Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Part 12 - Decoding The Penitent Man (2010) - Are You Scared if I AM?


While the threats of Ebola, terrorism and socio-economic instability continue to dominate today's headlines, the biggest threat we face is still that of deception. The lies told by politicians and other representatives of governments through the complicit media are damaging, but the lies told to us as “history” are at the root of it, because the other lies are spun off it. Look at how the world still moves and grooves to the beat of the 9/11 and global warming-cooling / Green environmental carbon footprint nonsense. Perhaps the worst of the lies comes from those who distort and rewrite biblical history. The resulting interpretations of the present are skewed and as the most crucial events of mankind's future draw near, the worldly have no idea what a snare awaits them.

After pausing this series for a few weeks, you may want to review Parts 10 and 11 to refresh your memory because I'm returning to those same scenes. The subjects relate to the revealing of the lawless one that comes in 2015.



Here's how the ritual scotch-pouring and crystal-stopper-oscillating Antichrist baptismal scene unfolds. What I'm going to share about this baptismal scene extends what I already described in Parts 10 and 11.

Pyatt: You being here brings all that into question. I need a drink, man. [having stood up, walks over to the liquor cabinet] You want a soda, a Scotch, water, what? [Pyatt squats down to open the cabinet]

Darnell: A glass of water would be great, doc. [Pyatt retrieves a decanter of Scotch from the cabinet and stands up while removing the stopper.

Darnell: So what's the diagnosis, doc? [Pyatt decants some Scotch into a glass. With his right hand he nervously jiggles the crystal stopper, right behind the idol of the Lord of the Dance.]

Pyatt: Well, [done pouring, he caps the decanter] you are either crazy, [puts the Scotch back inside the cabinet] a very, very accomplished pathological liar, [pours water from the pitcher in his right hand into the glass held in his left hand, sets down the pitcher, transfers the glass of water to his right hand, picks up his glass of Scotch with his left] or, you're telling the truth. [carries drinks over to Darnell]

Darnell: Does it scare you if I am?
[Darnell receives his glass of water with his right hand from Pyatt's right hand.]

Pyatt: I think, I think regardless of what happens now there will always be that curiosity. I can safely say I've never seen anything like this before. [sips his Scotch]

Darnell: Good, that's all I could hope for.

The baptism and anointing pictured by the decanting of spirit and pouring of water into host receptacles was not the first in the sequence. Pyatt uncorks the decanter while he is still rising from the squatting position, and because of the camera placement, our view of him is through the clear pitcher of water. He seems to rise out of the water, as the beast John saw coming up out of the sea. We later see him receiving the head wound that puts him in a coma, a sleep of death. Darnell, recovered, bears the scar.

1 And the dragon stood on the sand of the seashore. Then I saw a beast coming up out of the sea, ... And the dragon gave him his power and his throne and great authority. 3 I saw one of his heads as if it had been slain, and his fatal wound was healed. And the whole earth was amazed and followed after the beast; ~ Revelation 13:1-3

When Darnell asks, “So what's the diagnosis, doc?”, Pyatt responds with three conclusions that make sense from a superficial perspective but represent a misdirection from the esoteric. By definition, a diagnosis is a critical analysis of the nature of something or the conclusion reached by such analysis. There is another definition in the context of biology, which is appropriate for the kind of doctor whose interests go beyond psychology. A diagnosis is a brief description of the distinguishing characteristics of an organism, as for taxonomic classification. On the theme of a man being transformed into a god-man beast, this certainly applies!

Just before approaching the liquor cabinet, Pyatt declares, “I need a drink, man.” Taxonomic classification: man. While he is performing the first baptism-anointing ritual of the sequence, Darnell prompts him to reconsider his taxonomic classification. “So what's the diagnosis, doc?” While Pyatt performs the second baptism-anointing ritual (pouring the scotch and water), he verbally provides a three-fold response. With the third and final baptism-anointing ritual of the set (a 3 second hand off from Pyatt to Darnell), Darnell makes a very succinct declaration about his updated taxonomic classification. “Does it scare you if I am?” Just who is the I AM? This is how the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob identified himself when He met with Moses in the burning bush on the mountain.

13 And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say unto them? 14 And God said unto Moses, I Am That I Am: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I Am hath sent me unto you. 15 And God said moreover unto Moses, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, the Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, hath sent me unto you: this is my name for ever, and this is my memorial unto all generations. ~ Exodus 3:13-15

Darnell declares himself (who is one with Pyatt) to be the I AM. Former taxonomic classification: man. Reclassification: God.

3 Let no one in any way deceive you, for it will not come unless the apostasy comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction, 4 who opposes and exalts himself above every so-called god or object of worship, so that he takes his seat in the temple of God, displaying himself as being God. ~ 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4

Does it scare you if I AM? It scared Moses.

6 He said also, “I am the God of your father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.” Then Moses hid his face, for he was afraid to look at God. ~ Exodus 3:6

Darnell and Pyatt were looking at each other face to face, and making eye contact as they both held the water vessel being passed between them.

When Pyatt responds to Darnell's coded question he avoids a direct answer, and in their NLP laden exchange, allusion is made to a very pertinent expression made in the 5th chapter of 1 Thessalonians. Peace and safety.

Darnell: Does it scare you if I am?
Pyatt: I think, I think regardless of what happens now there will always be that curiosity. I can safely say I've never seen anything like this before.
Darnell: Good, that's all I could hope for.

Darnell questions Pyatt about his peace. Pyatt answers with a remark about safety. We're talking about hope, here, the hope, the good hope of the saints.

1 Now as to the times and the epochs, brethren, you have no need of anything to be written to you. 2 For you yourselves know full well that the day of the Lord will come just like a thief in the night. 3 While they are saying, “Peace and safety!” then destruction will come upon them suddenly like labor pains upon a woman with child, and they will not escape. ~ 1 Thessalonians 5:1-3

“While they are saying, peace and safety” - “I can safely say.” Pyatt conspicuously avoided saying anything about any lack of peace.

The passage is really key to what's going on in the day and hour being modeled. The difference between those upon whom destruction comes suddenly and those who will be saved by the Bridegroom Thief is declared in a cryptic way right there in verses 1 and 2. Do you still need to be written to about times and the epochs? Do you really know full well about the coming of the Thief? The Adversary has been spilling the beans about such matters in The Penitent Man and in many other avenues of revelation. The hour is late, saints, very late indeed!

Time and time travel is the constant theme that is woven into this sly film in so many ways. Here's a few more illustrations.

Time is money, as the saying goes. This was brought to Aaron's mind repeatedly for days before we finally caught on to where the Lord was going with it. This metaphor is leveraged in how the wad of bills that Darnell gave to Pyatt is always presented, neatly folded and bound with a rubber band. Folded money is folded time, folded time-space as at the formation of a wormhole. It's just like what was modeled by Darnell's folding pocket watch. You see, it was the date printed on the folded money that was the evidence about time-travel that convinced Pyatt and His wife. Time is money.


More clever time and time travel imagery appears in the setting of the beverage service baptism.


See how the lamp paints light on the wall, creating the image of an hourglass. Recall the hourglass shaped patio table at the Pretty Parlor, from Part 6. How clever that this hourglass symbol on the “spirit” cabinet is created using light. That lamp is the source of light that bathes everything in Pyatt's oscillating crystal stopper and wristwatch wearing Scotch decanting routine.

The hourglass symbolism is supplemented by the scene's audio track. When we see the light painted hourglass and the conversation revolves around the grandfather paradox, we hear music that is a subtle reminder of a long running soap opera, Days of Our Lives. The words that attend the theme music? “Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.” Is this obscure? Not at all. Days of Our Lives, is an American daytime soap opera, one of the longest-running scripted television programs in the world. It's been broadcast nearly every weekday since November 8, 1965.

Compare for yourself. Here's some examples, although the more similar soap opera soundtrack comes from variations heard during the show.

The Penitent Man Original Soundtrack - Rising Questions
Days of Our Lives opening theme (1973)


In this sequence, another symbol object appears as an innocent prop sitting on the coffee table. The box of tissues is a cube. I've written about the cube (like the Marvel Universe cube) in several posts that deal with time-space issues. The cube represents a higher dimensional space, kind of like how Darnel's watch pocket represents a “pocket universe.” The cube is a 3D projection of the 4th dimensional object called a tesseract. It's presented in sci-fi media and in Occult signaling contexts as an energetic space-time stargate device. The cube is featured as the camera rotates around the central coffee table to make two full circuits. If we take that as the earth orbiting the sun (which is considered by many to be a portal through which energy radiates into our dimension), with the picture of the full moon and other imagery that suggests a celestial context, it speaks to me of Genesis 45. It's another explicit time reference to another mission that is perfectly fit for this season!

5 Now do not be grieved or angry with yourselves, because you sold me here, for God sent me before you to preserve life. 6 For the famine has been in the land these two years, and there are still five years in which there will be neither plowing nor harvesting. 7 God sent me before you to preserve for you a remnant in the earth, and to keep you alive by a great deliverance. ~ Genesis 45:5-7

(See Joseph and Benjamin - Beyond the Veil)

On this subject of the celestial imagery, which played a very significant role at the Pretty Parlor, the decanter of Scotch deserves another consideration. The word, decanter, begins with the word, decan. The decans are constellations. Each of the 12 signs of the Zodiac have 3 associated signs. Inherent in the decanter is the idea of the ancient marking of the passage of time, as on a star clock.

“The Decans are 36 groups of stars (small constellations) which rise consecutively on the horizon throughout each earth rotation. The rising of each decan marked the beginning of a new decanal "hour" (Greek hora) of the night for the ancient Egyptians, and they were used as a sidereal star clock beginning by at least the 9th or 10th Dynasty (ca 2100 BCE.) ... Decans continued to be used throughout the Renaissance in astrology and in magic, but modern astrologers almost entirely ignore them.” (Wikipedia)

Given how the decanter is wielded in Pyatt's left hand (path) as he decants the Scotch, it seems quite relevant. He's pouring spirit from the crystal DECANter that makes reference to the sidereal star clock's motion, while he wears a wristwatch on the same hand, which probably has a crystal oscillator circuit. In his other hand, he oscillates the crystal DECANter stopper - right behind the cosmological time signaling idol of the Lord of the Dance.