Kthulhu är den äldsta och starkaste mörka alien som besökt jorden. Han ser ut som en jättebläckfisk och bor i Stilla Havet. Han har många dyrkare bland människor, som t.ex. författaren H.P. Lovecraft, som gör ritualer för att hämta honom ur vattnet och bland oss. Många tror att han kommer att besätta Antikrists kropp. Ritualerna sägs på hans språk.
Sect of the Horned God: H.P. Lovecraft & the Cult of Cthulhu
This is my response video to Thomas LeRoy, founder of the Horned God Sect. Basically, I'm telling Thomas what the Cult of Cthulhu, Satanism, and Lovecraft's Mythos is all about, at least, from my perspective. To each his own.
Life is an illusion... the great illusion. What was Lovecraft's thoughts on Buddhism? Anyone? Don't be swept up by the bullshit. Don't take another man's model of the universe as absolute truth. The matrix isn't real.
BTW, did this vid in one take (both parts) because I have a life outside of internet Satanism and Lovecraftian fandom. "Aesthetic considerations" was the phrase I was hunting for. Oops.
Evidence of the despair code surfaced just this month. They want you to think that it does not exist.
First, there is the theory, that it has to do with the author H. P. Lovecraft. Lovecraft wrote about the Old Ones, evil beings or evil gods who inhabited the Earth as physical creatures, before the evolution of man, some of whom some still exist in lairs underground. Next to these beings, which pre-date the bible, and whose names are known to men, the demons of Christianity pale in comparison. Satan is like a cartoon character next to the festering malfeasance of Cthulhu.
According to this theory, the Old Ones exert their influence over certain human artists, who introduce the despair code into their work, unaware of its source, and oblivious of its effect.
When the icons of Lovecraft are internalized, one source claims, the victim experiences extreme anxiety, followed by depression, and psychosis.
Then, there is the programming theory. There is a document online, with instructions for programming human beings, using hypnosis. In this work is given a number which, when implanted in a subject's subconscious, will cause the subject to despair.
Next, there is the U.S. miltary theory, which holds that the despair code is used to identify a chemical gas for use on the battlefield, whose effects are not poisonous, but psychological in nature. It deprives the enemy of his sense of purpose. High-brow medical officers call it, "Nietsche's Air", because Nietsche wrote that life is meaningless. Test subjects exposed to the gas entered a deep state of depression within seconds, unable to summon the will to speak. Some cried, quietly. One attempted to cut his wrists with a bayonet.
"Blue Horizon" was the name of the only military operation in which Nietsche's Air was used in combat by U.S. forces, during the Gulf War. The target was one company of the Iraqi Republican Guard. Those that did not commit suicide, turned on their brothers, in a melee of friendly fire, fighting among themselves. The result was so gruesome, and the brass so worried about the press, that the gas was not used again.
Finally, there is the governmental theory. The government is using the despair code to keep the population under stress. To keep the people from learning that we are still in an economic depression, and to funnel more money and more power to those that already have both.
Nå er Kthulhu død og hans ånd sitter i lyset. Det skjedde i et av den astrale Armageddons slag, 19.4.17. Han var på over 350 meter lang, så ut som en blekksprut og hans sjelenivå var omtrent -250. De olympiske gudene måtte bruke spesielle verktøyer for å drepe ham. Han samarbeidet med NWO.
The Necronomicon real Truth behind the HP Lovecraft legend - Cthulhu film - HR Giger - Al Azif movie
13. júl. 2017
The Necronomicon mentioned by H.P. Lovecraft is more than an account of Cthulhu and a source of creepy art by H.R. Giger. The Necronomicon "book of the dead" is an ancient manual of spells and incantations which was rediscovered in the 1920's. Certain details of the text were published by Lovecraft, though he was but one of several authors of the time who mention the cursed book in their works. In reality the Necronomicon was composed in the year 735 by Abdul Alhazred, who was also known as the "Mad Arab".
The lost city of Babylon was discovered by modern man in the 17th century by the Italian adventurer Pietro Della Valle. It was also found one thousand years earlier by the "Mad Arab". Abdul Alhazred was a seeker of forbidden knowledge. He probed the Egyptian tunnels beneath the ruins of Memphis before the collapse of the passages buried their secret contents, as represented here by the artwork of Giger. For ten years he lived as a hermit in that part of the Arabian desert where the sand rings like a bell, attracting the unwary with its song before swallowing the victim whole. There he explored the empty streets of the "City of Pillars" mentioned in the Koran. After its inhabitants were annihilated by God, the city remained standing.
The original title of the Necronomicon was "Al Azif". "Azif" was the Arab word used for the sound of insects in the night which the superstitious believed to be the whispering of demons. Alhazred spent his final years in Damascus where he wrote "Al Azif". He died in the middle of a crowded marketplace in front of a hundred witnesses. Seized by an invisible force, he was torn by it, limb from limb. Alhazred was known for treating the religion of Islam with indifference. He worshipped an entity unknown at the time, which he called Cthulhu.
The original text has been lost but in 950 A.D. a rare copy fell into the hands of Theodorus Philetas of Constantinople. He translated it into Greek and gave it another name... the Necronomicon, which translates as "the book of the laws for the dead".
When the Bubonic Plague swept through Copenhagen, unlike other physicians of Middle Ages, Olaus Wormius remained in the city to minister to the sick. Dr. Wormius was also a student of antiquity and he translated the Necronomicon into Latin. The last copy of the Greek version is believed to have perished in Salem Massachussetts, the same year in which the famous witch trials were held. The private library that held it was burned to the ground.
The Latin translation was immediately banned by Pope Gregory IX. Of the Latin volumes that still exist, single copies are held under lock and key by the British Museum, the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, the Widener Library at Harvard and the library of the University of Buenos Aires. Other copies of the Latin version are held privately. Microsoft magnate Bill Gates is rumored to possess one of them. The Necronomicon is suppressed by governments and organized religions. Merely reading it is said to lead to dire consequences, misfortune and madness. But because of insitutional suppression of the work we have few details of its contents, nor is there any photograph of its appearance.
H.P. Lovecraft was often asked about Cthulhu and the Necronomicon. He did not believe it was the product of human imagination. He must have been one of the anonymous owners of the terrible book, keeping it secret lest he attract the attention of the authorities. He described it as voluminous, having more than 750 pages, bound in leather and secured by metal clasps.
Lovecraft quotes a chilling passage directly from the pages of the Necronomicon. "The hands of the Old Ones are at your throats, yet you do not see them. Their habitat exists on a different plane, but occupies the same space as your guarded threshold. Man rules now where they once ruled, soon they shall dominate where man dominates now."
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