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  1. One point of note on "Elder Gods", is that this is seemingly a term given to the colossal Apothicons specifically by the Keepers (as illustrated by Jeb Brown's encounter) - however the Apothicons seem to refer to them as "Overlords", as hinted at in Shadows of Evil by the Shadowman, and later confirmed by him in revelations. Whilst they are very similar in meaning, I definitely think this slight difference in terminology is worth exploring.
  2. Glad to have you man, hope you enjoy it here.
  3. I'd say because they are still Aetheric beings. They are of Agartha and their race is built on the manipulation of the Aether. Notice it's a black sun with a cross through it. We associate the Cross with Christianity, but this is irrelevant here. It could represent a literal barrier. They are the Keepers of the Aether.
  4. - - X - - "X Computer" is the name by which Maxis is referred to in Moon According to Schuster, no one at 935 went by M, indicating X was likely Maxis' mononym - - X - - M A X I S This becomes especially interesting when you remember the ties of a certain AWOL Maxis to Broken Arrow.
  5. "Overlord" is, seemingly, the word Apothicons use for the colossal members of their race who are able to consume pure 115 from the Apothicon Sun and spit it into new realities. The Keepers, seemingly, refer to them as "Elder Gods".
  6. This is a megathread concerning the Apothicons and different view on them, a product of the cooperation between Caljitsu and Anonymous. The first subject we will discuss are the parallels between the Apothicons and Lovecraft's Mi-Go and Nyarlathotep. After that we will talk about how the Apothicon Overlords could very well be more ancient Elder Gods already existing in the Aether before the Apothicons, the corrupted alien race, came. After that we will discuss the parallels between the Apothicons and Bibical demons and finally, there will be an advocate for why the Apothicons might not be as e
  7. I don't think they were allied, per se. It's not within the theme of the Illuminati to follow any force outside of their order. That's not to say that they don't know or understand the Apothicons though, I just don't think they would hold any reverence for them.
  8. He leaves the Illuminati a day after he gets back from the first Teleporter test, so yeah
  9. This theory is a little different from what I usually like to do. It reaches for some things and presumes others - a dangerous combination when trying to write a good zombies theory - but it's so damn interesting, I've been working on it on and off for months on gathering information about it, and even if there's a kernel of truth, it might just change everything. WHO ARE THE ILLUMINATI? Contrary to popular belief, the Illuminati are/were a real organisation, not just the stuff of conspiracy. Founded in Bavaria, in what is today Germany (throughout the middle-ages to renaissan
  10. My jaw dropped when I read this post. I think this is worth us putting our noggins together to figure out.
  11. One thing of note, it's the apothicons who don't have an individual will, however as you rightly allude to with the Mi-Go's system of pure logic, I wouldn't exactly call the Keepers "free".
  12. Don't worry about that, it's nice to see some new blood around here. On training, I think it's the most effective strategy in Zombies, issue is - rightly as you say - it takes the fun out of it. Once you get your head round the Zombie A.I of the particular game you're playing, you can just train indefinitely.
  13. This is remarkably similar to the sign in Der Riese (nearby Juggernog) that when translated from German reads: "All unaccompanied children will be sent to the circus"
  14. I can't hear the idea of Humans being a keeper design without recalling the still unexplained Keepers of Origins - Humans with little facial structure and huge fangs
  15. This is really great, I considered doing this at one point but I think you've proven I would have never at least double the space! Great work man.
  16. So the finger thing was something that came to me as I was doing the very first preliminary research - I already had an interest in the Akkadians and the Sumerians. I think you're on the same trail of thought as I am now, which is what if writing as a concept was given to the earliest of the mesopotamians by the Keepers? It would explain the similarities. The only issue with this is that original Cuneiform was pictographic, however you could easily say the Keepers visited these societies in between the notable jump between Pictographs and the more complex wedge-shaped symbols (We d
  17. Almost four years ago, the entire community was told that we now had in our hands, the keys to decoding the Apothicon and Keeper languages. Now once again, with @EricMaynard, @Bench_Appearo, and myself (as well as several others) having spend an inordinate amount of hours on it over the past few weeks, I tell you today that, just as with our previous venture into Apothicon, this was not the case. In fact, we had barely scratched the surface of the Keeper Language. WHAT WE KNEW: At first glance, it would seem we had more information about Keeper than was the case with Apothico
  18. There is a third Maxis who, as far as we know, spends all of his time gathering artefacts from all conceivable dimensions. The Empty Earth was his base of operations - he specifically designed the mechanism that prevented those without a soul accessing the Kronorium. The Timeline refers to him as "An Alternate Maxis" (in the context of the House Maxis beginning experimentation).
  19. X has always referred to Maxis. This is an idea that @EricMaynard has been talking about for a while now, that one variant of Maxis began messing with areas he probably shouldn't have - namely the Campaign's dimension. He communicates with both Hudson and Mason via the CIA Data Terminal and, if I remember rightly, is the one who gives Mason the passwords to the other CIA logins.
  20. I'll skip the pleasantries and get right to it. If you have ANY screenshots, images, textures, etc of the Keeper language features in Black Ops 3 and 4, please post it below. We're at a stage now where cross-referencing different excerpts of the language is essential and any additional help to acquire them will really help to speed the process up.
  21. Blackout isn't in the 70s. Archetypes are being utilised.
  22. I want to once again thank @EricMaynard for the contributions. Just with the Apothicon Language that we deciphered ( https://www.reddit.com/r/CODZombies/comments/f13fao/the_apothicon_language_decoded_for_real_this_time/ ), this was just as much a team effort. I hope you enjoy the theory: One question held by many players during the final map of Black Ops 4, Tag Der Toten, was where were Doctor Monty and the Shadowman? Both appear and are referenced heavily in-game, and even if one takes into account budget arguments, surely it would have been possible for some sort of appearance, even
  23. Now we have to turn to Nightmares/Blackout for this, but first: GKM's "research" into Project Nova was seemingly acquired by the Tacitus corporation (more on that later), and then Tacitus' entire Stock, along with all of their weapons research, was acquired by Coalescence, the manufacturers of the DNI (this acquisition included all project Nova research). In the 2070's, they "accidentally" released a compound known as 61-15 into the Atmosphere, causing the events of Nightmares. However, in Blackout we see something else. Savannah Mason, now CEO of the Tacitus corporatio
  24. Today I want to pose you all a question. To you, what is the boiled down, purest emotion/feeling/theme of the Aether storyline? For me, it's the idea of history repeating itself. Not literally, as we see with the cycle, but more metaphorically - in the sense of history and how we act towards others now. I was recently reading through various timelines and ciphers for a video which touched on the pre-history that was the early days of the Keepers, back when they themselves were still figuring things out. You see, just as Marlton says, "Magic is just science that hasn't b
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