Poseidon: It is done. As we feared, King Acrisius of Argos has abandoned his daughter and her child to the sea. Zeus: And he will be punished. Cruel and ruthless crime! Blasphemy! How dare the tyrant pray to me to forgive his savage jealousy...and cowardly revenge!! Hera: Acrisius has always shown devotion to the gods of Olympus in the past. He has built magnificent temples and dedicated them to you, great Zeus, father of the gods. Zeus: Hundreds of good deeds cannot atone for one murder. Thousands of temples, or statues, or sanctuaries, whether dedicated to me, or to you, Hera, my wife, or to Thetis, lovely goddess of the sea, or to you, Athena, ever wise and full of care, or Aphrodite, the goddess of love, nothing can wipe out or forgive this...one contemptible act of blood! Hera: Does it matter? The death of a girl or her child? Zeus: Girl?! His daughter!! Hera: After a lifetime's respect and devotion... Zeus: Enough! I've decided. Acrisius must be punished...and his people with him. [to Poseidon] My lord Poseidon, I command you to raise the wind and the sea. DESTROY ARGOS!! And to make certain that not one temple stands, not one creature crawls, I command you to let loose the last of the titans. LET LOOSE THE KRAKEN!! The kingdom of Acrisius must be destroyed! Poseidon: As you command. Zeus: But...be certain no harm befalls Danae or her son. Bring them safe to some remote and peaceful shore. Go now, swiftly.
Clash of the Titans (1981)
RAISING THE WINDS
Remember at the beginning of the Green Phase, I said that they had to ''draw focus'' to the ''green'' before the ''de-greening'' could begin. If your eyes were elsewhere you'd have missed all that craft from the Destruction Team, you can't miss it if you had forgotten you had it in the first place. With Johnson's announcement of wind as the sole source of energy for homes by 2030, the same is happening now, your focus is being drawn to the air and the wind, before the ''de-yellowing'' begins in earnest. The air and wind themselves will ultimately prove entirely ''Qliphothic'' whether it be the airborne nature of Lilifluenza making our breathable air ''toxic'' - or hurricane/tornado activity like Hurricane Delta - and much much more to come. So whether you think this plan of Johnson's is a lot of hot air, or the future of a green revolution in the UK, is kind of incidental as they are going to destroy it anyway, the important thing is your focus.
On that note, for those of you following the ''spiritual'' activities over at the Perseus Protocols you might raise your eyebrows at this unveiling of a Medusa statue carrying the decapitated head of Perseus which is causing something of a rage in classical academia. What you should know, if you don't already, is that Algol, the Daemon Star is associated with both Lilith and Medusa and shines brightest around Halloween so this statue is being unveiled at this time to propitiate that spirit. Honestly they may as well have gone all in at this point and had a statue of Lilith carrying a decapitated head of Jesus. Art, eh?
At the beginning of 2020, I looked ahead over the movie trailer releases for the year and speculated that the inversion of heroes was going to be a key theme of our journey through the Qliphoth whether it be seeing the bad guys as the good guys or whether stories would play out from the antagonist's perspective as opposed to the protagonist. What is happening here is a manipulation of the hyperstitional, more crudely an attempt to re-write history - this statue chills me in the same way I felt the chills after watching Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. If ''Once Upon A Time'' was the only thing to survive the apocalypse then future beings would never realise that Sharon Tate was murdered and in so doing she never would have been... The statue seems reminiscent of Damien Hirst's Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable, which I had the fortune to see when it was in Venice. In this work a Mickey Mouse is found as part of a shipwreck encrusted with coral alongside various other popular totems and re-imagined classical works of art. As a gallery-goer it is thought provoking, from a 1984 perspective it could be New Truth.
Perfect courage amigos, perfect courage.
Let the stars be named after them forever. As long as man shall walk the Earth and search the night sky in wonder, they will remember the courage of Perseus forever. Even if we, the Gods are abandoned or forgotten the stars will never fade. Never. They will burn till the end of time.
Zeus (Laurence Olivier), Clash of the Titans, 1981