You Are Being Initiated Addendum: So, this "OA" thing...



The London Eye, part of the Millennium festivities 


So this "OA" thing seems to have some kind of significance apart from the Netflix series. The key here is the dominance of the O form, indicating it's the primary element. The anarchy symbol, the Avengers logo and the Alpha-Omega symbol all center on the A element. There's a possibility OA is a reversal of Alpha-Omega, which may have some ritual significance.

 My eagle-eyed readers contributed some examples here and on the FB group and I find a few as well. Special thanks to Reader Deb and Reader Randolf.











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Logo for the Aerospace corporation


Seal of the former German Democratic Republic

The British Communist Party logo



24 comments:

  1. Look closer; Alpha and Omega. Beginning and End. Both Greek and paleo Hebrew Phoenician forms.

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    1. Cinimod_ofCarthach4:40 AM, August 01, 2017

      He refuses to touch it. This was mentioned in the last thread as well and said he thinks it's more freemasonry... as if the masons didn't like using biblical symbolism.

      They're (souled out masons, satanists, thelemites all of them) bringing about the world king. It's a mockery of what is. Man being the highest order etc...

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  2. You've convinced me to give watching 'The OA' another try, but I have so much to watch now with the actor/writer Sam SHEPARD just passing away a few days ago.
    So many of his movies I haven't watched yet and some I want to view again.
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001731/
    That Shepard boy was more than just an actor.
    He had the right stuff I think;-)

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  3. Siren's wail,

    (Wail: 1300-50; Middle English weile (v. and noun), perhaps derivative of Old English weilā(wei) well-away; compare Old English wǣlan to torment, Old Norse wǣla to wail)

    & on that note of beguilment:

    http://thequietus.com/articles/22917-elizabeth-grant-john-fraser-cocteau-twins-blue-bell-knoll-albert-hall

    '"I thought 'I'm going to try and learn this off by heart, this is going to be my teacher, this is where my education's gonna come from,' thinking that one day I'll get to the bottom of it," said Fraser. "I never did. There were parts of songs where I'd draw blank, it's just so alien… what a thing to aspire to."' (The 'Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares' referred to is an extraordinary collection of Song, but as to wha/whomst the Singers in turn learn from ?).

    (Wiki states: 'Some time before 1799, the first siren was invented by the Scottish natural philosopher (physicist) John Robison. Robison's sirens were used as musical instruments; specifically, they powered some of the pipes in an organ'

    The Scottish connection once again, but as to such devices being termed 'siren' wiki goes on to state: '...De la Tour's siren could produce sound under water, suggesting a link with the sirens of Greek mythology; hence the name of the instrument.')

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    Towards & into are suggested by the o/a symbol, the emphasis on (potential) initiation, so as to gain
    whatever prize(s) may be on offer (at least from the aspirant onlooker), perhaps makes us all mere neophytes for having borne witness to it, and as those Spaceliens love to tell us 'Humanity has great potential' (Rodenberry's Law?, The United Federation of Planets logo, another o/a of sorts (handily echoing the UN flag), has a distinctly odd appearance in the original Wrath of Khan, the laterly laurel wreathian details in this instance resemble more the gawping maw of mandibles or some This Island Earth-esque alien claw closing round the already target-dissection of known (and therefore human(ised)) space).

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    The Linkin Park logo resembles a knot/bow in the process of being tangled/tied, within an interrupted Ouroboros, perhaps it's a 4-d object rendered 2-d, or something more akin to a Penrose Triangle, or should that be Oscar Reutersvärd triangle?

    30th July Bennington's widow is reported to have said:

    "One week ago, I lost my soul mate and my children lost their hero - their Daddy... We had a fairytale life and now it has turned into some sick Shakespearean tragedy."

    (C'est la Hollywood?)

    whilst

    http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/07/this-big-hole-in-the-sun-is-not-a-good-thing/

    states: 'AR2665 has a lot of things to worry about. It was discovered by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory between July 5-11, 2017, and, in a cautious statement from NASA, “seems to be growing rather quickly.” While that in itself is not unusual, the sun is in the “solar minimum” period of its 11-year cycle, which means there should be very little, if any, sunspot activity at all. AR2665 shouldn’t be happening nor should the smaller sunspots in its “group.” What’s worse, its core is the size of the Earth – the planet the sunspot is now facing … and threatening.'

    So in the days leading up to Bennington's death a black hole sun, that could possibly have taken us out of our cyberpunked age, shone directly at Earth.

    Staying in the pop-cullt-star realm, Katy Perry, after having been scrying with, 'picking the brains of' as the article states, Buzz Aldrin & Neil deGrasse Tyson, of all people, in preparation for her hosting of this year's MTV VMA's notified humanity thusly:

    '"This August, History will be eclipsed" ..."Introducing your MOONWOMAN. Brace for impact! August 27th'

    Does Katy Perry know something we don't, or is she a facet of a means through which this something may gain (further) invocation and manifestation?

    KTV

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    1. 'Towards and into' got me thinking about the rotation of a torus, then ana and kata. Hints of a path or motion to another dimension?

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    2. August 27 is the date of the MTV Music Awards, and their moonman award was changed to be a 'moon person' this year. That is what Katy Perry was hinting at.

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  4. I really don't know how you missed the anarchy symbol in your collection. And the peace symbol isn't far. Especially the Paris peace symbol.

    And the logo of the Levellers band is close to perfect.

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  5. Found this entry on wikipedia regarding anarchist symbolism:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchist_symbolism

    Quote:

    "The Circle-A is almost certainly the best-known present-day symbol for anarchy. It is a monogram that consists of the capital letter "A" surrounded by the capital letter "O". The letter "A" is derived from the first letter of "anarchy" or "anarchism" in most European languages and is the same in both Latin and Cyrillic scripts. The "O" stands for order. Together they stand for "society seeks order in anarchy" (French: la société cherche l'ordre dans l'anarchie), a phrase written by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon in his 1840 book What Is Property?"

    &:

    "As noted above, the circle-A long predates the anarcho-punk movement, which was part of the punk rock movement of the late 1970s. However, the punk movement helped spread the circle-A symbol more widely, and helped raise awareness of it among non-anarchists. This process began with the use of anarchist imagery when members of the band Crass become aware of the symbol while traveling through France. With time, the symbol — and "anarchy" as a vague synonym for rebelliousness — were incorporated into common punk imagery. This led to gradual appearances in mainstream culture over the course of several years, at times far removed from its political origin (described by Situationists as "recuperation"). These appearances typically connected it with anarchy and were intended as Sensationalist marketing ploys, playing off of mainstream association of anarchy with civil disorder."

    But more to the point, Proudhon's notion of "society seeks order in anarchy" sounds rather similar to "ordo ab chao" or "order out of chaos", which of course comes to us courtesy of Scottish Rite Freemasonry:

    http://freemasoninformation.com/2016/10/ordo-ab-chao-symbols-and-symbolism/

    The Scottish Rite Freemasons freely admit Proudhon was initiated in 1849, btw:

    http://www.themasonictrowel.com/Articles/History/other_files/timelines.htm

    & that timeline of theirs is rather interesting, to say the least! Something is coming to fruition, this much is certain.



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    1. The world isn't libertarian-minded enough to fully embrace a philosophy of "from anarchy, order," and the reverse logic, "from order, anarchy" is the basis of permanent war and the run-away profits and expansion of private defense contractors and all types of intelligence organizations (whether the logic is conscious or not).

      If Tom Delonge is right about governments still aligning with gods like in the days of the ancient pagan pantheons, then the big question (regardless of whether they actually exist) is what is being given to them?

      For thousands of years they were offered sacrifices, often blood sacrifices, and even after Rome outlawed human sacrifice in 97 BCE, cults survived that offered people to Jupiter and Diana for some 300 years afterwards.

      Religions don't die, they carry on, in smaller numbers, while nobody is looking.

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  6. What is the red chevron in the NASA logo supposed to represent?

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    1. "Aeronautical wings". (And also a stylized constellation Andromeda). Wikipedia entry.

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  7. the evening after reading your previous OA article, i happened to watch Stargate on Netflix, which of course also includes the pyramid/sun OA symbol as the glyph which represents earth. just thought i'd share that interesting synchronicity

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  8. The bridge mark of the bridge house estates is one of the earliest logos in continuous use and is very similar to the OA.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridge_House_Estates

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  9. The OA, (or AO even), may represent the union of yoni & lingam; abstracted representation of sexual intercourse used as a kind of fertility blessing or charm.

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  10. Eagle-eyed as always, Chris. Great stuff.

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  11. The symbol AA is Ouroboros and the Triangle. Of course you already or should already know the symbol for The Emblem of the Theosophical Society the same ole snake but with the Key of Solomon VA or the star of David...so OVA or the egg beginning of life or a Internet Rabbit hole...

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  12. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/1/17/The_East_2013_film_poster.jpg

    Check out that OA on the poster for 2013 film The East starring our Marling.

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  13. Another Masonic OA are the first two initials of the oft-cited credo "Ordo Ab Chao." Not to mention the not-quite-an-A of the OA logo could be seen as two pillars (Jachin & Boaz) collapsing toward one another, but not quite touching. After all, ya gotta keep em' separated.

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  14. The Michael Jordan logo could be seen as a variation of OA. As well as those spinny fidget things kids is fidgeting with these days. Especially when they're spinning them

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  15. One thing struck me when watching the OA show is that no one, to my recollection, makes an explanation of what "Original Angel" has to do with the show itself or Marlin's character. Did I miss something?

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  16. Not that I believe in coincedence any longer. But the /\ spotted by infrared night vision camera...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHRLHPyrlSQ

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  17. Max Spiers was talkink about A O in his last interview

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  18. With Big Ben stopping on the same day as the Great American Eclipse - symbolically the stopping of time itself if you're imaginatively inclined - it kinda makes me wonder what the OA London Eye has to say about all that. Lol. But hey, my city's always been kinda weird. :)

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  19. Might interest you to know the UK had a big electical power cut that day.

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