I've demonstrated how even the most common looking scenes in The Penitent Man can have many layers of deep esoteric content. In this post, a screenshot from another ordinary looking scene is featured, one that has so much to reveal in context. Of all the film media's messaging vehicles I've perceived and analyzed to date, The Penitent Man ranks in the top tier.
During one of the more engaging sessions in the office with Darnell, Dr. Pyatt takes a breather to serve some drinks. As you see in this screenshot, there's nothing really unusual about the scene that might call our attention to it - except the idol of the god Shiva.
Thus far in this series, the decoding of the film's symbolism has exposed the central theme of the raising of Osiris into Horus, by Isis. In biblical language, that activity is described as the revealing of the lawless one, aka the Antichrist beast. What happens in that day and season has been the focus of much of my attention for many years now. What the Lord has opened to me about it from the Bible is continually reinforced through what He reveals through the world's Occult messaging systems. When the lawless one is revealed it will be with a baptism and anointing, according to passages like 2 Thessalonians 2 and John 13, and this is what's being illustrated to us by the gracious host, Dr. Pyatt. The context of this inconspicuous “pause for refreshment” provides plenty of validating insight and spills more beans about the season's dynamic.
During this scene, water and spirit (Scotch whisky is a spirit) are poured into glasses. Think about how the empty glasses represent host bodies. The drinks are for the symbolic Pyatt and Darnell characters, who alternate in their roles between the identities of Osiris and Horus.
What you can't see in this still image is the essential action of the picture. While Dr. Pyatt is pouring the Scotch into a glass he's jiggling something in his other hand. As he's decanting spirit into a vessel, he's demonstrating the concurrent activation of a stargate. If you're disCERNing about the choosing and placement of props on this clever set, you're catching on already! We're being engaged in a ritual demonstration of the baptism of the lawless one. The symbolism of the elements involved in the esoteric scene, the props, characters, action and dialog; these combine to tell quite a vivid story about what's coming in a matter of months!
Most of you will readily dismiss that comment about “coming in a matter of months.” Too bad. We're in kind of a bonus season. With the impact of America's breached borders being felt across the land, claims of threats by ISIS and others, air strikes in Syria and the overstated and misrepresented claims of the dire threat of Ebola now in the news, many folks are burying their heads deeper in the sand, but let's not be ignorant of the threats that are real. A season of chaos will facilitate the transition into the new order. The reset of America is coming. Gary Stearman and Thomas Horn are now pooling their considerable resources for what may be described as the building of a tent pitched in the pre-trib rapture camp as a base for an expanding empire. That represents a kind of spear, one whose shaft is not true, and, with a necessarily bent tip, but it's a spear, nonetheless. It's another evidence of the goddess at work, unifying and consolidating. An epic season of opportunity has been mercifully extended, and Aaron and I can tell you with full confidence that it is for our preparation, for the saints to be made ready. In 1988, Henry Gruver and a strike force were miraculously translated to the catacombs under Rome on a sovereignly sponsored mission. The release of apostolic anointing was secured, “loosed to the Body of Christ worldwide for the preparation of the church becoming glorious.” That was not for nought. I implore you to seize the opportunity to both get and give, in this closing season, as the Lord Himself leads, leaving nothing undone, until He who probes our character and proves our mettle is satisfied. His reward is and will be great! And, enduring! And there will likewise be forfeit.
I'm proceeding on the assumption that you're already pretty familiar with this blog and what I've written about the sign for the Bride, and stargates and their activation. When the lawless one is revealed, the ancient god Horus (or Apollo or Apollyon the destroyer or Shiva or Ishvara...) is going to be released from containment in a supernatural realm. Like Scotch poured from a decanter into a glass, pneuma antichristos will be decanted into a host of crystalline DNA flesh. This anointing will reveal him because baptism is for the purpose of revealing. In 2 Thessalonians 2, attention is given to the matter of timing and of a limited season of restraining. When the limit of the season for restraining is reached, the lawless one is revealed.
And you know what restrains him now, so that in his time he will be revealed. ~ 2 Thessalonians 2:6
The decanter of Scotch is a clever model. The container of spirit has a stopper. The stopper has to be removed before the spirit can be released. Stopper in = restrained. When it's time for what the spirit is there for, you pull out the stopper, the restrainer. The unrestrained spirit is then decanted into a ready container, a chosen vessel. What Pyatt jiggles in his right hand is the decanter's stopper, which is lined up visually behind the idol of the Lord of the Dance. This modeling is perhaps even more clever! His jiggling is simulating the cosmic dance, Shiva's Dance of the Nataraja. He's simulating the activation of the stargate with one hand while he decants the spirit into the host vessel with the other. It's a profound demonstration!
One of the dictionaries I consulted offered the following as an example of usage, “Decanter of deans: a company of deans.” The decanter of Scotch-spirit represents a company of spiritual entities. Think, 2 Thessalonians 2:7. Think, Rango: “Where are your friends now, amigo?”
To call the essential matters of time and timing to our attention, Pyatt wears a wristwatch as he pours the Scotch. To give that object's presence and role some emphasis, a little over a minute before Pyatt pours the Scotch, Darnell very deliberately sets his pocket watch on the coffee table between them. He had pulled it out of his vest pocket, opened the case, checked the time and set it down on the coffee table, still open and facing him. Why be so obvious with checking and watching the clock? It alerts us, puts us on watch for time cues. The intense conversation they are having is on the subject of time travel, so this conspicuously touches on the primary theme. The attention given to Darnell's monitoring of time makes us mindful of the passing of time.
Time factors into the revealing of the lawless one because the scheduling is mission critical. The event is an appointment that will happen as it must, precisely on schedule. The other way time factors in has to do with the physics involved. For the transit pictured in the pouring of Scotch, an interdimensional portal has to be opened, which is to say that time-space must be manipulated. The stopper that Pyatt jiggles behind the “Lord of the Dance” idol is functionally a Scotch-spirit stopper, but as a part of the decanter, it's kind of a space-time compartment stopper, a “time stopper.” Both the idol and stopper are notable signal devices. The aspects of time and energy are inherent in both.
Before I expand on that, let's consider the use of the water and Scotch symbolism. Think, baptism. This is what John the Baptist said about the Messiah's coming.
As for me, I baptize you with water for repentance, but He who is coming after me is mightier than I, and I am not fit to remove His sandals; He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire. ~ Matthew 3:11
Consider who gets what beverage. The water is for Darnell, who sells himself as the penitent man. “Water for repentance.” He's the aged and less mighty whose life is passing away, in contrast to the younger and more mighty. Scotch is a spirit, and with high alcoholic content, it burns. The burning spirit is for Pyatt. The transition or transfer from John the Baptist to the Lamb of God is thus modeled. The allegory here is limited, of course, but if you're tidy with the limits, it works. Darnell usually plays the Osiris role to Pyatt's Horus, and that works here too. Baptism is a death and resurrection model. Water represents death, and being wet with it, the end of the life of the flesh. The Osiris of legend was killed and his body was chopped into pieces and scattered in the Nile. It was a watery grave. Dead. Isis collected and assembled his body parts to magickally raise her dead brother-husband into Horus. Resurrection, after a fashion. Very clever. This also leads to an alternate and parallel allegory.
Isis only recovered 13 of the 14 body parts of Osiris because his phallus had been eaten by a fish. The reproductive ritual that represented an essential aspect of the ceremonial raising required a phallus, so the goddess of magic made a substitute. This reproductive ritual is reenacted for us in the scene. In this allegory, the water is the water of life and the identities of the characters flip. Pyatt plays Osiris to Darnell's Horus. In the featured screenshot, see the loins of Pyatt-Osiris through the water and pitcher. The water in the pitcher represents the seminal fluid or seed of Osiris. The pitcher is the magickal substitute phallus. When you look at the surface of the water in the pitcher from this angle you're seeing an ellipse, a vesica piscis. That's the divine feminine. Consider the visual alignment. Are you seeing what you're looking at? When water is poured from the pitcher into a glass and subsequently given to Darnell, that service represents the reproductive work of Isis, raising Osiris into Horus. This allegory is strengthened as we follow the director's suggestion to keep watch over the passing of time. When Pyatt hands Darnell his drink, they linger. With both men holding the glass, the transaction takes fully three seconds to complete. Three, the resurrection number!
The allegory is strengthened even further when viewed from a certain technical perspective. When the glass is passed from one man to the other, it is from right hand to right hand, and the lingering makes it look like a handshake. My experience as a Web developer relates the handshaking transaction to the TCP or transmission control protocol. A connection for data transfer is established by a three way handshake, and it has to do with opening a port. Stargate. Gene (genetic data) transfer. In secure transmissions, special attention is given to identification, authentication and encryption-decryption.
The resurrection number 3 is also inherent in the spirit of Pyatt's drink of choice. By law, all Scotch whisky must be aged in oak barrels for at least three years. There's the resurrection code. I note that there's actually water in his drink too, even though he doesn't add any when serving himself. Whatever the cask strength of the distilled spirit is, before bottling it has to be made to conform to the target proof for that particular product. This is done by diluting it with water, which typically amounts to something in the neighborhood of 20% by volume. Scotch + water provides for a combined spirit and water baptism ritual for Pyatt.
Now, as I mentioned earlier, both the idol of Shiva and the decanter's stopper are notable signal devices. The aspects of time and energy are inherent in both.
The statue of Shiva as the Lord of the Dance links to CERN, of course, and the Large Hadron Collider. The record breaking high energy atom smasher is scheduled to be operational again in the Spring of 2015, and it appears that it will be leveraged for the opening of the stargate facilitating the emergence of Horus through the outpouring of pneuma antichristos. The God particle is claimed to be the key to the mass property of all matter, which, according to Einstein's relativity equation, unlocks the secret of time or time-space.
I'm hoping that you are grasping the reality of what's being pictured in this film's esoteric “prophetic” scenario. The authority to exercise control over time-space has been granted to the Adversary for a limited season to accomplish the sovereign Lord's own purposes. That fantastical ability will be duly exploited, right on schedule and according to set limits. My God is ever sovereign, and He's in complete control, but yet the illusion must suggest otherwise.
The gaining of control over the key-lock mechanism will be a kind of hack. The vault of heaven will appear to be broken into, forced open like what we see in the film when Pyatt yanks the stopper out of the decanter. The matter of forced access is supported by the clever dialog of the scene, which I intend to provide, but first, let's explore how the stopper is used in connection with the stargate image to illustrate the operation of the stargate that opens to facilitate the “Scotch pouring” transit.
Both the decanter and its stopper are made of crystal. While Pyatt pours the Scotch, he's jiggling the stopper in his other hand as if he's nervous, but the way he's jiggling it presents it as the oscillating of a crystal. “A crystal oscillator is an electronic oscillator circuit that uses the mechanical resonance of a vibrating crystal of piezoelectric material to create an electrical signal with a very precise frequency. This frequency is commonly used to keep track of time (as in quartz wristwatches), to provide a stable clock signal for digital integrated circuits, and to stabilize frequencies for radio transmitters and receivers. ” (Wikipedia) If you've been paying attention, this symbolic action makes all kinds of sense in the context. Time, energy, and with this generation of fixed frequency electrical energy being generated right behind the image of the stargate, well, it's quite brilliant. Consider how Pyatt's symbolic wristwatch probably has a crystal oscillator too. The spirit being decanted by the hand with the wristwatch - the crystal being oscillated behind the stargate - the two activities are being directly connected for us, and a structural resonance or a quantum entanglement is suggested.
At some point in the conversation, Pyatt drills Darnell for more technical detail about how time travel works. Darnell tells him that it involves speeding up one end of the wormhole while slowing down the other. What is illustrated in this screenshot speaks to me of a sly demonstration.
Many of the similar demonstrations I've covered involve things like pitchers or candlesticks falling or cats or dogs or people jumping off pedestals, where the force of gravity is acting on mass over a fixed distance. Remember this scene from I, Pet Goat II? This character leaps "into the drink" the very instant he is visually aligned with the clock tower obelisk behind him.
In this screenshot from The Penitent Man, we see gravity acting on a fluid as the Scotch falls from the spirit container down into the chosen vessel.
If you think I'm getting carried away and going overboard here, you might want to review the previous posts in series to get a grounding perspective.
To be continued, Lord willing.