Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Knox retrial launched to commemorate the Ripper

Image: Amanda Knox's trial, and clue to the origin of the Tea Party's name

Florence, Italy (CNN) -- The latest chapter in Amanda Knox's long legal battle began Monday in Florence, Italy, with a retrial over the 2007 killing of her British roommate Meredith Kercher.
from Amanda Knox retrial over killing of Meredith Kercher begins in Italy  [orig pub 9/30/13]

It's just a coincidence, I'm sure, that it began on the 125th anniversary of the murders of Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes at the hands of "Jack the Ripper" [>11 3 11  33  9 11 9, among various other combinations of "magical" numbers], who evidently consisted of the original inner circle of the Golden Dawn. Note that the locations where the 5 "canonical" victims were found form a distorted pentagram with various interesting features, such as Christ Church perched between the "horns," indicating the ultimate goal of the fake apocalypse - putting Satan on Christ's throne. Another, non-canonical victim's location was intended as a means of hinting at a link to "alchemy," one of the Golden Dawn's stated purposes. 

In other words, the retrial began essentially on the 125th anniversary date which corresponded to the beginning of the Age of Satan, which was "initiated" with murders which can be construed as a means of symbolizing Satan's ultimate goal - Orwell's "obliteration of the self." Mignini clearly intended to obliterate Amanda Knox's self by throwing her into prison-hell for the rest of her life. If this isn't evil, then I don't know what is.

One goal of the trial might be to help cover Mignini's ass, and to perhaps to explain the potential early release of his "poor unfortunate" apprentice Rudy Guede.  Guede clearly stabbed Meredith Kercher and somehow became sexually aroused as she lay dying - which to me is obviously a recipe for Satanic possession, which is the actual "magical power" of Satanism. He didn't break in to commit burglary, but to perform this Satanic "ritual."