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#15: July 24, 2020, 09:58:39 PM
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This reminded me of Kid Loki in 'Journey into Mystery'.

That’s what entertains me the most, mapping the aspects by time and effect. Kid Loki differs from the original Loki, the same person but another aspect entirely. What events made him become Kid Loki, would a different response to those events make him “Uncle Loki”? Etcetera.
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#16: July 24, 2020, 11:55:44 PM
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This reminded me of Kid Loki in 'Journey into Mystery'.

That’s what entertains me the most, mapping the aspects by time and effect. Kid Loki differs from the original Loki, the same person but another aspect entirely. What events made him become Kid Loki, would a different response to those events make him “Uncle Loki”? Etcetera.

Did Loki really change though? If your asking me (at least as of this post) the only thing that changed was his intention. He made it clear near the middle of the story that he would help people but in a 'Loki way'. This eventually lead to him being in debt to various dark and demonic forces with the ultimate end (because of his intent) being him sacrificing himself to his old self.

Also it's interesting that he got 'in the hole' because he tried to save as many people as possible. He sacrificed to save others but this only made it so that more people could be tortured, which wasn't his intent. So he eventually had to sacrifice himself again in order to stop the malevolent forces he helped come into power, all because he wanted to help.

Loki grew as Kid Loki by creating the agitation needed to grow and then finally dealing with it. People wen't through hardships, he wen't through hardships that he made himself but without that he wouldn't have succeeded in his attempt to 'become someone new' and finally change just as his 'old self' had wanted.

I mean, Kid Loki was still a trickster in every sense of the term, but his intent changed and at least as far as this story goes, that's all that matters and its all that's needed to grow (besides acting lol).

He became Kid Loki because he wanted to change and no one would believe his intent changed if he was still 'original Loki'. It wasn't until he became a child that people decided to give him another change. I think there's something revealing in that also.

It seems as if the 'end' of Kid Loki was foreseen by himself at least a little. Why was he called 'Kid Loki' and not 'Child/young Loki'? Kids (baby goats) are sacrificed.
Also remember that Kid Loki broke the fourth wall and saw the scrolls and sentences Old Loki was creating and decided he didn't like them, so he changed the narration.

There really is so much in that one story that touches on so many topics it may deserve its own thread if its not spoken about under Key#1.
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Re: Rule of Seven
#17: July 25, 2020, 11:51:51 AM
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This reminded me of Kid Loki in 'Journey into Mystery'.

That’s what entertains me the most, mapping the aspects by time and effect. Kid Loki differs from the original Loki, the same person but another aspect entirely. What events made him become Kid Loki, would a different response to those events make him “Uncle Loki”? Etcetera.

Did Loki really change though? If your asking me (at least as of this post) the only thing that changed was his intention. He made it clear near the middle of the story that he would help people but in a 'Loki way'. This eventually lead to him being in debt to various dark and demonic forces with the ultimate end (because of his intent) being him sacrificing himself to his old self.

Also it's interesting that he got 'in the hole' because he tried to save as many people as possible. He sacrificed to save others but this only made it so that more people could be tortured, which wasn't his intent. So he eventually had to sacrifice himself again in order to stop the malevolent forces he helped come into power, all because he wanted to help.

Loki grew as Kid Loki by creating the agitation needed to grow and then finally dealing with it. People wen't through hardships, he wen't through hardships that he made himself but without that he wouldn't have succeeded in his attempt to 'become someone new' and finally change just as his 'old self' had wanted.

I mean, Kid Loki was still a trickster in every sense of the term, but his intent changed and at least as far as this story goes, that's all that matters and its all that's needed to grow (besides acting lol).

He became Kid Loki because he wanted to change and no one would believe his intent changed if he was still 'original Loki'. It wasn't until he became a child that people decided to give him another change. I think there's something revealing in that also.

It seems as if the 'end' of Kid Loki was foreseen by himself at least a little. Why was he called 'Kid Loki' and not 'Child/young Loki'? Kids (baby goats) are sacrificed.
Also remember that Kid Loki broke the fourth wall and saw the scrolls and sentences Old Loki was creating and decided he didn't like them, so he changed the narration.

There really is so much in that one story that touches on so many topics it may deserve its own thread if its not spoken about under Key#1.

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#19: July 25, 2020, 01:44:26 PM
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Did Loki really change though? If your asking me (at least as of this post) the only thing that changed was his intention.

In an exoteric sense it’s always a Mystery tale of solar bodies dying and changing form into gas giants and planets. The new bodies are the same parental force, but they’re not the same body, so new names and personas are ascribed that differentiate the action and attitude of the new bodies, which also differ from one another. It’s the same with human reincarnation, this process is drilled into our Sol, long-term.

That’s what I mean with studying the effects through time that change one planet/character role into another. Twin Peaks is excellent at this, all characters represent a variant aspect of Laura Palmer. If we think of it as a cosmological tale, Laura Palmer the solar Star dies and spits out various planetary bodies or “aspects.” Audrey is like a lunar shadow-corpse, Donna like a gas giant struggling to uphold Laura’s identity, Cooper is the new Star redeeming the previous, etc. They’re all Laura because “Laura is the one!” Brahminic entity whose death (as a sleeping/dreaming god) sparks the drama of all the celestial bodies created by her “supernova.”
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#20: July 25, 2020, 05:08:17 PM
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#21: July 25, 2020, 10:04:06 PM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?
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#22: July 25, 2020, 11:00:53 PM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

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#23: July 25, 2020, 11:05:20 PM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

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Let me rephrase then, what else is there to gather from the story of Thor and his goats besides him being the lord of goats (and maybe kids)?

So goat/kid sacrifices and goat-like entities are ruled by 'Thor' (an aspect of Lucifer)? Why goats?
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#24: July 26, 2020, 12:20:05 AM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

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I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.
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#25: July 26, 2020, 12:29:36 AM
This gives new meaning to George W. Bush reading "The Pet Goat" in a children's classroom at the time of the 9/11 attacks.
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#26: July 26, 2020, 12:32:28 AM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

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I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.
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EN.LIL

Lord Storm

Or Lord Rain.

The two towers also symbolized the Sun pillar of severity and the Moon pillar of mercy. They married the two and brought them down, how else to herald the third pillar / temple?

“Balance each thought with the marriage of its opposition. Because the marriage of them is the destruction of illusion.”

“And I saw no temple therein [heaven’s Jerusalem]: for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are the temple of it. And the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.”

The Picatrix lists only one lamb in the heavens, a white lamb as a symbol of Capricorn the Goat Lord. Site of the 2020 great conjunction. The marriage of opposites Saturn + Jupiter for the destruction of illusion.

The great god Pan won’t be “dead” much longer?
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#29: July 26, 2020, 02:02:49 AM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

This is a fruitful line of inquiry so given what I said about Lucifer and Jesus here knowing what you now know about thor and Loki who seems to be the "good guy" as it were
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