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posted on 7/20/2012 @ 09:09
My mom hasn't been able to stop working yet, but she is finalizing her statement now and should be able to get some sleep.
posted on 7/20/2012 @ 11:22
My mother in law helped pull 12 dead bodies out of the theatre, your hope for 11 to tie this to the illuminiati will have to wait.
Gun control is the theory that a dozen dead movie goers in a Colorado theater is morally and politically preferable to a live patron explaining to the police how James Holmes got shot.
Originally posted by circlemaker
Intuition is an amazing thing. Perhaps in an alternate universe you DID go. It could be that intuition is connected to all possible universes and we feel not only things that happen here but in those other timelines as well. Perhaps the more similar another timeline is to ours, the more likely we feel something that happens there.
Originally posted by ItCameFromOuterSpace
reply to post by PassedKarma
I have friends who are originally from the Aurora area, so no offense to anyone from there; but Denver has some menacing and sinister vibes.
Maybe it's because California has invaded Colorado.
"..they're insecure..they start having..perhaps, dark thoughts, that people are following them. Or..that, there are voices..auditory voices, that are directing them.."
Originally posted by texasgirl
Didn't Denver have a 'mock' disaster drill back in October last year? They didn't even tell the residents so everyone was scared and confused. I have the link somewhere and will post it when I find it.
Denver is very strange, indeed. I also hear rumors of the Queen of England snapping up land there and that it's the best place to be when disaster strikes due to its high elevation. Plus, you have Cheyenne Mountain, a military underground bunker.
Originally posted by muircertach
I do live in Aurora CO. I have for a little over 4 years now. I live only blocks from the mall/theater.
OP you are just making things up. This statement is an out and out lie. I live very,very close to Buckley. NOTHING out of the ordinary occurred there that day.
I also noticed that the day of the shooting, Buckley Air force Base was much busier than usual. A lot of jets at high altitude, not during their regular times. They usually fly at 11am and 2pm, very low to the ground. And only 3-4 jets at a time. There were probably 8-10 circling around the area. Buckley is 3 miles from the Aurora mall.