Pepe, Kek, and the Rise of an Elder God [video]

In the following video I discuss:

  • The series of coincidence which led to Pepe, and his apotheosis of Kek, spontaneously generating out of the chan culture,
  • The coincidences which predated his rise; the echoes from the past which were waiting for him,
  • The nature of pagan gods, and the different sacrifices they demand,
  • The true nature of Kek; that of Azatoth, the Blind Idiot god, who laughs at creation from the primordial darkness, and:
  • How this fits in with a Christian theology, and what it forewarns about the present age.

Kek is currently working towards the same goals as the Alt Right, but don’t for one moment think that the Blind Idiot god of laughter has goals in the same sense that we do.  The potential threat which Kek presents has already been echoing; he is a primordial, nihilistic god, who service demands the destruction of standards and barriers.  The irreverence for irreverency’s sake is just the tip of the iceberg.  Just because he is presently fighting Moloch doesn’t mean that he won’t turn on us; he will.

Links mentioned in the video:
The Truth About Pepe the Frog and the Cult of Kek
My video “The Twofold Nature of the Sexes

If the comments and like/dislike ratio is any indicator, this video seems to be going over rather well.  I was worried that it would go over most people’s heads – after all, this age is so founded about scientism and materialism that most people outright deny that symbols exist, despite the fact that language itself requires symbols!  Modern people celebrate logic while denying that logic exists – and those few who do discuss spiritual matters, often do so out of spite for logic.  It’s quite the Catch-22.

I’m working on video addressing this – the shortcomings evident in mathematics, as demonstrated by Godel’s Incompleteness Theorem and The Halting Problem – but in the meantime, if you want some rock-solid philosophizing on these matters, I would heartily recommend John C. Wright’s latest essay on how Atheism is fundamentally irrational.

Any questions or critiques of the above video would be greatly appreciated.

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Davis M.J. Aurini

Trained as a Historian at McMaster University, and as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces, I'm a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.

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4 Responses

  1. Poppy Socks says:

    Managed to make Pepe boring
    true accomplishment
    tip top KEK

  2. Joe Shipman says:

    Nah, Godel’s and Turing’s results don’t reveal “shortcomings in mathematics”. Properly understood, all they say is that math is infinitely complicated, and that if you start with any finite amount of information, you can’t prove everything that’s true. In other words, if you only have 10 pounds of axioms you won’t be able to prove a 20-pound theorem, and there are arbitrarily heavy theorems.

    Why should it be surprising that that there are arbitrarily hard problems? Mathematics’s richness is not a “shortcoming”.

  3. Jon, you’re confusing “We don’t know yet” and “We can never know”; the second is an ontologically different statement.

  4. I’d never heard of Kek before your video. Pepe, sure; I have enjoyed the Trump memes he’s been in.

    Your video is the second time this week Rev 16:13-14 has come up. The other time was Chris Cantwell’s podcast. When an atheist starts citing Bible prophesy, my head perks up.