10. Secrets of the Owl: Part 3.2 – Purple Haze, all in my brain

Before getting started here I strongly recommend that you read the posts below, in fact it’s imperative that you do, or else this will be like opening a book in the middle and you won’t have a clue what’s going on!

  1. Secrets of Cymatics, DNA, and Egyptians
  2. Leylines: An Introduction
  3. Leylines: Part 2
  4. Obelisks and City Plans
  5. Secrets of the Owl: Part 1 – Links to the Ancients
  6. Secrets of the Owl: Part 2 – Owls, Owls Everywhere
  7. Secrets of the Owl: Part 2.1 – Festivals of Fire
  8. Secrets of the Owl: Part 2.2 – An Introduction to Synchronicity
  9. Secrets of the Owl: Part 3.1 – Capitol Hill and Dollar Bills

 

In post 3.1 I showed you that

  1. The owl and dollar bill have been designed into the Capitol grounds in more ways than just the giant owl shape.
  2. The painting on the underside of the Capitol building dome has several key features:
    • E Pluribus Unum, which also appears on the dollar and means “Out of many, one”… this is critical in relation to how religious bodies are now uniting.
    • George Washington is depicted as Jupiter/Zeus.
    • The painting is called “The Apotheosis of Washington (a.k.a Jupiter/Zeus)
  3. The dollar bill includes many key messages, including
    • Alpha and Omega
    • “Mason” Anagram in a hexagram
    • Lots of 13’s
    • 9/11, which is depicted on the folded dollar bills

 

In this post, we’re going to get hazy as we delve into the significance of the colour purple.

 

As you’ll recall from last post, the colour purple appears on the cloth that George Washington is draped in on the painting in the Capitol, as well as the artistic depiction of Jimi Hendrix.

 

The colour purple appears seemingly everywhere else too….

First off, purple is the colour of the royal families. Notice in the photo that even the carpet and curtains in the Royal Palaces are purple!

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The pope also often wears the colour purple:

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The Purple Heart is a United States military decoration awarded in the name of the President to those wounded or killed while serving, on or after April 5, 1917, with the U.S. military. Notice that it includes the profile of George Washington of all people…

Corporate logos:

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The London night tube service logo is purple… and also an owl (as discussed in Owls, Owls Everywhere):

 

 

Future companies…

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Incidentally, Warwick University in England – where I in fact studied, recently changed its logo to include the colour purple.

Not only that, they also decided to include a pyramid, flanked with yellow (sun) and blue (moon) either side, and with white light (“the light-bearer”…) raised up in the middle…

Warwick also organizes One World Week, “the largest student-run international event”, which undoubtedly fosters the mentality “required” for the future NWO “Global Neighbourhood“…

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In cartoons…

In movies:

 

In sports:

 

 

In music:

Some notable songs/artists (here are some more with “purple” in the song title)…

  • Deep Purple
  • Purple Pills – Eminem &D12
  • Purple Stain – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • Purple Heather – Rod Stewart
  • Purple Rain – Prince
  • Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix

I will scrutinize the lyrics for Purple Rain and Purple Haze shortly once I’ve shown you something…

 

Here’s the reason why purple is so important, in a nutshell:

Needless to say, if you mix blue and red, you get purple:

Here’s the queen wearing her favourite colour:

…. And here she is with her masonic nurse. Masonic nurses uniforms are red and blue, which symbolizes purple. Notice that belt buckle too, which has some familiar symbols…

Red and blue is everywhere around you as well…

Politics:

  • Democrat vs Republican
  • Torries vs Labour
  • Right vs Left

In sports (often in big inter-city rivalries):

  • Chelsea vs Arsenal
  • Everton vs Liverpool
  • Manchester City vs Manchester United
  • FC Porto vs Benfica
  • Inter Milan vs AC Milan
  • Bayern Munich (both red and blue) vs 1860 Munich
  • Atletico Madrid (both red and blue) vs Real Madrid (white/purple)
  • New York Yankees vs Boston Red Sox
  • Toronto Maple Leafs vs Ottawa Senators/Montreal Canadiens
  • Colorado Avalanche vs Detroit Red Wings
  • New York Rangers vs New Jersey Devils

Red (1st) and blue (2nd) are the two most popular colours on national flags as well. Here are some notable examples:

Most significantly, notice how the majority of the most powerful nations in the world have both red and blue on their flags…

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Russia
  • France
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • South Korea

      

…. and the others have either red (Japan, China) or blue (Israel):

  

 

Emergency vehicles have blue and red lights:

 

And guess what phone number emergency services has… 911

 

Red and blue also appears in many well-known logos, in sports, business, politics, etc…

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Here’s something crazy… I passed over London Bridge on Friday night (which was the same day the Munich shooting took place, 22/7), and Tower Bridge was lit up in purple, with smaller red and blue lights lit too…

European cities lit up their monuments with Belgian and French flags earlier this year when events in those countries happened, but this time they light up one of the most famous landmarks with Purple, blue, and red?! Surely not a coincidence…

I also caught the Shard Saurons all-seeing eye with its capstone lit up in full moonlight.

 

Also notice the perfect reflection of the purple towers in the water too… It is quite stunning “as above, so below” symbolism… which is actually quite common as monuments are placed in front of a water to achieve that effect, such as the Washington Monument (see below).

 

 

Now to start to explain why specifically blue and red are chosen to be the primary colours of vast importance…

This will seem really random and probably not seem at all relevant, but just go with it for now, as it will become clear later…

I can’t explain this in its entirety here without it being confusing at this stage, but rest assured that it will become clear – and  be mind-blowingly awesome (next level stuff, trust me!), after a few more posts.

This introduction to optics will be fascinating nonetheless I hope.

 

Red and Blue in Optics

We’re going to start by looking at the Doppler Effect, which should introduce why red and blue are important in the visible spectrum:

Doppler Effect:

Doppler effect is defined as an increase (or decrease) in the frequency of sound, light, or other waves as the source and observer move towards (or away from) each other.

To give you a rough idea, in sound the effect causes the sudden change in pitch noticeable in a passing siren:

 

A blueshift is any decrease in wavelength, with a corresponding increase in frequency (ie. you see the lines on the circle below pushed together), of an electromagnetic wave; the opposite effect is referred to as redshift:

In visible light, this shifts the color from the red end of the spectrum to the blue end.

doppler

 

Notice that blue and red are at either end of the visible spectrum and as such play vital roles in how we decode light, as in between them are all the other colour bands we can visibly see. Red and blue are thus the two most important colours in our vision.

Don’t worry if you don’t understand this super-technically, just note that blue and red are critical in how we process visible light and moving objects.

 

3D Anaglyph Glasses

The most common type of 3D glasses we see and of course recall whenever we think about them are the variety with blue and red lenses. They’re referred to as 3D anaglyph glasses producing a 3D image through anaglyph color filtering. The blue lens filters out all the red light while the red lens filters all the blue light.

The differently colored lenses allow our eyes to capture two different angles of an image, or two different images entirely.  The brain then merges one image with the other, resulting in a ‘popping’ effect with a unified image jumping off the screen or the photo.

Anaglyph 3D is the name given to the stereoscopic 3D effect achieved by means of encoding each eye’s image using filters of different (usually chromatically opposite) colors, typically red and cyan (i.e. blue). Anaglyph 3D images contain two differently filtered colored images, one for each eye. When viewed through the “color-coded” “anaglyph glasses”, each of the two images reaches the eye it’s intended for, revealing an integrated stereoscopic image. The visual cortex of the brain fuses this into perception of a three-dimensional scene or composition.

 

 

How information gets from the eye to the brain. (from here)

Look at these lovely diagrams, then read the similarly lovely explanation:

      

 

  1. Objects seen in a visual field are detected on the opposite retinal side – eg. the left temporal field is detected on the left nasal retina.
  2. The axons of the ganglion cells of the retina form the optic nerve. This passes through the optic canal to the base of the brain, where the two nerves meet in the optic chiasm.
  3. In the optic chiasm, the temporal visual fields swap to the opposite side of the brain from their side of origin – eg. The left temporal field passes to the right lateral geniculate nucleus.
  4. The LGN sends action potentials to the visual cortex, in the occipital lobe. The different types of visual information are processed simultaneously in different parts of the cerebral cortex before they are reintegrated to produce our sight, and perceptions/reflexes based on it.

Obviously, its way more complex than this, and bits and pieces are processed in completely different places as well, but it’ll do.

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Things to note:

  1. the image of the retina is inverted:

2.  Only the optic nerves from the nasal halves of the retina’s actually cross in the at the chiasm in the skull. The colour scheme in the diagram below is slightly different compared to the images above so don’t get confused by that. I just want to use it to illustrate clearly that it is the nasal halves (i.e. shown here in blue) that cross:

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Now, lets look at what a chiasm is:

In rhetoric, chiasmus (Latin term from Greek χίασμα, “crossing”, from the Greek χιάζω, chiázō, “to shape like the letter Χ”) is the figure of speech in which two or more clauses are related to each other through a reversal of structures in order to make a larger point; that is, the clauses display inverted parallelism.

Chiasmus represented as an “X” structure. When read left to right, top to bottom, the first topic (A) is reiterated as the last, and the middle concept (B) appears twice in succession.

Chiasmus was particularly popular in the literature of the ancient world, including Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, where it was used to articulate the balance of order within the text. As a popular example, many long and complex chiasmi have been found in Shakespeare and the Greek and Hebrew texts of the Bible.[1][2] It is also found throughout the Quran[3] and the Book of Mormon.[4][5]

Today, chiasmus is applied fairly broadly to any “criss-cross” structure, although in classical rhetoric it was distinguished from other similar devices, such as the antimetabole. In its classical application, chiasmus would have been used for structures that do not repeat the same words and phrases, but invert a sentence’s grammatical structure or ideas. The concept of chiasmus on a higher level, applied to motifs, turns of phrase, or whole passages, is called chiastic structure.

The elements of simple chiasmus are often labelled in the form A B B A, where the letters correspond to grammar, words, or meaning. For example John F. Kennedy said, “ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.

 

 

Just kidding.

I will show you some incredible stuff from this later on… all you need to do for now is to keep these three points in mind:

  1. the image of the retina is inverted;
  2. the nasal halves of the retina are the only ones that cross; and
  3. the chiastic structure of the nerves crossing can be described as “ABBA”

 

 

Don’t worry, we’ll come back to this stuff later and it will all make sense. 😉

 

Moving on to something that’ll make more sense (or not…)… music lyrics!

We’re going to look at Purple Rain by Prince, and then Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix. Music videos are posted below the lyrics.

The relevance of this might not be clear right now, but you will be able to look back at this in a few posts time with new eyes…

In any case, see if you can notice any direct links to the things we discussed above (i.e. the colour purple and optics…). It should be easy, because I’ve colour-coded it all for you!

 

 

 

Purple Rain by Prince

I never meant to cause you any sorrow
I never meant to cause you any pain
I only wanted to one time to see you laughing
I only wanted to see you
Laughing in the purple rain

Purple rain, purple rain
Purple rain, purple rain
Purple rain, purple rain
I only wanted to see you
Bathing in the purple rain

I never wanted to be your weekend lover
I only wanted to be some kind of friend
Baby, I could never steal you from another
It’s such a shame our friendship had to end

Purple rain, purple rain
Purple rain, purple rain
Purple rain, purple rain
I only wanted to see you
Underneath the purple rain

Honey, I know, I know
I know times are changing
It’s time we all reach out
For something new, that means you too

You say you want a leader
But you can’t seem to make up your mind
I think you better close it
And let me guide you to the purple rain

Purple rain, purple rain
Purple rain, purple rain
If you know what I’m singing about up here
C’mon, raise your hand* ….. (*like one hand up, one hand down…?)

Purple rain, purple rain
I only want to see you
Only want to see you (… he repeats that line at the end  of the song, must be important…)
In the purple rain

 

If you’re curious about the Egyptian root for his symbol below you can read a bit about it here.
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Now lets look at Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix.

 

 

Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix

Purple haze, all in my brain
Lately things they don’t seem the same
Actin’ funny, but I don’t know why
Excuse me while I kiss the sky

Purple haze, all around
Don’t know if I’m comin’ up or down
Am I happy or in misery?
What ever it is, that girl put a spell on me

Help me
Help me
Oh, no, no

[…]

Purple haze all in my eyes
Don’t know if it’s day or night
You got me blowin’, blowin’ my mind
Is it tomorrow, or just the end of time?

 

 

As I said, not much of that will make sense to you right now, but we’ll refer back to this stuff later for some mind blowing revelations!

 

Now, one last thing to wrap this up and lead us into the next post.

 

Remember the (purple) royal crown?…

Kings Royal CrownThere are two main symbols which feature prominently on it: the fleur-de-lis, and the templars cross.

Kings Royal Crown

Considering that this is the royal crown, you’d think that the fleur-de-lis and templars cross must have enormous symbolic importance to get to feature in as many hugely important places as it does…

This is especially true for the the templars cross which is the centerpiece of not only the crown, but also appears around the White House and all over the Pope’s robes…

 

 

In the next post we will look at what could make the templars cross so important.

 

Until then, here’s a clue for you to mull over:

… A templars cross makes 4 corners…

 

To be continued

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