posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 07:35 PM
reply to post by 1AnunnakiBastard
sounds like the men in golden motorcycle helmets got her
some of her symptoms and actions sound like she was
being attacked with microwaves [as in reported cases of gang stalking]
synchromystic look at whitneys death as she and druuuuugggss have been brought up
Fallen to Earth, Again (UPDATED) secretsun.blogspot.com...
This morning it seems so perfect, so fitting. In Archonic America, where devolution is the ultimate virtue and everything that once made Americans
proud and unique must first be defiled and then destroyed, it seems inevitable that Whitney Houston is taken off the boards.
Whitney's decline was tragic but her rise was breathtaking, a moment that caught everyone's attention, whether they cared for her brand of slick R&B
or not. That wasn't the point.
The point was that everyone stopped for a moment to bask in her lean, graceful beauty, her infectious, megawatt smile and her stunning vocal range
that made you stop and listen, no matter what your musical taste.
In ancient times, emperors would build temples to her all across the world, and roses would be thrown at her feet wherever she walked. Even the
humblest cobbler or beggar would think that surely this was a goddess come down to Earth; Hathor, Aphrodite, Inanna.
But this is the modern world, where even a goddess is reduced to a commodity. I'm not sure exactly what brought Whitney Houston back down to earth,
but I'm sure the unrelenting pressure of superstardom had a lot to do with it, when your every move is scripted, recorded, and critiqued. And in
America we put these people up on pedestals, shine the light of interrogation on them and then eat them alive when they flinch.
I see a woman who embodied the very best of us --in such a fashion as to perhaps be not of us-- dragged down below us and then destroyed. I see The
Man Who Fell To Earth play out in real time before our eyes once again. Karen Carpenter redux.
I see yet another point put up on the Archons' scoreboard. I see an artist who people across the world could all agree was something special taken
away from us. The only hope is that the work will live on, and that that signal continues to be broadcast until enough receivers get switched on.
PS: I should add that Whitney Houston came to my attention at the same point time I started obsessing on Max Ernst, who we discussed in the previous
post (my tastes have always been pretty eclectic). A strange and kind of disturbing sync for me.
UPDATE: The Jackals feast on the Lioness' bones.
It was business as usual less than three hours after the sudden death of pop icon Whitney Houston at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday, as
hundreds of high-profile celebrities worked the room at the annual Clive Davis Grammy party.
But in a suite just four floors above, police were conducting an investigation into the death of the Grammy-winning singer. While Houston’s body
remained in the room, her teen daughter stood outside fighting with authorities to see the body. This while a "crime lab" van stood out among the
black limousines and SUVs escorting celebrities to and from the event.
In light of the stark contrast between the tragedy of her death and the celebration at the star-studded soiree, for those in attendance at the
party, the backlash is burgeoning.
Kim Kardashian (whose ex-boyfriend Ray J was Houston's on and off again beau, and reportedly in the hotel trying to gain access to the room) was
photographed smiling alongside the likes of Jane Fonda and Britney Spears, while Diana Ross and Barry Gordy hammed it up for the cameras. Stars like
Ne-Yo, Kelly Rowland, Sir Richard Branson, Mary J. Blige and Jon Voight also attended.
I mean, it's perfect. The System destroyed a goddess and then partied atop her corpse. Take a good, long look at American culture, people. The cancer
has subsumed the host.
You Don't Need Their Permission Anymore
I hadn't time to fully process Whitney Houston's death when I first posted on it. I knew it marked a major turning point in my own life and in that
of the nation, but I wasn't quite sure why. I'm still working on it, but the event seems to grow in my mind.
First, the obvious: Whitney's death came on the eve of the Grammy Awards, which is in no way a mere coincidence. I've my own feelings on this
conjunction, other people their own as well. But following on the heels of Madonna's Pax Romana imperialist ritual at the Super Bowl and Nicki
Minaj's equally grotesque tribute to The Exorcist (a film and novel that I've come to see as the apologia of a psychotic priest after the rape,
torture and murder of an adolescent child of indeterminate gender) on Sunday, how can we escape the departure of a performer who didn't need the
vulgar distractions of pseudo-occult ritual to hypnotize the entire world?
Equally despicable and depressing were the flurry of tweets from the media-brainwashed ditz-brigades of America, gleefully declaring they'd "let
Chris Brown beat me any time." The fact that Brown is not only still a star but a bigger star than ever tells you pretty much all you need to know
about where we stand in the 21st Century, with all of our technology and social media bull#.
But the message is clear-- spectacle and manufactured outrage are what will be sold now. True talent is too hard to package, too hard to control. With
the battery of electronic effects these singers are drenched in now, they don't really need to know how to sing at all anymore. Just ask Madonna.
And so the death of Whitney Houston-- the greatest singer of her generation-- acts as the milestone for this dark, cold new age.
You Don't Need Their Permission Anymore, Part 2
Originally posted by boncho
Drug use of course, has a nasty side effect of weight loss..
L Boncho, guess you know nothing about drugs then.
as a moneyed person, her drugs weren't cut with garbage
like most street drugs are.
Drug use of course, has a nasty side effect of weight loss..
so does radiation, vomiting is also a side effect of rads
Originally posted by larphillips
Wow... so much hatred and immense desire to debunk.
So why here, of all places, is everyone so quick to jump on the media playbook and continue to paint the person speaking out as "a crazy drug
addict" instead of listening to what was attempted to be revealed? I'm shocked to see herds of sheep flocking even here.
lol you can almost smell the fear in some of those posts
as it dribbles down their pants legs
Originally posted by ColAngus
reply to post by larphillips
I live in reality, ...
"People live their lives bound by what they accept as correct and true. That's how they define "reality". But what does it mean to be "correct"
or "true"? Merely vague concepts… their "reality" may all be a mirage. Can we consider them to simply be living in their own world, shaped by
- Uchiha Itachi-