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    Tuesday, November 13, 2007

    A Tribute To Robin Tunney 1

    The K2 Pyramount and Robin Tunney, the "Stargate Queen".

    Just some relevant images from Part 1 (the rest are up at the BNWO). Hope you folks know I think this (Vertical Limit) is a horrible film and I would never encourage anybody to watch most of the movies I use in this series. If your renting for quality don't bother following my ideas! Man sync rich movies can suck. I am sometimes in pain from all the crap I watch. There must be a lesson there, I'll think about it....

    Ice Age 1 with the Kecksburg UFO and Nazi Bell theme, frozen in an ice cube.
    Alien ship with hexagon over the acorn in "Chicken Little"

    For the right context and more info about the acorn sync see this video:
    Lost in Manhattan - B (Comic Book Cycle Part 5)

    Red Ice creations audio interview with Joseph P. Farrell where the Kecksburg acorn shaped UFO is compared to the sound of a beehive and the Nazi Bell.

    Ice Age 2 with the Noah deluge thus Giza/Atlantis (assuming the Atlantean pillars are the pyramids) resonance present in the Ice Age. Seemingly this synchromysticly suggests the Pyramids existed in the Ice Age?

    Aleister Crowley's "Grid Page" from the alleged inspired text "The Book of the Law" said to contain a secret cipher. I'm only interested here in the 3 major elements. The grid, diagonal and target or bulls eye.

    The Aleister Crowley "Grid Page" elements start to take shape around Tunney. Ice Age caveman and "Mummy"/Pyramid raider Brendan Fraser. The diagonal and target imposed over Robin's face. (Scene from Encino Man above)

    Tunney inside the magick circle or stargate in "The Craft"

    Tunney and the book of Magick inside the grid shelf.

    Can you identify this specific book or edition? Many books display "Magick" on the cover, I am not sure if this is specifically a Crowley title. Let me know if you can identify it... Either way this is the Crowley originated way of spelling the word in shot with Tunney. Both Crowley and Tunney have climbed K2.

    Please note: The octagonal cross-quarter references in this series stem directly from the research of Goro Adachi