Remember when google translate prophesied the end of the world?
Most of the strange responses are if you type letters in Somali, but a few days ago, we discovered a WHALE of a find!
A Westin hotel opened in Chattanooga in December of 2017. They renovated a 1970s building that I always called ‘the gold building’. It was a Blue Cross insurance building and honestly, looked rather dated. However, the renovation looks solid gold and has incredible symbolism.
“In Chinese Buddhism, the West represents movement toward the Buddha or enlightenment. The ancient Aztecs believed that the West was the realm of the great goddess of water, mist, and maize. In Ancient Egypt, the West was considered to be the portal to the netherworld, and is the cardinal direction regarded in connection with death, though not always with a negative connotation. Ancient Egyptians also believed that the Goddess Amunet was a personification of the West. The Celts believed that beyond the western sea off the edges of all maps lay the Otherworld, or Afterlife.
In Judaism, west is seen to be toward the Shekinah (presence) of God, as in Jewish history the Tabernacle and subsequent Jerusalem Temple faced east, with God’s Presence in the Holy of Holies up the steps to the west. According to the Bible, the Israelites crossed the Jordan River westward into the Promised Land. In Islam, while in India, people pray facing towards the west as in respect to Mecca, Mecca is in the West-ward direction.
In American literature (e.g., in The Great Gatsby) moving West has sometimes symbolized gaining freedom, perhaps as an association with the settling of the Wild West (see also Manifest Destiny).” –wikipedia
In the pic above, you can see right under the Westin sign, a space where the windows are different. This is the location of Alchemy, the rooftop bar.
You can get there by elevator, or a spiral staircase (which they decided to leave as part of the renovation, as it is original to the building). Frank mentioned a spiral staircase in an article the other day.
I haven’t watched the show yet, but I understand The OA is a portal of a show!
If one ascends the stairs that journey is probably positive, hopeful, or purposeful; however, if one descends the stairs that journey might be negative, confusing, or depressing. Moreover, the type of staircase is also important to its symbolic meaning. A traditional staircase is straightforward and suggests an uncomplicated route. Conversely, a spiral, twisted staircase may suggest mystery and disorientation. Lastly, staircases can also be looked at as a link. Literally, a staircase connects two floors. Figuratively, and more vaguely, a staircase is simply a passageway which can unite any two things, places, ideas, or states of being. — Stepping on Symbols: Staircases and Symbolism in THE VIRGIN SUICIDES
The other night, M and I were sitting up at Alchemy having a drink, and I asked him, “what do those letters mean?”
He said “it’s an Icelandic name of a company that owns the parking garage.”
M: “no,…actually, its the something to do with a Scandinavian consulate in the building.”
me: “what?! That doesn’t sound right. That’s kind of bizarre you would say that.”
M: “Right. I used to know what they mean. I read something about it. I think it’s just a word scramble.”
And he continues to go back and forth between the possibilities trying to remember, he gets frustrated and grabs my phone to google it. I’m sitting there telling him that those possibilities are all completely different and its always amusing to watch this happen (because I have never seen such phenomena before). This has happened on a couple occasions. It’s like he’s accessing parallel universes where they’re all true. (I would also like to point out that it is very mysterious because we asked several people who worked there what it is, and one said it was a word scramble, the other said it was “something abstract”, and I just think a corporation like Westin wouldn’t put permanent letters, which aren’t changed, just for a word scramble. Really thinking that is unlikely.)
Finally, M says, “It means something in Icelandic or Welsh or something. Type it in google translate!”
I did and it means nothing. He tells me “you have to put a space.”
Please wait? For what? I start putting more spaces.
Wales, like Cornwall, has its own history and culture, and it’s something to do with the garden and being connected.
In Season 2, Episode 5 of The OA, titled “The Medium and the Engineer,” O.A. and Karim venture into the mysterious mansion that’s been luring people into its depths. They separate, and O.A. finds a window looking out on the large tree growing in the house’s front yard. She steps out onto a branch, but it cracks, sending her plunging down through the ground until she’s caught by a large root, which forms itself around her like a chair. As soon as she arrives, glittering messages expand outward like ripples amongst the roots of the trees. There are even shots of little fungi bubbling in excitement. The trees called her with the wind, they say — the very same wind O.A. heard when she was shot outside the school in the Season 1 finale.
“The one who seeks to own you is going to make a powerful discovery,” they tell her, hinting at Hap’s knowledge of the seeds in everyone’s brain, and how he can use them to build a rudimentary map of the multiverse out of leaves and roots. “The only way to recover is to form a tribe,” they say. When O.A. insists that she can figure out how to escape by herself, the trees disagree: “No tree survives alone in the forest. When one tree falls ill, we all send food. For if one tree dies, the canopy is broken. Then all suffer the weather and pestilence that flood in.” The family O.A. built for herself in Season 1, with Steve and Buck and French and B.B.A. and the others, are vital to her survival. No one can do all those movements by herself.
A tree and a spiral come to mind…
The direction west is at 270 degrees. The number 27 is a moon number and west is also associated with the element water and the sign Scorpio.
27.3…that sounds familiar. And the hotel connection.
A hotel, Apollo (Sun), landing on the Moon, and DNAny.
Clicky, if you’re reading, I know you have often discussed the Shining. In this particular hotel, the Westin, a restaurant on the bottom floor is called Dorato, which means gold. Also, somebody works in the tower!
And Dorado, which is a southern constellation, is a dolphinfish.
Ceta, SETI…ET. Is anybody out there?
I find the google translate strangeness interesting, because it seems data and languages are converging, and messages are coming through. I decided to try the Welsh word in Somali, using certain phrases in (two-letter, then a space, repeat, etc.), to see what would happen.
And 9/11 always fits in.
The house of the house? Y, that would be the Holy of Holies in the Temple! The polarized field of our mind and its dream. Throw in some fire in the form of lightning, on top of the memory (water), and BAM! You’ve got a world!
“The project balcony has been developed from a very strong desire to step outside a window on 91st floor. The balcony is about the feeling you have when you stand on it and about the pleasure you absorb, when being totally dependent on a structure and atmosphere you have created yourself.”
–Gelatin Artist’s Statement
Uh oh. A disturbance in the f137d.
Total Recall. Of Atlantis? Dolphins and whales make me think of Atlantis, the power center of connectedness that fell into the sea. The missing plane, LOST at sea, and the OA, which makes me think of Oannes, the fish god, like the Merovingian fish god, Dagon.
The Nummo: The Truth About Human Origins. By Shannon Dorey
Atlantis also stirs thoughts of Neptune. His symbols are: Trident, horse, dolphin, bull.
This is an excellent video about the power and symbolism of Neptune. Before listening to this, I was unaware of how powerful this energy is and the influence on our experience. “Neptune strips away Saturn’s powers.” Wow. What is dream and what is real? That’s Neptune stuff.
On the subject of Atlantis, time travel, real/illusion…Enchantment Under the Sea.
Marty McFly. His girlfriend is Jennifer.
Trump tower, his son Baron the time traveler, and the Chicago Cubs win. Anybody dizzy yet? Hold on, we’re not even close to being finished!
In Back to the Future, Biff/Trump has Pleasure Paradise.
I have a thing for rooftop bars. In Chicago, I went to the rooftop bar here.
We had these drinks.
The London House is right across the street.
as a mirror rooftop bar.
Chicago has lots of water and Neptune symbolism. We went to the Intercontinental just to check it out. It used to be the Shriner’s Athletic Club. It’s something you don’t want to miss if you go to Chicago.
And the Chicago Cultural Center. The Order of the Dolphin.
It has an amazing dome with the zodiac.
Is it just me, or does this restaurant in Dallas called the Zodiac have very Atlantis-themed colors? 🤔
The Westin in Chattanooga is surrounded with similar symbolism and place names.
Sometimes you have to be in a place to experience something, and I know there is only so much I could translate here, but the area around where the Westin is has supernatural things happening. Perhaps someone would remember some pics I posted in a merovee comet about points of light or orbs that I saw another earlier time I went to Alchemy.
If you look at the screen shot of the map, you’ll see a CitiPark garage close by. I went to an event called the rooftop hop and we saw a murmuring of birds and I got an orb on video floating round almost them. We were on top of CitiPark garage.
Here’s the birds.
Here’s the orb. (and listen to the music)
I didn’t realize this at the time, but you’ll never guess the name of the band you hear on that rooftop.
Can you f*cking believe this?!
Wonderful event. I wish they will do it again.
Perhaps the most famous Westin is the St. Francis Westin in San Francisco.
“Part of the fame of the St. Francis was because of its legendary chef, Victor Hirtzler. Hirtzler learned to cook in Strasbourg, France, and then cooked for royal courts across Europe. According to Hirtzler, he had created a dish for King Carlos I of Portugal, called La Mousse Faisan Lucullus, a mousse of Bavarian pheasant’s breast and woodcock flavored with truffles, with a sauce of cognac, Madeira and champagne. The dish was so expensive, and the King ate it so frequently, that he bankrupted Portugal twice and was assassinated in 1908, followed by the downfall of Portuguese monarchy in 1910. Victor moved to New York, became the Chef of the Waldorf Hotel, and then was persuaded by the manager of the St. Francis, James Woods, to move to San Francisco.” –wikipedia
What is all this WESTERN stuff about? IMO, it’s about heaven meets earth, life and death, dreams and the illusion of sacrifice, and the big STEP.
The other day, M was helping me try to find someone to do CRISPR technology, even if it were a garage lab scientist. I have emailed quite a few people in the medical and genetic science field and NOBODY will call or email me back. Not one person. It seems like the answer is no. See, I don’t want to get my gene edited so I won’t get grey hair, I would like to NOT get cancer.
I did find this team of people working at “Edit US”.
I think that team of US is a reflection of the biohackers.
The garage lab scientist is ODIN
The person who runs ODIN also has a biohacker convention in Vegas every year.
It’s at the Renaissance on Paradise Road.
View from the Renaissance
The strip in Paradise
from the gold building
Where are we? Who are we?
It time snu snu.