posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 10:23 AM
I've noticed something recently. Actually, I've always noticed this, but now it's becoming more and more evident since there has been more disasters
and chaos in the past decade.
Has anyone noticed how there's always gotta be an anniversary celebration for disasters and chaos, but never for good things?
We're always hearing about the Anniversary of the ________________.
Why are we never celebrating the Anniversary of good things? Such as January 16th. The day the plane crashed in the Hudson and everyone lived.
I think that those who have control over the news and media want to lower our frequencies and keep us remembering tragedies where people died instead
of encouraging us to celebrate tragic events where people survived. I mean seriously. Doesn't it make more sense?
I believe that these morbid anniversaries are another control mechanism to keep us in fear. It also falls in line with the elites' dark fascination
with occult rituals, too. The Cremation of Care ritual at the Grove is a perfect example of this. Another example is the Skull and Bones Society and
how prevalent its members are in governmental and leadership roles. Why else would a VIP club centered upon death be able to hold such important
leadership positions unless they worshipped death and destruction. Their sick beliefs are then passed down to the general population.
I don't know if anyone on ATS has noticed this, but I would be interested to hear other people's thoughts and opinions.
edit on 1-8-2011 by Afterthought because: (no reason given)