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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Davis Aurini Warns About Pepe, Kek, and the Elder Gods

A magical sigil, or glyph, is created to project someone's will into the world.  When a lot of people unite their willpower towards a single sigil, it becomes a hypersigil, which is supposedly more potent.

Now, if you're unfamiliar with the Alt-Right internet culture, I will have to tell you about two words: Pepe and Kek.

Pepe is a sort of frog mascot that winks his eye at you as we all watch Hillary Clinton stumble into her wheelchair-accessible van.

"Kek" is an expression that Alt-Right people will sometimes type out in comment boxes.  It's sort of like a defying laugh.  It means "I'm laughing out loud," yet in a subversive way.  "Kek!" is a very common expression in Alt-Right circles.  Whenever someone on the Alt-Right celebrates with "Kek!" or flashes Pepe's face, they are taking pleasure in the darkness and chaos that is being created by the Left's feckless insanity as the world burns.  And, I daresay, it is all akin to a phenomenon I've applied to myself, which I call Level Jonah.

"Kek!"
It seems, however, that there are some amazing coincidences about Pepe and Kek that have roots in ancient Egyptian paganism.  And it may very well be that, ultimately, by cherishing and channeling the Alt-Right love for chaos with this mascot, we may very well be, somehow, summoning or even worshiping an ancient Egyptian frog god.

Heqet, a hermaphrodite fertility god, closely tied to the Ogdoad god, Kek.
Kek is a symbol of darkness and impending life.

The best written article that speculates upon this mysterious and ancient-to-modernity convergence is titled:  The Truth About Pepe The Frog And The Cult Of Kek.  In it, the writer states: 
Pepe the Frog isn’t a harmless meme propagated by teenagers on the internet.  Pepe the Frog is, in fact, the modern-day avatar of an ancient Egyptian deity accidentally resurrected by online imageboard culture. 
The writer goes on to quote Wikipedia about who the god, Kek, is:
Kuk (also spelled as Kek or Keku) is the deification of the primordial concept of darkness in ancient Egyptian religion…
…Like all four dualistic concepts in the Ogdoad, Kuk’s male form was depicted as a frog, or as a frog-headed man, and the female form as a snake, or a snake-headed woman. As a symbol of darkness, Kuk also represented obscurity and the unknown, and thus chaos. Also, Kuk was seen as that which occurred before light, thus was known as the bringer-in of light.
It all seems ominous if you are a spiritual person.  As a Traditionalist Catholic who cherishes the mystical aspects of God, I'm sort of quick to catch on to various underlying preternatural flavors of spirits that drift around in the present day.  

However, another man who's out there with a net, seeking to catch a small part of the zeitgeist--so that he can give it a thorough examination--is Davis Aurini.  At the beginning of last week, Aurini posted a video, titled Pepe, Kek, and the Rise of an Elder God.  Throughout the summer, Aurini has mentioned his reservations about the Alt-Right movement that we've all been witnessing and participating in.  And in this video, he takes a specific and cautious look at the Pepe phenomenon.  I highly recommend you first read the article that I discussed, and then check out Aurini's video/podcast:


Shortly after Aurini made his video about Pepe and Kek, I got to listen live and even comment on The Bechtloff's Saturday Night Livestream.  (A rare treat for me.)  For the first 45+ minutes, A vlogger on the show named Undertow just tried to tear Aurini apart for his Pepe podcast.  He ridiculed it.  Undertow said the following: 
Davis, I don't wanna sound like I'm goin' after you when you're not here to defend yourself.  So I'm just gonna be brief.  Your video about Kek was so fucking autistic...Davis, Kek is not a literal sentient entity.
Undertow mentioned that he regularly does videos, and I'll be curious to check in on them soon.  However, I do not think that he and Aurini's critics on this topic are able to grasp what Aurini is getting at.  

Now, as Aurini was discussing Pepe and Kek in his video, the immediate thing that came to my mind was Jahbulon, a creature that is sort of the pinnacle of Freemasonic symbolism, and it is sort of the ultimate "deity" that the Masons seek to pay homage to.  

Aurini felt compelled enough to expand upon Pepe and Kek in a second video: Kek Pt 2: Demons, Metaphor, and Precision



Davis Aurini is not alone in this ongoing discussion.  Others in our online Alt-Right circles are taking some notice of this phenomenon, and a part of us are curious as to whether or not there is some kind of a diabolic zeitgiest that is, unbeknownst to us, leading us in our advance against Western Liberalism.

Sure, for now the Pepe/Kek theme is a fun banner to wave about as we charge at our enemies on the Left.  But could we be caught up in something unwholesome?  Could it be that we are indeliberately feeding some sort of a--dare I say--invisible and malicious power?  Is Pepe some sort of hypersigil that the followers on the Alt-Right are feeding into, and it's fueling some unknown spirit?  

After delving into this subtopic, I found a fascinating video on Red Ice Radio that discusses the Pepe theme in light of modern occult trends.  I highly recommend it as an afterward to Davis Aurini's videos.

Jahbulon, deity for high-level Freemasons

With all of this being said, I have to ask myself, is my Level Jonah of the same spirit as the Cult of Kek?  Are we falling into a trap set for us by devils?  Tonight, I am unsure.       






14 comments:

  1. You're right Laramie. Images/Icons do matter, politically and, of course, spiritually. Pepe/kek is a symbol of madness, frivolity, chaos for its own sake. It is intimately tied to internet culture, most especially 4chan's. For example, there are people who advocate Trump purely "for the lulz", or to piss off leftists, feminists, or whoever.
    Imagine if every mention of Pepe or post of his image was one of Our Lord instead. I have distanced myself from it too, precisely because of people saying things like, "praise kek", "kek wills it", "our Lord and God kek", etc. 99.99% of this is ironic, I'm sure, but being ironic in religious matters is itself a form of evil.
    It is not that people are consciously invoking an Egyptian demon, it's that they are treating serious events with such frivolity that they are not at all spiritually preparing themselves for what is happening and what is going to happen.

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  2. OK, after watching Aurini's video, I think that it is demonic.

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    1. Seems like it a bit to me. But I could be wrong. Don't know. This whole thing is notable, however.

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  3. After reading this,it helps explains why Gavin McInnes,a novus ordo pewsitter & married man with children,tongue kissed Milo Yianoppulous on Camera.Rebel Media consistently defends and supports Zionism.
    The alt-right suddenly feels like demonic controlled opposition.

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    1. Yes. Though I do enjoy Milo and McInnes in a certain way (they can be hilarious), I do feel the invisible tentacles of a monster trying to worm its way into the movement.

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  4. You, author and commenters, are without doubt onto something here. The alt-right is not the buddy of Catholic Tradition.

    They could in fairness be labelled "liberty-worshipers", in the sense that all their assumptions are founded in the fallacious thinking that the liberty to do whatever one pleases is in itself an absolute good.


    Having had direct experience with their contempt of true religion, I contend they keep cloaked their disdain so as to keep Catholics and heretical Christians in their following.

    I see the Gadsden Flag plastered everywhere, and my reaction is not unlike what the post explains about these pagan images. How is flying that yellow standard NOT venerating the serpent?

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    1. In fairness, however, the "Alt-Right" is just an umbrella term to all of these different people who are reacting to the same thing--horrific Leftism.

      Though people like Vox Day have been trying to create a definition and a list of standards for the Alt-Right, the reality is that we're a "big tent" situation, and I imagine that if our enemies were defeated, we would soon begin to war with each other in the public spaces.

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    2. @Laramie You're exactly right!!!
      I ask this in sincerity not sarcasm.
      How can Roman Catholics serve our Lord Jesus Christ congregate and fraternize with Satan?
      The "Big Tent" won't last much longer,its going to give.
      One reason the Masonic western republics are imploding is we were created under the "big tent" theory.
      The Alt-right realizes multicultural societies don't work.

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  5. some info to Pepe: Illuminati Wizards playing the Pepe Frog God Card (Meme).. The Idols are both frightening and silly, and no one knows why the Masters keep them around. . . (Illuminati Card" the Frog God") Its obvious they are pushing this meme, it spread from 4chan (Anonymus / CIA / Jesuit / Jews) and in 2016 " The Daily Beast published an article titled “How Pepe the Frog Became a Nazi Trump Supporter and Alt-Right Symbol.“ The article included an interview with Twitter user @JaredTSwift, identified as an “anonymous white nationalist,”.. (Anonymus again). "On September 10th, Donald Trump Jr. posted a photoshopped movie poster on Instagram of the 2010 action film The Expendables, which features various prominent conservatives and Pepe the Frog with the title “The Deplorables” .."The following day, NBC News published an article about the photoshop, which referred to Pepe the Frog as a “popular white nationalist symbol” based on a statement made by Southern Poverty Law Center’s Heidi Beirich. That day, several news sites published articles referring to Pepe as a “white supremacist meme” and “white national symbol,” including The Hill, Vanity Fair, Talking Points Memo and CNN... Kuk (also spelled as Kek or Keku) is the deification of the primordial concept of darkness in ancient Egyptian religion. In the Ogdoad cosmogony, his name meant darkness. As a symbol of darkness, Kuk also represented obscurity and the unknown, and thus chaos. Also, Kuk was seen as that which occurred before light, thus was known as the bringer-in of LIGHT. ("Lux"= latin for Light). KUK + LUX + KLAN = KKK. The doctrine of bringing order out of chaos is reconciling the two opposites. This means to neutralize both sides (RACEWAR), associated with egyptian Deities (ISIS = muslim / black Groups vs. KEK = White People / Christian). MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS, BOTH ASSOCIATED WITH EGYPTIAN DEITIES ARE FORCED TO KILL EACH OTHER IN A RACEWAR. THE SURVIVORS WILL BE THE ELITE, THE "CHOSEN ONES" THAT GAVE BIRTH TO HORUS BY THEIR SINISTER NWO AGENDA!!

    If we transfer the Horus Symbology it would mean that the new Ruler is Horus. "Horus was the son of the deities Isis and Osiris. It corresponded to the ruling
    Pharaoh. According to the myth, Horus (sun god) ruled as pharaoh (King) on Earth; if
    he died he became Osiris and lord of the underworld. The descendant of the Pharaoh was the new Horus on earth." I think it will be the Messiah of the Jews (could be the Antichrist) ruling over the "New World". Wiki states: Messiah ben David will reign as a Jewish king during the period when God will resurrect the dead. With the ascendancy of Rabbinic Judaism the Righteous Priest has largely not been the subject of Jewish messianic speculation. Most Jews believe that the Third Temple will be built during this era.

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  6. Please do not waste time trying to explain meme & 4chan as I am computer illiterate.
    I do not understand meme and 4chan,it looks like Chinese calculus to me.
    The "pepe" and "kek" are literal satanic false gods and I am staying away from this trash.
    Ever think these demons were foistered upon unsuspecting "alt right" types to destroy them ?

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  7. Check out "call me Jorge" blog its worth your time.

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  8. The phrase "kek" is shorthand from "kekekeke" which is from the real time strategy game Starcraft.

    It refers to a 'zerg rush' where an opponents base is overwhelmed by trash units (zergs). As someone who is particularly connected to meme culture, the coincidence that Kek/Kuk is also the Egyptian God of Darkness was only noticed a month or two ago to our own amusement. The fact the male aspect is called Kuk is also amusing as one of the altrights other favorite words is Cuck.

    I think you're seeing connections but havent looked into the origins of certain memes. Pepe only became connected to the 'kek' recently. The frog itself has been around for years.

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    1. "I think you're seeing connections but havent looked into the origins of certain memes."

      Hi, Greg!

      I'm just the messenger on this one. This blog post isn't a tell-all, encyclopedic rundown on Pepe and Kek. For that reason, I've provided the link to that article: The Truth About Pepe The Frog And The Cult Of Kek.
      The link is below the picture of the Egyptian frog man. There, in the article, you learn that "Kek!" originated as a sort of "lol" statement on Warcraft Alliance characters, and it's due to some sort of technicality with the Korean language.

      That article, in turn, links here:

      http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/kek

      Whatever the case, Aurini, the author of the article, and the people at Red Ice Radio are talking about a convergence of seemingly unrelated phenomena--which all appear to have a running theme. And ultimately, I'm parroting it for your reading pleasure. This sort of discussion hasn't reached my circles just yet.

      Don't shoot the messenger, and don't kill the buzz, Greg! It's Michaelmas!

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    2. Red Ice Radio has this sly soft spoken resentment towards traditional Catholicism.
      This idea of "pre-christian European paganism" being better for the White Race and positively transforming the former white continents is the general idea of Red Ice Radio.
      I admit to listening to Red Ice Radio occasionally.
      Am I the only one who senses this idea?
      Also E.Michael Jones has been on RIR 2 times.This man is very educated & well traveled yet accepts and believes Nostrae Aerate is compatible with Roman Catholicism.
      Its like they (RIR) pick the liberal Catholic to push away anyone who is thinking about conversion to Catholicism never giving air time to traditional Catholics.(I am open to being wrong)

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