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Super Torch Ritual

Cosmic Parasite


Parasite‘s big night at the Oscars (Feb 9)… What was that about? A multicontextual perspective:

A big moment accompanied by the ESA’s Solar Orbiter launch at 11:03pm EST (0403 GMT)…

…within 30 minutes of and right in between Parasite winning Best Director (~10:53pm) and Best Picture (~11:27pm).

“As above, so below”.

The Sun is “Sol“…

…pronounced the same way as “Seoul“, the capital of South Korea where Parasite was filmed.

Solar Orbiter will take close look at Sol’s heliosphere including the corona, the aura of plasma visible during a total solar eclipse.

Put together “parasite” and “corona” and you get “coronavirus” (viruses are parasites roughly speaking)…

…spreading out of China, South Korea’s next door neighbor.

In the same region in the Far East is Japan, the “Land of the Rising Sun“, the most “solar” nation on earth which is set to host the Summer Olympics during the Dog Days of Sirius commencing in just 5 months. This will be the first Olympics since the 2018 Winter Olympics held in PyeongChang, South Korea commencing on February 9, 2018, exactly 2 years before this year’s Oscars.

Also taking place on February 9? Once Upon a Time in Hollywood which went head to head with Parasite for major awards at the Oscars including Best Picture.

Most of the action in Once Upon a Time takes place on Feb 8-9 (hat tip to reader James) or more precisely, February 9, 1969, exactly 51 years ago or one Sirius B orbit ago, when the Dog Star’s little companion was at apoapsis, i.e. the farthest point from the primary star Sirius A.

It was the year of Apollo 11…

…named after a sun god, bearing a mission patch showing Orion with a flightpath passing right through Orion’s Belt…

…in effect making the destination (Moon) analogous to… Sirius. You can’t make this stuff up.

Sirius B is currently back at the same apoapsis spot for the first time since that time (round 2019)…

…the importance of which we’ve been stressing again and again here on Super Torch Ritual both last year and this year…

Dec 30, 2019 Sirius Trigger
Jan 31, 2020 Sirius Impact Weekend

…a pattern already confirmed this year through numerous major events including the Iraq/Iran-US conflict, the Super Bowl (Feb 2), and now the Oscars as well.

Though Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was overshadowed by Parasite, the Oscars taking place so early on February 9 – the earliest ever in its history (the earliest prior to this year was Feb 22) – was a clear enough signal, especially combined with the fact that Parasite‘s director, Bong Joon-ho, is 50 years old (just like Jennifer Lopez in the Super Bowl)…

…and the fact that the stage design was (among other things) a stylized celestial orbit.

Sirius B would be at the farthest point (apoapsis) from the audience…

Oh, there it is.

Just lurking in the back all night long…

…without anyone (else) noticing.

The rabbit hole goes much much deeper. This is just the tip of the iceberg or the “blue pill”.

In 2020, some of us will go through the Janus mirror… as the bifurcation begins.

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— Addendum February 17 —

We can add to the big pile the Best Actress Oscar winner Renee Zellweger

…who also happens to be 50 years old just like Parasite‘s Bong Joon-ho, both born in 1969. It’s actually also the year of Judy Garland‘s death who Zellweger played in “Judy” (2019) for which she just won the Oscar! (To underscore the point the movie focuses on her final year i.e. 1968-1969.)

Judy Garland is best know for her role in Wizard of Oz (1939), a girl from Kansas in Oz, resonating with this year’s Super Bowl one week before the Oscars where the Chiefs from Kansas City (technically in Missouri) became champions for the first time in… 50 years (by beating the “49ers”).

Halftime show featuring Jennifer Lopez 50 years old.

A very real pattern… with serious implications for the coming months.

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