“He was, after all, the ultimate rebel — it takes a lot of cojones to stand up to Zeus.” ~Jasper Fforde
I had a special guest come onto Star Theory Radio! On Sunday we raised our d’Vine chalices to toast the excellent writer and researcher, Tracy Twyman. This show was bound to be a good one.
Tracy has been taking a deep look into the occult realms for quite some time now, producing a wealth of books, still available on Amazon.
Although I had been familiar with Tracy through some of her interviews, I had not dug into her amazing work until Anadae, a Merovingian descendant, sent me Tracy’s The Merovingian Mythos, which put many things into a new perspective for me.
Our show covered some recurring themes on Star Theory, such as:
- Language, Mathematics, Alchemy, Money, and The Tree of Knowledge
- The hidden history of Satan, Cain, Lucifer, Enki
- The fall of the Tower of Babel and the dispersion of humanity
- Different interpretations of the Holy Grail story
- The role of the Merovingian Kings throughout the past and into the present
- Dagobert, Dagon, Cthulhu, and the magical beasts of the deep
- How these various lines of thinking relate to current worldwide conspiracies
It was a great treat for me to be able to speak about these topics with such a prolific author.
I also had to get Tracy’s take on the topic of redheads. If you don’t see how ‘reds’ relate to fish people, then you must be new here. Maybe you failed to notice that the only redheaded Disney princess is a fish.
There’s something fishy going on here and I would like to get to the bottom of it.
O divine race of the celestial fish, receive with a respectful heart in immortal life among the mortals the waters of the divine ones. Friend, remake your heart with the eternal flood of the wisdom which gives treasures. It is a reservoir of nourishment, soft like the honey of the Savior of the saints. Eat with hunger: you hold the fish in your hands. ~ Le Pouple (The Octopus), Secret Dossiers
I pulled that quote from The Merovingian Mythos. So if we are lost souls swimming in a fish bowl during the end of the Piscean Age, might we be able to swim freely in the Age of Aquarius? I am trying to get an idea about what the future may hold..
“Out of the ash I rise with my red hair and eat men like air.” ~Sylvia Plath