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LESSONS FROM THE LATEST TEXAS MASSACRE

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On Sunday morning, November 5, 2017, another mass shooting occurred, this time during services at the First Baptist Church in the small, rural community of Sutherland Springs, Texas, not far from San Antonio. The shooter, 26-year-old Devin P. Kelley, appears to have had a grievance against his in-laws who belonged to the church and perhaps were expected to be in attendance. Thankfully, two local residents, one of them armed, stopped his rampage with gun fire and a car chase, which so far has left 26 dead and another 20 wounded. As investigators discover other details, we may know more of the motive of the shooter and the circumstances behind his actions. Nevertheless, it is not too early to learn lessons from this horrendous act.

The first lesson is that the first responders are not the police, firefighters, paramedics, disaster relief workers, or other government officials. The first responders are those at the scene of the event as it occurs, whether it is a shooting, hurricane, or other disaster. More often than not, they are the victims. After all, who are the first people at the scene of any crime if not the perpetrators and their intended victims? Therefore, as potential first responders, we must be prepared to deal with the unexpected actions of our fellow man and nature.

This brings us to the second lesson. In today’s environment, we must be armed and trained to defend ourselves, our families, and our neighbors. Whether the arms are weapons, food, water, generators, first aid training, etc., to survive a shooting or natural calamity, there is no excuse for not being prepared. It is incomprehensible that so many people in a rural Texas community, where firearms are as ubiquitous as automobiles, could attend church or any group function unarmed! The gunman apparently had plenty of time to change magazines several times, which would have made him vulnerable to an attack by one or more well armed worshipers. Apparently, the lesson of December 9th, 2007 at the New Life Church in Colorado Springs, CO, was not taken to heart. There, an armed man came on the church’s property and began shooting, killing two people and wounding others. What stopped him was an armed parishioner in the church, Jeanne Assam, who carried a concealed pistol.

The third lesson comes from the actions of the two citizens, Stephen Willeford, and Johnnie Langendorff. Willeford, a competitive shooter, saw what was happening, grabbed his rifle, exchanged fire with Kelley wounding and forcing him to drop his rifle, and run to his vehicle for a getaway. Willeford then jumped into Langendorff”s pickup truck, and the chase was on. By the time law enforcement arrived, Kelley’s car had run off the road and Willeford stood nearby with his rifle trained on the killer’s vehicle. Kelley was by then deceased. Both the shooter and Willeford used AR-15 semi-automatic rifles in their exchange of fire. Willeford did two things correctly: he owned a weapon that was capable of dealing with the situation and he knew how to use it. As Los Angeles police found out in the North Hollywood shootout of February 28, 1997, you must have comparable or superior weapons and training to those of your opponents. Willeford had a comparable weapon and superior training.

The fourth lesson is that gun control laws don’t keep your safe, though gun-control proponents would have you believe otherwise. Despite conviction by court-martial in 2012 for assaults on his spouse and step-child, which resulted in a year in a military prison and a bad conduct discharge in 2014, Kelley passed a background check to legally purchase the firearm used in the attack, and to work as a security guard. (Somehow, he didn’t qualify for a concealed carry permit in Texas!) Gun control laws give a false sense of security. To depend on them to keep you safe is foolish and could prove fatal. We would all do well to learn the lessons of the Sutherland Springs massacre.

https://www.fff.org/explore-freedom/article/lessons-latest-texas-massacre/

 

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The Crown of Camelot and the Questing Beast

Jcollins    October 21, 2017

Origins of the “Monolithic and Ruthless Conspiracy” and a Crown Made of Spirit

He would find love
He would never find peace
For he must go seeking
The Golden Fleece

Poem Jackie Kennedy wrote for John on their honeymoon.

Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment, that was known as Camelot”…..”there’ll be great Presidents again, but there’ll never be another Camelot again… It will never be that way again.

These words were spoken by Jackie Kennedy in an interview with Life Magazine after the assassination of her husband John F. Kennedy. The first half of the quote was taken from the Camelot musical by Lerner and Loewe.

Long-time readers will recall that we have made reference to the sameness of the Golden Fleece and the Holy Grail. Both represent the act of discovery and journey within each of us to complete the alchemical process of spiritual transmutation. Animal man is the base metal and beast, while the spiritually evolved man is the true gold.

Camelot is a reference to the location of King Arthur’s court. This location has never been revealed in any of the Grail legends. Arthur held court in Camelot and was on a quest to find the Holy Grail and bring eternal life back to his kingdom.

The connection between the Holy Grail and early Christianity is the fact that both were telling a story through different parables. Both represent the alchemical transmutation. Merlin was the wise old sage and alchemist, our higher spirit and teacher, who was attempting to reveal to Arthur the path of rightness. In different Grail legends Merlin battles, or banishes, the Great Dragon from Camelot. Like in the Bible, the Great Dragon gives the Beast its power over man.

The animal man is his own beast. The Great Dragon tempts the animal and material world to enslave the spirit, when it is spirit which is meant to empower the animal and the material world. When the Beast wins he wears the corrupted crown of materialism and enslaves the spiritual man within the animal. The Great Dragon tricks the Beast into a quest for the corrupt crown made of fools gold.

And this meanwhile there came Sir Palomides, the good knight, following the Questing Beast that had in shape a head like a serpent’s head, and a body like a leopard, buttocks like a lion, and footed like an hart; and in his body there was such a noise as it had been the noise of thirty couple of hounds questing, and such a noise that beast made wheresoever he went; and this beast evermore Sir Palomides followed, for it was called his quest. And right so as he followed this beast it came by Sir Tristram, and soon after came Palomides. And to brief this matter he smote down Sir Tristram and Sir Lamorak both with one spear; and so he departed after the beast Galtisant, that was called the Questing Beast; wherefore these two knights were passing wroth that Sir Palomides would not fight on foot with them. (On foot being the material world. – JC) Here men may understand that be of worship, that he was never formed that all times might stand, but sometime he was put to the worse by mal-fortune; and at sometime the worse knight put the better knight to a rebuke.”

This passage is from Chapter XII “How Sir Palomides Followed the Questing Beast” by Sir Thomas Malory in Le Morte D’Arthur, one of the latter grail quest stories. The “worse” knight and “better” knight analogy can be compared to the native legends of the two wolves which live within each of us. One wolf is bad and the other is good. They battle within us for dominance. The one who wins is the one which we feed the most.

The Questing Beast is the animalistic part of us which seeks material award in the form of fools gold and worldly power. The good knight must follow and track this Questing Beast within himself as it searches the world for its own spiritual destruction. The good knight must battle the bad knight within himself in order to transform the Questing Beast into the Quest for the Holy Grail, being the spiritual alchemical transmutation of man from the animal beast to the spiritual court of Camelot, and King with a Crown made of Spirit. At times the bad knight within will find alliance with bad knights outside himself who have allowed the Questing Beast to rein over the material world. This makes the good knights battle even more difficult as he now must resist the temptation of material power and dominance.

The knight beats the beast and wears the crown to becomes his own king, or the beast wears the crown and becomes king over the demoralized knight. We all have the strength within us to tame the Questing Beast and complete our alchemical transmutation at the end of our Grail Quest.

Camelot can never be found because it was never a real place in the material world. Nor was King Arthur. Like Christ, the stories are not meant to be literal and are best understood as parables and allegories. This is why the Roman Catholic Church, being an extension of the Crown Beast system, murdered and “tore out by the roots” all bloodlines and tribes of early Christians who taught that Christ was the symbolic story of how to complete the alchemical transmutation from animal man to spiritual man. The Church had to convince the masses of the literal interpretation of the Christ story so man would not spread the true method of spiritual evolution.

From the Cathars and up the Protestant Reformation, this symbolic truth is the greatest threat to the Catholic Church and the Crown Beast system. Those who attempt to keep this truth and eternal flame alive, are murdered and removed from positions of influence over the disorganized masses.

This was the great truth which the Knights Templar discovered in Jerusalem, as they were digging under Solomon’s Temple searching for the Holy Grail, and brought back to Europe. The seeds of the Protestant Reformation were planted by the Templars, and the Catholic Church and corrupt monarch crowns of Europe had to remove the threat. As we have covered, the Templars went underground and spread the philosophy of truth through such fronts as the House of Stuart and the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. The Stuarts spread the Scottish Rite throughout Europe, and along with Protestantism, created the greatest threat to the Crown Beast system since the Byzantine Empire.

The House of Stuart started with Robert the Bruce and his alliance with the Templars to win Scottish independence from England and the Crown Beast system. King Robert the II was the first monarch of the House of Stuart. This was followed by King Robert III.

Readers should reference the post The Crown Beast and the House of Stuart for additional information on the Stuart bloodline and its continuance into the modern world.

John F Kennedy was a troubled man who battled with human weakness. The first Monarch MK Ultra programmed kitten, Marylin Monroe, was used to tempt Kennedy through sexual weakness. Jackie Kennedy was correct in writing that he would never know peace. JFK was surrounded by the flames and flags of the Crown Beast system, but remained a threat because of his bloodline and ancestry.

Kennedy bloodlines goes back to Ireland with additional connections to Scotland. There were the Kennedy’s of Underwood, who were from Turnberry, Ayr, in the Ayrshire County in Scotland.  The history is fragmented, but the Scottish Kennedy’s go back to Sir James Kennedy, who married a woman named Mary. Mary was the daughter of King Robert III, second Monarch of the House of Stuart, and ancestor to both Princess Diana. The Kennedy family had both a Catholic side and a non-Catholic side. JFK was considered Catholic, but would never discuss it, and stated that his religion was not relevant to his Presidency.

There are connections being made between the Presidency of Donald Trump and the Presidency of John F. Kennedy. The obvious similarity is that both have been subjected to massive campaigns meant to drive a wedge between them and Russia. Russia, we have learned, of course, is the one place which has never successfully been conquered and controlled by the Crown Beast system.

Trump has Scottish roots on his mothers side, but there is no evidence which can connect his genealogy to that of the Stuarts. Two interesting pieces of information which can provide indirect evidence is that Trump has recently won a legal battle to reclaim the crest of his Scottish family. The crest uses a double-headed eagle. The second is that Eric Trump, son of President Donald Trump, opened a new golf course this past June. This golf course is located in Turnberry, Ayrshire, home of the Underwood Kennedy’s, and is called King Robert the Bruce Golf Course.

The evidence supporting our ongoing thesis and research into the Crown Beast system, and the use of the double-headed eagle by the forces of right-mindedness who battle the Beast, continues unabated. The more we the look, the more we find.

In closing this piece, we will revisit the words of John F. Kennedy which were spoken at the American Newspaper Publishers Association on April 27, 1961.

For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence–on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumour is printed, no secret is revealed.”

Trump is set to allow the release of the classified material around the assassination of John F. Kennedy on October 26th. Should we consider this timing a coincidence? And consider that this Oct 31 is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his proclamations to the door of a Catholic Church, which marked the official historical beginnings of the Protestant Reformation. There is so much more to share. – JC

JC Collins can be contacted at jcollins@philosophyofmetrics.com

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