Tony Scott: Divine Sacrifice of the King
Was the suicide of Tony Scott an occult (as in hidden) ritual "Killing of the King"?
Thankfully, no new theater shootings occurred at the one month anniversary of the horror of the red dawn event of Colorado’s Aurora. I said we should be aware of an event on August 19-20. Should we, perhaps, look to a less-than-obvious incident that occurred to bring a balance to the sychroncinematic cosmos?
I was saddened to hear on Monday of the self-death of movie director Tony Scott, who, without hesitation, is said to have leapt from a bridge tied to Hollywood into the Pacific Ocean. Other directors have died by suicide, but it is a rare death, indeed.
Note now how Tony Scott is being remembered. The Independent of London headlines him, "Cinema’s King of Thrills." The IB Times uses the phrase, "The Blockbuster King." Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter tributes simply call him the "Director/Producer King." The man had a regal film legacy.
Did we just witness an unconscious sacrifice of a king?
Needless to say, you’ve heard of this ritual before. James Shelby Downard, William Grimstad, Adam Parfrey, and Michael Hoffman II brought this into our consciousness, and you have read me write of it in terms of the twilight language that surrounds us.
Downard is probably best known for his essay "King-Kill/33: Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy," originally published by Adam Parfrey in the first edition of the book Apocalypse Culture, which speculates that the Freemasons were responsible for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The essay was removed from the second edition of the book and replaced by another essay by Downard, "The Call to Chaos." Apocalypse Culture II contains another Downard essay, "America, The Possessed Corpse." Jim Keith, editor of yet another Feral House publication, Secret and Suppressed: Banned Ideas and Hidden History, included "Sorcery, Sex, Assassination," the original article of which King Kill/33 is an abridgement.
Human Sacrifice by Gaulish Druids
in a Wicker Man ~ Magasin Pittoresque, 1833
Jim Brandon, writing even before "King-Kill/33" was published, was able to walk a wonderfully skeptical open-minded fence, as he passed along the following summary of Downard’s "killing of the king" insights in Weird America in 1978:
Would you believe John F. Kennedy as a ceremonial king-who-must-die? I’m afraid there is a certain body of opinion, undoubtedly the farthest-out brain wave of assassinology yet, that maintains the killing was pulled off, not by the Russians, the Cubans, the CIA, or the Mafia, but by alchemists.
As I understand the hypothesis, President Kennedy was for some reason chosen as The King (remember "Camelot," "Macbird" and all that?) after the fashion of James G. Frazer and Mary Renault whose "The King Must Die" he had been given to read before his death. This killing of the king in Dallas was related somehow to the touching off of the world’s first atomic bomb at the Trinity Site in New Mexico 18 years earlier. Apparently the Bomb was the "destruction of primordial matter" stage of the grand alchemical working, but these conspiracy buffs aren’t much more specific on details than were the early alchemists in their recipes. Anyway, Kennedy represented the next stage of the process - the "Death of the White King" - when he was immolated on a trinity site of his own. For, aren’t Dealey Plaza and the ill-famed Triple Underpass on the bank of the old Trinity River?
Could Tony Scott, being a king of cinema mayhem, have been sacrificed (by his own hand through suicide) to bring balance back into the universe in the wake of what happened in Aurora? Was he thinking about what kind of society his movies had created?
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