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Monday, February 15, 2010

Neuroengineering

Regular readers of LoS will recall that in 2009 we went on a long synchromystic jag with a series of posts analyzing the names, dates and coincidences surrounding some notorious events. These were often more self-portraits than "objective" depictions of the events and people ostensibly portrayed in the posts, but they became meaningful, if only in the ongoing creation of an LoS mythology.

So please excuse me while I dust off my tinfoil hat and step into the story of Amy Bishop. Before she shot three colleagues dead and wounded three others, she had previously been investigated for the shooting death of her brother (declared an accident) and for an incident where pipe bombs had been sent to a colleague (cleared). This will do little to assuage the paranoid, however, who will immediately see these ignored signs as the tell-tale traces of a mind-controlled sleeper agent.

Just like that guy in "Killeen" Texas, here we have a woman whose life seemed to have been fraught with signs before exploding into violence in "Huntsville." A woman whose CV includes heavy research into Neuroengineering. Is there any sense in the fact that three years earlier to the day, another guy went on a shooting spree in Salt Lake City's Trolley Square Mall, killing five and wounded four? Probably not.

Synchromysticism, if you recall, seeks to decrypt twilight language in order to understand the triggers which set people off on violent paths. What then is twilight language if not a form of neuroengineering?

Indeed, in an interview with the Chronicle of Higher Education, Bishop's husband James Anderson said he was searching for the “trigger” to his wife’s breakdown.

Look no further. The answer is obvious. Obama merely flicked the switch on his "socialist minion rampage activator" and then sat back to cackle, fondling and caressing an enormous globe.

1 comment:

  1. Amy Bishop CHARGED With Murder Of Brother

    CANTON, Mass. — It was "obviously" a homicide case, a former prosecutor says, but authorities didn't have the evidence to present it to a grand jury at the time. Twenty-four-years lapsed and three other killings occurred before another prosecutor did.

    Amy Bishop, the biology professor charged with killing three of her colleagues at an Alabama university, has been indicted on a first-degree murder charge in the 1986 shooting death of her brother in Massachusetts, prosecutors announced Wednesday.

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