Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Part 16 - Celestial Stargates - Lord Blackwood's Magick - Sherlock Holmes (2009)

The previous posting about black magic and stargates has had a few validations as to the timeliness of the subject. I'm a Netflix subscriber on the single DVD in rotation plan. I received a disk on the 5th of this month but I've been so focused on other things I've had it sitting in the DVD player since I received it. After 2 weeks, I finally decided to watch it, whatever it was, because I had forgotten. It was Sherlock Holmes (2009) and my watching it was right on time. There's more stargate and black magick ritual presented, which is woven in with some other elements of the Adversary's familiar scheme. This “entertainment” vehicle is given the typical spin as truth is set about with lies and tossed into the Illuminati blender.

Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective created by Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. A London-based "consulting detective" whose abilities border on the fantastic, Holmes is famous for his astute logical reasoning, his ability to adopt almost any disguise, and his use of forensic science skills to solve difficult cases.” (Wikipedia)

The film I watched starred Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man) in a Golden Globe winning performance. His rather quirky characterization of the detective was balanced by Jude Law as a more conventional Dr. Watson. The antagonist, Lord Blackwood, was played by Mark Strong. Spoiler's ahead. The plot has Sherlock investigating a series of murders that turn out to be Occult crimes committed by a practicer of black magick, Lord Blackwood.

Here's a stargate scenario from early in the movie. In this screenshot, we're looking down a large spiral staircase at a design centered on the floor below, a star inside a circle. Sherlock is running down the stairs with a lantern, in a hurry to interrupt a ritual and rescue a victim before she can be sacrificed.

He's descending the “stairway to heaven,” transiting the stargate into the underworld. The imagery resembles a keyhole and lock mechanism. The sodomite gateway is evident in the obvious Horus Eye / dark sun anus vortex image. This descent isn't a freefall like some other examples we've seen but the motion of Sherlock's lighted lantern does provide a reference to Einstein's expression of this dimension's physics and relativity. It's the speed of light as seen spiraling through gravity, not very different from the candlestick knocked off the pillar in the music video “Insane.” The spiraling pictures the stargate's “whirlwind” energy vortex.

Just prior to Sherlock's descent, we're presented with a looping of time, with the added effects of time being speeded up, slowed down and stopped. That scene had Sherlock visualizing a plan to disable a watchman and then executing it in real time. That modeling smacks of Joel 2:8, from the previous post, because he's breaking through the defenses as he makes his descent.

They do not crowd each other, they march everyone in his path [mecillah]; When they burst through the defenses, they do not break ranks. ~ Joel 2:8 (NASB)

In this screenshot we see the victim on the altar and robed officiating High Priest, Lord Blackwood.

Sherlock pauses in the upper gallery to survey the situation below and plan his next move, where he's joined by Dr Watson. Together, they disable another watchman. Again, it's the modeling of Joel 2:8 and the bursting through defenses. In their brief exchange, they shake hands, which is actually a Horus sign, and we hear the following.

Sherlock: “Where's the Inspector?”
Watson: “He's getting his troops lined up.”
Sherlock: “That could be all day.”

There's another NLP reference to time. Consider the activity mentioned: Getting his troops lined up? Again, Joel 2:8, where the orderly procession of authorities is the subject! Why? It's a mecillah event, the modeling of a stargate transit!

Holmes and then Watson descend into the ritual chamber and, after the coven guards are disabled, the woman is saved. They confront the High Priest and discover that it is Lord Blackwood himself, whose response makes perfect sense when you understand what is being modeled to us. After being identified, Blackwood responds in kind by identifying them: “Sherlock Holmes and his loyal dog.” By “loyal dog,” he's referring to Sherlock's loyal companion, Dr. Watson, who had descended with him into the subterranean chamber. Why does he call him a dog? Because this scene is a real ritual! Watson is in the role of the Dog Star, Anubis, the psychopomp and escort to the underworld.

Lord Blackwood is the illegitimate son of Lord Chief Justice Sir Thomas Rotheram, conceived during an Occult ritual. The bloodline is an important consideration. The name “Blackwood” as black wood speaks of his root in the Serpent tree, the Nachash.

Sir Thomas Rotheram is the Master of a secret society that resembles Freemasonry, or is perhaps along the lines of the Order of the Garter. Such as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn are rooted in the four classical elements. As Master of “The Temple of the Four Orders,” he wears what they call the Ox Ring, which you see here. It's obviously the astrological glyph for Taurus. This is one of the film's many symbols of the Silver Gate. You may recall, from Part 6, David Flynn's identification of the Prime Meridian on the earth as a pillar of heaven linked to the Dog Star, Sirius. The setting is the city of London, through which passes the Prime Meridian. The Dog Star was pictured by Dr. Watson (loyal dog) and also by the star at the bottom of the winding staircase, which is the Blazing Star of Freemasonry. Beyond these, other Silver Gate symbols are also featured, which I may also explore.

Here's a scene where the dark arts practiced by the order are identified as “practical magic.” Sherlock Holmes is secreted away to the Order's Temple where he meets with Sir Thomas Rotheram and two other high ranking members.

Members of the Order: “I suppose you already have some notion as to the practices of our order.”
Sherlock: “Yes, um, they are practically interesting.”
Members of the Order: “Be as skeptical as you like, but our secret systems have steered the world towards a greater good for centuries. The danger is they can also be used for more nefarious purposes. What some call the dark arts, or practical magic. We know you don't believe in magic, Mr. Holmes. We don't expect you to share our faith, merely our fears.”

At various points in the movie we're shown Occult ritual and demonstrations of what would be genuine black magick but, in the end, Blackwood is exposed by the materialist sleuth as a mere trickster with political aspirations. Sherlock's lack of faith is vindicated, and so it is that the filmmakers ply us with the tired old routine of convincing us that magic is really only ever just smoke and mirrors, tricks and illusion. The effect is akin to the lie about the devil and demons not being real. We're sold a version where these are surely the invention of the superstitious and simple minded, acceptable ways of explaining what we are otherwise incapable of comprehending.

I know how compelling those lies are because I believed them for the first 22 years of my life, until the Lord drew me to Himself using that very consideration of the legitimacy of evil supernaturalism. If you're not yet aware of it, huge investments are continually made by the Devil toward the end of cloaking himself and his ways and means. It must be said that there is a fraudulent stage magic, certainly, but yet, the fact remains that there is a very real magick. The Bible duly acknowledges it. It serves those who do practice the dark arts to deny the truth of it. The Devil's got big game and should be given due respect. Jack Parsons did a Babalon Working in 1947, and now the chosen ones refer to themselves as Babalon Working Babies. That's no trick; that's evil fruit born of black magick.

The member of the Temple of the Four Orders who said, “our secret systems have steered the world towards a greater good for centuries,” was pulling a fast one. Greater good? This same kind of lie is currently being promoted about Freemasonry in the new series on the FOX network, “Sleepy Hollow.” Dark arts, the practical magic, these are only ever used for nefarious purposes, despite what deceived and deceiving practitioners claim.

Here's some of the rich dialogue describing the magician Lord Blackwood in terms that spill the beans on how things really are.

Members of the Order:Death followed him wherever he went. Those five girls were not the first to be butchered. He killed many more, using them to enhance his powers. ...His power grows daily. His resurrection is evidence of that. But, what he does will be far more dangerous. His secret lies in the Book of Spells. This is the source of his power. He's going to raise a force that will alter the very course of the world. I want you find him and stop him before he does. We'll give you any assistance that we can. As Home Secretary, I have considerable influence over the police. So, name your price.

The secret order wants to stop that from happening? That's what they would like you to think, but it's the Luciferian Illuminati elite's secret worship of Horus that is preparing for his arrival. The Book of Spells might refer to a magician's personal book of shadows, or also to one of several books of black magick. Because of Blackwood's apparent resurrection, the source of his power can be traced back to the Pyramid Texts and Coffin Texts of ancient Egypt. As to the raising of a force that will alter the course of the world, one such force has already been raised through that dark magick, the chosen ones appointed for the Black Awakening and the antichrist beast's security detail. That which will assemble for the campaign of Armageddon is also in view.

Here's another scene that spills some beans on the Adversary's grandiose plot. If you're not already pretty familiar with the Sodomite Gateway Series, this probably won't make much sense. Caveat: If you're a victim of ritual abuse who is still being delivered or you're easily offended by mature subjects and descriptive language, you may want to consider skipping this.

Sherlock Holmes:When Blackwood invited me to Pentonville Prison he suggested I widen my gaze and, at a minimum, I have done just that. In fact, I may well have reconciled thousands of years of theological disparity. But that's for another time. Blackwood's method is based on a ritualistic mystical system that's been employed by the Temple of the Four Orders for centuries. To fully understand the system, to get inside it, I reenacted the ceremony we interrupted at the crypt, with a few enhancements of my own. My journey took me somewhat further down the rabbit hole than I had intended, and though I dirtied my fluffy white tail, I have emerged enlightened. The fraternity who silently control the empire share the belief with the kings, pharaohs and emperors of old, that the sphinx was a door to another dimension, a gateway to immeasurable power.

Do you understand what it means to have gone down the rabbit hole and dirtied his fluffy white tail? By telling us how he emerged enlightened, Sherlock reveals that he was illuminated through ritual sodomy. Sodomy is famously practiced in prison, of course. When Blackwood (wood = penis) suggested that Sherlock “widen his gaze” he used coded language to describe the opening of the “Horus Eye.” Sherlock had modeled the “hidden eye” for us earlier, in a disguise where he donned an eye patch. He and Watson both did some signaling with their hats. The exploitation of the Horus Eye has been practiced by “kings, pharaohs and emperors of old” and the fraternity who silently controls the empire for thousands of years. The sphinx or sphincter, as that anatomy associated with the kundalini gland activation of the pineal gland, actually IS “a door to another dimension, a gateway to immeasurable power.” The gnosis and enlightenment is acquired through the spiritual connection established thereby. While some consider that a benefit, it's ultimately only a benefit to the deceiving demons who gain control over those initiated into the ancient mysteries. This is the basis for their power.

The illuminated detective continues his monologue, describing the form of the sphinx and establishing it as the basis for Blackwood's Occult ritual that is mapped upon the city of London.

Sherlock Holmes:It's made up of four parts, the foot of a lion, the tail of an ox, the wings of an eagle and the head of a man. In Sir Thomas' secret chamber I found the bone of an ox, the tooth of a lion, the feather of an eagle and hair of a man. Map. (Watson responds to his request by producing a map of the city.) The points of the star represent the five murdered girls but the cross is what we're now interested in. It's a widely held belief that within the architecture of the great cities are coded references to this system. Since he rose from the grave, Blackwood has killed three men. Each murder was committed at a location that has a direct connection with the temple, therefore, the system.

These four figures appear together in association with the throne of the true God. See Revelation 4:7 and Ezekiel 1:10. These figures can be identified as celestial signs but they very specifically represent the highest orders of angelic beings.

Here's a couple of screenshots of what Sherlock drew out during his season of ritual illumination.

Magicians work by exercising control over demons who are other-dimensional beings. They often do this by calling the demons by name, by means of mental discipline and by leveraging symbols that are both concrete and imagined, as drawn in the air itself or expressed through other gestures. Sometimes implements like bells, candles, incense, salt, knives or artifacts of various kinds are used, which are “charged,” spiritually, with demonic presence. Ritual sex and torture and sacrifice and the keeping of a Pagan ceremonial calendar is standard practice. None of this is done to impress an audience. It's not show business. It's done in environments where there's a degree of insulation so they are not interrupted. These rituals are done to raise power for one purpose or another, to command more demonic authority and dedicate it to their objectives, which are really their lying god's objectives. I'm telling you these things so you can have a better sense of the kind of black magick involved in the stargate operation, because this is what so much of the film is about.

The Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram (or LBRP) is a ceremonial magic ritual devised and used by the original order of the Golden Dawn that has become a mainstay in modern occultism. This ritual is considered by many to be a basic preliminary to any other magical work, so much that it was the only ritual, beside initiation rituals, taught to members of the Golden Dawn before they advanced to the Inner Order.” (Wikipedia)

The LBRP is preliminary to the working intended to be accomplished in the ritual. This ritual actually invokes the names of the God of Yisrale and the four angels mentioned in chapter 9 of the book of Enoch. What is on exhibit in the Temple of the Four Orders and Blackwood's ritual of the Temple is not just some random fiction providing entertainment. It's well crafted, with skill, concealing and yet revealing in ways that have become familiar.

In the following image, we see a pyramid, with 4 pillars at the corners. Associated with these are creatures of a form called Griffins. It's an image of dimensional control, with the four winds of heaven. It's an expression of stargate technology.

According to the alignment of the connected Golden and Silver Gates, the Zodiac is bisected in such a way that all four elements astrologically connected to the signs are bound together.

Lord Blackwood's magick ritual and the attributes and activity of the Temple of the Four Orders, together with Sherlock's own observations and the set and settings of the film conceal and reveal plenty about the theme of Horus, transiting the stargate as facilitated through black magick, the alchemical combination of science and dark arts, a practical magic. I'll close this post with what is probably a segue into the next post in series.

The unfinished Tower Bridge is featured in the climactic scene where Lord Blackwood and Mr. Holmes have their last engagement. Blackwood meets his end, falling from the heights. It's a freefall off a tower. A tower that is a bridge. You're tracking the meaning, right? He is later pictured hanging from a chain off the bridge. That's right, a chain. It reminds us of his public hanging, when he met his supposed death earlier in the film. We wonder, is he really dead? Will he rise again? The bridge is unfinished. It's a Silver Gate symbol, and the unfinished state of the Tower Bridge is a witness to the ongoing effort to finish the black magick ritual work of bridging of heaven and earth via the opened Silver Gate, through which Horus and his cohorts will descend.


  1. Hello Bob, Well I simply couldn't resist the temptation to have a look at the gematria for your quirky(?) two-word creation at the beginning of your post, namely 'Illuminati blender'! And the result?
    Illuminati blender in Simple Gematria Equals: 180 or 60+60+60 of course. Not so unexpected I suppose.

  2. Go figure. Thanks Phil.