Bicycle and basket symbolism is pretty well established in the media industry. Bicycles represent heaven's vehicles, UFO craft, and also the ritual sexual activity of trauma-based mind control programming. Those at the scene of the Pretty Parlor picture heaven's vehicles, which are used to traverse between dimensions. Baskets are related, representing transport containers, for both crew and cargo. You'll find a good foundation for understanding their role in these last days in this study, Heaven's Vehicles.
This movie poster features the iconic getaway scene from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982). The alien is inside the basket as the boy pedals the bicycle through the heavens. The audience understands that the E.T. inside the basket is providing the magic or mentally influencing the physics that enables the bicycle's flight. He's the acting psychopomp. The presence of the facilitating goddess appears as the symbolic identity of the moon. It's given plenty of emphasis, and her light bathes the scene.
The symbols in E.T. probably borrow from The Wizard of Oz, a film that is well referenced in this scene from The Penitent Man. The antagonist, Miss Gulch, rides a bicycle with a basket on it. In this sequence of screenshots we can see her outside the window of Dorothy's bedroom as she and Toto are whisked away to Oz. The house is inside a cyclone in a scene I decode here as the transiting of the celestial Silver Gate: Part 10 - Celestial Stargates - 11:11 Ritual.
Miss Gulch turns into the Wicked Witch of the West. Notice how the bicycle becomes the witch's broom. These are used to fly through the heavens. Combined with the whirlwind, this is potent imagery.
The basket on Miss Gulch's bicycle represents a dimensional container, a special compartment that is used for transport. Think Zechariah 5, where the woman was carried in an ephah-basket.
5 Then the angel who was speaking to me came forward and said to me, “Look up and see what is appearing.” 6 I asked, “What is it?” He replied, “It is a basket.” And he added, “This is the iniquity of the people throughout the land.” 7 Then the cover of lead was raised, and there in the basket sat a woman! 8 He said, “This is wickedness,” and he pushed her back into the basket and pushed its lead cover down on it. 9 Then I looked up—and there before me were two women, with the wind in their wings! They had wings like those of a stork, and they lifted up the basket between heaven and earth. 10 “Where are they taking the basket?” I asked the angel who was speaking to me. 11 He replied, “To the country of Babylonia to build a house for it. When the house is ready, the basket will be set there in its place.” ~ Zechariah 5:5-11 (NIV)
I referenced that passage earlier when I described the baskets of vintage clothing on the Pretty Parlor's patio table. The vintage clothing represents beings in other-dimensional bodies. They are contained within the baskets for transport. Dorothy's dog Toto was put inside Miss Gulch's basket. When she put the basket with Toto inside on her bicycle and rode away, a theurgic ritual manifested, one that was recreated for E.T.'s iconic scene. Toto, the E.T. alien Anubis, who facilitates the flying bicycle stargate transit. Note the hoop-arch dimensional portal form of the handle - and of the lid or door.
During the Wizard of Oz, Toto is seen to leap from three different baskets, and in each case, that action signals a stargate transit. The first instance is when he leaps out of the basket to the ground while Miss Gulch is riding her bicycle down the road. The exit is related to the leaping or falling off of a pedestal, where gravity acting over a distance appears to be the stargate imagery of significance. We next see Toto leap from a basket and off a pedestal when he escapes from the Witch's castle.
In the third instance, Toto is with Dorothy and the wizard in the basket of his hot air balloon. Toto isn't inside a picnic basket this time but he is inside the balloon's basket. He growls at a Siamese cat held nearby and leaps out of the basket and off the raised platform-pedestal, to signal another transit event. (Siamese - Twins - Gemini - Silver Gate) Dorothy follows, joining him in transit. The wizard then ascends in the basket of the balloon, making yet another dimensional transit because he's heading for home, and that's how he got to Oz in the first place.
Hot air balloons that are used as unpowered airships have baskets called gondolas. Powered airships like blimps and zeppelins also convey their crew and cargo inside gondolas. These constructs are sometimes featured in media where they represent transdimensional vehicles. In the TV series, Fringe, airships with gondolas fill the skies of the alternate universe. That imagery was used to alert the viewer that the scene has changed from taking place in our universe to the alternate. A zeppelin is featured in the film, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004). This CosmicCatacombs reviewer called the style of the film, retrofuturism. Retrofuturism is a bridging of time-space that joins the past and future together in the present. In the “real world,” this gondola symbolism is leveraged by the Hermes-Mercury-Anubis branded Goodyear blimp, which is a very familiar sight to most of us. The reason for that is the ritual magick that involves the eye-mazing wand, the caduceus. Other gondolas, including the Venetian rowing boats themselves, are also used to represent the crew and cargo containers of transdimensional vehicles. The London Eye, like all Ferris wheels, has gondolas, and note well that the iconic ride is set upon the bank of the Thames-Isis.
Elevators are like gondolas that ascend and descend. The one in The Penitent Man's lobby at the Biltmore signaled another stargate transit, and the elevator is used in many films and TV shows in the same way. Are you familiar with Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory? Willy Wonka said, “An elevator can only go up and down, but a Wonkavator goes sideways and slantways and longways and backways and frontways and squareways and any other ways that you can think of...” A similar dimensional compartment transport is leveraged in this Heineken commercial, The City. The, “Eve,” closing scene with the star-red star goddess transition is priceless.
Trains, cable cars, buses, bicycles, baskets, gondolas, whirlwinds, elevators, phone booths, terrariums... Sometimes, the industry presents the “alien” vehicles openly in the form of flying saucers and such, but the role of their own vehicles is far too important to neglect using secret symbols to advance their Occult scheme.
What is it about the bicycle in particular that makes it such a fit symbol? Many have bells on them, which, like those on the fringe of the High Priest of Israel's garment, are for entering into the presence of the divine. Their spoked wheels present us with the ancient rayed symbol of the sun and sun god, and the medicine wheel and calendar wheel, a circle of time. The spoked wheel may be used to complement other layers of symbolsim by signaling pi or the Star of Ishtar or the sodomite gateway (like tires of every kind). Because of how transiting vehicles are often pictured as vogue, being rowing, sailed or paddled, the fact that pedaling provides the motive power probably factors in. Perhaps the main reason why bicycles are such a fit symbol for heaven's vehicles is because they have 2 wheels. The vehicle throne of God that is described in Ezekiel features 4 “bicycles,” after a fashion.
15 Now as I looked at the living beings, behold, there was one wheel on the earth beside the living beings, for each of the four of them. 16 The appearance of the wheels and their workmanship was like sparkling beryl, and all four of them had the same form, their appearance and workmanship being as if one wheel were within another. 17 Whenever they moved, they moved in any of their four directions without turning as they moved. ~ Ezekiel 1:15-17
A wheel within a wheel is a 2 wheeled construct, technically, a bicycle, even though the wheels of the throne vehicle aren't configured in the familiar way. The cover art for “The Time Machine” edition of Classics Illustrated (1956) obviously grasped the concept. The folks who designed the vehicles you see in the poster for MIB3 illustrate another version.
The time travel that took place during the MIB3 film wasn't done using these vehicles, but in another scene they demonstrate their understanding of the wheel-within-a-wheel celestial chariot concept to us as the MIB ride around a special globe at night. The globe features rings representing the paths of orbiting celestial bodies.
With the water of the fountain, allusion is made to the waters that are above and below the expanse called heaven (Genesis 1:6-10). The wheel-within-a-wheel “bicycle” is used to navigate the heavens. It's a space ship, a flying saucer, one of heaven's vehicles akin to the throne of god, a chariot of the gods.
That style of bicycle has been used for mass ceremonial entertainments, like during the opening and closing of recent Olympic Games. Here's a picture of one from Beijing, 2008. The vehicle was used to represent an egg in a massive scale fertility ritual. Eight eggs were fertilized in a conception scene, set within a celestial-supernatural context that centered on the baptism and anointing of the lawless one. That scene was very personally significant because the Lord used it to lead me down this path of interpreting symbolism on a greatly expanded scale.
During Beijing's London Ceremony, three ordinary bicycles were ridden alongside a different kind of vehicle, a red bus, which had a key symbolic role as a heavenly throne. The ordinary bicycles traveled with the celestial throne vehicle so they were obviously passing through the heavens in the same manner. London's iconic double-decker bus was used to convey the gods and goddesses who were involved with the revealing of the lawless one, and very specific sequences were presented to model their ascent and descent. When the bus stopped at the bus stop, the bicyclists rode through without stopping.
The bus was labeled, London 2012, and we saw it arrive in Beijing in 2008. It ritually traversed time-space, arriving as from the future, then returning home after its mission had been accomplished. “To London - 2012,” the bus stop sign reads. A place. And, a time. The bus stop sign features a simple image of the classic flying saucer. The three bicycles that attended its arrival were following a star, according to the very subtle clues provided during that incredibly richly layered Occult ritual. (Olympic Ceremony Symbolism - Part Three)
Before moving on to more bicycle imagery I should make a few more observations from the scene of the transits at the Pretty Parlor. (No, I really wasn't done yet. ;)) I should mention some other shows like The Matrix that use the phone booth for dimensional travel or transformation: Dr Who (the Time Lord), Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989) and Superman.
The red octagonal “goddess” stop sign is used for traffic control. In the context, its for regulating interdimensional traffic, of course. There's another kind of vehicle in the stargate alignments that I neglected to mention, a car that travels the streets where vehicular traffic is symbolically controlled by the goddess.
At the Pretty Parlor, there are three bicycles, just like how there were three in Beijing's London Ceremony. In this screenshot, all three overlap. There's a vesica piscis included in the stargate transit alignments described in the previous post, which adds another notable layer of Osiris+Isis=Horus imagery. All three bicycles actually overlap inside that vesica piscis, creating an asymmetrical triquetra from the wheels involved. Triple goddess, maiden, mother crone? Triple helix DNA? Probably, yes, and yes.
See the curbing at the edge of the street? Like a hedgerow to a hedgewitch, the curb represents a dimensional barrier in the context of being traversed. Both Pyatt and Darnell hop the curb and cross the street in this sequence.
Remember Coldplay's video of Strawberry Swing? The curbing at the Pretty Parlor compares to the curbing at the bottom of the pavement layer of that stage set. In this screenshot, Chris Martin, the superhero, passes a bicycle as he models a dimensional transit. He makes crawling poses that look like he's racing a bicycle when he makes his exit through the underworld pipe. It looks like he's riding at night with the headlight on. He had already passed by two other objects, a skull and then another skull with Mickey Mouse ears. These three objects are actually related to each other as mind-control imagery, which I'll be addressing shortly.
Beyond that of the bicycle are other symbols shared between Strawberry Swing and the whirlwind transit scene of the Wizard of Oz. In the heavenly abode of the sky-god-squirrel, Chris sneaks past a rocking chair. Auntie Em flies by in the twister in her rocking chair. How vogue! Vogue, also means, “to sail or row -- to go, transport in a vehicle -- to sway, rock -- water in motion -- a rowing, a course.”
Two farm hands can be seen sailing along in the whirlwind, rowing a boat across the sky. Chris Martin paddles a cloud up to the sky castle. Same difference. Some goddess symbols appear separately: A complete tree with roots included; the rooster with the henhouse pyramid (herald of the dawn of the sun god - a showy keeper of time); a dairy cow. Broken pieces of fencing are see flying by because the dimensional boundary is being breached.
Another film that presents the bicycle in a conspicuous way is all about breaching time-space. The plot device in the film, Supercollider (2013), involves the opening of a time portal with a supercollider that is obviously based on the CERN LHC. The opening scene is set at a stepped temple kind of area where the rider of a purple rimmed bicycle leaps into the air.
Signs of dimensional transits appear scattered throughout the film, howbeit not very expertly. A picture of Kiev is featured with a bridge that speaks to me of the kingdom viaduct, the mecillah and stargate. Inside the supercollider's control room, we see the sign, Zero Point, which makes reference to the energy that the collider research is intending to produce. Zero point energy is connected with propulsion systems that derive their energy as from another dimension. Near the sign we see a stuffed dog, signaling Anubis, the dog star, and nearby there is a flower in a vase shown to signal the requisite presence of the goddess. The youth gathered at the “step-temple” where the stunt bike riding is done seem to be doing what unsupervised youth do when they congregate, with hints of substance abuse / entheogenic activity.
With that, I close here with the intent to present examples in another post of the bicycle as a symbol of how the dimensional barrier is breached by other means.