Weeknd-“The Knowing”



The Pyramid on Mars, is an idea, like so many we revisit here, that is beyond it’s truth. What I mean by this is, as to whether this grows from the fevered unconscious of Total Recall production designers, or something completely physical; and possibly still standing on Mars, is no longer what holds the weight in our popular consciousness. The idea is what get’s so weird, and it’s not the only Mars related anomaly that has become another kind of weird spider web, in the back of our perspective, and for some reason it bothers me enough to need to look closer.

Total Recall movie poster black Pyramid, blue orbs
Total Recall Movie Poster 1990


Beyond The Black Rainbow (above)

Is there something on Mars we need to complete us?
Is there something on Mars we should leave sleeping?



(above logo from  G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) MARS Corp- notice, what seems like a Pyramid-esque appearance, to the “A”in Mars. In the film Destro is played by Christopher Eccleston )(Doctor Who 9-Time Rivers) G.I.Joe Villain Destro’s Family Weapons Business, who have for years funded both sides of countless wars and other armed conflicts to come out on top as arms dealers. Destro’s family has a castle in Scotland where they practice ritual magick involving the wearing animal costumes, and sacrificing redheads to a Lovecfraftian being that resides beneath the castle itself.



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Black Pyramids vi0eeuqg



A place of evil and torment, the Black Pyramid became a temporary prison to some of the most powerful beings in the universe. Asgardian gods such as the mighty Thor and Hogun were held captive and tortured by the minions of Seth. The Black Knight, and the newly created Earth Force were also treated most inhospitably during their stay inside the fortress. The prison in Central Command Center of the pyramid held the Egyptian God of luck, Bes, while siphoning off his energies, so that Seth had the powers of luck on his side to ensure his victory. Once Thor and his allies discovered this mystery, Bes was freed and Seth’s foul machinations were no longer guaranteed. Grog, the God-Crusher, tried to conquer his master’s foes, but superior power prevailed over greater numbers, and the armies of Seth were defeated. Soon Odin was found and freed from his own solitary confinement only to be sent back to Asgard to confront Seth directly.-Marvel wiki








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The Black Pyramid
is the home of Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living. The Pyramid contains lots of secret chambers, dark creatures and mysteries only completely known to Mumm-Ra himself. Throughout the series there have been a total of three black pyramids; one on Third Earth and two on New Thundera

Third Earth

This Pyramid has been Mumm-Ra’s sanctuary for countless years. However, it has been hinted that, in the distant past, it had once been a place of good, not evil.

However following the events of “The Last Day” The ThunderCats eventually left Third Earth in the care of the “League of Third Earth” consisting of Mandora, Willa, Nada, Snowman of Hook Mountain w/ Snow Meow, and Ro-Bear-Bill and Ro-Bear-Belle.  But not before setting off various detonation charges inside the Black Pyramid, seemingly destroying Mumm-Ra’s only home to which he would return to.

New Thundera

Though the first pyramid built by Mumm-Ra on New Thundera was destroyed, he would later rebuild the central chamber of the pyramid within a cave near the ruins of this pyramid to keep himself hidden.

Eventually upon his incarceration and release by the Ancient Spirits of Evil following the event of “The Last Day” and further into the event of “Return to Thundera Part 1”, The Ancient Spirits of Evil rebuilt a brand new Pyramid for Mumm-Ra on New Thundera in the ruins of what seemed to be a major city at one point in history. Identical to his first Pyramid he built on New Thundera.-thundercats.wikia

The Black Pyramid is located in the futuristic timeline of Third Earth. It is a pyramid constructed from black stone surrounded by four pillars. It is the home of the ancient sorcerer Mumm-Ra and serves as a power reservoir for the Ancient Spirits of Evil, who are elder demons who bequeath Mumm-Ra power and immortality in exchange for servitude.

In his natural state, Mumm-Ra exists as a decrepit, decaying undead mummy, who must remain within a sarcophagus within the pyramid whenever he is at rest. By calling upon the power of the Ancient Spirits, he can shed his wrappings and enjoy renewed health and vigor. Mumm-Ra’s servants, the Mutants of Plun-Darr, often reside at the Black Pyramid to do Mumm-Ra’s bidding. This includes Slithe, Jackalman, Monkian and Vultureman-Thundercats wiki

similar disambiguation in Warhammer