2020 is almost over, and many already have their sights set on 2021 with hopes that it will be a better year. For those who have been following my work, you’re well aware that the world will not be returning to “normal” in 2021 or any time after. The world as we knew it prior to 2020 is long dead and buried. But before we start making any predictions for the new year, let’s rehash some important events on the calendar for December.
Last week, the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis, was visible in the sky across the northern part of the United States. This alternative name for the northern lights is interesting when you consider the identity of Aurora in Roman mythology. Aurora is known as the goddess of dawn because she renews herself every morning and flies across the sky, announcing the arrival of the Sun. Lucifer is the son of Aurora, just like Phosphorus is the son of Eos in Greek mythology. There’s even a passage in the Bible (Isaiah 14:12) which refers to Lucifer as the “morning star” and “son of the dawn”. Some may also recognize Aurora as being the name of the princess from Sleeping Beauty. In the movie, Maleficent puts a curse on Aurora which causes her to fall into a deep sleep. The only way for her to wake up is for true love to break the spell with a kiss. Prince Phillip battles Maleficent, who transforms herself into a dragon, and defeats her by throwing his sword into her heart. He then breaks the spell by awakening Aurora with a kiss, which also causes the entire kingdom to wake up. If you replace Maleficent with Enki/Yaldabaoth, Aurora with Sophia, and Phillip with Christ, you can see how this movie is actually a Gnostic parable of how Sophia’s creation caused her to go into a deep sleep (ignorance) with Christ being the only one who could restore her back to her original state. The part where Phillip battles the dragon form of Maleficent may even remind some of Marduk’s slaying of Tiamat.
OK, so why is this all significant? Well, for those who’ve been following my blog, you know that the great conjunction occurs next week which will mark the beginning of the Age of Aquarius, in my opinion. Many have probably heard that this conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn will form a “Christmas Star”. Coincidentally enough, the Age of Pisces began in a similar fashion with the great conjunction of the same two planets which formed what has become known as the Star of Bethlehem, signaling the arrival of the Son (Christ). Many believe the Star of Bethlehem to be synonymous with Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky. Sirius is known as the Eastern Star because in late summer, it appears in the east before sunrise near the sun in our sky. There is even a branch of Freemasonry called the Order of the Eastern Star whose logo features a pentagram. The pentagram bears a connection to Sirius, as it was considered a symbol for Sirius in various ancient civilizations such as Egypt.
Orion is located northeast of Sirius. The Three Wise Men were said to have traveled from the East, following the Star of Bethlehem (Sirius), to visit the newborn Jesus. The Three Wise Men are believed to represent the three stars in Orion’s Belt who traveled from east (Persia) to west (Bethlehem) to witness the arrival of the Son. Aurora also came to signify the East. This is why we have a holiday called Easter, which derived from the goddess Eostre, which who Aurora was associated with. Eos, Aurora’s Greek counterpart, would travel from east to west in her chariot, preceding her brother, the Sun god Helios, in the sky. Venus is known as both the Morning and Evening Star because it shines so brightly that it is the first “star” to appear in the sky after the Sun sets, or the last to disappear before the Sun rises. Like Aurora, she signifies the arrival of the Sun. Venus is just one of two planets that rotates from east to west, with Uranus being the other. In Egyptian mythology, Isis and Osiris were the manifestations of Sirius and Orion, respectively, as were Sopdet and Sah. Isis and Osiris bore a son, Horus, just like Sopdet and Sah bore a son, Sopdu. Like Horus, Sopdu was a hawk god and god of the sky. He was known as “Lord of the East” similar to how Horus was the god of the east and the sunrise. Sopdu also became conflated with Venus, further connecting the planet with Sirius, Orion, and the Sun. In Aztec mythology, Quetzalcoatl was known as the Morning Star, Lord of the East, and Lord of the Dawn. He also became conflated with Venus, while also drawing comparisons to the likes of Enki, Thoth, and Jesus, exhibiting Lucifer’s masculine and feminine side.
Now, let’s go back to the great conjunction and the sign in the heavens. The Christmas Star was a stationary point of Jupiter. Jupiter, in its apparent path across the sky, is generally seen to move from east to west across the starry background. In my opinion, this rare occurrence can be seen as a precursor to both the return of Christ and the arrival of the Beast. Just like Simon Magus was on Earth at the same time as Christ, the Antichrist’s arrival will counter the return of the Christ consciousness that exists within all of us. If Sophia is destined to reunite with Christ in the coming Age, then perhaps Enki will counter that by returning to Earth and merging with his Red Queen. In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I wrote about Red Queen symbolism in our mainstream entertainment, and I believe it is in reference to the Antichrist in the form of a self-aware artificial intelligence. Some conspiracy theorists believe this Red Queen is a supercomputer located under the Denver airport and it is usually connected with cloning centers, Reptilians, and the control of high-profile people such as politicians and celebrities. It can supposedly act independently and doesn’t require a human operator.
Another sign of the arrival of the Beast is the monolith. In the past few weeks, there have been several mysterious sightings of monoliths found in different parts of the world. In Marvel’s television show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., there is an episode that talks about monoliths and the Beast and the Beast’s return. Coincidentally enough, it also shows people being assimilated into the Hive. This would certainly appear to be yet another example of predicative programming to the masses. Speaking of which, all of this talk about beasts and stars in the east made me think about an old Goosebumps book called The Beast from the East. The cover features a giant blue beast-like creature, with a bright blue star shining over the rising sun. In my book, I wrote about the heliacal rising of Sirius, which is the star’s first appearance in the morning sky before sunrise. I also wrote about the blueish glow that radiates from Sirius, which is why many Hindu gods are depicted with blue skin color, and why many fictional characters in movies are also depicted with blue skin color such as characters seen in Avatar and superheroes from the X-Men franchise such as the mutant known as Beast. The Beast from the East sounds like a title for Enki/Lucifer (the Beast) who came to Earth from Sirius (the East), and that would certainly appear to be the subliminal message that R.L. Stine was conveying with his book cover.
On top of all of that, a total solar eclipse occurred on December 14th. This particular eclipse occurred 1,211 days after the Great American Eclipse which happened on August 21, 2017. It also occurred 1,211 days prior to the next Great American Eclipse which will happen on April 8, 2024. I personally believe we are at the midpoint of the seven-year tribulation period, which is also supposed to mark the arrival of the Antichrist and the Beast system. On December 14th, the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine was administered in the United States. Also, 13 years ago on the same exact date, the movie I Am Legend was released in theaters. Coincidence? Not likely. The Mark of the Beast system is coming and the vaccine will likely be mandatory for anyone who wants to remain a participant in every day society. We may soon find ourselves forced to have to make some very difficult decisions.
This will likely be my last post for 2020, barring something earth-shattering happening that would motivate me to write another article before the start of the new year. I hope everyone has a great end to what has otherwise been a miserable year for most of us. I’ve enjoyed writing on this blog and reading everyone’s feedback on my thoughts. So far, it’s been all positive and I’m very grateful for that. It’s encouraging to see so many people who seem to be resonating with this type of material.
See you all in the new year and the dawn of the new Age!