Last year for St. Paddy's day, I posted The Naked Justice of St. Patrick, which outlined the ancient phallic "creator god" tradition of St. Patrick's Day, via a cool homoerotic comic called Naked Justice by Class Comics. Thanks to Christopher Knowles' The Secret History of St. Patrick's Day, we know:
- In Egyptian mythology, Osiris was killed on the 17th day of Athyr, the third month of the ancient calendar.
- 3/17 is also the date of a Masonically-created holiday, St. Patrick’s Day. The story has it that the holiday was established by high level Freemason, George Washington, allegedly to reward Irish soldiers in the Continental Army. But “St. Paddy’s” has traditionally been a very minor Saint’s day in Ireland. Considering that the day has become America’s defacto Bacchanal (which takes us back to Osiris) it’s worth noting some of the parallels of this day with Solar mythology.
Imagining the USA playing the part of Egypt, split into two parts (red states and blue states) Isis (Lady Liberty) standing in the Nile (the Hudson) seeking her husband, it's not so difficult to see the parallels. Alan Abbadessa-Green at Look at All the Happy Creatures has done some amazing work outlining Manhattan as the missing phallus of gold, and the 911 mega-ritual as being the event that cracked the egg of Horus consciousness into the world - Why so Sirius? Pt 2: The Rise of Horus
Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be earthquakes in various places, and famines. These are the beginning of birth pains. ~Mark 13:8
Captain America (the first Avenger) was "born again" last summer, and shortly afterwards came the Occupy Wall St. movement, using V for Vendetta as a symbol for justice. Since George Washington, St. Patrick's Day and the Egyptian mysteries are so closely intertwined, I began tracking news items concerning truth and justice, Washington, and the upcoming Osiris Day.
- March 16: Washington man sentenced to life in NW killings A Washington man has been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to two murders in a deadly crime spree through Washington, Oregon and California.
- March 16: US Suspect in Afghan Shootings Identified After five days cloaked in military secrecy, the US soldier suspected in a massacre of 16 Afghan civilians has been identified as a Washington state father of two who underwent anger management counseling a decade ago after an arrest for assault...
- March 16: Jury Finds Spying in Rutgers Dorm Was a Hate Crime A former Rutgers University student was convicted on Friday on all 15 charges he had faced for using a webcam to spy on his roommate having sex with another man. His roommate, Tyler Clementi, jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge three days after the webcam viewing, three weeks into their freshman year in September 2010.
- March 16: Gay leaders from Israel snubbed by Seattle's gay commission The Seattle LGBT Commission canceled a Friday reception for a delegation of gay Israeli leaders. The six-member Israeli delegation had scheduled on the West Coast — with stops in San Francisco and Los Angeles — to exchange ideas on advancing gay rights. Only in Washington state, however, did the team encounter pushback from fellow gays./li>
- March 17: Hunt Zeros in on the Mystery of an Old Site Called Hades Now a coveted residential ZIP code, the area in Northwest Washington was briefly a center of WW1 chemical warfare research, a frantic response to Germany’s weapons. Some historians liken it to the Manhattan Project.