Tuesday, January 11, 2011

paradigm of The Now

Blue or Red?
Left or Right?

Primacy of. . . .

The Group
The Individual

don't get trapped in your lens!

(it does make it easier to know what to believe and think though)


  1. The Justice and Strength cards are frequently switched in Tarot decks, so this seems to be the reason that Palin is both Harlequin and Babalon.

    Something about taking the red pileus--but why does "hat-red" have such negative implications?

    Sean Connery plays the Father archetype in numerous films. In Star Trek V, the crew travel to Sha Ka Ree (a deliberate play on "Sean Connery") and meet a Demiurgic God-figure.

    Is God Sean Connery? Or simply Scottish (Osiris McDuck)? There can be only One.

  2. Wise words, my friend. Aubergine is traditionally the color of royalty.

  3. Also, for a prodigious amount of Archetypal Dark Father symbolism, look at how Aleister Crow-ley (Khaled Khan) presented himself. The two highest degrees of the OTO are the 9th and 11th, with the 10th (X) being filled by Crowley himself. To become king, kill the king--the MEGA THERION.

    At the end of Return of the Jedi, Luke pulls off Vader's helmet, and it's Crowley. Is Evil Old Aleister proud of his Son?

    Crowley's daughters were named Lilith, Lola, and Lulu...



Abe's Axe is a symbol. Like the firey wand of Hermes, it is the conduit for bringing into action manifestations from the creative imagination. He is not killing vampires so much as freeing living dead men. The great emancipator would like to bring you into the 4th dimension of consciousness. He is going to have to kill you to do this, though. Or, actually, just annihilate your ego to transport you. In this instance, his axe is the craft. A craft is both a transport and a skill. The magician's wand is both. A pen can be mightier than the sword. What's your craft? Use your symbol well. . .

Heal The King!

Heal The King!