Rememberance Sunday Dismembered

I was astonished to hear that David Cameron found time to write a letter to FIFA about why the English football team should be allowed to wear red poppies at a time when, as they keep telling us, we’re on the eve of “economic Armegeddon”.

You’d think he had more pressing things to do!

So I asked my spirits about the significance of the red poppy and within the shamanic trance state, they gave me a blindingly vivid vision.

I was shown a vibrant red poppy on a brilliant blue sky and pristine fluffy white clouds (so the astral plains are obviously not plagued with chemtrails!)

Anyway, I was told that this image was imprinted on the subconscious minds of all of us, through subliminal means which are reinforced every Rememberance Sunday, and that the red opium poppy is not so much a symbol of rememberance of the fallen, but to keep us cowed and fearful in rememberance of the wrath of the Rothschilds and the Morgans et al, whose wars we all have to fight.

But the real dastardly trick is how they’ve got this subconscious motif to piggy-back on a much longer-lived custom, going back into history, of honouring the ancestors… and so it goes really deep.

I’ll explain further. First of all, here is the poem which gave the Psy-ops guys the idea:

In Flanders Fields

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

This poem, In Flanders Fields, was written by Canadian doctor Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae who was treating the wounded at the Front, and it became very popular after the First World War. But what McCrae describes is a kind of threat which rings deep into our archetypal subconscious. The threat is that our ancestors won’t rest in peace unless we ‘take up the quarrel with the foe’…. And so by remembering the fallen dead through the symbol of the red poppy, we are being programmed and reprogrammed, over and over again, into fighting the never-ending Opium Wars of the Morgans and the Rothschilds, now in Afghanistan.

Thus, I think this motif stuck deep in our race memories is due for some shamanic dismemberment.

That the powers-that-be use magical subliminal imagery to keep us in line may come as a surprise to some. They may not realise that the magician Aleister Crowley was covertly employed by the War Office during World War Two because they needed his occult knowledge to defeat Hitler who was also using the occult. Crowley is said to have come up with the V-sign for Churchill, because it’s based on an ancient Egyptian motif which is an archetypal image already embedded in our subconscious.

But why the red poppy? Well, I have a theory about that …

Through archaeological finds, we know that man has always honoured his dead and remembered his ancestors. This practice goes very deep with us. In fact, (and we find this worldwide during the Palaeolithic and Neolithic) a feature of the ritual of honouring the dead was the use of red hematite (otherwise known as red ochre). So the colour ‘red’ has long been associated with burial rites going back at least as far as the Neanderthals.

Hematite

At the early archaic human site of Atapuerca in Spain, there is evidence of the intentional storing of bones from at least 32 people in a cave chamber by as early as 300,000 years ago. This behavior suggests a belief that dead humans are not the same as other animals.

By 90,000 years ago, several Neandertal cave sites provide the first reasonably good evidence of intentional burial of their dead. They presumably buried relatives and friends in shallow graves dug into the soft midden soil of their living areas at the mouths of caves and rock shelters. Usually the bodies were flexed in a fetal position. Frequently, the bones were stained with hematite a rust-red iron ore.

It is likely that the bodies were either sprinkled with hematite powder or the powdered pigment was mixed with a viscous liquid medium, such as vegetable seed oil or animal fat, and painted on the bodies. In nearly half of the 33 known Neandertal burials, stone tools and/or animal bones were found in the graves.

Not all paleoanthropologists agree that these objects were intentionally placed there in funerary rites. If they were, however, it implies that the Neandertals were trying to prepare the dead for what was ahead of them. In the case of a burial in Shanidar Cave, Northern Iraq, there may have been even more elaborate ritual activity. Apparently, the body of a man was placed on pine boughs in the grave and flowers from 8 different species (including hyacinths, daisies, hollyhocks, and bachelor’s buttons) were sprinkled on top. It is difficult to account for such activity by Neandertals unless it is assumed that they believed in some sort of afterlife.

From: http://anthro.palomar.edu/homo2/mod_homo_3.htm

Lest we forget, the huge fortunes that the big banks are sitting on today were originally made out of trading in drugs, pure and simple. The British East India Company traded the opium grown from poppies in India with China. They deliberately created addiction to opium in the Chinese people ~ and now they are policing the opium trade in Afghanistan.

Opium Wars from Wikipedia

The Opium Wars, also known as the Anglo-Chinese Wars, divided into the First Opium War from 1839 to 1842 and the Second Opium War from 1856 to 1860, were the climax of disputes over trade and diplomatic relations between China under the Qing Dynasty and the British Empire.

After the inauguration of the Canton System in 1756, which restricted trade to one port and did not allow foreign entrance to China, the British East India Company faced a trade imbalance in favor of China and invested heavily in opium production to redress the balance.

British and United States merchants brought opium from the British East India Company’s factories in Patna and Benares, in the Bengal Presidency of British India, to the coast of China, where they sold it to Chinese smugglers who distributed the drug in defiance of Chinese laws. Aware both of the drain of silver and the growing numbers of addicts, the Dao Guang Emperor demanded action. Officials at the court who advocated legalization of the trade in order to tax it were defeated by those who advocated suppression.

In 1838, the Emperor sent Lin Zexu to Guangzhou where he quickly arrested Chinese opium dealers and summarily demanded that foreign firms turn over their stocks. When they refused, Lin stopped trade altogether and placed the foreign residents under virtual siege, eventually forcing the merchants to surrender their opium to be destroyed.

In response, the British government sent expeditionary forces from India which ravaged the Chinese coast and dictated the terms of settlement. The Treaty of Nanking not only opened the way for further opium trade, but ceded territory including Hong Kong, unilaterally fixed Chinese tariffs at a low rate, granted extraterritorial rights to foreigners in China which were not offered to Chinese abroad, a most favored nation clause, as well as diplomatic representation. When the court still refused to accept foreign ambassadors and obstructed the trade clauses of the treaties, disputes over the treatment of British merchants in Chinese ports and on the seas led to the Second Opium War and the Treaty of Tientsin.

Thus the red poppy (red, flower, opium) is the perfect symbol to piggy-bank on a much more rooted ancient custom which lies deep in our race memories, and this sleight-of-hand trick means we no longer have official times of honouring our ancestors per se, thus cutting us off from another source of self-empowerment.

In the Celtic tradition, the time of Samhain at the end of October was when the ancestors were traditionally remembered. Samhain was replaced by the Christians with All Hallows Eve or Halloween where the spirits of the dead ancestors became ghouls and demons, thus dumbing-down and distorting its original purpose. That left us with just Rememberance Sunday where we only honour the dead which we lost through wars fought for the global elite ~ and we make a subconscious promise, at the same time, to keep fighting the never-ending list of foes of the drug-dealing Wraths Childs, so that our ancestors can rest in peace.

What a low trick!



The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar

Shamanic sexual healing and sex magic

Shamans and high priestesses in Neolithic times were in touch with the spirits of the land, and so were able to transmit their wisdom to the king or pharaoh in sacred sex rites during his coronation night. These became known as the Sovereignty rites, because they fired up the king’s higher brain centres, giving him a superior intelligence and thus the ability and the right to reign.

Our ancestors have left us magical keys in their orally passed on myths which, like messages in a bottle, can help us find the way to spark up that wisdom again, in ourselves.

Ishtar Babilu Dingir is a shaman and mythologist who is regularly in communion with the spirits of the land. In The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar, she has laid out the way for the ordinary person to ignite their own route to Sovereignty through shamanic sexual practises and also by learning to communicate with the spirits of the land.

 

 

5 comments

  1. theviolethourmusings

    And then there is the Red Poppy flower essence “To help facilitate and strengthen one’s connection with one’s “inner guidance system”, the connection between the conscious aware mind and the all-knowing, infinitely wise, inner Self”.

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  2. Ramona

    As the Wizard of Oz said, “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!” Thus humanity continues to stumble blindly along. A courageous post, Ishtar! I’m grateful for your courage.

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