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Threat vs Promise: The 'Light' Operating in Chaos
The Mystic predecessors to the Q operation and how 'The Plan' bypasses God
My article (Banks, BRICS and a ‘Big Event’) from May 9, 2023 discussed the continued financial contagion and collapse of the petrodollar, a possible threat of a nuclear false flag, and looked at a theory about Trump currently being the ‘Commander in Chief’ aiding the military takeover of current systems in order to invert them to the new order of ‘light’.
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However, Q is not the progenitor of such grandiose plans, they are just the public face of disclosure. In today’s article, I’ll highlight a handful of examples predating the Q movement that point to The Great Inversion in the same way the Q phenomenon has.
What is paramount to understand about the concept of dark and light, when used by the ‘powers that be’, is that they are not exclusive concepts. There are no sides. It is a spectrum. From dark to light. They are the same thing, only varying in degree. They are inseparably linked to each other.
What is the axis that joins the two poles? Luciferianism and a mutual desire for worship. Both sides want control over humanity; the dark leaning more towards physical control, and the light leaning more towards spiritual control.
I Pet Goat II
Much of the content we see coming full circle recently was set up years earlier. One example of the plunge into chaos and the contrived order planned from it was the subject of the video, I Pet Goat II.
I Pet Goat II is an animated video that appeared on the internet July 3, 2012 by a user called ‘Heliofant’ with the simple description: “A story about the fire at the heart of suffering. The film takes a critical look at the events of the past decade that have shaped our world”.
‘Helio’ in Greek means ‘sun’.
‘Fant’ means ‘to show’ or ‘to reveal’.
Therefore, the name Lefebvre chose, Heliofont, means to “reveal the sun” or “sun revealer”.
In occult symbolism, the sun is synonymous with gold and enlightenment and represents the ultimate goal of 'the seeker’.
I Pet Goat II Full Video Here:
Over a decade ago, the type of occult imagery shown in that video was not yet overused. It was quite shocking, actually. This was when the rise of overtly dark occult symbolism exploded in movies and music videos.
What videos do you remember blatantly portraying occult symbolism around the 2010’s?
Louis Lefebvre, the creator of I Pet Goat II, went on the Alex Jones show to talk about his work, and said that the idea for the video came to him in a vision and even he didn't know the full meaning. The film apparently took 5 years to create.
Links to full interview:
The general summary of I Pet Goat II is a symbol-laden tale leading the viewer into chaos through the shattering of perceived reality following the financial crash of 2008, witnessing the chaos of an ‘underworld’ type setting spearheaded by a Mystic savior-figure riding a boat with Anubis at the bow.
Anubis is a symbolic character that ‘escorts people to the underworld’.
In this chaos, the dark-sided ploys are on full display; mind control, media tyranny, and oppression. At the same time, on the other side of the coin, is the polar opposite; the destruction of tradition and accepted ways, freedom from the work-slave system, new technology, freedom from the media overlords, culminating in the ‘awakening’ of the savior figure sailing off into a golden sunset, a ‘Golden Age’.
Creation and destruction are different aspects of the same process. A stone block only becomes a statue by the artist chipping away (destroying) the stone in order to make a piece of art (creation). As it’s destroyed, something new is being created. God is the only one who can truly create and He uses all things for His glory. But as for Lucifer and his army, they never truly create anything (such as a new utopian world), they merely change and rearrange that which is already there.
The two sides presented in I Pet Goat II, dark and light, are part of the same make-believe world, or the same story. This is because they are not separate things at all, dark or light, they are on a spectrum ‘from dark to light’. As things move from the tyranny and chaos of the dark and towards the hope and order of the light, it’s important to remember that the ‘powers that be’ operate off of a code of beliefs influenced by the mystical Jewish Kabbalah, Freemasonry, Egyptian Hermeticism, alchemy, and more.
They believe in introducing chaos to order, then creating order from that chaos. The point of that trick is to make it appear organic, and by getting more and more people involved, the more organic it seems. But there is always more than meets the eye.
Let’s take a look at one scene in particular from I Pet Goat II
In the video, this girl is sitting inside a golden circle. Notice that there’s a drop of paint to the right. It’s not a circle, it’s a golden Q. This was released in 2012, five years before the Q operation began. The symbolism in this one frame alone is staggering.
Behind the girl and her alters (alternate personalities), is a white rabbit. In the story of Alice in Wonderland, the white rabbit leads Alice down the rabbit hole, or takes her from the world she knew into an upside down world. In other words, taking her from order to chaos.
In the same way, Q played the role of the white rabbit for those who were unaware of the world’s harsh realities (such as the facts presented by Wikileaks years earlier) and caused many to question their previously held beliefs.
God can use anything to draw someone nearer to Him and begin the process of forsaking the world and one’s old ways, but the Q movement has operated on a strategic model that involves purposefully shattering foundational beliefs in traditional systems with the goal of rebuilding those worldviews according to its specifications. In other words, creating order from the artificially-induced chaos.
When presuppositions or long-held beliefs of the world are shifted dramatically, one falls into the surrounding chaos. But what creatures are lurking around in the depths of that chaos?
The Frog of Chaos
The links between Kek, Pepe, Trump and Q have been discussed in my video Ghosts in the Meme.
But in short, Pepe the Frog originally had nothing to do with the word, "kek". “Kek” came from the video game, World of Warcraft, which has two major political factions: the Horde and the Grand Alliance. If a Horde player typed "lol" in the chat, Alliance players would see it as "kek", to simulate the language barrier.
4chan adopted “kek" as an alternative to "lol" or laugh out loud. Pepe was also a popular meme by this point, but had no real connection to Kek yet.
October 13th, 2015
The chan boards were surprised that the Presidential candidate had used Pepe, one of their memes. Then they went one step further when they realized that their favorite phrase, ‘kek’ was also the name of the Egyptian frog god of chaos. As a result, the two memes were combined.
TourEgypt.net describes Kek: “As a god of the night, Kek was also related to the day - he was called the "bringer-in of the light". This seems to mean that he was responsible for the time of night that came just before sunrise. The god of the hours before day dawned over the land of Egypt. This was the twilight which gave birth to the sun”.
The frog ‘god’, Kek, is symbolic of being the ‘bringer-in of the light’, the time of the dawn. It shares the same symbolism as Lucifer as the ‘light bearer’.
May 10, 2017
Jordan Peterson, a Canadian psychologist with a PhD in clinical psychology from McGill University, an author, and media commentator, was on Joe Rogan’s show to discuss Pepe the frog and its significance to that of a story structure and how it represents the idea of chaos.
This interview between Peterson and Rogan took place 5 months before Q appeared.
I’m going to highlight some major points from the interview below as they help contextualize the abstract nature of these concepts because The ‘powers that be’ treat our objective world like that of a narrative world.
Watch the full video here
Peterson: “There are rules for operating in chaos. That’s when you’re in the belly of the beast. You're in the underworld, in chaos. The normal world of mankind is inside that dominance hierarchy where everything is going well, because nothing abnormal is happening. You’re getting what you need and want and your conscious knowledge suffices. But then something tilts and that structure no longer works.
So where do you end up? You end up in the underworld. That’s what happens when your partner of 20 years has a long-term affair and you find out about it. You thought you knew where you were but you didn’t. Now that you found out, you don’t know where you are.
When you don’t know where you are, you’re in the underworld. That’s where the unconscious forces are at play.
That’s why there are ‘gods’ in the underworld. People go to the underworld all the time. It’s chaos, fear, and depression, hopelessness and imaginativeness, it’s everything. It’s terrifying and promising because dragons have gold. The unknown has two things, just like the future, “look out it’ll do you in. And look out, it offers everything to you”. That’s the underworld.”
Peterson offers this graphic in a different presentation that depicts the ‘Dragon of Chaos’:
In this case, the dragon represents the state of chaos that originated with the novelty of the event that shifted one’s presumptions into that state of chaos. The novelty represents two separate options; that of ‘promise’ and that of ‘threat’. ‘Threat’ leads to ‘anxiety’, and ‘promise’ leads to ‘hope’.
This depiction of the Dragon of Chaos can also help illustrate the two sides of Lucifer’s kingdom. One side (the dark) represents threat and anxiety while the other (the light) represents promise and hope.
The Great Reset = the anxiety
The Great Awakening = the hope
Either way, it's the illusion of choice, as both exist at the same time, never truly separated from each other. The dark-side is never truly separate from the light-side; they are poles joined on a common axis. There is no meaningful differentiation between the two. It’s all from the same source. This is the same idea on display in I Pet Goat II.
If we follow that logic, then, that light is still part of the dark and vice versa. The ‘light’ world is taking place in the space where the ‘dark’ once stood, much like Kek, who represented both darkness and light at the same time.
Peterson continues explaining narrative and story structure in the context of archetypes.
Peterson: “That’s why the hero goes into the underworld to find a cave full of gold that’s guarded by a dragon (Hobbit, Beowulf). The underworld is chaos. Down there there is all sorts of play of possibility and the reason the frog was the guardian of chaos is because the frog is this thing that doesn’t fit into categories (including gender). It’s partly water, partly land. It's a tadpole yet an adult. It’s like a fish and then an animal. It’s things that don’t fit that blow apart the categories. That’s what the transexuals do to the category of gender, for example, and that puts you in this state of chaos and that's what we’re in now.”
Pepe the Frog and Kek represent this ‘archetypal depiction’ of being ‘between categories’.
“Partly known, and partly unknown.” as Peterson states in this video titled The Metaphysics of Pepe, “The frog is an emissary of chaos.”
The frog itself represents the time between darkness and light.
Kermit the frog is another example. He is the host and he transitions the viewer between different worlds. You have an act, then you have a transitional figure (Kermit), then you have another act.
This has interesting significance when applied to Q’s prominent figurative language about how ‘you are watching a movie’. Pepe the frog acted as that transitional figure from the chaos of threat and anxiety to the chaos of promise and hope. That hope is the ‘hopeium’ Q addicted many to with the promises of a bright new future with peace and justice for all.
The next part of Peterson’s interview drives home the point I’m trying to make about the light-world-order being diametrically opposed to the hope found in Jesus Christ. While Peterson is explaining these concepts in narrative-form, the Q operation is applying narrative ideas to the objective world and confusing many.
Peterson: “So what are the rules in operating in a state of chaos? The fundamental rule when operating in chaos is to tell the truth. It’s all you’ve got. As a shield and a weapon and that’s the guidepost, that’s the way through. You see that in hero’s stories all the time. It’s an allegiance to the truth, but the truth is a strange thing. Often the hero in a story has to assimilate their dark side before they're capable of telling the truth.”
The importance of conveying changes in the real world through the use of narrative and storytelling structure was discussed in my video Ghosts in the Meme which touches on how the powers-that-be stress things like esoteric philosophies and psychological exploitation in an attempt to influence reality by manipulating people and their thoughts.
According to John 8:32, Jesus is the truth we all should be looking for, but that’s not the truth the Q operation and the Light-world-order-at-large are looking for at all, they’re fighting for the illusion. In their version of the narrative, humanity is the hero that will emerge triumphant.
At the end of the interview between Peterson and Rogan, Peterson points to an inversion of current systems and a new structure moving forward. He ends the interview by saying “we’re in an unstable period of time at the moment in a transition period of some sort. I can’t put my finger on it but I know that’s partly why what I've been saying has been resonating with people.”
Watch the full video here
April 20th, 2017
Jordan Peterson wrote something on his Facebook page that echoes the themes anons have ascribed to Q: “Pepe is a biblical plague.”
Peterson typically speaks in metaphor and applies concepts to reality, but the Q movement take things like this very literally. How would Peterson have known Pepe would essentially go on to become a memetic (biblical, as in, mass-scale) plague back in 2017 six months before Q ever showed up on the boards? The reality is that the planned ‘solution’ to the ‘problem’ has been in the works for quite some time. This is not to say Peterson has any idea what the plan is, the point is, rather, that the narrative structure used by ‘the powers that be’ has become so obvious that it’s picked up on by many.
The ‘between categories’ of chaos is the ‘reaction’ phase of the problem/reaction/solution dialectic. When all of this is viewed from a narrative/story structure, it begins to appear predictable.
Jordan Peterson recently took a stand against The Great Reset (the dark world order) by presenting what he called “an alternative vision of the future” in his video called “An Invitation to the Future”.
What he explains in this video is also the underpinning ethos of the Q operation; the view of the Bible being just another archetypal story to riff off of, rather than the solid truth itself.
Peterson states, “It’s pretty clear that we have to live inside of a story. One story is ‘power rules everything’. That’s not a very good story. It’s a very pathological story...I believe the spirit of voluntary play governs everything, not the spirit of power. It’s like a voluntary association. That’s what we’re doing in this conversation. We’re playing towards an end and we’re doing it voluntarily and taking everyone along for the ride. No one is forced to do it. No compulsion. It’s got to be invitational.”
He then goes on to explain that Exodus is “the archetypal narrative of progression from tyranny and chaos into the future.”
He’s using Exodus as an example of a hierarchical structure of responsibility as proper governance. He calls it ‘ordered freedom’. It’s essentially presented as a blueprint humans can follow to govern themselves as opposed to the story of Exodus being a prophetic part of God’s overall plan.
In essence, Peterson condenses Bible stories to universal lessons. The reason I bring him up is because it is the same way the Q movement reduces Christianity to a useful movement to achieve a goal. Bible stories are used in order to convey a message, not because they are seen as absolute truth. Q diagnoses the world’s illness rightly (tyranny), but the cure they prescribe falls flat because it begins and ends with humanity. Humanity cannot save itself.
The next and final installment of this series will take a look at one more example of how humanity plans to save itself from tyranny, much the same way the Q plan has outlined. I’ll also include my final thoughts on the matter.
Thank you for reading,
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