Tuesday, December 30, 2014

AirAsia Flight 8501 and Decoding the Matrix

Our collective Soul is being freed from the matrix (a computer-generated illusory reality) and our collective consciousness is raising itself up to a higher plane.

AIR = Spirit/Soul; PLANE = Plane of Higher Consciousness
AirAsia QZ8501 disappeared after asking permission to fly higher.

To prove it, let's take a look at some of this year's many mysterious airplane disappearances.

(Note: As always, my heart goes out to the victims and families of these catastrophes and this analysis is intended for the purposes of synchronistic study only).

Malaysia Flight Flight MH370 disappeared over the South China Sea on March 8, 2014.

Malaysia Flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine on July 17, 2014.

They were both Boeing-777 jet airplanes.

In computer programming language 777 is a type of file permission and 421 (the Jupiter numbers) is a set of permissible actions (read, write, and execute).

Some of you may already know this stuff, but I wanted to post it here to show the correlation between the syncs we've been seeing and the command-language structure that apparently operates in our reality system the same as it does in a computer.

When file permissions are set to 777 that's the equivalent of all hell breaking loose. Everyone gets free access to every file in the system,

Or, as the AirAsia motto proclaims: Now everyone can fly.

In the Webdings font, typing in QZ8501 produces an airplane, the Islamic crescent & star (Malaysia and Indonesia are Islamic countries), a computer mouse, a file cabinet, and a file being opened (Credit and major thanks to Joe Daly for this discovery).

QZ8501 in Webdings font (Credit: Joe Daly).
Note: Click here to check the results for yourself.

File permission 777 means all files can be changed or deleted by anyone.  So, for example, if our reality is computer-generated like in the movie 'The Matrix', then airplanes crashing and disappearing could be a result of someone deleting/changing our reality's gravity, time, or general relativity physics file definitions.

I pasted together this illustration chart from info readily available on any web hosting site.

It also means that no info can remain hidden anymore. File permission 777 allows Internet hackers like those who recently hit Sony to edit any files. Secrets are exposed for all the world to see.

The file permissions even relate to the number 44 (which has always been my personal sync number). I once told someone I feel like my role is as a dreamer/creator of ideas, but I'm not the person who's job it is to implement them.

In game terms, it's someone else's job to run the ball down the field and score the goal.

On the chart above, that matches the description of file permission 644 which reads and writes but does not execute.

I also had a dream earlier this year where the word "pilot" was being explained to me in similar terms.

AIRplane and pilot stories manifest in the Matrix
as something new is being launched.

Here's some of what I can remember being told in the dream: when one story (or computer program) ends you begin a new one by creating and issuing a new story line (set of commands)...i.e. by launching the pilot.

The first episode of a TV show is called the "pilot episode".

When a network launches a new TV program, we say the show is ON AIR.

Notice all the Breath/Air/Airplane syncs in recent media events:  the "I can't BREATHE" motto, the release of the new Nike AIR Jordan 11, the soul/Seoul Korean AIR nut incident (nut = Nuit the Egyptian SKY goddess), and now the AIRAsia 8501 plane crash.

You don't have to be a programmer to notice the simple syncs between the "lost plane" events and the names of some popular computer coding languages such as C, Java, and Python.

MH370 went down over the South China Sea.  C, also known as C++, is a widely used programming language.

AirAsia QZ8501 went down over the Java Sea. Java is another programming language that can be used together with C++.  Java Sea = Java C.


We're breaking free from our programming and going live on air.  Standby...

To go deeper down the sync rabbit hole of the number 777's mystical meaning and QZ8501's connection to the fictional 'Lost' Oceanic Flight 815 check out this great post at the Subliminal Synchrosphere blog.

UPDATE 12/31/14:

I published this post yesterday (12/30). Today (12/31) the front page of CNN.com syncs the word SOUL to the AirAsia 8501 tragedy. However, where I said our soul is being freed, notice that they say it is being destroyed.  NOTE: It is not possible for the soul to be destroyed. We are infinite beings. Don't believe the hype.

UPDATE 1/1/2015:

Smoke was spotted rising from an island in the Java Sea near the QZ8501 crash sight (see my previous post 'Smoke and Sugar' for more on how smoke symbolizes soul/spirit and syncs to the Smoke Monster on the TV show Lost).

UPDATE 1/3/2015:

Sole (Soul) survival

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Ferguson Garner: A Sync Photo Essay

A synchronistic comparison in pictures of elements surrounding Michael Brown's death in Ferguson, MO and Eric Garner's death in New York.

Solange Knowles becomes Mrs. Ferguson (left);  James Knowles, mayor of Ferguson, MO (right)

Michael Brown's stepfather protesting in Ferguson, (left);  Solange's husband, Alan Ferguson (right)

A Ferguson resident engulfed in a cloud of SMOKE from tear gas.

Cigars, Cigarettes, & Tear Gas = SMOKE that CHOKES the THROAT (chakra)

Photo of the late Michael Brown wearing a Nike AIR t-shirt.

The AIR will be released on 12/20/14. The next day is the Solstice/New Moon 12/21.

Note: See previous post "Smoke and Sugar" for more syncs

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Interstellar: A Synchromystic Movie Review

Of course this will not be a typical movie review of Interstellar.  This is the synchromystic version.

The Good:  Overall it was a solid film with an interesting take on Love as a force of nature and Time as a physical construct.  The depiction of a 5-D world was pretty awesome. Jessica Chastain's performance as the adult Murphy was heartwrenchingly believable and utterly relatable (I think she's really the one who brought the movie home, not Matt McConaughey).

The Bad:  It wasn't strikingly original in that it borrowed heavily from a huge number of movies other than 2001:ASO (most notably Signs, Contact, and Event Horizon, but also Field of Dreams and Titanic...yes, Titanic).  The first hour was slow and there were tons of plot holes, The audio was weird (sometimes it was hard to hear the dialogue over the background noise). Anne Hathaway's acting...insert frowny face symbol here.

Instellar's cool depiction of 5D time and space.

With that said, this film can not be properly analyzed without gleaning the underlying meanings woven into its script.

First, let's go ahead and get the mythology out of the way, starting with the corn.  Corn abounds in Interstellar. Dystopian farmers work acres upon acres of corn fields and NASA is housed in an underground corn bunker.

Cooper and daughter Murphy standing in front of their corn field. 

And, since it's the only plentiful food source left on Earth, we see the Cooper family eating meals consisting of all-corn dishes—corn casserole with a side of corn fritters to be exact. Yuck, if you have to eat that everyday.

1. The Mythology of Corn

Corn growing out of the body of Osiris

The ancient Egyptian's regarded their god Osiris as a corn god.  For them, the death and rebirth of the god was personified in the annual growth cycle of the corn crops.

2. The Mythology of Okra

Shango  is the Yoruba African god of storms. One of his favorite ritual feast foods is okra. Quentin Tarrantino drew on the myth of Shango for his movie Django Unchained.

At one point in Interstellar a farmer burns the last okra crop, then towards the end of the film Cooper's daughter Murphy burns down the corn fields. This could be interpreted as a rebellious act of rejecting ancient spiritual wisdom in favor of technology.

An adult Murphy setting the corn fields on fire in Interstellar

Honestly, I think Interstellar may have been Nolan's answer to Tarrantino's Django Unchained (note: that movie ends with Django burning down the Candyland plantation).

Murphy after burning the corn fields (left); Django after burning down Candyland (right).

3. The Mythology of Osiris and Isis

Osiris and Isis

We've already discussed how Osiris was a corn god.  This brings us to the famous Egyptian myth of Osiris, Set, and Isis. In short, Osiris' brother Set seals him in a coffin until he suffocates (note: he can't breathe) then throws the coffin in the Nile River. Osiris' wife Isis eventually finds the coffin where it landed in a tree and resurrects him, but then Set kills him again by chopping him up into pieces.

Isis is often equated with the goddess Hathor. Thus, actress Anne Hathaway (Hathor-way) plays Dr. Amelia Brand who is the Isis character in the movie.

Anne Hathaway as Dr. Amelia Brand

I suppose Hathaway's archetypal resonance somewhat makes up for her dull acting in this role. According to the myth, Isis impregnates herself with Osiris' sperm post-mortem to continue their bloodline which explains why Brand/Isis is in charge of the artificially inseminated eggs on the ship.

The character Romilly (played by David Gyasi) represents the original Osiris. He was also clearly meant to embody the memory of Ronald McNair, the African American astronaut who died in the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger explosion.

Romilly (David Gyasi), left; Astronaut Ronald McNair, right.

But it's kinda hard to feel warm and fuzzy about that since Nolan blows him up...again...in the movie. Holding true to the myth, I guess that's one way to portray Osiris getting divided up into bits.

Before that though, there's a scene where Cooper and Brand/Isis stand over Romilly/Osiris as he gets sealed into the ship's casket-like cryogenic sleep chamber.

The myth remains intact until the point when Brand/Isis ends up turning the valve to release, not Romilly, but Dr. Mann (played by Matt Damon) from the same kind of coffin/sleep chamber.

Brand and Cooper preparing to open Dr. Mann's cryogenic sleep chamber.

Therefore we are shown Brand/Isis "resurrecting" a new Osiris in Mann while the "old" Osiris, Romilly, stands by watching helplessly and is killed by Mann in an explosion shortly thereafter (Note: Romilly is also literally old in appearance and balding since he aged 23 years waiting for Cooper and Brand to return from their expedition.)

I was left feeling some kind of way about the ambiguous relationship between Romilly and Brand since before he died she sprung on him that she was in love with one of the original 12 astronauts from the previous mission named Edmunds. The myth veers off course here with Isis, supposedly the faithful wife and widow of Osiris, looking more like a trifling cheater.

Brand having an intimate moment with Romilly.

Dr. Mann represents mankind stuck and frozen in the fourth dimension longing to evolve to the fifth (note the label on his cryo-chamber reads "MANN-4").  However, he quickly proves unworthy to be the new Osiris due to his lying and treachery.

Mann tries to kill Cooper by cracking open his space helmet and leaving him to suffocate (note: he can't breathe).  But Brand flies to the rescue and resurrects the dying Cooper to become the newest new Osiris (just as Isis turns herself into a bird and copulates with the dead Osiris to save his seed in myth).

Isis in her bird form "raising" the dead Osiris

Sync Fact: Matthew McConaughey (who plays the role of Cooper) is no stranger to Osirian mythos. In case you haven't seen it, the entire 2012 film Mud is a retelling of the Egyptian saga.

McConaughey stars as a guy hiding out in a boat (read: coffin) that floated down a river and landed in the top of a tree (sound familar?). Furthermore, Nolan said he chose to cast McConaughey after seeing him in an early cut of Mud.

The boat stuck in the tree symbolizes Osiris' coffin in a scene from the movie Mud.

So there you have it.  The film Interstellar is less about reigniting an interest in space exploration and more a reworking of the mythological trope of ancient gods and goddesses battling for control of the universe.

As such, there is almost something sacrilegious in the burning of the corn fields at the end of the movie.  It's as if to say, we don't need to honor the indigenous people of the Earth, their knowledge, or traditions because, hey, we sling-shotted ourselves uninvited into sacred darkness and solved the problem through technology and true grit GRRRRR!

To which I simply ask, how is the hubris of that train of thought any different than Dr. Mann's selfish folly?  It isn't. Plus there's the way the men overrode Brand's feminine spiritual love instinct to follow faulty human logic instead. And that's why I believe mankind on Earth in Interstellar failed to get inducted into the Galactic Federation for the fourth time. Bummer.

There has been a bit of controversy over the lack of minority roles in the movie, particularly black females. However, I posit that may be because, in a sense, there is one gigantic black female eclipsing the entire film...the black hole itself.

The beautiful black hole in Interstellar, or as I like to call her, The She.

The black hole serves as a symbol of the divine feminine, the Dark Mother. Case and point, the ejaculating noises Cooper makes as he "enters" the black hole.  If you're still in doubt see the movie Event Horizon where there are also no black female roles, but the black hole gushes blood like it's giving birth after the phallic ship enters it.

An interesting theory is floating around that Cooper actually died after he ejected into space without ever reaching the black hole, and the events that transpire afterward are nothing but manifestations of a death dream.

I'm going to take it one step further and say Cooper actually suffocated to death on Dr. Mann's planet and everything occurring after that were manifestations of a death dream.  As proof, I submit the scene where Cooper is ushered into his 93 year-old daughter Murphy's hospital room.

A nurse tells Coop his whole family has been waiting for him. When he enters the room the family has their backs to him before turning to face him.

That scene was ripped straight out of elderly Rose's death dream scene at the end of Titanic where she reunites with Jack who hasn't aged just like elderly Murphy reunites with her father Cooper who hasn't aged.

Nolan famously used a similar plot device in Inception by hiding the faces of Cobb's kids until the end of the movie to indicate they may have been dead and/or that Cobb may have still been dreaming.  Note: Cobb's kids were also a boy and girl the same as Cooper's kids. (corn on the) Cobb=Cooper.

---Read Boston Mag's cool comparison of Interstellar vs. Inception
---Read how Inception's Dom Cobb also represented the corn god Osiris at The Mask of God

The takeaway:  The Universe as personified by the Triple-Black Hole (whole) Mother Goddess doesn't give a shit about material and physical things nor the blasé human concept of death.  Love is all there is, was, and ever will be. Love is the strongest force imaginable. As the movie's title suggests, this is an INTERnal struggle for us. Until mankind learns to accept, hone, and use our inner love instinct as our sole motivating guide for everything in life we will never evolve and may even become extinct...or worse...be forced to eat corn products in perpetuity.