 101 post I did, that number is a Master Number. Now, if they are using it in conjunction with their "creations" (i.e. the comic book), then they using the symbolic power of that number to further their creation into reality? An interesting thought.

Nice covers by the way. Hal Jordan was always my favorite version.
I am thinking the ring is a Master Number 11 and the Letter O combination? Perhaps.

Be well my friend! Keep up the good work.

Ed said...

it could be an 11 and an o, mystic numbers are not my strongpoint. The Emerald Dawn cover had an II.

Anonymous said...

Just discovered your blog! Wanted to point something out. On the Pioneer comic (with the two trees), there are 4 wolves. There were also 4 planes directly involved on 9/11. In the picture, one wolf has been "shot down", as he lay dead in the field. The other 3 wolves (planes) are standing.