much apoo about something

Owing to the resounding success of my last article I am persuaded to continue this topic a little further.

you cant be serious

A LOT of syncs have been showing up in this dirty topic.  And as all my work is inspired by events & (consistent syncs) that show up in my life, I will continue.

I stand for the return to life
that which is most wonderfully expressed
through …

children and animals

… un-adult-erated
children & animals.

And whatever perverts & attempts to destroy that will be un-stitched here to the best of my ability.

This is not an agree-with-me blog. However if you can watch a movie & come away with different views (or programming) & without feeling persecuted by them, then you should be able to read my articles similarly. Always there is play & a tongue in cheek element here. Hmmm … maybe I should be careful of that last sentiment with what is to follow.

In ‘How to Lose friends & Infuriate People’ the author talks of “activating everyone’s senses to detect evil“.

We definitely need to be able to detect evil if we are to protect who & what, we value.

And then we need to be willing to acknowledge
what we have detected it,
even …


… when it hurts like mad.

I mentioned in a previous article that I believe agendas are in place to keep our orifices open.

Below is a variety of quotes both fact & fiction, to sketch this out a little:

“They love the body’s orifices, the spirits: they are always looking for a way in”

“We should expect the orifices of the body to symbolise its specially vulnerable points”

“Today the Holy Spirit told me that when any orifice of the body is open, evil spirits have access to the body through that orifice”

“In particular, body orifices are considered vulnerable point of entry for the jnoun…”

“Jinn is an Arabic collective noun deriving from the Semitic root jnn (Arabic: جَنّ / جُنّ‎, jann), whose primary meaning is “to hide” or “to conceal”. Some authors interpret the word to mean, literally, “beings that are concealed from the senses”.”

So … in this article we are going to look a bit more at your butt. Well actually you’ll have to look at your own, I’m not interested.

However I am interested in the ‘butt opening agenda‘ that seems to be operating all over the place.

Even if you are a straight male it is highly likely that your bottom …


… will be probed in the not too distant future because of the fear of cancer.

Now I believe there is a homosexual bias (a gay agenda) in the world that is focused hard & fast on the male. There is a brotherhood here that is eons old. For some reason ,the  males body & his sexual energy …

… are lusted after in this place. Earlier article here

So looked at from this perspective, the gay agenda and the bowel cancer & prostate agenda can fall together quite easily under…


… the same
(butt-opening) umbrella.

Both the Celtic Rebel & Matt Delooze have talked of this in their own ways. Matt has spoken of a cult of Ass worship. So I’m not claiming credit for this. And in fact credit should be the last thing on anyone’s mind.

It’s really hard to write anything about a ‘gay agenda’ because so much programming has already taken place to put being gay on a protected centre stage. The same scenario is used time & time again. Inflict severe & inhuman punishment upon a group of people for decades or centuries & then …

sure to rise

… let them rise. And they will rise. Convinced they have earned their reward through years of suffering.

You only have to look into your own life to see that programme running. What we’re looking at here is the same thing on a grand scale.

So … with any kind of meteoric rise look for the warning light because in this world, which runs according to the workings of the cock, only one thing is certain …


– there will be a continual rise AND fall.

And the bigger the rise,
the longer & harder …

taken down

… the fall.

Please note: the fallen do not rise again, they are simply replaced.

I see this same system playing out with women. I call it the …


… ‘maenad agenda’.

“In Greek mythology, maenads … were the female followers of Dionysus and the most significant members of the Thiasus, the god’s retinue. Their name literally translates as “raving ones”.

It is being fuelled by the same kind of thinking …
we’ve suffered under men for too long, now 
it’s ‘our turn now’.




pawn prawn alert’.

Everyone – no matter what gender, race, religion, moral qualities or sexual proclivities you adhere too are all in this same prawn pot together and it’s gettig hotter.

So let’s take a look at two of the most important pawn religions.

First up we have the Church of cancer. If you do not think that religion is now a cancer oops I mean that cancer is now a religion, then try telling a joke about cancer or drawing a moustache on the sad face of a cancer victim in a magazine or newspaper. I bet you can’t.

The god of the cancer religion is fear. Its missionaries zealously spread the word, raise awareness and pass the (research) collection plate endlessly.  Cancer article here.

Now homosexuality is also a religion & its god /idol is sex.  Ass worship is its main focus. It too sends its priests out into the streets …


… to seek converts.

It also has a huge platform within the entertainment industry with free access into the lives of children, which means there will be many more …


… converts in the future.

This is an area where we should be willing to detect evil. The secret programming of children (& their very stupid parents). Here is an interesting link – I have not checked it all out but it seems to do a good job detecting this evil. 

Teasing out truth from lies is no easy feat, yet it’s the crux of this work.

If you want to crack the hidden codes you have got to stay alert to nuances, this stuff is hidden. However the more you are willing to see, the easier it gets to spot.

Calling out subliminal programming is NOT the same as hating on gays, men, women, vegetables or goldfish.

I recently helped a friend who was really troubled by some mind games being played by an old friend.  She was too close to see what was happening. I on the other hand was not, & it was easy for me to see how her ‘friend’ was hiding behind the friendship and using clever wording of questions / comments to manipulate her. Once I was able to point out the games this friend was playing she could see.

That’s what I’m trying to do here.

Point out the games.

Now a little more on the “gay” religion. It’s really a very old religion, going back to the cult of Dionysus:

“The Cult of Dionysus is strongly associated with satyrs, …


… centaurs, and sileni, and its characteristic symbols are the bull, the serpent, tigers/leopards, the ivy, and the wine. The Dionysia and Lenaia festivals in Athens were dedicated to Dionysus, as well as the Phallic processions.

The etymology of the word ‘gay’ is worth a look especially in light of its connection to all things shiny. See previous articles for this unfinished topic:

gay … “late 14c., “full of joy, merry; light-hearted, carefree;” also “wanton, lewd, lascivious“… Meaning “stately and beautiful; splendid and showily dressed” is from early 14c. Of things, “sumptuous, showy, rich, ornate,” mid-14c. of colors, etc., “shining, glittering, gleaming, bright, vivid,” late 14c.;

That shining, bright label suggests that this religion is directly under the auspices of the overlord here.

I recently came upon some research about a product that was manipulated into Hollywood & movies many years ago. So it is interesting to see how attacks on the bowel & the promotion of bowel cancer are being ahem … inserted.

The clip below is from a movie based on the TV series Spooks & is called The Greater Good.

At the end of the movie, a thoroughly nasty scene takes place – I’m not the only one who thought this:

“literally, the most spine chilling cold scene in a movie I’ve ever watched”

Geraldine is the traitorous head of the MI5 (it’s a very weak plot) & Harry is a rogue agent. The finale really surprised me. I’ll explain after you read or watch.

Harry: “In the end it comes down to who can tell the best lie longest. 

Geraldine: “So what’s your plan. Blow my brains out for my 10 year old niece to find?”

Harry: No, I simply want to offer you a way out. {Harry puts down a packet labelled “A Way Out” on the table]. This came from you I take it. What is it?

Geraldine: “It’s new. Perforates the small bowel over six hours or so causing irreversible hemorrhaging, leaves no trace …”

Geraldine: “You’re mad. Shoot me or get out I’m not taking that.”

Harry: “I was afraid that would be your answer, that’s why I’ve taken the decision out of your hands. It’s not your pub lunch that’s making you queasy, I had the rib of beef too”

Geraldine: “Tell me you’re lying Harry. Please”

Harry: “It’s been four hours already Geraldine. You can spend the last two in a hospital bed but if I were you I’d go & play with that beautiful niece of yours”

Ok here’s what was extra chilling for me.

Geraldine is played by the actress who played Lizzie in the quintessential Pride & Prejudice TV series twenty years ago. That show was beloved by millions, including me.

Lizzie & Darcy

It gave Colin Firth his epic rise to stardom. In the Spooks movie Geraldine is reminiscent of Lizzie, even without the wig I spotted her straight away.

Harry is played by Peter Firth. Now although there is supposedly no relationship with Colin Firth, the name twinning is very interesting & the fact they both played the leading male roles in Jane Austen productions:

“Peter Firth was an established stage actor for years before he found screen fame in the ’80s, largely thanks to his lead role as the handsome and well-read Henry Tilney in the BBC’s popular 1986 production of “Northanger Abbey.”

Nearly 10 years later Colin Firth burned his curl-topped visage into the minds of women everywhere with his portrayal of the iconic Mr. Darcy in the 1995 BBC production of “Pride and Prejudice.”

Watching  …


be murdered …


… by Henry Tilney was bad enough, but to imagine the noble Lizzie dying so ignominiously with her bowels blown apart was really horrible.

A mind fuck you might say.

And of course I have to ask why come up with that? It’s always been popular to ‘knock off’ spies & traitors with poison, but the graphic attack on the bowel seemed so unnecessary & for Lizzie, so unladylike. But as a method of creating fear & attention around the vulnerability of the bowel, well that’s something else. And using an iconic actress, well that’s as chilling as it comes.

It’s so easy to say ‘it’s only TV or a movie‘, but if these things didn’t ‘move us‘ the way they do we wouldn’t bother. This is strong magic.

Anyway a few more thoughts before we get to why I came back to this topic.

Why have the words shit & crap become so much a part of our everyday language. I for one who have used them liberally now choose to do the work of removing them from my vocabulary.

Why are there so many …

johnny english

…poop scenes in movies?

What was Gone With the Wind really about?

Set in the American South against the backdrop of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction era, the film tells the story of Scarlett O’Hara, the strong-willed daughter of a Georgia plantation owner. It follows her romantic pursuit of Ashley Wilkes, … and her subsequent marriage to Rhett Butler.

“butler … mid-13c. (as a surname late 12c.), from Anglo-French buteillier, Old French boteillier, “cup-bearer, butler, officer in charge of wine,”

”He had humbled her, hurt her, used her brutally through a wild mad night and she had gloried in it . . . .”

Hmmm, sounds like a satyr & a maenad. Now about that title …

Ok maybe I was just playing with that one…

Now here’s why I’m really here.

Last week at work I spotted a magazine in the bin. Actually it was a wonder I saw it at all, as it was in an out-of-the-way place I don’t normally go. But there it was showing a model with ‘chocolate ice cream’ smeared round her mouth. I shook my head. I shook my head sadly. Because the message is not about eating chocolate ice cream. This is part of the ass worship cult and the drive towards turning humanity into deviant gutter creatures.

However seeing the pics below as part of an advertising campaign for a large NZ/Australia bank required more than a head shake.

I don’t have the answers but I do have a question.

Does this look right to you?

September 30, 2018. Uncategorized. 4 comments.

making sense

Below is a link to an article of Matt Delooze’s that I am currently re-reading.

It connects with both my last article & an upcoming one.


Matt’s work is stimulating even if it just makes you angry :)

What I’m working to do is to give you a sense of how the hidden language we are being controlled by, works. I write because I care about those who have the guts to keep doing the work. And because I learn more by writing.

As always read everything (including my work) with 2% doubt.


September 19, 2018. Uncategorized. Leave a comment.

the great bowel push

As far as I’m concerned,
& I am concerned,
the marketing of bowel cancer

is just not cricket.

Or is it?

Welcome to an antidotal 2% piss-take on a very alimentary topic.

p.s. Please keep your mind in the gutter for the entire article.

bowelled out

Let’s begin by getting straight to the bottom
of what may be a cock’n’ball game.

“Cricket is one of many games in the “club ball” sphere that basically involve hitting a ball with a
hand-held implement [but] a key difference is the existence of a solid target structure, the wicket
(originally, it is thought, a “wicket gate” through which sheep were herded),
that the …

… bat(s)man
must defend”

“ball … “round object, compact spherical body,” also “a ball used in a game,” … Meaning “testicle” is from early 14c. … Many phrases are from sports …

The head must necessarily be steady, for it is most important that you should keep your eye fixedly on the ball from the moment that the club-head is lifted from the ground…“, “Hints on the Game of Golf,” 1886]”

“ball … “from French, from Old French baller …

… “to dance,”

“ball (v) … “to copulate” is first recorded 1940s in jazz slang”

Many sports have strong sexual connotations:

“… moments arise when, if you listen carefully, an announcer will use a term that will have duplicate meaning

We hear them all the time. A pitcher “delivering the high hard one” means he’s throwing fastballs up and in to opposing batters. A poker player “pushing all in” refers not to what you’re thinking but rather to the moment he moves his remaining chips to the middle of the table. … There are unlimited examples of sexual innuendo in sports. You just have to keep your ears perked. We have boxers “trading blows,” basketball players needing to “watch their back door,” and football players being “ball secure.” I’ve heard Ron Jaworski blast Christian Ponder’s inability to gain yardage when being blitzed by saying “You gotta make some plays with that loaded box.” NBA analyst Hubie Brown constantly talks about point guards being “quality ball-handlers” …

… and commends their “knack for finding the hole.”

I’ve heard Bill Raftery describe a college hoopster blocking a shot and saying “It’s amazing how quickly he gets up!” Going to the line to sink two free throws, I’ve heard another announcer say “he really needs a pair right now.”

… “I’m giving you about six inches here.” “His length is a factor” is another common one [and] …

… “I’m really loving this two-man action.”

So back to cricket.

Did you know that cricket is the Lord’s game?

“Lord’s is perhaps the greatest and most revered cricket stadium. It is widely referred to as the “Home of Cricket”.”

It is worth asking, “Which Lord?”

Having asked the question we should not be surprised to find that Lord’s had a white birth:

“The White Conduit Club (WCC) was a cricket club … [it] created the first Lord’s venue … It was essentially a gentlemen’s club”

As with so many things in this world there is an elite version & a plebs version. Perhaps the only real difference is that the elites may be more aware of the symbolic significance of their actions, or greedily or blindly take the perks, while the ‘plebs’ (us) are fed a swill version which we have swallowed way too often.

The joke has always been on us.

So … cricket is about protecting ‘the wicket’.

“wicket …

 … early 13c., “small door or gate

What if cricket is a form of symbolic & ritual ass protection …

… for the ruling elite?

And, like many other ‘sports’, used to glorify the …

… perverted predilections of the Western architects?

Or maybe it’s just a game. And I’m batty.

Let’s just see where this trail goes:

stool-ball … outdoor game similar to cricket, in 16c. and 17c. generally played by women alone … “The ‘stool’ was the wicket”

“Traditionally, ladies played with a blue ball because it was thought that the colour of a red ball would make them ‘faint clean away’”


Now this is interesting, note how the ass was connected to the seat of power or throne:

“stool … Old English stol “seat for one person,” … Originally used of thrones (as in cynestol “royal seat, throne”).”

A little revelation from a continent far, far away:

“The Golden Stool … is the royal and divine throne of the Ashanti people and the ultimate symbol of power in Asante. According to legend, Okomfo Anokye, High Priest and one of the two chief founders of the Asante Confederacy, caused the stool to descend from the sky and land on the lap of the first Asante king, Osei Tutu … the Golden Stool is believed to house the spirit of the Asante nation—living, dead and yet to be born.

Each stool is understood to be the seat of the owner’s soul”

Quite revealing n’est-ce pas?

Over time stools turned … intestinal:

“… decline in sense began with adoption of chair (n.) from French, which relegated stool to small seats without arms or backs, then to “privy” (early 15c.) and thence to “bowel movement” (1530s)”

OK back to cricket.

“… three vertical posts … support the bails and form the wicket. [They] are usually made of wood, most commonly ash:

“The tree’s common English name, “ash”, traces back to the Old English æsc, while the generic name originated in Latin. Both words also mean “spear

… in their respective languages”

Hmmm three spears.

Where else have you seen …

… three-headed ‘spears’?

And where else?

Continuing with the ‘new’ sexual predilections:

“With age ash may change their sexual function from predominantly male and hermaphrodite …

… towards femaleness”

The following, if correctly translated, adds an interesting twist.

“The first man, Ask, was formed from the “ash tree“.”

“In Norse mythology, Ask and Embla (from Old Norse: Askr ok Embla)—male and female respectively—were the first two humans, created by the gods … Old Norse askr literally means “ash tree”

Spirit they possessed not, sense they had not,
blood nor motive powers, nor goodly colour.
Spirit gave Odin, sense gave Hœnir,
blood gave Lodur, and goodly colour”

How very gollum-ish of them.

As an fyi, Yggrasil, the Norse ‘World Tree’ long said to be an ash tree may actually have been a yew.

If we get on the bandwagon & re-arrange your bowels – well everyone else is trying to do it – we get El’s bow or god’s bow:

“El, the general term for “deity” in Semitic languages as well as the name of the chief deity of the West Semites. … husband of Asherah, and father of all the other gods (except for Baal). His most common epithet was “the Bull,” but he was also sometimes called “Creator/Possessor of Heaven and Earth”.

Which reminds me of another sky-bow

As we’re playing let’s leap cultures & sexual procilivities in a single bound:

“Bifrost …

… is the rainbow bridge
… that connects…

Asgard (sound it out)
the world of the Aesir tribe of gods,
with Midgard, the world of humanity.

Of interest:

“Æsir is the plural of áss, óss “god

Of further interest:

“The bridge’s destruction during Ragnarök by the forces of Muspell is foretold”

And it’s this destruction that we looking at today. And it doesn’t matter whether you are straight or gay, because it’s your bowels that are in the hot seat right now.

Is this caring
or is it NLP?

It was this ad and two others like it, in a local shopping mall that fired me up to write what I thought would be a quick post.

It came hot on the heels of an un-requested bowel cancer test kit received in the mail courtesy of the health conscious NZ Govt. I did briefly consider locating and sending a specimen of bull shit.

Now both of these came hot on the heels of discovering that hundreds of thousands of envelopes have been printed for the Australian Govenmental “healthcare” system also pushing, wait for it, bowel cancer screening.

That is a ‘shitload’ of attention & focus & fear-mongering.

And this is just not cricket. Or is it?

Back to ash.

Or more precisely The Ashes.

Here’s the official story.

In August 1882, the Australian cricket team beat England for the first time on home soil at The Oval.

“a satirical obituary [was] published in a British newspaper, The Sporting Times … The obituary stated that English cricket had died, and “the body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia”.”


First a quick look at ovals

“oval … 1570s, from Modern Latin ovalis … literally “of or pertaining to an egg”

And eggs:

“For millennia and across the world, the egg has been a powerful symbol, representing the earth, fertility and resurrection

And now THE Oval:

“The Oval … is an international cricket ground in … South London … built on part of the former Kennington Common … Records show public executions were conducted frequently throughout the period that the common was also hosting cricket matches. In total 129 men and 12 women were executed at Kennington but there may well have been others. The first person was Sarah Elston who was burned at the stake” – i.e. she was turned to ash.

btw this is the alchemical symbol
for ash / cinder.

Strangely, a long-dead fellow from Matt Delooze’s home town of Burnley appeared as one of the most famous victims of the Oval. The tale is fitting for this article:.

“In 1746, the Jacobite officer Francis Towneley, along with other members of the Manchester Regiment, who had been captured during the failed Jacobite rising of 1745, were convicted of high treason and condemned to be hanged, drawn and quartered on the common … Towneley was killed before his body was eviscerated. His head was placed on a pike on Temple Bar

A highly decorative ‘commemorative’ card of the execution depicting his head on a spike was produced – an early sports card I guess – but I can’t bring myself to publish it here.

Part of what I’m wondering is if cancer treatments are a modern form of organ sacrifice & bowel cancer in particular, ritual disembowelling.

“Disembowelment or evisceration is the removal of some or all of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract (the bowels, or viscera), usually through a horizontal incision made across the abdominal area. … has also been used as a method of torture and execution. In such practices, disembowelment may be accompanied by other forms of torture, or the removal of other vital organs

The following just showed up under the disembowelling page of wiki. There’s more to this than I realised. Why choose ash?

“Nezahualcoyotl, a 15th-century Acolhuan ruler of Texcoco, a member of the Aztec Triple Alliance (now Mexico), promulgated a law code that was partially preserved. Those who had engaged in the passive role of homosexual anal intercourse had their intestines pulled out, then their bodies were filled with ash, and finally, were burnt. The active or penetrating partner was simply suffocated in a heap of ash

Back to The Ashes:

While most would read the following in a fun-slash-satirical light, the words certainly have a ritualistic tone:

“The mythical ashes immediately became associated with the 1882–83 series played in Australia, … the English captain Ivo Bligh … vowed to “regain those ashes”. The English media therefore dubbed the tour the quest to regain the Ashes

One last ash consideration before we shift to their containers. There’s always more … but we all have things to do:

“You can’t find ‘ashes to ashes, dust to dust’ in the Bible because it isn’t there! The phrase comes from the funeral service in the Book of Common Prayer, and it is based on Genesis 3:19, Genesis 18:27, Job 30:19, and Ecclesiastes 3:20. Those passages say that we begin and end as dust. Where did the ashes come from?

Let’s get back on track. Traditionally ashes go in an urn:

“The urn is an ancient symbol of death or mortality”

 “The drapes (also called a curtain or veil)
can mean sorrow or passage from one existence to another

“urn … late 14c., “large, rounded vase used to preserve the ashes of the dead,” from Latin urna “a jar, vessel of baked clay, water-jar; vessel for the ashes of the dead”

“Funerary urns (also called cinerary urns and burial urns) have been used by many civilizations. After death, corpses are cremated, and the ashes are collected and put in an urn”

The mythical Ashes of cricket also have an urn & on it a cryptic inscription, invoking said urn over & over. And did I mention, over:

“When Ivo goes back with the urn, the urn;
Studds, Steel, Read and Tylecote return, return;
The welkin will ring loud,
The great crowd will feel proud,
Seeing Barlow and Bates with the urn, the urn;
And the rest coming home with the urn.


“welkin (n.) … sky” (poetic), Old English wolcen “cloud,” …

… also “sky, heavens,”

“Proud … Most Indo-European languages use the same word for “proud” in its good and bad senses, but in many the bad sense seems to be the earlier one. The usual way to form the word is by some compound of terms for “over” or “high … words for “proud” in other Indo-European languages sometimes reflect a physical sense of being swollen or puffed up; such as Welsh balch, probably from a root meaning “to swell,” and Modern Greek kamari, from ancient Greek kamarou …

furnish with a vault or arched cover,” …

with a sense evolution via “make an arch,”

OK let’s consider why the bowels may be under attack. There’s much more to them than simply being the butt of a hundred jokes:

“bowel …c. 1300, usually plural, bowels, “human organs of the abdominal cavity,” … Transferred sense of “the viscera as the seat of emotions” is from late 14c.; especially “inner parts as the seat of pity or kindness,” hence “tenderness, compassion.” … Greek poets, from Aeschylus down, regarded the bowels as the seat of the more violent passions such as anger and love, but by the Hebrews they were seen as the seat of tender affections, especially kindness, benevolence, and compassion. Splankhnon was used in Septuagint to translate a Hebrew word, and from thence early Bibles in English rendered it in its literal sense as bowels, which thus acquired in English a secondary meaning of “pity, compassion” (late 14c.). But in later editions the word often was translated as heart”

Some intriguing points here. The bowels are seen as the home of human compassion. Wow!

Only the Greeks referred to the bowels as the seat of violent passions & lust & that …

… may have been necessary
to their way of life.

So what we may be looking at here, within the bowel somehow lies, the seat of our humanity.

Now this would make the attacks on it understandable. especially if we are in the ‘end times’.

Take a look at the meaning of the word eviscerate:

c. 1600 (figurative); 1620s (literal), from Latin evisceratus … “to disembowel,” from assimilated form of ex “out” (see ex-) + viscera “internal organs” (see viscera). Sometimes used 17c. in a figurative sense of “to bring out the deepest secrets of.”

Let’s wonder how long alchemy has been used to eviscerate:

“Jung spent the better part of the end of his life studying the subject of alchemy, which has been called the search for the godhead in matter. In typical “Jungian” style, his interest in alchemy developed from a vivid dream about an ancient library full of arcane books … Therefore, his main research project at the culmination of his career was around this topic of alchemy and how it related to the dynamics of consciousness”

“Before I discovered alchemy, I had a series of dreams which repeatedly dealt with the same theme. Beside my house stood another, that is to say, another wing or annex, which was strange to me. Each time I would wonder in my dream why I did not know this house, although it had apparently always been there. Finally came a dream in which I reached the other wing. I discovered there a wonderful library, dating largely from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Large, fat folio volumes, bound in pigskin, stood along the walls. Among them were a number of books embellished with copper engravings of a strange character, and illustrations containing curious symbols such as I had never seen before. At the time I did not know to what they referred; only much later did I recognize them as alchemical symbols. In the dream I was conscious only of the fascination exerted by the entire library”

What’s the bet that none of experts who have shaped our lives are what they seem?

Let’s go back further to ancient urns:

“Canopic jars used by the ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife … The canopic jars were four in number, each for the safekeeping of particular human organs: …

… the stomach, intestines, lungs, and liver, all of which, it was believed, would be needed in the afterlife. There was no jar for the heart”

Let’s zoom in on the first guy in the line up – Qebehsenuef:

“Qebehsenuef (“He who refreshes his brothers”) is an ancient Egyptian deity. He is one of the four sons of Horus in Egyptian mythology, the god of protection and of the West. In the preparation of mummies, his canopic jar was used for the intestines. He is seen as a mummy with a falcon head. He was said to be protected by the goddess Serket.”

The alimentary play continues with Serket:

Serket … is the goddess of fertility, nature, animals, medicine, magic, and healing venomous stings and bites in Egyptian mythology, originally the deification of the scorpion”

“Serket often was said to protect the deities from Apep, the great snake-demon of evil, sometimes being depicted as the guard when Apep was captured”

Let’s creatively look at Apep from the alimentary perspective of this article:

“Apep … was the ancient Egyptian deity who embodied chaos … and was thus the opponent of light and Ma’at (order/truth). He appears in art

… as a giant serpent.

“Storytellers said that every day Apep must lie just below the horizon. This appropriately made him a part of the …

…  underworld

“It was thought that his terrifying roar would cause …

… the underworld to rumble”

“Apep …

… was hated and feared by the Egyptians”

“Ra (the sun) was worshipped as a savior”

“[At night] Apep would swallow the sun god … On Ra’s barge were a number of defenders

… who would

slit the snake’s belly
every day so that Ra could pass.

“Ra’s victory each night was thought to be ensured by the prayers of the Egyptian priests and worshippers at temples. The Egyptians practiced a number of rituals and superstitions that were thought to ward off Apep, and aid Ra to continue his journey across the sky”

What if Ra was all about worshipping the top half of the body & keeping the whole separated? When we are not whole we are powerless. Easy to manipulate.

I now have reason to think that the heart is different to what we think & has been assigned the wrong sentiment. I believe it is far more connected to male energy & this is why it was such a delectable offering to sun gods. Solar worship is all about cock worship. I think we are going to find that the cock connects strongly to the heart & both are symbolic fire.

The gut on the other hand is quite often despised & ridiculed. I find it quite possible that it equates with the feminine energy in its purest form – as opposed to the depravity we now see everywhere.

A little more on how despised & feared Apep was:

The Egyptian priests had a detailed guide to fighting Apep, referred to as The Books of Overthrowing Apep (or the Book of Apophis, in Greek).[11] The chapters described a gradual process of dismemberment and disposal, and include:

“Spitting Upon Apep
Defiling Apep with the Left Foot
Taking a Lance to Smite Apep
Fettering Apep
Taking a Knife to Smite Apep
Putting Fire Upon Apep”

I’ve run out of time so this is as much as I can get across atm.

There is a massive push for buying into bowel cancer & many people are going to swallow it & allow their bodies to be violated or cut open.

There are definite gut problems in the world but that doesn’t mean it’s cancer. Apart from food affecting us, there are other ways we can heal eg most of us have extremely tight fascia in this area. But that’s another article.

Now let’s wrap this up by seeing another urn hidden in plain sight.

“Ernest Wiseman, OBE (27 November 1925 – 21 March 1999), known by his stage name Ernie Wise, was an English comedian, best known as one half of the comedy duo Morecambe

loose stump

and Wise, who became a national institution on British television, especially for their Christmas specials

For those who don’t know them, these guys were huge. Satyrs of course, as all comedians are.

“The show was a significant part of British popular culture, and they have been described as “the most illustrious, and the best-loved, double-act that Britain has ever produced“.”

Their signature tune was a sneaky prayer to Ra to defeat Apep. It was called …

“Bring me Sunshine” & they sang it while dancing at the end of every show.

Eric who was the funny man always proclaimed to the world that his partner Ernie …

…was his “Ern”.

The spelling different …

… but the sense was always
of an ‘urn’.

Eric Morecambe died after giving a performance at the Roses Theatre. He was cremated. His ‘Urn’ lived on till the March 21 equinox in 1999.

A cheap ugly statue of Ernie Wise was unveiled in Morley, England in 2010:

“The town is built on seven hills: Scatcherd Hill, Dawson Hill, Daisy Hill, Chapel Hill, Hunger Hill, Troy Hill and Banks Hill”

In a sense this is where the urn of Eric Morecambe lies.

Ernie’s name Wise also seems to be significant. Wisdom is touted in strange places that leaves me with many questions now.

A very curious statement about the statue caught my eye:

“Sorry, but this statue, which is outside the main Post Office in Morley town centre, doesn’t bear a great resemblance to the man himself. In my opinion, it looks more like Norman Wisdom

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When you are watching tv & movies pay attention to how often urns appear in the background

September 10, 2018. Uncategorized. Leave a comment.

A little more on friends

Months ago I bought a book of old children’s verse and never got round to reading it.

Days ago I flicked it open & found the poem that follows.

It says so much about how friendship has been confused & contorted.

“Over the grass a hedgehog came …

Questing the air for scents of food
And the cracked twig of danger.
He shuffled near in the gloom. Then stopped.
He was aware of me. I went up,
Bent low to look at him, and saw …


His coat of lances pointing to my hand.
What could I do
To show I was no enemy?
I turned him over, inspected his small clenched paws,
His eyes expressionless as glass,
And did not know how I could speak,
By tongue or touch, the language of friend.

It was a grief to be a friend
Yet to be dumb; to offer peace
And bring the soldiers out. …”

up tight

Clifford Dyment

The writer or would-be-friend is full of good feeling & intention, but naively selfish.

Understandably, he yearns for connection but only on his own terms.

This is the cultivated variety of friendship we are presented with in the West. In the process of seeking incorrect connection we can cause each other to tighten, defend or glaze over.

I have some new ideas to present on this soonish, but don’t go looking for them in my next article  … that would just be be fiendish :)

Ciao for now

September 8, 2018. Uncategorized. Leave a comment.