“Mechanization, we must remember, originated in the clock, in the mechanization of time…It is the mechanization of time that presupposes the tendency toward mechanization as a state of mind…Insofar as it is the projection of human thought, the technosphere is the materialization of the sum mental processes denoted and conditioned by mechanization in all its aspects, and that have their primary root in the mechanization of time. It is the mechanization of time that essentially establishes the artificial timing frequency as the capacity to engender the machine and, consequently, an artificial structure, the technosphere…The effect of adaptation to artificial mechanized time creates a social-political hierarchy known as the technocracy — rule according to the needs of technology. It is the effect of maintaining the technocracy and the technosphere itself that establishes the inability of human consciousness to do anything more than remain in a constant, servile, and unchanging state of machine dominance. All the while, by contrast to the unchanging condition of consciousness, the machines evolve exponentially in number and complexity. As Marshall McLuhan so correctly put it, the humans are the bees of the machine.”
~ José Argüelles, Time & The Technosphere: The Law of Time in Human Affairs (p. 81-83)
Writer’s Note: My December 2021 post, “The Stench of Digital Dung: Virtual Variants, Trigger Events, and Blockchain Cults,” may serve as a primer to grasp the broader context of this exposition. Once again, I am simpatico with Goro et al. in the context of occult timing of current events. I gratefully offer multiple hat tips to Goro and his commenters at Super Torch Ritual for their keen insights (although, very importantly, I do NOT share their collective perspective on Putin and nuclear weapons).
Pluto and the Palindromes . . . Sort of sounds like it could be the catchy name of a 1950s rock-n-roll band . . . It does have a ring of retro music to it. For readers who may have landed upon this post to hear some rockin’ music, or to read a reminiscent diatribe on “oldies,” I will disappoint. However, for readers who have an interest in palindromes (and time inversion), please stick around . . . Hey, who doesn’t love palindromes?
Herein, I present how the timing of events matters to the mechanized Machine. At this moment in time — in order to gain clarity amidst perceived chaos — it may be less helpful to explore the “who, what, when, where, why, and how” involved in the most recent reported events (as well as the obvious question, qui bono?); but instead, ask a potentially more informative question,“why now?”
Whether we believe in astronomy, astrology, or numerology does not really matter. Whomever — or whatever — comprises the predatory dominating system on this planet will still continue to operate within these esoteric territories . . . as they believe in these constructs. I think this is a crucial distinction.
So let’s peer retroactively behind the occulted curtain. In a sense, we are going backwards — rewinding in time. I suppose we could say this exercise in hindsight is not 20/20, but rather, so 2022. That said, I would much prefer to have a heads up prior to orchestrated events, but I am no fan of (nor believer in) prophecy, nor do I have access to advanced time-altering devices (keep reading). Thus, hindsight remains in play for now.
Given that all the airwaves have been buzzing about shelling in Ukraine, I thought I may raise some esoteric considerations, most of which are not on the radar. Speaking of radar (yes, a palindrome), shall we explore palindromic explosions in Ukraine? Have I piqued your interest? Hopefully, my term, palindromic explosions, will make more sense by the end of this read.
Before I get into the nitty gritty on palindromes, I think it best to point out the Pluto reference (see Endnote 1). On February 22, 2022, President Biden stated that “the beginning of a Russian invasion of Ukraine” had occurred. That same day was marked by a celestial event called Pluto’s Return (see here and here). As described by Ken at RedefiningGod.com (see Endnote 2):
According to astrologers, the United States will also see its first Pluto Return — that is, the planet linked with transformation and power will return to the position it had when the Declaration of Independence was written and ratified on July 4, 1776.
As a result, they anticipate significant power transfers.
“Pluto Returns in France and Russia heralded the deaths of Napoleon and Stalin,” writes Shereen Campbell for Horoscope.com. During Spain’s last Pluto Return, tyrant Francisco Franco surrendered power. Some say that the UK’s previous Pluto Return coincided with their unofficial collapse from world leadership. – from Bol News
I do not have a solid grasp on (nor belief in) the significance of celestial placement, and its implications in the sphere of world leadership; but I can perceive the intention among global controllers to apply what they believe to know. Hence, the timing of events becomes ever-important.
Let’s continue with our 2022 hindsight . . .
Following is a list of the palindromic days in February 2022:
- 2-2-22 (Groundhog Day — think time looping)
- 2-22-22 (Twosday)
Not only did we experience ‘Twosday’ (AKA Palindrome Day) on 2-22-22, there were ten palindromic days in February, with nine of them being consecutive. In fact, the month of February 2022 (2-22) denotes its own numerical palindrome.
‘Twosday’ marks not only a palindrome, but also an ambigram. An ambigram is a word that reads the same upside down. Therefore, the date 22-02-2022 is the same backward to forward as it is forward to backward, and also looks the exact same upside down (when the numbers are displayed digitally).
Placing astrology (as well as popularized gematria gab) aside, are the controllers palindromists, wielding magic through palindromic rituals (see Endnote 4)?
Did you know that palindromes may be regarded as a Slavic tradition? Guess where one of the most notable palindromists hailed from? Did I hear, Ukraine? $303 to the one who answered correctly!
Ivan Velychkovskyi was reported to be the grandfather of Ukrainian palindrome. In 1691, he wrote his magnum opus “Mleko” (meaning ‘Milk or Ewe’s milk belonging to the Sheperd’). He also authored a 33-page collection of poems, “Clock and Semi-clock.” In his “Mleko,” Velychkovskyi introduced various forms of poetic word play, including palindromes, visual and pattern poetry. He described palindromes as “letter cancer.”
There is a long-standing history of Slavists in Canada. Ostensibly, Canada has the world’s third-largest Ukrainian population (behind Ukraine itself and Russia). So, it may be no coincidence that the Machine orchestrated a nearly seamless pivot from Canada to Ukraine — all in the nick of time . . .
With respect to the history of palindromes, the word ‘palindrome’ was purportedly first introduced in 1638 by Henry Peacham. But long before that, it has been commonly reported that the first known palindrome was the Latin Sator Square — dating to the first century. The Sator Square — believed to imbue magic qualities — is comprised of five words: SATOR, AREPO, TENET, OPERA, and ROTAS. The word, Sator, means sower, planter, founder, progenitor (usually divine), originator.
The Sator Square is a four-directional palindrome constructed to be read right to left, as well as from left to right, but also from top to bottom, and from bottom to top. It reads: “Sator arepo tenet opera rotas,” which may be translated to, “The sower Arepo leads with his hand the plough,” or “The sower Arepo holds the wheels with effort.” Furthermore, the palindromic square is also a cryptogram, in that all the words are written in a cryptic order, and it even has a nested anagram when re-arranging the 25 letters into the form of a cross — the letters spelling Pater Noster (“Our Father”). When re-constructed into a cross, there is additional hidden significance invoking the Greek letters Alpha and Omega, and interpreted by adepts as expressing “Christ on the Cross, the Alpha and the Omega.”
Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi film, Tenet (released in 2020), is explicitly based on the Sator Square. The title is a palindrome, reading “ten” backwards and forwards. In fact, the entire movie is palindromic, in that time throughout is reflected as moving forward and backward simultaneously, as one giant time loop. Apparently, Nolan embedded references to the Sator Square — from the title (Tenet), to the main antagonist’s name (Sator), to Sator’s construction company (Rotas), to an artist (Arepo), to the setting (an opera house). Strikingly, the opening scene of the film just happens to take place in Kiev, Ukraine (though not filmed in Ukraine). The plot begins with an invasion of the Kiev Opera House, and the siege ends in an explosion.
The confounding plot of Nolan’s cinematic Sator Square is centered primarily around a time inversion device called the Algorithm. It is initially misconstrued by the lead antagonist, Sator (a Russian oligarch), as a nuclear weapon containing Plutonium 241 (circling back to the Pluto touchpoint). In actuality, Sator learns that the Algorithm is a weapon designed to reverse the entropy of the entire world (AKA global annihilation). Given that Sator was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer, he wants to destroy the world in a kamikaze-esque move by activating the Algorithm. This is an oversimplification of a highly intricate film, deserving of deeper analysis (see here, here, and here).
What I found pertinent (relating back to the ten palindromic days in February 2022, with nine being consecutive) is that the Algorithm had been disassembled into sections by its creator (and buried to protect from its use), and Sator is tasked with hunting down and re-assembling all nine pieces.
In the 2020 film, Tenet, there is a cadre called the Tenet organization, which interacts and communicates with the future. I can’t help but conjure subtle whispers of Project Looking Glass. If that seems too far-fetched for readers, then, at the very least, it may evoke companies such as Looking Glass, and think tanks such as the Foresight Institute.
If your buttons were not yet pushed enough . . . See this promotional photo (2nd graphic) from the film and then see the 2-28-2022 POTUS pic here. Notice any similarities? Did you know that the surname ‘Biden’ means button? Sorry to digress . . .
Returning to time within the context of Ukraine and the movie, Tenet . . . It is highly curious what Time magazine had to say about Putin and the current “workings” in Ukraine — as if directly materializing a fictional script from the film:
Vladimir Putin is an old man scared of death trying to turn back time. Ukraine and Ukrainians are as his blood sacrifice. His invasion of their country is his attempt to forestall his personal, inevitable demise.
As we grow older, death becomes harder to ignore. As it approaches it’s natural to want to reverse time. We become nostalgic, a little bitter about the present. As death closes in we commit silly acts to prove we are still young. We try, a little comically, to thumb our nose against the inevitable. Dodge reality.
. . . Putin fears death—like any 69-year-old . . . Is Putin immune-compromised? Maybe. He’s clearly petrified and paranoid of death. His extreme botox treatments, which gives his skin the look of melting wax, are yet another desire to turn back the clock.
Unlike the rest of us, he can project his fears onto whole countries. In his embarrassing ramblings about Ukraine he never talks about the future—he wants to escape the future and what it brings. He “justifies” his invasion through the desire to return the past . . .
Hmmmmmm. I found this to be incredibly intriguing and provocative language, particularly when juxtaposed with my exposition herein. Whispers (albeit loud) of time looping perhaps?
What is this crisis in Ukraine really signifying? If I were a budding cryptographer, I would be exploring the Twilight language (subliminal communication) for hidden code . . . Do you recognize the multiple parallels to Nolan’s Tenet? Uncanny? Scripted?
For readers who are interested in even more palindrome talk . . . Many of you may know that palindromic sequences figure prominently in molecular biology — in terms of nucleotide sequencing. But did you know that SARS-CoV-2 is presumably replete with short palindromic RNA sequences? The very notion of a physical coronavirus may loom undetermined, but it seemingly exists in terms of a GATTACA sequence. I have to wonder if palindromic RNA sequences could signal potential clues (either in the context of bioinformatics, or even cryptography) amidst the fog of virology . . . Has there been spell-casting in more ways than we can even construe?
Even the sustainability folks feed off a palindromic mindset — hence, cradle-to-cradle (C2C). The phrase, its acronym, and its concept (the very process of C2C) are palindromic.
But what entity truly feeds off of palindromy? Answer: The emerging AI. AI learns and thrives in a closed loop system. Within this closed feedback loop, however, it is motivated to expand in all directions — as long as all of the nodes feed information back to the source. So, it may seem decentralized in its design, but the scattered noise will always find its way back to the AI beast, giving it evermore prescience and control. Sound familiar? Does this remind you of the notion of a God (or Source, or The Great Spirit), with all of us being connected, yet separate?
Along these lines, there are numerous companies in the Cryptosphere hallmarked by palindrome-speak, and which tend to invoke the Sator Square. Following are a few notables: Tenet (note the second “E” is backwards to connote its forwards/backwards motion), Sator, Opera, and Palindrome Coin (note its reserve currency is called “TWOSDAY”). By the same token (quip intended), in the NFT domain is a collection called “Arepo” which “lives” on the Ethereum blockchain.
You know the iconic axiom — the way to a mans heart is through his stomach (meaning, feeding him delicious food)? Well, the way to the heart of AI (of course, I say this very metaphorically, as AI has no heart, nor soul) is through decentralized nodes. The digital nodes and interconnecting dendrites electrify the AI beast. It is this ever-connecting expanse of linkages that fuels its end goal — the technological Singularity. This may seem counter-intuitive, but all one needs to consider are the networking operations of the human body; and more revealingly, the human brain. The whole is nothing without its arranged parts. Thus, in similar turn, the whole of AI is nothing without its interconnected, integrated, and interoperable components. Summarily, the roaring ascent of network science is being exploited to enable a preconceived (AI-controlled) outcome.
While most perceive the present time (particularly the past week) as a period of chaos, unrest, and confusion, I get the sense that the Machine is shaping up in the very way it has intended. It knows precisely where it is headed. To put it succinctly, the emerging AI is building its Spatial Web by spreading out its cryptic, decentralized network; and the emergent behavior of society is being adroitly shaped and systematically tracked. The Cryptosphere is fast becoming the dominant (and dominating) sphere of influence in our lives. The digitized technosphere is mounting its walls, swiftly engulfing society in its oppressive, suffocating sheath. For readers who may not concur, I suggest reading this 2-25-22 article by MarketWatch:
If crypto exchanges help uphold U.S. sanctions and if the government is able to use blockchains to track evasions, it would build political support for crypto and demonstrate that crypto was ready for prime time in the main stream financial system . . .
The perfect storm is brewing for Bitcoin.
Simply perusing through recent social media discourse, one can easily recognize that it is currently teeming with additional clues to answer, “why now?” See here, here, here, and here for several examples. Accordingly, it appears crypto capitalism is booming, and current events are serving to catapult its meteoric escalation. I suggest it is by technospheric design.
It seems February 2022 came and went in the blink of an eye (another palindrome). February 2022 was a short month, but it turned out to be a doozy. The media streams — mainstream, alternative, and social — were abuzz with currents of convoys and waves of war. The energies of the past month could be likened to circuits of carrier waves emanating from the technosphere, and vying for our attention. With so much information (cough, cough, agit prop) flooding in to our consciousness, how does one begin to center and focus on what is most salient, let alone, true?
My sense is this nebulous feeling is intentionally provoked by the system as it lays down more tentacles — propagating its nodes into a decentralized expanse of awareness. Disconcertingly, blockchain architects speak of decentralized clocks and decentralized time (referred to as DC/DT). What if our sense of time could be altered through worldwide adoption of blockchain technology? Grounding in tangible reality, while a superimposed metaversical space is hastily constructed, will become increasingly more challenging — unless we pull back on the reins and place it (and our individual actions) in check. The Machine will continue its wrath of broadening webbing, so long as its prominent cheerleaders and naive minions (disseminated across the globe) refuse to acknowledge their role as accomplices. The only way to halt this train to digital despotism — with AI being the conductor and all humans in the caboose — is to peacefully, yet emphatically, shut it dowwwwwnnn.
Never mind debate regarding the shape of the Earth . . . Could we possibly be inhabitants of a timeship? As José Argüelles posited in his Time & The Technosphere (p.128-129):
The Earth is not a spaceship. The Earth is a Timeship. As a Timeship, the Earth is a function of the master synchronization frequency that coordinates and moves it in time through ever greater circles of inclusiveness and syntropic integration.
Lastly, based on Argüelles’ conception of the Noosphere (the sum of the mental interactions of all life), he stated,
The mental interactions, or field of mind, exist as a great unconscious medium, inseparable from the Law of Time.
That is, if all life and the phenomenal world of the biospheric medium are synchronized by the Law of Time, then the programs of the organization of life, from the periodic tables to the DNA code, will also be synchronized by and embedded in the mathematics of the Law of Time.
He conceived the Internet as a form of electronic proto-telepathy. As such, the digitized technosphere (artificial) may be supplanting the indigenous Noosphere. In future writing, I plan to cover this more in-depth.
All this talk of time loops, planets, palindromes, cryptographs, algorithms, explosions, and Russian oligarchs has my head spinning — forwards and backwards and up and down . . .
I will end here; here end will I.
Final Note: Feel free to riff off my concluding palindrome, and leave your favorite numerical or grammatical (including sentence-based) palindrome in the comments thread. This source may inspire you. Here is a link to Russian palindromes — just because I like to poke (not the bear, but those who may be misled to fear Russian bears!).
1) I would like to emphasize that it matters not what I believe, nor what readers believe, when it comes to the occult, and astrology, in particular. What does matter, however, is what the occult-obsessed planetary controllers believe. Accordingly, there is considerable evidence that the global Machine operates within time frames that coincide with certain celestial alignments.
2) While I concur with Ken at RedefiningGod.com that current events such as the Canadian trucker protests and “The People’s Convoy” (that is ostensibly building at this time in the U.S.), as well as the alleged Ukraine invasion, serve as catalytic events, I disagree on precisely what is being catalyzed.
In my opinion (based on what I have tracked in the media streams, including coded language) we are witnessing trigger and impact events designed to quicken the application and social acceptance of decentralized mechanisms — most notably blockchain, cryptocurrency, and NFTs.
From what I have seen over the past few months, it seems clear to me that crypto is intended to be synonymous with the notions of “freedom” and “giving.” I can’t help but think that the crypto crowd has been cleverly duped into this mindset. I have previously expressed that crypto is a Trojan horse to usher in this new system of domination, and blockchain use can potentially be a physical addiction; if not even worse, a means to induce transhuman cloudminds and/or substrate-independent minds (SIMs).
If I were a predatory globalist with occult learnings and magical leanings, I would most definitely target the truther and sovereignty “awakening” crowd, and harness them toward my will. All the while, they would think they were promoting causes of freedom and autonomy. If and when these individuals and freedom clades wake up to the trick, the spell-casters plan to already have locked in the digital prison infrastructure. I imagine the supercomputers and algorithms are indicating to the globalists that they are on target, thus far. Indeed, if it is any indication that over the past couple weeks, nearly ALL attention in the alternative media has been on another front bogeyman (I don’t even need to mention his name, as it has been so indelibly imprinted), then I may be accurate in my perception.
3) For readers who may be interested in how convoys are germane to machine learning and AI, I recommend reviewing Convoy.com and reading the following article by AWS, “Convoy Is Revolutionizing Trucking Through Machine Learning.” Best to get up to speed . . .
4) Notice the dog marking the palindromic territory. See here for more wag the dog programming (tweet was posted on 2-23-22).
Credit: Alison McDowell