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➡ Paranoid American, a unique comic publisher, has been exploring the world’s mysteries since 2012. They delve into topics like mind control, secret societies, and hidden symbols in pop culture. The podcast features various guests and discussions about comics, music, and other topics. The recent episode includes a discussion about the WNBA and the importance of understanding different ciphers in decoding hidden meanings.
➡ The text discusses the complexity and variety of ciphers, which are codes for transforming text. It emphasizes the importance of understanding different ciphers, as many are similar but have different names. The text also explores the connection between numerology, the study of numbers’ significance, and various cultural and religious elements. Lastly, it highlights the importance of perspective in understanding these systems and their applications.
➡ The text discusses the concept of demons and angels, suggesting they could exist in our everyday devices like computers and phones. It argues that these entities are not bound by our physical limitations and are more a reflection of our own thoughts and fears. The text also suggests that these entities don’t have personal biases like humans do. It ends with a metaphor, comparing life to a Mario game where everything can be a power-up if we choose to see it that way.
➡ Hillel Keanu, a digital librarian, counselor, and consultant, offers a vast collection of over 40,000 books, including rare and out-of-print titles, through a subscription service on Telegram. He also provides readings and consultations at affordable rates, aiming to make knowledge accessible rather than profiting excessively. He appreciates his growing follower base and encourages open communication. He also mentions an artist named Slick, who creates intricate collages and has a unique approach to explaining complex concepts like the Enneagram, tarot, and gematria. Lastly, he promotes a comic about Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo space missions available at
➡ The text discusses the significance of numbers, particularly 369, in understanding the universe, as quoted by Nikola Tesla. It explores the speaker’s personal connection to these numbers and their significance in various aspects of life, including birth dates and geographical locations. The text also delves into the concept of vector math, the enneagram, and the idea of breaking out of the infinite loop of normality. Lastly, it touches on the influence of different mathematical bases on our understanding of patterns and the potential impact of changing these bases.
➡ The text discusses the importance of storyboarding in creating entertainment content, such as comics, games, and animations. It also explores how visual elements like color and perspective can influence audience engagement and interpretation. The text further delves into how companies use eye-tracking technology to understand viewer focus and adjust their content accordingly. Lastly, it discusses how cultural differences can affect the interpretation of colors and the need for creators to consider these differences in their work.
➡ The text discusses the marketing strategies of the Sheets gas station chain, focusing on their unique advertising and symbolism. It suggests that Sheets uses specific symbols and language to attract customers and create a lifestyle brand, not just a gas station. The text also delves into the idea of hidden messages in logos, like in the Wendy’s logo, and the power of sensory experiences in places like churches. The authors believe that understanding these strategies can provide a broader perspective on how media influences us.
➡ The speaker discusses their journey from studying to be a pastor to questioning religious teachings. They highlight the importance of studying and understanding religious texts, like the Bible, and how they often contain hidden meanings related to astrology and numerology. They also discuss the influence of religion on different communities and the importance of questioning religious dogma.
➡ The text discusses the deep symbolism and connections found in religious texts and comic books. It suggests that understanding these works requires a broad perspective and willingness to see connections rather than separations. The author also compares Marvel and DC comics, arguing that Marvel’s characters are more relatable due to their flaws. The text encourages readers to approach information with an open mind, like trying different cuisines, to gain a fuller understanding.
➡ The text discusses the complexities of comic book characters, comparing them to human beings with superpowers that often add to their problems. It highlights characters like Batman, Iron Man, and Black Panther, who despite their wealth and power, are deeply traumatized individuals. The text also delves into the symbolism and numerology in comic books, and draws parallels with religious figures and beliefs. Lastly, it touches on the influence of the 5% Nation and supreme mathematics in popular culture, particularly in the music of Wu Tang Clan.
➡ The text discusses the symbolism in various movies and comics, including the Alien series, Megamind, and Frankenstein. It also talks about the influence of comic books on learning and vocabulary enhancement. The speaker mentions several comic series like Trans Metropolitan, Sandman, and Red Room, highlighting their unique themes and storylines. The text ends with a mention of a comic series called Secret Mystery School, which explores themes of enlightenment and psychedelics.
➡ The speaker discusses a comic book series that explores philosophical concepts through the adventures of its characters. The characters meet famous philosophers like Aristotle and Socrates, and learn about different philosophies. The speaker also discusses the challenges of creating such a complex narrative in a comic book format. The conversation then shifts to a discussion about various conspiracy theories, including the belief in Bigfoot and the concept of a flat Earth.


Good evening, listeners, brave navigators of the enigmatic and the concealed. Have you ever felt the pull of the unanswered, the allure of the mysteries that shroud our existence? For more than a decade, a unique comic publisher has dared to dive into these mysteries, unafraid of the secrets they might uncover. This audacious entity is paranoid American. Welcome to the mystifying universe of the paranoid american podcast. Launched in the year 2012, Paranoid American has been on a mission to decipher the encrypted secrets of our world. From the unnerving enigma of mkultra mind control, to the clandestine assemblies of secret societies, from the awe inspiring frontiers of forbidden technology, to the arcane patterns of occult symbols in our very own pop culture, they have committed to unveiling the concealed realities that lie just beneath the surface.

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So strap yourselves in, broaden your horizons, steel yourselves for a voyage into the enigmatic heart of the paranoid american podcast, where each story, every image, every revelation brings us one step closer to the elusive truth. Hey, down here. We’re back to the old format and I wanted to introduce. We got a new guest that I just found out is already running in some of the same circles. But shout out to my cherie for recommending me to connect with Konami codes. So here’s Konami codes on the show, and we were already pregaming a little bit, and I already know that we’re going to have a lot of interesting stuff to talk about, comics and gematria and music and all sorts of things.

But let me let a konami codes introduce himself first and then we’ll get into it. Love, peace and power. Thank you so much for the invite. It is truly an honor to be on your platform. Special love and shout out to Sherry for the alley the connect. Wonderful. I’m honored to be here. How you doing? I’m doing good, man. I’m doing good. And, yeah, shout out to my cherie for the alley oop. And we were talking. Ani Usaru, apparently, is another acquaintance. So, like, you’re already in good company, and I’m excited to talk a little bit more to you, mainly because I hadn’t heard of you until my cherie pointed it out, and I was looking through your content, and I was just seeing video games and music and comic books and gematria, and I was like, all right, I’m sold already.

So here we are, talking about it. And honestly, since you said alley oop, I usually don’t talk about anything, like, current event related, maybe to my detriment. But I wanted to know if you’ve got any take at all on the WNBA recently, and, like, the Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark and whatever else is going on, and, like, all the new attention that they’re getting, do you got any thoughts on that at all? It is very, very interesting, but for me, it’s very telling. You know, the WNBA has been around now for close to 30 years. 25 years, you know? No, 25 years already.

I’m not. I’m not sure. You know, I remember Rebecca Lobo, you know, and some of the beginning iconic players, but I know it’s been at least 1996. So right now, that makes this almost the 30th season when we’re the 28th season since 96. That’s wild. I don’t even know what was that. I thought it was, like, ten years old. Anyways, go on, Mandy. But that’s. That’s. That’s because we don’t pay attention to it. Like, this is. This is really a testament, because nothing you could do could force us to pay attention. And we gotta. We gotta really question that as a collective at some point, because why is it so easy to watch men run around, you know what I’m saying? In these baggy uniforms and these tight uniforms and not the women, you know what I mean? Like, that’s.

That’s just questionable now. Um, you know, I don’t want to say too much, you know, say, but, um, the WNBA right now, they found a way to make it work and to make it click, and it’s. It’s also about your. Your scope of vision. So, you know, they’re never going to take the NBA and put that on Disney plus. The WNBA is on Disney plus. I didn’t know that. That’s interesting. You see what I mean? Like, they’re there. Their placement is. Is becoming more strategic, but their behavior. And, you know, if we look at the numbers of the players, you know, like, I forget the woman who had the flagrant file against, I think, Caitlin Clark, where she knocked her down.

Yeah. I can’t even pronounce. It’s like, yeah, it’s another cC, which I think might add to that animosity because now they’re fighting over their initials, too. Exactly. But see, this is. That’s. That’s the kind, that’s the level of awareness you really have to have if we’re really going to get into decoding these things. Because it’s not just these supposedly powers that should not be, that are behind the scenes pulling these strings, but it’s spiritual first. You know, spirit doesn’t care about color or gender or vessel or ideology or none of that shit. It cares about being seen and being understood.

And that just takes a little bit of work and dedication. Some things are always going to be blatant, but it’s the subtle things that we really want to pay attention to. The alphanumerics or the gematria, when you see certain. I’m trying. I’m trying to think of an example. Everybody’s familiar with the Wire tv show, you better stop what you’re doing now and put a bookmark in this and go and watch at least seasons one through four, which is, I think, the whole show most. Well, it’s funny you say that season five was the final season. That’s actually my favorite, because it brought everything together, but it showed you everything through the lens of a newspaper.

Now, imagine if it did that throughout the entire series. That was. That was very, very strategic. You have instances where, if we’re familiar with the number 42, for example, 42 in relation to Gematria is like the n word, right? But we know on the flip side of that, if we look at things like the Hitchhiker’s guide to the guide to the universe, 42 is the answer to everything. And we know that there’s 42 kabbalistic paths, all right, on the sephirotic tree. So what are we really talking about here? We have to invert. So they’ll show you that through characters like Jackie Robinson.

They’ll show you that in certain characters in the wire who wear this jersey and wear this number and then get killed, right. And they’ll be a name like Mondo Mart, right? And both M’s, of course, are capitalized. But if you turn those M’s 90 degrees to the right, you get 33. So they’re telling you who’s doing what. But if you don’t recognize this language, if you don’t speak it. You don’t speak it. You know, you got to get somebody to interpret, and you have to trust. Website that I’ve been working on with Ani and Tommy. Truthful.

It’s called a cult decode. And, like, when you say, for example, the number 42. So if I go in here and put 42, and I’m wondering, do you work with any specific ciphers in particular? Because there. Because I’ve been learning about all the ins and outs of Gematria for maybe the last year at best, and I still am just barely scratching the surface. And one of the things that throws me off the most is just the number of different ciphers and the fact that some people make their own custom ciphers. And I’m not sure, like, is there a certain one that you should be, like, backing all the time or sticking with, or is it.

Is it arbitrary? Okay. First and foremost, I gotta say, I absolutely love what y’all are doing. Bravo. You know, I will stand up and clap. It’s so important to understand the different ciphers and what they represent. First and foremost, every so called secret society has its own cipher. So if we look at, for example, the order of jesters, one of the. One of the wickedest, right? We look at the order of the Roticrushans. We look at the knights of the golden circle, any denomination of Freemasonry. They all have their own cipher. I cannot stress that enough.

You have the four base ciphers, like Zachary Hubbard tends to focus on. Right. And that’s cool. But the issue with that is it’s going to keep you at base level, and, you know, and everything will be about the Jesuits, which to a large degree, arguably, it may be, but it’s about more than that. So you really want to have a broad knowledge of all the ciphers that are available to you. You guys are doing that brilliantly. An example of what you were talking about is, like, the Fibonacci cipher, for example, that is a more recent invention.

Pay attention to these people who create these ciphers, also, because nine times out of ten, they already existed. And I’m not trying to throw shade on nobody. You know what I’m saying? They already existed under a different name in a different system. I’ve seen that one a lot. Because since I started running this. Right. And this is open for suggestions if anyone ever wants, like, a new feature, a new cipher. And the number one request I get are to add new ciphers. And most of the time, it’s. It’s a little bit difficult, because usually someone would just give me the name of the cipher and looking it up, you might find like three or four variations where the letters and the numbers don’t exactly match.

And then at certain points I’ve realized after hours of work, like, wait a minute, this is just english kabbalah by some different names. Someone was like, you know, the triple bubble, pythagorean, they almost sound like marijuana strains at a certain point. Exactly. And it just adds confusion. And I always wondered, was that just somebody trying to like, trademark someone else’s cipher and like take credit or. I don’t understand why there’s so many ciphers with different names that are literally the exact same numbers. Is, it’s a little bit of both. But I want you to think about something.

Collectively, the majority of the world, especially here in the western hemisphere, they hate mathematic. I hated math for the longest time, man. Well, well, to a large degree, that’s because this aspect of the occult, of the esoteric understanding, understandings of mathematics, has been, has been removed. You would love algebra if you understood that it was about finding the formula, right? And ie, finding the cipher. Trigonometry is about finding an angle. Calculus is about finding a certain calculation, right? Certain trajectories. We’re only talking about ciphers. We’re talking about different systems. For the same number you can get to five via five, via 14, via 23 in different ways, but it’s different frequencies, but it’s the same base.

So what are we really talking about here? We’re only talking about perspective. My personal favorite cipher is the sumerian cipher. It’s one of the oldest and it gives some of the more, the more powerful terminologies and frequencies and outcomes verbiages. But when you go to, for example, they have it labeled as English. So now being offenders, to be honest, you see what I mean? You’re gonna, you’re going to be confused. But this, again, this is on purpose. This points to the, to the, the fact of how powerful the science is. The more you study. And I can’t, I can’t stress, you know, I really can’t stress enough.

You want to have a broad understanding because it’s very easy to get lost in chowdian. Chowdean, for example, goes up to eight, right? We know that that layout is completely different. They revered the number nine. So must that they didn’t recognize it. Some people take that as disrespect. Some people take it as reverence. You know, that it’s really all based on perspective. When you get to pythagorean, we’re back to nine. But how things change, when you realize that the number of man is six, you understand that Sumerian has a little bit more power, especially reverse. The a is six, b is twelve, c is 18, all the way up to z, which is 156.

When I first really learned the science about 16 years ago, I blew my own mind. You know, I’ve had many experiences with psychics and mediums, and when you. When you. When you know the energy, you know it. But I had a interaction with my teacher, and he asked me my name. My name is kind of unique. It’s Kenya. My father had a obsession with Superman, and our tribe is the Kikuyu of Kenya. Superman’s real name is Kal El. So he took Kikuyu and Kal El and got Kielel Keanu. That is my given birth name. It’s not no made up nothing.

You were born into comic books, essentially. Most definitely. Most definitely. Spider man is Spider man ties into that as well. In my culture, because my name would be Wednesday born. Akua is like Anansi, the spider God, the original trickster God. This is where we get, like, iterations of Loki and different, different tricksters. Even Zeus has been a trickster, changing this form to do certain things to different people. In numerology, there’s a book, the Complete Magician’s tablets by Stephen Skinner, that gives you a wonderful concordance that shows you how numerology and gods across pantheons stay the same.

So you can talk about a God in the greek pantheon, you can talk about a God in the kemetic or the egyptian pantheon, and you can see how they’re actually the same on a certain frequency. So again, it’s all about perspective, because it’s the same story with a different. With different names. The numerology is so specific, we can, we don’t necessarily have to worry about the interpretation of the mythology that one’s. That’s kind of wild, the way that you explain that, because, first of all, also shout out to the Joseph Campbell here with a thousand faces and the power of myth and all those series, which also has that exact same premise, that all these different gods are the same God, just kind of, like, repeated through different cultures and reused.

But there’s also some really wild gematria numerology behind the names of, like, I think it’s like Jesus and Apollo and Dionysus and a few others, that even if you break the numbers down out of the words, like, they start lining up as well, which like, I don’t know. I’ve got a kind of a rule, right, that after you see two or three things, at least to me, everyone’s got different numbers, but to me, two or three, I’m still in, like, coincidence field. You know what I mean? Some people see two things that are similar, and they’re like, oh, my God, it’s all connected.

Like, right away. Like, I got to see, like, three or four, like, maybe seven or more. And then I’ll be like, all right, there’s definitely something to this. And when it comes to breaking down the gematria of the names of gods and the way that they correlate in very refined precision, like, all the way to, like, parables on the mount, to, like, all their ancient stories in different languages, and all the key phrases will add up to the same numbers, which is, like, the one thing that really got me into gematria more than just a passive hobby.

Like, it’s not Sudoku to me, right? There’s, like, something more to it. Is. Is so powerful is the way I do my readings. I’ll get your information after this, and I’ll give you a reading for free, because you’ll get to see for yourself in your grimoire how your frequencies are either dominant or dormant. Right. So what does that mean? That means, like, if you look at. Okay, we’ll go back to the sumerian cipher. If you look at Jesus, Jesus equals 444. Lucifer equals 444. Mahomet equals 444. Messiah equals 444. Right? And it goes on and on and on.

Like, you keep, like, hold on. Wait a minute. There’s a pattern here. You see? So when you look at this frequency, it’s not just. In other words, it’s not just about Jay Z. You know, Jay Z had an album called 444, which was, like, his. His. His true step into was passable for consciousness as far as rap goes. Right? Here’s another feature I just added. I just put in 444 and check sumerian here, and then it’ll give me all the different results just out of what people have searched for. And look what else is there. Abraxas is 444.

That’s not. Aztecs is four. Four. Yeah. There’s so many Bigfoot. Wow. Bigfoot’s 444. So Bigfoot is numerologically equivalent to Jesus and Lucifer and Muhammad and Messiah. And so was Bob Barker. Oh, yeah, he is. Now, you see above that, where you had bird box. Bird Box was one of those movies that came out on Netflix on, like, a Friday with no promotion blew up over the weekend. This is a few years ago. I remember that. Like, you can begin to understand why, when you look at the company, it keeps in the frequency. That’s how that works.

So, case in point, I’ll use myself as an example. My name, Kiel, comes to 396. 396 is equal to Sandman is equal to. How do you. How do you spell it properly? K I l e. L l e. There we go. I was missing an l in there. All right, so we’ve got Sandman, you got Ruby, right? Now, anybody who’s familiar with the Sandman knows that the ruby is one of his weapons, right? It’s one of his tools. So do the writers. Well, the real question is, do we want to give the writers credit, or do we want to recognize the frequency speaking for itself? It’s just about us to know.

So, you know, Nikola Tesla is quoted as saying, you know, if you understood the secrets of 369, you understand the powers of the universe. Yeah, well, that’s vector math, right? Indeed. Well, I have a. And I’m not trying. I’m not bigging myself up. It’s just what I am. I have a propensity for mathematics because my birthday is 1220. 419. 80. Well, if you break that down, that’s actually 369. My name itself is 3396, and it goes even further than that. I’m from Detroit, which is on the 42nd parallel. You can round that off to seven because it’s 4.26 enneagram.

It doesn’t stop. Along with 1111, bring a bridge. My initials are KK, which actually takes me back to key in both of my names. It goes back to a sumerian goddess. So, you know, their relationships don’t stop. You don’t want to pigeon. Pigeonhole yourself in one dynamic or one dimension when you are powerful in all of them. So when we say that this is a reflection of you, that’s. That’s exactly what it is. Gematria and numerology are the top science to really showcase that. I’m actually glad that you said the word pigeonhole, because that’s. That’s what I’ve always called this 369 vector math diagram when I’ve seen it.

Just because Tesla was obsessed with pigeons, and this was his sort of claim, the fame was his 369, but he was the. And for anyone that’s. That’s watching, or if you’re listening, I’ll try to describe it. But basically, if you take a circle and you put numbers from one to nine around the circumference of that circle clockwise, and then you just connect all the numbers to each other. So if you start at one, one can connect to two, which connects to four, and it kind of, like, bounces around in this very predictable shape. But three, six, and nine are on their own path that are, like, not on the same path as every other number.

And I think that this was sort of the concept of, like, breaking out of this infinite loop, which literally looks like an infinity symbol, right? If you were to, like, round the edges on this thing. So that turns into, just, like, this infinite loop. But 369, among its many different interpretations, it kind of, like, stands outside of the constant loop of just, like, normality. I guess. It’s really hard to describe, but this is one of the aspects of why he said 369 was so important. This is one of those things is this little vector math graph.

So I always found this really interesting. Indeed. Shout out to slick dissonant. This is the enneagram. This specifically. But if you want to begin to try to understand, like, for example, like, vortex. More mathematics. Think about the oral boroughs, right? Oral boroughs. The serpent swallowing its own tail. That is representative of the zero. The zero is not a placeholder. It is. It is the divine portal. Portal that gives birth to all numbers, one through nine. Five is the heart, right in the center. Ten is the divine masculine and the divine feminine. And the divine feminine. Everything after that is a repeat.

So if you think about the Orals boroughs and you think about the enneagram you were just looking at. Think about these scales on a snake, right? So that would be a grouping of scales. Now multiply that. Kind of like a flower of life grid. And now you. Now you have a universe. This is what Terrence Howard was sort of, kind of trying to say, and I’m not trying to validate any of that bullshit at all. You know, I’m saying the majority of what he was talking about was bullshit, but what he’s actually. What he was trying to say was that, like, we’re talking about the oral.

Orals worlds, is the idea of what we call time, which only exists here. So, I got a question for you on all this specifically, because I was raised to hate math, and I do blame the Jesuits, because, to be fair, the Jesuits did control education and information for God knows how long, like, thousands of years plus, relatively, versus any other form of education that we’ve got. Like, they’ve kind of shaped it in the western world. So I kind of partly blame them for me hating math, although maybe it was just my math teachers that I grew up in.

But one of the questions that I got when it comes to flower of life, vector math, with the three, six, nine, gematria and all these different numbers, a lot of this is premise on almost a base ten system, at least vector math is this represents base ten, whereas maybe Fibonacci and some of these other ciphers don’t exactly represent base ten the same way that Sumerian would almost be like base eight, because every time you get to eight, you start back over at one again, and septenary would be base seven and Sumerian would be base six. So that’s one aspect of math that I never got to even know about until I got into software engineering, where you have to learn about like, hexadecimal and stuff, which are like base 16 and other, you know, different sort of languages use different bases.

So growing up, only known about base ten. But if you know about Gematra, you know about all these different, these different ones. So when it comes to vector math though, like, does all this break down and all these patterns and all the numbers that you see and everything? Like, what if humanity was running on base twelve, right? Like, what if we had six fingers and six toes? So now everything is going to be divisible by twelves instead of tens or sixes instead of fives. Like, would that, in your mind, does do all the patterns and everything else stay cohesive? Or does it change how everything communicates with each other just on how, like, we’re interpreting it? Does that make sense, the way I’m asking that? Yeah, no, perfect sense.

It does both. It does both. It changes and stays the same in much like we do. You know, when someone’s watching you, you tend to feel it, especially if you, you know, you really have spirit and soul. You know, you can, you can feel that energy, you can feel that attention on YouTube. And we see the same thing in machines. So, you know, if we look at, you know, the beginnings of artificial intelligence, or what they call artificial intelligence, you’ll see experiments where they had computers talking to each other, you know, based on their very, very limited programming, and then they would create their own algorithms and begin talking to each other in a language only they could understand.

Well, children do this, specifically, twins do this, right? Twins and triplets and siblings. So we’re talking about the exact same phenomenon in different medium, the way that you just. That was such a perfect analogy because, like, I’ll give one example that might be a little bit more technical than it needs to be, but in the current iteration of AI image generation. Out of all the different types of AI generation, which all work in different ways, but in image generation, you’ve got this concept of a variable encoder. So when you train a certain model and it spits out an image, it doesn’t just spit the image out automatically, it spits it out.

In this garbled mess. You can make it out, but it’s encoded in a way. You have to know almost what the cipher is to decode what that mess is. It looks like a really blocky jPeg. If you want to generate a car, you get a really weird blocky car when the colors aren’t right and there’s seams on it. But if you know what, to decode it with a cipher, then it basically converts that blocky version into a high, pristine digital version of it. And the weird thing is that if you have different models that were all trained off that one base model, they can all share the same VAE that does that decoding.

So even if you’ve got all these permutations, that one generates cartoons and one generates realistic images and stuff, as long as they all share that same, like, family tree, you could say, then they all can kind of like speak the same language in a way and decode this thing. So, like, the analogy for twins and AI learning how to talk amongst themselves is like a part like twin language. It’s such a perfect analogy for AI. Well, thank you. It is. Well, you know, you see it. You see it in, what is that movie? Free guy. You see it in free guy with, what is his name? He’s dead.

Yeah, right. You see it in that. You also see it. Basically, he’s like an NPC, I believe, is the premise of that whole movie. Right, exactly. Exactly. And because it’s a comedy, it tends to make fun of the science and the jewels that it actually drops, but it drops a lot. There’s another one called animated movie from a few years ago. I think it was wreck it Ralph. Oh, yeah. Record Ralph drops some similar information, some similar jewels. Very, very dope. But it’s, you know, it’s math and it’s programming. Now, anybody who’s familiar with 3d printing will also know about this.

And of course, anybody who makes any of their own programs or video games, even comic books to a, to a large degree. Because one thing about entertainment, it all starts out with storyboards. So everybody is a bit of a comic artist when it comes to entertainment, whether they realize it or not. So going with the storyboard analogy, or I use storyboards for almost everything, because I do games and comics and animations. And the whole reason that I even got into doing comics was because when I first started out, I wanted to, you know, I had, like, my eyes in the sky, you know, my eyes on the prize, and had no idea what actually went into generating some of the content.

I was just like, I want to make a, you know, four hour animated movie, or I want to make, like, a, like a 20 minutes animated series. And then you realize that no matter what you want to do, if it’s a comic book, a game, an animation, you, they all need a storyboard. And in my mind, the comic book was almost just, like, really detailed storyboard, but it could still be used. Like, the storyboard could be used to make a movie the same way that a comic can be used to make a movie. And for that reason, there are lots of comics that lend themselves very well to going in the movies, because, like, a comic book itself is a very detailed storyboard.

Most definitely. Most definitely. I’ve looked at your work just a little bit. I love it. I can’t wait to get it hunted to really dive into it. Storyboarding is ultimately about perspective. It’s about what you want to show, what you want to display, and where you want the focus to be. So if we, we’re trained as viewers, as readers, to pay attention to the foreground, the artist, you know, essentially is paying more attention to the background, right. Because it’s about how it’s almost like. It’s almost like a target. I know you’re going to be drawn here, but now I want you to expand.

So, you know, in these four by four panels, you can do so much. Look at the idea of reading manga versus reading comic books, going from left to right and right to left, how that affects the eye. You know, when it comes to media, you have this whole idea where they’ve, they’ve tracked the human eye when it watches a movie so we can see what people focus on and why. That was huge. So, so my time at Disney, one of the biggest things that they were very, uh, like, thrilled about was that if you go to, like, one of the kiosks they’ve got after you get off a ride or, like, when you’re waiting in line or whatever, like a little quick, little interactive thing, all those things are loaded up with little cameras specifically to do little heat maps.

So that tracks exactly where your eyes looking at. And it just takes a record of, like, at this time, you know, 5 seconds in, they’re looking here, 6 seconds in. They’re looking here, and they just record the coordinates of where your eyes are looking on this big screen for however long your interaction is. So by the time you walk away, they generate, like, a visual heat map that shows you, like, the red areas for where they stared the most, all the way to a gradient of green where they stared the least. And then it has a whole thing of, like, 80% of the time they were looking at this area.

And that’s what they used to determine. Okay, take that big link that said, buy a new happy, or, like, a McDonald’s. Like a Mickey McDonald’s happy meal from, like, their on store thing. If they weren’t looking at enough, they’d raise it up a little bit and then see if it was in the red and keep raising it and moving around the page until people’s irises would show the heat map was actually working on whatever advertising they’re trying to push. Indeed, indeed. It’s the same. See, color, frequency, sound, frequency are essentially the same thing. It’s just about one being free flowing and one being stationary.

So when you look at restaurants, for example, they do the same thing with color. You know, red means get it and go where, you know, a nice restaurant is going to have more. More earthy tones. So. So time doesn’t matter. You see, that’s why it’s called fast food. I mean, it’s the same with entertainment. Entertainment. You have certain colors that are going to draw you instantly. These. These emotional color wheels are kind of helpful, although they tend to be cultural specific. Like, for example, red in China is different than red in the US in some instances.

But I think that there’s also something that would probably tie all different cultures together. Like, I don’t. Maybe it’s because I’m a fish in water, and I only know that blue’s always been, like, a calming, serene color. Right? Like, I’ve never known blue ever to be something that, like, invigorates rage, because red is the color of blood. So just, you know, seeing red, it’s almost like, you know, like, the concept goes so much deeper than culture. Like reduced meaning blood, meaning anger or agitation or just adrenaline in general. Whereas blue is like, is what happens when, you know, you chill out or you get colder or you even die.

So it almost seems that this very nature of being on the color wheel in opposition, almost, or basically like a triad, that the colors relation to our moods almost correlates the same way that the enneagram wheel does, right? Like, yeah, there’s nine numbers, but it might not be incredibly arbitrary, the same way that the colors don’t have to be arbitrary. Well, color is a perfect example of what you were, you were talking about earlier in terms of how things change but remain the same. Right. If we look at red, for example, the current connotation is going to be anger, is going to be root chakra.

It’s going to be aggression. You know, things of that nature, as opposed to thousands of thousands of years ago when it meant beauty because it was attached to birth. Now women are still having, having children, right? And most women, not all, but most women would tell, you know, it was the most beautiful, beautiful experience they’ve ever had, and, and blood is the last thing they were thinking about. But connotation has changed. You know, views on birth, views on children, views on relationships. You know, where we’re at war if we look at the media, right? So, you know, it’s only really the perspective that changes.

But the thing in question is it hasn’t changed at all. So blue is peaceful, is serenity. It’s the color of water. It’s the color of the sky. It’s the color of the firmament, the waters above the firmament. Right. But blue is also known as the color of deception. So, you know, is how, how we choose to see something is so important, you know? And, but this is also why study is so important. Now, you, as an artist, know this better than most because you have to understand, well, what, this is what, this is what I mean, in America.

But how are people reading this comment going to view it in Japan? How are you going to view it over here? Because over here, this means this. You know what I mean? So do we have to go so far as to have a warning or editors note? You know what? That’s just based on perspective. How courteous do you want to be? You know, do you care about, you know, saying, how much do, how much do we care about interpretation? How much do we truly want to know? Do we want to know or do we want to believe? You know, and we can’t really mix those two people who are on the fence.

I can deal with. I’m not trying to convince anybody, because once you, once you get into any kind of study, the study speaks for itself. You know, you don’t have to try to convince or, you know, point out this fact. It just is what it is. But people get emotionally attached to some of these tenets. You know, they become cultural, they become religious. How much do you think of that as planned? Like, do you think that there’s like. Like, McDonald’s corporate is getting together, and they’re like, we need to keep red the hunger color. You know what I mean? We can’t let it go to blue because then, I don’t know, like, somebody, like, we can’t let it go to green because then Perkins starts to win out.

Or do you think that they just study and they notice, oh, people get hungry when they see red. So let’s make red our color. Is it both? Is it like, one or the other is. I would say both. Corporations like McDonald’s hire some of the best corporate artists and the cultures in the game, and you will never know about it because they’ll have ten and 15 year contracts before they’re allowed to go to burger King or allowed to go to sheets, like, anybody familiar with the sheets. Gas station chain, for example. We’ll see that they’re some.

We have it here in the south. I saw their building one in Detroit, where I’m from, just a couple weeks ago. This is what it is. E sheets with a z, I think so. This is wild. It’s almost like this. The sprite of the nineties commercials were like, they’re going after, like, a sheets demo, I guess. Well, I’ve never heard of this before. This I’ve never heard of. Is this the one that we’re talking about? S h e e t z? Yep, that’s it. Look at. Look at the hands. Oh, sorry. I thought I was sharing my screen.

Dude, I don’t know if you’ve seen this before. Look at the hand sign on the home page of sheets. This is exactly. And you see that sign in the background, that MTO. You see what I mean? Like, they. They know how to advertise, you know? And then you got to look at the building. You see it’s all just straight brick. You know, their. Their symbolism is. Is crazy. And sheets is like. It’s like the club we got here, too. You got the 93. And then the first three you see to the right of that is this three up here.

Indeed. You know, like, they. They know how to bring you into frequent. I mean, just. Just look at what she’s wearing. Mm hmm. You know, I mean, in the red is strategically placed throughout the. Throughout the entire ad. And that gets into a whole nother science. But this. This is how they tell. They tell on themselves. I mean, my God, look at that neck. That’s serious. They don’t. They’ve expanded wildly in the last ten years. You know, I was a truck driver about ten years ago, and they have. They have moved in a way that is completely occult? You know, they’re telling you that they know how to keep your attention.

And these are. These. These same people because the. The consulting agent for sheets was at McDonald’s 15 years prior. So you can. You can. You can see how it. You know, how it expands. You just kind of have to know where nowhere to look. Yeah, that’s why it looks like it’s. It’s specifically in central Pa only right now. So as they’re expanding, like, they’re on the ground floor of expanding outside of this one little region, I guess. Indeed, that northeast corridor is a lot of money, especially up I 95. That’s wild, man. I never heard of him before.

I can’t even believe that we. The first thing I popped up was her doing, like, the horn signs in the front. And, like I was saying, like, it seems like they’re. They’re not just selling gas. Like, they’re selling a lifestyle, which is weird for a gas station to sell a lifestyle, you know what I mean? Indeed. And then, you know, look at their sticker, dude. Right? You see what I’m saying? Look at their. Their symbology, but look at how. How they’re speaking to you. You know, they’re. They’re speaking in slanguage. What does that say before keeping.

Keeping something. Keeping. Keep it moving. Keeping you moving. Look. Look how they spell it. Now. Now, what does that come to? You see what I mean? Like, they’re doing that for a reason. Why? You know, on the surface, it seems, like always cool to speak in my language, but numerically, that comes up to something specific. Well, keeping you moving, for example. And were we doing Chaldean? And what was the other one that you liked a lot? Sumerian. Yes, sir. So you got 63 and 1164, but just by putting the G’s in there. Yeah. You got 69 and 1248.

So, without going through all the different comparison, but it actually does make a very material difference between the spelling based on what other phrases that it might match up with. So, like the. Without the G’s, you’ve got a whole bunch of matches for just 63. So, I mean, we won’t go through all of them, but there’s a bunch of them. Exactly. You see? But, see, that’s. That’s where the homework comes in. You know? That’s. That’s where you. Where you really have to be about your study just a little bit. You be. You’d be amazed what you see in a movie title.

You’d be amazed what you see in the episode name. You’d be amazed what you see in anything that is shown to you through mass media. It’s all there for a reason. It’s programming that’s been laid out for a very long time. And just to throw on a little bit of this extra. But, like, even in their who, like, like, their mission statement, what it’s. What’s the sheets? This is at the very top of their about us page, saying, our magic power is giving you when you want it. When you want it. And then it’s even unbeatable convenience that’s always with a Z served with a smile.

So, like, they’re definitely doubling down on all this. This concept. Right. And what they’re really doing is they’re playing more into, um, an older trope. Here’s the actual sheets with a z. Right. Like, if you remember, um, rite aid. Right. But it’s not. Rig ht is r I t e, which is like a. Right, right. You know, they don’t spell anything correctly, and they haven’t done that for a long time. But now there, you see more of that in one place. More in that one affiliate. More of that in one. One brand. Like you see here.

I think they call them Og Bob sheets. So I assume that’s the guy in the middle is Og. Right. Well, another one would be Wendy’s. I forget his name. The guy, the owner? Thomas. Dave Thomas. Dave Thomas. If you look at the Wendy’s logo, you’ll see that it has the word mom hidden in it. Right. And he was an orphan, I believe, which is some of the. The explanation behind why that. Had that in there. Let me see if I can find one. I think. I can’t remember exactly where it was. I think it was in her bonnet.

Oh, yeah. It’s right here. Mm hmm. So it’s like her. Her frilly little. Like the neck of. Of the logo. Right. You see, like, they. They know how to draw certain attention. And the issue is, you know, to collectively, we don’t, you know, the more people get into, you know, decoding of any nature, you know, I don’t care what you decode. You’ll be. You’ll have a more universal perspective, and it’s needed, especially for where we’re going. This is the year the dragon. So we’re talking about a lot of karma and a lot of looping. You know, it’s either about evolution or it’s about going back to the same, but we’re going to.

To a more defined aspect of that next year with the year at the snake. We’re talking about Kundalini. So an example of energy for anybody who’s familiar with church, Pentecostal, Methodist, Southern Baptist, any church where you catch the Holy Ghost, so to speak. You’ve got three different aspects of people. You got people who want to be seen, right? Some people who just, oh, thank you, Jesus. And they fall out because they got a new outfit on and they want to run around the church. Look at me. Look at me. I’m talking to the angels. Exactly. Then you have the genuine people who, because of music and, you know, their own perspective, they really tap into their own kundalini and they have a blockage removed, right.

Because they’re in the church, because they’re not really dealing with, you know, the true esoteric knowledge there that that experience becomes religified because they don’t take it further. So now that feeling was so energetic and so, dare I say, empowering. Now it becomes a religious experience that only happens in church. You don’t bring it outside with you. This is one of my favorite tangents right here, because in NLP terminology, this will be considered like anchoring somebody. And if you think back on, like, all, like, old, old churches, right before american even existed, like an old european church, this will be a place that you would go to and you would see colors that you would never see anywhere else because they had the stained glass windows that would project light in these weird ways that you just wouldn’t ever see in your normal daily life.

You’d smell things that you would never smell like you’re not getting. You’re just not walking across frankincense and myrrh just like, haphazardly. You know what I mean? Like all these different sights and smells and sounds and the way that it would reverberate in these cathedrals, right. All of those things does exactly what you’re talking about, where you go here, and your senses are overwhelmed with color and smells and experience, and you only go through that particular feeling while you’re at church. And over time, you attribute all of those sensations to just the church. Like, oh, the church is providing these colors and smells and sounds, and they’re really, they’re just kind of like, taking credit for it and then building it so that you keep coming back.

And you, you almost attribute them to the power of just creating color in general, as opposed to, like, they just had really nice windows, you know? Exactly. Exactly. We don’t. They are essentially playing off of our own ignorance. And, of course, taking the credit for you coming online so again, this is. This is why study is so important, because all of this is in the Bible. You know what I’m saying? But you got a preferred version? I went to. I went to school to be a pastor from the age of four up until about 16, when I walked away from it, because I got tired of getting in trouble for asking certain questions.

What denomination are we talking to? I didn’t care. It was. I’m from Detroit, so. Well, you know, it doesn’t matter whether you go to school to be a pastor. Don’t. I don’t know anything about going to seminary school. Don’t you have to, like, pick a major? Like, I’m gonna be a Pentecost, or I’m gonna, you know, be Catholic or Protestant, whatever? Or do you just learn theology in general and you can decide what avenue you want to go with? My majors were biblical mythology or in eschatology, which is like the study of end time events. Shout out to rest, rise and power to brother panic.

He would say, end time spiritual events. What does that mean exactly? Just like modern events. So that’s, to a large degree, what many of us do now, I would say, yourself included, when we have the time to actually look into current events and see how it lines up, what it’s trying to reveal and why, what it goes back to. When you look at techniques like the long count, where we can see there’s a certain amount of days in between this birth and this death or this event and this false flag or this sports event and this political disaster, all of these things are connected through one big web.

That would be eschatology. But using the long count, you can see, okay, for example, you have certain days where more people are going to die a month, right? Certain. Certain numbers where that will be pushed. And then if it happens to fall on a certain day, like a Thursday or a Sunday, it’ll automatically popcorn. Because we’re talking about expansion, especially Thursday. Jupiter is about expansion, right? The biggest. The biggest so called planet or energy source. You can see this wherever you look. So in terms of religion, you gotta understand that these sciences are non existent. You know, you have double talk to the degree of Moses and Jesus have the exact same story, right? The exact same story.

Their births are foretold by astrologers, right, to King Herod and to a pharaoh who’s unnamed. In the same breath, they’ll tell you not to practice Sioux saying, numerology, astrology, or any of these occult practices. But they show you in terms of its most important people or characters that this is a to the letter science, and it works. So what are we supposed to believe here? Because you’re not allowed to question when it comes to the dogma, when it comes to the science, when it comes to the religion, you’ll be outcasted, or the proper term is excommunicated.

When you look at religion and who it was put on through different denominations, for example, so called blacks or African Americans, we didn’t get Catholicism. So I went to, I went to catholic school. I went to private school the majority of my life until I was 16 and I started playing football. I went to public school. But Catholicism was largely put on the so called latin community. Right. And we can see the behavior modifications. Now we know when we go into the history of the papal bulls and how if you were to the east or west of, to a certain degree, you had to speak Portuguese or Spanish.

Right. That didn’t come over here. We got what we call Christianity. So whether it was baptism or Baptist or Methodist or Pentecost, it’s all essentially the same thing. Yeah, it’s a good point. And I’m definitely not a theologian, but like the Lutheran Bible, for example, right. Martin Luther, his big thing was converting the Bible into the language of the common people. Right? He put it in German, I think, and then from German, now all of a sudden people can start translating it into the other languages where you didn’t have to know, like the mother language that was kind of isolated to the Bible for the longest period of time.

Well, see, that’s, that’s, that’s a whole other conversation because. And that’s going to play into it, too. I’ve. And currently I would probably say today’s King James version, because that’s the one that most people are familiar with. And I’m the kind of teacher, I like to meet people where they are. So, you know, if that’s what, you know, cool, we’ll make that work and then we can expand to other things. But I love the Coptic Bible, one of the one, arguably the oldest, one of the oldest versions. The issue you’re going to have is when you deal with language, you know, none of this was, there was no John in the so called Middle east.

There was no j. You know, for 500 years ago, we’re talking about Yachine, you know, there was no Jesus Jehovah, you know, none of that Jehoshaphat. So we’re losing frequency. We’re losing. We’re dealing with a derivative, so we want to go back through language. Here’s a perfect example, if you and I use this with christians all the time, if you really know your Bible, you will recognize a word called Mazaroth. Right? Mazaroth is purposely left, left untranslated because it means zodiac. Now, we should be symbol literate enough to be able to look at the twelve tribes of Israel or the twelve sons or the twelve disciples and see certain repeats and be able to connect the dots.

But because religion isn’t supposed to be questioned, dogma isn’t supposed to be questions. We still have a lot of these, you know, programming about what these things represent, and it’s taken so literal. I didn’t know about this. Even the wiki says the precise meaning is uncertain, but it’s the context of astronomical constellations, and they show a freaking zodiac right next to it. If you look at the. I can’t remember offhand, I’m sorry, the verse. And the book says right here, there’s a book of job that says, can you bind the chains of the Pleiades or loose the bands of Orion, lead forth the Mazaroth in their season, or guide the bear with their sons.

It’s all, you know, astrological constellation talk. Oh, most definitely. And there’s tons more. There’s a. There’s a. There’s a verse specifically where it describes all the twelve sons of Jacob who became Israel, or ya’aqoob. And it’s a perfect description of all of the houses of the Zodiac. When Christ says, you know, I go to prepare a way, you know, in my father’s house, there are many mansions. If it was. If it wasn’t so, I wouldn’t say, like, he’s talking about the houses of the zodiac. Depending upon which. Which system of astrology used. The sun enters a new house in the zodiac at a degree of 30, and when it leaves, it leaves at a degree of 33.

Well, didn’t Jesus start his ministry at 30 and he was put to death at the age of 33? So, like, you know, this science is being displayed throughout the entirety of the Bible, the Bible itself, the helios Biblios, or the sun book. We’re talking about the journey of the son or the journey of the soul. So we’re talking about reincarnation after reincarnation. When you look at the first page of the New Testament, you’re talking about the genealogy, the generations going from Adam to Jesus. Are we talking about book of numbers? Well, no. Well, the book of numbers gives you that in a different way.

You get a replay similar to what you get in chronicles one and two, where the previous stories are being retold again. And you’ll come across. You’ll come across certain issues. Like the first time you see or you hear about Satan in the Bible is a recount. There’s a story where David is commanded by God to do a census. All the men, all the soldiers, all the cattle. But then when the story is retold, it was Satan who ordered the census. Not many people catch that. And again, if your priest or your pastor isn’t talking about it, you ain’t supposed to bring it up in the form of question.

Well, in that particular example, is that a mistranslation? Is that like encoded knowledge? Like, what. What is the purpose of having the name be Jesus and then change the God and then change the satan afterwards? Well, you actually see that happen a few times in the Bible, is telling you the truth. Ultimately, we’re talking about polarities. You know, if we look at, there’s a very famous stella, a relief in Egypt. You see it used more and more every day where you see Horus or Heru, and he’s got another head, the head of Sethe, his uncle behind him.

It’s like he’s got two. Two heads, and he’s. This is where we get. Get the behind me, Satan. We’re talking about the self and we’re talking about the shadow. So if you look at the Old Testament, I want to say Isaiah is Isaiah or Ezekiel. Forgive me, oh, Lucifer, son of the morning, how thou art fallen. Right. By the time you get to revelation 20 216 is saying, jesus is the bright and powerful and bright and powerful morning star. Well, we know already because we study that 444 bring gives you Lucifer and Jesus. We’re talking about the same person.

The Bible’s telling you the exact same thing. And just to throw it out there, it’s Isaiah, 14, 12, 13. But you’ve got four, right? Three plus one is a four, and then the two plus one, and the remaining one is a four. So you’ve also kind of got the four four four right here, just in the passage number of Isaiah. You see what I mean? Like, you can’t. You can’t get away from, like they, you know, they knew what they were doing into a large degree. When you look at, okay, for example, the Catholic Bible. The Catholic Bible has, I think, 80 books, right, as opposed to the king James.

They had 66. Bell and the dragon. And certain books were left in. And then you have the apocrypha, the Nakamoti text, the gnostic text, the Book of Enoch, for example, to which the majority of the Bible was actually copied from, that has much, much more of the truth. But you have to study it all. You have to study it all because you’ll notice the differences in the Book of Jubilees. You notice the differences in the Book of Jasher. You notice the comparisons. When we look at the King James version, you’ve got twelve disciples aside from Judas, who was killed and then replaced, but you only have four gospels.

Well, a year has twelve months and four seasons, right? Like, they’re doing certain things to correspond, to actually keep this world going. Harp isn’t so much about controlling the weather as it is about giving you an idea that the weather is still normal and under normal circumstances. You know, but that’s, that’s a whole other story. So it’s, again, it’s about how we choose to see things or how we’re being led to see things because there’s a reason behind that. I mean, that it sounds overwhelming to read all the iterations of the Bible, because also when you get into the nitty gritty of the logical conclusion of this line of thinking, then it’s like, okay, let me learn how to read in Latin.

Let me learn how to read in Greek. Let me learn how to read and even ancient Hebrew. Let me start putting all those pieces together. It almost seems like even if you started when you were eight, there’s not enough hours in the days and the years in a lifetime in order to do all of that, right, to, like, reread all the iterations in different languages and can do all the comparisons, formulate your own thoughts. I mean, I guess you could, like, dedicate a life of study to that, which is kind of what, like, being a theologian would really be about.

But it’s. It’s such a tiny little niche of people that all these different intricacies and all these different comparisons between denominations, like, they don’t, they don’t present themselves in the normal course of life where it’s like, let’s talk about the exact differences between, you know, like the King James Bible versus all these other iterations. No, well, you can’t especially. Excuse me, especially if you want to maintain a type of control. You know, she’s not just maintaining your current base, but, you know, allowing it to grow. You have to focus on the ignorance. You have to focus on.

On the parts that you actually want, because if people look too hard or their perspective change, you’re going to lose them. When you. When you take information, it’s ultimately going to be about, again, how we choose to see it. I think about it through the eyes of, like, maybe being a chef or being a cook, right? You can grow up on italian and american cultural food and, oh, maybe in college, you try cuban cuisine and some latino cuisine. Oh, you finally tried chinese food. You know, like, you got. You developed this international palette. You kind of have to be like that, you know, when it, when it comes to information.

Because anywhere we choose to be one dimensional, we’re choosing ultimately, not to know. We’re choosing not to see a connection between this and that, because we would rather see separation. And most people who go that route aren’t even really cognizant of that fact. It’s just more of a feeling. I just don’t want to deal with that. Or maybe not right now, but when you get to a point, we’ll use comic books. I was, I grew up on comic books. You know, comic books gave me so much vocabulary. And ask you, Marvel versus DC. Marvel all day, if most of the time someone says DC, they just immediately get kicked off the stream, and that’s the end of the interview.

Make my Marvel, you know, I love. I love DC. You know, like, you know, I mean, I, you know, but my issue with DC is more so the film aspect. Comics, you can’t compete with Marvel. Their pantheon is just that great. The X Men alone, you know what I mean? But DC, they’re almost forced to have to downplay their. Their heroes and their villains, because if you look too close, you know, the fundamentals are so blatant. So, so blatant. You know, the guys they’re based on take Batman. You know, I’m saying, I. I’ll talk about Batman, and I’ll shut up about DC.

If you look at Batman, Batman is cool for me because he largely deals with the Necronomicon. Not only does he deal with the Necronomicon like he deals with religion. So how does Batman deal with the Necronomicon? Because Gotham and Arkham. Arkham is directly out of the Necronomicon, right? That’s directly from HP, Lovecraft, Arkham Asylum. Gotham is a play on Golgotha. Golgotha, the place of the skull where Christ was crucified. Right. You only see Batman at night. It’s meant to be a shadow to Metropolis. Batman has these aspects of himself that he allows to run around, do some shit, and then he’ll, you know, lock them back up as opposed to killing them, which makes absolutely no sense, especially for as brutal and as traumatized as he actually is.

Batman should do what Daredevil did when they wanted to reinvigorate Daredevil before the last five or six years, because Daredevil has been really good before that. They took Daredevil and they made him the leader of the hand. The hand is a ninja organization there. I forget exactly what happened to the leader stick. His teacher, his mentor got killed and Daredevil took over the hand. And they had this whole Shadowland story arc. Batman running the League of shadows. I mean, imagine that, you know, they showed you that and, like, Batman incorporated, where he had all these robots, but, like, that was the same thing.

But that’s also what they, that was a replay of what they did in kingdom come, where he got old and he couldn’t be Batman anymore. But there was no Batman beyond yet, so he had robots. Marvel is. It’s just not going to happen. X Men just had his 700th issue, the end of the Krakowan era, which was magnificent, written by Jonathan Hickman, which drops so much science, there’s so much gematria, so much in depth gene information dealing with the idea of an omega mutant and what that really means. We saw storm go from being able to control the weather on Earth to being able to control it across the multiverse.

Not only that, but she could open wormholes. You know, we saw Magneto come back and take his true leadership role. And Charles become a traitor again to his own people through Gematria. This makes a lot of sense, you know, when you, when you look at someone’s numerology, because even these characters, they have names and they have birthdays, and you may be surprised what you see. Kal El’s birthday is different on Krypton than what Clark Kent says on earth. And they are two completely different people. Superman is a narcissist. Clark Ken is a liar. You know what I mean? But that even then, is one dimensional.

The idea of secret identities is ultimately how we deal with the shadow self. Marvel is going to, is going to beat you with that every time because every hero is flawed. The flaws and DC heroes, they aren’t really, let’s say, exploited in the right way. Well, I’ve always seen that the DC heroes, kind of like you were saying, are just literal gods, but that also makes it so that they’re so much harder, or was for me, a lot of other people to relate to versus a human being that has human being problems, that now has superpowers, which in a lot of ways end up just being like, an extra problem for your humanity versus like, oh, yeah, my.

My dad’s Poseidon. Oh, yeah. I just came from a planet where we’re like a hundred times stronger than you and impervious to anything that harms you. And the only thing that can hurt me is kryptonite, another foreign substance that you’d have to get from, like, another world in order to hurt me. A lot of that is. It’s a little bit harder to relate to for me. Well, I can definitely understand that. It’s much the same. I look. I look at the different companies, like I look at different ciphers, or like I look at different frequencies or different pantheons, because they’re really the same thing.

If you look at Iron Man, Tony Stark, you look at T’Challa, black panther of Wakanda, you look at Batman. They’re really the same person, right? They’re these. These filthy, richest prince kings of these companies in these countries, they have trauma, and then they go out and do what they want, right, for different reasons, but essentially they’re doing the same thing. Batman is a child who never grew up, who refuses to be a real person. It’s all about Batman. Even Bruce Wayne is really the costume, right? He’s. He’s just completely traumatized. He’s had children. This dude took children out when they were eight years old to fight crime.

Look at what he really does with Robin. You know, saying, robin, mind you, Batman comes out at night. He wears blue, gray, black, dark colors, right? Robin is this bright red, green, yellow. You know, here I am, he’s using a child as bait. What does that sound? What does that sound like? I really think about that. You know, I’m saying, look at the joker, his arch nemesis. We’re looking at a 47. Now. You know, 47 is a very powerful number in gematria, which I’m about the heart and the crown chakra. That’s why he wears green and purple.

You see what I mean? We’re also talking about that leg bow. That’s that heart energy, right? So that’s. That’s. That’s the antithesis to what Batman is. That’s his complete opposite. But he’s being his true self, where Batman is the one running. Running from the truth. You got Tony Stark, who lost his entire family and became a drunk. But because he was good at technology, now he runs the world through material wealth. But now it’s about his ego. So he has to have the Avengers to biggest my earth’s mightiest heroes, where you have T’Challa, Black Panther, who took down the fantastic four single handedly who rules a nation who fights Namor and Doctor doom and has this magical vibranium and his own pantheon, but he’s hiding, essentially.

He takes part in place with the adventures here and there, but he’s nothing, you see. So when we, when we look at them and you can get a more in depth understanding of why that is, when you take their name and their birthday and you just read them like you would anybody else, you know, we can say, oh, they’re not real. They exist in a comic book. If I say that about Jesus to somebody, somebody would be, will be, you know, possibly ready to fight. I’ve been there many a day. If I say, you know, Muhammad didn’t exist, somebody gonna try to take my head off.

I’m from Detroit. Largest population of so called Middle Easterns. Outside the so called Middle east. Well, I want to, I want to ask you about that too, because you seem very well versed in, like, the different biblical and numerology and all this. How, how much do you know about, say, like, nations of gods and earths and 5%. And like, the offshoots of, like, Nation of Islam and how, like, do any of these correlate to comic books in the same ways? Completely. Great question. Thank you for that. There was a wonderful, powerful movie I did a decode on, came out earlier this year called the Book of Clarence.

The book of Clarence was the greatest 5% movie I’ve probably ever seen. I did, I did a three hour decode. I really wanted to do a part two that I haven’t done yet. But the 5% nation is all about the supreme mathematics. Supreme mathematics are displayed every day in more places than you can imagine. It’s just about understanding the language. Clarence 13 X, aka father of law, who was actually born right here in Danville, Danville, Virginia, was a master, you know, and the encoding in that movie, the idea of knowing that you were God but not being able to give the information out, that’s essentially what the five percenters were doing of the nation of gods on earth, as opposed to trying to terraformed the people into believing in a God outside of Christianity for a certain amount of time, which was Elijah Muhammad’s, one of his tenets, as opposed to.

Clarence 13 actually wanted to tell people that they were God. Now, so you can see that in methodology, you can see that in reverence, you can see that through Wu Tang. There’s a great comic book called the nine Rings of Wu Tang. I got a copy behind me. Yes, you already know. Yes. There’s, there’s a lot, a lot of great examples, but that. That. That reigns supreme. It definitely reigns supreme. So you mentioned, like, Wu Tang, and I think that that’s probably where I heard of supreme mathematics, but I didn’t know what the hell they were talking about.

Right. It was just like, meet me at the God hour, and they were talking about, like, studying the different degrees and then that, like. And I had a couple of friends growing up, too, that had names that were based on five percenter language because their parents were, like, gods on earth. One of my girlfriend’s friends name was, like, born unique, divine. Just like ODB’s name is like a son unique, like his actual name, right? Not the government name. But that was huge in the nineties and maybe, like, the early two thousands or so. And then what happened? Is it still as big now? Are people still signing up for nations of gods and earths and 5%? Or did it have, like, a heyday and then it started fizzling out? Did it go underground? Because I don’t hear about it nearly as much.

I would say a little bit of both. Shout out to Sunez, uh, in Brooklyn. Yeah, most definitely. Um, well, you had Wu tang forever, right? Came out in 97, I think, the double album, right? Triumph. Um, when they were. Started saying that the black man is God on the radio, that shit had to go. It was, it was too powerful. Wu Tang, you know, you never heard about scandals. You never heard about, you know, a lot of the bullshit that comes along with, you know, being in the mainstream industry with Wu Tang because their numbers were so deep, but also because they demanded their respect.

But after Wu Tang forever, they had to get off the radio, you know, that they didn’t get the. The play that they used to get because it became too powerful. So it. It kind of went back underground. They never stopped. You know, Wu Tang is still putting out albums and whatnot. Sons of man, ghost face, killer son. I mean, killer shout out to killer priest. You know, he goes on and on. But I. As in terms of mainstream, in terms of, you know, even being acknowledged, you can’t do that because it gives credence, you know, to something.

It may, it makes it, oh, this is real, you know, as. And it can still be real, but we’re not going to talk about it. So you, you know, you have a mentality where if people see it on the news or if people see it on MTV jams, it’s real. If it’s not there, it can’t be real. We know that’s not the case, but to a large degree, it still is. Are there any like historical, ancient, like mythological counterparts to the story of Yaakov? And like the big headed scientists and like the human grafting stories, the story of Yaqub, for me, it always reminded me of Yaldabaoth, you know, the original big head sciences Yaldaba.

You know, he fell, he fell into this realm and tried to copy what he saw. Now, however we want to look at it, you know, whether through narcissism or through mythology, we’re talking about a baby that didn’t stay in the oven long enough. We’re talking about, you know, this divine abortion. So we have flaw here, we have this illusion of time here. We have this grandiose idea that we can somehow make this world better when anything you do here will dissolve. Right? So obviously the purpose isn’t exactly what we think it is, but this plays into this idea of separation.

There is no separation. You know, true divine timing is realizing who you are, who you are, once you get back to your mind. So everything before that was just preparation for that one moment. Was it real? Of course it was. How much weight, how much gravitas does it actually hold? That depends on your perspective and where you want to give it. But the, the references are everywhere. You know, another, another obvious one would be Megamind cartoon movie came out a few years ago, right? Also the island of Doctor Moreau, Doctor Monroe, Frankenstein. There’s, there’s a lot, you know, it’s just symbolism.

But Prometheus into that mix to the, the, uh, the original version of the Prometheus movie from the Alien series was about these architects, or engineers, I think they called them, uh, that originally found this substance of God that let them, that let them create real life because it was of God. But then they ran out of it, or they used it for some other purpose. You know, like they put it in their cars to drive around. They ran out and then they had to make their own version of it. And that’s kind of what started the whole alien mythology was, was people trying to recreate something out of perfection based on their limited knowledge and inferior supplies, right, and that’s the black goo, right? Exactly.

That same black goo is what they have to feed quantum computers, the d wave computers that they have to keep at like a sub zero temperature, right? That people stand next to them and say, I feel like I’m standing next to a God. And they’re not connected to anything. No Internet. But they can figure out all these equations that are just binary codes, zeros and ones, you see, so when we look at alien, for example, perfect reference. We’re talking about, like, the divine feminine, right? That’s why it’s so ugly. And again, we’re back to this idea of the necronomicon, these ugly human urges.

What does that look like? It looks like a chest buster, you know what I mean? It looks like these hybrids. On the flip side of that, you get predator that looks like an african warrior, but every time you see him, he’s in these spaceships, and he’s around these step pyramids. What are they trying to tell you? You know what I mean? It’s the same thing. The new trailer for the latest alien movie is very telling, you know what I’m saying? But again, we’re back to this idea, this facehugger, and you see this face hugger, there’s eight in this ten.

Grab it onto somebody’s face. That’s Kundalini rising. It looks like death. It looks like assimilation. It’s essentially, it’s one in the same. But are we talking about just this one dimension, or are we talking about what they’re moving on to? Because they’re moving on to something. We just don’t see it on the screen. And in comic book world, I would always. And reading comic books, to go back to what you said earlier about increasing your vocabulary, that was the first time that I ever even considered that comic books weren’t just rotting my brain, was because there was some teacher that was, like, commending me and my friend in 7th grade, and it was like, wow, how did you know what this.

Whatever. I can’t remember what the term was. It was in science class. I was like, oh, that was in, like, the latest X Men comic. They were talking all about whatever the hell the scientific concept was about. Like, I don’t really understand it. I just knew what the phrase was and how to spell it in the context it was used in. And that was the first time I was like, oh, wow. Maybe I’m actually learning more from this comic book that I am from this class, because I can’t remember what the class was about, but I still remember the comic book, man.

I’m trying to tell you. I’ve learned to this day, you know, I’m consistently learning from comics. That’s. That’s one thing that I get every week. There’s a comic called Trans Metropolitan that’s still running, or I thought that was. That was done. Oh, no, it’s been done. It’s just a classic. I go back to Spider Jerusalem, taught me a lot, you know, I go back to that all the time. Sandman is another one, you know, you want to talk about the occult, any and everything by Alan Moore, you know, V for vendetta and watchmen. And, you know, I think everything you just mentioned is DC or vertigo, by the way.

Well. Well, vertigo, they get a special pass. Yeah, they really do. They really do. Now, you know, there’s image. You have red room. Red room is incredible. If you haven’t heard of Red Room, I would really suggest you. You look that one up. Red room. The Department of truth is incredible. Shout out to Jonathan Hickman. He’s really, really big in Marvel right now, but he started out doing things like the nightly news. Red room. Yeah, that’s it. Oh, that. That’s a sad story, man. Because he recently offed himself, I believe. Yeah. Ed piscore. Because he did.

Yeah, that’s why. I haven’t actually read any of this red room before, but, like, all my links are purple on it, because I remember when that happened. I knew him from, he did, like, a hip hop comic where he, he illustrated, like, all the old eighties and nineties hip hop groups growing up. How I remember him, I don’t even know that he did, like, this weird, like, dark web, bdsm type stuff, man. This is. This comic is wild. Is absolutely wild. Red Room is crazy. I’ll have to grab a copy. Department of truth is awesome. God is dead is incredible.

Anybody who’s a fan of any kind of God or demon or pantheon, religion, you want to see that shit get completely wiped away, check out God is dead. It is incredible. You know, occult, occult comics, that’s. That’s really what brought me back to comics, you know, I’m seeing this idea of so much being displayed and being dropped and it being obscure and, you know, not having the eyes on it that it should. You know, those covers are incredible. That’s one of my favorite series. Yeah. I’ve never even heard of that. And I love Jonathan Hickman, to be honest, man.

Like, my. My current experience in the. The comic book world is, like, either working on my own comics or reading, like, weird Tijuana bibles from, like, the sixties and seventies, like, all the weird, like, underground shot comics stuff. Just because I’m. I feel like if you were describing earlier about the chef that should, like, travel the world and taste all the cuisines, right. I. I just feel like I haven’t had a lot of that 1970s underground comic cuisine yet added to my palette, so I’m really trying to double down on that because it feels uniquely american in so many ways that I’m trying to kind of capture as opposed to being as influenced by all these freaking, these british writers.

Absolutely. Absolutely. As you should. You move at your own speed, you know what I’m saying? I’m, I’m a geek nerd. Study or research, you call it what you want, but this is my cup of tea, so, you know, you’ve got awesome, man. I’m glad that you mentioned this. I hadn’t heard of it. So, yeah, this is on the top of my reading list now is, you know, and don’t, not that you are you, you don’t want to knock yourself, you know, I’m saying, and you’ve got time to experience. You move as you see FITZhe but there’s, there’s a grand, grand myriad of wonderful books, wonderful subjects out here yet to be discovered, and they’re, you know, obscure for a reason, you know, again, occult means hidden, so, you know, it’s going to be hidden just based off his own, its own energy, its own frequency.

We have to go looking for it. But you’d be surprised what you’ll find. I’m, you know, when we take this a little bit of time and go look, it’s, it’s incredible. And again, comics are a medium that comes out every week just like movies do, you know, I don’t care what the genre or what the, the company, you get this consistent eschatology field of energy that comes out every single week. And even just looking to see what comes out, you’d be amazed, you know, what may hit you, especially when it comes to corresponding to other things going on in the world.

I do got to put you on a little self promo here. But if you like occult style comics and like ancient gods and stuff, I do have this series called Secret Mystery School that’s basically, it’s a four part series. It’s already ended, but it goes into gematria and interdimensional philosophy and psychedelics and enlightenment in general. The basic premise is that these two dudes, Phil and Colin, which is a nod to Phil Collins, but also philosophy because the girl’s name is Sophia. And the whole premise is that Phil, he’s like a psychonaut, and he takes a very specific blend of psychedelics on a school trip out Mount Shasta, and he kind of accidentally reaches enlightenment temporarily, and he’s able to open this door that only the ascended masters or truly enlightened people have ever had access to.

So he basically gets the key to this door for a short amount of time, doesn’t realize what he’s doing, opens it up, and they all go through it. And now they have to become actually enlightened in order to get back home so they can kind of, like, open that door again. So it has them going and meeting Diogenes, the dog, and it gets into, like, epicurean philosophy. Then they go and meet Pythagoras. They meet Aristotle, Socrates, and they have to, like, basically go back through high school again, but they’re being taught by pythagoras, and they’re being taught by all these, like, ancient philosophers.

But this is like, my. My love letter to, like, son of occult philosophy. The whole premise of this originally was, like, what if Harry Potter was trained by manly Palmer hall? But it kind of went. Went off the rails once I actually started it, because, you know, the comic book format, you have to kind of, like, go way outside of the. What the expectations are. But I think you would like, if you’re listening or if you’re watching and God is dead and all these other ones sound interesting to you? I definitely recommend checking out my secret mystery school.

I will cop all of these as soon as we are done here. This is absolutely dope. My only question is, how could you possibly squeeze that incredible concept into four issues? That is dope. That is absolutely dope. That is some. That’s what we need more of. If there’s something we need more of, we need more of this. This is dope. Because these kinds of amalgamations, when you. When you. You have certain influence or you have certain references, but you make it your own. There’s nothing better than that. There’s nothing better than that. This is dope. It’s not easy at a tall order.

Like, for example, issue four alone talks about pythagoreanism. It breaks down the eleusinian mysteries. It actually goes through the entire process of fasting, finding iacus, finding demeter persephone, like, dying, going underworld, and then coming back, and the whole origins of consciousness. I’ve got, like, a three page spread which doesn’t fold out because I couldn’t afford to print it as a fold out. But it’s basically a three page foldout that shows the whole progression of religion from, like, caveman all the way to modern day. It’s definitely a tall order. The artists that I had worked with me on it weren’t delighted when they saw the script, but this is probably my current magnum opus, I think.

Dude, like, no bullshit, man. This is. This is amazing. This is amazing. You should be really, really proud of this. I’m gonna. I’m gonna promote the fuck out of here. And you might like this, too, just cause it’s, like, such a nerd comic book video gamer, sort of, like, centric. But the whole premise of issue three is that they have to go into the labyrinth and defeat the Minotaur. And, I mean, all the occult symbolism behind that is in here, but they also. It’s very literal, except for when he gets to the very inside of the labyrinth.

In order to kill the Minotaur with an axe, it’s actually he has to beat him in guitar hero. So he has to use, like, a guitar battle axe to defeat the Minotaur. I don’t know. It’s, like, in the guitar and all, like, the word play and all the symbolism play. I don’t know. I think you’d particularly really like this one. Yeah, I’m loving it already. I’m absolutely loving it. This is so dope because you make it real, and you make it real to the characters. I can see, you know, your characters well enough to where you can just put them in situations.

And then the story. The story writes itself. You know, I’m saying like that, man, let. That’s why Marvel I like so much is because I kind of already think I know how certain characters would react, but I only know, like, what their emotions might be. I can almost never predict, like, what their actual actions would be. Whereas DC, it’s almost like they all have a freaking formula they wear on their chest that it’s like, if I’m angry, I do this, and if I’m sad, I do this, which is a little bit less complex. Not to make it about Marvel and DC again, but that’s kind of how I see it.

The same way that, like, a chef has their list of ingredients, right? Like, some ingredients are so overpowering. Like, you don’t just throw ginger in every freaking plate you make, because then everything you make is gonna kind of taste like ginger. You gotta know when to use it and when not to. Exactly. It’s like, chopped, you know, saying you. You got your characters and they got these baskets in front of them with ingredients. They don’t know what they are. And again, they have a certain time limit. What you gonna do? That’s a great analogy, man. It’s like, yeah, Mandy writing a story is very much like an episode of Chop.

Exactly. You know what I mean? But then, you know, you realize the more you go through that process, that is just you being you. You know, you don’t necessarily see ahead of time, because you don’t know what your ingredients are. You don’t know, you know, who you’re working with and who you gotta run around in the kitchen, so to speak, or who you got to impress, you know, at the judges table. But you see that, you know, winner, fail, it was all you the whole time, you know, I mean, it’s about that. That inertia of consciousness.

No, you move at your own velocity, but you have to control it. You have to focus it. When you let it be, you know, when it gets to, like, you know, okay, something new, it is going to respond. The energy has to respond. You can’t. You can’t have cause without effect. You know, you remember at all times. You are the magic. You know what I’m saying? I see that in those covers. I appreciate that. We’re running a little bit long, and I got a segment that I want to end out on, so let me just. Let me just play a little intro, and then I’ll explain it.

Hey, conspiracy buffs, I double dare you to take some PCP, the paranormal conspiracy probe. On your marks. Get set and go. All right, this is a fan favorite, and I can’t ever skip this one. I think I might have forgotten once or twice in, like, my last 80 episodes. But you’re here, and you’re here for it, and people love this one. So the rules is, basically, I’m just going to mention a certain conspiracy theory or, like, a cult concept, and you’re just going to give me a rating from one to ten based on how valid you think that thing is.

That makes sense. Yeah, most definitely. That’s better. So I’ll start with. With one of the easiest ones, which is Bigfoot. If you got a rate how much you believe in Bigfoot from one to ten, where would he end up? I’ll give it an eight. What about flat Earth? Ten. What about, let’s say that the moon is localized. Do you think that humans have ever stepped foot on a localized moon within the concept of flat Earth? Never. It’s not a physical place you can go. Is the. Is the plane that we’re on an infinite plane in flat Earth? Yes.

And I wanted to actually, I want to jump out of the one through ten just so I don’t lose the track here, because I rarely find people that are willing to engage, like, deeply on some of the flat earth topics. And the one that I am the most fascinated in is the concept of an infinite plane, which would then, I guess, posing in a form of a question. Does that mean there’s infinite land? Yeah, good question. Good question. I would say yes and no. So we know that the realm that we inhabit, that is supposedly this ice wall and then these oceans and these supposed continents, and then there’s something beyond that.

It has to be more water, and it has to be more land, I think more water, perhaps even ice, than land, but definitely more land. And does this mean with infinite land, that there’s infinite molecules, infinite dust, infinite water, and just infinite everything? Is there actually possible that there could ever be a shortage of anything? No, not at all. Life, you know. What was that Jurassic park said, life finds a way. Like, you know, there’s. Scarcity only exists in the mind. It really, really does. I cannot stress enough how we choose to see the world is how it’s going to be.

You know, here in the west, we talk about scarcity. I’m a big dude. I’m six, 4230. I used to play football. I used to be three, almost 400 pounds, you know what I mean? So, like, you know, scarcity. Now you want to eat, you’re going to eat something. If you ain’t got the money to eat, you gonna do what you need to do to, you know, me, I. We’re never going to run out of anything. If you take all the people in the world, you could put them in Texas and they. And they could have their own acreage, you know, this idea of over overpopulation and the Georgia guy stones.

You saw what happened to the Georgia guy stones two years ago. You know, I’m saying, like, you know, that’s. That’s not going to happen. If we want it to happen, if we allow it to happen, that’s a different story. But we got to be real at the same time and understand that a lot of people suffer here, and they’ve gotten used to putting that suffering on things outside of themselves, and that becomes a religion in and of itself. You know, let me jump back into the one, the one to ten really quick so I could finish this out, because I’m interested.

Like, what would you rate, say, like a demon. Like a. Like a biblical catholic demon from one to ten, I would go. I would go five, six. Because one person’s demon is another person’s angel, essentially, we’re talking about the same thing. But demon Daemon originally meant genius. You know, it means a deeper concept. So we have to also remember error and connotation and definition. Because, you know, people hear demons because of Hollywood, you get scared and get these certain ideas. But demon is dealing with your own deeper inner thoughts. When we really get down to the Necronomicon, we’re talking about human urges, you know what I mean? So it’s about control, ultimately, and being able to face your fears.

And I’ve had pushback on this from actual theologians before, so this might not be the most accurate version of this, but when someone mentions demon now, I also think of, like, King Solomon with his seals and his likes and his magic rings, where he would, like, not necessarily summon a demon with sharp teeth and horns, like a scary thing, but it was more like a daemon, like this running process or a concept that he would summon and have that concept just work itself out through his means or under the exact same concept of a computer daemon.

A background running task just does things that make your life a little bit easier, but it’s not necessarily summing an actual spirit, although some people would claim, like, a lot of the original engineers, that gave us modern computing. Charles Babbage is one of my favorite examples. Like, there’s stories that when he was a kid, he was obsessed with summoning demons, like biblical demons. And there’s a number of other people that are related to our modern technology that we’re just obsessed with truly biblical demons, not. Not like the spiritual ones, at least that I’m aware of. Even Thomas Edison made one of the first Hollywood movies, and the main star was Mephisto.

Right? Or mephistopheles, basically the same entity. So I always. I’m wondering, to pose in the question, like, is AI demonic? Do we have demons inside of our computers or angels inside our computers? If you’re saying demons and angels are a matter of perspective, I would hope so. To be perks, to be. To be perfectly honest with you, I would hope so. If they’re in the food, supposedly, if they’re in the air, in the frequencies, you know, our cell phones, there’s 5g radiation and things of that nature, microwaves and whatnot. Cable, wi Fi, Bluetooth. Right. They would have to be in the devices.

They would have to be. I would hope they were, honestly. Because, again, now that’s gonna sound crazy to some people, I’m sure. But that’s people who haven’t dealt with their own fear, and they haven’t dealt with their own ignorance, and they truly just haven’t studied enough. You know, many, many of us were afraid of the basement until we went down there and saw that there was nothing down there. And then it was getting over the feeling because we had programmed ourselves. But at some point, you run your mom going down the basement to grab this out the freezer, you know, you ain’t thinking about it no more.

You know. I mean, it becomes self conditioning. So they would have to be just based on frequency, just based on, you know, if I’ll put it to you like this. They couldn’t see separation the way we do. They’re not going to look into your computer or your phone or your flat screen or your modem and say, I don’t like this person’s religion. I don’t like this person’s complexion. I don’t like this person’s gender. I’m not going to walk over there. We do that based on ego. They don’t have ego. You know, the ego is such a mundane thing.

It only exists here. Entities. Whether we want to look at them as good or bad or evil or otherwise, they don’t have that. They don’t have that mentality, you know, they’re. They’re slightly above us. So the last thing they’re thinking about is somebody’s opinion. I’m going. I’m going to chill right here on this park bench in your computer. You know what I mean? I like the visual I got in my mind that, like, there’s someone that’s, like, going through McDonald’s drive thru and they’re eating some fries and they’re on their iPhone and there’s like, an angel in their iPhone and there’s an angel in their fries, essentially.

I never even considered that concept of, like, not being bound to the same limitations where, like, you’re. I don’t mean to us, everything is separated because we’re in the material realm. So you already have these perceived notions of, like, where, like, the end of my fingertip ends and where this thing that I’m about to touch begins are these separate entities. But I guess to an angel or a demon, it’s all just like, just different matter. And they don’t even necessarily end and start the same way that we perceive them to. Well, yeah, well, you know, certain things we want to keep at the forefront of our consciousness.

You know, these things, these entities, they need you way more than you need them. You know, you have to activate them if you want to give your power over to them, you can do that and, you know, the results can be detrimental. But once you realize that this is just a reflection of you and you can take control of it the same way you would your phone or your laptop, you know, people don’t worship their electricity. You know, I’m gonna pray to Zeus when I plugged this plug in this laptop don’t blow. Even though, like Zeus, I paid my light bill.

You know, do what you’re supposed to do. Well, talk to these demons and to these. These angels and, you know, an angel is an angle of light. You know, light comes into the. Into this reality at a 42 degree angle where there’s that 42 again, so we can understand why they want to attach certain terminology to that to make you think otherwise or think less of it or think less of yourself. Ultimately, we talking about self hate. So, again, when we go back to this tenet of knowing thyself and understanding that everything is a reflection of you, everything here is a power up.

Like, you’re supposed to be Mario out here, and everything is a mushroom. You know, if we want to see it as a koopa trooper and run the other way, we can do that, too. But that’s not going to benefit you. That’s not going to serve you. I think we should end it on that, man, because that’s the perfect analogy. Just every. Everything out here is a mushroom and you’re in a Mario game. I like that. Straight up perfect simulation. Give a shout out to where people can find you if they like what they heard and where they can find more.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you again for the invitation. This has been absolutely wonderful. I hope we can do this again. We have to do some comic book breakdowns because you. Because you. I feel like you can get me back up to speed. You mentioned that X Men had, like, their 700th issue. I don’t know if I’ve opened the X Men comic, aside from, like, very limited runs, because I really cared about, like, Wolverine and Domino or something. But I don’t think I’ve really cared as much since, like, the late nineties and uncanny X Men and stuff.

So I’ve got a lot of catching up to do, and I feel like you might be one of the perfect people to help me get back up to speed. Oh, man. Listen, the Krakow era that just ended with issue 35 in original numbering was issue 700. Absolutely incredible. It starts with the powers of X and House. Powers of X and House. Rise of the house of the Powers. Some two books that are absolutely incredible. And it really expands from there. It would be an honor. That is easily the best X Men story since fatal attractions in the nineties, which we saw play out on X Men 97.

There’s a big words, man. Oh, it’s a. I read, especially since I go back. I go back to revisit because I’ll see certain things. This is my instagram page. Culture 24. You guys can hit me up there. I got a link in my bio that takes you to my Patreon Konami codes, mystery arcade, occult, multiversity. You can get readings there. You can dm me. I’m on Facebook. Hillel Keanu. I have a digital library that I’ve built on Telegram that has over 40,000 books. I add to it every day for $3 a month. You can subscribe and get access to that.

I’m trying to get Scribd and Amazon to run for their money and give you a little bit more in terms of, you know, books that are out of print or rare, especially in terms of the occult. You see like that blood, that book right there, her blood gold. That’s every cover? Yeah, it’s all 700 covers. And comic books are also available from omnibus to individual issues. And if you have anybody has any request, please just let me know. But you can find me. You type my name into just about any platform and you’ll be able to find me.

You can get at me however you can get at me. My readings are $72. I keep them low for a reason. I’m not doing this to get rich. I’m also a counselor and a consultant. I see people who use some of these sciences, some of this knowledge to charge people hundreds and thousands of dollars. I’m trying to make peers. You know, followers are amazing. I love, you know, I just got to 24,000 followers. I’m thankful for each and every one. But I don’t want to be a pariah to my people or to anyone else’s. I’m trying to be the change I want to see so, you know, everything is affordable, as you can see from some of the books that I have available there.

And please holler at me. You know, if you just need a question answered, holla at me. I’m very accessible. You know, you don’t have to, you know, pay me just to talk to me. I’m not one of those people. I appreciate, man. I’m definitely going to take you up on that. We’re going to talk way more. I want to get Slick in here too, man. Yeah, fix your microphone and fix your Internet. And then you’re invited to all of these. Yeah, man. Slick. Slick is a beast. Slick is a. Slick is an amazing artist. He makes these incredible, incredible collages, these incredible art pieces.

But he goes in, you know, saying on the Enneagram, he goes, I feel like slick is like, like, for me, I feel like I understand what. What I want a visual to be like I already see in my head. And I. And it takes almost all my time just trying to execute the thing that I’m already seeing. But with Slick, man, I feel like he’s. Like he sees it all, but he spends so much time trying to get other people to understand it. Like, he understands it, because it just makes sense. It’s almost just like seeing water freeze or seeing fire incinerate something.

But it’s not so easy to explain in words and visuals. Like the Enneagram stuff. Took me forever to understand that. Until I sat down with slick and he started explaining to me in different ways, the exact same way that I kind of hated math growing up. Until I found out about. I don’t know if there’s a real name, like vedic math, where, like, it’s magic math is another name for it, where it’s not just, like, carry the one, you know what I mean? And borrow from the nine. Now, all of a sudden, it’s like all these mantras and how if you multiply something by nine, the result, the numbers individually add up to nine because of all these cool ways that math interconnects with itself.

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