posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 12:20 PM
Originally posted by network dude
Originally posted by vcwxvwligen
It's a bit wild to see a Masonic compass at the crime scene, and for the perpetrator to yell out things about the GAOTU.
An investigator claims that he stole the sword from a Masonic lodge.
Where did he say that it was for martial arts?
here's the deal, even if this was the most masonic sword that ever was made, and it had special masonic powers that only Harry Potter could release,
it wouldn't make this a masonic event. It was a guy who had some serious problems in his brain, who killed his mom. His dad claimed the sword. And
since this used to be his dad's house, and he had been a mason for quite some time, it seems quite likely that there might be something masonic in
the apartment. Like a masonic compass.
If one puts aside the number of deaths, 1 in this case and 28 in the Connecticut school shooting, one can see the similarities. No matter the weapon,
even if the sword had special powers, or even if the Bushmaster had a mind of its own, it is not the key element in each story. The real story is
about one person that has some serious problems in his brain and who kills his mom. The pot is always boiling. Many need to leave the kitchen.