Heath Ledger was a Phoenix in 'A Knight's Tale'! by Marita
"You cannot miss this watching the movie. It's everywhere. The 'triple phoenix' is the crest design used by his character, a 'fake' knight, along with his two friends as they try to beat real knights in jousting tournaments. (Expand the picture below to see the phoenix crest.) Ledger's character is clearly identified with the phoenix. (If you doubt this, just watch the movie!)
[Yes, it is the phoenix - read this]
This is a chilling confirmation of what I had suspected for the 'Demon Days' window of January 20-24 - a 'phoenix death' ('chaos') event. As I wrote in 'Orange Gate 2008: The Phoenix Ignition' ( posted Jan. 13):
Still, the rise of the Phoenix/Atlantis [ed. referring to space shuttle Atlantis's Feb. 7 launch] is 'order out of chaos', hence any rising 'ritual' may still require some form of 'chaos' to accompany/precede it. Perhaps that's where the 'Demon Days' of January will come in... We'll just have to see.
Heath Ledger died on January 22nd.
Now, as noted before, January 22nd was precisely when Comet Holmes passed right in front of the 'Demon Star' Algol reflected by Ledger's demonic 'Joker' character in 'The Dark Knight' to be released this summer... which is another 'knight' movie. Even more compelling, I was informed by a reader more familiar with the Batman series that one of the supervillains Batman regularly fights is named 'Ra's al Ghul' which is the original form of the name 'Algol'! Like Ledger, he's even comparable to the phoenix:
Ra's al Ghul... is a DC Comics supervillain and an enemy of Batman. His name is Arabic for "the ghoul's head" (the Demon's Head, see Algol). [...] Ra's al Ghul has lived for several centuries thanks to his use of Lazarus Pits which he has used countless times replenishing his aged, injured, or even dead body. [...]
Remember, we're not noticing patterns lazily in hindsight here. There is a considerable amount of foresight involved in all this (projections => confirmations) which serves to greatly help prove the validity of the patterns being discussed. You see it done on Etemenanki regularly even though it should normally be 'impossible', which should tell you something about the nature of 'reality'... that there is 'Enki' whispering on the other side of the wall."
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