There is Something Very Wrong with Official Story of the Sutherland Springs Church Shooting

American Everyman

by Scott Creighton

Let’s begin with this, a summary of the events laid out on the Wiki page:

At approximately 11:20 a.m. CST, Devin Patrick Kelley exited from a vehicle at a gas station across the street from the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs wearing black tactical gear, a ballistic vest, and a black face-mask featuring a white skull,[6] and wielding a AR-15 pattern Ruger AR-556semi-automatic rifle.[7][8][9] He immediately fired in the direction of the church.[10] He crossed the street and approached the building from the right while firing, and continued to fire while entering the church building with worshipers attending regular Sunday service.[11] Inside, he yelled, “Everybody dies motherfuckers,” as he proceeded up and down the aisle and shot at people in the pews.[6][12] Police found 15 empty AR-15 magazines capable of holding 30…

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Sutherland Springs Shooting: What We Know So Far

American Everyman

by Scott Creighton

The official story goes something like this:

Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, dressed head to toe in black tactical gear, shot dead 26 people and injured 24 others in Texas when he walked into First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas and opened fire on Sunday morning. Donald Trump had just touched down in Japan on his first of five visits with local leaders kicking off his 13-day tour in Asia.

Stephen Willeford, 55, a local plumber, saw Kelley enter the building and start firing (outside) so he retrieved his own rifle and fired at Kelley as he left the church. They exchanged gunfire as Kelley made his get-away in his SUV, dropping his weapon on the scene… the only weapon used in the attack.

“Hero” (there is always a “hero” or two) Johnnie Langendorff, just HAPPENED to be there at that moment and just HAPPENED to…

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The Vegas shooter, general aviation, & CIA planespotting

Desultory Heroics

By Daniel Hopsicker

Source: MadCow News

It is a circumstance unparalleled in American history.

Two weeks after a gunman started pouring down fire from a 32nd floor window in Las Vegas on people at a country music festival, police and the FBI remain in the dark over why he did it—and why he stopped.

Something hinky this way comes

The tragedy hit with no warning and took fifty-nine of our number. And despite  being recorded in real time on thousands of cellphones,  there is still no explanation for it.

The motivation of the shooter (or shooters’) remains a mystery.  Hopefully it was more than petulance.

But we don’t know.

Given the circumstances, you don’t need to be a “conspiracy theorist” to sense something  hinky about the official investigation into the Las Vegas Massacre.

In the absence of any sort of  coherent narrative, both concerned citizens and ‘conspiracy…

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Stephen Paddock: American Made

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Note to new readers:  If you want an in-depth understanding of what occurred in Las Vegas on October 1st, you need to read Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare by Michael Hoffman, The Most Dangerous Book in the World: 9/11 as Mass Ritual by S.K. Bain, and Most Dangerous: A True Story, by Sherwood Kent.

Trans Am books

For the sake of brevity, I’m not going to delve into the rationale behind the nefarious acts being discussed here. In many instances, the occult philosophical underpinnings are esoteric, arcane, just plain tedious and near impossible to explain briefly.

I’m also going to assume that, if you’re reading this blog, you have at least some basic familiarity with occult symbols, rituals and psychological warfare.

If you haven’t read the aforementioned books, and are not familiar with said topics, the good news is that, in this instance, certain major ritualistic elements employed in the…

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