Olympics Closing Ceremony Symbols and Anais Nin

People are reaching this blog today via lots of search engine terms related to Illuminati symbols in the Olympics Closing Ceremony. As suggested way back before the Olympics began, I did not view any portion of either ceremony or any of the sporting events. I don’t have tell-LIE-vision, so I would have needed to expend effort to do so, but the real reason is because I knew both ceremonies and all the advertising would be filled with a bunch of toxic mind control junk.

Yes, I have extensively studied symbols, so they likely wouldn’t have had as strong an effect on me as most; however, I’m as picky about what goes into my subconscious as I am about what goes into my body. If I won’t eat toxic, genetically engineered food, then why would I watch toxic, psychologically engineered mind control? I know the subconscious mind creates life. Do I really want to let someone else program what I create?

Nonetheless, I did run across this summary of Closing Ceremony “highlights” on Rumor Mill News. Gee, so sorry I missed this! 😉

* Batman & Robin emerging from an ‘exploding’ vehicle.
* Headlines from “newsprint” on the runways that make up the Union Jack stage included:
~”To Be or Not To Be”
~”Look Back in Anger”
~”The Rest Is Silence”
“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”
“This is the way the world ends”…

Also I noticed words on some of the members of Stomps’ “newsprint” costumes included:
“Death” and “Illness”

I also glimpsed another headline that included the word “Martian”.

How about the bowing of the olympic cauldron to the Horus Illuminati owl and the extinguishing of all the nations torches while a band sang “We rule the world”.

Thus ends the summary. My comment on all of it?

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ~Anais Nin

That day has come.

Seriously, humanity, it’s time to blossom. Show us whatcha got:

The Life of flowers (Жизнь цветов) from VOROBYOFF PRODUCTION on Vimeo.

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Eileen on August 13, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    Fabulous – thanks


  2. Posted by laurabruno on August 13, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    You’re welcome. Thanks for the repost. 🙂


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