This guy does some of the best posts around. Though I don’t think he’s my biggest fan. I’ve made a couple attempts to engage him in the comments section of his blog and, while he approves all the other various, mindless, content-void messages of praise from others, he always seems to find it necessary to block and ignore anything Pasco Cruz might have to say.
I wonder if it would it be considered a type of mental disorder to be as enamored with the fact that so many people seem to hate my guts the way I am?
This fish iconography is EVERYWHERE in the ancient world. You can see it prominently displayed on the chest of the alleged preserved body of Gilgamesh that Bush stormed into Iraq to take possession of.
This post is largely inspired by the work of scholar Alvin Boyd Kuhn.
Fire and Water – Spirit and Matter
The elements of nature herself provide the most pregnant symbols for elucidating man’s situation as a spiritual being or god incarnated into animal flesh. Furthermore the same symbol set provides the clues as to man’s inevitable destiny back to Heaven once his imposed “death” in matter or the material realm has reached its culmination.
Everywhere in ancient scripture, fire was used to denote spirit, and water to denote matter. As we saw even in the very alphabet, the story of fire plunging into water, becoming engrossed in flesh, but not drowning in the flood of sensory experience – rather converting the water into steam (air is another spirit symbol) and setting the course for evolution back out of water, back to Deity. This involution/evolution process is the great Cycle of Necessity.
Aquarius pouring a double stream
Water, although mainly a symbol of matter, also doubles as pertaining to spirit. This dual meaning or reversibility of the symbols must forever be kept in mind. Thus you have the splitting of the primordial waters in Genesis, the waters above (heaven, spirit) and the waters below (earth, matter).
Kuhn, in The Lost Light, writes, “the zodiacal sign of Aquarius is the Waterman pouring from an urn the water of life in a double stream. The sacred literature is filled with references to the two waters, or the water of the double source. In many myths there are two streams, two springs, two wells, two lakes. Cosmically the two indicate the original fission of God’s being into the two poles of positive and negative life, or spirit and matter….In the lower world it is reflected in the division between the water of the air above and on the earth below, vapor (spirit) and liquid (matter), cloud on high and stream on the ground. Sometimes the goddesses representing primal fecundity are cut in two, as Tiamat, Isis, Neith, Hathor, Apt, Rerit. Thus Nut was the goddess of celestial water and Apt for the terrestrial…these were pictured as the two cows or groups of seven cows (as in Pharaoh’s dream)….the water cow symboled Mother Nature alone, before the advent of divine spirit, the masculine bull, into creation, matter unfructified by intelligence.”
The Two Bulls (one is a water cow or hippo)
I’ve written extensively on what I’ve dubbed the “two bulls code,” (thus the Bi-Bull or Bible, and the pair-of-bulls or the parables.) And here see it in another light as water hippo and sky bull. This occult typology is endless once you know what to look for.
In this post we will see how also the two fishes (typified by Pisces) provide yet another fruitful symbol to enlighten the mind as to the cosmic situation and man’s place in it.
But one interesting side note in regards to the hippo (which also connects to the word “hippocampus”), is the fantastical beast in Harry Potter called the”Hippogriff” which is a gryphon – with the body of a lion or horse (representing Earth – matter) and the head of an eagle (representing air or spirit). This is the rising up of spirit out of matter and its flight back to Heaven!
Fish as a double symbol of matter and spirit-in-matter
Astrologically, Pisces the two fish are associated with the two feet. It is the feet that support the body, in the same way matter supports the growth of spirit, providing a testing ground, and thus can feel like Hell/Heel, but from this you can heal.
The ancients, who were NOT superstitious savages but rather bearers of the true flame of arcane knowledge (mostly lost on the majority today), everywhere depicted the four elements as codes for spirit and matter. Once you know that fire and air correlate to spirit and water and earth to matter or the physical realm or the actual human vessel, then the door into the palace of sacred scripture opens for you. But if you continue to read the books in a literal way, you will forever remain closed off to the wisdom held within.
Why does the fish appear in many of these texts? Because of its relevant features in the esoteric typology. A fish is plunged into water and yet does not drown, it can still breathe. And so the spirit of man is plunged or incarnated into flesh and yet does not become a purely animal being but rather, through esoteric work, retains his godhood.
But of course, take a fish out of water and it drowns; thus we see the dual nature of the two fishes. On the negative side the fish is purely animal, purely material, on the positive side it is the spirit that is not drowned in the fall from heaven into physical vessels.
Qabalistically, the Hebrew letter Nun means “fish/activity/life” and is ironically tarot card 13 which is “Death.”
Life and death. Spirit plunged into the watery chaos of matter. The dual nature of the two fish.
The next card, card 14 (like Podesta’s right hand, see below), is Temperance:
The angel Michael has one foot in the water and one foot on dry land. A part of our spirit never loses its connection with the Higher Self, even in the waters of incarnation. In his hands are the two elements fire and water to further signify this. The water pitcher is showing the smaller stream of souls join the larger river, which winds its way back to Source. Michael has the lion and eagle (the lower natures) tamed.
Jesus too, as a personified symbol of the victory of the soul over matter, was able to catch a multitude of fish, he was able to lift up many sleeping, drowning souls and bring them to the light.
John 21:6 “(Jesus) said, ‘Throw your net on the right side of the boat and you will find some.’ When they did, they were unable to haul the net in because of the large number of fish.”
He also walked on water, symbolizing the spirit not drowning in the flood of sense experience, the material life.
If you look closely at how a fish breathes, it appears to expel water out of its mouth. This expulsion of water image points us to the descent of the primordial or celestial waters of spirit down onto Earth (the fall of man).
Kuhn writes, “‘he drew me out of the great water,’ sings the Psalmist. Moses is water-born….(meaning) ‘I drew him out of the water. Maui, of New Zealand legend, like Moses and Sargon, was drawn out of the water at birth.” Jonah was swallowed by a whale and then spat back out. These characters represent the entire Life Wave of souls that come down into the physical realm together, the “host of fallen angels” that God, Lord of Hosts, gave the boot.
The fish, when seen head-on has the shape of the vesica piscis, which is also the shape of the female reproductive system, all doorways or portals for the entry of the gods (incarnating humanity) into matter. The fish blowing out water, the woman giving birth to an incarnating soul. The expulsion of sexual fluids by both men and women are also vivid symbols of this. Everywhere nature is teaching us the One Story, and this was not lost on the ancients but it is lost on so-called “modern man.”
Kuhn writes, “the sally of the gods into nature’s realm is imaged as a welling forth of water from a living rock or secret source. Ihuh (Jehovah), the Lord, is described in Egypt as the ‘fountain of living waters.’ Revelation speaks similarly, (Ch22:1) ‘And he showed me a river of water of life bright as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God.’ And in Isaiah when it is said that the dumb shall break forth into singing, it is added: ‘Waters are to well forth in the wilderness, streams in the desert.’ Jesus cried: ‘If any man thirst, let me come unto me and drink…out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.’…The Hawaiian mythoi have a rock that yields water on being struck with a rod. Heaven as the source of celestial water is indicated in the derivation of the Greek Ouranos “heaven,” from the Egyptian Urnas, which is the celestial water, and probably the root of our ‘urn.’”
Scriptural references like these pertaining to the expulsion of the primordial waters can fill a whole book (and has, see the work of Kuhn). Hopefully this at least gives you a taste.
But it is my main thesis of this blog that the ancient occult symbolism has never died out but rather is still in use and employed today, subversively. The elites know the true codes and use them for a preferential advantage over what they call the “sheeple” or the goyim. Since the symbols affect everyone on a subconscious level, (whether you understand them or not), they can be used as subtle vectors of mind control.
The Jeff Bezos Ritual – Unwinding of the Primordial Waters
Let’s not forget the John Podesta wiki leaks photo. And the Amazon (which is a river) logo with the golden arrow which is really the golden phallus of Osiris after his real one was tossed into the Nile river and eaten by a fish.
Also keep in mind that there is something funky about one of Jeff Bezo’s eyes, the lazy eye could be evidence of droning (technological possession/mind control by inserting chips through the eye-socket). In other words, he might be an empty vessel.
My previous post began looking at Bob’s coverage of the geomancy of the Amazon Headquarters in Seattle (The Day One Building – think the day one of Genesis)
5 God called the light “day,” and the darkness he called “night.” And there was evening, and there was morning—the first day.
6 And God said, “Let there be a vault between the waters to separate water from water.” 7 So God made the vault and separated the water under the vault from the water above it. And it was so. 8 God called the vault “sky.” And there was evening, and there was morning—the second day.
The Day One Building has an “art feature” called the Spheres which are supposed to render a water molecule. But they also look like testes which is how they got their nickname “Bezos Balls” which is clearly to harness some kind of phallic sex magick, not unlike the obelisks in Washington DC and the Vatican.
One wall outside the main building features a sign that says “Hello World,” which is what a God would say who just created a world in Genesis chapter one. Bob Schlenker believes this is because they want to reset time to before the fall, and there may be some truth in that but it may just be more ways for them to harness energy and flip the sacred symbols upside down and inside out.
The Spheres are on Lenore St. and Lenore means “shining light,” like Lucifer the light-bearer, because again we are talking about spirit into matter, or fire into water. The Day One Building and Spheres are in between 6th and 7th Ave. Because they fall just short of the seven day creation week, they typify 6, as in 666. 6 is the body alone, whereas 7 represents the crowning of the body with the soul, the 6 lower chakras with the 7th, the crown chakra, Christ consciousness.
There is a lot more to the Bezos space-time ritual, see the video series by the Open Scroll HERE.
The Magicians: Josh gets turned into a fish
In season 4, episode 12 of the Netflix series The Magicians, one of the characters, Josh (Yeshua) gets turned into a fish by drinking from a charmed lake. Again, this is simply the descent of the god into flesh, into incarnation (the lake). But interesting that in the show, Josh the fish will die if he not being watched continuously by someone. In this case, Margo (Mother Earth) does the watching:
Because spirit and matter are two sides of the same coin, one cannot exist without the other; it is folly to stay in the empyrean, heavenly realm, without routine incarnation. Spirit needs matter just as much as matter needs spirit. Holding on to either Earth or Heaven is stagnation, until the soul has fully rounded out all its qualities and has evolved to such a state as to be a conscious Co-Creator with God. Only then does he or she achieve victory over death, or victory over cyclic incarnation. This is what is meant by the following quotes:
John 11:25 ESV
Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live.
He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.”
1 Corinthians 15:55
“O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?”
In the next episode, we see Julia lying in a hospital bed with a vesica piscis above her:
This is significant because she at one point becomes a “goddess.” Remember the vesica piscis, like the mouth of the fish or the vaginal opening or womb of Isis is a portal through which the Life Wave of souls come down to Earth and incarnate.
This show is simply riddled with occult symbolism that would take a full length book to decode.
The Woman Drowning, Sophia Falling
The woman, Eve, or Chava in Hebrew, is Malkuth on the Qabalistic Tree of Life, which is both Mother Earth (macrocosm) and the physical human vessel (microcosm). She is drowning in water (sense experience, time) in all these shows, movies and album covers because without the fire of male spirit, she remains animalistic, unevolved, her powers latent:
Remember the male spirit or fire converts the water to steam, escorting, like Jesus the fisherman or Moses (born out of the waters) the souls back to Heaven. Not automatically, we all have to do our own work, but the savior-types in our allegories provides a reminder of what needs to be done:
1 Thessalonians 4:14 ESV
For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus, God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep.
We all came down here knowing what needed to be done, many of us just forgot: we fell asleep or drowned in the flood of sense experience, the hustle and bustle of physicality.