The recent school shooting in Arapahoe, Colorado has enough symbolism behind that it warrants its own conspiracy theory. Like always (and note that it’s tragic that I have to make statements like “like always“), it was probably just a case of some bullied and/or nutty ass kid with a gun, but that’s not the aim of this website. Instead, let’s take a look at what is odd about this…
The most obvious is that it happened on Friday the 13th; one day prior to the Sandy Hook school shootings in Newtown, CT (on December 14th, 2012). The Illuminati groups are obsessed with ritual and dates, so if there was some sort of MK ULTRA mind control going on here the date of the 13th of Friday would align with the original basis for its ‘unlucky’ designation. There are multiple theories surrounding the origin of the date, but the Illuminati-connected Knights Templar seem to be the best place for blame. From Wiki:
Records of the superstition are rarely found before the 20th century, when it became extremely common. The connection between the Friday the 13th superstition and the Knights Templar was popularized in Dan Brown’s 2003 novel The Da Vinci Code and in John J. Robinson’s 1989 work Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry. On Friday, 13 October 1307, hundreds of the Knights Templar were arrested in France, an action apparently motivated financially and undertaken by the efficient royal bureaucracy to increase the prestige of the crown. Philip IV was the force behind this ruthless move, but it has also tarnished the historical reputation of Clement V. From the very day of Clement V’s coronation, the king falsely charged the Templars with heresy, immorality and abuses, and the scruples of the Pope were compromised by a growing sense that the burgeoning French State might not wait for the Church, but would proceed independently
This concept of Friday the 13th conspiracy shows up in a few paragraphs below with a link to the Jesuits, but you’ll see that soon… The shooter, Karl Pierson, appears to have been interested in conspiracy theories as well, judging by a Facebook image (posted by EveryJoe.com):
The images included Brian from Family Guy and Paul Walker, who I already tied up together in a post about Paul Walker conspiracy theories:
This ties into the Fox Broadcasting Company’s Family Guy TV show. Fox is the noted right wing 24/7 news media channel, and their ties include pretty much anybody in the right wing side of politics. The talking points get repeated from the news shows on Fox, and then get repeated by the politicians. So how does this tie to Paul Walker? The beloved dog on Family Guy, Brian, just died last week (Nov. 24th); just six days prior to Paul Walker. Paul Walker’s character on Fast and Furious was Brian O’Conner. Also, the reason the public found out about the ATF “Operation Fast and Furious” was because ATF agent Briant Terry was killed during one of the operation’s transactions. That’s three “Brian’s.”
We’ve also seen the news outlets pushing to demonize conspiracy theorists in the past, pointing out that nutjobs followed Alex Jones, or were doomsday preppers, or what have you. The most demonization occurred with the Boston marathon bombings:
Take special note to that last sentence: “We all need to look at what happened and make sure that in the future we do everything we can to help and not hinder crisis situations“. Get ready for some oppression. Not to say it was inappropriate, or even sad that this man was falsely accused, but taking a larger view on the whole thing has got me wondering what’s in store in and in the agenda of the pupper masters…
So I’m sure we’re going to see more on that aspect of it once reveals itself and the media gets a hold of it.
Right now there is a monster thread on the conspiracy theories surrounding this event on GodLikeProductions, but most of it is rubbish and heresay. There is an interesting image someone found that is supposedly a shot from inside the school that has a large ‘Jesuit’ symbol in the background:
I dug around and found that there is in fact a Jesuit school in Colorado, but it’s actually in Aurora, CO (called Regis Jesuit High School). The Jesuits are rumored to be some kind of militant Illuminati branch of the Roman Catholic church, with many theories claiming they are the true lineage of Knights Templars (bringing us back to the Friday the 13th conspiracies). Here’s the Jesuit symbol:
The Arapahoe school was close to Aurora and Columbine (both more mass shootings), but I don’t know how much weight it holds since most of Colorado’s population is located around the same area. Here’s the map, ‘A’ is Columbine, and ‘B’ is Arapahoe:
And the date landing the day before the anniversary of Sandy Hook is obvious as well. He couldn’t have done it on the 14th because that is a Saturday. Of course we all know that Sandy Hook shootings were riddled with strange conspiracies such as the “fake actors“, Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins:
Hunger Games book author Suzanne Collins (you know, the book and film about children murdering each other) lives in Sandy Hook, Connecticut.
What are the odds of this? And further more, why isn’t the media mentioning that at all? I didn’t believe it when I first read it on the Examiner.com link, but sure as hell if you look it up in Collins’ biography she lives with her kids in Sandy Hook. Geographically speaking, the coincidences are astounding because not only does she live in Newtown, CT, but she lives in the same exact village of Sandy Hook, where the shootings took place.
…and predictive programming in films such as Batman Dark Knight Rises:
and we saw Aurora in the film as well:
and Dream House:
AND they also unveiled the logo for the latest Sandy Hook playground which featured some All Seeing Eye symbolism:
The last conspiracy theory I’ll throw out (which would also be the most popular conspiracy) is to try and promote gun control. The standard theorist argument is that the government is trying to scare us into relinquishing 2nd amendment freedoms in exchange for safer schools. I’ve never really supported this argument, but the overwhelming number of recent school shootings have gotten too eery to discount it. People claim this was/is a false flag event meant to orchestrate a movement to ban guns as part of a big government takeover. However paranoid this may sound, there is some weird links with some surveys as of late around gun control. The news media outlets have been harping on us about how surveys were showing that gun control support has fallen ever since the Sandy Hook shootings, and then all of a sudden we get another school shooting. From NBC:
Support for stricter gun-control measures has dropped to its lowest level since last year’s tragic shootings in Newtown, Conn., according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Fifty-two percent of Americans now say they want stricter laws covering the sale of firearms. By comparison, 38 percent think gun laws should remain the same, and another 8 percent say they should be less strict.
That support for tighter restrictions is down from earlier in the year. In Jan. 2013, a month after the shootings, 56 percent favored stricter gun laws in the NBC/WSJ poll.
Let’s keep an eye open (no pun intended) for more symbolism as the story unfolds.