Monday, December 16, 2013

Part 30 - Celestial Stargates - Chinese Lunar Mission: Alignment Ritual

By the time you read this, the odds are it will be as the moon begins to cross over the Silver Gate. Saturday, China soft-landed a probe on the moon. Because the sun is in the Golden Gate and the moon is now crossing through, the activity has the look of ritual magick. Just like how NASA and SpaceX names their missions and vehicles after gods to engage them in Occult ritual, so do the Chinese.

China on Saturday successfully carried out the world's first soft landing of a space probe on the moon in nearly four decades, state media said, the next stage in an ambitious space program that aims to eventually put a Chinese astronaut on the moon. The unmanned Chang'e 3 lander, named after a mythical Chinese goddess of the moon, touched down on Earth's nearest neighbor following a 12-minute landing process. The probe carried a six-wheeled moon rover called "Yutu," or "Jade Rabbit," the goddess' pet. After landing Saturday evening on a fairly flat, Earth-facing part of the moon, the rover was slated to separate from the Chang'e eight hours later and embark on a three-month scientific exploration.” (China soft-lands probe on the Moon)

The Silver Gate is often signaled by the moon. From ancient times, it's been considered as a stargate for the angelic gods, and some examples have already been presented in this series. The psychopomp known as Anubis, Mercury, Hermes or Hermanubis is often symbolized in the context of a transit. The Silver Gate is in the middle of the Duat, which is the underworld in Egyptian terms, and the psychopomp is the escort of the dead and the other gods in transit. China's lunar mission includes goddess Chang'e and the psychopomp. Her pet rabbit is a hare, an animal associated with Hermes. She is a type of the Bride of Christ, actually, of Antichrist. We should identify her with Isis and the raising of Osiris into Horus because the lunar lander is identified with the number 3, the resurrection number. The legend claims she was banished to the moon for stealing the pill of immortality (or elixer of life) from her husband. Immortality. Okay. Alrighty. The number 3 is also the number for Osiris (esoteric Pythagorean triple), so labeling the lander Chang'e-3 combines the goddess with Osiris. This is the Egyptian sex magick formula for producing Horus.

The following article (NASA - Chinese Moon Goddess: Chang'e) revealed some history that connects to NASA's Occult mission from 1969 that I've written about a few times on the blog. Apollo 11, or, you may read it, Apollo Gemini with reference to that god transiting the Silver Gate in 2015.

China's first unmanned missions to the moon are named in honor of Chang'e, a Chinese goddess who legends say lives on the moon and was befriended by a rabbit.

Chang'e was mentioned in a conversation between Houston and the Apollo 11 crew before the first Moon landing in 1969:

Houston: “Among the large headlines concerning Apollo this morning, there's one asking that you watch for a lovely girl with a big rabbit. An ancient legend says a beautiful Chinese girl called Chang-o has been living there for 4,000 years. It seems she was banished to the Moon because she stole the pill of immortality from her husband. You might also look for her companion, a large Chinese rabbit, who is easy to spot since he is always standing on his hind feet in the shade of a cinnamon tree. The name of the rabbit is not reported. Chang-O is also spelled Ch'ang O and, in the more modern rendition, Chang'e. ”
Buzz Aldrin: “Okay. We'll keep a close eye out for the bunny girl.”

A Horus Eye symbol is also evident in the ritual.
China’s “Long March to the Moon” has placed a lander and a rover on the moon. The Chang’e-3 lander and her accompanying Yutu or “Jade Rabbit” rover arrived inside the right eye of the “Man in the Moon” this evening at 9:00 PM Beijing time. This marks the first time in more than 40 years anyone has performed a soft lunar landing. All sources point to a successful deployment for the robot visitors.” (China’s Chang’e-3 lander and Jade Rabbit rover land on moon)

This familiar image is from the film "Le Voyage Dans Le Lune" (A Trip to the Moon) 1902. That's the one eye dramatized in a film with aliens from 111 years ago. Silver Gate ritual actually began way before that. The effort is about to pay off. The word “backfire” comes to mind. The lake of fire is not going to be pleasant.

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