Context: Super Torch Ritual has been highlighting the “pentagonal Stargate” as a key theme since last October, something being expressed again and again through world events on many levels of reality. And now following a string of major confirmations this winter, we just witnessed on the night of March 4th the theme’s latest manifestation at the 90th Oscars in Los Angeles…
A human inside a pyramid…
[Stargate Origins – Feb 14-Mar 8, 2018]
The visually striking stage design…
…was the Stargate. Pentagonal Stargate, in your face.
There it was, the pentagon, in the middle of everything.
All the “stars” who walked onto the stage – the host, presenters and winners – stood directly on the pentagon during the show. Stars + pentagon + gate/hole = Pentagonal Stargate.
Not as obvious as these recent, headline-making pentagons…
…but just as if not more dramatic nonetheless. So much so it practically screamed “the Stargate is open!”
But to hear this message one had to be cognizant of the pentagon on the floor and its significance, which most viewers weren’t. (This wasn’t helped by the fact that brilliant streaks of light and sparkles moved people’s visual attention away from the pentagon, probably by design.)
Multicontextually speaking what we saw at the Oscars was the same Stargate we saw at the PyeongChang Olympics which had concluded only a week earlier.
Now recall that the Olympics heavily involved The Fifth Element Code…
[“Fifth Element” symbol]
[Emblem of Pyeongchang]
And note that actor Gary Oldman won Best Actor at the Oscars for his role in Darkest Hour. He plays the main antagonist “Zorg” in The Fifth Element.
Darkest Hour is about Winston Churchill and Nazi Germany during World War II. Stargate Origins, the latest Stargate series debuting right during the Olympics, heavily involves the Nazis and is set around the beginning of World War II. The Olympics opening ceremony also started with a bell that we quickly interpreted as an allusion to the Nazi “Bell”, Die Glocke, a bell-shaped stargate time machine the Third Reich was supposedly working on during the war.
Stargate Origins focuses on the early days of the Stargate saga immediately following its discovery at Giza, prominently featuring the “Eye of Ra“.
Which can explain big eye shape of the Oscar Stargate.
Plus the Eye of Ra or the Eye of Horus (more or less interchangeable) can imply Deep Impact. It was in NASA’s Deep Impact mission patch:
All about space rock impact…
Resonating with the very first conversation in Stargate Origins mentioning the Stargate could be made of melted meteorite…
As well as with our strange interstellar friend Oumuamua…
Nov 20, 2017 “Like Nothing Seen Before”: interstellar asteroid
Nov 20 Wow! 1st Interstellar Asteroid Is Spinning Space Cigar
Dec 11 Astronomers checking anomalous interstellar object “Oumuamua” for signs of alien technology
Dec 14 No Signs of Life Yet on Oumuamua
Feb 13, 2018 Something violent in Oumuamua’s past
…which as we discussed in Stargate Wars – Part 1 is very much embedded in the same Stargate pattern that started last fall and, along with December’s Pentagon UFO investigation disclosure (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program), brings into the picture the idea of… extraterrestrials.
Even at the Oscars the idea of “Contact” was hinted through Helen Mirren who had a big presence there and even handed the best actor Oscar to Gary Oldman (Darkest Hour, Fifth Element). As you may recall Mirren played a Russian astronaut in the movie 2010: The Year We Make Contact. (2010 interacts with 2018 in a way that’s very consistent with what we’ve been discussing in this article but we won’t go into that here).
Helen Mirren also jokingly introduced a jet ski at the Oscars (which was to be given to whoever gave the shortest acceptance speech)…
Contact via watery Stargate.
But there is a big twist…
Potentially an earthshaking, deep impact twist.