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Nov 25 2014
As we sat in the dark, waiting for “Interstellar” to begin, there were some interesting coming attractions. The first that caught my eye was the latest, robot-feel-good flick, “Chappie” directed by Neil Blokamp (District 9 and Elysium), which stars Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel and Die Antwoord’s , Yolandi Visser. Without knowing too much about “Chappie” the trailer plot (filled in by yours truly) seems to be about a robot who is rejected, turned out onto the streets and befriended by street people. Can you see the rejected people/robot trope? In the course of a three-minute trailer, you can also see Chappie get humanized and beloved by his fellow rejects. Then it looks like Chappie gets in trouble, leads some sort of rebellion, and does so heroically. Get ready for scores of films comin’ acha , where the robots will be more evolved, beloved and human than humans. Time to soften us up and accept the coming robot race.
Neil Blokamp is making a career out of augmentation, mutation and automation. In District 9, Blokamp takes us into a world where a human cop morphs into an alien thanks to the alien blasting the cop with its DNA.
District 9 is a reality play on racism and exclusionary culture wrapped in a Sci-Fi flick.
Matt Damon plays an augmented human in “Elysium” where he becomes a transhuman super soldier who is going to take on the 1%, living in an upper atmospheric utopia.
Now here comes “Chappie” and another, Dickensian take by Blokamp on anything other than a straight human.
Then there’s “Exodus: Gods and Kings” a far less passive take on Moses and the flight from Egypt. Ridley Scott directs, Christian Bale leads his people, blah, blah, blah. Read the rest of this entry »
Mar 22 2014
Last week at SXSW, what was once a hush-hush getaway for music journalists deep in the heart of Texas, getting turned onto indie sounds, soft tacos, warms nights and cheap beer, became a ritual vortex when rapper, Rashad Owens turned his car into a death machine, plowing past barricades on the closed off Red River St. (Blood). Three people have now died, the latest being Sandy Thuy. Le, who died this past Monday.
The mayhem occurred just outside the Mohawk Club at 912 Red River, just a block away from Stubbs, where Lady Gaga would perform the following night, March 13th, which would mark the seventeen-year-anniversary of the Phoenix Lights and the 18th anniversary of “The Dunblaine Massacre.”
On the Stubbs stage, Gaga was puked on by “vomit artist” Millie Brown. Brown drinks colored milk and regurgitates it back in rainbow-like fashion.
Vomiting is a ritual that’s performed in some very dark circles. Obviously there is some Linda Blair back channeling going on here. But at least we have gone from cold, pea soup to rainbow skittle milk–now that’s what I call spiritual evolution!
This is Gaga, doing what she does best, bringing her own, unique brand of pop perversion and stepping it down to the masses, one-day and one block removed from what could now be termed, “The Red River Massacre.”
Owens started his death ride on 9th St. and ended on 11th St…Nine Eleven.
The chart for that event and time shows Saturn in Scorpio in the 12th House, squaring Mercury in Aquarius in the 3rd House. Mercury is movement and travel, the messenger of the gods. In the third house we see an Aquarian gathering on the local level (3rd House) and it is at a hard angle to Saturn roiling in the deep anonymity of the 12th. Scorpio, death is pulling hard on Hermes’ leash. Gaga has her Sun at 7 degrees, just south of transiting Uranus, her Sun is squaring transiting Pluto, which is appropriate because “Gaga” is “Pluto” in Sumerian and it’s a trickster god. She’s another one of Babylon’s whorish manifestations, an energetic projection and incarnation of Jack Parson’s and L.Ron Hubbard’s summoning known as “The Babalon Working.”
In my second installment on ‘”The Babalon Working Part” (Part II) over at Gaiam, I cover the strange and tangled web left behind in the wake of Jack Parsons, Marjorie Cameron and L. Ron Hubbard’s occult, menage-et-trois. The Babalon Working was an invocation of the dark goddess made manifest, risen from the loins Babylon in the latter 20th Century. As a result, we are now living in a daily occult ritual, staged 24/7, where soul thieving pop divas get puked on the stage of BBQ restaurants, while meat is cooked and seared into spiced carbonic clouds and possessed rappers take hold of the wheels of steel, turning it into a life mashing-death-machine.
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Over at Gaiam Tv, my latest forecast for Leo, Virgo, Libra and Scorpio is about to break. If you haven’t seen my other videos on Gaiam, these are some of the subjects I have covered; The Real Birthdate of Jesus, Pluto in Capricorn, The Dark Side of Aquarius and the general 2014 Forecast. You can see these videos and more by signing up for free, ten-day-trial, by simply clicking HERE.
Aug 26 2013
Each summer, Hollywood delivers it Blockbusters usually in the action/sci-fi genre.Typical, format of these films are a diverse random group coming together as a team to defeat a controlling force with evil sinister intentions.
Many look towards the 1977 classic ‘Star Wars’ as being the initial if accidental Summer Blockbuster that all others attempt to follow in terms of cutting-edge expensive graphics leading to a even greater profit in Tickets purchased at the Cinema connected with Merchandise.
Like many things in Pop Culture, things are based in collective opinion rather than fact.
The 38th summer since ‘Jaws’ has produced the evolution of the Hollywood Summer Blockbuster… Read the rest of this entry »