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The Moon River Super-Ritual

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NOTE: If you haven’t read “A Warning” (see link below), you should, and you’ll definitely want to read it before trying to continue with the current article.


Vietnam veteran Jimmy Lee Dykes (yeeehah!), the perpetrator in the recent Midland, AL, child kidnapping—during which Jimmy holed up in a makeshift underground bunker with poor 5-year-old Ethan—owned property adjoining that of Destiny Church, which served as the staging area for hostage negotiation and rescue operations.

The road beside the church that leads to Dykes’ property is named … Sandy Lane, which is, of course, an engineered link back to Sandy Hook, just as Destiny Church was a forward link to the performance/reunion of Destiny's Child during the SuperBowl halftime show—yet another simultaneous backward-forward-looking Janus ritual.

And no, Beyonce didn't blow the lights out in the Super Dome/Womb, although that was one booteylicious performance (I’m not even going to comment on the pre-game appearance by the Sandy Hook Elementary School choir).  Half the stadium went dark to mirror the Last Quarter/half moon in the heavens that night:  another lunar ritual.  It was 147 days from Aurora (waxing crescent moon) to Sandy Hook (waxing crescent moon); it's 147 days from Sandy Hook until FiveTen/Valley of the Ashes (waxing crescent moon); and there's SuperBowl 47, in New Orleans, the Crescent City, sitting riverside on the banks of the mighty Mississippi.  (Come on, now, don’t tell me you’ve already forgotten about Euclid’s 47th Proposition and its critical importance within Freemasonry.)

By the way, the power went out with 13:22 left to play in the third quarter, on 3rd and 13. Of course we see Skull&Bones' 322 there, but what's even more interesting is that if you count forward 47 days from SuperBowl 47, it's 3/22. And if you think that's more than a little spooky, it gets worse:  the Georgia Guidestones turn 33 on 3/22/13.

Nestled in down around Crawford, TX (the location of George W.’s ranch) and Waco—and U.S. Route 77—is the town of Glen Rose.  Not far from Glen Rose is the Rough Creek Ranch & Resort, where the day before the SuperBowl ex-Navy Seal Chris “America’s Sniper” Kyle was shot in the back by ex-Marine Eddie Ray Routh (yeeehah!).  Never you mind about February 2nd being a traditional date for Satanic Revels (requiring human sacrifice), and whatever you do don’t give a second thought to the fact that Rough Creek Ranch is located on County Road 2013.

And while we’re on the subject of ex-military going (being strategically pushed?) over the edge, how about this:  Sandy Hook Elementary was located just off of Riverside Road in Newton, CT, and ex-LAPD officer and Navy reservist Christopher Dorner, age 33, goes on a shooting rampage in Riverside, CA.

You know, I just can’t get the old tune “Moon River” out of my head … We’re after the same rainbow’s end …


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S.K. Bain

S.K. Bain is the former art director of the Weekly Standard magazine, where he worked with William Kristol, Fred Barnes, David Brooks, Tucker Carlson and others for over five years.  During part of that time, the Project for the New American Century shared offices with the publication, and next door was the Philanthropy Roundtable, where Bain also art directed for Philanthropy magazine. The Roundtable at that point was under the leadership of John P. Walters, who went on to become President George W. Bush’s Drug Czar.

In the mid-nineties, Bain was art director for the Oxford American magazine when it was published by John Grisham and located in Oxford, MS. In 2009, Bain helped author portions of U.S. Public Law 111-11.

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