I guess everything has already been written about the Sandy Hook shootings, and I don't really want to get into the nitty gritty except that it feels like 911 to me, only more compressed. Conspiracy, black ops, false flag, mind control, photoshopped news, prior knowledge, a sense of dark foreboding.
As followers of Loren Coleman's blog will know, all this mayhem began precisely on July 20, 2012 at a midnight premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, CO, which Loren dubbed a Red Dawn event, since Colorado = red, and Aurora = goddess of the dawn.
The film Red Dawn was about an alien invasion of the USA, foiled by gun-toting, NRA-card-carrying Americans, the same Americans who are "up in arms" about gun-control legislation made suddenly politically possible by the Sandy Hook shootings.
Even Google and The United Way have been brought into it, due to this intriguing google search result:
United Way Finally Admits That They Do Not Possess A Time Machine
Daily Caller report eventually reveals that they obtained an email sent by a Google engineer to a "public relations firm contracted by the United Way" in which the engineer flat out says, "This is a technical glitch on our end."----------------------
Glitch in the matrix: Def 1. From the 1999 film The Matrix: Referring to a human experiencing déjà vu as caused by the Machines altering the Matrix.
Ex 1. Neo identified a glitch in the matrix when he saw the same black cat walk past the door twice.
We note that it is a black cat who gives Batman the warning in Dark Knight Rises:
I saw another time traveling black cat a few weeks ago, via the Star Trek episode: Assignment: Earth, which featured Gary Seven and his black cat companion, Isis. The same black cat?
Another sync oddity is that red haired Little Orphan Annie's dog is named Sandy. Annie's benefactor is Daddy Warbucks, another euphemism for the Military Industrial Complex. Annie's theme song is "Tomorrow", as in... "the sun'll come out, tomorrow". Which qualifies as a statement of faith, considering it's always darkest before the dawn.
Curiously, Red Dawn and time machines were conjoined in Hot Tub Time Machine, where 21st century losers are transported back in time to an '80's Colorado ski resort, and mistaken for Communist invaders due to their "futuristic" hardware - their iPhones.
Hot Tub Time Machine is sync weirdness on many levels, perhaps the most interesting is the illegal "Chernobly" Energy Drink that causes, or at least enables, the whole time travel thing in the first place. Chernobyl, famous for being the 80's manifestation of the sync apocalypse, since Chernobyl = Wormwood, that great "comet" that causes a third of the waters to turn bitter, or poisoned.
|Lightning bolt of Zeus, penetrates the frozen time block hexagram.|
And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter. ~Revelation 8:10-11Wormwood is also the key ingredient of absinthe. Entheogens are often labeled "poisonous" by those who would shy us away from them, and of course, the band playing the Colorado ski resort Winterfest is... Poison.
|80's Hair Metal Androgene|
In HTTM, Chevy tells us that it would behoove us to get the hot tub working again, and he more or less admits that the "illegal" chemicals in Chernobly are the key.
So basically, we have the entheogen religion theory conquering frozen time block experience. I wonder.... did Steve Pink and Josh Heald intentionally and willfully create a film so rich in "between the lines" mythology? Why bother, for such an obviously insipid teen flick that almost nobody watched? I'm almost 100% convinced that Steve and Josh had no idea they were outlining the recipe for time travel:
|entheogen + vodka + busting a nut|
On the other hand, they might be Time Lords.