Release the Kraken

“I am going to release the Kraken” – Sydney Katherine Powell

Evidently it also released the Q heads to achieve there “trusting the plan”.

A week ago, Powell announced to Fox Business News that she was “going to release the Kraken.” “Release the Kraken” was said by Liam Neeson in the movie Clash of the Titans. Neeson plays Zeus ie Jupiter in the movie. The plot of the movie centers around the attempt by his brother Hades to plunge the world into chaos and darkness. Perseus would fight the Kraken, a giant sea monster, and win by using Medusas cut off head. The Kraken, a giant sea beast, was the most powerful “child” of Hades.

Now a quick history lesson on this mythological character that has gotten to be associated with the Kraken. “In the original Greek myth of Perseus, on which the film is very loosely based, Perseus does slay a sea monster known as the ketos (or, if you prefer the Latinized name, cetus), which had been sent by Poseidon to devour the Ethiopian princess Andromeda, but he does not slay a “kraken,” because the concept of a kraken did not exist at the time when the myth was first told by the ancient Greeks.” (

ABOVE: Photograph of an ancient Corinthian black-figure vase painting currently on display in the Altes Museum in Berlin showing Perseus rescuing Andromeda from the ketos. Notice the dark black figure saves Andromeda.

ABOVE: Painting of Perseus rescuing Andromeda from the ketos by the Italian Renaissance painter Titian, dated to roughly between 1554 and 1556

ABOVE: Still from the 1981 film Clash of the Titans, showing Perseus confronting the kraken

Now the Ketos or what has been interpreted as Kraken in our modern time represents Cetus, the giant sea monster or whale. During the great conjunction of Saturn/Jupiter, the planets will be in the constellation Capricornus. The Moon will be in Cetus of “Kraken”. Both of these constellations for December 21st 2020 are sea beasts. This all goes hand in hand with Karey Mullis, the creator of the PCR test to extract DNA, who worked for Cetus during his discovery.

You will also notice that the Swedish translate Kraken for whale, so we have more Jonah references for the end times. For her to say this at this moment in history is nothing more than a ritual. Let me explain.

She is conjuring up the spirit of this beast of the sea (the first beast of Revelation) to be released to bring hell on Earth. As we know, Hades is hell and Jesus told us these gates of hell will not prevail. This is alluding then physically moving towards us in an act of war. But gates don’t move right? Ironically we have a Bill Gates that is making a big push towards us. The timing of this is interesting also. Remember the new statue that gained notoriety around a month or so ago, of the statue of Medusa holding the head of her killer Perseus? It was an inverted version of the original statue.

“In both Norwegian and Swedish Kraken is the definite form of krake, a word designating an unhealthy animal or something twisted (cognate with the English crook and crank). In modern German, Krake (plural and declined singular: Kraken) means octopus, but can also refer to the legendary kraken. Kraken is also an old Norwegian word for octopus and an old euphemism in Swedish for whales, used when the original word became taboo as it was believed it could summon the creatures.” (Wiki)

Her name has these veiled water meanings too. Sidney Katherine Powell. Sidney means “dweller by the well-watered land/wide island”. A water reference. Katherine means pure in Latin but read this from Behind the Name online. “From the Greek name Αἰκατερίνη (Aikaterine). The etymology is debated: it could derive from an earlier Greek name Ἑκατερινη (Hekaterine), itself from ἑκάτερος (hekateros) meaning “each of the two”; it could derive from the name of the goddess HECATE; it could be related to Greek αἰκία (aikia) meaning “torture”; or it could be from a Coptic name meaning “my consecration of your name”. In the early Christian era it became associated with Greek καθαρός (katharos) meaning “pure”, and the Latin spelling was changed from Katerina to Katharina to reflect this.” ( Powell comes from Son of Hywell meaning “eminent or conspicuous” and Powell can also be interpreted Paul.

So Sidney Katherine Powell (dweller of the watered land pure/tortured eminent/conspicuous). Her named fits her in light of what she has said. The Trump released her from her duties today (11/23/20). Release the Kraken.

Release the Kraken. Two interesting stories here on the “kraken”.

1) From 2011: The Combat Outpost Surveillance and Force Protection System, or COSFPS, is nicknamed “Kraken”. “We’ve been able to positively identify targets before they got in range with weapons on our COP. They have tried to raid us multiple times, but we have been able to positively identify them and engage them before they got close. This is great for tracking the people coming in and out of your AO,” said Pvt. James Benham, a forward observer who has been evaluating Kraken/COSFPS in a series of mock-combat exercises at a WSMR “Mountain Village” outpost.

The radar on top of the mast can detect people at distances up to 10 kilometers and vehicles out to 20 kilometers. Also, Kraken has a second mid-range GSR which scans a full 360 degrees every second and is engineered to interface with video cameras, ground sensors and remote weapons applications. Kraken also contains a laser pointer/illuminator.

“Kraken’s six-kilometer continuous sweep can detect anything the size of a head — including rabbits, deer or birds,” Benham said. “The system also has an option where you can emplace sensor overlays. If I get a hit on a sensor, I am able to instantly slew my cameras to that location.” (

2) AI detects the Kraken in the Milky Way.

“Galaxy merger tree of the Milky Way . The main progenitor of the Milky Way is denoted by the trunk of the tree, coloured by its stellar mass. Black lines indicate the five identified satellites. Grey dotted lines illustrate other mergers that the Milky Way is predicted to have experienced, but could not be linked to a specific progenitor. From left to right, the six images along the top of the figure indicate the identified progenitor galaxies: Sagittarius, Sequoia, Kraken, the Milky Way’s Main progenitor, the progenitor of the Helmi streams, and Gaia-Enceladus-Sausage.”

Just like geologists look for fossils to see how ancient life might have looked like, astronomers also look for fossils of their own — but instead of trilobites or dinosaurs, astronomers are preoccupied with very old cosmic structures called globular clusters.

Globular clusters are spherical-shaped, densely-packed collections of ancient stars. They can be almost as old as the universe itself, shuffled by processes and incorporated into galaxies. They serve as fossils in the sense that they can be used as stable information to reverse engineer galactic processes that happened billios of years in the past.

AI also showed a fifth one that wasn’t known. It was pieced together from a recently discovered group of “low energy” globular clusters. According to the software’s analysis, these clusters all match the properties of a previously unknown collision with what the team has dubbed the Kraken galaxy.

Whatever the Kraken was, it made a big impact on our galaxy — both figuratively and literally.

“The collision with Kraken must have been the most significant merger the Milky Way ever experienced,” Kruijssen said.

“Before, it was thought that a collision with the Gaia-Enceladus-Sausage galaxy, which took place some 9 billion years ago, was the biggest collision event. However, the merger with Kraken took place 11 billion years ago, when the Milky Way was four times less massive. As a result, the collision with Kraken must have truly transformed what the Milky Way looked like at the time.” (

“CORONA was created by a small group of CIA, Air Force and private industry experts who were tasked with finding a way to provide broad imagery coverage of the USSR to identify missile launch sites and production facilities.” (


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