DWELLERS OF THE THRESHOLD:
SATURNALIAN INFLUENCE AT THE VATICAN
Last night I was reading about a mass sighting of a UFO in Argentina. This sighting was seen by thousands of people and many more people in Chile also recorded this sighting. I was sifting through the Spanish websites looking for explanations about the sightings and while the video shows what looks like an impressive space platform, the authorities have said that what was seen was quite possibly a huge swath of meteorites raining down on earth.
Either way the footage is compelling. I was also reading further on some of the Spanish websites dealing with UFO’s and it was quite interesting to see that there is still a buzz on the Latino websites about the Argentine Pope and the Vatican’s obsession with aliens.
I decide to read more about the Pope and my studies eventually led me to the Pope’s coat of arms. I was noticing that above the shield is the prominent red Saturno hat that represents Saturn and remembered that original Roman state was called Saturni. I could not help but notice that the influence of Saturn was prominent and that if you recall Saturn has been called the “Dark Father” in mythology.
The Spanish or Latin word for Pope is “papa” and of course with dots fully connected I was thinking that the Saturnalian influence of the “Dark Papa” brings back memories of the “black pope” of prophecy and again begging us to look again into the possibility that Pope Francis is the “Black Pope” that was spoken of in the Malachy prophecy.
There was a book I read a long time ago about Saturn and Mars and how both planets have always been the key players in the theories of extraterrestrials. The book is called “Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil” written by Liz Greene and in it she says that Saturn rules the dweller on the threshold experience.
In order to clarify her statement one must understand that there is a so-called “Dweller on the Threshold” an entity that many believe is fiction; however, the entity itself is profane remnant of collective vision of an “alien” for lack of a better euphemism.
Author Bulwer-Lytton called “The Dweller on the Threshold” an invisible malevolent entity that attaches to a human being. It is a creation that has been manifested by humans that is waiting to come down and reveal itself.
In theosophical literature, Helena P. Blavatsky affirms that the Dweller is not a fictitious entity. It is the discarded astral double of an individual in a previous life that may not have fully disintegrated yet when that individual is reborn. Thus the dweller will be drawn to the new incarnated personality due to their affinity. Sometimes this entity is also called Guardian of the Threshold.
There are some people who claim that they see these beings when they have out of body or near death experiences. There is also the same type of description of hybridized human forms or doppelgangers seen in alien abductions.
The UFO experience has taken a back seat to the many theorists of our day giving us points to ponder with historic accounts of ancient aliens. However the truth is that even though the attempts of demonstrating a rich history in such accounts, there is also a spiritual or religious interest in such matters and it is also spilling over into politics as we see that a UFO congress had hearings recently giving their accounts of the UFO alien reality to the press.
The debate continues over exactly what the truth is behind the sightings of anomalous objects that are above the earth. The U.S. Air Force has explained on many occasions that a lot of what is seen can be explained.
However, with the obsession of extra-terrestrial mythology and reality, every bright light, shooting star, experimental plane, and weather anomaly can end up on the front pages of tabloid newspapers and on special fringe news programs labeled as bona fide extra-terrestrial craft with the acronym UFO attached to it.
Special effects wizards can create on a computer grid, creatures that once occupied our darkest nightmares from dinosaurs to slimy tentacled aliens with acidic blood and gnashing teeth.
They are fun to watch with a fist full of popcorn at a matinee but when they are made to deliberately fool you then we start to see the devaluing of the subject matter.
I enjoy Science fiction myself and I embrace the enduring wonder and the introduction of aliens in the pop culture, however not everyone is enchanted by ‘Star Wars’ or the geekiness of ‘Star Trek’. People complain that every where they look there is a buggy-eyed alien looking back at them.
The end result is future shock, a term that is applicable when we begin to have media bombard us with one particular way of thinking. This creates a tune out factor and prejudice that blocks out any information that may be valuable.
This is unfortunate. The UFO has lost its charm in some circles and many people are distancing themselves from the cartoonish alien grays that have now made their way into beer commercials, children’s animation and ads for fast food.
This may be tainting serious research and creating a bit of noise that detours the researcher from taking baby steps in gathering sound research in order to form a detailed hypothesis about such matters.
The literature available about UFO’s is abundant and the obsession of such topics is evident as we see many people cash in on every new age philosophy and whim. The trouble is that the faith in UFO’s and their oogly alien pilots may be premature when you consider that we have thrown all logic off kilter and anthropomorphized many aspects of the possibility of life forms outside of earth.
The UFO mythos has already had a hand in uniting culture, and it is evident that mankind has an interest if not in the mythological sense about life that exists in other realms of the universe.
It doesn’t matter if you believe or don’t believe in aliens or UFO’s the cultural awakening to the possibility is as vibrant and valid as a belief or non belief in God. Mythologies are sacred in some circles and in others are dismissed, and yet the archetypes in them never leave us. They continue in other forms, and with even more manifestation that leaves skeptics curious and hardens the resolve of the true believers.
Myths based on truths are what shape world view. Myths also shape world spiritual views and within religious and the political spectrum those views are powerful determinants in what we as a people feel is good or evil.
Jacques Vallée has pointed out, “If UFOs are acting at the mythic and spiritual level it will be almost impossible to detect it by conventional methods.”
However in the political and scientific world this will not stand, and many skeptics will not be satisfied until they are able to kick the tires and honk the horn of an extraterrestrial urban transport vehicle.
On numerous occasions photographs and video have been presented for scrutiny. There have been allegations of physical effects on humans. We have collected radar data, there are radiation signatures left behind wherever these craft are seen, and there is also the reports of abductees that report physical trauma.
To say that the phenomenon has not had an effect on the cultural world view is disingenuous.
Carl Jung, who has been spoken of many times on Ground Zero, has said many times that the UFO mythos is a scientific phenomenon that triggers a religious response and that what may be coming to our future is the advent of what we have called the second incarnation.
The mythos and the reality is molding man into thinking that there must be an externalized savior waiting for us in the cosmos.
Many people who see themselves as religious may find the reality of extra-terrestrials threatening and have resolved to calling it a lie, or a staged manipulation in order to create a necessity for a globalist government that is united against a manufactured enemy from heaven.
Jung was actually watching the slow and painful death of modern Christianity. It probably is not far from the truth to speculate the replacement of the old religion is a new religion that will be influenced by the old Saturnalian mythology of the Dwellers or Watchers of the threshold.
We may be in the process of accepting the polytheistic mythos of guardians that are remnants of ourselves waiting at the door of heaven waiting to arrive and attach themselves to our consciousness making us a part of one big alien hive mind.
“The dominating idea of a mediator and god who became man, after having thrust the old polytheistic beliefs into the background, is now in its turn on the point of evaporating. Untold millions of so called Christians have lost their belief in a real and living mediator.” — Carl Jung
The view that aliens are diplomats or scientific explorers that are going to arrive to help us with free energy and other wonders of science has been the theme in the new movie ‘Sirius’ produced by Dr. Stephen Greer of the Disclosure Project. Greer has also upped the ante by claiming that he has in his possession an alleged alien measuring about 6 inches tall. The movie also features clips of Monsignor Corrado Balducci, a high ranking Vatican exorcist who went on TV in the 90s saying the existence of UFO’s and aliens was a certainty. This is unbelievable considering the way the Vatican has been very tight lipped on their secret alien searches using high powered telescopes in Arizona.
The problem with the ‘Sirius’ movie is that it almost uses the so-called alien as an afterthought. In the big scheme of it all it says nothing new to those who wish to seek out the truth. It tends to create a conspiracy theory that identifies the bad guys as the military industrial complex, the same bad guys that have control of the banks and complicit in the cover up of free energy. After all of the lecturing and pointing out the bad guys we already know, then we see the alien and by then we really get bogged down in why they have it and why they need it in the first place.
After all, Greer believes that through meditation and other methods he can communicate and actually bring down the extra-terrestrial with something he calls CE-5 or close encounters of the 5th kind. The problem that needs to be addressed is that if his CE-5 methods work then why do we needs a small alien autopsy and why doesn’t he ask the aliens he contacts to present him with these machines.
Once again this brings up the point that I made in the first place about the scientific aspect of aliens that make us think about religious things. The belief becomes a power that attaches itself to us and in essence unites us in a rearranged thought of a power or watcher who comes down from heaven for the purpose of incarnating as a savior.
It has been implied that much of the mythos surrounding the dwellers on the threshold is pure fiction that was pushed by the Theosophists of the early 20th century. However, isn’t it compelling to note that while these beings are allegedly a product of our wicked thoughts, Carl Jung cites that our collective unconscious is creating a need for a newly formed spiritual hierarchy?
The Catholic Church and many others that want disclosure of the alien reality claim that the alien dwellers are simply the custodians of the divine plan for this planet. Television shows like “Ancient Aliens” have used an academic approach to the philosophy that these alien watchers have inspired all the great human achievements, working from behind the scenes through their disciples and masters that can be found in the strongholds of secret societies.
We trust that the masters and self-appointed disciples of the alien mythos will guide us and lead us to what can be seen as the Promethean dawn. However we see now that the influences of Saturn again are rearing their head and the ‘dark father’ or ‘dark papa’ will consecrate the idea that we are about to see the second incarnation of the “old gods” the very so-called fictional dwellers of the threshold or the majesties of the fortresses.
Mankind is now being programmed to turn to the outer world as a group for answers to the question of the alien reality.
This may not be for our benefit.