Saturday, 19 November 2016


Cliché expressions and memes have their use in casual human exchange as able to fill gaps in conversation and potentially as a way to make fun of what is a cliché-ridden media.

The reason why thinkers and many creators are self-declared enemies of cliché is that clichés are akin to dead thought and dead energy, all too often falling in the trap of stereotypes and unreflective value judgements on various things. 

Clichés are easy and immediately grasp-able, having circulated for so long on a mass scale, and many people do unfortunately think in cliché but that's not to say that some clichés do not contain seeds of truth in them, e.g.
"spend time with the people you love"
"money isn't everything"
"be nice"
"take care"
"no worries"
"take it easy"  
"sharing's caring" 
"each to their own" 
It's not always clear where and from whom clichés originate but no doubt even clichés were once original angles on the world. 

Addendum - See also later post What are Clichés?

Lyrics Analysis: New World Rising

The song The Rover on Led Zeppelin's double album Physical Graffiti contains the following lyric
"Is the new world rising from the shambles of the old."
This is of course the mantra of and template for the dark occultists in charge of world destiny following as they do the free-masonic motto ordo ab chao or, in English, order out of chaos

Led Zeppelin band members were of course very partial to occult teachings as evidenced by the very artwork of their fourth, nameless album, casually referred to as Led Zeppelin IV, and Jimmy Page's well-documented interest in the writings of Alistair Crowley. 

There is a French saying
"jamais deux sans trois"
"never two without three" and this is why there will be a 3rd World War which will bring the world into the hands of an even smaller group of people than previously all thanks to the engineered chaos that such a war would create on the planetary stage and the need for order that would result in its aftermath.