Jack Kirby a.k.a 'King' Kirby's (KK/K2) "2001: A Space Odyssey" comes under synchromystic scrutiny due to a referral by Christopher Knowles.
Getting comics is something I take for granted as downloading them is generally no hassle. I have little objection to using technology to share information, artist get there material spread everywhere, while a new form of compensation (energy exchange) is evolving.
For a workable model expandable into a new 'Internet economy' read Iain M. Banks' "The Algebraist". Great stargate stuff in that one, to boot...
"The Dwellers, a hyper-advanced (and ancient) post-civilisation, lead an almost anarchic existence based on kudos, and inhabit the majority of gas-giant planets in the galaxy." wiki
The "2001: A Space Odyssey" series by Jack Kirby has proved a stumper (in part to groovy download sites being attacked by the 'anti-cruise' i.e MPAA/CRIA). Well, no real bother as doing the retro, circa 2004 thing can always prove fun. That is, putting on your scarf and taking a walk around town 'to the comic book depository!' .
As of yet I have only 3 issues, but already a golden sync nugget has been uncovered. What makes it even better is that I wouldn't have found it on a torrent download as they usually remove the advertisements. Thus the universe, in its infinite wisdom, bars me from an easy download only to reward me with a great sync.
King Kong (note the similarity to 'King' Kirby and the K2/2K resonance) stands atop the the WTC pillarmids (pillar/pyramid resonators), right of the bat as you page over the cover of issue 4!
King Kong has been synchromystically connected to non human super primates that resonate Thoth in "Non Human Primates as Thoth". The films use of The Sphere sculpture, "Starman" Jeff Bridges and helicopters flying above the pillarmids was also noted in "Itsy Bitsy Illuminati Propellerheads". In more recent efforts the focus has turned to K2 resonators as was noted along with the red Circle-K from "Bill and Ted's Excellent (yes, indeed it is..) Adventure" in "Why 2K: Part 1" and Steve Willner's "Tesla, The Black Cat, and Doors of Perception". We both found the double K of the Circle-K independently at the same time, Steve (who actually researched "Bogus Journey") was looking for phone booths, I was looking for Khan. So it goes...
Worth mentioning here is the responsible studio, Paramount's logo, a synchromystic pyramount (pyramid resonating mountain).
Take some time to examine the striking similarity (well, in my mind it is) of this stargate surrounded peak (even giving me a Noah rainbow arch feel) while comparing it with K2 below.
Kubrick and Clarke's, possibly committee of 9 inspired (see Al-Noah), "2001: Space Odyssey" is the seminal stargate film. While entraining with the 2001 September 11th Mega Ritual's consciousness altering function, the film also bleeds into reality (or vice versa) as the flush with ground zero Millenium Hilton (intentionally designed to resemble the monolith from the movie) was present at this stargate event.
Having such strong KK themes (King Kirby and King Kong) connected to Kirby's version of 2001, this recent exposure to the artists work looks to be potentially fruitful.
Excellent comic book sync searcher Adam Star from "Inside the Cosmic Cube" left a comment highlighting this article "The Kirby/Kong Konnection?" The piece describes the theory that the artists John Berkey referenced and based his 'Thoth Kong' on Kirby's Captain America cover above (note the King Kirby/K2 sync wink). Considering both the coincident timing, seeing issuing of both pieces (+- December 1975) and the unique arrangement of elements (note the legs of Cap and Kong) adding the now 'on fire' synchromystical KK/911 flavour. I would place my bets on the affirmative. Having Kong also now possibly resonating Captain America is a fascinating issue in itself.
Another time the advertisements on comics became relevant to the 911 Mega Ritual can be seen below.
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