Saturday, July 7, 2012

Egyptian Occultism in Childrens-Pop-Culture

A must read blog post by a new friend. Don't ask me why, but this is somehow important. It's an essay titled: Egyptian Occultism in Childrens-Pop-Culture.

Randy Maugans from Off-Planet-Radio wrote a sister essay to the one above titled: Child Ritual Abuse Cults, The Media MONARCHy, and Far Too Late Disclosures

(expect more on this soon)


Annalie aka ArtemesiaSpeaks said...

Thanks for the link Mike! Also a follow up article on this article of mine is at Off Planet Radio, written by Randy Maugans:

Red Pill Junkie said...

It was an interesting article. Although personally I'm not ready to demonize Sesame Street —one of the first TV programs to try show a mixed-race cast which helped promote social integration.

Mike Clelland! said...

I am presently writing an essay about the Sesame Street episode. Big Bird meet Osiris!

I ma not out to demonize Sesame Street like the author of the blog post is doing.

I want to explore the murky zone of something welling up from the unconscious, and presenting itself (unknowingly) to the audience. I am quite certain that the episode wasn't written as a way to mind-control children.

But - it was written with an ancient occult ritual as a plot element. And, it was meant to be moody and evocative of a mysterious lost realm. I feel the creative process will force these memes to the surface, in a spontaneous way.

THere is a hidden message in this episode, but I don't think it was inserted by some controlling illuminoti-like group. (That said - it might have been)

Mike C!

Red Pill Junkie said...

>But - it was written with an ancient occult ritual as a plot element. And, it was meant to be moody and evocative of a mysterious lost realm. I feel the creative process will force these memes to the surface, in a spontaneous way.

Agreed completely. Creativity taking a life of its own. Which doesn't mean there can't be a 'co-participation' between the creative energies and an artist. Like Jeffrey Kripal says: First needs to come the 'Realization' (that we're being written in a story) before there can be 'Authorization' (trying to intervene in the plot of your own story).

Annalie aka Artemesiaspeaks said...

I guess I 'get' that my post is being seen as an attempt to 'demonize' Sesame Street.

I'm often accused of this, being a 'firestarter' of sorts. Something for me to look at, for sure. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Or am I feeding the chicken with my work? I'm still in the process of answering that for myself.

In the meantime, I'm not the only one pointing out the Henson crowd's involvement with the insertion of occult memes in pop culture and what these are reflecting as signs of a greater agenda.

See Vigilant Citizen's article about the film Labyrinth with Illuminati-made rock icon David Bowie:

Or analysis of Henson's son Brian's involvement with 'Sid the Science Kid' and the NWO vaccine agenda:

To quote Lennon, 'you may say I'm a dreamer [or a demonizer], but I'm not the only one.'

Its not an easy role to play, I can tell you that. Its hard to know what else to think when you sing a song in your head for 30 years and the shadow beings keep showing up when you do. To deny the correlation, to me, would be the very definition of cognitive dissonance.

That's just me. No offense taken, or meant to be given, I'm just trying to understand and explain what I've come to know and live for myself.

Red Pill Junkie said...

Annalie, it's not that we deny the inclusion of occult symbols in different manifestations of pop culture. With little effort we can find myriads of examples.

When we start to differ in our opinion, is in the assumption of whether these symbols repeat again and again in human culture due to factors outside human awareness or volition, or are indeed planted there by someone with an ulterior motive in mind.

I personally lean to the former. My opinion is that many people prefer to invoke a secret cabal of malignant puppet-masters, because the alternative —that human beings are not always in control of what happens in the world— is far more disquieting.

Better to think there's someone with a plan behind it all —even if the plan is horrifying...

Now, this alternative DOES NOT deny the possibility that there forces outside the human sphere that are trying to control events, maybe for the better, or for the worse.

Then again, I could be wrong...

Lucretia Heart said...

My own opinion on this sort of thing is still up in the air...

On the one hand, conspiracy theory thinking can lead almost anything to seem suspicious and under the ultimate control of nefarious organizations. Magickal/occult icons or rites are not necessarily inserted for the purpose of indoctrination. They can simply make for some pretty interesting stories. Mystery and ritual are not automatically evil. Knowing history as I do, such things can go either way. It all depends on why such things are being done, and how.

On the other hand--! (See, I didn't forget I wasn't sold on this issue either way.) I've had some experiences that I'm starting to believe might have had a human element that would sort of fit in with the 'secret agenda' thing. I'm still trying to figure it all out. I've also met a couple of people I feel certain were telling the truth about ritual abuse that happened to them in connection with either the psuedo-military or through elite societies.

Thus far, I'm refusing to either believe or disbelieve. I'm choosing instead to listen, consider, rule out some things but keep other things in mind as I go along.

I have no objection to someone pointing out the possibility of a connection there.