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Which leads to the question, Why do you want these quite symbolic American buildings to echo the holiest site of Islam?
1981 is pretty far back for planning/foreknowledge of 9/11 though. They had it in a bottle for 20 years, down to the date and the toasted cars? The towers were only finished a decade earlier.
SSST [Stealth Satellite System Terminator]. There are five different individual and unique defensive and strike capabilities of the system. The only portion that I have publicly spoken on is one frame regarding actual current orbiting satellites, which are not at this time owned by the US government. On advice of counsel I cannot discuss the other components.
This one component is a satellite system. Within the confines of the system there are multiple, deployable space/orbital EMP [Electromagnetic Pulse] missiles that are not aimed at the ground....
Definitely 9/11 wasn't a conventional CD, but it's still unclear how unconventional it was. Quite a few of the pieces conflict re: nukes and DEW upon close examination.
Originally posted by 0ivae
There is definitely an occult/numerological/symbolic/just-plain-weird dimension to 911 that shouldn't be underestimated, and in fact my first thread here was on exactly that.
Feast of Coptic Martyrs:
Ironically, the attack of September 11 occurred on the same day that Coptic Orthodox Christians, throughout the world, were commemorating the "Feast of Nayrouz", which honors the memory of the martyrdom of Egypt's Christians throughout the centuries. The Coptic calender bigins on the first day of Thout, called "Nayrouz" a Persian word, meaning "the beginning of the year," which coincides with September the eleventh five centuries, when Gregorian calender replaced the Egyptian (Julian after adoption from Alexandria)in 1582. It commemorates the start of the tortureous rule of Diocletianus, in memorial of tens of thousands of Coptic martyrs. His reign is considered the era in which the church offered absolute witnesses to Christ, when the souls of martyrs departed to paradise and kept shining as bright stars therein.