Better the UFO you know Part 2
When the average person imagines a scientist, they most likely conjure up an image of a bespeckled nerd in a lab coat, an archetypal being of dispassioned rationality, immune to superstition and things that go bump in the night. Science is supposedly sterile and dispassionate, a sober affair conducted by sober men. Recently this narrative has begun to unfold. A certain distrust has begun to swell in the soul of the Average Joe, a result of the covid carnival that arrested two years of time. A certain contempt has developed, and the masses are now unsure if the high priests of the laboratory have their best interests at heart. However, this distrust of the scientific community has since been isolated to the medical field. The witch hunt only has its sights on virologists and abortion doctors. (I am officially reclaiming the phrase witch hunt as a good thing, shearing the term of all negative connotations). The higher sciences, astrophysics, and other fields concerned with the nature of reality, are still unimpeachable. “Down with the CDC and all, but who can be mad at the little old nerds in NASA?”
Science has never been wholly divorced from mysticism. I am now going to show you a video. A video containing all of the well-known popular physicists who appear in documentaries to scold you for your superstition, who are paraded around as the enlightened archons of the laws of reality.
Here we have the scientific intelligentsia allowing the mask to slip, as they explain that the hoodoo of theoretical physics is in fact a projection of the Zohar and other mystical strains of nonsense favored by the Renaissance occultists. There are really only two conclusions to be taken from this. Either the freaky near eastern mystics were 100 percent correct about the nature of reality, invalidating Christianity as we know it, or a group of people are projecting their own beliefs onto the supposedly objective pursuit of science. What a coincidence, that an ethnic group overrepresented in their field is finding that the nature of reality conforms to their ancient mystical texts. Of course, I am in no way placing the shoulder of blame onto this ethnic group, in fact, quite the opposite. The perpetrators of this “scientific” development were a group of Renaissance “Christians.” The Western humanist’s fascination with Kabballah finds its origo in a man named Pico della Mirandola. It was he who began the unholy synthesis known as “Christian Kabballah,” and sparked the paroxysm of fascination with Jewish mysticism that would enthrall Western occultists to this day. But that is a story for another time. Instead, we will see how the supposed objective science of today is a direct continuation of the smoke and mirrors of Renaissance hermeticism.
From Hoffman’s “Secret Societies”:
The real goal of my article today is to spread the germ of distrust, to have you understand that the hard objectivity of our friends in lab coats is anything but. That there is something sinister festering in scientific institutions like NASA. And then to present you with another possible explanation for the UFO phenomenon we are now experiencing.
(Before beginning, I would like to credit my friend UnconciousAbyss on twitter, who has been fundamental in leading me down a lot of these avenues of research. A lot of the pictures I will use come from him).
Before even really beginning I will feed you an appetizer. A recent discovery I made that should make you sweat. To demonstrate that there are sinister things bubbling behind the curtain.
On January 5, 2005, a team of scientists discovered the most massive dwarf planet in the solar system. They name it Eris. Eris is the Greek goddess of strife and discord. An ominous star heralds in the new year. But what is even more important to know for our purposes, is that Eris is the chief deity in the “satiric religion” of Discordianism. A “parody” religion popular in the latter half of the 20th century.
Discordians are obsessed with “the law of 5s” and the sacred number 23. Discordians perceive 5 as the most magical number and the occult bedrock of the universe, and because 2+3=5, 23 is held in strong regard as well.
Discordianism was a “satirical religion,” but beneath the goofy veneer, the movement is linked to much darker shit. I would need way more time to do it justice. But just know, all is not what it seems.
This could be just a coincidence, Eris is a Greek goddess, after all, no link to Discordianism. However:
For Nasa to be using the Discordian symbol the Hand of Eris for the planet, along with the fact it was discovered on January 5, 2005, leads me to believe otherwise.
A few days after the discovery, the most intense solar particle event in recorded history is observed, which occurred in bursts of 5s.
So, once again, it seems that a group of individuals in NASA are projecting their own beliefs onto the supposedly hallowed pursuit of astrophysics. Granted, this instance is a little more benign. A group of pranksters projecting an inside joke. But what about cases when members of the scientific community have darker beliefs? What would the implications be there?
Today we will be exploring a phantom thread that haunts the history of space travel.
From January to March 1918, the infamous occultist Aleister Crowley received a series of visions through his medium, the ‘Scarlet Woman,’ Roddie Minor. These Scarlet Women that Crowley had known throughout his life were a series of conduits for channeling messages from demonic or angelic entities. Crowley had a lifelong desire to go beyond mere communication with these beings, he wished to invoke or invite them in, to open gateways through the fabric of causality, to tear holes in the veil of the mundane. During his 1918 working, Crowley claims to have been successful in conjuring such an entity. An interdimensional being known by the name of Lam. What is striking about the depiction of the being that Crowley drew, is how closely it resembles popular depictions of extraterrestrials.
Crowley of course did not label this entity as an alien. He preferred the term Enochian entity. This of course is a direct nod to the Enochian Language of the 16th-century magus John Dee. We will return to Mr Dee later, as he plays a prime role in this bizarre odyssey.
But the eccentric figure we will now shift our focus to is the infamous Jack Parsons. The monumental legacy of Parsons on the history of space travel and aerospace engineering can not be overstated. And so it is curious that he is not a household name like other figures equally involved in the early space program. Instead of summarizing the man myself, I will now post a series of screenshots from Redfern’s book Final Events.
That's right, the man who, “invented the first rocket engine to use a castable, composite rocket propellant, and pioneered the advancement of both liquid-fuel and solid-fuel rockets,” was one of the most infamous occultists of the 20th century. I would need another ten pages to give a comprehensive summary of his depravity. Parsons was also best buds with another notorious weirdo, L Ron Hubbard, who he called “the most Thelemic man he had ever met.” Parsons had a penchant for performing occult rituals in the desert and first attempted to summon Satan in his bedroom in his early teens. What is fascinating about Parsons is he was self-taught. That’s right, a self-taught pioneer of rocket science. Parsons claimed that he was channeling this information from various entities.
Now, it is time to get even stranger. Parsons and L Ron Hubbard (yes, that L Ron Hubbard), conducted a series of rituals in 1946 in the desert of the American South West. In it, they continued the Babalon workings of Crowley while introducing a syncretic blend of Dee’s Enochian magic. Here is a good summary:
This idea that these rituals in the American southwest opened some kind of gateway, an interdimensional door and that the UFO phenomenon that arises at this time is directly linked is a hypothesis that was even endorsed by Parsons himself. Before we even continue with the rest of the article, I would like to point out something very strange. Get ready for a bit of a tangent.