First off: hello again... delivering the New Song for the New Age for the ne0Flavians du jour.
Often I have found my mind wandering back to wondering about the nature of a "New Song for the New Age" - as our dearly departed phrased it - what it would be, obviously, and that seems to beg the question, "from where would it come?"
To answer that question, I considered where Christianity came from - thematically, that is. Mainstream discourse like to begin at 1 CE/AD, of course, and then the various dissident theorists discussed here would say Julius Caesar, Augustus, Vespasian... the list goes on, and those are just the emperors we could name.
For my money, "Christianity" - broadly-speaking - begins with Isaiah. It begins with the idea of the restoration of a glorious past by an anointed savior - an Iesous Christos.
With that in mind, when I scan the current cultural climate for the seeds from which could spring a newer "New Song," I can't help but think of Ron Watkins's "Q drops" serving as a kind of "proto-Isaiah," promising the restoration of a "Constitutional Government" (in place of the Kingdom of Judah), when "the Storm" (the Day of God) marks the end of the reign of "the Cabal" (Assyrians/Babylonians).
With me being so far behind on my postflavian theory, this may have already been covered and/or refuted. I'm fairly certain that at a minimum someone made a connection between Cyrus the Great and Donald the Great Brain (and best words)?