Hellier season 2 - Thelemic Current
I enjoyed season one, based around a team of paranormal investigators, digging into reports of green goblins, in a small town called Hellier. It was and still is free on YouTube, with Amazon Prime also picking it up.
Season 2 though takes a different twist, along the same theme but this team, through a series of synchronizations, finds out they are guided to and then into the Thelemic Current.
This is what makes it fascinating to me, that they went out to look for something in their own field, then end up way off the beaten track, out of their depth and in the 93 current
They may have been guided by the Secret Chiefs, the Third Order or more likely Terry R Wriste, who was a source of information in A Greenfields book, Cipher of the UFOnauts. Links to John A Keels theories also feature in this.
Anyone know or have heard of Mr Wriste? He is very knowledgeable of Liber Al vel Legis and numerology.
Anyways, it's best if you watch Season 1 first but of course, you don't have too. Season 2 was a huge surprise to me they way it PANned out. I was so enthralled I watched the entire season overnight, last night.
I thought this name sounded familiar.
Apparently this is a (very long) documentary, and not really a fictional TV show as this thread made it sound?
I wonder, if they found any true proof of 'goblins'
In 2012, Greg Newkirk received an email from a man calling himself David Christie, who claimed that he and his family were being terrorized by unearthly creatures by night. After exchanging emails, David disappeared. For the next five years, the case only got stranger, as more connections and mysterious emails came in.
In 2016, Following three weeks of synchronicities spawned by a podcast episode about Greg's Kentucky Goblins story, Karl Pfeiffer went into pre-production on Hellier, hoping to follow up on the cliffhanger of the initial story. After pulling together a team and all the "pro-sumer" camera equipment he had available, the team traveled to rural Kentucky, not knowing what they would uncover, or how deep they would discover the case might go.
Had to scrub through them slow and boring in my opinion but thought i’d get a glimpse of
Tau Sir Hasirim The Rt. Rev. Greenfield
and finally an appearance
I skimmed through the first season over a few nights, and watched parts of the second season. I have to agree with Tiger's assessment that the show is plodding and, in my opinion, suburban. Any entertainment I eked from it was by making fun, but really I think the show does have some educational value in demonstrating what ways a person can deteriorate for trying to make sense of something when they themself have a disorganized mind.
I am more than used to seeing straw-grasping syndrome in documentarians, but some leaps-in-logic these people make border on the schizophrenic. Just to be thematic, I remember once reading a quote by some Fortean 'scholar' along the lines of, "occultism is self-induced schizophrenia," to which I must add, "only when you do it wrong!" These folks are doing it wrong.
But I'll reiterate that I have not seen the entire show. Maybe there's some keystone to their ostensibly faulty logic that I've missed and I'm just making a fool of myself, but I don't think so. I'm not even sure what they're looking for, anymore.
My favorite part was in the very beginning, when they said that sasquatch was the ghost of a Neanderthal -- in North America (like that's the crazy part).
I am really enjoying it. At this point I do not know if the authors have been planning a rather convoluted, but entertainment, piece of Forteana with Thelemic undertones, or these things have been really happening to them.
But since there could be a precise reason, found in Greenfield's book, as to why they close Season 2 trying to understand what the Star Sapphire is supposed to be, I reached out to Greg Newkirk and now waiting for more direct info.
Kinda funny that shows like this one have been doing more to put Thelema in front of the masses than anything OTO Inc. even attempted.