CCR 018: Olympic Opening Ceremonies and Bolivian Coca Cola Lockout

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ILLUMINATI SYMBOLS AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES! Basil and Gonz talk about the opening ceremonies of the Olympic games and its many symbolic gestures. They then discuss the lock out of Coca Cola in the country of Bolivia using the concept of a “new beginnings” on December 21, 2012.

LINKS

Symbols of the Olympic Games: http://www.riseearth.com/2012/07/illuminati-occult-symbolism-in-2012.html#.UBmN68jC5e6

Face Like The Sun Blog Post: http://www.facelikethesun.com/2012/07/31/olympic-games-2012-thoughts-on-the-opening-ceremony/

Bolivian Ban of Coca Cola: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/01/bolivia-expels-coca-cola-_n_1729298.html

32 comments… add one
  1. Here’s a link to the opening ceremony 🙂

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01l4ldk

    Only watched the end and beginning myself. Could hear the fireworks like 7-8 miles away in my flat!

    1. Tried to watch the opening ceremonies, got as far as the tree rising and people coming out ,and then the hairs on my head started tingling so bad I had to stop. haha Seriously, that was weird.

    2. mark

      how many people came out of the mound i wonder? was it 33?

  2. Thanks for the shout out too guys 🙂

    Things are still okay over here despite half of an entire train being packed totally full of tourists and their huge bags this morning!

  3. Brad

    Gonz, what sport were you involved in?

    1. admin

      Hey Brad

      I was a competitive swimmer. There’s a list out there somewhere of top age group swimmers where my name ranks higher than Michael Phelps 🙂 Those were many moons ago, and many pounds ago as well!

      It’s been cool to see so many old friends and teammates compete in the games over the years though.

      Gonz

      1. Brad

        thats pretty impressive. there is still time.. 2016 will be here before u know it 🙂

        1. admin

          lol. As much as I would like to, not gonna happen 😀

          1. Brad

            i saw a few pics of u on skiba’s fb.. i thought maybe it was swimming, or judo, jk.

          2. admin

            I Believe in you Gonz!

            -Basil

  4. The way you guys describe the opening ceremony makes me wish I’d sat through the whole thing. You convinced me with the “big baby-thing” 🙂

    You got Glastonbury spot on the first time 😉

    Bit of a strange gesture to make Coke illegal or ban it… Just checked the article, seems that the official’s words were out of context. But as long as you have central banks printing money and structuring the worlds finance upon infinite debt I doubt much will change any time soon. Also, I think it is important to remember that capitalism is not inherently corrupt at least by economic standards- in fact I agree with a lot of it in principal, as in it’s the best system we have achieved so far. Sadly capitalism as it stands is massively corrupted into some kind of backwards socialisation of loss and abandonment of morals and ethics.

    When I was a teenager- guy I knew drunk loads of coke and had hard palpitations when he was playing tennis, crazy stuff.

    1. admin

      I agree that capitalism itself is not the issue. But as you said, it’s become corrupt. As the bible states in 1 Timothy 6:10, it’s the love of money that is the root of all kinds of evil. Not money itself.

      Gonz

    2. admin

      I find capitalism fascinating in that it is EXACTLY like the game of monopoly. (or the other way around.) the game is fun at the beginning, but it ends with one person owning everything. It’s not a sustainable system. It’s only when you restart the game that the rules become fair again.

      -Basil

    3. Arnn

      Howdy Jonny,

      Capitalism started off as a good thing in that the selling of products hinged on that particular product’s reliability/efficiency. Where capitalism really failed is when it became so sales saturated that the reliability of the product went out the window and the selling of the product became the main motivation. This occured when people found out that selling a product results in a larger profit margin than designing a reliable product.
      It’s my belief that Anti-social personality disorder is a lot more rampant here in America these days due to the “salesman mentality”. Just look at Wallstreet, facebook, or hollywood—it’s all about image. This is purely anecdotal but I’m willing to bet that “soft” psychopaths are more present in our society due to seared conscious as a result of trying to “get one over” on other people—that is selling to other people. Look at who is generally in charge of large Churches—it’s usually a pastor with a big toothy grin and a caracature-like face—they can talk, they can show out, but there is a lack of substance when you try to talk to someone like this.
      Here in Oklahoma sleep medicine is saturated with sociopaths who own these sleep labs and are just out to make a buck–they care nothing for the patient. All this due to loose Stark laws.

      Well I’ve rambled enough,

      Best,

      Arnn

      1. Arnn

        Oh yeah,

        Socialism isn’t any better—maybe in a population the size of Tulsa it may work, but anything bigger results in the same cronies rising to the top—in other words Castro would probably thrive just as well on Wallstreet or Congress as he did in a small island nation with the oxymoronic title of communist-dicatator.

        Politics . . . sigh. . .

        Arnn

      2. Hey Arnn! I’m in total agreement, for most people it’s hard to believe until you’ve understood the personality traits involved and then worked with people like that.

        Before I just thought people like that were horrible, but now I’ve come to understand it’s sometimes psychological as well.

        In my line of work, I’ve seen more than my fair share and heard some utterly mad stories. I can spot them a mile off now.

        To cite another documentary on this: ‘I am fish head’ is really great, if a little biased- fish rotting from the head down and all that.

        There’s a great Phillip K Dick novel where all the characters are constantly reeling off slogans and jingles of products in the middle of their conversations to socially and materially advance themselves. Can’t remember the name of it right now though. Not so crazy when you think of adverts and products becoming little memes in people’s vocabulary!

        1. Arnn

          Wow, Jonny—like minds! I thought of “fisheads” as well—as a matter of fact it’s on both that documentary website you referred me to (great recommendation by the way) and the topdoc website—watched it a while back. “The Sociopath Next Door” is a fair read on the topic.

          It’s a good asset to spot such people as you stated, I have to catch myself, sometimes I lean towards cynicism.

          I’ll have to google around for that Dick novel. That didn’t come out right.

          Best,

          Arnn

        2. Arnn

          Philip K. Dick wrote a short story called “Sales Pitch” but I don’t think that is what you are referring to. On the other hand while I was searching I found an awesome online library called naderlibrary.com after Ralph Nader—it has tons of reading from “The Hermetica of Hermes Mecurius” to the screenplay for “Dr. Strangelove”, to Swedenborg to Goethe to Bosche. Fantanstic! However use discretion has some creeps in there as well (e.g. crowley)

          1. admin

            Stay tuned for some expertise analysis of Crowley! 😉

            Gonz

          2. Arnn

            That sounds cool Gonz!

            Arnn

          3. That’s a great link, I’ll be checking some of that out!

  5. Brad

    Hey Basil,

    What if I have 1 coke a day? That crap is delicous. 🙂

    1. admin

      I’ll admit, Coke is delicious, luckily there’re enough info-graphics about Coke floating around on the internet that riiiiight when i start thinking i could have a can, i’m reminded thats its straight up, undeniably, unforgivably, poison. Proceed with caution, haha.

      -Basil

  6. wheatfig

    Something Basil had commented on was the aerial flyover and the colored streams of smoke. In keeping in the spirit of conjecture, yet “what if”, I submit that the fireworks were holograms, the smoke real. This whole thing, to me, reeks of Rev.9. A pandemic that can only be cured by the sting of a locust, whose power is in it’s tail like a scorpion. Sounds a lot like a syringe injection. Again, conjecture…but hmmm…

    1. admin

      Even if the fireworks were real, theres nothing to say that there couldn’t have been some sort of contagion dispersed in the explosion. Again, no evidence, but interesting possibilities. Keep the olympic attendees is prayer!

      -Basil

  7. Roman Garcia

    Yes! I’ve been waiting for this. I saw a ton of suspect stuff but didn’t know exactly what was going on. I’ll post again after I’ve heard this episode. Thanks guys!

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  8. Arnn

    As far as my take on the opening ceremonies: My wife and Mother-in-Law watched it with that confused “white people are crazy” expression on their faces. Occasionally I’d chime in “Oh look, it’s the illuminati in action”, then they’d give me the “white people are crazy” look!

    But seriously, the opening cerimonies seemed to follow the Denver Airport murals. From the destruction of a horrific beast to the new age sun-flower thing—it was indeed creepy! If you google Denver Airport Murals should see a correlation.

    Arnn

    1. admin

      I was able to check out the Denver Murals with Chris Pinto of all people last year in Branson. It was fun. Definitely the same concepts of some horrific event followed by world peace. The theme has been there since the beginning.

      -Gonz

      BTW…”white people are crazy”…probably the same look my parents use to give my friends. lol

      1. Arnn

        That’s funny, Gonz!

        Another strange thing about those murals—it seems like most of the websites that cover ’em in detail are ten or fifteen years old. This is even stranger in they were a hot topic around the time the internet started coming into fruition in the mid to late 90’s.

        Best,

        Arnn

  9. Chris Thompson

    Hi guys!
    Love what you do, and I appreciate your insights. However, being a critical thinker who is surrounded by friends who are critical thinkers, I can’t seem to get them to buy into my (your) theories if we wander into speculations that are not backed by facts. There was a lot of speculation in this episode. Anyway, I love what you guys do!

    1. admin

      Unfortunately the powers that be aren’t keen on publishing their use of occult symbolism in many peer reviewed journals. My experience has been that its the critical thinkers are that able to put two and two together and connect the dots. It’s been the simple minded, in my opinion, who ignore blatant correlations between the occult and current events; who trust their “leaders” enough to simply swallow the official story based on “facts.” But it’s hard to convinced someone of occult symbolism in the olympic opening ceremony if they are not yet privy to the fact that the leaders of this planet actively worship satan, commit human sacrifices, and play with the world economy as if it were their plaything. My advice to you would be “Baby steps.” Perhaps reminding them that speculation is the very foundation of the scientific process.

      “HEY GUYS! GRAVITY!”
      “SHOW US THE FACTS NEWTON!”
      To this day, the facts surrounding gravity are still largely a mystery. Our very idea of what gravity really IS is still a complete speculation. Yet, we can count on its affects as we occasionally experience it throughout the day. 🙂

      Good luck Chris! Think outside the cage.
      -Basil

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