Time Samplers - Issue 2: Disorder of Skull & Bones
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Symbolism

This is our first introduction to Luna, so it’s appropriate that this scene shows her in front of the moon. There are a few recurring themes with this scene, and with Luna specifically.

Bluebird

Reference to Project BLUEBIRD, a top-secret program that was a precursor to Project MKULTRA: a top-secret government mind control program that started after the second World War. She has a tattoo of two bluebirds on her left shoulder.

Monarch Butterflies

Another nod to a mind-control program, this time one that requires a bit more speculation: Project MONARCH.

Ashlar Stone

A symbol of carefully crafted building and foundations. Also a strong object to build upon after “filling in the gaps” to create a much larger structure.

As Above, So Below

Luna’s pose in the last panel of this page holds a lot of meaning. This same pose can be seen in depictions of figures from George Washington to Baphomet, depending on where you look.

About Issue 2: Disorder of Skull & Bones

About Issue 2: Disorder of Skull & Bones

Lex and Cal travel back in time and break up a Skull & Bones ritual in the Tomb at Yale. Meanwhile, Carmot and Vodnar try to rescue the brothers from the W.I.L.D. Machine. Luna makes a cameo appearance, and Colonel’s plans for her are revealed.

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Credits

Thomas Gorence

Thomas Gorence (writing)

Erik Koconis

Erik Koconis (writing)

Julius Freeman

Julius Freeman (writing)

Nicolás Colacitti

Nicolás Colacitti (artwork)

About Time Samplers

About Time Samplers

A pair of musicians travel through time and investigate conspiracies while fighting back against the illuminati’s hoards of sheeple (sheep/people hybrids).

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