The scene should be familiar, yet there's more nuggets to be mined. As Jason Pyatt walks past the Pretty Parlor, he's shadowed by his older self. As these characters that represent composites of Osiris and Horus pass by the common but well chosen objects in this setting, imagery modeling the stargate transit appears on several levels that is correctly imbued with the presence of the attending goddess. It's a complex layering of imagery that illustrates the supernatural dynamic of the upcoming Antichrist apocalypse. Some of the objects in the alignments I described in the previous post have even more secrets to divulge.
I'm going to begin by exploring an allusion made to another scene from The Wizard of Oz, which builds off and expands the link documented in Part 4. I had compared the scene at the Pretty Parlor to where Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, helped Dorothy return home and it was easy to see the match. The Lord highlighted that comparison to me before I even noticed the figures in the window near Blooms on Broadway, which Aaron pointed out to me and which came as a point of confirmation. The Lord also highlighted to me how Dorothy's dog was an important element in the setting. Yes, Toto too. ;) Toto = Anubis, the psychopomp. The dog attended Dorothy on the way to Oz in the twister, and returned back with her to Kansas. I knew there had to be a dog somewhere in Gyeney's version but I couldn't find it until I recognized in it the pattern of another stargate transit scene from the Wizard of Oz. The baskets on the table compare to the basket on the pedestal that Toto jumped from to escape from the witch's castle. There are several points of comparison between the scenes!
The patio table is roughly the same size, color and height of the cement pedestal. Both feature a steel ring in the middle. The one in the patio table constrains it into an hourglass shape, matching to the witch's hourglass.
Extending the hourglass motif, observe how the mailbox appears to join the baskets on the table. The mailbox is like an hourglass. An hourglass functions as a timer. It measures off an interval of time. It can be cycled, reset to mark off consecutive intervals just like how the hourglass was used by ancient mariners as they navigated the high seas. There's always a schedule printed on mailboxes to declare the regular intervals when they are emptied of their contents. The mailbox can be used as a timer by watching when the mail-sand is emptied out, like an hourglass. Recall how this particular mailbox is a time-bridging construct (Part 3), and note how it appears “on the pedestal” - just like the hourglass in the Witch's ritual room.
Another shared feature is evident in how the mailbox is adorned with images of the iconic Federal eagle. The Witch's hourglass is adorned with images of the dragon. These are different forms of the same being.
So, where's the dog? Dorothy's dog Toto is on the pedestal, inside the basket. Then, he jumps out of the basket and off the pedestal in a modeling of Anubis transiting the Silver Gate. In the Penitent Man, Anubis is also on the pedestal, inside the basket. He's a vintage garment, wearing his angel-star body. We see him as he jumps out of the basket, now as the star - the dog star, Sirius! Anubis. Aligned with the star are the roses, in a bouquet that the florist packaged in the form of a cone. This signals the Egyptian star+triangle hieroglyph of sopdet, the dog star Sirius, which is known to the Greeks as Sothis. There's the dog at Pretty Parlor's stargate transit scene!
The dog star symbol represents Anubis and yet also Isis, aka the queen of heaven. Plutarch declared that the soul of Isis is called Dog by the Greeks.
“The hieroglyph for Sothis features a star and a triangle. Sothis was identified with the great goddess Isis, who formed a part of a triad with her husband Osiris and their son Horus, while the 70-day period symbolized the passing of Isis and Osiris through the duat (Egyptian underworld).” ... “Just as the appearance of Sirius in the morning sky marked summer in Greece, so it marked the chilly onset of winter for the Maori, whose name Takurua described both the star and the season. Its culmination at the winter solstice was marked by celebration in Hawaii, where it was known as Ka'ulua, "Queen of Heaven".” (Wikipedia)
The dog star Sirius and the morning star (and evening star) Venus are not the only celestial objects represented in the esoteric stargate scene set at the Pretty Parlor. It really compares closely to the scene set in the Witch's ritual chamber, which adds to the Toto-dog star symbol an armillary sphere and a ring of the Zodiac (which Dorothy stands upon during the transit sequence), with a sun at the center.
The Witch is trying to coerce Dorothy into giving the ruby slippers. She uses her love for Toto for leverage.
WWW: “What a nice little dog.” (She snarls and stuffs Toto in the basket.) “And you my dear, what an UNEXPECTED pleasure. It's so kind of you to visit me in my LONELINESS.”
Dorothy: “What are you going to do with my dog? Give him back to me.”
WWW: “All in good TIME, my little pretty. All in good TIME.”
Dorothy: “Oh please give me back my dog.”
WWW: “Certainly, Certainly. WHEN you give me those slippers.”
Dorothy: “But the Good Witch of the North told me not to.”
WWW: “Very well.” (to the Flying Monkey) “Throw that basket in the river and drown him!”
Dorothy: “No - no - no! Here. You can have your OLD slippers, but give me back Toto.”
WWW: “That's a good little girl. I KNEW you'd see reason.”
Plenty of time words are used because that's the key to the stargate transit. That's also what her ruby slippers are used for. It makes sense that the reference to the basket is in the same context, as the river is suggested to be the river of time. I believe the river is also a reference to the river of souls, the underworld Duat that is represented in the celestial heavens as the Milky Way. The Silver and Golden Gates are located where the ecliptic intersects the Milky Way. Dorothy appears to be standing on a representation of the Golden Gate while Toto is in the basket on the pedestal that represents the Silver Gate.
Some insight into the Wizard of Oz stargate transits can be found in these posts.
- Part 10 - Celestial Stargates - 11:11 Ritual
- Part 13 - Celestial Stargates - Run Toto, Run!
- Part 15 - Celestial Stargates - Operative Black Magick
- Part 23 - Celestial Stargates - "I can't wait forever to get those shoes!"
- Part 24 - Celestial Stargates - Ring-a-round the Rosie
The evident stacking of the celestial symbolism in this casual looking little set of The Penitent Man continues. The patio furniture pictures Orion, the famous hourglass constellation with three stars in his belt. I already compared the table to the hourglass, but see it now as embellished with the 3 chair seats as the stars in Orion's belt. The 2 matching baskets above are the Twins, Gemini. It's the Silver Gate! In the screenshot below you can see a lamp in the stargate line right next to the basket and star on the patio table. Consider it's placement. The floodlight presents a redundant picture of Sirius, beaming starlight up toward the open sign.
Consider what's being illustrated when Jason arcs around the patio table. He arcs through this celestial set with the roses held down at his side along the ecliptic, as the Sun and Venus. The sun god and the goddess transit the Silver Gate! Let's not forget that this imagery is an exact repetition of what's pictured as Jason Pyatt carries the roses past the clothing rack. I see the vintage garments in the baskets on the table top as symbols of those who transit the Silver Gate, akin to the garments hanging on the chrome rack.
The basket motif here speaks to me of a very relevant passage in the book of Zechariah. The word, ephah, is translated, basket, in many versions of the Bible. Note the occurrence of the word, pedestal.
9 Then I lifted up my eyes and looked, and there two women were coming out with the wind in their wings; and they had wings like the wings of a stork, and they lifted up the ephah between the earth and the heavens. 10 I said to the angel who was speaking with me, "Where are they taking the ephah?" 11 Then he said to me, "To build a temple for her in the land of Shinar; and when it is prepared, she will be set there on her own pedestal." ~ Zechariah 5:9-11
The celestial symbolism of the scene was introduced earlier, while the bouquet was being purchased, just like how the Wizard of Oz connection was made on the way to the florist. In this screenshot, the sunflower under Jason Pyatt's hands is the sun, and the roses picture the rosette traced around it by the planet Venus. Between the Earth and Sun are the planets Mercury and Venus. Mercury is Anubis, aka Hermes. The florist is holding the cone-wrapped bouquet, Sirius, which one might link to Mercury, and Venus and the Sun.
The florist is wearing the t-shirt with the wings image, which reads, The Falling. He's the falling star. The sunflower indicates that Dr. Pyatt is the sun god.
On the layer of symbolism that conceals and reveals Illuminati programming, if you remember what I wrote about Jason and Ovid and the signs of a homosexual relationship (Part 3 - mailbox as male box), one can hardly avoid identifying the sunflower as the brown eye-Horus Eye-black hole sun-anus. In the setting of vivid sodomite orange, and positioned as it is relative to Dr. Pyatt, it seems pretty obvious what kind of statement is being made. It appears as though the money he's forking over in this transaction is a tribute for the gods / payment for the temple prostitute on Capitol Hill, Jupiter's Temple. Just like in old times.
Adding these layers of symbolism together, we should see the image as a composite picture. It's angel butt sex. In the words of Marion Knox - Interviewing Deprogrammers: In the House of the Strong Man Sodomy is the Key:
“We have more sodomy now out in the open than we’ve ever had. Lot was in Sodom -- that’s where the word sodomy comes from. It meant anal sex, or as they’re calling it now anal intercourse. What other kind of sex do you think they could produce on those angels that they tried to break the door down to get to? They wanted to get their supernatural power. The belief in the occult world is if you could sodomize God, you’d get God’s power. You become as gods through sodomy; that’s the way the Greek gods became gods.”
Those unrelenting men of Sodom went after the angels who visited Lot's house. The activity illustrated is what the goddess sponsors and what facilitates the coming apocalypse of the Antichrist.
These themes weave together in the ritual of theurgy, through the crafting of the seirai that connect the Orders of Being. “Theurgy describes the practice of rituals, sometimes seen as magical in nature, performed with the intention of invoking the action or evoking the presence of one or more gods, especially with the goal of uniting with the divine, achieving henosis, and perfecting oneself.” (Wikipedia) As brother David Flynn wrote on the subject, “The practice of theurgy would only convey influence from the gods if the symbols and rituals used were taught by the gods.” What we're witnessing is not the fruit of natural intellect and motivation.
So, from the scene of the transaction at Blooms on Broadway, and from the lead up to it, the director of The Penitent Man has introduced the essential celestial imagery and established a connection with the Wizard of Oz film. This is built upon during the sequence that follows it, at the Pretty Parlor at Summit on Capitol Hill.