Quoting: Salt Quoting: Mr. Deadite
ok, right off the top of my head we see in the chorus Quoting: Salt
"oh we oh we oh we oh"
reference to Wizard of Oz (Aiwaz)
at the opening of the vid we see Will.i.am selecting a monarch butterfly 3rd one down - enter Brittney
this video is basically showing him as an official handler.
What significance do you place on Aiwaz? Sorry if I'm not as learned/steeped. Also, mind explaining the connection between Crowley's apparition and the Wizard of Oz?
Aiwaz was the demon that Alistair Crowley channeled and wrote tons of stuff about. Crowley was a grand master mason wizard steeped deep in black magick. So was the dude that wrote the Wizard of Oz series of books (also a grand master mason and into black magick). That is where the get the Oz character from those books.
Wizard of Oz is used for MKUltra programming and triggers.
In the movie, you hear the witches minions chanting Owe We Owe, We Owe Her...
you hear that in Will.i.am's song above.
it's all inter-related
more on Aiwaz (or Aiwass)
[link to en.wikipedia.org
Aiwass was the name of a voice that Aleister Crowley heard on April 8, 9, and 10th in 1904. Crowley claimed that this voice dictated The Book of the Law
The first appearance of Aiwass was during the Three Days of the writing of Liber Legis. His first and only identification as such is in Chapter I: "Behold! it is revealed by Aiwass the minister of Hoor-paar-kraat" (AL I:7). Hoor-paar-kraat (Egyptian: Har-par-khered) is more commonly referred to by the Greek transliteration Harpocrates, meaning "Horus the Child", whom Crowley considered to be the central deity within the Thelemic cosmology (see: Aeon of Horus). However, Harpocrates also represents the Higher Self, the Holy Guardian Angel.
Crowley described the encounter in detail in The Equinox of the Gods, saying:
The Voice of Aiwass came apparently from over my left shoulder, from the furthest corner of the room. It seemed to echo itself in my physical heart in a very strange manner, hard to describe. I have noticed a similar phenomenon when I have been waiting for a message fraught with great hope or dread. The voice was passionately poured, as if Aiwass were alert about the time- limit. [...] The voice was of deep timbre, musical and expressive, its tones solemn, voluptuous, tender, fierce or aught else as suited the moods of the message. Not bass --perhaps a rich tenor or baritone. The English was free of either native or foreign accent, perfectly pure of local or caste mannerisma, thus startling and even uncanny at first hearing. I had a strong impression that the speaker was actually in the corner where he seemed to be, in a body of "fine matter," transparent as a veil of gauze, or a cloud of incense-smoke. He seemed to be a tall, dark man in his thirties, well-knit, active and strong, with the face of a savage king, and eyes veiled lest their gaze should destroy what they saw. The dress was not Arab; it suggested Assyria or Persia, but very vaguely. I took little note of it, for to me at that time Aiwass and an "angel" such as I had often seen in visions, a being purely astral.
In the later-written Liber 418, the voice of the 8th Aethyr says "my name is called Aiwass," and "in The Book of the Law did I write the secrets of truth that are like unto a star and a snake and a sword." Crowley says this later manifestation took the form of a pyramid of light.
[link to en.wikipedia.org
Wizard of Aiwass/Aiwaz/Oz Part II
LAM I AM:
n this section, I want to go into Aleister Crowley's connection with "superhuman,"preter-human intelligence, or life forms. I noticed a fair amount of resemblance between all these entities with the green and smokey alien-looking entity in The Wizard of Oz and the first picture below. These pictures are what sparked the idea of this article. This illustration below on the left was created by Crowley. In January throughout March of 1918, Crowley began invoking this entity repeatedly through a series of magickal rituals called the Amalantrah workings in Central Park West, New York City.
Using sexual/tantric & ceremonial magick with the intent to invoke certain "intelligences" to physical manifestation. Usually these type of workings involved a scryer, his partner or receptive seer or vessel of communications for the workings was his acting Scarlet Woman, Roddie Minor. Under the influence of hashish and opium she described to Crowley a series of archetypal visions involving (among others) a king, a small boy and a wizard who introduced himself as "Amalantrah"--who delivered exhortations to "find the egg ."
The idea of these workings was to create an inter-dimensional gateway or portal, or to rent a fabric of time and space. These workings manifested in a series of visions. This alone creates a few synchronicities tied inside of this working itself. When Einstein and Tesla idea are used in the Montauk or Rainbow Project, they use an inter-dimensional space pod or egg to conduct the experiments. The first model for Columbus' egg was introduced in 1893 at the World's Fair in Chicago along with electric lights by Tesla. This egg is modeled after the explorer Christopher Columbus' Egg or the Egyptian Egg of Isis. The small boy and the wizard of her visions parallel Dorothy in search of the Wizard of the Wizard of Oz. In magical terms it is possible to identify Lam with the Dwarf Self, the Silent Self, Harpocrates, Hadit, and perhaps most significantly, the Babe In The Egg. Here I quote from Michael Staley's forward to The Lam Statement in Starfire vol. 1 no. 3:
[link to synkronos23.typepad.com