"To Part the Sea"

Copyright © 2021 by William Darren Reder
04/07/2021 (updated 04/21/21)

A container ship gets stuck in the Suez Canal. What is the symbolism of this event?

In my earlier blog posts, we discussed the meaning of the Capitol “insurrection,” the reopening of da Vinci’s iconic Last Supper, the mysterious launch of an unarmed Trident ballistic missile, and the equally mysterious darkening of the Washington Monument 4 days after Biden took power. Now, we will review the latest in a seemingly unending stream of Freemasonic messages.

On 23 Mar 2021, the Japanese-owned, Panama-registered, and Taiwan-operated ship known as Ever Given was transiting the Suez Canal when it allegedly encountered strong winds that pushed the ship into the eastern bank. There it remained stuck until 03/29, blocking all traffic in both directions. That is the impossibly simplistic and logically deficient “official” narrative of events.

When unlikely events occur, we always need to dig a little deeper and attempt to uncover the meaning of the symbolism hidden in the indirectness. And there is a mountain of indirectness with this event.

First, all examinations of symbolism must begin with a look at the names because the name defines the role to be played.

Ever Given – this name seems to reflect someone that is forever giving or someone that has given you “forever.” The first name that comes to mind is Christ.

Evergreen – Evergreen Marine is the Taiwan-based operator of the ship. This name was plastered all over the side of the ship in huge white letters and it could also be found on many of the cargo containers. Evergreens are pine or fir trees. Saint Boniface allegedly felled Thor’s mighty oak tree and replaced it with an evergreen fir tree. He felt that the triangular shape of the tree more closely fit the Christian Trinity. It is believed that this was the origin of the Christmas Tree being a fir. Changing from an oak to a fir represents a transformation process. By going from a strong oak to a weak fir, we see the gradual emasculation of mankind. Ergo, Evergreen, in this case, is another direct reference to Christ.

Suez Canal – This name spelled backwards is Zeus. Zeus is the Greek equivalent of the Norse Thor and both seem to use as symbols the thunderbolt and the aforementioned oak. This refers to a godly element in play. More specifically, it refers to a masculine element.

As you can see, we already have several links to not just Christ but also the gods. Let’s see if we can add some more.

Let’s look a little closer at the Ever Given. It is a Golden-class container ship, one of the largest in the world. It was laid down on 25 December 2015 (that’s right, Christmas Day) and it was completed PRECISELY 33 months later on 25 September 2018. The number 33 is associated with the number of years Christ allegedly lived before his crucifixion (although I believe he was 46 when he was murdered, which was 33 years after coming of age). In addition, “golden” (the class of ship) is something that is typically associated with kings or rulers. Again, more Christ symbolism on at least two counts and possibly three.

The Ever Given was traveling at 13.5 knots 12 minutes before the grounding, which is much higher than the 7.6-8.6 knot speed limit for operating in the canal. It would run aground 6 miles north of the Red Sea entrance and it would be freed after 6 days. The numbers 6 and 13 are very important because Adam was created on the 6th day and 13 is the 6th prime. Christ functioned as a mirror echo of Adam/Eve/Serpent and was known as the “Last Adam.”

The Ever Given’s destination was the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. This is most intriguing because the word “nether” refers to something located below, as with Earth itself or possibly Christ’s alleged descent into Hell until the third day. While this might sound laughable, one of the nicknames for Rotterdam is “Gateway to the World,” hence it is meant to represent the original Port of Entry. Likewise, the name Rotterdam comes from the dam on the river Rotte. Confusingly, rotte is supposed to mean “muddy,” but Google Translate would seem to disagree. Rotte in Dutch means rotten. Intriguingly, however, rot or rote in German means red and one of the meanings of Adam is ruddy or red. This latter aspect would more readily fit the narrative as I have presented.

Most disturbingly, however, would be the actions of the ship prior to entering the canal. While it was waiting its turn in the Red Sea, it sailed a course in the shape of a male penis. What message could this possibly represent?

All of these elements combined would tend to reveal that the incident with the blocking of the Suez Canal by the Even Given has something do to with Christ. But what’s the whole story?

Lifting the Veil

Given the specific locale of this debacle, we naturally must include the biblical elements of the Exodus. In that mythical adventure, Moses had just tricked Pharaoh into letting the Israelites leave Egypt after the horrendous murder of the firstborn. The motley band of perpetual nomads was being pursued by the Egyptian army when they ran into the natural barrier of the Red Sea. All seemed lost until Moses allegedly parted the waters with supernatural powers long enough for the Israelites to cross. And as with all good yarns, while Pharaoh’s army was crossing and closing in, the waters came crashing together, drowning the fiendish antagonists just in the nick of time.

Why is this relevant?

The story of Christ is essentially a mirrored echo of the story of the Exodus. Moses, a murderer, was enlisted by the god of the Old Testament to go to Pharaoh and demand that its (the god’s) “chosen people” be released from their bonds of slavery. As impetus to spur their release, a series of plagues befell Egypt. In the final plague – the death of the firstborn – the horror became too much and it convinced Pharaoh that the Israelites weren’t worth the effort. He let them go but then had a change of heart. He sent his army in pursuit and they met their end at the aforementioned Red Sea. Unfortunately, it was only after that seemingly fortuitous crossing when the Israelites realized that their alleged “savior” and “benefactor” was actually an insane murderer. It soon provided 10 commandments – several of which demanding love and worship – from the top of the mountain of Sin – the most hallowed ground – all the while complaining about the sins of the people. Oh, the irony. The self-proclaimed god then forced its “chosen people” to wander the desert for 40 years – providing plague after plague and lie after lie to the very people it supposedly “saved” – until all but two of the males alive at the start of the journey were dead. Over 603,500 were murdered by their “god.” This number would even include Moses, who climbed the top of a mountain to be personally axed by the god itself – but not before being cruelly shown the land he would never see or experience, all because he dared not listen and act PRECISELY as his alleged “god” had instructed.

Compare this to the life of Christ – someone tasked with saving the people, apparently from their own delusionally paranoid god. This time, however, instead of acting as before and embracing Moses, the Jews rejected Christ. Instead of the firstborn being murdered at the beginning of the journey, the firstborn Christ was murdered at the end on a hill – just like Moses. Instead of 10 useless commandments, Christ replaced them with but ONE – to love one another. After Christ made his own crossing of a red sea – the sea of blood from dying on the cross – he would be reborn and stick around for 40 days instead of dying after 40 years of wandering.

As you can see, Christ assumed the role of Moses quite readily. But he also was saddled with an echo of the sublime soliloquy that defined the life of Elijah, as well. In particular, Christ was granted Elijah’s healing ability and his destiny to ascend to the heavens (Elijah did not die but was instead carried to the heavens by a whirlwind). This assumption of roles took place at an event known as “The Transfiguration.”

The same story repeats again and again and again. One into two and then two into one.

But how does the crossing of the Red Sea in Exodus relate to the fate of the Ever Given?

Consider the mirror aspects. Instead of crossing the water by land, here we have a ship making a crossing of land by water. Instead of the crossing being open, the crossing was closed. Instead of the color red being associated with the incident, this time “Evergreen” is in place. The blockage was in place for 6 days and 6 miles from the mouth (or anus) of the river.

But there is still the penis element. While I don’t wish to be crude, we are left with the obvious question of whether the symbolism of the lower portion of the Suez Canal is meant to represent the anus or the vagina? An argument exists for either.

For example, it is easy to see the canal as a vagina since it empties into the Red Sea, which would adeptly describe the monthly bill paid by females known as “menstruation.” The obvious linkage between an effeminate Christ functioning as a scapegoat and symbolically representing menstruation during his crucifixion – the body and blood being shed for the resurrection of the body – has already been made in my books. Also, men are obsessed with the “heavenly conduit” of women because it symbolically represents the route home to the Sea of Souls from whence they came – that amazing sea of perpetual love. This can be seen in the final destination of Ever Given – Rotterdam – a city that is nicknamed “Gateway to the World.”

However, we are also presented with the name of the canal itself being Suez – the mirror opposite of Zeus, a male Greek god. First, males don’t have vaginas. Also, Zeus being a god leads us to the heavens. Interestingly, of all the NINE planets (sorry, Pluto is still a planet to me), only Uranus is named after a Greek god – all of the others bear the monikers of their Roman counterparts. This sets Uranus apart as representing another much older “kingdom” – a hidden realm beyond the reach of the rulers of this kingdom. This can be seen in its function. Uranus is named after the primordial Greek god of the heavens – Ouranos – Father Sky. According to myth, Uranus was castrated by his son, Cronus. As such, he was effectively emasculated – made effeminate (something similar to the portrayal of Christ). Uranus sounds like “your anus” and it is frequently joked about in such a way. It also tends to link to homosexuality. The association of homosexuality with Christ (and by extension, the male kingdom of God the Father) has taken place down through history. In a glaring example, San Francisco has long been known as a bastion of gaydom with 15.4% of residents claiming an affinity for the same sex. San Francisco was named for St. Francis of Assisi – a man who reportedly was the first to bear the bleeding wounds of Christ, known as stigmata, and who was credited with the creation of the Nativity scene. This effectively telegraphs the birth and death of Christ. Given the “special love” Jesus allegedly had for John and the church's refusal to accept his possible marriage to Mary Magdalene, such elements tend to associate him in some way with homosexuality. And let us not forget that we are also bombarded by a plethora of reports of priests sexually abusing little boys. All of these aspects, therefore, tend to paint the lower Suez Canal as representing the anus.

So, which is it? Anus or vagina?

Does it really matter?

The real message here seems to be that a ship – Ever Given, representing Christ – got stuck trying to return home. In other words, it FAILED to ascend. The cargo it was carrying can be symbolically linked to the very souls that were destined to return home in his name. The message seems to be that there is no escape from this world – from Hell itself – at least without more “money” in payment. You see, as of this writing, the Ever Given remains a hostage at anchor in the Great Bitter Lake in the middle of the Suez Canal while the Suez Canal Authority seeks over $1 billion in restitution for freeing the stuck ship and for lost revenue. Note the symbolism of the Great Bitter Lake. Christ was given myrrh before his crucifixion (Mark 15:23) and he was anointed with it afterward (John 19:39). Myrrh is very bitter.

And yet, all of this tends to refer back to that primordial crime in Eden when first Eve and then Adam decided to "rape" the feminine god of the Old Testament who told them "no." In Eden, it allegedly involved a theft of knowledge, but was that "knowing" mental or was it carnal? Could the Ever Given getting stuck in the Suez actually mimic the time when two were satiated by the fruit of a forbidden tree? If so, does it portend another expulsion or a confinement? In the case of Ever Given, apparently it is confinement.

Either way, there's apparently no escape the way we got here. The dam of Heaven is a one-way valve. The only way out is IN. Christ is not going to magically carry you home, as the fate of the Ever Given reveals. He gave us the necessary secrets for doing that ourselves: love and forgiveness. And the physical world truly hates forgiveness.