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    Thursday, January 31, 2008

    Wedding Weirdness

    This film poster sees yet another current disembodied sexless (somewhat mermaid resonating) torso out in the global mind. Confirming an as jet un-understood pattern (see Tricky Torso for more (its probably some Freudian sex thing, any psych students out there? What gives here? It feels kinda creepy)). Anyway, this film "27 Dresses" is about 'tying the knot'. Ralph Ellis speculates in "Eden in Egypt" (p162) that both symbolism of the Christian marriage, where the priest ties the hands of the couple with a decorative ribbon and the Greek Gordian knot, find their origin in the ancient Egyptian symbolism of the Semai Taui.
    The Semai Taui (below), a symbol that just like the combined Red Crown of Lower Egypt and White Crown of Upper Egypt into the United Crown, represents the unity of the two nations, which Ellis believes is a symbol depicting the binding of a trachea extending from a pair of lungs. The symbolism is said to be evoking the idea that the shared language of both nations ties them together. This forms part of the book's later discussion of the confounding of languages involving Giza later becoming the biblical narrative of the Babel Tower (or The Great Pyramid).
    The trailer for the film informs us that 'the wedding is all Set'. Confirming synchromystically the Egyptian resonance of 'tying the knot'.
    The font even becoming black when invoking the similarly black skinned aardvark/jackal and Horus enemy, Set.The films production company is Fox 2000 (or 2K) Pictures (image below). Ralph Ellis believes the Great Pyramid is a map pointing towards the mountain K2 (I think he is on to something (Did Crowley or Alexander know something consciously or otherwise when questing in the Himalayas?)).
    A pivotal enough scene to make the trailer and Wikipedia entry involves the synchromystic favourite, the Taxi. As near as I can figure the taxi is closely associated to 'The Chariot'. More on that subject, maybe a little later, I have a cold...We see Edward Burns in the trailer with a screen displaying a pyramidal shape with white capstone and the letters UE (thanks for the lead rsz33). I am told this is the logo for a company in the movie called Urban Everest (our tallest Himalayan Peak second only to K2).
    Dodgy films are often the most sync rich of all. I think consciousness (the Being or no-thing in and beyond all form and thought) likes to move in mysterious ways through the unconscious mind...

    27 Dresses Movie Trailer

    More on things that really matter, like Tunney, soon...


    ViølatoR said...
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    ViølatoR said...

    Those tricky torsos are strange indeed. Some sort of Venus statue? Plus she's always dressed in "virginal" white, but never consummating the marriage, so she's ever a Virgin Goddess. Plus "virgin" just meant un-married anyways, not how we would think these days. Being a virgin/female/emotional character, she would resonate with the energy of the Moon, and "27 Dresses" might represent the moons orbital period, or "sidereal month," of 28 days. (The "28th dress" in the movie would be her own wedding dress; assuming she gets married eventually)

    The Black lettered words in the frames between scenes reads "Perfect, Wonderful, Set. Problem, Bridesmaid."

    Set's consort Nephthys is "revered as the head of the household of the gods, and her protection is given to the head woman of any house. In fact her name is given as a title to such women (literally translated it means "head of the house")." Wouldn't that make her the symbolic "housewife?"

    Notice that checkered background when she's tapping her glass (~1:55)?

    Fox 2000 = F=6, o=15, x=24
    = 666 11:11

    (PS: I wish you could edit a misspelled post rather than having to delete it!)

    db said...

    K2O from Kellogg's
    With the Kiwi stargate.

    Jake Kotze said...

    Great insightes violator. Sidereal Month, moon and menstrual cycle, virgin, marriage.. yes that sounds like your on to something.

    db love the K2O find, thanks

    Not a Blogger said...

    Perfect Wonderful Set Problem Bridesmaid Dresses.

    Christopher Loring Knowles said...

    My feeling is that the disembodied torso is an infantile thing- the baby being focused on the mother's breasts and face. One of those primal things the way a lot of ambient usic replicates sound being heard in the womb.

    Peggy Carter said...
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    Peggy Carter said...

    I agree the torso pictured above is infantile from a psychological analysis POW. Infantile men are scared of what is below the waist. Also, the image appears violent or angry against women. IMHO. Somehow babyish men can exhibit a bit of pathological anti-woman hatred. Hatred and fear going together.

    I was recently looking up the stories of the hebrew matriarchs. There are four: Sarah, Rebecca, Leah and Rachel, from what I could find. Leah and Rachel are twins who are both in love with the same man, Jacob. Rachel was the younger. The older was less good-looking and always crying, supposedly since Jacob loved her younger sister. The movie seems like a re-working of this Biblical story. Jacob was also a twin brother (Esau) and his favoring the younger sister over the older somehow triggered a massive fate: some brother being sent to Egypt to work? (Im not clear exactly. I will ask my Talmudic scholar friends how this was. :))

    But I *do* know that Aaron, who is mentioned in propeller-heads youtube vid, was a descendant of Jacob through Leah's son "Levi" which name means "United/joined." (Leah was the older unloved sister, if you've forgotton by now. She got the fame of the descendants and lots of children, while Rachel got the love of their (shared between them) husband). Levi was named by both parents in hoping the birth would join them two together. Levi was the ancestor of the priests. Also, these peeps are quite inbred. Jacob and Leah were first cousins. Someone else in there married his aunt.

    Peggy Carter said...

    POW should read "POV" and means, "point of view."

    I've been told the very early stories of the Hebrews are all strictly mythological tribal history stories. I've been struck for a while with the parallel between "Abraham / Sara" and "Braham / Saras." Brahama is the creator "god," East of the Indus River and "Saras [-wati, diminutive ending]" is his consort, "power" or "wife."

    ViølatoR said...

    Here's a strange torso picture. Everything but the head, and everything important covered up.

    Just Me said...

    The "tricky torsos" reminde me of the movie "Boxing Helena."

    Just Me said...

    Here's a picture of Helena that shows what I mean.

    aferrismoon said...

    Reading a Chris Hyatt book, I think, there was a past on how a lot of 'New Age Foo-Foo' or 'Cosmic Foo' encouraged many meditators and spiritual voyagers to leave their body. The oft-cited 'u can't take it with you' seems to push the idea that leaving your body is a good thing, the bodies essentially a taxi, Humans smell and have to eat food - grody to the max, and poo, why don't u.
    Anyhow no organs making juicy wet stuff, or soylent green precursors.
    As well as 'infantile men' there are a lot of women who deem it de rigeur to slim into boy-shapes and boy-roles. Remarks about the fashion industry getting into the heroin look, the Size 0 , androgyny etc.
    Also the idea that bodily sex is no longer required.
    I assume too, that the woman, minus a vagina may not be entered , consentingly or otherwise. All the better for killing little boys - no maternal instinct, a woman's scorn and we have a beautiful death machine. After all, the technology of Venus is what comes between us
    Its another image to poster streets and bus-stops etc - freaking out old ladies and children.

    Re> Sunchromysticing - The Breasts resonate with the Mountains and pillarmids, well not so much the pillars. The Valley of the Kings has been concreted over for Parking, to see the mountains.

    I notice the 11:11 teeshirt2 posts ago kinda resembles the glyphs used inthe Taui hiero.

    27 = the Hebrew Alephbeyt incl the 5 final letter-forms
    I feel sure that Egyptian gods had companies, and I think that there were 3 of these, of 9 . They were in 8s [ male-female] headed by a leader-god

    samsasua said...

    I know this is off-topic, and I apologize for that, but I really have to ask: does anyone know WTH has happened to Ben Fairhall, or, more specifically, his blogs? Thanks in advance.

    Love your work Jake.

    aferrismoon said...

    K = 20 via the Hebrew, and in the Sepher Yetsira corresponds to the SUN card, which tingulates somewhat, though I haven't realised as to why yet.

    Ben said...

    i love in the "27 dresses" trailer when katherine is calling for a toast or something right in front of a checkerboard motif. shes literally resonating as she clincks her glass, nevermind the sync resonance.

    A Figure Eight said...

    Set disfigured Osiris. This has been related to me as a symbolic disembodying, which the human race continues to perpetuate by scarring the Earth. We cut down the forests. We are lost in this pattern Set set before us.

    The Earth Mother is the Feminine. So, these disembodied female torsos are clues to me relating the pattern of Set that we carry out upon the natural Feminine, that needs to be healed. Healed thru a wedding of polarity sides to become whole perhaps??