Mort de David Bowie Le chanteur star mondial David Bowie est décédé aujourd'hui à l'age de 69 ans. L'artiste était un sorcier noir de la cabale satanique, il venait tout juste d'achever son oeuvre par la sortie de son album Black Star, ou étoile noire en français. La version officielle est que le chanteur combattait secrètement un cancer mortel depuis environ 18 mois et que cet album était un cadeau d'adieu pour ses fans. La version occulte serait plutôt que David Bowie a été sacrifié rituellement après avoir réalisé une oeuvre particulièrement sombre visant à mener le plus d'âmes possible vers le satanisme. Son dernier titre est intitulé Lazarus, et on y voit l'artiste se vanter d'être "la haut", "au paradis". Dans l'évangile selon saint Jean, Lazare est un personnage qui est mort avant l'arrivée de Jésus à Béthanie et ressuscité par lui 4 jours après. La résurrection de Lazare, de part son coté surnaturel, est l'épisode le moins important de la vie de Jésus. Il y a 10 Commandements donné par Yahvé à Moïse.
Exploring the Little Known History of Celtic Warriors in Egypt Celtic warriors were one of the most important supports of Mediterranean armies. However, it is a little known fact that apart from their role in the Byzantium, these powerful warriors also had a strong connection with ancient Egypt. Nowadays, the Celtic languages and cultures are restricted to Ireland, parts of Scotland, Wales, Galicia in Spain and Brittany in France. However, Celtic-speaking tribes once controlled much of Europe before the rise of the Roman Empire. Groups of Celtic mercenaries and adventurers made their presence felt as far afield as Thrace, Greece, Judea, and Africa. It was during the 4th century BC that Celtic warriors first appeared in Greece, Italy and the Mediterranean islands. During the 4th and the beginning of the 3rd centuries BC they were employed in the region from Sparta to Syracuse. It is rarely reported that during the 3rd century BC, the Celts also acted as a support for the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt. Celtic warriors. Celts in Ptolemaic Egypt References:
The final mysteries of David Bowie’s Blackstar – Elvis, Crowley and 'the villa of Ormen' Nearly a fortnight after we were told “Look up here, I’m in heaven”, we’re still obsessing over David Bowie’s death. Pop detectives have been finding more cryptic clues about his demise from his last album, Blackstar, as well as discovering a tumblr that the man himself may have written. Here’s our handy, Illuminati-grade guide to the biggest work of death-art ever to hit the internet, to stop you swirling down a rabbit-hole of Bowie-sized proportions. 1 That album title Yes, it’s a name for a cancer lesion, although one usually associated with breast cancer, so its meaning in outer-space terminology is likely to have been far more significant for the Starman. As well as being the name of a “hidden planet” that the apocalyptically inclined think will crash into the Earth (“Guys! Maybe Bowie was also winking at his good friend, Mos Def, who had a collective with the same name, plus Black Star is the name of a little-known Elvis song that has being doing the rounds.
Sample Articles Gnosis #1: Gnosticism Ancient & Modern Article: Valentinus: A Gnostic for All Seasons by Stephan A. Hoeller Gnosis #6: Secret Societies Article: Freemasonry and the Hermetic Traditionby R.A. Gnosis #8: Alchemy Article: C.G. Gnosis #9: Northern Mysteries Article: The Controversy of the Occult Reichby John Roemer Gnosis #11: Ritual Article: The Gnosis of the Eucharist by Stephan A. Gnosis #12: Sects & Schisms Article: Wandering Bishopsby Stephan A. Gnosis #13: The Goddess Article: Goddesses, Yes; Goddess, No! Gnosis #17: Sex & Spirituality Introduction: Beyond Either/Or by Jay Kinney Book Review: Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav, reviewed by Jordan Gruber Gnosis #19: The Trickster Article: Trickster at the Crossroads by Eric Davis Gnosis #20: Gurdjieff & the Fourth Way Introduction: Meetings With a Remarkable Paradox by Richard Smoley Gnosis #22: Dreams Article: The Dream of the Sleeper by Refik Algan Gnosis #28: One God or Many? Gnosis #34: Healing Introduction: A Healing Tale by Jay Kinney
Forces occultes, exorcisme, OVNIs... - David Bowie et le paranormal La science-fiction et le paranormal tiennent une grande place dans l’oeuvre de David Bowie. Il y a bien sûr son personnage de Ziggy Stardust, messager de l’apocalypse d’une civilisation extraterrestre, sa chanson « Life on Mars » sur l’album « Hunky Dory » , le personnage d’alien égaré sur terre qu’il incarne dans « L’homme qui venait d’ailleurs » de Nicolas Roeg ou encore le roi des gobelins dans « Labyrinthe » de Jim Henson. Mais ces thématiques ne sont pas qu’une composante esthétique. David Bowie leur vouait un intérêt profond, voire une fascination, au risque, la drogue aidant, de s'y perdre Au milieu des années 70, David Bowie, a délaissé son personnage de Ziggy Stardust. Tina Turner, Amanda Lear, Mick Jagger… - David Bowie, une icône bisexuelle David Bowie ressent l’influence sinistre des meurtres de Charles Manson et de ses affidés. "Mes rencontres avec David Bowie" "Nous avons remarqué un objet étrange flottant au dessus d’un champ"
Ashley Olsen Florence Murder Inspires Amateur Online Sleuths The aftermath of Ashley Olsen’s death is an example of how, in the age of social media, the private can suddenly turn very public. The 35-year-old American woman’s body was discovered on Saturday, after her boyfriend persuaded her landlady to let him into her apartment in central Florence, Italy. By the next day, after the Italian press had broken the story, strangers had taken to Olsen’s Instagram page not just to post their condolences but also to search for clues and post theories about how she was killed. “I never knew her but she looked like a sweet and beautiful person!!” wrote one commenter, while others engaged in extended back-and-forths on who might be responsible for her death: “This is the act of an enraged obsessed boyfriend who was just broken up with! Case solved!” The circumstances are quite different, however. But just as Kercher’s private life came under intense scrutiny by the media in the aftermath of her murder, so has it been with Olsen.
David Bowies’ Gnostic Obsession With the Occult, Nazis and Cocaine Not many fans of the singer David Bowie (born as David Robert Jones in 1947) are aware that he had a secret obsession with the occult, Gnostic doctrines, the paranormal, Aleister Crowley, Nazi's and cocaine. He was by no means a Nazi himself, and in fact, his mother was Irish and part Jewish. It was also documented that in his younger years he was into the teachings of the Gnostics and Jewish Kabbalah. I found it fascinating that Bowie was interested in the occult and Gnosticism. There is an old story told of the seventeen–year–old Cameron Crowe who allegedly found Bowie secretly burning black candles against an aborted magical ritual during the LA period. In Bowie's 1971 song 'Quicksand' he sang: I'm closer to the Golden Dawn Immersed in Crowley's uniform of imagery. Bowie's extraterrestrials and silver pentagrams marked on their foreheads: "Extraterrestrials had been in the audience during his concerts at the Los Angeles Amphitheatre [in September 1974].
The Secret Sun: The Exegesis: That's the Spirit "Spiritual but not religious" is a phrase that's become increasingly common these days. What exactly the phrase means depends on who lays claim to it. For some it means they still believe in church teachings but prefer to sleep in on Sunday. For others (more than the former category, probably) it means a belief in angels, reincarnation, and a host of quasi-Christian/New Age syntheses. It's one of those times when language fails us, something that seems to happen more and more often when dealing with anything esoteric (see: Aliens, Ancient). You could fill a dictionary with words whose meaning has been degraded, tarnished or even reversed (like "hipster") in the past 30 years or so. Because of this, we have to use words provisionally, adding disclaimers like "but not religious" among many others. Unfortunately, even when all that is said and done, the concept of "spirit" itself is like quicksand. That's all fine with me. Not a comforting precedent. Metaphorically speaking, of course.
L’histoire juive secrète de David Bowie La rock star britannique Bowie, à la une des journaux actuellement pour son excellent album come-back, The Next Day (Columbia / ISO) – premier nouvel enregistrement en une décennie, largement et à juste titre salué comme son meilleur travail depuis 1980 Scary Monsters –avait déjà battu de 20 ans Madonna sur la Kabbale, chantant sur les sefirot, les vaisseaux mystiques de l’énergie divine, dans la chanson-titre de son album de 1976, Station to Station. Effectivement, Bowie chante : «Voici que nous, un mouvement magique de Kether à Malhouth » dans Station to Station, peut-être le seul usage de la terminologie kabbalistique en hébreu jamais chanté par une grande chanteuse pop internationale. Les paroles se réfèrent à des émanations divines de l’infini : Kether, (la couronne), la volonté divine ou de la lumière pure, et Malhouth, ou la royauté, le réceptacle nourri de cette lumière. Aujourd’hui, ces blâmes sur les questions de drogue de Bowie font partie du passé. Source
David Bowie's unaired 60 Minutes interviews David Bowie, the rock legend who died yesterday at 69, appeared on countless stages, in clubs, theaters and stadiums around the world. But he never appeared on 60 Minutes - well, not exactly. In fact, Bowie did agree to appear on the broadcast after he was contacted by Robert Zimet, a 60 Minutes editor. Zimet said he first heard "Ziggy Stardust" when he was 13 years old, growing up on Long Island. "From first listen," he said, David Bowie "was up there with The Beatles and The Who." From May to September in 2003, Bowie sat down for several interviews with the broadcast, but the story never came together for air. They reveal a complicated artist, whose interests and abilities went far beyond making records. Bowie's work was often avant-garde, but the man himself was "unbelievably down to earth," recalls 60 Minutes producer Peter Klein, who interviewed him in Woodstock, New York, where he was recording an album in 2003. He was also humble about his talents, the clip below suggests.
Tome On The Range | The Fall To Earth: David Bowie, Cocaine And The Occult For details of a free literary event including a reading from the book by Peter Doggett at Foyles on Charring Cross Road tonight, go to the end of the feature. The Unmaking of a Star #3: Cocaine and the Kabbalah I just wish Dave would get himself sorted fucking out. He’s totally confused, that lad... Cocaine was the fuel of the music industry in the seventies. Bowie was, and has been, more candid about his drug use during this period than most of his contemporaries, and various associates have fleshed out the picture. ‘Give cocaine to a man already wise,’ wrote occultist Aleister Crowley in 1917, ‘[and] if he be really master of himself, it will do him no harm. It was not entirely helpful that a man who was bordering on cocaine psychosis should choose to immerse himself in the occult enquiries that had exerted a more intellectual fascination over him five years earlier. STATION TO STATION (Bowie) Recorded September–November 1975; Station To Station LP. Peter Doggett
Latin American High Weirdness: 'Hand of Death' Satanic CIA Cult Network -- Puppet Masters -- Sott.net Latin American High Weirdness: The Cults Part I Since the end of the second World War Latin America has become something of a playground for the Cryptocracy. Cults, medical experiments, UFOs, drugs, Nazi war criminals, and the like have been in abundance in this region of the world in an especially bizarre fashion for over a half century. The isolation of many parts of Latin America coupled with its close proximity to the United States are a big reason for this. I also suspect that its potent mixture of religious practices make it an especially fertile region for PSYOPs. The 'New World', being in relative isolation from the Old, maintained some very ancient religions practices up to the time of the arrival of the Spanish. It was into this stew that the sorcerers of the US intelligence community and their allies in Europe (including former Nazis) boldly entered in the wake of World War II. Mengele Barbie "It was then that British Guiana saw the first stirrings for independence. Allende Delia
David Bowie,Le labyrinthe et la pédophilie rituelle Labyrinthe est un film sorti en 1986, dirigé par Jim Henson, connu pour son "Muppet show", et produit par la maison de production de George Lucas, Lucas Film. On note également la collaboration du dessinateur Brian Froud, spécialiste des illustrations et décors "fantasy", qui avait collaboré avec Henson sur une autre production, The Dark Crystal. Le film fut un naufrage financier, ayant coûté 25 millions de dollars, il n'engrange que avec peine 12.5 millions de dollars. Henson ne s'en remis jamais, pire il décède quelques années plus tard. Le film raconte les aventures de Sarah, jeune adolescente de 15 ans, qui est passionnée de conte de fées et par leurs créatures magiques. Elle vas se retrouver victime de cet attrait pour les mondes parallèles en envoyant infortunément son petit frère Tobby dans le royaume du roi gobelin, un androgyne, joué par David Bowie. Le mythe de Thésée Symbolique du labyrinthe Uniquement de la symbolique?