One supposes – since the “inauguration” of the present American presidential administration – everyone has witnessed some of the recent performances of White House Press Secretary Jenn Psaki.
From the outset of her tenure as White House Press Secretary, Psaki has become infamous – as everyone can observe in the video excerpt displayed immediately below – for what has become her standard response to questions about the Biden administration’s policies: “I’ll have to circle back”.
Many, whom frequent this site, may have already surmised Psaki’s well-used response has occult and masonic significance and, as well, relates to the practice of sacred geometry.
You would be correct.
Whether intentional or not, Psaki’s “circle back” is a reference to the Ouroboros, or the snake eating it’s own tale, the cycle of death and rebirth.
Though recently, Psaki has received considerable criticism for her seeming unwillingness to comprehensively respond to direct questions posed by members of the gathered press, one had not, until only recently, viewed – as it were – Psaki in action.
When I finally did, one’s intuitive senses were immediately pricked with a sense of overwhelming familiarity.
Yes, I had, with certainty, seen her before, but long ago, long before she was known as “Jenn Psaki”.
The tone, timbre, and unique cadence of her voice, along with her curious penchant for certain distinct physical mannerisms (frequent, expressive, and often excessive hand fluttering/hair flipping), struck chords of distant memories, of an era of time during the 1980’s, when a group of young Hollywood actors, dubbed the “Brat Pack”, were seen quite frequently on the silver screen and, with great frequency, enjoyed lavish attention, both from the press and public alike.
In fact, the actress identified as Psaki’s host actor starred in one of the most popular and memorable ‘teen’ movies of the entire 1980’s era: The Breakfast Club. Continue reading “‘Circling Back’ to the Brat Pack”