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  1. Nice work! I like to listen to the song as I read. Again, really appreciate this. Regards Alpha.
  2. No he wasn't, but he might be now, lol! Regards Alpha.
  3. Back to the beginning. Lol I got Yeeted from twitter. Kind of what took me away from codz. Has it really been 10 years! How time flies. Hope you all are doing well. Regards Alpha.
  4. Sup Tac. Must say Cold War is looking good. Regards Alpha.
  5. Thought of my people over here at codz during this outbreak. Thought you'd all appreciate a puzzle to solve. What is Q.

  6. Sup brother? Signs of life here or what?

  7. The Anonymous german staff member is in control of codz? Who is admin these days where is Hellswarrior?

    1. Lenne

      Lenne

      Are you serious?

    2. NaBrZHunter

      NaBrZHunter

      Respect your superiors, AlphaSaturn. 

  8. Censored on Codz by a german. How Ironic.

    1. anonymous

      anonymous

      Heard you used to be staff member, so act like one. Be serious mate, your post is considered spam or advertising by the very Code of Conduct we handle here. Get over it

    2. AlphaSnake

      AlphaSnake

      At one time I wrote the code of conduct for CODZ.

       

  9. Dare you to censor my personal profile.

  10. Where did my thread go?

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  11. Is this the whole thing? Milo has the keys now, has anybody seen any pictures? Regards Alpha.
  12. Better watch what I post someone might get offended!

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    2. DeathBringerZen

      DeathBringerZen

      This comes off as petty and childish. We can easily resolve matter like this personally rather than doing it through status updates. It gives off the wrong vibe and is in my opinion completely unnecessary.

    3. AlphaSnake

      AlphaSnake

      I didn't make anyone reply to my status.

      That was what was on my mind at the time.

      Being censored & then told to basically be quiet about it isn't the way I roll.

      Regards Alpha.

    4. DeathBringerZen

      DeathBringerZen

      Fair enough, I'm just trying to keep the peace.

  13. Reading my old posts is killing me.

     

     

     

  14. My cousin J is to blame for me finding [email protected] When I saw Nacht just before Verruckt dropped on March 19th 2009 I was in love. Hadn't play a zombies game since Resident Evil Outbreak file #2 for PS2 in 2005. My love for the zombie started back in 98 with Dawn of the Dead on VHS. My first zombie film was in 89 when I was 8. Older friends thought it would be a good idea to let me watch The Return of the living dead. First encounter with the Brainzzz. Scared the crap out of me. But now I love those old dead heads. 2010 I joined codz: First post with mistakes & all. Anyway, that's how I got here. Regards Alpha.
  15. Great thread needs an update for ZNS Hit the nail here. Regards Alpha.
  16. This is what I believe is happening yes. Ever see Ghostbusters when the dogs are release from their stone prisons. Also the same can be seen in Hellboy. The cthulhu is strong in that one. The Dragon is imprisoned in the rift. What we see in ZNS are probably it's off spring. Maybe. Regards Alpha.
  17. Hey I'm just saying it how I see, I don't need anyone to agree with me. But thanks for your input. ;) Go through the rifts & what do you see? Regards Alpha.
  18. Thought it was interesting, could be nothing. Regards Alpha.
  19. Great to see Brock & Gary getting a mention. They got bermuda'd to Shangri-La. (lol how often in life do you get to say that! Love Zombies) Trying to take all this in & apply it retrospectively is daunting. Also just a heads up, Jason told Milo that ALL maps are canon & can't be ignored. I'm loving these answers. Regards Alpha.
  20. Watch the trailer for Iron Sky 2, lol. Let's start at the beginning: A dragon is a legendary creature, typically with serpentine or reptilian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures. There are two distinct cultural traditions of dragons: the European dragon, derived from European folk traditions and ultimately related to Greek and Middle Eastern mythologies, and the Chinese dragon, with counterparts in Japan (namely the Japanese dragon), Korea and other East Asian countries. The two traditions may have evolved separately, but have influenced each other to a certain extent, particularly with the cross-cultural contact of recent centuries. The English word dragon derives from Greek δράκων (drákōn), "dragon, serpent of huge size, water-snake". We seem to be dealing with both here. I doubt Cthulhu is going to be the one behind all this, references to it of course but it isn't the big bad of the NZU. The Cthulhu aspect is coming from what the SOE characters knew in their own time. H.P. Lovecraft was the flavor of the day so to speak. H.P Lovecraft embraced a philosophy of cosmic indifferentism: The philosophy of cosmicism states that there is no recognizable divine presence, such as a god, in the universe, and that humans are particularly insignificant in the larger scheme of intergalactic existence, and perhaps are just a small species projecting their own mental idolatries onto the vast cosmos. This also suggests that the majority of undiscerning humanity are creatures with the relative significance of insects and plants, when compared to the universe. Perhaps the most prominent theme in cosmicism is the insignificance of humanity. Lovecraft postulated, "The human race will disappear. Other races will appear and disappear in turn. The sky will become icy and void, pierced by the feeble light of half-dead stars. Which will also disappear. Everything will disappear. And what human beings do is just as free of sense as the free motion of elementary particles. Good, evil, morality, feelings? Pure 'Victorian fictions'. Only egotism exists."[2] Cosmicism shares many characteristics with nihilism, though one important difference is that cosmicism tends to emphasize the insignificance of humanity and its doings, rather than summarily rejecting the possible existence of some higher purpose (or purposes). For example, in Lovecraft's Cthulhu stories, it is not the absence of meaning that causes terror for the protagonists, as it is their discovery that they have absolutely no power to change anything in the vast, indifferent universe that surrounds them. In Lovecraft's stories, whatever meaning or purpose may be invested in the actions of the cosmic beings is completely inaccessible to the human characters. Lovecraft's cosmicism was a result of his complete disdain for all things religious, his feeling of humanity's existential helplessness in the face of what he called the "infinite spaces" opened up by scientific thought, and his belief that humanity was fundamentally at the mercy of the vastness and emptiness of the cosmos.[3] In his fictional works, these ideas are often explored humorously ("Herbert West–Reanimator," 1922), through fantastic dreamlike narratives ("The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath," 1927), or through his well-known Cthulhu Mythos ("The Call of Cthulhu," 1928, and others). Common themes related to cosmicism in Lovecraft's fiction are the insignificance of humanity in the universe[4] and the search for knowledge ending in disaster. ... Yet, over & over in zombies we have all the rituals, the marks, the beast, the quotes, the hellhounds, Cerberus, Dragons, Demons, Knights (Teutonic/Masonic), the Rift. Which has anyone noticed the distinct Polygon?: This is Saturn's pole. Ever heard of the Sigal of saturn? Crazy vid. (Note at the end there Kronos-Saturn-Satan The Great Architect & Time Lord) Kronorium anyone? The occult beliefs of the Illuminati are believed by some theorists (like Freeman Fly) to be magical in nature. This is why the knowledge is kept secret from the masses; because they are the ones who want to be the sorcerers controlling everyone else’s destiny. They employ symbols and various rituals in order to accomplish this. One such symbol is the cube. Symbols and colors are the building blocks of all visual symbols and have been used since the dawn of man to represent divine energy (e.g. the direct depiction of God is not allowed in several religions). Colors can be used to influence the mind, as is evident in foods that are colored differently from their natural version to make them more palatable, or even in sales marketing. Carl Jung was one of the forefathers of modern psychology and had a deep interest in colors. He believed there was a connection between alchemy and the psychology of the unconscious mind, most likely because of the ability of images to influence our internal thoughts. The most basic form of the cube; the square. This represents solidarity: a perfection that is static, earthly, and material. It suggests dependability, honesty, shelter, safety. As the most frequent shape in Hindu symbology, the mandalas with gates stands for order in the universe and the balance of opposites. The lineage of the Illuminati traces back to mystery schools of the east. The cube represents earth in Pythagorean, Indian (Indian deities standing on cubes), Egyptian (Pharaohs sitting on cube thrones), and Platonic traditions. It’s even realized as a sacred symbol today by the Freemasons (believed to be Illuminati affiliated) when they stand on an oblong square (cube) during particular rituals to the Worshipful Master. The cube is the building block of all nature, and the five solids of the ancients labeled as the “Pythagorean solids” include a tetrahedron (pyramid), cube, octahedron, icosahedron, and dodecahedron. Staying on the Kabbalah/mystical/ancient occult knowledge, we can also make a reasonable relation between Saturn and the cube: Black Cube: The black cube is symbolic of Saturn because of occult beliefs in its symbolizing the three dimensional world we live in as a symbol for matter. One of the oddest things surrounding Saturn worship is the observance the NASA Voyager and Cassini missions made when they were taking photos of the poles of Saturn. There is an unexplained hexagon shaped vortex storm on the north pole of Saturn that you can see in the public domain. A hexagon is actually a flattened out cube when viewed at it three dimensionally, so I find it odd that the ancient occult practices somehow knew this and worshipped it before the photographs were taken. The Beast Aleister Crowley left a heritage of Thelema followers and one of them was the Brotherhood of Saturn. This magical order was similar to the other occult groups, whether it be New Age, Freemasonry or Thelema; they all revolve around the idea of mastery of occult knowledge (e.g. axioms like “As above, so below” which emphasize the duality aspects of man and world) in order to advance and evolve one’s self in a series of steps and rituals. The Brotherhood of Saturn incorporates 33 steps to achieve the full spectrum of enlightenment, similar to Scottish Rite of Freemasonry who also incorporates 33 degrees. The end of the path for a member of the Brotherhood of Saturn is self-deification, an important concept in Thelema and seen in the realm of music with musicians making themselves god-like. (Richtofen) The Brotherhood established Saturn as the planet of choice because the ancients would focus on polar opposites and at the time they saw Saturn as the outer most planet; furthest from the light of the sun, effectively making it the dark side (hence the reason we see the ‘black’ cube). The darkness is necessary in order for there to be light, as Stephen E. Flowers, PhD points out in his book Lords of the Left-Hand Path: Saturnian teachings give primacy to darkness. Darkness is said to precede light and to provide a matrix for the manifestation of the light: without darkness there is no light! The “dualism” of the FS does not seek to destroy one pole in favor of the other, but rather it seeks to go beyond the polarities through experience of both extremes. The book goes on to reveal that the zodiacal sign of Aquarius is ruled by the planetary force of Saturn. The Age of Aquarius is important to the occult because that is the new age of man, or as Crowley defined it the Aeon of Horus. The new age brings about one consciousness and the evolution of man into technology through transhumanism (BOIII is all about this). This concept is threaded back to the ancients’ quest for the Golden Age as I’ve point out in the past: The background of Saturn worship goes back to 600 BC with Greek poet Hesiod’s ‘Works and Days’ where he discusses the various ages of man. One of the ages was referred to as the Golden Age. The Golden Age was referenced in several prominent ancient cultures, similar to how the cultures would adopt each other’s gods and rename them. The ancient Romans worshipped the god Saturnus, who was the god of agriculture and time, and his reign was known as the time of Golden Age of peace and harmony. The Greek god that was the same as Saturnus was Cronus, the youngest of the Titans. The Carthaginian god Ba’al (or Moloch) was the same god, and devoured children (similar to Cronus who ate children). Saturn is often depicted as Baphomet and associated with Satan as a devourer of children. Some theorists claim that the Tree of Knowledge fruit was actually a reference to babies being eaten. There is a belief that Cain actually ate Abel and that is where the derivation of the word “Cannibal” comes from. This concept of Satan/Saturn devouring children is seen in many classic works of art with a devilish horned goat: In the post Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: Triangles, Pyramids and the Sun we can explore a concept of the Black Sun and The Great Work. “The Great Work” is the journey to be god-like and make something out of nothing. It is initiated with the first step being the alchemical Black Sun. The Black Sun is the first stage in the achievement of enlightenment or immortality, which is accomplished through the philosopher’s stone. (Richtofen) The philosopher’s stone is known for making lead into gold, and the planetary association of Saturn to metal is lead. The planetary association with the Sun is gold, so turning Saturn into the Sun is the alchemical process of the philosopher’s stone, based on metal transformation. Now here is where we start to meld everything together. The Illuminati are the older elites who will prey on the young (an analogy of the Baphomet devouring children). This allows the Illuminati to achieve their quest for the Golden Age by sacrificing the youth to the devil (aka the material world, aka Saturn) by making them pursue material goods and working a job in never ending servitude based on the masses desire for consumption. We see this Saturn symbolism all around us including black school gowns worn at graduation with a square (*think cube) mortarboard hat: The holiday of Saturnalia was established by the Romans, as discussed in the post on Occult & Illuminati holiday traditions: The Saturnalia festival featured human sacrifices and ran from December 17th-23rd. There would be gladiator battles and the deaths would be considered more sacrifices to the deity Saturn. There were also concepts of role reversal; with masters feeding their slaves (still practiced today at work Christmas parties when the bosses feed the workers). The Romans also participated in a festival called Dies Natalis Solis Invicti, or “Birthday of the Unconquered Sun” on December 25th. Sol Invictus was a Roman god of the sun, which could be yet another retelling of Nimrod and Semiramis. The depictions of Sol Invictus appear to mirror that of the Statue of Liberty, who was designed after the Roman goddess Libertas: Saturn has also been associated with Satan and this, for numerous reasons. First, many authors argue that the word Satan is derived from the word Saturn. Second, Saturn is associated with the color black as well as Satan. Third, Ancients considered Saturn to be the farthest planet from the sun , the latter being associated with the principle of Good. (Note that Pluto never was considered a planet). Saturn is consequently the celestial body that is the less exposed to the sun’s divine light and thus associated with the coldness of the principle of Evil. Finally, the “great god Pan”, the horned deity, represented Saturn in ancient paganism. This half-man half-goat creature is considered the ancestor of our modern depictions of Satan. “Pan was a composite creature, the upper part–with the exception of his horns–being human, and the lower part in the form of a goat. (…)The pipes of Pan signify the natural harmony of the spheres, and the god himself is a symbol of Saturn because this planet is enthroned in Capricorn, whose emblem is a goat” – Manly P. Hall, Secret Teachings of All Ages So Pan was depicted with horns due to the fact it represented Saturn, the ruler of the house of Capricorn which symbol is a goat. Pan was the controlling spirit of the lower worlds. He was portrayed roaming through the forests, penis erect, drunk and lascivious, frolicking with nymphs and piping his way through the wild. We might say he ruled the lower nature of man, its animal side, not unlike Satan. Despite acknowledging its association with Evil, secret societies find the veneration of Saturn necessary to obtain illumination. It is the necessary counterpart of the principle of Good. Masonic authors clearly associate Saturn with Satan. There are also entertainment influences… The Rolling Stones want to Paint it Black (what is ‘it’? It’s everything; they want the world engulfed with Saturn worship): (Black Ops Everything!!!) ( Released 13th May 1966 in the UK, My birthday is 13th May 1981 FYI that is why the Pablo thing was a troll for me personally) ... Most of the above is from here: http://illuminatiwatcher.com/decoding-illuminati-symbolism-saturn-black-cube/ Right so all that said. In Der Eisendrache we have Dragon heads come through smaller versions these rifts. I have to stop here as I'm getting distracted & I'm running out of time. Hope this is making some sort of sense to some one. There is more. Regard Alpha.
  21. I feel like I've been living under a rock. Amazing discovery & thanks for sharing. Only just seeing this today. Right I'm off to play Der Eisendrache until my thumbs bleed. Happy days. I know people don't like the religious over tones but: He's a creature, but a smart one. In the book of Revelation, Satan is called “the ancient serpent” (Revelation 12:9, 20:2), which refers to the snake in Genesis. So in the New Testament the snake is Satan. I'm not outright agreeing with this, but you have to admit the fact that the Dragon's heads appear in the exact same fashion as Cerberus in MOTD. Just a thought. The keepers dimension seems very hellish to me. Regards Alpha. Has anyone been able to repeat this?
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