Thursday, January 24, 2013

Here's lookin' at you, kid!

Eye of Horus in the Sky
I'm once again led to a post by Guffey's Cryptoscatology; this time it's a passing reference to the phrase "Eye in the sky".

In addition to being the name of a novel by Philip K. Dick, who later in life thought he might be the subject of government mind control experiments involving the use of satellites, this expression, says Cathy O'Brien (Trance-Formation of America), was used by her handlers (including Temple of Set founder and Army intelligence officer Michael A. Aquino) to refer to the network of satellites that monitored her every move.  For mind-control purposes.

I immediately thought of the hit song of the same name by The Alan Parsons Project; Eye in the Sky is the group's only hit, from the eponymous album.

Now, these lyrics are a goldmine for anyone who wants to see a revelation of the method by a cryptocracy bent on implementing the New World Order.  Themes of surveillance, mind-reading, lies and illusion.  I could quote specific lines, but the whole song is rife with weirdness, if it's to be interpreted as something other than an out-of-love song.  The second and last verses and the chorus are pregnant with meaning:  "some of the lies" are "worth believing".  "Don't leave false illusions behind."

What always got me is not that the eye can see every move you make (the refrain of a mega-hit song from an album entitled Synchronicity by the Police!), but can also read your mind.  Whose mind?  We don't know.  The "you" could be "us".

I am the eye in the sky
Looking at you
I can read your mind
I am the maker of rules
Dealing with fools
I can cheat you blind

Arrogance of a cryptocracy?

The album cover features the eye of Horus and was designed by a graphic design team known as Hipgnosis.  Great pun.  "Hip" means "in the know" and "gnosis" refers to "hidden knowledge".  And of course it refers to hypnosis.  Trance-Formation, anyone?

Alan Parsons also made a solo album called The Time Machine, based on the book by H.G. Wells.  Wells also wrote a book in 1940 called The New World Order in which he promoted the idea of a single world government in order to end war and lead to peace.

The Eye in the Sky Album has some other evocative song titles:

1.     "Sirius"      
2.     "Eye in the Sky"      
3.     "Children of the Moon"
4.     "Gemini"
5.     "Silence and I"      
6.     "You're Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned"      
7.     "Psychobabble"      
8.     "Mammagamma"      
9.     "Step by Step"      
10.    "Old and Wise" 

Sirius has been linked with Lucifer and is the subject of enormous speculation.  Robert Anton Wilson has a lot to say about it, and it is the subject of a book by Robert Temple called The Sirius Mystery:

Temple's book and the debates that followed its release publicized the existence of the Dogon tribe among many New Age followers and proponents of ancient astronaut theories. Speculation about the Dogon on numerous websites is now mingled with fact, leading to wide misunderstanding among the public about Dogon mythology.

Of these, I would propose that songs 1-7 are especially resonant with regard to NWO conspiracy theory.  Number 9 as well, as most agree that gradualism is part of the program.  Whazzat you may ask.  It's like the metaphor of the frog in hot water.  Throw a frog in boiling water, he jumps out.  Throw him in cold gradually and gradually turn up the heat, he notices nothing and eventually boils to death.

In addition to the handy "every move you take" stalker element of the song, the group has acknowledged it was inspired by the constant surveillance described in 1984.  Songwriter and vocalist Eric Woolfson (Wolf's son?) was also an avid gambler and was fascinated by the surveillance cameras in the casinos he frequented; you know the type, I imagine, inverted smoked glass domes that hide the camera?  They call 'em an Eye in the sky....

Woolfson?  Parsons?  Widow's son?  Alan Parsons, Jack Parsons?  Gemini was a support project by NASA to get men to the moon....

Ah, games of chance where the house always wins, corralled into a dayless/nightless consumption machine, all watched over by machines of loving grace.  The casino is almost like the NWO engineer's wet dream.  A milking mechanism for money.

So, enjoy that song next time ya hear it.  I quite like it myself, but it'll never sound the same after this....


Don't think sorry's easily said
Don't try turning tables instead
You've taken lots of Chances before
But I ain't gonna give anymore
Don't ask me
That's how it goes
Cause part of me knows what you're thinkin'

Don't say words you're gonna regret
Don't let the fire rush to your head
I've heard the accusation before
And I ain't gonna take any more
Believe me
The sun in your Eyes
Made some of the lies worth believing

I am the eye in the sky
Looking at you
I can read your mind
I am the maker of rules
Dealing with fools
I can cheat you blind
And I don't need to see any more
To know that
I can read your mind, I can read your mind

Don't leave false illusions behind
Don't Cry cause I ain't changing my mind
So find another fool like before
Cause I ain't gonna live anymore believing
Some of the lies while all of the Signs are deceiving

Get yer cryptocracy on, muthafuggas.  I'm drunk, I'm stoned, I'm Irish.  Balls out balls to the wall; we got yer New World Odor, right here. Meh. Blah.  Unfold.


P.S.  The next day.  Forgive my drunken ending.  Thought it might be worth adding this photo of Alan Parsons from 2006.  Apparently, his fascination with the eye hasn't diminished over time.  Also, in 1978, his Egyptophilia shone through once more with an album entitled....Pyramid.

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