an I interrupt your daydreaming for a moment and throw you a quick bucket of water in the form of a brief analysis of my own personal troubled psyche? Are you ready? I asked you a question! Are you ready to take off? Oh, you better be!
This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill—the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill—you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Remember: all I’m offering is the truth. Nothing more.
Emerging from the sometimes literally psychedelic period of Greco – Egyptian syncretism, Hermanubis is a hybrid form of the Egyptian funerary god, Anubis, and the Greek messenger-trickster, Hermes. The combination of the two provides a psychopomp par excellence. He is depicted as having the body of Hermes and the head of Anubis. His most famous surviving statue is viewable in the Vatican Museum.
So 2018 is the Chinese year of the Dog (I can hear my neighbour’s husky barking about when i’m typing these letters). I don’t know a better timing to write and post this chapter from Gordon White’s excellent book, “The Chaos Protocols” about Dog-Headed Deities and Archetypes and HIGH STRANGENESS, then at this particular moment. Don’t shoot the messenger, but rather thank the deputy and give him some credit. (that would be me). After all we’re on the glorious live-hunt for those nasty and sneaky Archons. As you may probably already tell, I really, really enjoyed reading this book (read it twice now), and I KNOW it can change your world view on so many levels. It’s also a rich practical guide and it arms you with a vast range of spells and rituals for overcoming this “black iron prison” we find ourselves in. …But enough of my ramble. Locked and loaded, let’s get to the actual meat!
The revealer of mysteries of the lower world, not of hell or hades, but of our Earth (the lowest world in the chain of worlds), and also of the sexual mysteries. He was always represented with a cross in his hand, one of the earliest symbols of generation or procreation.