I’ve still been obsessed by what Tracy Twyman wrote about Cain and Baphomet in Clock Shavings, and I think I found some parallels to it in Norse myth. But first, I wanna get one thing out of the way.
Pink Floyd’s album cover for Dark Side of the Moon is (in)famous, with a black triangle or pyramid acting as a prism to reflect a white beam into a rainbow beam.
This quite obviously has something to do with the black cube in hell, which is a prism where Cain and Baphomet are trapped. Except this black monolith is on the moon according to the album name. Perhaps the moon and hell are actually the same thing, in realms without time or space such details do not matter whether they are above or below. Alternatively the moon might be a reflection of hell.
There’s one Christian Youtuber, Round SaturnsEye, discussing lot of the same stuff as Twyman is. In one video he showed that the Dark Side of the Moon picture is lacking something. It makes a circle like the Ouroboros serpent.
That made me think of two things: Saturn and Bifröst from Norse mythology. A year ago I wrote about the European Space Agency showing a picture of Saturn’s rainbow rings. I also questioned the gay pride movement’s usage of the rainbow flag: “Perhaps this “pride” stuff is not about gay pride after all. Maybe the seemingly noble goal of sexual equality is used to entice useful idiots as bannermen for another cause. Could this cause be the Saturnian rainbow perchance?”
What this all means then? I don’t know, but I’d wager somehow the black prism somehow (alchemically?) changes the nature of light, it circles around Saturn and comes back to the moon to do another loop. This, I guess, would be David Icke’s moon-Saturn matrix. However, I couldn’t tell you whether it’s some evil satanic plot to imprison us in a this loop, or if this simply a metaphysical function of the world.
Anyways, for the sake of completeness I have to include this picture before moving on:
In Norse mythology the Bifröst is the rainbow bridge that connects the different worlds on world tree, Yggdrasil. I’ve long thought there are similarities to the Kabbalistic tree of life. Both have spheres suspended from it, and each contain worlds. The worlds on both trees may differ in their content, but the basic idea is very similar.
Would the tubes that connect the spheres on the tree of life be the Bifröst then? Is the dark monolith on the moon used to create the Bifröst to connect the worlds, or perhaps the monolith is used to create an artificial version of the Bifröst for demons to escape hell? Or the monolith prism is used to connect to the Bifröst so demons gain access to it. During Ragnarök, the Norse version of the apocalypse, the Muspell or sons of Muspell, who are fire giants or fire demons, attempt to cross the bridge, but it breaks.
Tracy Twyman mentions that many mythologies refer to a war in ancient times between two brothers. In the Judeo-Christian context this is the war in Eden between Cain and his brother aided by the Dohir kings (and the fall of Atlantis according to Baphomet). In Norse myth there’s the war between Æsir and Vanir. It’s not quite clear what the difference between these two groups is.
Wikipedia shows these two pictures about the Vanir:
It makes me think Aryan. Wikipedia comments that the Vanir “are a group of gods associated with fertility, wisdom, nature, magic, and the ability to see the future.” Perhaps they are the Nordic aliens. And I’ve heard it theorized that the aliens are merely people from the future. This could be why they can see the future. But I’m getting side-tracked here. The point is there was this war between two powerful factions in the ancient Norse world as in the Judeo-Christian world.
According to Tracy Twyman there isn’t just one cosmic cube, but two. In addition to the black cube, which she says is the city, Enoch, there’s a white cube, in heaven, I think. When the cubes meet the world will be destroyed except for the ones safe in the white cube. She associates the white cube New Jerusalem from the New Testament. New Jerusalem is a shining city that lands of earth after all of the turmoil and suffering after the events of the apocalypse have passed, and does something nice for the righteous survivors. I’ve wondered about New Jerusalem previously, and I’ve thought it sounds like a cosmic false flag or problem-reaction-solution alien mother ship. After people are exhausted with the end of the world scenario, the mother ship comes down and promises them all sorts of nice stuff. At this point no-one bothers to ask what their true intentions are. Anyways, this is just my paranoid conception of it.
Assuming the off-chance that I am wrong, New Jerusalem might be this white cubical floating city, or Ark. I think Asgård, the home of the Æsir might be the same exact thing. The kingdom of Asgård is the heaven in the Norse mythology, but also there is the city of Asgård, which is sometimes depicted as a floating city.
There are other parallel’s that I see, but I have to do something else, so I’ll finish here for now. I’ll continue with the stuff later.
Jolan tru! (It’s a Romulan greeting from Star Trek. I don’t know why I felt like saying it.)
“2015: Year of Light” // How Lucifer is using CERN to crack time (R$E): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueezh-MeSRQ
Saturn, Rainbows and other gay stuff: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2014/11/03/saturn-rainbows-and-other-gay-stuff/