H.R. Giger: Dark Superstar of the Occult and Illuminati- NSFW

*I’ve used Giger’s art to illustrate my points [FAIR USE] which contains phalluses, breasts, and other not-safe-for-work things, so if you’re squeamish or at work; turn back now.*

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Today we’ll look at an influential artist who inspired and designed many works of Hollywood Illuminati and occult symbolism. This is a man who has explored the dark side of Aleister Crowley’s Abyss and seems to like it there. The darkness of his art supports many of the theories I’ve presented on IlluminatiWatcher.com and in my collection of books, which is why I wanted to devote an article to the subject.

This man is Hans Reudi Giger; aka H.R. Giger.

H.R. Giger shows us the occult symbol of the All Seeing Eye

H.R. Giger shows us the occult symbol of the All Seeing Eye in his “Polaroids” exhibit

 

I’ve posted a video on the IlluminatiWatcher1 YouTube channel that crosses similar content; but with clips from Giger’s documentary. I’d advise watching the video and then coming back here to look deeper into some of the concepts (*and don’t be shy- SUBSCRIBE to the channel so we can stay linked up):

Giger was a Swiss artist who passed away in 2014, but his works have influenced millions of fans, and imagery from films that you’ve surely been exposed to. Movies like Alien(s) and Prometheus feature bizarre characters and sets that came directly from the mind of H.R. Giger. He was even set to work on heavy duty occultist Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Dune (but that film failed to come to fruition).

HR Giger Jodorowsky Dune 2

So what is all the fuss about? I realize his work is dark in nature so we should already half-expect it to be “occultish” or “Illuminati”, but I’d like to point out some things that support many other topics I’ve covered in the past, just so you can see the connections being made…

 

Invasion of the Occult Aliens 

H.R. Giger was an artist that was chosen by Alejandro Jodorowsky to help stage his vision of Dune. In the documentary about this failed movie (it was later done by David Lynch instead), Jodorowsky tells us why he chose Giger and explains that he had tapped into something very dark and it was the perfect imagery for the evil that was supposed to be present in the film.

If you watch the documentary about Jodorowsky’s Dune you’ll also find out that this failed project was what introduced Giger to other artists like Jean “Mobius” Gerard (*who was also teamed up with Paulo Coelho- see my analysis on The Alchemist with its own occult messaging) and screenwriter Dan O’Bannon. This collaboration would give way to Giger’s true fame- Ridley Scott’s Alien.

Giger broke onto the pop culture scene when he was chosen to provide the imagery for the Alien films due to Ridley Scott’s interest in Giger’s Necronom IV which would eventually be the inspiration for the aliens in the film:

HR Giger Necronom IV

Scott would also utilize Giger’s visions for the occult-themed Prometheus film that I’ve covered due to its Ancient Alien predictive programming in my first book.

Director Ridley Scott appears to be releasing works that support the occult agenda- including a project about rocket scientist and Crowley-ite Jack Parsons. The show will be based on the book called Strange Angel and Deadline.com revealed the material:

Based on George Pendle’s book Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life Of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside, the drama tells the story of Jack Parsons, a brilliant rocket scientist and co-founder of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. While a pioneer in research that had only recently been dreamed up in science fiction, his bright future gave way to ruin as Parsons headed down another, darker path into the occult community of mid-century Los Angeles.

Jack Parsons Strange Angel

Parsons conducted the Babylon Workings rituals based on Crowley’s magickal formulas with the founder of Church of Scientology; L. Ron Hubbard, but there will be more on Crowley in a bit.

Sir Ridley Scott was knighted in 2003- and for good reason. He’s had works of art that are iconic to the masses; meanwhile they could quite possibly be predictively programming us to welcome the demonic alien invasion that I’ve been talking about for some time now.

He was also the director behind a film I’ve covered more in-depth for its hidden occult messages with The Martian:

The Martian watney burns cross crucifix

Ridley is an open atheist which follows most of the material I’ll cover in here; which is ironic because his film Exodus: Gods and Kings seems a bit at odds to his beliefs:

Your next film, “Exodus,” is a massive Moses-wandering-through-the-desert epic, which seems ambitious. 

Ridley: I’ve got it fairly well plotted out. I’m an atheist, which is actually good, because I’ve got to convince myself the story works.

Going closer to his atheist ties, we can see the idea that aliens and/or gods may exist in outer space. This is a disturbing trend that is not going away anytime soon with NASA claiming that we’re going to make contact by 2025…

From Space.com:

“I think we’re going to have strong indications of life beyond Earth within a decade, and I think we’re going to have definitive evidence within 20 to 30 years,” NASA chief scientist Ellen Stofan said Tuesday (April 7) during a panel discussion that focused on the space agency’s efforts to search for habitable worlds and alien life.

“We know where to look. We know how to look,” Stofan added during the event, which was webcast live. “In most cases we have the technology, and we’re on a path to implementing it. And so I think we’re definitely on the road.”

Giger’s art typically revolves around life, sex, and death with alien beings present. The fact that we see this concept so often in works of occult art is of no coincidence. In the films AlienAlien vs. Predator, and Prometheus we see the impregnating of alien species; often times in that of a human carrier. This is the modern day sci-fi version of Rosemary’s Baby. They want to eventually push for the sexual offspring of the alien-demonic race; similar to the Nephilim race that were allegedly created by giants from the heavens and the women they mated with on Earth.

In Prometheus we see the Trilobite as the alien offspring, which resembles the face hugger from Alien as well- both Giger inspired:

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom Prometheus16

To provide a more concrete example of what I’m referring to with this campaign to sexualize aliens; VICE had an article about a man who created a device used to insert alien eggs inside of your body. Of course these aren’t real alien eggs, but rather slimy gelatin ones to simulate the “real” thing.

Ovipositor VICE Alien Eggs

They interviewed the founder of the “Ovipositor” who goes by the name of LoneWolf and he said the following:

There are different perspectives of everything, and Ovipositors are no exception. Many like to envision an alien creature that wants its eggs inside you. It can be a little intimidating or off-putting to those who do not fantasize about being the willing or unwilling host of alien beings inside them. It blurs the line of our own humanity to find sexual pleasure with something that is so far from human, and for some, just talking about it gets them wet.

Ovipositor VICE alien eggs phallus

This is the disturbing result of predictive programming. Hollywood has showed us this concept and now people are getting into it as a sexual fetish. H.R. Giger’s painting typically uses a mixture of aliens and sexual activities; which very well might’ve influenced the creator of this device. You can see this as an example of how the agenda works. First the occultists make contact with the demonic entities, then they place them in works of art, and finally the people subscribe to it and start practicing it.

Science Fiction is the genre used to push this agenda forward with the multiple cases of genetically evolved “superheroes” and alien “gods.” The demonization of organized religion plays right into it all, and we’ve seen this exact theory supported when an advertisement for the Church was banned from playing before Star Wars: The Force Awakens:

Fox Star Wars Church Banned

This could’ve been predicted because just weeks prior to that snafu they released the Star Wars movie poster one-sheets and they had the demonic All Seeing Eye highlighted throughout; which would’ve made Giger proud:

Star Wars the Force Awakens posters All Seeing Eye Illuminati

Aleister Crowley: The Influential Beast 666

It’s rare that I can talk about any topic on this website without British occultist Aleister Crowley’s name coming up:

Aleister Crowley triangle hat

Here is how Giger takes part of the Crowley obsession within the occult…

On Giger’s website we can see in his own words that he thinks Crowley is the “best magician.” He has an offering imprinted onto a snowboard called “Crowley” which explains the connections:

Crowley (The Beast 666), 1975, Work no. 274,
(200 x 140), shows the portrait of A. Crowley, the best magician, who – with his pointed hat – occupies the left part of the painting. In keeping with the dogma, “below as above”, or “Macro-Microcosmos”, he holds the reversal of the hat in his hand, an ice-cream cone. The portrait originates from a photograph, which shows the magician in his elderly years, when he caused quite a sensation with hisexposition of his paintings and drawings at the Gallery Pforzheim in Berlin. The pointed hat represents Crowley’s first ascent of the K2 in the Himalayas.

HR Giger Crowley The Beast 666 board

This came from the larger body of work called Crowley (*take notice to the 666 hand present in the image):

HR Giger Crowley Beast 666

 

Just like Crowley; Giger tried to distance himself from Satan worship.  On Giger’s website he talked about one of the images he had:

Spell II, 1973, Work no. 238, is one of my most intense paintings. The woman on the snowboard is the focal point of the painting. Her feet are tied to an inverted cross. At that point in time, I was very much interested in magic and witchcraft. Incidentally, I would like to stress that I have nothing at all to do with Satan and that I detest cruelty to animals. The Spell Temple series, created 25 years ago, contain symbols which certain fools use to try bring me into a relationship with black magic, an association I strongly decline.

HR Giger Spell II

He denies satanism and black magic, but does say something of interest:

I was very much interested in magic and witchcraft

While these things don’t necessarily tie someone into worshipping satan, it does put them into the ballpark.  As it turns out, in Dark Star: HR Giger’s World, Hans himself reveals that The Spell Room is his favorite place, and we already know why- its the darkest form of artistic expression with its imagery of the Baphomet…

HR Giger Spell Room

HR Giger Spell IV

Notice the black and white polarities- akin to Boaz and Jachin and the opposing spiritual forces

 

Into the Abyss…

Austin Osman Spare is listed as one of Giger’s influences which may seem innocuous but Spare is a man of occult greatness. His work explored the connection of the subconscious with its symbols and the conscious mind. It seems to echo the “As Above So Below” Hermeticism that so many Illuminati types are into.

Austin Osman Spare All Seeing Eye and Mano Cornuto hand

Austin Osman Spare All Seeing Eye and Mano Cornuto hand

When you read about him you’ll find work with sigils and magick rituals and time spent in Aleister Crowley’s Silver Star A.A. group- all par for the course here. His influence on sigil magick has no doubt inspired modern day occultists like Damien Echols and the like.

In Kenneth Grant’s The Magickal Revival, he details

Spare too was able occasionally to conjure thought-forms to visible appearance, but whereas in the old witch’s case it was an unfailing power, in his own case it was erratic and uncertain. On one occasion it worked only too effectively, as two unfortunate persons learnt to their cost. They were of the dilettante kind, mere dabblers in the occult. They wanted Spare to conjure an Elemental to visible appearance.

They had seen materialized spirits of the dead in the seance room, but had never seen an Elemental. Spare tried to dissuade them, explaining that such creatures were subconscious automata inhabiting the human psyche at levels normally inaccessible to the conscious mind. As they almost always embodied atavistic urges and propensities, it was an act of folly to evoke them as their intrusion into waking life could be extremely dangerous.

This spirit materialization turned out to be an entity of evil (which is precisely why I warn of dabbling into the spiritual realm- you don’t know what you’re going to get). The results were tragic (again; this is one of the things we’ve been warned of multiple times- by Crowley and the like):

But while it had cohered and hung in the room like a cloud, it was virtually opaque and tangible; and it reeked of evil. Both the people concerned were fundamentally changed. Within weeks, one died of no apparent cause; the other had to be committed to an insane asylum

Giger’s first wife passed away tragically in a suicide, and Giger was concerned that his works drew her into the darkness- not much different than the warnings that occultists like Grant and Crowley have talked about before:

HR Giger wife suicide

 

We also see that Spare used the evil entity to create artwork- much like our subject at hand, Mr. Giger:

Although Spare was convinced that an occult Intelligence frequently painted, drew, or wrote through him, he was unable to discover its identity.

Much like Giger; Spare’s artwork communicated on the subconscious realm which is analogous to all of the symbolism I’ve been talking about for years:

Spare’s frequent traffic with denizens of invisible realms led to his evolving a graphic means of conjoining all thoughts- past, present, and future- in the ever-fluid ether of Consciousness. His graphic symbology represents a definite language designed to facilitate communication with the psychic and subliminal world.

The point behind this is to convey to the reader that Giger has traversed the depths of the Abyss that many occultists have explored. Crowley and Spare both employed magick rituals and occult practices to explore this nether region where alleged evil spirits reside.

Aleister Crowley and John Dee called this evil entity Choronzon and HP Lovecraft called it Chtulu. There are of course many differences between the two entities, but in my opinion they are both expressions of the same evil that exists in a hidden dimension. Occultists believe that confronting this form of evil is what is required to cross the bridge into enlightenment.

On the Kabbalah Tree of Life it is the shortcut that takes one from the earthly realm of the adept and into the heavens where God resides. It is all about destruction of the ego- which is precisely what Jodorowsky’s Holy Mountain film preaches (*recall that Giger was to work with Jodorowsky on Dune):

Holy Mountain Destruction of Ego

 

Giger was largely influenced by H.P. Lovecraft as well (H.P. = H.R.?…), which we also see in Dark Star when they pan through his library of books and horrific literature:

HR Giger Dark Star HP Lovecraft books

 

If one wanted to traverse this Kabbalah Tree of Life they should take the path of the lightning bolt where they avoid the Abyss (that dark sephirot up the center line). This zig-zag traversal will take the initiate along each sephirot where they can master each lesson of life:

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom tree of life kabbalah lightning bolt WO

 

We see the lightning bolt hidden in Giger’s work as well amidst the horned entities and other dark figures:

HR Giger Anima Mia False Maria Lightning

 

The byproduct of going into the Abyss is that one can lose themselves (or their minds). Giger once said “I am afraid of my visions” and I believe that to be of just cause. It seems that he has not only peered into the Abyss; but brought some things back with him…

 

Other Occult Influences

Another man associated with Giger is Timothy Leary. Here we have a man who also followed Crowley while promoting LSD as a way to expand the mind. He seems to also have supported the idea of traversing the Abyss and dissolution of the ego through the journeys one could take on LSD.

Timothy Leary 666 hand

Giger’s work shows us all too clearly where we come from and where we are going. It spooks us because of its enormous evolutionary time span.” -Timothy Leary on Giger’s Polaroids

I covered the bizarre ritual in which Susan Sarandon drank Leary’s ashes at the pagan Burning Man festival, so it appears she’s carrying on some of these strange traditions. Leary seemed to campaign for the evolution of mankind in which we’ll eventually be sent out into space in search of our alien “gods” which is the plot of Prometheus and brings us full circle…

One of the pioneer’s of the death metal genre is a singer named Thomas Fischer who turns out to be a close friend and assistant to HR Giger. In Dark Star we see him wearing a necklace with a familiar symbol…

Thomas Fischer Thelema Unicursal Hexagram

The necklace is the symbol for Crowley’s religion of Thelema. Ironically it is also referenced as a symbol for traversing the Tree of Life with the lightning bolt zig-zag:

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom Crowley Thelema Unicursal Hexagram Lightning

I’ve covered this “Unicursal Hexagram” many times in the past on IlluminatiWatcher.com- from Dave Navarro’s tattoos to Suicide Squad:

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom-Illuminati-Tattoos-19-Dave-Navarro WO

 

Suicide Squad Cara Delevingne Thelema Unicursal Hexagram

 

One of the traits of Giger’s art is that of the Biomechanical. He has one work called Anima Mia that has many female robotic-demon entities:

HR Giger Anima Mia False Maria Lightning

 

If this looks familiar it is because it is reminiscent of the film Metropolis. I’ve covered this movie as one of the first Illuminati symbolism rich films and here it appears again. You’ll notice the name of the work is “Anima Mia” which isn’t so far from “False Maria”- the name of the demonic Whore of Babylon in Metropolis that gets animated (“Anima”ted Maria) that some celebrity females fashion themselves after today:

WO Metropolis False Maria Robot Pentagram

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom Metropolis False Maria Whitney Houston

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom Metropolis False Maria Beyonce

Lady Gaga Paparazzi Metropolis False Maria

 

We also see the horned archetype in many of Giger’s paintings which are a calling to Moloch:

HR Giger Li I

 

As I’ve already illustrated; in the “Crowley” painting we see the 666 hand, which we also see in the documentary from his wife- perhaps the incarnation of his desires; similar to Crowley’s Scarlet Women. Is it coincidental? Or is this part of the output from the symbolism rich environment Giger created?

Giger 666 hand

 

A painting called Illuminatus was inspired by Robert Anton Wilson’s books of the same name, which have all of the familiar symbolic workings we’ve spoken of with the All Seeing Eye and 666 around the eyes of one of the old men (the Illuminati):

HR Giger Illuminatus 666 and All Seeing Eye

 

Take a close look at “The Magician” on the lapel area; you’ll see some imagery that has been echoed elsewhere. It’s more of the horned Moloch deity but also the Tarot card for the magician:

HR Giger The Magician Tarot Moloch

 

This magician archetype is also conveyed as the Joker- which we’ve unfortunately had associated with death many times in recent history with mass shootings and suicides:

Joker Jared Leto Heath Ledger tarot Fool Magician Batman

 

The satanic rock group Danzig released an album called Danzig III: How the Gods Kill in which Giger contributed the artwork on the cover:

Danzig_III_How_the_Gods_Kill Giger

One of the songs on that album is called Do You Wear the Mark? which is no doubt about pledging allegiance to Satan and referencing the Illuminati Mark of the Beast:

Devil on the left
Angel on the right
There’s no mistake
Who’ll I’ll be with tonight

Another openly satanic death metal band Behemoth released a song called Messe Noire that had a video dedicated to Giger. The video depicts the All Seeing Eye with Lucifer/Satan dropping “like lightning” from the Heavens amidst Giger-esque imagery.

Behemoth Messe Noir video All Seeing Eye

The lyrics make no question as to their beliefs:

I believe in Satan
Who rend both heavens and earth
And in the Antichrist

They seem to have the “Mark of the Beast” that Danzig spoke of because they’ve tattooed these Giger images on themselves:

Behemoth Messe Noir video HR Giger tribute

 

There is a sculpture he created called Emblem for a Secret Society clear back in 1967 and it shows us the same Jay-Z Roc diamond/triangle hands:

HR Giger Emblem of a Secret Society sculpture Roc Diamond

 

Many people don’t believe that the symbol Jay-Z and his followers throw out means anything; but I assure you it does. I went deep into this theory in my hip hop conspiracy book called SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC so please read that for more on the subject.

In Conclusion

If H.R. Giger is not a Satanist, he is certainly missing a good opportunity. From what I gather he doesn’t subscribe to it, but it seems to me that he is certainly channeling it- and this is the warning I’ve been trying to get out to the masses.

He has a painting called Lilith and Baphomet that shows us Baphomet, Lilith, an inverted cross, and pentagrams on it for crying out loud.

Giger Lilith Baphomet

In a 1994 interview with Steven Cerio he was flat out asked about the satanism in his works but seems to evade direct response:

Is your use of Satanism purely poetic?

Giger: My interest came from literature. I was quite interested in mythology and magic and that’s why those images appear in my art.

You see; the Illuminati are practitioners of the occult. In order to understand their agenda you must study and learn occult practices (like ceremonial magick) which typically include some form of contact with the spiritual realm. Those that dabble into the dark underbelly find themselves face-to-face with the purest form of evil which takes the appearance of demonic spirits. Others find evil in the appearance of extraterrestrial entities, like Crowley’s Lam.

Crowley contacted an entity from the "Other Side" named Lam- the first 'grey' alien

Crowley contacted an entity from the “Other Side” named Lam- the first ‘grey’ alien

Either way, the trend as of lately is to have the masses pursue contact with these entities. We see this in the form of “ghost hunting” or “UFO spotting” which gets plenty of attention from shows like Ghost Adventures and UFO Hunters. These practices are deceptions in that the Illuminati want to harness the global energy to seek these demonic entities.

In that same Steven Cerio interview he finishes by saying something that most wouldn’t think twice about:

Is man good or evil?

Giger: Man is both. Without evil, there’s no good. If there were only good people, the world would be shit.

This is the expression and purpose of satanism. The followers truly believe that Satan is the dark hero who makes all things possible. Satan “gave” us emotions, passions, and excitement. He is the ultimate bad-boy.

When you search for the Devil; he will appear…

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-Isaac Weishaupt

P.S. Here is the video one more time in case you didn’t watch it yet. It has video clips and more info not covered in this post:

 

 

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  1. There’s an HR Giger doc on Netflix where it is told that his sister took him to a museum one day and had the curator pull out a mummy for them to look at. HR recounted that he was terrified of the mummy but later kept returning on a weekly basis to visit the Mummy to supposedly get over his fear.

    This makes one wonder if he established a link with an “entity” perhaps because it’s later also recounted that he would often not recall actually painting his paintings due to being in a trance of sorts.

    Combine this with his later Ozzy-like difficulty communicating clearly (almost seeming to rely on grunts and guttural mumblings, like others who may have been “burnt out” by channeling whatever other dark muses where trying to imprint reality through them.

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  2. “The Magician” looks like a creepy-as-f*ck Uma Thurman, haha…

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  3. A whole occult analysis of Dune could be done, what with the Bene Jesserit witches trying to make a worldly savior through a manipulated bloodline. If you place the graphic unicursal hexagram over the top section of the tree of life in Kabbalah the center is right over Da’ath the gate to the qliphoth and the Abyss. And the lightning bolt informs the title of Liber 777 by Crowley, he said it’s a visual representation of the lightning that broke the primal sephirot and made the qliphoth.

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  4. The Abyss cannot be avoided, it must be crossed. If you are unsure of what this means, read the work of nondual teachers like Sri Atmananda in combination with Kenneth Grant.

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    • Would you mind elaborating on this comment? The connection you are referring to between the kabbalistic ascent of Crowley and Grant and Indian advaita vedanta is not culturally obvious. I know that Crowley especially was interested in Dravidian religious practices and their possible transfer to the Near East via Sumerian or older cultures, but if you have some further detail that would be helpful. I also personally think that Crowley and Grant seemed to dwell obsessively on the Abyss rather than trying to traverse it, despite what Crowley said about having to cross it to reach the supernal sephirot.

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  5. Good stuff, Isaac! Just caught Dark Star on Netflix last night. I am a fan of Giger but never seen his work in HD like that before! A ridiculously talented guy, yet deeply disturbed. My heart goes out form him and I hope he has finally found some rest. I’m an atheist, but like Mark Twain, I hope that even the himself devil finds peace (if he existed). While I do not believe in deities, I do believe that humanity is limited in its perception of the spiritual, therefore leaving it vulnerable to possible manipulation beyond our comprehension. The Old Testament always did make me feel uneasy. I feel Giger’s work and all depictions of darkness comes down to the emotions that are evokes within the viewer personally. Some are repulsed, some feel fear, some are neutral, and some see a hint of beauty.

    Giger definitely had some affiliation with Freemasonry, likely after he broke into Hollywood, and his work “Kitchen Door” should support that claim even further. I don’t know if he caused anyone harm, but the Austrian artist, Gottfried Helnwein, is one I am seriously concerned about. I’ve have complied what I hope is a decent case that he may be a former victim or possible victimizer when it comes to ritual abuse. Putting this kind of stuff together put me into a depression for awhile, so just a head up. If you are willing, I think there may be something here.

    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1038593/pg1

    Keep those eyes and mind open! Much Love!

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  6. Thank you for this article, I watched the Dark Star documentary a couple of days ago not knowing much if anything about H.R Giger but being very aware of occult symbolism it was impossible not to notice the references to satanism and the occult. It also seemed likely that Giger created his art work through channeling dark spirits as he said he had no control over what he was doing and the work just ‘came out’ of him without thinking, that he was just a vessel for something else to work through. He seemed really disturbed and kind of like.. his body, spirit and home was tainted and rotting in the sense that he had spent his life in darkness and it aged him. He seemed very frail and unwell even for someone his age. Anyway I wanted to ask why is Damien Echols included in this post as being someone who practices the occult? Is this in reference to the west memphis case? Because Damien Echols was just a kid who was abit of a loner and a loser no offense, he was just trying to find his way. Alternative lifestyles were all the rage in the early 90s, he was no different to any other kid. He didnt commit any crimes. That reference really shocked me as being badly researched and referenced. to reference a 15 year old kid as being an occult icon is abit of a joke. That aside, I LOVE your articles and research Isaac, your awesome! 😀

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    • I’d say it’s more in reference to Damien Echols today and the “artwork” he’s doing.

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    • NAIVE. Research that case properly instead of watching Hollywood films about it and repeating what they told you.

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  7. Channeling would be the right word. Austin Osman Spare practiced automatic drawing. People should take a look at those works and ask themselves what is being communicated through the images and who’s doing the communicating. Other works you should check out are those of Rosaleen Norton, an artist and admitted occultist/witch who practiced forms of automatic drawing/channeling as well.. I think you’ll find the imagery strikingly similar. Whether or not you believe these artists were tapping into some other worldly force, there are undeniably “reoccurring themes” between their works. It’s a safe bet that the ‘inspiration” was coming from the same place.

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  8. Amazing Article as always sir!!! I’ll definitely checkout Dark Star and write a follow up comment

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  9. his work need to be destroyed…as simple as it izz..entitys are made in the etheric, he did not channeld it only, he created it! in the etheric, wake up! disharmonic overtones dark master was a vry dark occultist..he keeps quite…i am not blind i am aware of this etheric thoughtforms cause i see there in the ether since 25 jears End.

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  10. Thanks for the article. I recently came upon your website and Youtube channel; I wish I remembered how… I have always enjoyed Giger’s work, even before I knew who he was. I remember being somewhat enthralled by the Emerson, Lake & Palmer album cover of “Brain Salad Surgery” when I owned it as a teenager. Dang, I wish I still had that LP! I think my only other exposure to his work was a calendar of his artwork, some years ago. I didn’t realize the occult connection from such little exposure, so thanks for the analysis. (I’ve really enjoyed all of your articles and videos. Maybe I’ll be able to pick up you Behind the Mic book soon!)

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