The Watchers, The NWO & The Phoenix
Since I have entitled this category, which deals with the Watchers, “The Phoenix”… I realize that some explanation of that connection might be in order. To understand the way in which the phoenix is a key symbol in relation to Watchers… it’s necessary to first understand the role which the Watchers play in the end of this present age.
The pre-flood world society is looked back upon by pagan tradition and modern occult tradition as the “Golden Age of the Gods”. Perhaps distance (even chronological distance) can, indeed, make the heart grow fonder, as that era is regarded by those who look forward to it with nostalgia… A by-gone utopian time where life was easier and the wisdom of the “gods” was present in the Earth.
The presence of man-eating giants and chimera abominations aside, the proponents of a New World Order are working towards a resurrection of that very society which was drowned in the flood.
Not only is there an expectation of a return to that order… but there is an expectation of the return of “the gods” as well.
The Sumerians referenced this return in connection to what has been speculated to be a planet in a long elliptical orbit which makes its rounds at the close of each epoch… known as Nibiru.
Though I would argue that the nature of that object is not a “planet”, exactly… that is beyond the scope of this article.
The idea that these “gods”, known to the Sumerian as Anunnaki (meaning “they came from heaven to earth”) arrived in conjunction with the arrival of Nibiru, would predict that their return coincides with Nibiru’s next visitation.
1 Enoch gives the length of the subterranean imprisonment of the Watchers as “70 generations of men” . “And when all their sons shall be slain, when they shall see the perdition of their beloved, bind them for seventy generations underneath the earth,” 1 Enoch 10:15.
It is, then, in the time frame of the last days, that the Watchers would entirely fulfill the prophecy which speaks of the last days being just like the days of Noah.
The legendary bird called the phoenix can be found throughout multiple ancient religious beliefs, all of which incorporate several main theme points about what this bird is and does.
The most familiar tale about the phoenix is the idea of this creature immolating itself, or otherwise dying at a specific time and being resurrected or reincarnated from it’s own remains.
The symbolism present in this death and rebirth notion encapsulates three inter-related events which produce a destruction of one age and the birth of another one: a celestial event called precession wherein we depart one zodiacal house and enter a new one, the return of “deities” who have been absent for long millennia, and a dramatic shift of circumstances on Earth.
We are not unable to witness the attachment which the elite hold to the symbolism of the phoenix. The bird representative of the United States is supposedly an eagle, yet it’s recorded that the initial idea was that it should be a phoenix and without a doubt, that is the bird they are truly depicting in their own understanding.
It is a habit of the elite to convey their messages in the open through a language of symbolism, which for the most part goes unnoticed by the public, but is easily understood by those “Illuminated” controllers who are familiar with the ancient language of symbols.
It is a tip-off to anyone paying attention when certain themes become prevalent in society or trendy in fashion. The phoenix is one of those recent trendy symbols to make a come-back.
Multi-cultural legends of a god-bird
The phoenix, in most cultural beliefs, are described as being particularly colorful… combinations of red, gold, blue and purple plumage are common descriptions and often times they are described as being related to or appearing like a peacock.
The peacock itself (and birds in general) is not without ties to the Watchers, in fact a small, obscure and very ancient religion of Watcher worship is practiced by certain Iranians called the Yazidi, who’s pantheon of revered spirits in headed up by the entity they refer to as Melek Tawus, the Peacock Angel.
The Peacock Angel is a being who is comparable in description to “Lucifer” of the bible and is identified as the leader of the rebel Watchers, Shemyhaza.
If you happen to follow fashion trends… you may have noticed a strong presence of peacock decor and clothing in the past couple of years.
According to Greek legend, the Phoenix resided in Phoenicia, a people who’s name, obviously, is derived from the bird itself. To this day, the Lebanese, who are one group of descendants of the Phoenician people have a high regard for the bird in their art and culture.
The Phoenicians themselves claimed descent from the phoenix… which is a claim that should not be taken too lightly as they are a Canaanite people and certainly have descended from nephilim.
The Greeks also have been known to associate the phoenix with their deity Zeus… a deity who was the king of their pantheon and who resided on a mountain.
Though this group of deities are now believed to have been represented as living on what we think of as Mount Olympus, it can be no coincidence that the Watchers, as well, considered their home base on Earth a mountain top… Mount Hermon.
Though it might seem hard to connect a real (and humanoid) being to a strange, magical, mythical bird… it is not so in all cultures that the phoenix was thought to have an avian anatomy.
The Garuda, of Hindi mythology was their equivalent to the phoenix, and this creature was described as having a gold colored, humanoid body and a white face.
The story about him related a tale of the Garuda bringing the “nectar of heaven” to the earth… a Promethean-like legend of a deified being bringing that which belongs to heaven, to an earthly realm is a strong correlation to the forbidden knowledge with Watchers imparted to humanity.
In addition to this, another legend states that the Garuda had several sons from whom descended a “bird race” known for their viciousness and warlike behavior and who had a close relationship to a “serpent race”.
There is no doubt that a description of Watcher and of Serpent hybrids can be seen in this legend. The appearance of Garuda, himself, automatically leads one to think of modern depictions of “angels”.
Egyptian culture also had their stories of the phoenix, which they termed the Bennu, or “the ascending one”. The idea of rising, resurrection and renewal were closely tied with the tales of this bird.
Though the Bennu was depicted often as being a completely birdlike creature, at other times he was shown as a man with the head of a heron.
He was thought of as the soul of Osiris… a deity who died, but would rise again. The Egyptians connected all things related to time cycles with the bennu, and in fact the temple dedicated to the creature produced the ancient equivalent of clocks.
In Persian mythology, the phoenix was called the Simurgh, often shown as a giant peacock-like bird and sometimes as having the claws of a lion or a human face.
Interestingly, the Simurgh was known for its rivalry with serpents… just as rivalry actually exists between the two factions of rebel angel groups, Watchers and Serpents.
It is said that the Simurgh is incredibly ancient and has watched the turning of the ages, the destruction of the old and the renewal, several times.
Mythology about this creature ties to it the concepts of fertility and of representing the union between the heavenly and the earthly realms… an unmistakable likeness to the interbreeding of angels with humankind.
There’s no doubt that the elite Illuminates are in a state of ecstasy anticipating the arrival of their renewed age and the ruler ship of the rebels that they call “gods”.
In their minds… it means that their “superior” bloodline will be elevated to a status of minor deities above the decimated masses of human slaves that they call cattle.
What the “rising of the phoenix” will, in reality, be… is a short but intense trial which will forever draw the dividing lines between who will choose to follow the One True Creator and who will choose to follow the pseudo-christ.
And at the close of this era… we won’t be witnessing a revived “Golden Age” of the mount Hermon “gods”… we will be witnessing the final wrath of YHWH which will burn the phoenix to ashes… never to rise again.