Wednesday, July 27, 2011

"If Damon Albarn is serious about the occult, shouldn't we call him Damien?

Damon Albarn's recent admission that the supernatural is now part of his life explains an awful lot
The 17th-century witchfinder general, Mary Hopkin, roamed Essex on top of a horse, burning witches and stuffing her bearded face with purloined olden-days tavern fayre – crusty bread rolls, steak and ale pies and banana splits. And yet, crawling from Colchester in a crackling cloud of dark energie, it appears the spawn of at least one of the satanic miscreants Hopkin once hounded haunts the cultural landscape of Britain even now. Its name? Damon Albarn.

Speaking to the Observer's little sister paper, the Guardian, last week, the former singer of the Blur confessed: "Magic and the occult are part of my life. I've got to come out of the closet", like some kind of Enochian Duncan Norvelle. The Britpop man even claimed to have contacted the spirit of Elizabethan mage John Dee, about whom he has written a pop musical, but the crepe-necked kabbalist was, apparently, unwilling to communicate.

So, is D Albarn – whose initial sounds the same as John Dee's surname – as sincere in his insane devotion to the occult as his former band-mate, the tall one with the farm, seems to be in his desire to create cheeses for his Tory neighbours' dinner tables? Or is D's deranged enslavement to evil just one of the survival strategies all mainstream celebrities employ in search of South Bank Centre Meltdown-curating gigs and garbled Alan Yentob hagiographies? To satisfy your gnat-like attention spans, the arts survivor must "evolve", less like an artist and more like a primordial glob.

For example, if viewed as an "artist", David Bowie makes no sense at all. He seems to be little more than a perpetually spooked moth in slip-ons, sputtering, in a series of self-shaming leaps towards imagined relevance, from one swiftly guttering fad to another – grunge metal, drum and bass and having a skellington face. But imagine Bowie instead as a cunning lichen, an adaptive tuber or a semi-sentient mould, endlessly reshaping himself in search of the moisture of acclaim, and it is easy to understand him. D Albarn, however, has played a better game than the talcum-faced pierrot and now no massive public- and privately funded multimedia arts project is too small for him to accept.

"It is not for me to draw parallels between my own life and that of Christ," runs the opening line of Irish writer Fiachra MacFiach's new autobiography, The Autobiography of Ireland's Greatest Living Genius. Likewise, it is not for me to draw parallels between my own life and that of D Albarn and yet I recognise his moves. I was part of the short-lived early-90s idea that "comedy was the new rock'n'roll" around the same time D was part of the Britpop movement.

Both of us have survived by exploiting the goodwill of one-time teenage fans who have grown up to be journalists and regional culture tsars, and who can now give us glowing reviews and valuable commissions in order to post-rationalise their adolescent crushes. But even in a culture where it is fashionable for newspaper columnists and salaried blabbers to defy the supposed atheist orthodoxy with cautious credulousness, D Albarn has gone one further than famously faith-ridden celebrities such as Ian Hislop, and that woman with the energy-draining face in Episodes, would ever dare. He has embraced the occult.

I was ready to dismiss D's devilish conversion as a Bowie-like toadstool gambit, but a quick glance at the Blurs' career reveals a series of events that only make sense if you view them as part of a magical working of the upmost seriousness. Consider.

During the early 90s, satirist-thinkers David Baddiel and James LoadedBrown were among a group of dedicated activists working hard to repopularise the forgotten activity of men masturbating their penises over pictures of naked women. This ancient practice had all but disappeared during the 80s, if the results of contemporary questionnaires in Talulah Gosh fanzines and Living Marxism were to be believed. Then, in 1995, D Albarn appeared alongside some sex models in the music video for his song "Country House". But D was not trying to ride a wave of then-fashionable pornographic revisionism. By consorting with fallen women he was, I believe, trying to position himself as the Gnostic Christ of Ordo Templi Orientis lore.

When the album The Great Escape was beaten in sales by Oasis's(What's The Story) Morning Glory? it seemed to be the final humiliation in the so-called Battle of Britpop, a dispute not dissimilar to the magikal wars that see followers of rival sects, such as the Temple of Set and Anton LaVey's Church of Satan, fling curses at each other across the astral plane. But nearly two decades later, could the mere existence of the Beady Eye album be seen as evidence of the warlock D's ultimate victory? And was it the evil influence of some malignant magic spell of D's that made his rival Liam Gallagher fidget so on The Chatty Man's show last week? "Worms of the Earth, your burrows forgotten/Wriggle instead in Liam's bottom," D and his milk carton homunculus sing to the smoking cauldron, I expect, or something like it.

And, let us not forget, on the main stage of Glastonbury, the sacred site, D appeared twice in succession. Once in his old form, as the singer of Blurs, and then again, reborn as the musical director of the Gorillas, a magus holding a crowd of thousands spellbound as he conjured dances and songs from the shuffling corpses of the undead – Lou Reed, Mark E Smith and Shaun Ryder.

Predictably, the last few weeks have seen many of D's Britpop contemporaries announce their own occult projects. The Echobellies are to reform, not as a band, but as a druidical sex cult, and Louise Weeners of the Sleeper is planning a lighthearted chick-lit novel about Ithell Colquhoun and her magic goose. In a reversal of these new norms, Northamptonshire magician Alan Moore is to perform a one-man dance piece about the rise and fall of Menswe@r.

I don't doubt for a moment that D Albarn is anything but utterly sincere in his enthusiasm for the occult. But let the seeker tread carefully, for stronger men than he have been swallowed by the dark side. Mickey Mouse thought that he would be able to use the occult to clean his floor more quickly than was reasonable, but he soon became the terrified victim of loads of singing brooms. D Albarn might master the darkness, but it may be more likely that the darkness will master him."


"Damon Albarn will compose music for movie about magic oak

Spinner informs that Blur and Gorillaz leader Damon Albarn will compose a soundtrack for a short film "The Boy in the Oak".
The movie will be based on children"s book written by musician"s sister Jessica. The movie will tell about a boy behind the house of who there is magic tree. But the child does not believe in magic till he is not visited by the fairies living in the oak branches.

The narrations will be read by the actor Jude Law. It is supposed that the director of "The Boy in the Oak" will be Luke Losey, who previously cooperated with such music projects as Orbital and Mercury Rev. The movie will come in spring 2011.
Early before it was known that in 2011 Blur can start recording the next disc. If these rumors are confirmed, the new album will be the first work of the group after eight years."


Monday, July 25, 2011

Christopher Story

In light of the recent and last years events I highly recommend:

"Christopher Story murdered, other journalists targeted in new fascist campaign

Prominent veteran financial journalist Edward Harle (working under the pen name Christopher Story) wrote before his recent death (on 2010 July 14 (!)) that George Bush Senior, Barak Obama and other members of the criminal Washington D.C. establishment had ordered him killed.
Story was poisoned during a March, 2010 visit to the US with a virus created by the Fort Meade biological warfare facility, according to close associates of Story who spoke to him the day before his July 14th death. Although there exists an antidote for this virus, Story was unaware he was poisoned with it until recently by which point his liver damage had progressed too far for treatment, according to the sources.
Although Story is now dead, his sources will continue to provide the public with vital information about the secret financial war that is now raging towards its conclusion. The murder of Story will not go un-avenged, according to several sources inside the U.S. and UK military-industrial complex.
The murder of Story is part of a broader, but doomed campaign to silence journalists. Jane Burgermeister, who did much to expose the pharmaceutical industry’s involvement in the creation of the H1N1 virus, contacted this writer today saying she feared for her life. She is the victim of systematic harassment by Austrian security service thugs and their corporate/government bosses.
This writer has also been the target of multiple murder attempts. The same cabal that killed my colleague Paul Klebnikov (the former Forbes Moscow Bureau Chief) and killed Daniel Pearle of the Wall Street Journal, has been systematically murdering journalists around the world as a part of their effort keep in power and fool the public with their fake “war on terror.”
Below is a copy of Christopher Story’s last report. There has been a systematic effort to remove this report from the internet so please disseminate it far and wide.
Below that you will find a copy of an e-mail from Jane Burgermeister.

Below that, you will find a list of the members of the Knights of Malta, who are a major part of the criminal cabal that is trying to turn Western Civilization into a fascistic dictatorship. When the White Dragon roars, their reign of terror will finally end. "


Christopher Story - The Truth about Nazi's & The 4th Reich (3 parts)

William H. McIlhany speaks with Author, Christopher Story about "The New European Soviet"

Multidecade Communist-Deception and Disinformation Strategy (3 parts)

Christopher Story Expose Part 1 Video (5 parts)

"Christopher Edward Harle Story FRSA (1938 – 14 July 2010[1]) was a British writer, publisher and government adviser specialising inintelligence and economic affairs, who is best known for his collaboration with KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn on the 1995 book The Perestroika Deception. Christopher Story, the son of Colonel Henry Harle Story MC of the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles),[2] was educated atEton College and Christ Church, Oxford, and then worked as an industrial writer in Canada. In 1963, he formed his own publishing company specialising in intelligence and founded World Reports Limited in 1963.[3] Since 1970, he has edited and published International Currency Review,[4] which includes the World Bank, the Federal Reserve, and the Bank of England amongst its subscribers.[5] He became an economic adviser to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher,[6] and a year after her resignation he purchased the respected Soviet Analyst, whose previous editors include Robert Conquest and Tibor Szamuely,[7] due to his continued scepticism about Mikhail Gorbachev, perestroika and the official version of events in the Soviet Union.[8] In May 1992, he was approached by KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn, who supported Story's analysis in Soviet Analyst, and handed over to Story his memoranda to the CIA, which Story edited and published as The Perestroika Deception in 1995.

In 2002, Story published The European Union Collective, which applied Story's analysis to the European Union. He is also critical of theGerman intelligence establishment, pointing out its Nazi origins.[9] In the book, he equates the current situation in Europe to the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact before World War II. He describes both world wars as "the two Illuminati Wars." [1] He also claims that former British Prime Minister Edward Heath was "recruited by the Nazis before the war" and was an agent of "the secret Nazi strategic continuum since exposed as the Deutsche Verteidigungs Dienst(DVD), Dachau." [2]

stay tuned!


the Oslo plot thickens...

In a very good find, today Constance Cumbey quotes from the mass-killers document "2083":

What follows is a brief outline of the thesis put forward by writer Bat Ye'or in her book Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis. My information is based on her book (which should be read in full). In addition I have drawn from some of her articles and interviews. I [Anders Breivik aka Andrew Berwick] republish the information with her [Bat Ye'or] blessing, but this summary is completely my own.

C.C. writes:"What makes this more fascinating to me is Bat Ye'or's and her husband's very tight relationship with Rene Wadlow and her husband, David Littmann Ph.D. which I wrote about in my February 27th, 2011 blogspot"

(I have written about René Wadlow in May 2010 in relation to his involment with to the Theosophical Society, Ervin Laszló, David Spangler and beeing a pupil of Javier Solana's grandfather Salvador de Madariaga:)

stay tuned!

...also it turns out Norway’s Mass Killer's manifesto was made by copying from the Unabomber Word for Word - Ted Kaczynski a known Victim of CIA Mind Control Experiments (Link), it still has parts that refer to a situation that was after the publishing of the original document (after 1995).

For example the following passage connects directly to Javier Solana, as he commanded the Air strikes agains Serbia in his function as NATO Secretary General in 1999. Now the text of mass-killer Behring mentions this event as the starting point of the pro-Islamic era in Europe, also refering to cultural Marxism, which makes him an outspoken enemy of Solana's actions.

This fact could bring trouble also for all "Solana-critical"-voices in the close future... the referred part:

"The time for dialogue is over. We gave peace a chance.The time has come for armed resistance. PCCTS, the Knights Templar on behalf of the free people of Europe, declare preventive war against the Marxist cultural / multi-cultural neo colonial regimes in Western Europe. We recognize that Europe has technically been in civil war since 1999, when European and American cultural Marxists / multiculturalists through NATO declared the attacks on the Christian Serb forces and deprived them the right to stop Islam in its native country. "

from the Manuscript published by Anders Behring Breivik (Dagbladet translation)Link+other parts of the Manifest were the killer writes explictly about Solana (12 times):p. 288, 294, 326, 341.
stay tuned!farmer

Friday, July 22, 2011

twitter conversation

"Paco Pakontalo Cantalapiedra (journalist from newpaper ElPais):
"Are you playing the coward now? why you do not answer to the Messenger?"
July 20

Javier Solana:
"I answer all the world. You can check."
July 20

Paco Pakontalo Cantalapiedra:
"The Roman Empire has risen"
July 21

Javier Solana:
"rather Charlemagne"
19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone

Paco Pakontalo Cantalapiedra:
"You are the main precursor, twitter knows everything ..."
10 hours ago

Wednesday, July 20, 2011


"...With the completed Plan of Diplomacy and Defense, we ensure that the military, diplomats and other public servants, walk all at the same step in defending our interests."

In this sense, said the president of the Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics of ESADE and former High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union, Javier Solana, who highlighted the "important role played by the Armed Forces for action abroad, combined with diplomacy and cooperation "and the fact that Spain has been among the first countries to implement the plan in the future that will have to implement also other countries."


Monday, July 18, 2011

water relay

"Almost a month devoted entirely to water resources : conferences, conventions, seminars and shows from 2011 September 4 to 10 in Genoa and September 12 with Water Relay , which will cross whole Italy, from north to south, connecting daily with Caterpillar , the cult radio RAI Radio Two .

In the year that has seen for the first time 26 million citizens interested in the issue of water during the referendum, a FESTIVAL articles that deal with water from all angles: from the debates on new technologies, the evocative power of the water in the philosophy and religion, the balance between developing countries and the industrialized world, the borders of legality in the water.
which will be attended policy meetings, the institutions, managers, technicians, artists, entrepreneurs, judges, journalists, associations all those who - for whatever reason - dealing with water resources.

Among the names: Javier Solana , Claudio Burlando, Nichi Vendola, Marta Vincenzi, Massimo D'Alema, Aldo Cazzullo , Chicco Testa, Emanuele Severino, Piero Grasso , Julius Giorello , Andrea Segrè, Patrizio Roversi, Massimo Cirri Solibello and Philip , to name few.

All followed by a RELAY that will reach over ten cities, from Genoa to Bari - with daily appointments live on CATERPILLAR Radio Two - where we discover the secrets live and curiosities of water in Italy." LINK

Both the Legacy and the Charter of Zaragoza should be instruments to promote change, evolution and alternatives to meet the challenges of water and sanitation. These must be specified by the efforts that already are, for the creation of a World Water Agency within the framework of the UN.We have "the illusion of restoring hope that the themes must become issues, especially in water," said Eduardo Mestre, director of the Water Tribune.

The Charter of Zaragoza is the most visible legacy of this activity of Expo Zaragoza, which was read by former secretary general of UNESCO, Federico Mayor Zaragoza in Spanish with the presence of King Juan Carlos, Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, representatives of all participating countries and guests.

The Zaragoza Charter is designed as an instrument of public policy, clear concepts and principles, of values ​​to be put on the table, to understand the changes to be made in water. This document will be submitted to the United Nations (UN) to be a world leader in commitments and proposals on water.

This is the Charter of Zaragoza" Link

"Defending water

Water and sustainable

development is the theme

of Expo Zaragoza 2008,

a biennial international

festival of culture to be held

in Saragossa, Spain, from

14 June to 14 September.

Inside a meander of the

river Ebro, a park has been

built displaying ecological

materials, renewable energy

and sustainable water

management. The festival’s

140 pavilions — including

architect Zaha Hadid’s sinuous

bridge (pictured), clad in steel

scales that mimic shark skin,

and a glass tower shaped like

a water droplet — will house

exhibitions and events.

A platform for technical,

scientific and social debate,

the Expo will host nine weeks

of themed seminars on

water conservation, climate

change and development.

A series of essays has

been commissioned by the

Expo from global figures,

including ex-president of

the former Soviet Union

Mikhail Gorbachev,

EU High Representative Javier Solana
and Nobel Peace prize winners

Rigoberta Menchú and

Wangari Maathai. J.B." LINK



Rifkin Solana and Gorbatchev"

from here: "
Creating crises
One option is to take advantage of crises, but another option is to create
them: reveal to society a situation which is not new, which actually exists,
but ensure that it is seen in terms of a social scandal." (p.63)

"Taking advantage of the time when the political parties listen more and
have the most to fear" (p.65)

"Taking advantage of the time when business leaders listen more and
have the most to fear" (p.68)

"The global society should make its presence felt. It might take the
form of a worldwide referendum, or it could be organised pressure on
a summit conference. To change the lives of thousands, local actions
are essential. To change the lives of millions, we must also think up
global actions." (p.77)

"The sacred aspect of water
Water is not just another resource. All religions have made water a
sacred symbol with regard to birth, life and death.
But this sacred nature is not only to be found in religious texts: a
quick dip into popular culture will show that it is to be found in the
myths and beliefs of East and West, North and South" (p.82)

from Solanas 2008 paper: (from p.12-...)
"Conclusions and recommendations
Increase capacity at EU level A first step in addressing the impact of climate change on international security should be to increase knowledge and evaluate their own capabilities in the EU, and be followed by an improvement in prevention, and the state of preparation of early response to disasters and conflicts. Financial implications should be identified and evaluated these responses also undertake a review of the EU budget. Possible actions that could be developed include: strengthen the capacities of EU research, analysis, monitoring and early detection and watch lists, including the Institute for Security Studies Satellite Centre of the EU (EUSC), Center Situation in the EU (SITCEN), the EU network of correspondents in the field of energy security (NESCO), the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security and Joint Research Centres. It is necessary to include monitoring and early detection in situations of state fragility and political radicalization, tensions over resources and energy supplies, environmental and socio-economic tensions, threats to critical infrastructures and economic assets, border disputes, impact on rightsmigration and human potential.
further improve the planning and capabilities of the EU and Member States' civil protection including the use of instruments to respond to disasters and crisis management (civil and military) to help respond to challenges of security to climate change. • the Commission to continue working for further evaluation for each region, which may be the security implications and how they may affect the interests of the EU. EU multilateral leadership to promote global climate security Climate change is a key element in international relations and will be increasingly in the coming years, including its security dimension. If this is recognized, it can even become a positive lead wire to improve and reform global governance.
As a global problem, the EU is advocating a multilateral response. Building on the success of the Bali conference in December 2007 the EU should further strengthen its leadership to achieve in 2009 an ambitious post-2012, including both mitigation and adaptation in all countries, as a key contribution to address climate security. Possible actions that could be developed include: • A focus on security risks related to climate change in the multilateral arena, particularly in the Security Council of the United Nations, the G8 as well as specialized agencies NU (addressing, among other things, the possible need to strengthen certain rules of international law, including maritime law). • Strengthen international cooperation in the detection and monitoring of security threats related to climate change, and prevention capabilities, state of preparedness, mitigation and response. Promote the development of regional security situations in the various levels of climate change and its implications for international security. • Explore additional migratory stress caused by the environment in the future development of a comprehensive European migration policy in connection with all relevant international bodies.

Cooperation with third countries Climate change requires re-evaluating and strengthening the EU cooperation and political dialogue instruments, paying more attention to the impact of climate change on security. This could mean greater priority and support climate change mitigation and adaptation, good governance, management of natural resources, technology transfer, cross-border cooperation in environmental matters (including other things on water and land), the consolidation and development of institutional capacities for crisis management. Possible actions that could be developed include: • Incorporating further the adaptation and resilience to climate change into EU regional strategies (eg the Northern Dimension, European Neighbourhood Policy, EU-Africa Strategy, Barcelona Process, ​​the Black Sea Synergy, the EU Strategy for Central Asia, the Action Plan for the Middle East).Attention should be paid to the most vulnerable regions and potential hot spots for climate security. Should be based on the global partnership to tackle climate change between the EU and developing countries more vulnerable. • Develop an EU policy for the Arctic based on the geographical development strategy of the Arctic region, taking into account inter alia, access to resources and opening new trade routes. • Study the safety impact of climate change in the dialogue with third countries, including the sharing of analysis. ________"