Thursday, 10 January 2008

'The Black Camelot...'

Political Alchemy- image courtesy of The Secret Sun

There's an interesting passage in Eve Lorgen's groundbreaking work, The Love Bite: Alien Interference in Human Love Relationships, in which the author ponders on our perennial fascination with heroes.

'The Redeemer appears throughout the generations in different forms. She comes as Joan of Arc, or he can take the form of King Arthur, Emiliano Zapatta, Buddha, Jesus, and many others. In other words, mankind is constantly on the lookout for a Redeemer both in fiction and in real life. Every time we elect a new Prime Minister or President we pray that he or she will be someone who will come down to our mundane plane and fight our battles. Democracy is structured as a form of natural mysticism and that, to me, seems healthy.'

An expression of this natural mysticism- healthy or otherwise- is presently gripping the United States, of course; and sure enough, the same archetypes are emerging. One man who knows more than most about this process is Christopher Knowles, author of Our Gods Wear Spandex. On Tuesday, he posted part of a panegryic by Gary Kamiya of; for whom 'Barack Obama offers not just hope, but alchemy.' (An article entitled 'Barack's Double Magic.') This came hours after I had found a piece in The Times, framing the Clinton-Obama nomination race as blatant magical warfare. Obama's new confidence (writes Tom Baldwin) 'contrasts to his performances in televised debates last summer, when he struggled to handle the front-runner, sometimes blanching in the face of her best ice-maiden stare.' Clearly, at this early stage, the entity controlling Clinton was of a far higher occult order than Obama's meagre daimon. In New Hampshire, however, something changed:

'At the New Hampshire annual dinner on Friday night [Obama] pulled a trick that no one had seen before, controlling his audience as a conductor does with his orchestra- switching applause off, for instance, with a single movement of his hand. One ally compared him to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, slowly learning how to "use the force".'

There were, too, the inevitable comparisons to John K Kennedy; Hillary is likened, somewhat dismissively, to Canada: 'safe, boring, responsible, but with a good healthcare plan'; Obama, on the other hand, to 'A mythical kingdom where hope prevails and everyone wears a smile button.' A reference, of course, to Camelot (as Astolat, identified with my own near neighbour Guildford), whose reputation as the grand seat of chivalry lent powerful resonance to the former's benighted administration. Even Obama's wife, Michelle, is getting in on the act. According to The Evening Standard, 'many observers are calling the young couple 'The Black Camelot'- one supporter is quoted describing her as 'an African-American Jackie Kennedy.' Journalist David Cohen (who, with a name like that probably knows what he's talking about) observes: 'Nothing breeds success like success, and people- especially young people- just want to feel the magic and be part of it.'

Even his political enemies, like Tom Cole, the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, admit to feeling the hoodoo: 'It's captivating. It's intoxicating, but it's not going to last.' Unfortunately- for I, too, have succumbed- Mr Cole may well be right. In Iowa, watching her loyal support melting away, Tom Baldwin compared 'the horror on the face of Hillary Clinton' to 'C.S Lewis's Snow Queen on seeing summer return to Narnia.' A choice simile. But maniacs like Clinton are notoriously hard to kill, especially when the full weight of the Military-Industrial-Complex is supporting their bid. Despite The Times giving Obama a ninety percent chance of taking New Hampshire, thanks to what Paul Joseph Watson rightly describes as 'rigged Diebold voting machines and deliberate malfeasance in the counting of hand-written paper ballots', Clinton scraped home by a margin of three percent.

And it wasn't only Obama who suffered, as Watson writes:

'Four days before the vote, Rasmussen had Paul at 14% - a significant lead over Huckabee on 11% and Giuliani on 8% - and yet Ron Paul finished with just 8%. Proof of clear vote fraud, allied with the fact that Paul's numbers show a 6% swing from normally accurate pre-polling forecasts, clearly indicate chicanery was at hand, especially considering the fact that Paul lost those crucial few percentage points to Giuliani as a result of electronic Diebold voting machines which are known to be wide open to tampering and fraud.' (81% of all NH ballots were counted by Diebold, owned by LHS Associates, based in Methuen, MA.)

Piquantly, Guiliani is reported to have received 9.11% of the votes in three New Hampshire towns! Highly telling is the fact that the polls for the Republican results were accurate; for Democrats, however, they were wildly awry.

It is far from over for Obama, the man with the sun in his eyes. (Even today, John Kerry- a member of the notorious Order of the Skull and Bones- gave his public support for his bid.) With 2012 looming, however, and the Masonic elite's dream of a woman at the helm of the official birth of the New World Order in that year, the fates may well be against him.


Atlantean Times said...

It is very ominous, cheers Ben..

When finished taking apart certain films my main thrust will be the search for this redeemer figure you have spoken about.

The bell that rings constantly is that our hero whoever he/she/it is will not know, that it is our hero.

The Secret Sun said...

Brilliant analysis Ben. And thanks for the plug.

There's no doubt in my mind that Barack lost to Diebold, not Hillary. An unpleasant splash of ice water in the face after briefly entertaining a brighter future for this country.

wandering coyote said...

Did you know that in 90 NY counties, Obama received ZERO votes? I find that completely impossible. The list of blatant fraud is large. Someone needs to compile all of these and pound it to the criminal MSM. Force them to cover this issue. Our only power left at this point is to NOT vote.