“All good things are three.”
– Alte Weisheit
Triangles. Oh, how the occult love their triangles. But it’s not just the occult. Triangles and geometry truly are at the heart of understanding the reality we live in. The “G” in the middle of the Freemason compass is said to stand for both “God” and “Geometry.” If you pay attention to popular culture you are likely to notice the prominent use of triangles in very bizarre ways, particularly within the music industry:
No, I’m not saying Beyonce is Hitler. What I am saying is that there is meaning to symbols and where they originate from. Let’s take a look at what the deal is with all these triangles. As with any of my articles, this is meant to be an introduction to a topic that is vital to understanding the matrix we live in. I am simultaneously trying to speak to people who are unfamiliar with the topics I write about, as well as to people who are more knowledgeable than I am. I will continue to build an organized base of knowledge that builds on it’s self and ties together, but nothing is ever all-encompassing. Wisdom is constantly evolving and cannot be dictated all at once by anyone.
Alice Bailey comes from the same school of thought as Madam Blavatsky: Theosophy:
“The primary local deity in Theosophy is the Solar Logos, “the consciousness of the sun”‘
Madam (Helena) Blavatsky herself was mentioned in one of the final episodes of the “X Files” mini-series we discussed in Earth v Sun. Helena Blavatsky is a major figure within the occult, with one of her seminal books being “Isis Unveiled.” Also, in considering the names Alice Bailey and Helena Blavatsky, this is most likely where the names Alice and Helena came from for the wife and daughter in Kubrick’s occult exposing film “Eyes Wide Shut.” Kubrick died while editing the film. As mentioned previously in Earth v Sun, Bailey’s Lucis Trust is tied directly to the United Nations. Here is a photo from the website of Alice Bailey’s Lucis Trust:
The Lucis Trust also has a worldwide organization called “Triangles” that attempts to organize people into “triangles” of thought and harness the power of triangles:
Yea, that didn’t seem creepy at all.
JJ Brine, founder of VECTOR Gallery (a satanic art gallery) shows an affinity for using triangles. We see triangles on his album cover for “President of Mozambique:”
As well as through out his art gallery…
What I find most interesting though are these two drawings that at one time were outside the bathroom of VECTOR Gallery. Just by the looks of them they seem to allude to some sort of electromagnetics (Electromagnetics: Technology & Magic). I believe that JJ Brine may be one of the few people who are possessed by whatever this energy is, but are able to somewhat communicate it. Most people who are possessed appear to simply lose it and commit crimes. Brine however is speaking and creating artwork that symbolizes what exactly this energy is all about:
There definitely appears to be some kind of overlap between the sources of energy that Lucis Trust is talking about and the forces of energy that JJ Brine is communicating within VECTOR gallery…
So who is JJ Brine exactly?
Not a lot is known publicly. One of the best interviews available with him occurred with Salvadore Ritchie right here on disinfo.com. JJ Brine worked for Brent Scowcroft, the man who was George H.W. Bush’s national security advisor:
“We believe we are creating the beginning of a New World Order coming out of the collapse of the U.S.-Soviet antagonisms.” (Brent Scowcroft quoted in The Washington Post, May 1991)
President Obama also “loves” Scowcroft:
“Obama, unlike liberal interventionists, is an admirer of the foreign-policy realism of President George H. W. Bush and, in particular, of Bush’s national-security adviser, Brent Scowcroft (“I love that guy,” Obama once told me). Bush and Scowcroft removed Saddam Hussein’s army from Kuwait in 1991, and they deftly managed the disintegration of the Soviet Union; Scowcroft also, on Bush’s behalf, toasted the leaders of China shortly after the slaughter in Tiananmen Square. As Obama was writing his campaign manifesto, The Audacity of Hope, in 2006, Susan Rice, then an informal adviser, felt it necessary to remind him to include at least one line of praise for the foreign policy of President Bill Clinton, to partially balance the praise he showered on Bush and Scowcroft.” (Barack Obama, quoted in The Atlantic, March 2016)
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