I owe all of you an article on the Promethean Plan which I have hinted at in my recent comments. Prometheus is the Greek god that gave fire to Mankind. In the myth, fire symbolizes science and technology. For now let me just say that the Promethean Plan is a plan by the Elite to turn themselves into gods through the use of science and technology. Like gods they would become immortals and all powerful and all knowing. (Think of the singularity and the transhumanists dreams.) Ultimately they wish to live among the stars like the Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. Their goal is to travel to the three stars in the belt of Orion which are associated with the Giza pyramids and are thought to be the final resting place of the Pharaohs.
Tonight I woke up at 2 AM, startled from a dream. I wrote myself an email. Its title was "Hidden clues". And its contents were only this:
Popul VohPopul Voh
Amadeus - silhouette
The magic flute by Mozart
I knew from the dream that Popul Voh had something to do with Prometheus. Here is what I found.
Tohil (also spelt Tojil) was a deity of the K'iche' Maya in the Late Postclassic period of Mesoamerica. At the time of the Spanish Conquest, Tohil was the patron god of the K'iche'. Tohil's principal function was that of a fire deity and he was also both a sun god and the god of rain. Tohil was also associated with mountains and he was a god of war, sacrifice and sustenance. In the K'iche' epic Popul Vuh, after the first people were created, they gathered at the mythical Tollan, the Place of the Seven Caves, to receive their language and their gods. The K'iche', and others, there received Tohil. Tohil demanded blood sacrifice from the K'iche' and so they offered their own blood and also that of sacrificed captives taken in battle. In the Popul Vuh this consumption of blood by Tohil is likened to the suckling of an infant by its mother.While it is not completely clear from this passage, it appears as if Tohil - like Prometheus - gave the gift of fire to mankind.
There is more information in the Wikipedia entry on the Popul Voh which describes a creation myth of "the Post Classic Quiché kingdom in Guatemala's western highlands."
Creation of humans, migration, and first dawn. Animals gather white and yellow corn from which the gods create Balam-Quitze, Jaguar Night, Naught, and Wind Jaguar. Their four wives are later created while they sleep. Their descendants travel to Tulán Zuiva to await the first dawn. The god Tohil gives fire, but it is extinguished by hail. Tohil requires concessions to restore their fire, but the Quiché hide themselves in smoke and obtain their fire without conditions. The Quiché rise to prominence over the other tribes. The first dawn appears, dries out the land, and turns original animals to stone. Distinct languages evolve.Here again Tohil gives fire to the people - just like Prometheus in the Greek myths.
I don't know what sparked the vision of Popul Voh. I have heard of this term before and associated it with pre-colombian beliefs of people of the Americas. But I have never studied it.
I do know what sparked the vision of the Amadeus silhouette. It was a silhouette against the full moon in the Miley Cyrus "Can't be tamed" video which appears just as Miley, the birdwoman, and her fellow creatures escape from their cage to go on a rampage through the Natural History Museum.
|"Can't be tamed" full moon silhouette|
In posters for the movie Amadeus, a similar silhouette appears. When my mind had made the association the results were so startling that I woke up and got up from my bed to immediately begin searching for information on the internet.
Amadeus is about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - otherwise simply known as Mozart. I remembered that for some reason the Magic Flute by Mozart was important. Most likely I was subconsciously recalling an excerpt from an article by Vigilant Citizen.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is considered to be one of the most prolific and influential composers of music ever. He also was a Freemason and was initiated in the Austrian lodge Zur Zur Wohltatigkeit on Dec. 14th 1784. Mozart’s creations often incorporated important Masonic elements. The Magic Flute opera was mainly based on Masonic principles.
“The music of the Freemasons contained musical phrases and forms that held specific semiotic meanings. For example, the Masonic initiation ceremony began with the candidate knocking three times at the door to ask admittance. This is expressed musically as a dotted figure: meanings. For example, the
This figure appears in Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute in the overture, suggesting the opening of the Masonic initiation.”
- Katherine Thompson, The Masonic Thread in Mozart
The musical progression of The Magic Flute was based on the Golden Ratio (1,6180…), the proportion of everything that is considered divine by Mystery Schools.
Here are compositions created by Mozart for use in Masonic lodges:
- Lied (song) “Gesellenreise, for use at installation of new journeymen”
- Cantata for tenor and male chorus Die Maurerfreude (“The Mason’s Joy”)
- The Masonic Funeral Music (Maurerische Trauermusik)
- Two songs to celebrate the opening of “Zur Neugekrönten Hoffnung”
- Cantata for tenor and piano, Die ihr die unermesslichen Weltalls Schöpfer ehrt
- The Little Masonic Cantata (Kleine Freimaurer-Kantate) entitled Laut verkünde unsre Freude, for soloists, male chorus, and orchestra
What most people will get from this excerpt is that Mozart was a Freemason. Wikipedia has more in its entry on The Magic Flute.
The Magic Flute is noted for its prominent Masonic elements; Schikaneder and Mozart were Masons and lodge brothers (see: Mozart and Freemasonry). The opera is also influenced by Enlightenment philosophy, and can be regarded as an allegory advocating enlightened absolutism. The Queen of the Night represents a dangerous form of obscurantism or, according to some interpreters, contemporary Roman Catholicism. Her antagonist Sarastro symbolises the enlightened sovereign who rules according to principles based on reason, wisdom, and nature. The story itself portrays the education of mankind, progressing from chaos through religious superstition to rationalistic enlightenment, by means of trial (Tamino) and error (Papageno), ultimately to make "the Earth a heavenly kingdom, and mortals like the gods" ("Dann ist die Erd' ein Himmelreich, und Sterbliche den Göttern gleich." This couplet is sung in the finales to both acts.)I don't think the Promethean Plan which I described in the beginning of this article could possible be stated any clearer than how it is here by the Freemason Mozart in 1791...
ultimately to make "the Earth a heavenly kingdom, and mortals like the gods".Oddly enough (as if this entry wasn't already odd enough) Papageno - who is the character from the Magic Flute - is depicted as a sort of birdman. And of course you will recall that what sparked my vision was Miley's video where she is depicted as a birdwoman.
|Papageno from Magic Flute|
|Miley as birdwoman|
And I can't ignore another image from the Wikipedia's Magic Flute article of "The arrival of the Queen of the Night".
|The arrival of the Queen of the Night.|
A woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars.The other is that the overall image has the appearance of an eye - perhaps the "all-seeing eye" of Freemasonry.
This is a true story
Well, there you have it readers. It is approaching 4 A.M. as I am finishing up this story and preparing to go back to sleep. Tomorrow (I mean later today after I wake up) I will see "Iron Man 2" in Imax. I am sure that this will spark a new article. Iron Man is (if you've been following along) an obvious variation of the supermen of The Promethean Plan. I'm excited. :)
And no, I have not been drinking or taking any drugs of any sort - only the communion bread and water at Sunday Mass. And I have been praying the Rosary daily.
To be continued...