You are witnessing human alchemy in real time through a ritual of a mask. It is Carl Jung’s “Becoming Osiris”. Let me explain, not from my words but by the Word of God.
Revelation 17:5 And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY (musterion), BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.
Musterion (hidden thing, secret, mystery) is from a derivative of (μύω) muō (to shut the mouth); a secret or ” mystery” (through the idea of silence imposed by initiation into religious rites). muō is related to panthema. “The verb μυω (muo) and its future form μυσω (muso) predominantly means to shut (of eyes or the mouth), but with the secondary meaning of to cover, to hide or to be just under the surface. Our verb μυω (muo), meaning to be covered, and its derivation μυστηριον (musterion) meaning discovery, are obviously closely akin the verb λανθανω (lanthano) and its derivation αληθεια (aletheia), meaning truth.” (https://www.abarim-publications.com/DictionaryG/m/m-u-om.html#.Xw-CaRhlA0N)
3453 myéō (akin to 3466 /mystḗrion, “mystery”) – properly, shutting the eyes and mouth to experience mystery; (figuratively) initiated into the wonderful “mystery revelation” of learning to be content in Christ in every scene of life – no exceptions! See also 3804 /páthēma (“suffering”). [The metaphor was also used of “the initiatory rites of the pagan mysteries. ‘I have been initiated’ ” (WS, 893).] Muo is related to 3804 páthēma (from 3958 /pásxō, “the capacity to feel strong emotion, like suffering”) – properly, the capacity and privilege of experiencing strong feeling; felt, deep emotion, like agony, passion (ardent desire), suffering, etc. (Helps Word-Studies)
“You’re being ritually initiated into the new order. You may not realize it. But in occult magic, the victim doesn’t have to be knowledgeable of the meaning behind what he or she is being told to do. The performance of the ritual itself – on demand — is all that matters…If you don’t think wearing the mask quite literally changes people, as the Encyclopedia Britannica states in the quote above, think about all of the masked “Karens” (“wild, dirty, low-caste man” and Congress from Catherine – from the two and Persian for Qaran) you’ve seen online videos of, wildly chasing people who aren’t wearing masks down the road, publicly berating them for not wearing masks, and screaming at them that there’s “blood on their hands” for not masking up like good little boys and girls always should.” S.B.
“A form of disguise or concealment usually worn over or in front of the face to hide the identity of a person and by its own features to establish another being….The person who wears the mask is also considered to be in direct association with the mask’s spirit force and is consequently exposed to like personal danger of being affected by it.…Upon donning the mask, the wearer sometimes undergoes a psychic change, and, as in a trance, assumes the spirit character depicted by the mask…But often the wearer [of the mask] seems to become psychologically one with the character he is helping to create. He seems to become an automaton, without his own will, which has become subservient to that of the personage of the mask.” – Encyclopedia Britannica
1530s, “a cover for the face (with openings for the eyes and mouth), a false face,” from Middle French masque “covering to hide or guard the face” (16c.), from Italian maschera, from Medieval Latin masca “mask, specter, nightmare,” a word of uncertain origin.
Figurative meaning “anything used or practiced for disguise or concealment” is by 1570s.
1560s, “to take part in a masquerade” (a sense now obsolete); 1580s as “to wear a mask,” also “disguise (feelings, etc.) under an assumed outward show;” from mask (n.) and French masquer. Military sense of “conceal” (a battery, etc.) from the view of the enemy” is from 1706. Related: Masked; masking. Masking tape recorded from 1927; so called because it is used to block out certain surfaces before painting.
Mask is from Arabic maskharah مَسْخَرَۃٌ “buffoon”, from the verb sakhira “to ridicule”. However, it may also come from Provençal mascarar “to black (the face)”. Hebrew masecha= “mask”; Arabic maskhara مَسْخَرَ = “he ridiculed, he mocked”, masakha مَسَخَ = “he transfomed”
Occult-World.com, states about the wearing of masks: “Ancient peoples understood well the power of the mask. Evidence of mask-wearing in prehistoric societies shows that masks may have been intended to transform the wearer magically.… The mask has been revered as a sacred object of power, a living thing that either has its own persona or represents the persona of another being. It enables the wearer magically to bring to life, and even become, the persona or spirit being represented by the mask.…The mask is a mediator between the ego and archetype, the mundane [i.e., worldly] and the supernatural, the sacred and the comic. It connects the present to the past, the individual to the entire collective of race, culture, country—and humanity.”
What is a mask essentially? Something not essential. To be someone you are not. To be like The cattle of the field that are yoked with a muzzle. You are submitting to the world and are handing over your submission from God. The wearing of a mask is a token of submission to Mystery Babylon and an initiation rite according to mystery religions and a historical context. According to Scripture, The mask is related to Mystery Babylon. To shut your eyes and mouth through confusion to the mystery of God.
“It’s an initiation into a new order. But it’s also a transformation of the self into a new position in that new order. Under the sway of the occult ritualist, you, being mouth-masked, are no longer the person you used to be. You’re no longer a designated mouthpiece of God on this earth. You’re suddenly demoted and re-assigned to the position of obedient subject.
Symbolically, you become a serf in the new order. That’s your new role…your new identity… as represented by the wearing of mask. The wearing of the mask is simply part of the initiation ritual used to visually and psychologically signal your consent to this new arrangement. Yes, by wearing the mask, you’re signaling your consent to accept a new and very different position in a new global order.” – Steve Barwick (https://haveyenotread.com/occult-ritual-transformation-and-coronavirus/)
You have 4 choices to make as far as a mask goes. 1) wear it in order to go out to public places. 2) don’t wear it and stay home and get everything online. 3) get a shemagh and mess with everyone’s head because this works in this psychological war. 4) don’t wear anything and expect the worse from the mentally ill. I do 4 & 3.
Here is a article from avoidthemark.com that has been since taken down. We know why. I will post ot in its entirety.
“Julian Huxley once wrote that the basic elements in cultural transmission and transformation are psychological. This is how we change. Since time immemorial, high rituals have been performed to transform reality.
Ritual is a spiritual psycho-drama of consciousness; a deliberate action taken to facilitate change; changes to the whole of the environment people exist in, starting with the mental landscape of the people themselves; “the place where our reality exists is first born in a dream.”
Artist Sharon Devlin once bluntly described the true purpose of ritual as being a:
“… method to alter one’s mind. It’s a sacred drama in which you are the audience as well as the participant. And the purpose of it is to activate parts of the mind that are not activated by everyday activity.”
Ritual facilitates the mechanics of change through specific mechanisms; a rhythm to sync to; to merge and flow with; a magnetic draw, drawing one on the path toward transmutation.
Rituals are vehicles driving home those ideas; the information, the data, the symbols which upon transmission create the language by which new society members communicate after they are initiated.
This new language imparts a new understanding through definitions that the ritual generates.
A ritual initiation introduces and inducts one into “the way”; a new way of life or world view; a program to guide beliefs and actions, enabling the initiate to become a full and true member of the new society.
Note that ritual isn’t always a conscious action. Not everyone partaking in a ritual is made explicitly aware that they are participants. And yet, still, new patterns of thoughts, of significance, are drummed in; conscious or not of the ritual in which the initiate is partaking.
The three stages of an initiation ritual
An initiation ritual typically involves three stages.
Let’s see if any of this sounds familiar to you.
The first stage is isolation for purification.
In this stage, the initiate is separated from the mundane. Did you know that mundane literally means “of the world?”
The initiate is largely removed from the otherwise familiar persons, places and things that they’re used to in order to be “cleared” of them.
An initiate is forced to become detached and insulated, purged and “purified.”
An essential element of this separation from one’s typical environment is the suspension of the normal rules of living that one is used to; the normal way.
Most of the initiate’s senses will become commanded and regulated at this time. In other words, the majority of what the initiate sees, hears, smells, touches and tastes, is deliberately controlled.
WOULD JESUS TAKE A GOVERNMENT-MANDATED VACCINE?
In the ritual, these senses may be bombarded, modified, limited or deprived. But, regardless, perceptions and experiences are ultimately overseen by the high priest and priestesses directing the ritual’s performance.
The ritual enables new light to shine through a newly opened window of thoughts.
With nowhere else to go except the places that we’re “allowed,” the insulated, isolated, initiated may be forced to confront his or her own reflection and inner shadows that have been ignored or buried somewhere deep beneath the average day-to-day.
These things suddenly become unavoidable.
Triggers are detonated; another purge.
Just as they involve surrender, initiation rituals also involve sacrifice; both the tangible that can be held in the hand, and the intangible, such as behaviors, must be given up by requirement.
After all, for something to be “given,” something must also be taken; a token of submission, an ounce of blood; a pound of clay to be remolded.
Whether dramatically overt or deceitfully subtle, the ritual reinterprets reality; a new definition of reality is given. Training in the form of new behaviors and knowledge, including myths and codes are introduced.
Things necessary for new members to function properly in the society they’re being inducted into are all imbued during this time.
Repetition is typical, as its use helps hammer home the spell on the initiates.
The wearing of masks for the initiates
The wearing of masks during an initiation ritual is almost always required. Masking has traditionally played an important role in the rituals of these kinds.
Masks hasten the suppression of ego to help facilitate the death of the old identity before the identification with, and the manifestation of, a new identity.
Disguised under a mask and hidden away, the initiate is more easily able to transcend the self; pushed forward toward that invisible line between the physical and spiritual realms.
Trauma is yet another key aspect of this kind of initiation ceremony. It’s used mostly to personalize the fear of death.
Sometimes in the ritual, the act of dying is ceremonially role played; the dark beyond the darkness; the yawning abyss.
Only after death is confronted can the initiated by symbolically resurrected and reborn anew.
While the process that is playing out is quite coordinated and sophisticated in reality, it may be executed in a purposefully confusing manner; so that the goalposts seem to keep moving back and forth, up and down, here now there immediately after.
This renders the initiate unable to find solid mental ground from which to make logical sense of anything.
This disorientation is key in the transformation ritual.
The uncertain timing generates a general anxiety, further removing the initiate from reality while leaving him or her more susceptible to a type of pavlovian conditioning.
This weakens the defenses just as a virus would. Only this has the potential to break down the individual much more completely than a virus.
Whatever the finer details, the previous way of life is shed like an old skin at the end of the ritual; an end that comes before the new beginning.
The change begins.
This is the second phase; the transition. As the old self symbolically dies and passes away, the initiate descends into a state of liminality; a sort of fever-dream purgatory-nowhere land; the void in the middle.
Thus, the old self dies as the initiate is purified. The initiate is now a white room; a blank canvass washed, primed and desperate for paint; a tabula rasa.
At the same time his old existence and way of life dies, the initiate transcending it is gradually being processed, reprogrammed and incorporated into his new environment; reformed, reconstituted and rebirthed into the new world that awaits at the end of the tunnel.
At some point in the future, we will see the final phase of the transformation ritual; integration.
Does any of what’s been described in this article sound familiar to you?
The only question that remains is: do you consent?”
The Death Mask of Egypt
“Many people interested in Egypt are familiar with funerary masks, used to cover the face of a mummy. An example, of course, is the famous funerary mask of Tutankhamun now in the Egyptian Antiquities Museum in Cairo, though certainly most funerary masks were not made of solid gold. However, living persons in ancient Egypt might have employed transformational spells to assume nonhuman forms. Specifically, masked priests, priestesses or magicians, disguising themselves as divine beings such as Anubis or Beset, almost assuredly assumed such identities to exert the powers associated with those deities. Funerary masks and other facial coverings for mummies emphasized the ancient Egyptian belief in the fragile state of transition that the dead would have to successfully transcend in their physical and spiritual journey from this world to their divine transformation in the next. Hence, whether worn by the living or the dead, masks played a similar role of magically transforming an individual from a mortal to a divine state.” (http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/masks.htm)
So we know there is a alchemical transformation going on here in the guise of psychology. The Cult of the Mask.
I was trying to put my finger on it. Who do these maskies look like with those big dumb maxipads covering their mouths? Tell me that a monkeys face doesn’t look like it has a mask on. Let’s argue that we are(n’t) living in the Planet of the Apes now.
Does the armour of God recommend a mask? No. That is your mouthpiece to not be muzzled like an ox.
When I first saw the new mask logo for Killafornia, I had to do a double take. It looked like a devil with horns. 😈
Let me ask again. Is your government that is governed by a governor, a “terror unto good works” yet? Romans 13 decides.
“masks are uncomfortable and inconvenient, as anyone who has worn them can testify” and require a great deal of “discipline, self-imposed or other.” Edwin Jordan 1927.
If a mask didn’t work during a real pandemic in 1918, why now?
“The primary purpose of wearing a mask is not to prevent a healthy person from getting sick, but rather to prevent people already infected from contaminating others through casual contact.”
Fake virus, wear a mask. You can tell that those wearing masks militantly are the ones who are mentally sick.
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