An Actor Rushes The Stage: The Fayette Factor & Trump Rally Incidents

(Excerpt:Twilight Language )

Tommy Dimassimo, a child actor jumps on the national political stage.

The increase of violence at Donald Trump rallies has a great deal to do with human psychology (behavior contagion), the copycat effect (thanks to the media’s wall-to-wall coverage of Donald Trump’s message of violence) and, covertly, the twilight language behind all of this.

There does seem to be a strange Fayette Factor thread running through some of the incidents getting milestone attention from the media.

Let’s look at some of this week’s violent events.

March 9, 2016: Fayetteville, North Carolina. Videos show an African American, Rakeem Jones, who reportedly is a student who tutors special needs children, with a white T-shirt leaving Trump’s Wednesday-night rally as the audience boos. He is being led out by men in uniforms that read Sheriff’s Office. Out of nowhere, Jones is punched in the face by a pony-tailed man, who appears to be white, in a cowboy hat, black vest and pink shirt as the crowd begins to cheer. The protester stumbles away, and then is detained by a number of the men in uniforms.

The man throwing the sucker punch is allowed to sit back down and eat his popcorn.

The next day, John McGraw, 78, was charged with assault and disorderly conduct in connection with the incident, Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sean Swain told the Washington Post.

March 11, 2016: Peabody Opera House, St. Louis, Missouri.

While Donald Trump`s speech was interrupted by protesters several times inside the clashes were almost non-stop between Trump supporters and opponents outside as well. It was a political battle in the streets. The words between Trump supporters and Trump opponents were nasty, divisive and insulting.
Neither side was afraid to ramp up the rhetoric and hate speech. The fights that broke out were broken up by police.
More than 200 anti-Trump demonstrators clashed with Trump supporters who numbered in the thousands. They were standing in a line about four blocks long. The supporters couldn`t get into the Peabody Opera House to see Trump but they heard the speech through speakers outside. Source.

The Peabody Opera House is north of Lafayette Park, St. Louis.

March 11, 2016. University of Illinois at Chicago Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois.

With thousands of people already packed into stands and music blaring to warm up the crowd, Donald J. Trump’s campaign abruptly canceled his rally here on Friday night over security concerns as protesters clashed with his supporters inside an arena where he was to speak.

The location is NW of South Lafayette Avenue, Chicago.

Before the evening was over, the streets were filled with fights between both factions.

March 12, 2016. Vandalia, Ohio. It was misreported as “in Dayton, Ohio,” because Vandalia is a suburb of Dayton.

Secret Service agents surrounded Donald Trump during a rally in Ohio on Saturday as a man tried rushing the stage, only a day after he canceled an event over what his team said were safety concerns.
Shortly after mocking a protester who was being escorted out of his event outside Dayton, four Secret Service agents jumped onto the stage and surrounded Trump.

The man who tried rushing the stage, Thomas Dimassimo, was later arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and inducing panic, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office said. It was not clear if he entered a plea or has an attorney. According to records, his next court date is March 14. Source.

Conservative sources and Trump during his Kansas City, Missouri rally the night of March 12, 2016, linked Dimassimo to ISIS but it’s a troll’s hoax. Dismassimo’s mother’s name is Faye. Dimassimo is originally from Powder Springs, Georgia. He is a fourth-year acting major at Wright State. According to IMDB.com, Dimassimo was a child actor with roles on the TV shows “Yes, Dear,” “Reno 911!,” and “House of Payne.”

An open carry activist prepares to draw gun on a counter protester, Thomas Dimassimo, at an August 1, 2015, Confederate flag rally in Georgia.

The Fayette link to Vandalia…

On August 17, 1838, Benjamin Wilhelm, a settler from Pennsylvania, settled near the intersection of U.S. Route 40 and US Route 25-A. He built his home and a small general store as a stop and resting place for travelers heading west. The small town began to attract travelers and entrepreneurs, and on February 7, 1848 the town was incorporated as “The Village of Vandalia” with Benjamin Wilhelm as its first mayor. The village was laid out in 38 lots including a church, hotels, blacksmiths shops, a steam sawmill, meat markets, and a carriage shop. It was named after Vandalia, Illinois.

Some records indicate that Benjamin Wilhelm, the town’s founder, settled in Vandalia on his way to Vandalia, Illinois. Instead he stopped here and named his new town after his original destination. Others claim that the town was named Vandalia because the National Road was intended to extend to Vandalia, Illinois, but, for a time, it looked as though it would not do so. This doubt resulted in the name being used for a town along the Road in Ohio.

Vandalia, Illinois, is a city in Fayette County, Illinois, United States, 69 miles (111 km) northeast of St. Louis, on the Kaskaskia River.
The Fayette Factor

The word Lafayette consists of the elements fay “fairy,” and the diminutive -ette, giving the meaning as, “little ‘little people.'”

Lafayette can thus be translated from the French as “the little enchantment,” as well as “the little fairy.” Joan of Arc, at the age of 8, danced around a “fay tree,” a “fairy tree,” some saying she saw fairies. Others tell that she heard voices, had visions, and was “enchanted.” The name has a long history.

Jim Brandon penned his continuing Fayette thoughts in his 1983 book, The Rebirth of Pan: Hidden Faces of the American Earth Spirit that, indeed, there are “certain numbers entangled with certain phenomena,” just as he talked of power names.

Of course, Brandon’s special moniker “candidate is the name Fayette and its variants Lafayette and Fayetteville.” The Fayette Factor is probably one of the strangest mysteries in American Forteana, first discovered by Brandon, back in 1977, and written about in “Fateful Fayette,” Fortean Times, No. 25, Spring 1978.

Namely, the “Fayette Factor” has been the finding of a surprisingly high incidence of Fortean (inexpliable) events linked to places named after one of the USA’s Founding Fathers–the Marquis de Lafayette.

(I have earlier detailed the rumors in the wind – and Donald Trump’s real fears of his own assassination – here.)
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Gateway Arch to Hell: Ferguson in Trident Times

by: Twilight Language

Ferguson is a Scottish-Irish surname and given name. The surname is a patronymic form of the personal name Fergus. The name Fergus is derived from the Gaelic elements fear (“man“) and gus(“vigor,” “force,” or “choice“). Thus the name “Ferguson” literally means the “son of a man of force/vigor” (the “male offspring of a strong powerful father“).

I wrote the above, regarding another matter, on May 11, 2013. 

In 2014, the word “Ferguson” now symbolizes deeper meanings. It may soon mean a time of hellish behaviors, across the USA. Yes, I am not the only one predicting that “all hell may break loose,” asThe Economist considered the coming days.

On Sunday night, November 23, 2014, protesters wrote The Hunger Games-inspired graffiti on a local St. Louis landmark, which read: “If we burn, you burn with us.”

It was scrawled on an arch in the Shaw neighborhood of the Missouri city. The slogan is from Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1. The arch that was vandalized is known as the Flora Place Gates and was built in 1897, helping sparking the development of Shaw, Missouri. Nearly a century later the neighbourhood was identified as a historic district because of its period architecture. Source.
FTP means “F*ck The Pigs.”

Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old black adolescent, was shot (reportedly six times) and killed on Saturday, August 9, 2014, by Darren Wilson, a police officer, in Ferguson, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. The St. Louis County grand jury made a decision and announced on Monday, November 24, 2014, that there is no indictment of Officer Wilson. The predicted outcome of this decision is nationwide demonstrations, with some rioting and civil unrest.

Ferguson had its start in 1855 when William B. Ferguson deeded 10 acres (4.0 ha) of land to the Wabash Railroad in exchange for a new depot and naming rights. The settlement that sprang up around the depot was called Ferguson Station. Ferguson was the first outside station connected to St. Louis, Missouri. Ferguson was incorporated as a city in 1894.Others have seen synchromystic links to Ferguson.

Ferguson, Missouri (northeast St. Louis), sits precisely midway between Cairo, Illinois (“Little Egypt”) and Hannibal, Missouri (the Hannibal name is related to Baal as well as the archetypal enemy of ancient Rome). Ferguson is also precisely in the middle of two alignments of Route 66, the I-270 frontage road to the north, and I-70 to the south.Source.

Little Egypt is an area steeped in mysticism.

Little Egypt is a regional name for southern Illinois. The most populated city is Belleville.

The nickname “Egypt” may have arisen in the 1830s, when poor harvests in the north of the state drove people to Southern Illinois to buy grain. Others say it was because the land of the great Mississippi and Ohio River valleys were like that of Egypt’s Nile delta. The nickname may date back to 1818, when a huge tract of land was purchased at the confluence of the rivers and its developers named it Cairo. Today, the town of Cairo still stands on THE PENINSULA where the Ohio River joins the Mississippi. Other settlements in the area were also given names with Egyptian, Greek or Middle Eastern origins: The Southern Illinois University Salukis sports teams and towns such as Metropolis, Thebes, Dongola, Palestine, Lebanon, New Athens, Sparta, and Karnak show the influence of classical culture….Egyptian names were concentrated in towns of Little Egypt but also appeared in towns further south. For instance, about 100 miles (200 km) south of Cairo, along the Mississippi, lies Memphis, Tennessee, named after the Egyptian city on the Nile. Source.

The skyward symbol of the Ferguson area is the Gateway Arch.

St. Louis Gateway Arch was covertly blown up in the science fiction film, Sucker Punch (2011), and it served overtly as a 2046 landmark in Syfy’s Defiance (2013-2014).

Eero Saarinen working with a model of the arch in 1957.

St. Louis’s Gateway Arch is very relevant too (via Ferguson, of course). Note that the City is known as “Gateway to the West.” So, you know where that goes. The west = Osiris = Underworld portal = Gate of Hell. ~  Source.

Eero Saarinen’s futuristic designs are significant and iconic. His TWA JFK Flight Center opened in 1962 and has been somewhat preserved in the redesigned JetBlue JFK T5, which retains parts of the Saarinen terminal (head house).

In discussing the significance of all the tridents being seen in 2014, via various news stories, this is intriguing:

I’d [Goro would] say, [this] is at the core of what the trident motif alludes to…The opening of the Gates of Hell. Source.

Some ideas about the Gateway Arch are far from the mainstream, of course. Take, for example, the Remove The Veil insight that…

The St Louis Arch is a Solar Oriented Masonic Death Memorial for a land (West = Amurru = America) destined to become “Wilderness,” i.e. Desert. The Fleur de Lys (Louisiana Purchase) symbolizes Father, Mother Son, the Occult “Trinity.” Source.

[More about fleur-de-lis (“flowers of the lilies”) here.]

Then, there’s the link to Freemasonry too:

The Gateway Arch is said to be an inverted catenary, because its curve arches up instead of hangs down. As Robert Hooke (essentially) wrote in 1675 about the relationship between a perfect arch and a hanging chain: “As hangs the chain, so stands the arch.”
Perhaps coincidentally, from a purely symbolic perspective, in Freemasonry one finds the astrologically-based Royal Arch of Heaven. Alfred E. Waite, in his New Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, specifically mentions the Catenarian Arch:
“There are two points from which this form of arch can be approached; the first is that of architecture, and it is proverbial in this respect that there is no curve in Masonry which approaches the catenary in strength; as regards the second, it is summarized in the simple statement that in its due and proper arrangement every Royal Arch Chapter approaches as nearly as possible the form of a catenarian arch. Of all that arises herefrom and belongs hereto it is not possible to speak: the motto is: Come and See.”Source.

The Freemasonic Royal Arch.

Update: By pure coincidence, after I posted this, Theo Paijmans tweeted the above image, showing that this royal arch was used on the “Masonic Apron presented to Gen. Washington by Madame LaFayette.”

This brings forth another view:

The trident – at once a symbol of disintegrating fire/lightning and of gnashing teeth – is a liminal (threshold) symbol. To put it differently, the teeth are the gatekeepers of the mouth – one of the sacred “nine bodily gates” in Tantric sex-magic. The teeth/mouth are a gateway into the digestive system, which facilitates the breakdown of matter for use by the body. Source.

Thoughts have been shared about how close to home this is:

One synchronicity, though: the trident is the symbol of the university where I [Kenn Thomas] work. I live near the university, home and office near the rioting, although not quite in Ferguson. Source.

How about all with the name Ferguson popping up?

Marienne Ferguson, Jewish woman who spoke with Prince Charles in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, provoking his slander of Putin, comparing him to Adolf Hitler.
Asia Leeshawn Ferguson, decapitated by Batman the Ride.
Daniel Ferguson, a victim of the Ford Hood shooting by Ivan Lopez…. Source.

On Saturday, June 28, 2008, at Six Flags Over Georgia, 17-year-old Asia Leeshawn Ferguson of Springfield, South Carolina, scaled two six-foot fences and passed through restricted areas posted as dangerous to visitors. Ferguson jumped the fences and was then decapitated by the Batman roller coaster. Source.

Where is all of this leading?

Look closer to home at Ferguson, Missouri. We all better start paying attention. We all better get hip to the seriousness of these matters. Source.

Is it a bit of a sad irony that the line from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s 1970 hit Ohio– “Tin soldiers and Nixon’s comin’ …” could apply today, as Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon deploys National Guard troops into the fractured St. Louis suburb of Ferguson? Source.

Now the future begins, in earnest..

Hot on the heels of my essay, “Gateway Arch to Hell: Ferguson in Trident Times,” the structure is in the news again. I posted that selection on November 24, 2014, immediately after the non-indictment decision, regarding the shooting of Michael Brown, was made. As widely predicted, demonstrations, fires, and rioting occurred in 130 cities.

On November 26, it was announced the new issue of The New Yorker would have a cover illustration (above) by Bob Staake that shows the Gateway Arch as a broken landmark, white and black, with a missing top section. It symbolizes the racial tension in St. Louis due to the Ferguson situation.

Observation deck location at the Gateway Arch, St. Louis. Photo credit.

Now comes word on November 27 (American Thanksgiving) – via an unsealed indictment – that a plot was sidetracked that would have caused a bomb to go off in exactly the above shown, missing section of the Gateway Arch.

Two St. Louis men ​plotted to bomb the Gateway Arch and murder the Ferguson police chief and prosecutor who handled Michael Brown’s case​. They had obtained one pipe bomb. They had plans to obtain two others.

Brandon Orlando Baldwin (also known as Brandon Muhammad – above) and Olajuwon Ali Davis (also known as Olajuwon Ali and Brother Ali) ​were allegedly ​planning to plant a bomb inside the observation deck of the ​iconic ​Arch, sources told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

A November 21st report of their arms-related arrest mentioned their links to the New Black Panther Party. They allegedly acquired two Hi-Point .45 ACP pistols for someone else, at Cabela’s hunting gear store​ in Hazelwood, Missouri.

​After that arrest, the plot to bomb the Gateway Arch was revealed, but whether they were going to use the explosive to kill St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch and Police Chief Tom Jackson is unknown.​

Davis/Ali describes himself as a “Moorish American,” and a member of the Moorish Science Temple of America.

The New Black Panther Party issued a statement calling the allegations regarding bombing and killing “totally unfounded” and were “baseless and have no merit.”

The links to “Little Egypt” and the area are recalled, of course, with these “Moorish” threads and Brandon Muhammad’s fashion choices.

Intriguing that one of the bomb plotter’s first name is Brandon. It is Jim Brandon who notes, in hisThe Rebirth of Pan: Hidden Faces of the American Earth Spirit (Dunlap, IL: Firebird Press, 1983), that the Gateway Arch location is across from the Cahokia Mounds complex. The Cahokia group includes the Monks Mound, the largest pyramid north of Mesoamerica. Its base circumference is larger than the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan.

“Which naturally leads me to ask who, then, built the more than one hundred conical, ridgetop, and platform mounds that once stood here, plus several dozens more in outlying areas and across the Mississippi precisely where the Gateway Arch now stands?” writes Brandon.

Secret File Exposed! Gov Lists “Hot Spots” for Terrorist Attacks! Is Your County on the List?

With ISIS on the loose and our borders wide open I thought it would be a good idea to study the topic of terrorist hot spots in America. If terrorist were to strike the US which counties would be the most prone to attack? Rather shocking I discovered through a tipster, that such research does exist and low and behold 65 counties, of a total 3,143 counties, made it on the list.

Is your county a hot bed for terrorist activity? Find out on the video below…

Geographic Concentration of Terrorist Attacks in the U.S., 1970 – 2008

 

 

Updated Geographic Concentration of Terrorist Attacks in the U.S., 1970 – 2013 (with Alaska and Hawaii added in) 

 

 

 

 

Hot spots of Terrorist attack

Coco Nino, maricopa, Arizona,
Alameda, butte, humboldt, Los Angeles, Marin, orange, Sacramento, San bemardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, California,
Denver, Colorado,
District of Columbia,
Broward, Escambia, Miami – dade, Florid,
Fulton, Georgia,
Kootenai, Idaho,
Alexander, Cook, Winnebago, Illinois,
Monroe, Indiana,
Middlesex, Montana,
Wayne, minisodia,
Hennepin, Ramsey,
Dakota, Nevada,
Hudson, union, New Jersey,
Bernalillo, New Mexico,
The Bronx,Kings, Nassau,Manhattan, queens, Suffolk, westchester,
Cuyahoga, Franklin, Hamilton, Lucas, Ohio,
Cleveland, Tulsa, Oklahoma,
Lane, multnomah, wasco, Oregon,
Dallas, Harris, Lubbock, Texas,
Salt lake, Utah,
Norfolk, Virginia,
King, snohomish, spokane, thurston, Washington,
Dane, Milwaukee, Wyoming

Hot spots right – wing terrorist

Fresno, Los Angeles, San Diego, California,
Miami- Dade Florida,
Kootenai, Idaho,
Cook, Illinois,
Polk, Indiana,
Clay, Mississippi,
St louis, Montana,
Manhattan, Tompkins, New York
Mecklenburg, North Carolina,
Cleveland, Oklahoma,
Gregg, Harris, Lubbock, Texas,
King, Washington

Hot spot left-wing terrorist

Alameda, Los Angeles, Marin, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, California,
District of Columbia
Miami- Dade, Florida,
Fulton, Georgia,
Cook, Illinois,
Middlesex, Montana,
Wayne, minisodia,
Nassau, Manhattan, queens, westchester, New York
Multnomah, Oregon,
King, Washington,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Hot spots of. Religion terrorist

Los Angeles, California,
Manhattan, New York,
Wasco, Oregon

Hot spots of nationalists / separatists

Alameda, Los Angeles, California,
Alexander, cook, Illinois,
Bronx, Manhattan, queens, New York

Hot spots single issue

Coconino, maricopa, Arizona,
Alameda, butte, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Clara, Shasta, California,
Denver, Colardo,
District of Columbia
Escambia, Miami- Dade, Florida
Fulton, Georgia
Winnebago, Illinois,
Monroe, Indiana
Hennepin,
Dakota, New England,
Hudson, Union, New Jersey,
Bernalillo, New Mexico,
Onondaga, Suffolk, New York,
Cumberland, North Carolina,
Franklin, Lucas,Ohio,
Tulsa, Texas, Oklahoma,
Moltnomah, Oregon,
Erie, Philadelphia,
Dallas, Harris, Texas,
Salt lake, Utah,
King, snohomish, thurston,wasinston