The Unexpected Cosmology

The Gospel of Jesus Christ According to Judas Iscariot “We Took Sweet Counsel Together…” - HIS NAME MEANS “JEHOVAH LEADS” IN HEBREW. But for Judas Iscariot, there is a rich irony here, because no other individual was more clearly led by Satan than he. Supposing a man returned to our present day by way of Einsteinian equations and mind-bending bewitchments of science—basically, employing the use of a time machine—having successfully […]

Rub-A-Dub-Dub, Three Sinners in a Tub | The Meat, the Milk & Saint Peter’s Brother (Flat Earth & the House It Darkened) - MRS. HADLEY AND THE KIDS WERE ALREADY IN BED for the night, so we stripped down of everything but our bathing suites and yielded to the potency of a bubbling cauldron. I was almost immediately pressed to a conversation among strangers that I’d hoped to retreat from and which they likely wouldn’t be letting their […]

Satanic Panic: The Day E.T. Visited the UN - THE BABYLON WORKING   BY DAY, Jack Parsons launched the Cold War. By night, the founder of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory emerged from a coffin to perform the Enochian magic first began by Englishman John Dee. His own esoteric works were often mixed with his scientific experiments, and it has been reported that Parsons attempted […]

“Are You Experienced?” | Our Greatest Songwriters of Rock ‘N’ Roll Are As Ancient As the Mystery Schools They Derive From - SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY OF THE BEATLES CANNOT READ or write music. ‘Yesterday,’ he told Larry King, simply came to him in a dream. And I know what you’re likely already thinking. As one of history’s greatest hit-makers, McCartney was simply being modest. Let us then consider John Lennon’s interview with Playboy Magazine. Concerning the construct […]

Robert Frost: “In the Clearing” (a Review for the Copernican Revolution) -   A MANIFEST Destiny of the Copernican nature was finally pressed upon and dutifully commissioned by President John F. Kennedy when he inspired his nation with the following decree: “We set sail on this new sea because there is new knowledge to be gained, and new rights to be won, and they must be won […]