What is the goal?
Ghostly images of soccer matches played in empty stadiums in Mexico scream of meme. Where are the crowds? The people? The humans? Remember them? While the idiotic match played on, the only live witness captured on video was a lone mascot in the stands, some indiscernible mammal was the stand in for the natural world, a cartoonish double, a grim symbol of our precarious connection to nature.
Last week, pre-Swine Flu, a good friend had recently re-connected with me. She is currently working on a screenplay, and she wanted me to cast a chart for the main character of her film. I thought it was a novel and great idea. Her characters name? Myth Swinborn can you say “swine-born?” I just made this connection tonight when we exchanged emails. Is The Swine Flu, the tale for public consumption being told to the masses a myth? Controversial journalist, Wayne Madsen thinks so and so do others. The gene jumping that this flu has done is nothing short of freakish, combining Swine Flu, Avian Flu and at least two strains of human flu. Madsen is convinced that the flu was cooked up somewhere other than a mutant porcine host.
In the last, interesting, amusing and eliptical (thanks Tessa) tale of creation intervention by god-like aliens, we looked briefly at what Zoosh/Robert Shapiro and others have called. “The Custodial Race.” I posted the question, “who are they and what the hell are they doing?”
Some might be familiar with the noirish, sci-fi classic, “Dark City” directed by Alex Proyas. In the film, mankind is asleep and a strange group of manipulative bad guys with bald heads put people in a trance during a perpetual night, then dramatically re-shape the landscape and the buildings, while assigning new identities and lives for everyone, so that when they awake, they have new memories for lives they have not yet lived. It’s an incredibly dramatic example for what we’re talking about, but just as applicable.
In John Carpenter’s low-budget classic, “They Live” a race of grotesque aliens operate secretly behind the scenes, while most of humanity is in a trance. It’s only when a stranger, played by Roddy Piper rolls into town and finds a pair of sunglasses that allows him to see the aliens without the mask of flesh that conceals their true identity. If we’re looking at cinematic portrayals, a fusion of these two examples might begin to explain the role and presence of such a custodial race.
One of the aspects we have looked at regarding Pluto in Capricorn is the rise of the corporatocracy, which is a stratification of management and their decisions, supporting the fusion of government and business. Mussolini was a huge fan of this model. He called it “fascism.” We looked at how the government at a federal level has intertwined with business, especially Wall Street to create something quite unfamiliar to the most fiscally conservative types. Tim Geithner moves between Wall Street and Pennsylvania Avenue like a shape-shifter, one moment listening deeply to big money interests, then pushing for record-breaking borrowing, which will ultimately trickle back down to those same interests in some form, without them ever being on the hook. That’s just one model. Now. we’re about to see something quite different, yet will achieve a similar effect in a different arena–big pharma. Continue reading “Pluto In Capricorn — Transforming The Nature Of Death — Part Eight — Swine Flu And Ancient Bloodlines”