Jan. 3rd 2015 - Jamie and Freeman discuss possible scenarios for the Katy Perry Super Bowl Ritual. How close were they!? Listen to this 3 minute excerpt from that show. Then, read on.
Katy Perry performs as The Scarlet Woman at the Superbowl Halftime Mega Ritual!
Super Bowl XLIX was held on Feb. 1st 2015. This is the time of Imbolc, a festival of fire and fertility. Imbolc was believed to be when the Cailleach, the divine hag of Gaelic tradition, gathers her firewood for the rest of the winter. Legend has it that if she wishes to make the winter last a good while longer, she will make sure the weather on Imbolc is bright and sunny, so she can gather plenty of firewood. It is odd that the day of the Super Bowl began dreary and turned bright and sunny in time for the game.
Babalon (also known as the Scarlet Woman, Great Mother or Mother of Abominations) is a goddess found in the mystical system of Thelema, which was established in 1904 with English author and occultist Aleister Crowley's writing of The Book of the Law (although the name Babalon does not occur in that text). In her most abstract form, she represents the female sexual impulse and the liberated woman; although in the Creed of the Gnostic Mass she is also identified with Mother Earth, in her most fertile sense. At the same time, Crowley believed that Babalon had an earthly aspect in the form of a spiritual office, which could be filled by actual women—usually as a counterpart to his own identification as "To Mega Therion" (The Great Beast)— whose duty was then to help manifest the energies of the current Aeon of Horus.
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Isis sometimes appears in the form of a lion or a cat headed deity. On Beyoncé’s album “B-Day” she sings a song called "Kitty Kat". Along with the obvious Monarch Beta programming symbolism, could there also be aspects of the Scartlet Woman? O.T.O. members Jack Parsons and L. Ron Hubbard were doing their Babalon working to incarnate the goddess on this plane. During one ceremony where Hubbard was “scrying in the Aethyr” while Parsons took notes, he described a vision he had of a savage and beautiful woman riding naked on a great cat-like beast. The lion represents the solar fiery heat of the sexual energy combined with the female image. A type of Sphinx is thus formed, and in Thelema it represents the formula of love under will. The Sphinx is Bast or Pasht, sacred to that sexual passion which, magically controlled, expresses the Law of Thelema. Read more
As Crowley wrote in his The Book of Thoth, "she rides astride the Beast; in her left hand she holds the reins, representing the passion which unites them. In her right she holds aloft the cup, the Holy Grail aflame with love and death. In this cup are mingled the elements of the sacrament of the Aeon".
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Perhaps the earliest origin is the ancient city of Babylon, a major metropolis in Mesopotamia (modern Al Hillah in Iraq). Babylon is the Greek variant of Akkadian Babilu, meaning "Gateway of the god". It was the "holy city" of Babylonia from around 2300 BC, and the seat of the Neo-Babylonian empire from 612 BC.
One of the goddesses associated with Babylonia was Ishtar, the most popular female deity of the Assyro-Babylonian pantheon and patron of the famous Ishtar Gate. She is the Akkadian counterpart to the Sumerian Inanna and the cognate to the northwest Semitic goddess Astarte. The Greeks associated her with Aphrodite (Latin Venus), and sometimes Hera. Ishtar was worshiped as a Great Goddess of fertility and sexuality, but also of war and death, and the guardian of prostitutes. She was also called the Great Whore and sacred prostitution formed part of her cult or those of cognate goddesses. Many have associated Ishtar with the figure in the Book of Revelation of Babylon the Great, Mother of Harlots and Abominations.
She is considered to be a sacred whore because she denies no one, and yet she extracts a great price — the very blood of the adept and his ego-identity as an earthly individual. This aspect of Babalon is described further from the 12th Aethyr:
This is the Mystery of Babylon, the Mother of Abominations, and this is the mystery of her adulteries, for she hath yielded up herself to everything that liveth, and hath become a partaker in its mystery. And because she hath made her self the servant of each, therefore is she become the mistress of all. Not as yet canst thou comprehend her glory.
Beautiful art thou, O Babylon, and desirable, for thou hast given thyself to everything that liveth, and thy weakness hath subdued their strength. For in that union thou didst understand. Therefore art thou called Understanding, O Babylon, Lady of the Night!
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