Cosmic Symbolism in Olympic Ceremony: ‘The Opening of the Gate

Via MegaRitual:

Dr. Mark Gray and Hillary Raimo of MegaRitual have written a occult interpretation of the Olympics opening ceremony:

The opening ceremony of the Olympics was very symbolic. Although for those who lacked the eyes to see and understand it, it was a boring show compared to past opening ceremonies. This is typical of inducing & using the occult symbols within something like this. It’s there but it’s hidden. The baby that showed up in the stadium egg was the sun/son rebirth we’ve been talking about for weeks.  All after the ‘exorcism’ of the scary nightmares from the minds and imagination of the children…orphans being tended to by nurses and such…symbolic of the human species being abandoned by their ‘gods’ in the myths and stories of our ancient origins.


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47 Comments on "Cosmic Symbolism in Olympic Ceremony: ‘The Opening of the Gate"

  1. Disappointed | Aug 1, 2012 at 4:40 am |

    Lazy trash from people who can’t even be bothered to find out the very non-occult reasons behind the content of the opening ceremony.

    • The symbolism is multi faceted, thus it is possible to hide behind an ostensible cloak a deeper intention.

      Many researchers are dissecting the various aspects through their own respective reality tunnels.

      I’m not agreeing or disagreeing with any of this, rather just providing perspective on what is obviously an occult ritual.  The purpose is yet to be determined but the symbols are becoming easier to dissect as we tune into the reality of broad cast magic and entrainment via entertainment. (props to Scott Onstott)

      Given that you feel so emboldened as to cast aspersions yourself upon the authors, please explain to me how the symbolism of Glastonbury Tor, a Cosmic Serpent effigy carrying a cosmic egg to the chalice, womb, primal mound of said Tor, is in reality a “very un-occult” phenomenon and what it’s profane interpretation is and how you came to such conclusions.

      While we are at it, how about the dark space baby reminiscent of the machine liaison Neo barters with in the final film of the Matrix series.  What is the “very un-occult” purpose of that particularly macabre machina? 

      There about 50 more examples I could rattle off but just start with those and I do hope I won’t be disappointed with your analysis.

      • Derpy Derp Derp Deeeeeerp | Aug 1, 2012 at 1:39 pm |

        it’s the aliens, i tell you!

        the aliens are behind it all!

      •  “I’m not agreeing or disagreeing with any of this, rather just providing perspective on what is obviously an occult ritual.”


        • To clarify,
          I’m not saying their interpretation of the occult nature of the events is correct.
          To clarify terms.  Occult = Hidden.  Thus my meaning is that it definitely contains hidden aspects, I also notice that “disappointed” has not yet explained how any of my challenges to his presumptions are just “very non-occult” have they.

          What is your interpretation Justin?  Do you believe that the history of man is so one dimensional and that no one ever figured out that is powerful to focus ‘paid’ attention at your public ritual, liturgy, ceremony as a magical action or distraction…. Oh look the election coverage/distraction is back on, better vege out now and slip into a nice hazy hypnogogic trance, ah the blissful comfort of consumer comas…..

      • Doctorgray333 | Aug 3, 2012 at 5:04 am |

        Camron, I totally agree, one only needs to start with the fact that Glastonbury Tor is considered to be the burial grounds of King Arthur, a king who was promised to return when the Land was in great peril. Why would Glastonbury Tor be built inside Olympic Stadium if not to envolk the memory and ledgend of “England’s Once and future King”

        • The Holy Grail but for who… Thank you Doctor Gray for posting here.  Appreciate your work and hope the community here will offer intelligent and thoughtful questions to further this conversation.

    • I’m disappointed you have taken the “lazy trash” route and are incapable of supporting your argument whatsoever.

  2. feint_ruled | Aug 1, 2012 at 7:55 am |

    Interesting to read, and there may well be some nods to occult symbolism but they really are trying too hard. For example – on the face of it, it contained a tribute to the NHS, in particular the Great Ormond Street Hospital (popularly abbreviated as “GOSH”).

    Now, the article has it – “but imagine if it said GASH! A word which appears in the bible in *certain translations*!”

    To which one can only say.. but it doesn’t say Gash!

    • feint_ruled | Aug 1, 2012 at 7:57 am |

       I should clarify, this response was meant to be a reply to the article Camron posted below, not the linked one in the main story! Oops!

    • Just for the record, my posting this is not saying the equivalent of signing a contract that I believe with complete insistence and credulity that all points made are true.  I’m presenting ideas.  Thank you for thinking feint_ruled, you have eclipsed the early posters by miles simply by applying critical thinking over knee jerk dismissal.

      I agree the Gash/Gosh connection was lost on me as well and am happy someone here is applying thought to the presentation.

      “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” -Aristotle.

      • but… but… occult is a confusing concept! if i don’t understand it then it must not exist!

        • Hahaha, exactly.  Chaorder, what does Mnemetic mean by the way?

          • Its a minor nitpick of mine, the word we all know as Meme, was a modification of the word “Mneme” to emphasize its percieved similarity with genes (done so by Richard Dawkins in his book The Selfish Gene.)

            There’s little real distinction, but the original word mneme(coined by relatively unknown biologist Richard Semon) was meant to be a fundamental memory unit within an individual, while a meme is a fundamental unit of culturally transmissable information, or idea or memory, or whatever. I prefer mneme simply because, while there are useful similarities between memes and genes, mneme emphasizes the differences in the fundamental rules, and i take a meme to simply be a mneme that happens to be transmitted to another.

            Ironically “meme” was a more viral meme than “mneme” so its much more widely known

          • How do you pronounce mneme versus meme.  So mnemes are personal memes is what I am gathering.  Thanks for the heads up!

          • pretty much. And about the pronounciation, well i honestly have only seen it written, and i always pronounced them in my head exactly the same, but i realize i could be wrong, wish i could find my copy of the Selfish Gene; its probably the most recent reference to the word.

      • Doctorgray333 | Aug 3, 2012 at 5:16 am |       
        The actual definition of Gosh = 
        Origin: 1750–60;  euphemistic alteration of God

    • Doctorgray333 | Aug 3, 2012 at 5:12 am |

      Gosh is slang for the word God….it originated in the 1700’s. When the word Gosh was used it was an occultic message referencing the “child of God”

  3. it would hard to believe that corporations and their governments
    use secret symbols in theses ceremonies
    betcha a dollar (with eye of whore us)
    that symbols like that are rare at corporate festivities & rituals

  4. Haystack | Aug 1, 2012 at 9:03 pm |

    Glastonbury Tor, the mock-up hill where the ceremony opened, is where Arthur is supposed to have received Excalibur. It’s a site of mystical significance in British culture, and the various nations planting their flags upon it brought to mind the sacred hill-top fires of the druids, connecting one village to another, on holy days (Beltane, I believe). I wouldn’t go as far as to describe the opening ceremony as an “occult ritual” or anything, but I definitely thought it had mystical overtones, as British traditions do. 

    What impressed me more than anything, though, was the sheer altruism it expressed. The bit about the NHS and Tim Berners-Lee’s “This is for everyone.” It wasn’t an effort to project global hegemony or prestige; it was almost like the Brits have their priorities straight. 

    • The Stadium floor itself was also a map of London. When the “Gold Ring” was forged it was done so to encircle London’s financial district at Canary Wharf.

  5. Doctorgray333 | Aug 3, 2012 at 5:24 am |

    Camron, Thank You for covering this story…the article is a high light of a much deeper plan and ceremony. The bottom line is, something was “born” at the Olympic ceremony… The possibilities….the Christ Consciousness on this plane….the new world financial market….a physical child being conceived to the Royals….. and my favorite…ALL OF THE ABOVE.

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