Sunday, March 15, 2009

We're not in Milton Keynes anymore, Toto....

"All perception is a gamble" --Edmund Husserl

"Alchemist: We began in a fairytale and we came to life, but... is this life reality? No. It is a film. Zoom back camera. We are images, dreams, photographs. We must not stay here. Prisoners! We shall break the illusion. Goodbye to the Holy Mountain. Real life awaits us." --taken from Alejandro Jodorowski's "The Holy Mountain"

I noticed this post over at Dedroidify a couple of days ago, concerning photos of Harry Potter actress Emma Watson with "Be Emma" written in biro on her chest. This has caused some "mind-control" watchers to speculate that Watson "is" under some sort of control.

Dedroidify links to another site, called PseudOccult Media, which documents all sorts of media-types, particularly actors and fashion designers, photographers and models who have fallen under the "MK" (mind-kontrol, I'm guessing - after the infamous CIA program, MK-ULTRA) spell. The idea 'is' that the 'super-rich' and the "Illuminati" are finding these fame-hungry, abused souls and elevating them to 'star-status' to push the Illuminoid/rich cabal agenda. Mosbunall of them "are" groomed for slavery from a very young age, so the theory goes.

Benjamin Singleton, the bloke who runs the "PseudOccult Media" blog, goes through various TV shows and photo shoots, pointing out all of the symbols. A checkerboard floor has to do with masonic rituals, leopard/tiger print clothing and shoes 'are' the symbols of a sex-kitten slave, owls represent the worship of Molech, black/white patterns are suggestive of 'duality', having one eye obscured in a photo symbolises the "all-seeing eye", butterflies 'are' supposed to be Project Monarch. There's also plenty of numerology and letter symbolism thrown in for good measure. You have to know how to read the code, I guess. To me, some of these blogs almost seem like "Heat" magazine for paranoids. The bloggers seem sincere enough, though and they do go a long way to explain what they perceive as signals from the 'New World Order'.

Me, I dunno - mosbunall of it appears to be a "Thinker Thinks, Prover Proves" situation. If you're convinced that Britney Spears "is" mind-controlled, you'll find ample evidence to back up your suspicions. Likewise for fashionista photog David LaChapelle or Katy Perry. Then again, maybe they really 'are' under some sort of MK-ULTRA control techniques--I don't want to completely dismiss any of the bloggers as freakballs and nutjobs. I'm not sure if they're accomplishing their missions, either - if it's to make crap films and records, then I guess it's a resounding success. All facetiousness aside, I'm not really bothered if Lindsay Lohan spends her weekends at Area 51, making tin statues of Molech while dancing on a checkerboard floor..or if Disney's latest teen 'MK' opus makes trillions. I don't buy any (or intentionally listen to) Madonna or Miley Cyrus records. I don't really follow what fashions the "Pinks" (in Sub-Genius parlance) are into, or what their musical or film tastes would be. This may make me a 'blinkered' and 'sleeping' critter, according to these blogs. I agree that Disney product seems abhorrent, being as it 'is', a mega-corporation with profit-making as it's ultimate bottom-line, but I try not to contribute directly to it's income (some CDs I purchase may be linked to it somehow).

I find these theories, at least for me, raise more questions than they answer. If I were part of the "real" Illuminati - would I make these masonic & symbolic 'clues' quite easy to spot, for someone who's looking for them? Or maybe I'd do that to deliberately throw any potential sleuths off of my trail, while saving the real code only for the 'inner circle'. Also, why infiltrate the fashion industry? Most of the Pinks can't afford the haute couture clothes. I personally don't look at any fashion magazines and a cursory look at my wardrobe will bear out any doubts as to my fondness for avoiding the latest trends. I guess the shadowy ones have a fondness for teenage Western girls' cash...maybe they did some market research. I suppose it's just one more branch of the media to control. Why mind-control yokels like Cyrus and Spears? Are they more susceptible than intelligent writers and musicians? Pop tarts seem to have a limited shelf-life..why not someone who'll be around for awhile (maybe that explains Madonna)? To paraphrase R.A.W., if this "is" the power-elite - they seem to be a bunch of fuck-ups to me.

So it appears I'm safe from this insidious programming attempt.......oh no...they got Alison Goldfrapp too? Damn! I've got a few of her records. I may have to get rid of my Electric Light Orchestra Eldorado album also--I forgot to mention that The Wizard Of Oz "is" a huge mind-control touch-stone, according to the conspiracy theorists. Sheesh..even The Simpsons? I have to wonder if there's some sort of counter-conspiracy going on. I mean, I wonder what agenda the people that wrote that "W.O.Oz" site have? Another thing R.A.W. said was that he doesn't believe there's one over-arching conspiracy - but several going at once, looking to undermine each other. There does seem to be a bit of a right-wing X-tian slant to some of these sites and blogs--all this anti-Masonic/Bilderberger/royal family stuff and concern over the welfare of children in an almost patronising tone. Hmmm...that does lead into the murky depths of Mask/Anti-Mask and Chapel Perilous. If the concern over these 'celebs' allegedly being mind-controlled is genuine, why not alert them? It all looks to be very voyeuristic to me--just waiting for the fresh news story or photo shoot or music video to pick over the symbols and colours.

I'm not convinced by any of the above 'evidence', but it does seem to be an interesting reality-tunnel to explore for a few days. Overall, though, I'm keeping my sense of agnosticism keen--after all, it's all just maya, illusion..isn't it?

13 comments:

Bogus Magus said...

Nice one PG.

I think you got it right. Of course, we can never quite get to the bottom of it. Some remains a simple knowing wink - Aha!

If am writing a piece and need a number I might make it 23, 42, 666 or 13 or something for no real reason – just as I might name a character something with an echo like Frances Yates, or Robert Anson. But it wouldn’t contribute much to the plot or meaning.

And I also agree about the too easily broken code. That reminds of the British Intelligence during WWII (although I doubt they invented it) planting fairly easily broken codes, with a layer of disinformation underneath, that they wanted believed. Mostly the glee of breaking a code would make it less likely that anyone would dig down another level to ‘the truth’. You can always then plant yet another level of untruth that leads the investigator round in a self-referential Strange Loop, and so on.

Mostly I agree that this looks like an example of What the Thinker thinks, the Prover proves. It seems like a pretty harmless hobby for some, and the beginnings of mental problems of obsession and paranoia for others.

And of course the conspiracy buff market appears quite large now, so deliberate ambiguity and teasers becomes an art in itself (think Donnie Darko and other such films).

The Purple Gooroo said...

Cheers, Bogus!

I think you nailed it with the WWII codes..that's what I was trying to get at.

I was going to go into Strange Loops, disinformation and that maybe these bloggers could be part of the 'conspiracy' itself, but then the post would've been twice as long.

Bogus Magus said...

Me personally, I could do with your amplified version (the extended mix) as I enjoy teasing these things out. If people feel too busy to read whole pages of stuff on the screen, well, tough.

As you know, even in the forums, I tend to drift into essay-writing rather than the more common terse posting and ripostes that people mostly do. Almost writing in texting style. Laconic. I just love these words, though. I can't help with the literary flourish, and a touch of deep thought. :-)

Don't get me wrong, I like sound bytes, slogans and even cliches (re-worked) but I don't see anything wrong in inviting people into a more extended rap.

You got [me thinking, anyway...

Bogus Magus said...

And with an open secret like this, it seems naive not to realise that designers and artists and all do not incorporate lively memes (like MK).

Why does David Beckham wear 23? Didn't Magic Johnson wear, oh no, maybe 32. Well there was some other basketball star in 23. Umm.

LeBron James. Whatever.

Minja said...

haven't read the whole thing yet, great read so far purple gooroo! but I looked at the pictures and it sure looks to me like somebody wrote on her with a bic pen or something like that... and this is perfectly normal and common behavior for young women. I used to leave english class with "bic tattoos" all over my arms from my friends drawing on me.

It never ceases to amaze me, how often I see the patterns I'm looking for! :) I know lots of codes, so I get hits quite constantly. The only way out of paranoia is to, as bob put it so eloquently, "remember that we're the ones that drew the lines".

Bogus Magus said...

Spot on - and exactly right, Minja!

Thanks for the reminder...

[walks off mumbling] "I am the one who draws the lines, I seem to be the one who draws the lines, I appear to draw the lines (Ah-hah!), I drew the lines..."

Bobby Campbell said...

"lines get drawn, maybe!"

Bogus Magus said...

Aha, the famous passive voice - often a good way to avoid the To Be or not To Be problem. :-)

Bobby Campbell said...

oh shucks! I should have followed the conversation more better...

Bogus Magus said...

heh heh
- no need Bobby.

I steered the subject away from Mind Kontrol into E-Prime - and the paranoid might even accuse me of throwing a distractor into the mix - some kind of fnord to stop you worrying about models and other celebrities being manipulated by sinister rich and powerful people. How surprised would I feel to find THAT out. Not.

On the other hand, maybe I just went off at a tangent - as I so often do - right off topic. :-)

Bogus Magus said...

yeah typos abound don't they - Fritz Springmeier (for those who don't follow these things). Although I might call him 'Fritzmeier' from now on, I like the elision.

An Illuminati Bloodline researcher (it's better than working for a living). Google him yerself, or buy the book(s). Or read 'critiques' of his work/life by 'fellow Christians' who don't like his role as 'self-proclaimed de-programmer', like this.

And make up your own mind, maybe.

He seems (to me) yet another man amazed that rich people have always manipulated people (think Machiavelli's The Prince), or that parents manipulate their children, and some even have very warped sex lives, etc.

I never said he didn't have a point, but I still wonder what we are supposed to do with the revelation.

Sid said...

The solution to the conundrum, “how could anyone detect the indetectable?” seems simple to me.

Because ‘They’ wanted you to detect it.

No-one will believe disinformation simply handed to them on a plate. If you hide it, however, and let the opposition ‘discover’ it, they may be more likely to believe it.

Within intelligence services, such simple camouflage might not fool anybody, and your victims seem likely to double-check. At this point, you make it harder (but not impossible) to crack the code to the deeper layer – and then plant more falsehoods – these can either point back to the original information (hidden in plain sight), or off in an entirely new direction (the wild-goose chase).

That’s the strange loop...and with everyone playing the same game, eventually no-one (as I understood RAW) has any idea ‘what is really going on.’

Here’s Bob, from Schrodinger’s Cat, on the subject...(all the way to Triple Loops).

Bobby Campbell said...

Okay, okay, I confess!

I'm a brainwashed zombie super all star lizard space man! My pockets are flush w/ Illuminati gold and I'm coming to get you all w/ my boogie touch!

<3
bc

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