Recently saw the movie Snowpiercer (2013). Afterwards, as time began progressing and I began reflecting, couldn’t help but realeyes that the film is about precisely what I have been speaking of lately. Thus, devoted Sunday’s whole show to it.
This will be one of those rare times I feel I must warn you the show will be full of spoilers. So, do watch it before listening. The film contains some rather well thought-out sequences and quite a few surprises [kudos to writer and director].
This content of the show most definitely falls under the post-conspiratorial slant this show has been taking, and on many occasions borders the anti-conspiratorial realm. Some simple minds may be prone to interpret pragmatism as eltism.
I found it of interesting that the movie actually points a finger to chemtrails as the primary culprit as to why the world froze over. Those of us who rely on observation instead of information dissemination [mainstream or alternative] have correlated their presence to a rise in temperature. That said, I did come up with my own wacky theory a long time ago. The hinted at songs in the images [below] may not appear on the podcast, but quite a few really awesome songs about trains do.
As discussed, the creator of the graphic novel took some time considering factors such as the circumference of the track and potential consequences to the perspective(s) of inhabitants. For those of you who’ve never seen it, here it is:
It was truly remarkable how well this film about life on a train so thoroughly encapsulated so many aspects of the lives of so many [if not all] on this planet.
With a lot of the film focused on energy, of both the train itself, and that required by the inhabitants within it; my concept of The Human Stargate is an integral part of understanding the [significantly] bigger picture. Interestingly enough, from a syncromystic perspective, my [prospective] “last word” on the topic was in a post I entitled Back on the Right Track . To its credit, this film is also the first vehicle I’ve seen in quite some time, that did not probe the topic with the compulsory homoerotic coprophile [child/idiot/victim]-friendly bunny rabbit lecture aids.
As I said at the beginning, it touched on so many key points of my evolutionary view beyond the victimhood, into one of impartial observation and comprehension.
Dealing with surplus human resources is an age old problem. Not accounting for it, is simply asinine. When those in positions to make decisions attempt to, reactions to said accounts usually swing far towards paranoid, and far from pragmatic.
The choice of the two primary victim representatives as “crazy ginger boy” and “crazy black lady” could not have been random. There is a common long historical bond of chains, abuse [and of course, complaining] between the two (discussed long ago). Thus, [not] odd to find these two caricatures, who once worked side by side in the fields [yet tend to hate each other for psych-o-reasons] side by side below.
Turn the Irony Meter up to 10 please. The folly of conflict between the masses of haves and have nots in the system, was loud enough to be heard by those without layers of conspindustry wax caked [word chosen intentionally] in their ears.
The synchromystic knife is a useful tool for cutting out a few oddities (unrelated events that are uncannily related). The below [left] image named “Freemont Babies,” was left over from my ([recently] updated post concerning the Fremont Solstice Parade [now available]. Allegedly, said image was unrelated to the parade [hence, why I left it out], yet in a beyond uncanny manner, it syncs eerily to the subsequent image of Snowpiercer’s Boy [¿or is it g-host?] in[side] the Machine.
The world within a world within a world. Is it too much to ask for a little love for the architect; he who gets blamed for everything that goes wrong, yet gets absolutely no credit for things actually working and going right (which is most of the time)?
And, whether by cosmic synchronicity, or through intelligent design, it answers the most rudimentary of all riddles. The same all great thinkers through time inevitably arrive at, but continues to evade all of even the most strident seekers of “truth.”
And that’s all folks. That’s the end.
Note A: The mentioned review of Being There with Peter Sellers, can be found at Being in the Garden of Earthly Delight, and a thorough elucidation on the Macrocosm versus the Microcosm can be found at As Below So Above (Wisdom).
Note B: Though I rarely ever do this (for good reason), I feel compelled to applaud Joon-ho Bong and Kelly Masterson for bringing us this superb film, and Chris Evans, Ed Harris, Tilda Swinton, Kang-ho Song and John Hurt for their impressive performances conveying the subtext.