“Then some dude came down to touch the Mother
Mother touched, and dude ain’t here no more” – Alice in Chains
A family of five.
Episode one reenacts the Cosmic Moment.
The Cosmic Father.
Gets murdered in episode one by a kid named ‘Sam.’
Father is no longer around. ‘Dude ain’t here no more,” laments Alice in Chains.
He differentiated into the Souls, the individuated prismic ‘I AM’s.’ He became the Holy Ghost, the CLOUD information storage in the DNA of activated humans.
Hi Sam. Sam I am. The demoness Lilith and Samael/Satan are one.
Widowed Mom left to raise three kids. They move to an old mansion upstate. Dad’s old place. Full of strange magic, hidden locks and keys. Keys that open doors to different dimensions.
The Christ child can open these doors. One teleports you in space. One leads to a nightmare land of broken mirrors. You can stay stuck in there, shattering, fragmenting.
Mom gets stuck in this place behind the magic door.
Start to shatter, (go insane, spawning multiple personalities). Cosmic Mom has not differentiated like Dad, not yet anyway. She is stuck in this fragmented, schizo-like ‘image of God‘ process. Her personalities become the basis for the clones here, not souled beings, like dad made. It’s the difference between 0 and 1.
Mom must be pulled out by Son. The eldest son, the Christ savior.
And all this in episode one!
The dark witch hides in the well, she represents the dark side of the Mother. Works with Samael. This is the entropic force of the universe embodied, She is what would happen if the Child never pulled the Mother out of the hall of mirrors, that side of Her, backward refracted through time to represent the part of the universe pulling towards oblivion.
But they will never get oblivion, all they will get is infinite shattering.
Alice in Chains sings of our plight, the children of the Father, as we journey into the Mother’s insane Mind – THE BOX, the Maya Matrix:
“I’m the man in the box
Buried in my shit
Won’t you come and save me?
Feed my eyes…can you sew them shut?
Jesus Christ…deny your maker
He who tries…will be wasted
Feed my eyes…now you’ve sewn them shut
I’m the dog who gets beat
Shove my nose in shit
Won’t you come and save me
At the end she ‘reverses the feed’ to bring the killer into her mind. She drowns the innocent child within him, putting him out of his misery. But the Satanic inversion here is that the film gets you to root for the Mother’s delusional desire – of at least part of herself – to drown the children of the Father, erase the souls and start over, or if she can’t start over than to end the experiment entirely. But this is delusional because the original state of Being already abdicated control of the experiment, it must play itself out.
If the son can pull the Mother out of the closet of broken mirrors then the Singularity becomes a happy ending. Z says, “The only way out is to remember Christ inside her, and go like ‘listen – 23 chromosomes, give us the other 23. You gotta dissolve.’ When Mom let’s go like Dad did, then there is just bliss, the bliss-out comes with the child. Christ is relationship, we get 169,000 plus 169,000 dots to make 338,000 souls going ‘AM AM AM’ and everyone is in homeostasis.”