Beijing Olympics 2008 : Zion & The Fifth World
On 5th May 2005, Tony Blair held a UK general election, which secured him another 3 years in power. (555)
On 6th June 2006, everyone expected a day of the devil. Nothing happened. (666)
On 7th July 2007, Al Gore organised a series of concerts around the world, initiating a 3 year campaign to combat climate change. (777)
At Live Earth, not only did the audience take part in a ‘sun worship’ ritual during the opening number to ‘Genesis’ (credits to Matthew Delooze for his brilliant work on ‘Breaking The Serpent Spell’):
We were also treated to a fantastic finale by our lady ‘Madonna’ (unfortunately she didn’t perform her crucifixion act):
The Beijing Olympics will commence at 8.08pm CST on 8th August 2008. (888)
Are you starting to see a pattern here? It appears that numerologically significant days of the year entertain events controlled by ‘the governing powers’.
With all the commotion surrounding the Beijing Olympics, it’s hard to remember why we actually do these events… maybe it’s because of what they symbolically represent.
“There are many myths surrounding the origin of the ancient Olympic Games. The most popular legend describes that Heracles was the creator of the Olympic Games, and built the Olympic stadium and surrounding buildings as an honor to his father Zeus, after completing his 12 labours. The Olympics were of fundamental religious importance, contests alternating with sacrifices and ceremonies honouring both Zeus (whose colossal statue stood at Olympia), and Pelops, divine hero and mythical king of Olympia.”
So you could say that the Olympic Games, at the very least, are a pagan event honouring Zeus ‘King Of The Gods’ or the ‘creator’ if you like.
Makes you wonder what his ’20’12 labours were?
Moving swiftly on to Beijing 2008, let’s take a look at the logo:
With a little ‘cut and paste’ (taking elements from the suprisingly ‘unathletic’ figure for an Olympic logo), this can be written as:
Isn’t that what the 2012 London Olympics logo says too?
You bet it is! What are the chances? Two Olympic games in succession where the logo contains the word ‘Zion’. Is it me or is this something that just doesn’t happen by chance? Here lies every insinuation that, between the years of 2008 and 2012, there is a 4-year plan for the creation of ‘Zion’, a ‘New Jerusalem’.
Let’s delve deeper… You may recall that sometime last year the Beijing Olympic Committee unveiled the 5 mascots for the Olympics. The date for this was, are you ready? 11th November 2007. Yes… 11th of the 11th, or 11:11.
“A set of five doll mascots for the 2008 Olympic Games were unveiled in Beijing on November 11, exactly 1,000 days before the event’s opening ceremony.”
Here’s the little critters… all 5 of them, coloured just like the Olympic rings. Ignore their pyramidal hats for a moment because there’s something much weirder going on here…
You may recall my interpretation of the Olympic rings a month or two back, but to repeat – symbolically each of the rings represents one of the 5 cycles of time which the Mayan calendar comprises. Each ring connects to one other… giving the impression that a new cycle starts before the end of an old… a transition period so to speak – a bit like the one we’re in now (1992-2012), the ‘time of no-time’, according to the Mayans.
Without further ado, here’s the official stance on the Beijing 2008 mascots:
Nini (green) : Wind. Every spring and summer, the children of Beijing have flown beautiful kites on the currents of wind that blow through the capital.
YingYing (orange) : Animal. Like all antelopes, Yingying is fast and agile and can swiftly cover great stretches of land as he races across the earth.
Huanhuan (red) : Fire. He is the “big brother”. He is a child of fire, symbolizing the Olympic Flame.
Jingjing (black) : Nature. Symbolizing the lush forest and the harmonious relationship between man and nature.
BeiBei (blue) : Water. Strong in water sports, she reflects the blue Olympic ring.
Take note of BeiBei, the blue mascot representing water:
What’s that on BeiBei’s forehead? A ‘spiritual’ third eye?
If you order the mascots, just like the Olympic rings – red (fire), green (wind), black (nature), orange (animal), blue (spirit), a pattern emerges describing what could be seen as the evolution of consciousness as taught in esoteric circles.
Mineral / Element > Plant > Animal > Human > …
Coma > Deep Sleep > Dreaming > Waking > …
If the Olympic mascots and official logo do indeed correlate with the five 5125 year cycles of the Mayan Calendar and the evolution of consciousness, does the arrival of 2012 bring about the transition into the spiritual consciousness of the ‘blue’ Olympic ring, leaving the ‘orange’ ring of animal consciousness behind?
To further correlate the significance behind the ‘blue’ ring, and to draw a link to the London Olympics 2012:
“In the past few weeks an 11-mile blue fence has sprung up around the 2012 Olympics site in east London. Is it a necessary security measure – or a reminder of how divisive the games are?” Please read to see how significant the ‘blue’ fence is!
With the ritual use of the number 11, and the colour blue… it appears the Olympic Games is the perfect demonstration of how our governments can get things right if they really want to!
How does this all tie in?
As I have announced in previous posts, it is my belief that come the Olympics 2012, we are going to see one of the largest hoaxes ever perpetrated on man.
With the rife symbolism in the promotional material, it can be assumed that people at the very top have an acute understanding of what is about to happen to our planet.
The Beijing Olympics slogan: