“An idea. Resilient, highly contagious. Once an idea has taken hold of the brain it’s almost impossible to iradicate. An idea that is fully formed, fully understood. That sticks, right in there somewhere.” That is one of the opening lines of “Inception” Christopher Nolan’s film about the nature of reality, dream states and dreams-within-dreams-within-dreams. As we look at Aurora and just about everything else on this planet and this level of consensus reality, its important to keep that one line in mind. What DiCaprio’s character is talking about, is about planting the seed of an idea in someone’s mind to get them to believe that it’s their own idea or their own thought.
When I started this blog, that was part of the thread that I was following and using astrology, both as a map and as a sort of cosmic de-coder, I/we could begin to not only view these events in terms of cosmic cycles, but also from the perspective that astrology, like almost everything else had been hijacked to reinforce a particular version of reality based on a symbolic, para-sympathetic response.
In the first part of this series, I saw Gemini occur again and again and again, not only as a dualistic theme in the first Batman film by Nolan, but also in the actors and writers associated with the film. There are as I counted them, Liam Neeson, Cillian Murphy, Morgan Freeman and Jonathan Nolan, Christopher Nolan’s brother, the writer of “Following” (more on that film later), “Memento” and “The Dark Night Rises.” There are two other signs, Aquarius and Libra which also show up prominently in Nolan’s films. Guy Pearce (Memento), Hugh Jackman (The Prestige) and Marrilon Cottilard (Inception and The Dark Knight Rises) are all Libras (the synthesis of duality through balance). Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Inception and The Dark Night Rises) and Christian Bale (All three Batman films and The Prestige) are both Aquarians.
Air is the element of magic and the temporal domain of Lucifer, being that he fell from the stars and all. Air, the sky, where Venus dwell as the morning-star, the plumed-serpent crown adorning his image on frescoes, walls and parchments. Air is the realm of ideas. It is the incubator of the inception. All of these actors bring their air to Nolan’s films and out of these films comes layer upon layer of a hyper-reality that is being super-imposed upon ours. This is the case with most films.
Our cells are holographic receptors. They hold and contain thousands of memories and are filed away into two distinct categories; love or fear. The fear based memories trigger anxiety, worry and stress. The love based memories trigger alignment, resonance and opportunity. Our cells are basically neutral. Its what we program them with, which can determine how our particular reality can unfold along a given line of emotion co-creating with intention. The thing that is the most powerful is exactly what Dom Cobb aka DiCaprio alludes to. Its when we think our thoughts are our own. Advertising has been exploiting this since Uncle Ed Bernays started to to tug on our Freudian proclivities and get us to do silly things like eat bacon and eggs for breakfast.
With an event like Aurora, we’re being shocked into thoughts like we need more gun control and more security. This is a trauma based inception. The trauma is a symptom of a psychopathological virus that has infested our collective psyche. Once the trauma occurs, then the programs are inserted. The problem with this methodology is that after repeated triggering, people are becoming more and more de-sensitized to the trauma itself. Holding up the theater of the trauma then becomes increasingly more difficult to sustain as well. Using Nolan’s own metaphor from “Inception” that once the sub-conscious feels as though it is being manipulated, it will turn on the dreamer and produce the manifestations of the dreamer’s buried psychosis. This is the case on the collective level as well. There is a tipping point with the dream matrix where the collective sub-conscious will re-coil upon the architects of the dream. How can that be ameliorated? Well, lets take the Olympics for example. I won’t get into a specific, blow-by-blow breakdown of the opening ceremonies, save the fact that I thought that using the theme for the Exorcist in conjunction with dozens and dozens illuminated beds, filled with orphans, attended to by nurse-mom, Mary Poppins look-a-likes, was a very interesting choice of symbols, images and sounds to say the least.
But in terms of what the Olympics were on the back-end of Aurora, was the sense that the world is a safe and loving place, that we can all come together as one and the Queen Mum is the May Queen, Isis herself of this world. The fanfare of the Zion Olympics is inserted into the psychic wound of Aurora and now we have this idea that they are a grand event and these are wonderful people. Thus the thought becomes our own, theoretically. We have to believe its ours from the jump
Let’s get back into the cinematrix of duality, Gemini, timelines and dreams within dreams.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been acting since he was a child. Both of his parents are Jewish. They were influential in forming the “Progressive Jewish Alliance” which theoretically could be characterized as the current state of the democratic party. Gordon played Tommy “Solomon” in “3rd Rock From The Sun” where a critic from the S.F. Chronicle noted that he was a Jewish kid acting as an alien, pretending to be a Jewish kid. We’re talking three levels of reality (dream-within-a-dream-within-a-dream). Levitt is also the name of the first official suburb and planned housing development in the USA (Levitttown). Levittown became the matrix model for nearly all living in the 20th century. One of Gordon-Levitt’s early roles was as the “Scarecrow” in a play of “The Wizard Of Oz” at the age of four. MK Ultra score keepers duly take note.
One of his roles from the 90’s was in a series called, get ready for this one, “The Powers That Be” which aired for a brief time. It starred the late John Forsythe in an American comedy of manners about a Senator and his dysfunctional family in Washington D.C.. Gordon-Leviit also starred in Graeg Araki’s, “Mysterious Skin” where he played a sexually abused by who turns into a gay, male, prostitute. Of course he stars in the “Dark Night Rises” where he plays “John Blake” Batman’s ally, who, actually helps save Batman and Gotham City. Blake of course is also reference to Blake’s “New Jerusalem” and “London’s Dark Satanic Mills” which was a theme within-a-theme of the opening ceremonies. Again, the celluloid bleed and burn from one reality to the next, is carried on by an almost interchangeable cast of characters, signs, inferences, segues and dissolves. This was never more apparent than the bizarre sequence of yesterdays ceremonies when Daniel Craig as James Bond (let’s start there) enters Buckingham Palace and escorts the “real queen” to a helicopter, where they fly to the Olympic stadium and theoretically jump out the helicopter ala Bond. Director Danny Boyle went from film, to real time, to back to film and then real time again, demonstrating exactly what I’m talking about. Then the “real queen” pops out and into her box. Let the games begin!
Gordon-Leviit also bears an uncanny resemblance to Heath Ledger. Here’s a few pictures of the Ledger/Gordon-Levitt reflection.
Ledger of course played the joker in “The Dark Knight” and soon met his untimely end shortly after the film become a box office smash. The first person that was contacted when Ledger was found dead was Mary Kate-Olson, who had “allegedly” been having a secret liaison with Ledger and was feeding him bother over and under the counter drugs. Of course, Olson is a twin and a Gemini.
In the film, “The Imaginarium Of Dr. Parnassus” Ledger is found hanging by his neck beneath “Blackfriars” bridge. This is the same bridge where the powerful Italian banker, Roberto Calvi was found hanging as well. Terry Gilliam thought it would be a good homage to Calvi. if you have been reading this blog, you’ll remember that Jessica Savitch, the first female, national news anchor died a mysterious death in a car accident, where she and her date plunged into a river returning home from dinner, just days after she had interviewed Calv.
One of the themes of Dr. Parnassus is an alternate reality that people step into via a mirror, where they confront the best and worst parts of themselves, thanks to the mental construct of Parnassus, who is dreaming their dream for them. One of the main locations in the film, where Parnassus sets up shop so that people can enter the dream world is “Green Dragon Court” a borough of London.
What I’m attempting to illustrate, is that through a conscious process of mirroring and reflecting, double identities and the super-imposition of duality, upon a film based matrix, that reality as we know is a loosely based construct, a series of inceptions and the films of Nolan, with their interchangeable cast members, not only model this, but even promote it, psychically driving it home, spreading memes and dreams like viruses.
At the end of Inception (here comes the spoiler) what’s interesting is the resolution of Murphy’s character, Robert (Bright Star) Fischer (Fischer Prince/Christ) and his father Maurice (Dark One/Fischer King/God). At the film’s end a synthetic reality and outcome has been achieved where Robert’s failure/disappointment has been changed/altered by the idea that his father wants him to live own life and experience free will. Is it real? A trick of the mind? Is it a Luciferian meme that is a construct where man finds his own brilliance apart format the judgment of God The Father? Does it matter? In the next part we’ll look more directly at Aurora, now that we’ve reached the moment of inception.