I heard someone on the radio the other day saying someone would be as depressed as "the architect of the world trade centre". Of course the architect of the world trade centre was working at the time for the bin Laden contruction group. Funny old world. I'm sure it's just a coincidence.
The Picts were dolicocephalous, I believe, but aren't known to have shaped their heads with wooden boards like the huns. Whatever brain-shape induced peculiarities they had were their natural attributes.
Ungoliant was no servant of Morgoth. She joined his cause on the condition that he was sate her hunger. As her hunger was insatiable, this didn't end well for him.
And pseudoccultmedia has left a comment too. It's a small community on the internet. Certainly a Kat I know only uses it for Bebo. That's the way with the local youth. I remember the good old days of Usenet and .txt files.
I woke this morning to find ITV3 on, specifically an old episode of "Goodnight Sweetheart". The main character is a time traveller and while travelling thusly he get hit by lightning leading to him splitting into two, him and an evil him. If shattered glass means MPD/DID, then surely so does this.
ITV4 is showing repeats of Andromeda, the Gene Roddenberry show (pusthumously, partly due to his mad-looking wife, he was also the fount of Star Trek, which is implicated by Springmeier, and supposedly had contact with "The Nine"). Two of the characters are a robot and a norn. The norn is called Trance Gemini, of the Lambeth kin nebula or something similar. She has mystical powers, can predict the future (and at one point swaps places with her future-self) and is actually a disguised stellar body, the star Tarn-Vedra. In the fifth series we see the rest of the members of the nebula and the all look the same. Same actress. Except for the avatar of the Abyss, the villainous presence in the show, who looks different. Different actress, I think. The robot regularly makes announcements along the lines of "I'm a warship".
Abyss, of course, is the only Sumerian word in the modern English language. It means the sweet waters below the earth. It's also the name of the god representing those. "Water flowing underground" as the Talking Heads sang.
That reminds me, there's a song called "I love the sound of breaking glass" by Nick Lowe. I see this stuff everywhere now.
I'm looking at pseudoccultmedia's personal profile.
Pretty much the movies I've come to expect, and the music too, from reading posts at rigint. Some things no-one seems to notice: the band Kula Shaker has a peculiarly esoteric set of lyrics. "I was told by a knight of the sun [masonic rank] that wisdom could set people free", for example.
Two more movies with apprent MK symbolism: Lost Highway (David Lynch) and an English one called "My Brother Tom".
Lost Highway is bizarre and seemingly impossible to interpret, but having two characters played by one actress (Patricia Arquette, also in Stigmata, Medium (TV series) and the Tarantino-scripted True Romance with Christian Slater) and one character played by two actors (Bill Pullman and some kid) is indicative.
My Brother Tom was made by FilmFour. It's about two abused teens, although I never saw all of it. I remember a few bits, but it was several years ago. There's a hair-dying by the female lead, a hedgehog which is set on fire, and when they mutually lose their virginity at the end he then throws himself in front of a train, although his ghost comes back to save her from her own suicide attempt, which is suggestively set in a forest grotto where she walks into a lake or pond with a highly reflective surface, representing in many nythological systems the entrance to the underworld and the subconscious mind it represents. Not to mention the shattered glass symbolism of the ripples in the water.
Drawn to mind are two other sci-fis, Babylon 5 and Stargate. In Stargate they gave through something which resembles the surface of water to other worlds. The first episode of Babylon 5 has a scene in a supposed Japanese garden with a sand pit in which artificial ripples are raked to represent water.