Saturday, January 12, 2013

Part 70 - The Sodomite Gateway - A Clockwork Orange

In 1962, a dystopian novella was published called, “A Clockwork Orange,” by Anthony Burgess. This was adapted into a very controversial film by Stanley Kubrick that was released in 1971. “In the United States, A Clockwork Orange was rated X in its original release form. Later, Kubrick voluntarily replaced approximately 30 seconds of sexually explicit footage from two scenes with less bawdy action for an R rating re-release in 1973.” It was not merely pornographic but horribly violent, disturbing and offensive to many viewers. I've never watched it and don't intend to. What I perceive in the promotional posters explains much about the novella and film. Whatever the pretext, this is really about mind control programming and the violent amoral agents of chaos created through ritual abuse and sodomy.

The usual caveats apply, so if you're a victim of ritual abuse who is still being delivered or you're easily offended by mature subjects and descriptive language, please move on. If you're new to this series, welcome! You may want to start at the beginning to get the foundation for what's here. Series Links: The Sodomite Gateway

The poster you see here features the orange color of the title, which is easily recognized as a potential sodomy cue, if you've been following the series. The man in the bowler hat is the protagonist, an anti-hero named Alex. He is pictured with an eye missing, signaling the hidden or third eye enlightenment. His right eye is the seeing eye, signaling Harmerty, Horus “who rules with two eyes.” His eye is the familiar target or bindi inside the circle, symbol of the sun god. The eye looks like a gear from a clockwork mechanism. The Occult symbolism is of the rayed sun, the black sun, the anus.

The more popular movie poster features a giant stylized letter A from the title. It's a portal, with Alex pictured behind it, sticking a dagger through. The giant A is for Apollo, and Anus. Sodomize a god to get the god's power, which the accepted dynamic by those who seek it. Apollo is Horus, and Alex's eye has make-up that presents Harmerty. There's an eyeball on his wrist that is touching the tip of the white triangle to identify it as the illuminated capstone of the Beast pyramid kingdom, the triangle eye and anal triangle of illuminating ritual sodomy. The capstone of the giant A is black, signifying the dark light of Lucifer. The dagger blade is used to present a V, making a familiar pairing of AV. The up and down triangles signal the union of the heavenly sons of god with the earthly daughters of men. Given what we know about the Canaanites after the flood, which includes the residents of Sodom and Gomorrah, and what happened in the Garden of Eden, there would have been a lot of sodomy involved.

The violent and sadistic rapist and murderer shoves the knife through the A-hole in a graphic attestation to the following record of the treatment given SRA victims.

Sexual Abuse

“The sexual abuse of ritual victims is unusually brutal, sadistic, and humiliating. It is far more severe than that which is usually inflicted by a pedophile or in the context of intrafamilial sexual abuse (incest). It seems intended as a means of gaining total dominance over the victim, as well as being an end in itself.”

1. Repeated sexual assaults by men, women, and other children, often occurring in a group. May be associated with the marriage ritual, repeated fondling, oral copulation, rape and sodomy.
2. Assaults include the use of instruments for penetration of body orifices, including symbolic objects (e.g., crucifix or wand) or weapons (e.g., knife or gun).
3. Sexual assault coupled with physical violence. Participation in rituals in which sexual assault is associated with death. Forced sexual contact with dead or dying people.
4. Forced to sexually perpetrate against children and infants.
5. Forced sexual contact with animals.

Ritual Abuse and Mind Control ---Kathleen Sullivan

Alex was clearly an SRA slave, and himself, an abuser like his handlers. “In the film, his surname is DeLarge, referring to Alex's calling himself "Alexander the Large" in the novel.” (ref) This alludes to Alexander the Great.

You become as gods through sodomy; that’s the way the Greek gods became gods. Alexander the Great was a great sodomizer and his Greek army was the most fierce.” (Marion Knox - Interviewing Deprogrammers: In the House of the Strong Man Sodomy is the Key)

An argument could certainly be made for the “A” of the poster being for “Alex” and “Alexander” because the “A” is so large or great.

We get how the orange references sodomy, right? Here's three claims made by the novella's author about the title, according to the wikipedia entry, A Clockwork Orange.

“He had overheard the phrase "as queer as a clockwork orange" in a London pub in 1945.”
“His second explanation was that it was a pun on the Malay word orang, meaning "man."”
“In a prefatory note to A Clockwork Orange: A Play with Music, he wrote that the title was a metaphor for " organic entity, full of juice and sweetness and agreeable odour, being turned into a mechanism."”

The author claimed to have written it in 21 chapters in about 3 weeks. I think he had help, from below, and that he was himself illuminated. I think he understood the orange as a signal element. While the expression “as queer as a clockwork orange” may be taken in the sense of “queer” meaning strange or peculiar, “queer” also means homosexual or deviant. This is a descriptive of the anti-hero, Alex, who is a queer, a clockwork orange. What Burgess was clever to “not tell” us is what the poster art informs us about! When he revealed that a clockwork orange “was a pun on the Malay word orang, meaning 'man,'” he was directing us to solve the riddle and identify the man, Alex, as a clockwork orange, a queer, a sodomite. Redundancy. In the prefatory note mentioned, the author demonstrates his understanding of how ritual sodomy is used to create a mechanical man, one who is programmed to run like inhuman clockwork. Clocks and timers are widely used as programming symbols. Burgess characterized the victim of ritual sodomy as “an organic entity, full of juice and sweetness and agreeable odour.” Sick! Disgusting! That's just so wrong. That characterization reflects the musings of the Marquis de Sade, a willing practicer of coprophagy, the consumption of feces.

"No habit is more easily acquired than mard (excrement)-savoring; eat one, delicious, eat another, no two taste exactly alike, but all are subtle and the effect is somewhat that of an olive." Marquis de Sade

He's the guy who inspired the word, “sadism,” right?

“Being hung by hands or upside down by feet for extended periods of time. Sometimes hung from crosses in mock crucifixions. Sexual abuse while in such positions.. ... Forced nudity in front of the group. Body of the victim smeared or covered with urine or feces. Forced ingestion of urine, feces, or semen. ~ (Ritual Abuse and Mind Control---Kathleen Sullivan)

The film made Kubrick one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, and the film has become a cult classic.” [ref] No big surprise there, right. Evil is popular. The masses crave antichrist. Playing a famously disturbing role in the Batman movie franchise, actor Heath Ledger based his portrayal of The Joker on Alex DeLarge.

A Clockwork Orange. Violent rape. Sodomy. Murder. Orange. People act that way in prison. They wear orange. Hmmmmmmm. Somebody somewhere knows something.

The poster of “A Clockwork Orange” with Alex holding the dagger appears to model a crude and violent threat: ... rip him a new [bleep]. This is the expression leveraged on a popular software product by Digiarty called WinX DVD Ripper.

The stylized image of a disk drive is pictured, with the blue cover cut away or ripped open to expose the disk inside. The disk has sectors like frames of a roll of film but also resembling the sections of a slice of orange.

The product box features a disk like a black sun, held with a pair of orange phallic arrows.

The company logo features another black sun, an orange crescent enclosing the letters “ty.” Tie, as in the tie that binds. The letter “a” is inside the orange, like Alex DeLarge was inside the “A” of the movie title. Apollo, anus.

Above the a-orange and offset to the right we see a play button, the triangle-inside-circle figure that is an alchemical sodomite gateway signal. This a-orange and play button pair speaks to me of the Beast kingdom pyramid. The triangle in the circle is offset, and if we fix it, we center it above the orange “a” and set it upright. It's the capstone. The orange X below invites us to exchange something, like the lower case letter for an upper, perhaps. X-change it, and we have the A as a pyramid base.

If we consider the a-orange and play button just as they are pictured and identify the button as the eye, it would be the third in series if we balanced the set by adding two more. The one we see would be the third eye, the eye of Horus. The two that are not visible are hidden eyes. This is the device employed by the esoteric io9 logo. (This Post is Sponsored by the Letter "I") See the five orange stars? Fallen angels, sodomizers.

1 comment:

  1. A Clockwork Orange is explicitly about how people are mind-controlled and programmed and manipulated by the elite, on a personal and societal level. Kubrick was not approving of it, he was exposing it.