"The savior's descent is necessary to effect rectification".
If you've been following this blog you know I've been writing a lot about the TV show "Rectify" in my last few posts.
In my next post I'll offer a fuller explanation of how the show Rectify is a modern spin on the idea of the Gnostic process of rectification, and how that process is reflected in the events playing out in the world at this time.
But for now here's a sneak preview.
|Passage from The Coptic Gnostic Library: A Complete Edition of the Nag Hammadi|
I previously described this process as an ascension, but, of course, every ascension must first begin with a descent.
As the late James Brown brilliantly showed us, you can't "Get On Up" unless you were down in the first place.
James Cameron is the first person to have made a solo descent into the depths of the Mariana Trench. His movie about the adventure, Deepsea Challenge, hits U.S. theaters today (Friday 8/8/14).
The Mariana Trench is located southeast of Guam. Notably, Anderson Air Force Base in Guam is one of the locations where some speculate missing Flight MH370 may have been forced to land (decend).
The trench is 7 miles (11km) deep. In the above article, James Cameron said:
"It's unbelievable, it's like the MOON."In other news, on 8/3/2014 another man made a "first decent". Ebola virus victim Dr. Kent Brantley stepped down from the ambulance onto the ground outside an Atlanta (Atlantis) hospital.
Wearing a full hazmat suit, the scene was intentionally reminiscent of astronaut Neil Armstrong's first decent down the ladder of the Apollo 11 space craft to the cratered surface of the MOON.
|On July 20, 1969, Commander Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon.|
|Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon.|
In a rush to weave the moment into myth, a CNN reporter wrote:
"The sight of Dr. Kent Brantly, a victim of the Ebola virus, walking from an ambulance to the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta in his hazmat suit may become an iconic photo of modern American history."More in my next post. To be continued...