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Wednesday, 25 August 2010

THE LOST WORLDS OF 2001: MONOLITH(IS IS IT) - Pt.1


MONOLITH(IS IT)

Part 1

When Michael Jackson was reported to have died last year it led many to speculate that his death was a 'ritualistic murder'. Those who take this view argue Jackson had 'begun to talk too much' and certain people / groups (the often cited 'illuminati' for example) sought his death. Please watch the following video for an example of what Michael was said to have been beginning to talk about:


There also a number of alternate theories that seem to preoccupy the minds of people who think we have not been told the full story: some posit that Michael faked his own death in order to 'escape' the clutches of his 'handlers'. Some even speculate that he his is alive and well and will 'return' to 'expose the agenda of the illuminati' - a messiah narrative if ever there was one.  



In one youtube video on the subject, a viewer commented:

"Michael broke free a LONG time ago. he was just playing around with the occult- teasing them, mocking them. he said so himself- he could outsmart them, so they killed him, and he knew he would be killed; but tried to keep going- for us."

I believe the above view is simply wishful thinking. Whilst it is no doubt true that Michael was trying to articulate something in the years leading up to his death (referencing the presence of occult practices and 'black magic' in the music industry, the existence of a 'conspiracy' to slander him; the idea that most of what fills our history books is a 'lie' and describing the head of Sony music as 'the devil') he was, up until his alleged death an incredibly confused and controlled individual. Whilst it might be comforting and reassuring to think that Michael may have been in control and 'calling the shots' towards the end, all evidence points to the contrary. If one wants evidence of this then one need look no further than the revelation after Jackson's reported death, that popstar Lady Gaga was to be the supporting act for the This Is It concerts. If anyone doubts that Michael was not still under the control of his 'handlers', bearing in mind his previous remarks on the presence of 'black magic' in the music industry, I advise them to meditate on the significance of Lady Gaga being his 'supporting act'. See Vigalentcitizen for some in-depth articles on all things Gaga.

Before we proceed, it would be useful to further consider what I mean when I talk about Michael being a 'controlled individual'. I use this term in reference to the suggestion that Michael was a victim of what has come to be known as Dissociative Identity Disorder (previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder) and that this 'disorder' was something deliberately induced in him as a child - i.e. he was the victim of what has come to be known as Trauma based Mind Control). 

Firstly, to summarise what MPD / DID is:

"Multiple Personality Disorder, which is the same as Dissociative Identity Disorder, is a coping mechanism that very young children use to deal with the extreme stress that trauma causes. For most people, the trauma they are trying to cope with is severe and repeated sexual abuse that is usually being committed by a critical caregiver (such as someone in a parental role)... A child will use dissociation when they are being emotionally or physically harmed, may fear death will result if the situation continues, and are unable to physically escape the situation. Dissociation is a process in which the person mentally leaves the situation (such as imagining they are elsewhere), loses awareness of the environment or their body (such as no longer being aware of the sensations of pain), or believes that the abuse is happening to someone else (such as seeing the event happening to them as if they were a bystander). 

When the stressful situation is severe, repeated, or perpetrated by someone the child must maintain contact with, the dissociation becomes stronger. The child may try to forget the event and contain the memories in a mental lock-box, in order to keep relating to the perpetrator as needed (such as to act normal around the parent in order to continue getting love, food, shelter, and other basic needs). 

For some children the abuse is very intense, often repeated, may involve more than one perpetrator, and may result in the creation of Multiple Personality Disorder. Some researchers believe that a high level of intelligence and creativity increase the chances that MPD will form... These combined factors (stress, abilities, age) allow some people to create alternate personalities: other people who share the same body but can have different emotions, thoughts, skills, interests, etc. For these children it becomes life-saving to have another part of their brain become a different person, who can experience the abuse, contain the memories, have strained or severed relationships with the perpetrator, and hold the distress while the other child continues the needed relationship with the perpetrator. As the child grows they may continue to make alters to deal with abuse, stressful situations, life challenges, isolation/lonliness, fear, and other obstacles in their life.

Metaphor: Assume our brain has one box that can deal with holding all the stress in our life. Once that box gets filled, some things can slip out of the box (dissociation). If we realize we don't have enough room in the box, and can't afford to have a lot fall out of the box and clutter up our floor, we can try to create or find more containers. These containers can be big (personalities; alters; insiders, parts) or they may be little and hold only one or two items (fragments, pieces)." (http://www.2multiples.com/twcrew/47_page.html)

Secondly, let me now summarise what I mean by the term 'Trauma Based Mind Control':

"Mind-control programming...uses trauma-based mind control along with state of the art mind control to create humans who are totally controlled by a handler without even knowing that they are controlled. This is accomplished by sophisticated use of the brain's ability to disassociate, which is used to the extreme to create structured multiple personality-disordered minds.... Some slaves are turned into sleepers. They live normal lives but perhaps carry an assignment 40 years down the road at a prearranged date or a prearranged trigger." 

I also quote the following fro an excellent article from In2Worlds (http://in2worlds.net/mind-control-themes-and-programming-triggers-in-movies)

"The premise of trauma-based mind control (a version of which was known as the MK Ultra program) is to compartmentalize the brain, and then use techniques to access the different sections of the brain while the subject is hypnotized. Entire systems can be embedded into a persons mind, each with its own theme, access codes and trigger words. Some of the most common and popular symbolisms and themes in use are Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Wizard of Oz, mirrors, porcelain/harlequin masks, the phoenix/phoenix rising, rainbows, butterflies, owls, keys, carousels, puppets/marionettes and dolls, willow trees, tornadoes, spirals/helixes, castles, rings, hallways and doors, elevators and stairs."

As I said earlier, I do not intend to go into a lot of detail about the mechanics of MPD / DID / Trauma Based Mind Control. Although I have personally researched this area for over a decade I am not going to reinvent the wheel and go over what other people have already adequately described. You can research this yourself. Seek and you will find. A good starting point would be to research terms like "Multiple Personality Disorder" / "Dissociative Identity Disorder", "Project monarch", "MK Ultra", etc. However, a note of caution: please be aware that when doing your research that whilst some of what you read will no doubt be true, some of it may be inaccurate. Some of this inaccuracy is inevitable due to the necessary need to speculate on an area which is purposely 'hidden' from us. However, some of this will be the intentional mixing of truth with error, which is the design template for 'disinformation'. In fact it is also one of the design templates for mind-control. For example, if an abuser is dressed as Mickey Mouse, then when a child talks about what Mickey did to her, she can be discredited. The truth is that "Mickey Mouse' did abuse her, from a certain point of view. But it is also not true, as the person beneath the mask / costume is the person who actually abused her. If you want a good source for all things mind-control related then the best / cleanest source you can probably get is Pseudooccultmedia (see link on right hand side of this page), but do research this topic yourself. It is central to understanding what has been, what is, and what will be going on.  Indeed, when you begin to become familiar with the 'common language' of symbols and narratives that go hand in hand with mind control, you will start to see its 'calling cards' everywhere, most prominently in the entertainment industry.

Now, onto Michael Jackson, a man which many found to be an 'enigma' in his lifetime:

"Friends of Jackson have reported his tendency to slip into child-like characters that seem like alternate personalities, his favorite being Peter Pan, because he never has to grow up. He seems to be obsessed with the concept of wearing masks, and transmogrification, as demonstrated in the videos for his songs Thriller and Black or White. This desire to transform himself has obviously led to Jacksons disastrous plastic surgery, and presumably ties in with the fact that he forces his children to wear masks while they are in public. Indeed, viewers of Martin Bashirs famous 2003 documentary exposé of Michael Jackson saw that he appeared to live in a 24-hour fantasy world of his own making in which he pretended to be a child. He shows all the signs of someone suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder." (http://mindcontrol101.blogspot.com/2009/07/was-michael-jackson-mind-controlled-sex.html)


In 2003, Jackson told interviewer Martin Bashir, "I am Peter Pan." Bashir said, "No, you're Michael Jackson." Jackson replied, "I'm Peter Pan in my heart." As everyone knows, Jackson named his home "Neverland Ranch," after the 'fantasy island' of Neverland in the story of Peter Pan, where children never grow up.



Puer aeternus, Latin for eternal boy, is used in mythology to designate a 'child-god' who is forever young; psychologically it refers to an older man whose emotional life has remained at an adolescent level. Now or Neverland is a 1998 book written by Jungian analyst Ann Yeoman dealing with the puer aeternus in the form of Peter Pan. It states:

"Mythologically, Peter Pan is linked to...the young god who dies and is reborn...as well as to Mercury/Hermes, psychopomp and messenger of the gods who moves freely between the divine and human realms, and, of course, to the great goat-god Pan.... In early performances of Barrie's play, Peter Pan appeared on stage with both pipes and a live goat. Such undisguised references to the chthonic, often lascivious and far from childlike goat-god were, not surprisingly, soon excised from both play and novel."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puer_aeternus

Please note the remark that Peter Pan is related to the 'goat-god' Pan, as it is from this latter figure that our most common depictions of the devil are ultimately derived.


In thinking about Peter Pan representing the 'messenger of the gods' who 'moves freely between the divine and human realms' we also wish to consider this quote from Michael Jackson himself:

"I really believe that God chooses people to do certain things. I haven't scratched the surface yet of what my real purpose is for being here. I believe that all art has as its ultimate goal that union between the material and the spiritual, the human and the divine."

Peter Pan is often referred to as a modern representation of The Green Man, a motif which is found in many cultures around the world, primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, or "renaissance," representing the cycle of growth each spring. The Green Man is also often thought to be a representative of Osiris, or 'Oz' for short.



If you are not well versed on the Ancient Egyptian mythology surrounding the figure of Osiris, I recommend you read the following (a summary of the Isis/Osiris/Horus myth) as it will be necessary in order to understand much of what is in this post. 

The "Wizard of Oz' itself is often speculated to be a programming tool in Trauma Based Mind Control, portraying Dorothy being 'whisked away' by a tornado to 'another reality' - i.e. The process of disassociation. The 'Dark Side of the Rainbow', phenomenon, which refers to pairing the 1973 Pink Floyd music album 'The Dark Side of the Moon' with the visual portion of the 1939 film 'The Wizard of Oz' is reported to produce moments where the film and the album appear to correspond with each other. The album artwork for Dark Side Of The Moon is shown below:


The prism effect replicates the MPD / DID phenomenon - i.e. Just as a prism splits light into its components in the visual spectrum, so mind control compartmentalizes an individual's psyche into mutually exclusive components.

It is worth noting in relation to this that Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' appears to depict the mind control of a 'fictitious' pop star. 

The Prism effect also relates to the Rainbow, one of the other key symbols when it comes to looking at the 'calling cards' of Mind Control. As noted in this excellent article on the Wizard of Oz on Vigalent Citizen: "Somewhere Over the Rainbow' is probably the most dissociative song ever written and is often played in movies during violent or traumatizing events (see the movie Face-Off). The strange effect produced, where the violence doesnt seem real anymore, is exactly how dissociation works on mind-control victims." http://vigilantcitizen.com/?p=2282

Now in 1978, Jackson starred as 'The Scarecrow' in the musical The Wiz, the musical score of which was arranged by Quincy Jones (who went on to produce Off The Wall, Thriller and Bad). Michael's appearance as the scarecrow in this film is significant for a number of reasons. Firstly it is an adaption of Wizard of of OZ, which as stated is often thought to be a programming tool. The film takes place in a 'fantasy world' / alternate reality, (reminding us of the dissociation which takes place in the minds of mind control victims) where the island of Manhattan becomes the 'Emerald City', just as in Michael's life the Neverland Ranch doubled up for the fantasy island Neverland from the Peter Pan story. The fact that he plays the scarecrow also seems significant, as the scarecrow has 'no brain' which alludes to Jackson's potential mind control and 'programmable' status. The observant among may have already appreciated that Jackson was buried 'without his brain'. 



I personally find the manner in which which Michael first appears as the scarecrow in the film to be highly unsettling. He is presented as in a state of bondage and appears 'crucified', tying in with the theme of Pan and the dying / rising 'god' we looked at earlier in relation to The Green Man / Osiris. It also relates to 'The Hanged Man'. Please see my previous post 'Hanging Out The windows On The World (Trade Centre)' for more on this.

Those who will have read my previous post will also remember the symbolic connection between Oz, New York City, the World Trade Center (the Twin Towers appearing prominently in the film The Wiz) and The Hanged Man. Furthermore the letters 'O' and 'Z' are each one letter away from the letters 'N' and 'Y' solidifying the connection between New York and OZ. This is worth holding in mind as we will return to these themes later.

Michael also starred in the movie Moonwalker, in which the villain is in known as 'Mr Big'. His real name in the film is Frankie LiDeo, an obvious anagram of Frank DiLeo (Michael's then-manager).

Mr Big is drug-dealing mobster with a disciplined private army at his command. In the film he wants to make the entire population of Earth addicted to drugs, starting with children. He is obsessed with spiders, and we see them engulfing a model globe when making a speech about his burgeoning drug empire (see the post Toy Story 3 post for themes related to this) which symbolise the spread of his proposed control of the world. All his henchmen sport a spider crest on their uniforms. 

One very observant YouTuber, in relation to this film, noticed the connections between Jackson, Moonwalker and the film Blue Velvet by David Lynch. In Blue Velvet, our main protagonist Jeffery sneaks into the apartment of a singer, Dorothy Vallens (played by Isabella Rossellini) and  hides in a closet when she returns home, where he witnesses a visitor, Frank Booth (a violent psychopath), inflict bizarre sexual practices, (including inhaling an unidentified gas, dry humping, and sadomasochism) upon Dorothy.


We later discover that Frank has kidnapped Dorothy's husband and son to force her to perform sexual favours. In Blue Velvet Jeffery attempts to help Dorothy, only to discover the police seem to be 'in' on Frank's crimes. Frank eventually kidnaps Jeffery and takes him to a building where Dorothy's son is being held, in which we see the sign, in neon lettering, hidden in plain sight, reading 'This is It'. 



In reading the plot summary of Blue Velvet, the observant among you will notice the presence of 'Dorothy' and the immediate association we the viewer then will make with the most famous 'Dorothy' of all - Dorothy from the Wizard Of Oz. They will also notice how both Moonwalker and Blue Velvet feature as the 'villain' someone called Frank, who in both cases seems part of a wider conspiracy. In both cases the 'Frank' character is trying to control a singer - in Moonwalker it is Michael jackson and in Blue Velvet it is Dorothy. Significantly perhaps, and as already noted, the surname of the Frank character in Moonwalker (played by Joe Pesci) appears to be an anagram of Michael Jackson's then-manager's surname (LiDeo / DiLeo), who incidentally appeared as a mobster in Goodfellas, which also starred Joe Pesci. 

It should be noted that David Lynch's films deal extensively with symbols and narratives related to the themes of multiple personalities and trauma based mind control (see Mullholland Drive and Inland Empire for two highly pertinent examples of this). We might therefore find this Jackson / Lynch connection potentially very revealing, particularly as David Lynch has a much more direct connection to Michael Jackson, being responsible for directing a 'teaser commercial' for Jackson's album 'Dangerous', the cover artwork of which is loaded with occult symbology. Note for example the 'all seeing eye' to the bottom right of the picture, in-between 'twin pillars'.



You can see the David Lynch commercial here: 


A few remaining thoughts about Moonwalker. The first is that towards the very end of the film Michael Jackson transforms into a giant robot, reminding us of the The Scarecrow (as well as the Tin Man for that matter) from the Wizard Of Oz, due to the idea of being 'programable', without one's 'own' brain. 


The second is the theatrical poster for the film and the other-worldly, space themed nature of the artwork, as well as the spectrum of colour that features prominently down the centre, reminding us of the rainbow and the prism effect looked at earlier, tying into the compartmentalisation of the personality that happens during Trauma Based Mind Control.


Continuing to think about all things 'other worldly', in 1982, Jackson contributed the song "Someone In the Dark" to the storybook for the film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. The record won a Grammy for Best Album for Children. The E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial album package contains a storybook, allowing listeners to read along with Jackson as he narrates the tale of E.T. and his time on planet earth. The book contains a picture of E.T. placing his hands on Jackson's shoulders, with one of his fingers illuminating. The album recording features sound effects from the accompanying movie, as well as the voice of E.T.


The following Wikipedia article on E.T. states the following:

"Critic Henry Sheehan described the film as a retelling of Peter Pan from the perspective of a Lost Boy (Elliott): E.T. cannot survive physically on Earth, as Pan could not survive emotionally in Neverland; government scientists take the place of Neverlands pirates.  Vincent Canby of The New York Times similarly observed that the film "freely recycles elements from... Peter Pan and The Wizard of Oz"


No surprise then, that according to the biography 'Michael Jackson 'The Magic and the Madness', the pop singer had shown an attachment to the story of E.T. after a publicity photo shoot in which an animatronic robot of the extraterrestrial character hugged Jackson. The singer stated with wonderment, "He was so real that I was talking to him. I kissed him before I left. The next day, I missed him." Jackson would later reveal in an interview with Ebony magazine that he felt that the creature's story was similar to his own: 

"He's in a strange place and wants to be accepted which is a situation that I have found myself in many times when travelling from city to city all over the world. He's most comfortable with children, and I have a great love for kids. He gives love and wants love in return, which is me. And he has that super power which lets him lift off and fly whenever he wants to get away from things on Earth, and I can identify with that. He and I are alike in many ways". 



Please note that Jackson's 'super power' which he describes as being able to 'lift off and fly whenever he wants to get away from things on Earth' would be an apt description of the process of dissociation in response to trauma. Furthermore, the lyrics to the song 'Someone in the Dark" seem to take on a double meaning when we consider the prominent role sexual abuse plays in the creation of 'multiple personalities' as well as the the relationship between the abused / abuser.

"All alone wishing on stars
Waiting for you to find me
One sweet night I knew I would see
A stranger who'd be my friend

When someone in the dark reaches out to you
And touches off a spark that comes shining through
It tells you never be afraid
Then somewhere in your heart you can feel the glow
A light to keep you warm when the night winds blow
Like it was written in the stars I knew
My friend, my someone in the dark was you

Promise me we'll always be
Walking the world together
Hand in hand where dreams never end
My star secret friend and me

When someone in the dark reaches out to you
And touches off a spark that comes shining through
It tells you never be afraid
Then somewhere in your heart you can feel the glow
A light to keep you warm when the night winds blow
Look for the rainbow in the sky
I believe you and I
Could never really say goodbye
Wherever you may be
I'll look up and see
Someone in the dark for me
Wherever you may be
I'll look up and see
Someone in the dark for me"

The standout lines, in relation to everything we have touched upon so far, would be the lines:

"When someone in the dark reaches out to you
And touches off a spark that comes shining through"

"Walking the world together
Hand in hand where dreams never end
My star secret friend and me"

and of course:

"Look for the rainbow in the sky"

Finally, in  light of Jackson's involvement.in E.T., I also ask you to consider this shot from 'Entertainment Tonight'. of Jackson being taken out of his home in Beverly Hills after suffering cardiac arrest:



Jackson also starred in Captain EO, the Disney / George Lucas / Francis Ford Coppola venture that was shown at Disney theme parks in the 1980s and 1990s (and which has recently returned) in the EPCOT's 'Magic Eye' theatre. The story goes that Michael Jackson, a huge Disney fan, was still enjoying the fame and notoriety of his hit album Thriller when his financial advisor, David Geffen, suggested that Jackson make a movie for Disney. Imagineering's Rick Rothschild drew up three different story lines. Both he and Jackson picked the same one to do: Captain EO.


In the 17-minute 3D extravaganza, we see Captain EO and the crew of his spaceship on a mission to deliver a gift to "The Supreme Leader" - that gift being enlightenment / "illumination". The themes of the film are fairly Gnostic, in that just as in the Wizard Of Oz, The 'Supreme Leader' (akin to the 'Wizard' in the 'Wizard Of Oz') appears to be an allegorical representation of the God of The Bible / Quran (I.e. The God of Abraham) which in some strains of Gnosticism is associated with a 'demiurge' and is thought of as a 'charlatan', trying to keep people in spiritual darkness. The message of both films is that the 'spark of illumination' resides within and that one must rely oneself, not God. Fittingly then, Captain EO is loaded with masonic themes and imagery (and aired in the "Magic Eye" theatre of all places). Some of the lyrics from the song "We are here to change the word" provide some good examples of Masonic symbolism:

Captain EO: We're here to stimulate, eliminate, an' congregate, illuminate.

Captain EO: We're gonna shake it up, Break it up, We're sharing light brighter than the sun.

Captain EO: My brothers! My brothers! We're gonna change the world. 

It should be noted that EO is greek for 'dawn'.

Moving on to Disney's possible involvement with Trauma Based Mind Control, others have talked about this issue extensively and so again I am not going to repeat what has already been explored. However, one thing I do want to comment on is the film Fantasia, a film which some have speculated is specifically used as a programming tool in the creation of MPD / DID. Unless you are a victim yourself, I would highly recommend watching this film. In one of the film's most famous segments, 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice' (now a full blown live-action movie) Yen Sid (Disney spelt backwards) serves as the sorcerer under whom Mickey Mouse is an apprentice (an interesting message in itself). Yen Sid's powers are initially introduced by having him summon light out of a skull, forming it into first a bat-like shape, followed by a colorful butterfly. 


The butterfly is in the all important symbol here, due to the Monarch Butterfly's central role (along with the rainbow) in imagery / symbology relating to to Trauma Based Mind Control. 'Project Monarch' was claimed to be a CIA operation begun in the 1960s, a subproject of MK Ultra, which aimed to compartmentalise the mind into multiple personalities within a systematic framework. 




Of course, the butterfly is also an ancient symbol for resurrection which links in with the theme of the dying / rising 'god' theme we have already examined. In relation to the monarch butterfly being used as a symbol for trauma based mind control, the fact that in Fantasia it is Yen Sid (Disney spelt backwards) that 'conjures' / creates this butterfly seems very significant.



As the author of Psedooccultmediablog says: "Disney do not hide their motivations/beliefs at all if you have your eyes open" - the message being that we should all endeavour to remain conscious and keep our 'eyes wide open', as opposed to keeping our 'eyes wide shut' (the latter of which is movie whose subtext is all about Trauma-based mind control). Sadly, as Michael Jackson would sing in "They Don't Really Care About Us", there are "Some things in life they just dont wanna see..."



See you in Part 2...



4 comments:

numnum76 said...

wow! so detailed and extremely interesting, and i'm only thru part 1 yet!

Atlantean Times said...

Hi,

When Aldous Huxley wrote that the most twins ever created from one egg was 16,000 doesnt this strike you as very similar to Springmeirs claims that the max number of personalities a human brain can be split in to is 30,000.

The metaphor is perfect. The eggs are traumatised then allowed to recover during which time it divides and divides then traumatised again for yet more divisions.

Brave New World indeed.....G

dublinmick said...

I will have to set some time aside and read all this. No doubt Jackson was mind controlled though. I am having some comments disappear lately.

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