posted on Oct, 18 2016 @ 07:14 PM
Here is how one should logically think about this:
The statue of Shiva, or even, plausibly, Kali (an aspect of Shiva), is strange, but not enough to justify what were seeing in this video.
Rather, what I find justifying is the same exact cloak being worn by 10 different people. That, my friend, is objectively strange.
Why strange? What reason could there be for all of them having the same cloak? Ok, let's imagine their justification is true, and they are "playing".
Why go to such an extent - buy cloaks for everyone to wear, and then enact a ritual sacrifice without their being any good reason or point to doing it
- other than the broadcasted defense "they were having fun".
There is really nothing "fun like" in what they're doing, at least not when you consider the above criteria. That is, if you can keep at the forefront
of your awareness the strangeness of owning the same cloak - and what that implies - warrants a consideration that what were seeing may be the real
shebang. A real human sacrifice of a real woman.
Now, of course, the question is, WHY ON EARTH WOULD THEY KILL SOMEONE!!!??? Yes. Assuming that this is not a game and that they are not playing, and
that the cloaks and the ritual and the statue all figure into a larger ecological construct - the statue - Shiva/Kali - after all, is a god associated
with black magic - then we may consider the cloaks to be part of a larger "culture" or "society" that must be normal, I imagine, among people like
Occultists like to render themselves "anonymous" when they interface with spiritual forces, and so the cloak, in making them all the same, neatly
But what are spiritual forces? This is the ultimate question that this strange video provokes in the questioning and curious mind. They must be
emotions - affects - feelings - or "archetypes" - the contextual 'spirits' that organize matter and stimulate Human thinking and acting.
Long story short, if all of the above is legitimate reasoning - and that cloaks and having cloaks seems too far an extent to go in "playing games",
particularly for scientists working at such a prestigious institution and pursuing the most abstract and speculative questions about the nature of the
universe - then perhaps this is a real ritual, reflecting a logical process, related to what the forces in question want - a human life (convertible
into spiritual entropy) - and what the Human who does the killing wants - information about a particular subject matter - insights into the structure
Now, I must say that all of the above is just speculation. I do not know if any of the above is true, only that it is plausible - plausible as an
ontological explananadum for the reality we live within - and plausible for what were seeing on the video, and what the scientists are doing and why
they're doing it (for knowledge). It also comes with a horrific feeling of "what kind of phucking world do we live in!?", and might lead to a
purposeless paranoia about the sincerity of other people. On the other hand, it lets you think in ways that many people secretly think with - in terms
of dynamical forces, emotions, and their relation to "spirits", and ultimately, their dynamical integration within our biodynamical functioning and
perhaps even aspects of the external world itself.
I could be entirely wrong though, and simply pursuing a fantasy