The magic of Kek, its links to prophecy and its impact

Following the blue-moon event known as Brexit, the truly impossible happened: frogs began flooding the landscape and destroyed the presidential hopes of one Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The first such frog appeared on an imageboard known as 4chan. The frog had the haircut of Clinton's opponent, Donald Trump, and was ostensibly endorsing Trump's Mexican border policy:

Over time, frogs supporting Trump began popping up all over social media. Eventually, one of them won Trump's personal endorsement.

The shitposting (mass posting) continued.

By September 2016, Clinton gave her "basket of deplorables" speech. Clinton's remarks triggered a new wave of memes featuring frogs, Trump and his supporters:

'The Expendibles' movie poster turning into 'The Deplorables',
featuring Trump, Pepe and supporters.

Insisting that one frog, named Pepe, had been paired with Nazi imagery and was a symbol of hate, NBC, The Hill, Vanity Fair, CNN, the Daily Caller, the Daily Beast, Time, Heat Street, The Economist, the Clinton campaign, the Anti-Defamation League and even universities and schools issued warnings:

But the decision backfired. In addition to the points noted in the screenshots above, Wikileaks showed that those behind the warnings were in bed with the Clinton campaign. For example, Economist publisher Lynn Rothschild had been an advisor to Clinton in 2015. Heat Streat founder Louise Mensch, who called the frogs "anti-semitic", had volunteered on Clinton's team in 2016. Time had been a major contributor to the Clinton campaign, and so on. As Wikileaks continued to expose scandal after scandal affecting the Clinton campaign, "drain the swamp!" became a rallying cry to stop the corruption in Washington (fitting, because the city literally sits atop a swamp):

The frogs continued to appear in the memes that bombarded Clinton, especially on Twitter under the hashtag #rainoffrogs.

It's a "basket of deplorables" - Pepes

Pepe mocking Clinton and her pay-to-play schemes

Curiously, the Bible mentions a frog epidemic. For instance, Exodus 8:2-14 states:
"But if you refuse to let them go, behold, I will plague all your country with frogs."
There is also Psalm 78:45, as shown in the following meme:

But the Book of Exodus and Book of Psalm deal with the past. Thus, the Book of Revelation, which purportedly looks into the future, is more important to examine in connection with this article. As stated in Revelation 16:13:
"And I saw, coming out of the mouth of the dragon and out of the mouth of the beast and out of the mouth of the false prophet, three unclean spirits like frogs."

Fitting the prediction in the scriptures, a proverbial 'frog in the throat' may have been what caused Clinton to pause in her one speech, enabling an audience member to scream "Pepe!" almost as if he were responding to a frog falling out of Clinton's mouth.

Perhaps the frogs even cursed Clinton's health because, during her campaign, she kept falling over. Likewise, against all logic and despite being a seasoned lawyer and politician, Clinton foolishly blurted out her campaign's feelings during the "deplorables" speech, which arguably swung the election against her. One can also reason that, between Clinton's "near 0% chance to lose" and position on abortion, for a majority of Christians, Clinton's defeat may have felt like an act of God. All of these points could be seen in the context of Revelation 16:13.

On the other hand, for a generation baptized into critique culture (which make both traditional religion and the lib-left's blind idealism unrelatable), it is more fitting for references to the Bible in the Pepe memes to be trolling. This interpretation would be in line with the spirit of the Pepe memes themselves, where the goal is to use irony and creativity to generate humor and bring influential awareness to light. The thing is, it worked. So, all irony aside, does 'generation cynicism' now have something to believe in - in the power of Pepe and frog memes? Based on the reaction to the other coincidences that have been spotted, the answer might surprise you:

Kek: the frog-headed Egyptian deity
  • with his frog head and humanoid body, Pepe shares the likeness of Kek, an androgynous deity from ancient Egypt; when you laugh at a Pepe meme, you literally draw attention to 'Kek'. We know this because some online gamers kept finding 'kekekeke' in sentence after sentence in a game. Wondering what the word meant, they looked it up and discovered that 'kekekeke' is Korean (written as ㅋㅋㅋㅋ) and translates into ''hehehehe" in English, thus signifying a type of abbreviated laughter.  The game, called World of Warcraft, coincidentally features green, amphibian-like creatures.

  • In German, the word "keck" means to be sassy or saucy. In Turkish and several languages, it is that sugary goodness of  cake. While these points are all associated with positive energy and Kek is associated with darkness, Kek's power is the ability to bring forth light, as in the beginning of time (like Genesis 1-13) or at dawn (hence his association with the 'New Dawn'). The idea is the power of Kek is summoned through Pepe meme creation, which takes place at this dark hour (or in the late hours) to bring to light awareness when people check social media at normal hours. The significance of meming and its affect on the world could influence the unfinished story of the runes. The reason for the incompleteness: a lack of clarity about the placement of a rune signifying the same light and dark concept that Kek is said to control.

  • a statue from ancient Egypt (perhaps incorrectly attributed to the fertility goddess Heqit or Heket instead of Kek) appears to actually depict wise men using the internet to generate meme magic.

  • a song has been found, called Shadilay, that was composed by the group 'P.e.p.e'. The song, discovered only recently, was released in 1986 as a single which features a frog on the disc cover. The disc also has "ass art" written on it, which has been interpreted as a 1986 prophecy about the magic of shitposting meme art.

  • as for magic, the frog on the Shadilay disc is holding a magic wand in his hand. Moreover, the label that produced the record is called Magic Sound. Reading the lyrics to the song, one discovers that the theme is will to power, beliefs, freedom and cosmic forces - forces of mysticism and magic.

  • The album art for Shadilay is also significant. It features a chaos symbol with energy rays superimposed over what appears to be a blonde head. Opposite the symbol's rays of energy stands a timepiece with a black center, stuck at six o'clock. A six-sided dark energy swirl is at the center of Saturn, a planet chosen by the Romans (and by the Greeks) as the god of time. In Islam, a ritual takes place that resembles the power around Saturn and is connected to longer life and the concept of infinite time. By contrast, although Trump Towers also features a clock face, with its white center, the clock is actually an inversion.

  • Notably, the word "Shadilay" is similar to Shaddai, an ancient word for God that has been generally replaced throughout the Bible. Similar to the omission of the book of Enoch (a topic for another day), it is unclear what the significance of the omission is, if there is one. The song Shadilay is exactly 5:55 seconds long. As Bible sources indicate, the number 5 signifies man touched by divine grace.

  • The repeated 5's in the song length are even more important when one considers the following: 4-chan generates randomized numeric IDs for imageboard posts and, for years, duplicate endings in numeric IDs, seen as a sign of luck. 4-chan, the home of shitposting and the birthplace of Pepe, has a logo of a four-leaf clover, the sign for luck. "Shadilay" is now being used by people online to wish others good health and luck, particularly as a salutation.
  • More on luck: the post on 4 chan that got an entire numeric ID in duplicated digits had simply declared that Trump would win. (77777777). Incidentally, according to Bible scholars, 7 are a sign of the divine word. Somebody quickly replied, calling for Brexit and Trump to fail against the establishment and insulting the previous poster's sex life. All this occurred on
    Lucky number 7...
    June 18, the same day that France's Napoleon 'met his Waterloo' almost two hundred years to the day. Frogs, as noted, are associated with fertility. And, interestingly enough, the French. But there's a deep culture significance here, too: on the day that Napoleon lost, the Rothschild dynasty tricked the entire British nation into believing that Napoleon had won. As a result, Rothschild bought up all government bonds for next to nothing. From that day forth in 1815, all the money the British government had borrowed from investors was owed to the Rothschilds. Was part of the allure of Trump not that career politicians, with ties to lenders and obligations to their monied supporters, are controlled by the interests of the banks? Is part of the problem with globalism not the power of banks and the lack of concern for the well-being of the nation?

  • Donald Trump's Real Estate Tycoon, a computer game from 2002, was developed by RedCap Software and features "Pepe" is one of several choosable company icons. (see live shot here). Recal not only Pepe's connection to Clinton's opponents, but the popularity of the red "Make America Great Again" caps within the movement.

  • In Chinese, the base of the "kek" sound is the word for victorious.

So what, you say? Well, this is all extremely important. Ever since the media's anti-frog campaign began, those who find the situation hilarious/ridiculous have been looking to use Pepe to razz "cucks" and "normies". At the same time, with Pepe, those who supported Trump's campaign points have found a popular vehicle for triggering conversation about the socio-political changes taking place. And some are simply bewildered by what has happened in connection with Trump's victory and the coincidences that have arisen involving Kek. As shown below, as this chaotic mess of views and interests collides, the poles align in a way that is no less perfect than the perfect cosmology.

The first result is that a movement has emerged proclaiming that "there is but one god, Kek, and Pepe is his prophet." This turn of events razzes "cucks" and "normies" who think the first and second shadada of Islam (there is no god but God and Muhammad is his prophet) are insulted. This turn of events (all things being equal and given the system's message to tolerate all things Islam) puts the establishment on the defensive if they make fun of Kek, because one can easily point out the double standard. This turn of events also is an expression of faith reacting to what, for some, feels like a miracle.

The second result of each group working towards their individual interests: a goal has been proclaimed in establishing a nation called Kekistan. On the one hand, this parodies a nationalist movement to agitate the "cucks" and "normies." On the other, it highlights double standards or lays the foundation for an actual nationalist movement. In any case, the Kekistanis have reappropriated the language that "cucks" and "normies" find acceptable when used by the 'accepted' nationalisms, i.e. Tibet, Black Lives Matter or Mohammedian or Jewish religious nationalism. Printed shirts that proclaim "Free Kekistan", "Kek Lives Matter" or "Protect the Holy Lands" are appearing. This will be discussed later in greater detail.

The third point of interest is the principle reason cited for the need for Kekistani self-rule, which is to live freely without discrimination, including the ability to practice the culture of mass meming. Yes, culture of mass meming. Think about that one for a second and, in the midst of free speech criminalization and internet censorship, how perfectly the interests of trolling, protecting real freedoms and actually honoring a perceived power align.

The flag of Kekistan
Similarly, taking things even a step further, a flag has been developed for the Kekistani nation. The flag is frog green for Kek and habitat. The banner has the petals from a four leaf clover in its corner to represent luck, hope and 4-chan, the place where much of the Kekistani identity was rediscovered. A black and white cross is bisected by a white circle near the center of the banner, with the words 'KEK' written vertically and horizontally, with each of the four K's rotating clockwise around the forward-facing E. The flag is modeled after a real flag that, on the one hand is being parodied and, on the other, some would like to honor, namely for this reason, this reason or this reason.

It seems the movement is proud of the mainstream's confusion and frustration in not being able to determine parody from reality. For one group, this means the joke is even funnier. For the others, it means better protection from persecution or, alternatively, that they are being taken seriously. It is only more ironic, then, that "reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee", a screeching sound frogs make, has been matched to a Pepe meme and is being used by Kek's followers to express anger or joy. Even more coincidentally, the sound is associated with autistic outbursts and, as the movement seems to be aware, a key feature of autism is difficulty determining literal intentions.

While all of this gives us plenty to think about, next I would like to focus on what the movement of Kek is transforming.

Identity. For years now, each European-founded civilization has been kept from expressing pride in collective heritage except where those points involve movement towards globalism or atonement for some form of genocide, colonization, slavery and discrimination earlier in history. Often, globalism has become that civilization's explicit identity (for example, in the United States, there is a debate whether immigration regulation is "Unamerican"), and new culture is only allowed to be an expression of globalism. The result is the people of each European civilization are filled with either negative ideas, complete emptiness or a global view of who they are. Well, the movement of Kek - Kekism - changes all of this. It promotes an identity free from shame and blood libel. In fact, it 'flips the script', so to speak, jokingly guilting or actually guilting the powers that be for denying Kek's followers a homeland.

Reflection. Kekism turns the world 'upside down' and forces reflection. Accepted ideas of the mainstream to be turned around and shot back at the public in new wrapping paper to be reflected upon. Sometimes, concepts are so closely intertwined with a context that the concepts can be freed from their shell, reflected upon and still represent the original idea in its context. Other times, the viewer may acquire a new view of the original, and question what was so readily accepted as truth. Some of the branded slogans mentioned earlier in this article prompt this sort of reflection, such as "Free Tibet", which the lib-left considers valid although it would mean endorsing self-determination and the "nasty n word", nationalism. So how does the public respond when that message is changed to "Free Kekistan?" Likewise, what about the line resembling the first and second shahada, about one god, Kek, and Pepe being his prophet? The lib-left will probably respond in anger, but if this is just cultural reappropriation, which is the same thing the Christians do with pagan beliefs, where can the case be made against this? I have said this before: it is the lib-left's contradictions that awaken the people to reality. Kek culture is giving us that power - the power to force reflection and discussion.

Aside from providing a platform to test the validity of ideas that are taken as is and already accepted, the humor of the Kek theme allows words with taboos against them to be examined as well. Kekism has created an identity by blending the lines of seriousness and parody, which makes one laugh and, at the same time, makes it more difficult to attack because it is not clear whether it is a critical parody. One example is in the idea of a Kekistan itself. On the one hand, the racist lib-left hears the word and thinks of underprivileged, third-worldish ethnicity.

Hmm, well, I must say Kekistani sounds poor and foreign...

In reality, there really is a diaspora of people from Asia Minor and the Caucasus, which is about where Kekistan sounds like it might be. And what this diaspora consists of is underprivileged, poor Caucasians who feel oppressed, although the system denies that such a thing could exist. Making the whole thing part of the joke merely prevents anyone from acting seriously to it in opposition before they themselves begin to take it seriously.

Positive spirit: While addressing a diaspora, Kekism never ventures far from humor and, for that reason, the energy is rarely negative. In addressing the homeland question in the culture, Kekism promotes that which is based around hope, luck and destiny. In fact, almost everything about Kekism is based on hope, luck and destiny. This is unique from nearly every identity-based movement in a European-founded civilization, as all tend to be based around the fury of betrayal and impending death of our people. In fact, a topic that is rarely addressed anymore because it separates the one-humanity idea, European-founded civilizations, for as many innovations and discoveries as they have contributed to the world, tend to gravitate towards the negative and pessimism, even before the World Wars. By contrast, if there is a power in positive thinking, Kekism captures it perfectly.

Culture. As for defining that culture, online communities have sprung up with ideas, including dance. Basically, Kekism has provided an open box to pour in everything that one wishes were in our "real" culture. This scenario is a 'go west' scenario, a 'gold rush' type of chance to define culture without going through (((gatekeepers of culture))) or having to sell out to achieve mainstream marketability. Part of the culture involves parody, obviously, which provides an outlet for humor and creativity, expressions of positive spirit. Moreover, this is an effective way for exposure to expand, because humor and creativity gain attention and attract interest.

Strategic inclusion. By positioning itself against "normies" and "cucks", Kekism allows for unification around world view without dipping into words that exclude sympathizers for whatever reason, whether it be due to state boundaries or otherwise. Similarly, Kekism does not try to create a movement using state-referencing words that have become synonymous with globalism and no longer have a distinct value. This is not Russia, where there is a different word for state citizen and national - "русские" (russkiye) and "россияне" (rossiyane) and an identity-based movement could profit from declaring itself to be a representation of the latter. In fact, in some states, like Germany, it is illegal to say that.

Controlling the language. Calling the opposition "cucks" and "normies" marginalizes the desirability of being on the other side in ways that commie and other slurs used to but, now that the USSR has disappeared as a country to be spying for or selling out to and Che culture has left its mark, no longer do. First, the insult of "cuck" forces men to at least consider the thought that, by defending the mainstream system, they are deballed. This is a big deal because, for as long as anybody can remember, soft men have not been attractive. Nothing has changed; men continue to compete with one another to be more "manlike" (i.e. "Alpha") in the way that women used to fight for a man's attention by being more "feminine" - more seductive eyes, bigger breasts, wider hips, thinner figure, style of dress, etc - and the system has made no effort to reform women's choices in men. Thus, men still feel the pressure to be "manlike" more than just about anything else if they want respect from other men and any semblance of a sex life. What this means is that, until women rewire themselves and start exclusively dating soft men, and until the system gives men something that does not make them feel like a cuck for supporting it, the "cuck" slur will continue to hit men in the balls like a sack of bricks. "Normie" is a less powerful insult, but it addresses the peculiarity in which, despite being the absolute and only accepted position of the mainstream, the lib-left has still held onto this legacy of being "rebellious and edgy". Today, at least, that power monopoly probably affects women more than men; women think that being a tattooed, foul-mouthed open borders and open pants advocate is somehow unconventional, like it is 1950 and everywhere you look you see Betty Crocker. Obviously, that is not the case. At the very least, "normie" addresses the world we live in.

In conclusion, Kek could become the foundation for a belief system based on positive virtues such as luck, hope and positive thinking, bringing about a new kind of enlightenment. This could create a culture beyond the one-way street which involves the mutilation of the body and spirit. Kekism is about laying at least a framework to consider promoting commonality and community, as opposed to some abstract idea of community where commonality is a bunch of individuals encouraged to do what they want at the expense of one another or the groups they do not represent. We want a blank slate, not some kind of criminal record inherited because of something somebody did between three centuries and seventy decades ago. We should have a right to be nothing we are not - and to be free to forge like-minded communities and cultures that reflect who we are and do not leave us empty.