May 01, 2022
6 mins read
The connection between David Bowie and Kanye West exists in both their onstage personas and their real lives as rock icons. Recently, there was a merging of Kanye West's persona with The Man Who Fell To Earth, another David Bowie character.
First, let's look at the initial connections between the two, and then I'll build on those with The Man Who Fell To Earth.
Bowie's 1972 album cover for The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, which portrays Bowie standing underneath a sign that reads "K. West."
The first song on the album, titled "Five Years," also seems to predict the rapper's coming. The song claims the world has five years left before its demise — unless, as later songs reveal, a savior arrives, a "Starman" to redeem humanity and save it from itself.
Blackstar's opening track tell the story of a leader dying and having somebody else take his place — a "Blackstar" specifically.
"Something happened on the day he died," the lyrics read. "Spirit rose a meter and stepped aside/ Somebody else took his place, and bravely cried/ 'I'm a Blackstar, I'm a Blackstar!'"
Exactly five years and two days after the album's release, a star is born: Kanye West in Atlanta.
Here is where it gets deeper, thus proving the initial theory correct:
Kanye West is playing the role of SAVIOR. The Man Who Fell To Earth comes to save man from himself. This reboot has a "Black star" lead actor, replacing the original with Bowie as the lead.
Like Kanye, Chiwetel is 44 (both were born in 1977 just as the "starman" was predicted in Bowie's song Five Years.)
So again, Bowie's character in 1972 predicts that in 5 years, a savior would be born. His album had a K WEST on it. Five years later on the day of that album's release, Kanye West is born. Bowie seemingly designated Kayne as his musical successor as the greatest rockstar icon, and in the storyline, he predicts a savior from Mars.
*Also note Bowie shares Elvis Presley's January 8th birthday.
Here's what we can build onto the above:
The Man Who Fell To Earth movie/series has a similar succession. The new version's Martian savior, a Black Star savior for mankind (in the first episode he shows an audience a black hexagonal star-shaped box).
Now here is where this new series ties Kanye West into the role previously portrayed by Bowie:
The new man "who fell to earth" is narrating his rebirth, like "Lazarus." Lazarus is the name of a track from David Bowie's final album which has him, as the Man Who Fell To Earth dying or ascending. Thus, he needs a replacement or successor. Notably, Kanye was one of the first Stars to commemorate Bowie's passing, tweeting, "David Bowie was one of my most important inspirations, so fearless, so creative, he gave us magic for a lifetime."
When this new "man who fell to earth" lands, he appears like a burning man, or a phoenix. See the screenshot:
Note how similar this is to Kanye West at his Donda event, which took place on the anniversary of the canceled Burning Man Festival which is held at BLACK ROCK City, Nevada:
So if you thought the Bowie/ Kanye connection was a mere theory, this would suggest otherwise.
David Bowie as The Man Who Fell to Earth represented an alien savior to come. The fulfillment of the prophecy is represented by Kanye West's portrayal of a Black Christ. In the symbolism used by the occult elite, the Phoenix and the reborn Christ are synonymous.
What does this all mean?
From a Metascript perspective, mankind is being prepared for an alien savior, and apparently, the powers that be chose Rock Stars as idols to convey this to us. Elvis Presley, "the King", was likely the first. He died at 42 on August 16, 1977.
After Bowie’s fake/staged death in 2016 (like Lazarus, he returned from the dead to do a television interview in a barely passable disguise), it was found that the album was inspired by an Elvis Presley song of the same name. The lyrics to the song make more sense when you realize that Black Star was released on January 8, 2016, Elvis' birthday, and two days before David Bowie's own death:
“Every man has a black star / A black star over his shoulder / And when a man sees his black star / He knows his time, his time has come."
EL = Saturn. Black. A Black Star.
42 = Saturn. The 4 = cross and 2 = scythe, combined to make the astrological symbol of Saturn.
David Bowie= DB = 42
Symbolically, the Phoenix, The Burning Man, the Christ, King, Crown of Thorns, and the Resurrected Savior are all correlated. The idea of this savior "falling" to Earth is really about a "heavenly" savior.
I do not contend that Kanye West is anything other than an actor and musician. What I am discussing is the ROLE he is in. Elvis, Bowie, and now West, and in a succession, carrying the torch of the Illuminati. Right now, we are being prepared for the emergence of a savior from climate change, viruses, misinformation, and all else that ails us, collectively.
The Man Who Fell To Earth is a Martian, sent to prepare us for the post-reset world which will be based on the Martian Utopia.
SPACE AGE SAVIOR
Elvis is strongly associated with the Space Needle, and on Bill Gates' first birthday, the King was on Television getting his polio shot. The Space Needle is the new age obelisk, a symbol of salvation and ascension to the heavenly realm, now known as outer space. The Space Needle and the vaccine needle are symbolically linked to salvation, thus Elvis' role as savior is reinforced.
David Bowie's music and persona have been strongly linked to the space age, and have paralleled NASA's progression, as far back as Space Oddity, which was mirroring Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. Bowie's music accompanied Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster which was sent into space with a dummy called Starman, representing David Bowie. Starman is a David Bowie song that clearly relates to David Bowman, from Space Odyssey, who becomes a Starchild.
Starman/ Bowie was "saved" by exiting the world via a rocket (a space needle). The dashboard had the message "Don't Panic" on the display, a reference to The Hitchhiker's Guide to The Galaxy, about the world being annihilated, leaving us with nowhere to go.
What happens next?
My best guess here is that Kanye's world stage role will correlate to Donda2, the event which took place on 2/22/2022, and welcomed the return of Pluto, or Hades from the underworld. The event was in a dark and flooded stadium, not unlike the final scene from the new Batman movie. Kanye played the Christ at Coachella, the Burning Man at Donda, and now he's there at the Pluto return, aligning with the release of the "Kraken", the beast unleashed by Pluto/ Hades. I suppose we're awaiting the Kraken, the beast from the sea, Red October, Leviathan, Chtulhu, or all of the above, after which the world will cry for a savior.