Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Hellish Qliphoth & K2 Twin Tower Stargate -> 2BE Cube

Let's have some fun with the Conspiracy and Synchromystic Reality Tunnel (and not take this too seriously).

JIM TV is a Belgian music channel, crappy like all the other (MTV & TMF). JIM TV - with HELL YEAH! in its logo - is owned by VMMa, a Belgian Company that is responsible for VTM, the first sad commercial dumbing down whore of Belgian channels. Let's first look at a few funny, interesting, short video clips from JIM TV which are shown loads daily.

We'll catch you next time, hell yeah.

Catch the kids, huh? Hell yeah? ;p

Speaking of "Hell Yeah"... This is a program on JIM TV, oeh how Quirky to replace the C in Clip by a Q. It's from the sponsor, a Belgian fast "food" chain called Quick, though Qlip could also make ya think of... the Qliphoth Menu? Choose your demonic influence here!? ;p

Everything about you says you're gonna make it to the top.

Not too inspirational since it's directed at the viewer? There are several versions, one including politician Elio di Rupo. Or down the Rabbit Hole, well only in the case of the one with rabbit ears. The monkey sound is like a regressive catalyst or something ;p.

I possess the most powerful weapon in the Universe.

Atomic arms, or the media?!

Back to Business: Hell yeah.

Business, hell, what's the difference? ;p

From the Twin Tower Stargate Logo (2003) to the Cube (2007)
(mini dutch/flemish lesson: "huidig"= adj. current, "toekomstig"= adj. future)

Another channel of VMMa was KA2, Kanaal Twee = Channel 2. Ka sounds like "K" in dutch, so effectivly K2 - the synchromystic mountain of Kosmic Konsciousness... not so much on this channel heh, it was changed to the 2BE Cube in 2007. 2 BE, To be, Be=Belgium.

"The 3 (spirit, mind, soul) descend into the 4 (the world), the sum being the 7, or the mystic nature of man, consisting of a threefold spiritual body and a fourfold material form. These are symbolized by the cube, which has six surfaces and a mysterious seventh point within..."
Manly P. Hall

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