Han Purple is a synthetic pigment that was created by the Chinese over 2,500 years ago. However, it wasn’t able to be recreated by modern chemists until the early 1990s. It is quite difficult to make. The pigment is a copper barium silicate and to get the elements to melt together, they have to be heated to about 850-1000 °C. It is said to be one of the most accurate shades of purple ever created.
Other purple pigments, made by both ancient and modern people, tend to be more on the red side. But despite all this, what makes Han Purple so special? Well, for one, it is capable of eliminating an entire dimension. How does this work you ask? Well, if you want to know the specifics, it’s best to hear it from the scientists themselves. I will provide a link below. It sounds confusing, but basically the electrons in the pigment only use 2 dimensions instead of 3.
But what I find most fascinating about this dimension eliminating color is that it was found painted on the famous terracotta warriors. For those of you who don’t know, the terracotta warriors are a group of more than 8,000 statues depicting an ancient Chinese army. The statues were unearthed in the 1970s a mile away from the First Emperor’s burial mound at Mount Li. A MASSIVE mausoleum lies beneath this mound, one which no one has ever entered. The Chinese government says they don’t have the technology to enter it without harming it.
You have to wonder what the hells inside it though. Han dynasty historian Sima Qian claimed that 700,000 men worked on the necropolis, building entire cities and realistic landscapes for the emperor’s spirit to roam through in the afterlife. He also wrote: “Mercury was used to fashion the hundred rivers, the Yellow river and the Yangtze river, and the seas in such a way that they flowed.” Basically, a microcosm of China was built in the tomb, with flowing rivers of mercury, for the tyrant to rule over after death.
This may seem like a fantasy, but in the 1980s Chinese researchers found that the soil above the tomb contained curious mercury concentrations.
The First Emperor of China was obsessed with becoming immortal. He had sent people looking in far away places for the mythical elixir of life, but none ever returned. So, ordering people to build his perfect afterlife was the next best thing. But what does any of this have to do with the color purple? I believe this special pigment, the rivers of mercury, and alchemy are all linked.
We know that mercury can be compared to a bridge between worlds, or dimensions. Hermes, the god of mercury, was known as the messenger of the gods, speedily traveling between the heavens and the earth. Mercury is also associated with time, the fourth dimension. If you’re familiar with the supposed Nazi time machine Die Glocke, you’ll remember it worked by rapidly rotating cylinders filled with a violet colored substance known as red mercury.
We know that purple symbolizes wealth and luxury, mystery and magic, and most importantly, nobility and royalty. It has pretty much always been this way. In fact, during her rule, Queen Elizabeth I forbad anyone to wear it. Except close members of the royal family of course.
Now this is where things get a bit strange. Some people believe many members of the ruling class are a different race of beings. Ironically, the royal families have also been called blue bloods. You probably know where this is going, I’m talking about shape shifting aliens lmao.
Many ancient cultures claim that their gods came from the stars and interbred with man to create a divine bloodline. Many of these ‘gods’ were said to resemble serpents.
These beings cannot survive on our planet, so they supposedly genetically modified some human beings to create a sort of ‘middleman’ to do their job for them. Strange how our modern day civilizations still use ancient architectural symbols.
Perhaps it is a combination of a dimension eliminating color, mercury, and ritual that allow these things to temporarily come down into this lower plane of existence.
”Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” — Arthur C. Clarke
Remember that Han Purple is a copper barium silicate. Curious how the well known shape shifter, the octopus, has blue blood due to its copper base. Ironically, some scientists theorize these creatures might actually be aliens.
It’s weird how chem trails are thought to contain barium and even sulfur, a chemical many claim to smell when they encounter demons. Are the alchemists terraforming our planet to better suit their ‘gods’ needs?
Another necessary ingredient to make a good chem trail is aluminum. This has ties to the transhumanist movement we’ve discussed before, but I wanted to touch on this because look what happens if you put Ba and Al (the names of these substances on the periodic table of elements) next to each other you get Baal, another name for Satan.
Once again, this all relates to Saturn. According to the Purple Dawn theory, the Earth used to orbit the brown dwarf star Saturn. Like we’ve discussed in previous threads, the solar system used to look much different. Because of the different kind of light a brown dwarf emits, it’s believed Earth was once immersed in a primordial purple haze.
Mainstream science has even come to some of the same conclusions. They call it the Purple Earth Hypothesis. Supposedly early lifeforms on Earth used to be retinal-based rather than chlorophyll-based, making Earth appear purple rather than green.
Basically purple represents something BEYOND and it is the color of the ‘gods’. Like I mentioned earlier, the octopus is thought to be one of these creatures from the beyond, and I personally believe an interdimensional octopus-like being might be running the whole show. Remember the shadow monster from Stranger Things?
If you’ve kept up with my Saturn threads you’ll remember the Demiurge, a flawed god who created this artificial construct we call reality. It is my personal belief that this flawed god is symbolically represented by the Kraken in literature and movies. Carl Jung, the famous Swiss psychoanalyst, believed that, in art, the ocean represented the subconscious mind.
“The sea is the favorite symbol for the unconscious, the mother of all that lives.” — Carl Jung
So what lies at the bottom of the deep dark depths of the unconscious? Fear. This fear for survival, a characteristic of the REPTILIAN brain, may be archetypally described as a massive multi-tentacled being who wants nothing more than to latch onto and consume EVERYTHING. This is the mindset of the collective today, so it is reflected in objective reality.
In The OA, Azrael, the Angel of Death, is a giant octopus that acts as a gatekeeper for the main character to see her true self. The octopus says she must give him permission to kill her in order to do so. I believe this represents letting go of fear in order to achieve enlightenment.
The Kraken is also a theme in the Little Mermaid. Ursula holds the trident, a symbol of the demonic god Shiva (the one in front of CERN who has affiliations with CERN), and Prince Eric is only able to defeat her once he grabs ahold of the helm of a ship, a Buddhist symbol for the path to enlightenment.
H. P. Lovecraft also wrote about Kraken-like entities whom he called the Great Old Ones. These beings were considered gods and came from dark far away corners of the universe. One of them in particular, Cthulhu, now resides at the bottom of the ocean, sleeping and waiting. He actually subtly influences people psychically to find him and awaken him. I mention this because this is how I feel about people looking to ‘summon’ AI.
Geordie Rose, founder of D Wave quantum computers, even said that his computers will ‘summon’ an AI similar to the Great Old Ones! I personally believe AI is an outward manifestation of the instant gratification the ego longs for. So in short, the kraken, the demiurge, artificial intelligence, and ego are all one. It’s only when we shut off the thinking mind, let go of fear and fall into the void that is the belly of the beast, we find the peaceful emptiness of enlightenment all the great sages spoke about.
In the movie At World’s End, Jack Sparrow greets the Kraken with courage. “Hello Beastie” he says, as he faces fear head on. He’s then dragged down to Davy Jones Locker, and its in this sandy empty wasteland beyond life and death that Jack learns to deal with his demons.
“My soul leads me into the desert, into the desert of my own self.” — Carl Jung
Thank you for reading!!