LCROSS, John Lennon, and the Reality Bomb

Davros assembles 27 planets into 'The Reality Bomb' machine.

Step into my brain for a moment, and today you’ll find the number 27.

I’ve been wondering about the number for days now. 27. Why 27 nations in the EU? Why 27 planets in Dr. Who’s ‘Journey’s End’? Why Mark David Chaptman’s need to write a 27th chapter in Catcher in the Rye?

Numbers have meaning in the occult underbelly of the world. Sacred geometry, metaphysics, numbers, numbers, numbers. Number 6 in The Prisoner longs to determine the identity of Number 1. No names. Just numbers.

Of all the numbers, 27 is a major player.

According to Robert Rosen, author of Nowhere Man, Mark David Chapman believed he could cross over into the world of Holden Caulfield by writing the ’27th Chapter’ to the infamous J.D. Salinger book Catcher in the Rye. How would he write it? In John Lennon’s blood.

Lennon had a lifelong fascination with himself and with numbers. He centered on the singular expression of ‘nine’ (curious if you consider The Nine discussed by Peter Levenda Book One of his series, Sinister Forces). Lennon’s birthday is October 9 (this Friday), the very same day that NASA plans to ‘bomb’ the moon with the LCROSS probe.

As we approach this explosive, almost seminal moment in space exploration, another, more political explosion has happened in Ireland. The stubborn Irish have turned completely around and ratified the Lisbon Treaty. In effect, the same patriots who fought for decades to achieve freedom from outside rule have voted themselves into oblivion. The Lisbon Treaty is the defacto constitution for a unified, far more powerful European Union. And the 27 state entity will now rise up like the ghost of Rome–iron mixed with clay.

But why 27? John Lennon would say it’s the nines. Nine times three. Three cubed. 3-3-3; an occult ‘shorthand’ version of 6-6-6. But where does Dr. Who fit in?

In the final two episodes of the re-imagined Who Season 5, Donna and the Doctor find themselves prisoners of an ancient foe. Davros, creator of the Daleks, has stolen 27 planets, including the Earth, in an effort to construct a massive machine capable of destroying reality itself by canceling the electrical energy of atoms–the Reality Bomb. Since it is actually Jesus Christ who holds all things together, Davros is, in effect, setting out to destroy Christ–playing the role of AntiChrist. The last ‘Time Lord’, as he so often does, plays secular Messiah and saves the Earth and all the other planets by defeating death and the Daleks.

So this Friday, October 9, you can watch NASA’s LCROSS (itself a symbol of Christ) slam into the moon’s north pole, searching for water (the water of life) and think of John Lennon, Dr. Who, and the Catcher in the Rye.

Who knows? You might even hear the networks playing Lennon’s heretical song, Imagine.

Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today…
Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace…

And perhaps we’ll even get a story about EU presidential hopeful Tony Blair, who curiously resigned as Prime Minister of England on the 27th of June, 2007.

Anyway, that’s how my brain works. Scary, huh?

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1 Comment

  1. Lennone Communist lyics are plastic pseudo Liberal intelectualism. Naiive to think such a society would ever have peace where no one owns anything & the Government controls all things & persons.

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