Jupiter Ascending: Fact or Fiction?

I watched Jupiter Ascending despite the reviews . Here
was a movie based on the same stories that the UFO community rants about.
The movie butchered much of these stories and had a pretty boring plot.
However, anything that gets our ideas into the mainstream is a good thing.
So, I decided to write this article to clarify some of the influences
in the movie.

The biggest influence seems to be the late, off-beat scholar Zacharia
Sitchen. He wrote about a race of giants, created by the Sumerian Gods
interbreeding with early homospaiens, known as the Nephilim. Anu was
the patriarch of the Sumerian pantheon. His sons Enki and Enlil
fought amongst each other for inheritance of earth. Enki wanted to
help mankind while Enlil wanted to control them. Some say the royal
lines of Britain are direct descendants of these critters. Scientists
confirm the English royal line possesses a blood type variant that
actually looks blueish. This would explain the stories of incest
among these families – they are trying to preserve their heritage.
Prince Belim has an uncanny resemblance to Prince Charles, along with
an English accent and some nice quotes about pyramids. Regarding the
the significance of the latter, he explains “You have to accept that
some people are worth more than others.”

Middle-Eastern and Classical motifs abound in the movie. The main
character, Jupiter Jones appears to have Mediterranean features,
though is suppose to be Russian. Lush scenes of ancient Egyptian and
Greco-Roman statutes the Abrasax spaceports. According to a World
Bank whistle blower, the modern global elite call themselves the
Olympians, meaning they are decedents of Zeus and the his gang.

The reptilians also make an appearance . In one scene, Stinger Aphini
tells Jones earth was originally inhabited by a saurian race (better
known as dinosaurs). Then the Abrasax corporation wiped them out
with a nuclear weapon and seeded mammals on the planet. According to
real UFO accounts , the giant crater that is now in Mexico, was the
spot where this nuclear weapon was detonated. Traces of Iridium, a
radioactive substance are still detectable in that giant crater. In
the movie, the reptilians appear to be carbon copies of images found
on Sumerian tablets. They play a subservient role to Balem.
However, according to contactee Alex Collier, the reptilians or
Draconians are the supreme race and the Anunnaki are subservient to
them. The Draconians battled with humanoid races in the Lyra
system, which eventually led to a intergalactic world war. The
humanoids suffered devastating losses but eventually succeed in
creating an alliance called the Galactic Federation of Planets to
fight off the Draconians. Some humanoids allied themselves with
the Draconians, out of common, martial values. The Anunnaki are such
a civilization. Some claim Gene Roddenberry and George Lucas were
subconsciously influenced by these events. The contactee literature
is older than their movies.

Although the movie does reasonably well to paint this backdrop, the
rest of the story becomes thoroughly butchered by the Wachowski
brothers. Balem is trying to “harvest” planet Earth in an attempt to
keep the Annunaki race immortal. According to Bible and Koran, a
coming “harvest” is for souls, not for physical organs. Channeled
interviews known as the Ra Material state that human beings evolved
from animals and eventually will evolve to 4th and 5th dimensional
god-like beings outside time/space boundaries. This is what the
Wachowskis missed entirely. These higher dimensional beings have no
need for physical manifestation. Many detest the idea of being
incarnate, the same way I would detest the idea of becoming a fish.

This leads us to the next big question – what happened to the 2012
ascension date? Obviously, nothing happened in my reality or I
wouldn’t be here. Some say the due date only amounted to a rotation
of the earth’s axes tilt. That happens every 26,000 years, which
matches the Mayan calendar long count. Maybe that would explain the
current climate change. So an ice age is due but are humans going to
ascend? If good and evil can both ascend, then maybe should wait.
Human civilization is vicious, brutish and short. Don’t blame the
Olympians, blame yourself. Nobody wants to give us the keys to their
kingdom until we get our act together. I don’t mean waiting for Jesus
to come back either; he obviously went AWOL.

So how do the Wachowski fare in their depiction of Anuannki? I would
say mediocre. John Travolta’s Battlefield Earth gives a much more
realistic depiction of them. I’m also a fan of Stan Straczynski’s
Babylon 5 series. Straczynski paints a galactic battle between two
opposing forces manifested by elder races, each vying to control
mankind. One side values order, the other chaos. Both want humans to
evolve along their respective paths.


World Cup Post #2: Day 2, The End of Spain?

Netherlands 5
Spain 1

After four years of awesomeness Spain seems to have hit the bottom. It started off with Barcelona- that magical, uniquely Spanish team that became one of the best ever. With their pure passing and possession game, they not only won the Spanish League and Champions’ League but they also won the much under appreciated World Club Cup becoming the first European team to do so. As the World Cup started in 2010, everybody knew Spain would do well. Their starting 11 were mostly a carbon copy of Barcelona. They played the same game. Spain won the World Cup and made a mockery of Holland, who played an ugly physical game in the final.

Four years later, Spain still has arguably the greatest reserve of players of any country. Take a look at any big club and you are bound to see a few or more Spanish stars. But today, their ultimate weakness has been exposed. They are missing the guy who was there when Barcelona won it all. They guy who headed the winning goal against Germany in 2010. The guy who played every game in the last world cup. The guy who could put forwards in fear just from the sight of his hair. Who else but King Carlos Puyol. One of the greatest defenders to ever play the game. Slow of foot and speed, Puyol had real determination, intelligence and an uncanny natural gift for defense action. Without him, Barcelona looks as focused in the back as a novella plot line during Christmas. Barcelona won nothing last year as he sat it out with an injury. They finally started to “search” for a new center once it was clear Puyol would not be coming back. But it was already too late.

If you saw the Champion’s League semifinal between Real Madrid and Barcelona, you know what I mean. Who could forget that wily little Gareth Bale whizzing by a helpless Barcelona defender to score the crushing goal.
Spain are now in the same place.

With their treasure-trove of talented players, Spain surprisingly have few central defenders to replace Puyol. Against Holland, they put Pique and Sergio Ramos in the back. Ramos, also known as the butcher, is a hot shot defender who can push forward and create chances. Too bad he can’t mark as well he can run. He is known for clumsy tackles, and doe-eyed glares when he takes a player down. He is not really a full back and he is certainly no centre-half. To his side is the light-headed Pique, a man with fraction of the concentration and intelligence of Puyol. Without somebody steering the way, Pique is better off working as circus mime in Barcelona then taking over King Puyol’s shoes.

So what now? They could field an entirely new eleven players in their next group games and still win. However, they still have no centre-half. I mean Iran has center-halfs who are mediocre at best but Spain plays with converted attacking mid-fielder like Ramos and Jordi Alba. They are there because there are too many good players up front to choose from. So, they put them in the back. Big mistake. Take it from the Azzuri, put at least one good defender in the game.

How they will solve that problem this late is beyond me. That’s good news for my bookie.

World Cup Blog 1: Group F, Leader of the Third-World

Group F should be known as the Muslim group because it has three Muslim sides and Argentina. If you think the world’s biggest sport does not have corruption, I would say think again. The way that these groups are arranged always has some sort of geopolitical backdrop. Remember the year, Iran and the United States were in the same group? The winner of this group represents many things, much bigger than football. So, here is a run down followed by a geopolitical spook shock analysis.
Bosnia is a European nation with skill in attack and a genuine passing game. In Edin Dzeko, they have a superstar striker who excels in the air. He can score against any team, being especially dangerous on set pieces and crosses. However, their defense seems childish and too physically weak to resist a strong attack.
Nigeria is a good team but they look unorganized in the back. Instead of the usual super eagle finesse, they seem more into fierce runs forward like Ghana. If their defense becomes organized and they combine fine Nigerian ball skills with defense, they can go far.
Iran comes from arguably the weakest continent – Asia. After offing the unruly Koreans, they never faced a good side. Their strength is in the defensive midfield position with world class player Javad Nekounam leading the way. A veteran of the Spanish side Osasuna, I’ve seen him impose his presence on the likes of Ronaldo’s Real Madrid and Messi’s Barcelona. It was usually the home match at Osasuna which decided who lost the race in Spain that year. For the Iranian national side, he hasn’t really done a bad job but certainly doesn’t seem as comfortable. It will take a huge effort for him to carry this team on his back. Younger players such as Charlton Athletic’s Dejagah and Goochinejad will be the ones who create chances moving forward.
Argentina are obviously the favorites to win. They have too many good players to mention in one sitting. Plus they have this guy named Leo Messi. However, as a group, these rancheros don’t seem to dominate their opponents. If I were them, I would try ten shots per game in the opening rounds. Anything less will put them out of rhythm. With convincing wins against Brazil and Spain, Latin American teams are not a problem. However, against the tall Germans they have a distinct height disadvantage and they can’t seem to impose themselves physically. They are probably behind Uruguay in South American rankings.
Algeria is a French side (since most of their players are actually French-born and French-speaking). That means the Illuminati have designated the runner-up in this group to represent the only Muslim-majority country to advance past the first round. Geopolitically this is huge. Will Iran, the most advanced-third world country beat the odds? Or will Bosnia and Nigeria take their spot? Whoever the winner, it is clear that the Illuminati will be celebrating with a giant pyramid in the background. Um, please make sure the script comes out better than last time. I remember the final in the last world cup turning into a knife fight with heels because the Dutch team decided they couldn’t win it by playing soccer so they tried to be physical and lost. Be “seeing” you.

Sufism or Atlantis mystery religion?

 Pre-Islamic Origins of Sufism

The origins of Sufism remain largely unknown. The traditional definition
of Sufism is esoteric Islam. However, some scholars contend Sufism is a
far older religion disguised in Islamic garb. In this paper, I will briefly
introduces different sources with suggest Sufism is in fact part of a far time
period which has not yet been accepted by mainstream historians. First I
will distinguish Sufism from normative Islam in order to refute the claim that
Sufism is part of Islam. Second, I will trace the origins of Sufism to ancient
Egyptian mystery religions. Third, I shall introduce esoteric sources which
suggest the existence of an antedilluvian civilization which is not fully
recognized by historians. The aim of this paper is not to prove the
existence of this alternative timeline but to simply examine the current
literature on the subject in lieu of my theory. To start, I…

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Sufism or Atlantis mystery religion?

 Pre-Islamic Origins of Sufism

The origins of Sufism remain largely unknown. The traditional definition
of Sufism is esoteric Islam. However, some scholars contend Sufism is a
far older religion disguised in Islamic garb. In this paper, I will briefly
introduces different sources with suggest Sufism is in fact part of a far time
period which has not yet been accepted by mainstream historians. First I
will distinguish Sufism from normative Islam in order to refute the claim that
Sufism is part of Islam. Second, I will trace the origins of Sufism to ancient
Egyptian mystery religions. Third, I shall introduce esoteric sources which
suggest the existence of an antedilluvian civilization which is not fully
recognized by historians. The aim of this paper is not to prove the
existence of this alternative timeline but to simply examine the current
literature on the subject in lieu of my theory. To start, I will briefly outline the
key features which distinguish Sufism from Islam.

To see why Sufism is not part of Islam,one need only look to the core
structures that distinguish Sufi practices. These elements may be
categorized as the tariqa fraternal orders, the doctrine of wahdat al wujud
and historical links to certain countries.  The tariqa orders are a distinct organization                                                                          method that may be surmised as master-disciple relationship. These orders have a strict
hierarchical structure. The enlightened master dictates all the customs,
rules and protocol of each order. This sort of context remains unknown and
mostly taboo in orthodox Islamic traditions. However, master-disciple
relationships exist in most gnostic and vedic traditions. Furthermore, the
7th century Iranian chivalric orders or Javanmardi seem to have a direct
influence as different forms of fraternity. Hence, the mere structure of
Sufism is almost heretical to Islam, which forbids any kind of intercession
between man and god. The doctrinal elements of Sufism point to a more intentional synergy of
Islamic terminology (or “outer garb”) with a core of pre-Zoroastrian or
Gnostic cosmology. The 12th century Persian mystic, Suhrahvardi
discusses the influence of Mazdaism on Sufism. Furthermore, some of the
key concepts of the Neo-Platonism have been argued as an influence on
Sufism. The most dominant ideological phrase in Sufism is “Wahdat al-
Wujud” which means unity of being. Although the phrase is variously
purported to have existed in middle-ages, I argue that concept of Wahdat
al-Wujud is far older. Gnostic concepts of the logos, states of
consciousness and soul provide similar ideas about the oneness of being.
This concept can loosely be translated to life being a manifestation of an
illusion of separateness. Yet, in reality the separateness is part of the
same, unchanging state. Gnosticism itself traces its origins to Hermes
Hemengistum or the mythical Egyptian god, Thoth. This proved yet another
link to Ancient Egypt. More a direct link is the lineages that all Sufi orders maintain. Each
master chooses another master either hereditary or not. The first master is
usually the founder of the order. Many modern Sufi orders trace their
lineage to a mystic named Dhul-Nun al-Misri, who was said to have tutored
Ibn-Farid, another famous early Sufi mystic. He lived in Cairo and his last
name literally means the Egyptian. Little direct information is known about
Dhul-Nun al-Misri but he is said to have “known the secrets of the
hieroglyphics and introduced gnosis to Sufism.” Other groups trace their
lineage directly to Muhammad or Ali but mainly as nod to Islam than
anything tangible. According to Khemitologist or scholars of ancient
Egyptian lore, the term “suf” relates directly to the study of hieroglyphs. Dr.
Abdl Al Hakim, maintains that the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic language
was called “suf”. Hieroglyphics being a complex writing system had a
hidden meaning which only the initiates could understand. Hence only the
esoterist such as Duhl-Nin-al Misri understood this language.
In addition, there are scores of esoteric traditions not directly part
of Sufism which trace their origins to ancient Egypt. In the west, these
traditions were thoroughly crushed by the large scale crusades of the
Roman Catholic Church. Individual prosecutions for witchcraft, forced
many to renounce hide their beliefs or face death. Ironically, while the
crusades destroyed many of these groups, a faction of the crusaders
secretly converted to one of these traditions. During one of the early
crusades an unusual alliance between one crusader group and a Sufi
sect occurred. This sect known as the Hashashin was headquartered
in Iranian and Syrian castles. They took hashish before certain rituals
or engaging in political assassinations. Their leader was famously
called the “old man of the mountain” by the knights. In the Sufi
tradition, Hasan-e-Sabah is known as a great hero who stood up to the
Islamic orthodoxy. Through this alliance, the Knight’s Templar
rediscovered the gnostic libraries. The current members of the
Freemason rites trace their origins to this event. However, the true
origins of masonry is still a mystery among their own members. The
Freemasons are organized in an extremely hierarchical system
whereby the master of the lineage is the only one privy to information
regarding the origins or purpose of their organization.
So Sufism reveals a key link to ancient Egypt structurally
historically and doctrinally. This point is not well-accepted among
historians who either link Sufism to Islam or to Indo-Iranian traditions. I
argue that Sufism is not part of Islam but of an older tradition with
primary roots in Egypt, not Persia. Past this point, history becomes
quite murky. However, I intend to argue Sufism is linked to a far older
civilization than even ancient Egypt. The current or old historical
cannon maintain that the earliest human civilizations existed in the near
east around eight-thousand years ago. However, the most recent
archeology has kept revealing cities and advanced civilizations that are
far older. Writers such as Graham Hancock and Erich Von Daniken,
Stephen Mehler and Colin Wilson have painfully shown the
archaeological evidence for the existence of a maritime culture far older
Egypt. This maritime culture is believed to the be the same mythical
city which Plato called Atlantis. It is believed to be located in the
Bermuda Triangle. There is very recent archeological evidence of
underwater pyramids off the coast of Cuba. The existence of the socalled
Bimini road also points to this conclusion.

My research into this history has made use of unorthodox sources to
uncover a narrative about the past that has alluded mainstream
archaeologist and historians. New Age channeling is a movement within
the New Age community. Its popularity has been growing since the 1970s
and remains today a real-life mythology outlet. On a psychological level,
channeling involves talking to beings who are not physically incarnate.
These beings are sometimes called extraterrestrials or civilizations that are
millions of years older than mankind. The channel has a link with one of
these beings. Interviews are conducted by a third-party person who asks
the incarnate being questions through the medium or channel.5 Through
these interviews, the channel provides detailed information regarding the
origins of mankind, mythology and religion. One of the most well-known of
these readings was conducted by a group of anthropologists and medical
professionals in the 1970s. They recorded numerous sessions with a being
who claimed to be the Egyptian deity Amun-Ra. Their recorded interviews
are called the Ra Material. It gives a history of mankind that goes back
million of years before the earliest civilizations to wars fought in outer
space between different advanced extraterrestrial civilizations. These
civilization help seed mankind. A timeline of these events closely matches
those of many Pacific Island, African and Near Eastern creation stories.
The aim of my work is not to academically prove these connections but to
present this information in a logical way that may benefit academia in the
future. The literature is rich and vast. It simply needs to be presented in
order to become compelling.


Blavatsky, Helen. Isis unveiled (London: J.W. Bouton, 1877)
Gurdjieff, Ivan. Meetings with Remarkable Men (NY: Martino Fine Books 1963)
Hall, Manley. Secret Teachings of All Ages (NY: Tarcher, 1928)
History, Archeology, Mythology:
Daniken, Erich. The Chariots of the Gods (NY: Berkley, 1984)
Hodgson, Marshall. The Venture of Islam (Chicago: University of Chicago Press,
Mehler, Stephen. The Land of Osiris (NY: Adventures Unlimited, 2002)
Sitchin, Zakaria. Twelfth Planet: Book I of the Earth Chronicles (NY: Harper,
Wilson, Colin. From Atlantis to the Sphinx (London: Arthur Pubens, 2004)
Sufi Tradition:
Nurbakhsh, Javad. Masters of the Path: A History of the Masters of the
Nimatullahi Sufi Order (London: KNP, 1980)
Nurkaksh, Javad. The Psychology of Sufism (Del va Nafs) (London: KNP, 1993)

New Age Channeling:
Elkins, Don and James Allen McCarty and Carla Rueckert. The Ra Material: An
Ancient Astronaut Speaks (NY: L/L Research, 1984)
Valerian, Valdamar and Alex Collier. Defending Sacred Ground, The Andromedan
Compendium (NY: Leading Edge Research Group, 1997)

Note: Footnoted version of this article is available in .pdf format upon request.

A Gude to Other Dimensions

According to the channelers, the point of life is to evolve in some spiritual path. Accordingly, each dimension is itself one level in a sense to ascend.  So just what is it like to move to higher dimensions? Let’s think about this rationally.

What is the first dimension?

Mathematically it is usually considered a point in space. 

Second Dimension? A Stick figure

Third Dimension – Movement around a vertically, and horizontally and laterally. Maybe an animal?

Fourth Dimension – Third dimension plus time or in essence our world.  A thinking animal? 

Fifth Dimension –  A shiny beam of light up the Yin-Yang.

Sixth Dimension –  Kwai Chang Caine from Kung Fu got here before the did the remake.  He went down a notch with the remake.

Seventh Dimension – Kwai Chang Cane’s master. That old guy was definitely past the fourth dimension.

Did you see the show he traveled through time?  

Eight Dimension –  A piece of Zorro’s hair flowing in a giant vat of molten zinc.

Ninth Dimension – A place where you, Jesus and your mother will share the same ice cream cone. Don’t ask me how.

Tenth Dimension – This is the place where weirdos hangout online.

Eleventh Dimension – A place where shit happens twice but disappears before you remembered what happens.

Twelfth Dimension – Now this is the real mystery.  I just can’t imagine it.  I think Jesus and Hitler got to this point but got kicked out when they refused to wear lady’s underpants for the big creator.

Onwards Ho! Don’t  let your feeble misconceptions blind you.  You are entering higher dimension all the time. You just don’t know it yet.

Galactic Federation or United Federation?

Is Star Trek fact or fiction? Gene Roddenberry was apparently doing more than dreaming.

United Federation of Planets Galactic Federation of Light
Founded: 2161, San Francisco, Earth Founded: Millions of Years ago, Lyrae Star System
Government: Utopian, Socialist, Poverty, Crime eliminated Egaliterian, Utopian society, Poverty, Crime eliminated
The Federation is described as an interstellar federal polity with, as of the year 2373, more than 150 member planets and thousands of colonies spread across 8,000 light years of the Milky Way Galaxy and taking the form of a post-capitalist liberal democracy and constitutional republic. It has also been described as a utopian socialist society. The Federation is described as stressing, at least nominally, the values of universal liberty, equality, justice, peace and cooperation. “The Galactic Federation of Light was founded over 4.5 million years ago to prevent inter-dimensional dark forces from dominating and exploiting this galaxy.
At present, there are just over 200,000 member star nations, confederations or unions. Approximately 40% are humanoids and the rest are varied forms of sentient beings.
Most members of the Galactic Federation are fully conscious beings.”