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Occult IKE
Geo-War 9/11

by Captain Eric H. May
Military-Political Editor
The Lone Star Iconoclast
September 7, 2008

Capt. Eric H. May

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
— Hamlet, Act I, Scene 5

There has always been a bizarre synchronicity in the 9/11 affair. You may think that I mean to comment on the coincidence that our national emergency condition was begun with an attack some seven years ago on 9/11 — the very national date code that already said "Emergency!" to the American people. But I was thinking more about the coincidence that 9/11/01 followed the strange announcement of 9/11/90 by the first President Bush that the first Middle Eastern War would create a "New World Order." The attack of 9/11/01 came 11 years later to the day.
I wouldn’t be at all surprised if there weren’t another strained coincidence with another 9/11 event on this week’s seventh anniversary, such as a hurricane like IKE striking a U.S. Gulf Coast target. It would be another little numeric/numerological reminder that our pre-9/11 home sweet home of America has become a post-9/11 homeland sweet homeland, Amerika, and that the only sure guarantee against a hostile world is an absolute government.
This kind of thinking is either medieval or postmodern, depending on your reason for believing that the unlikely coincidences will continue to come. If you believe, as do a solid chunk of the American people, that God’s hand is made manifest when such improbabilities occur, then you are as much a child of faith as Saint Francis. If, on the other hand, you believe that these "signs" are false miracles set in place by occult powers who have captured our country in a dark conspiracy, then you are as cynical as Socrates.
I suppose it all begins with what you think of the weather — especially of IKE, which is tentatively scheduled for a U.S. landfall this Thursday, on the seventh anniversary of 9/11. I offer more food for thought than digested answers. IKE will speak for himself, although there are those who suggest that he has already said plenty in his name itself:

  • "I" the first letter, can be used to represent its occult value of "9" — the ninth letter;
  • "K" its second letter, can be used to represent its occult value of "11".

So, some would have it that IKE has already been "written" as a "9/11" event.
I am hardly the first to observe that the super-storms of the post-9/11 era have been effective weapons against the American people. Indeed, in this area of growing interest, I merely echo a direct Bush quote. After touring the devastation from Katrina in New Orleans, he put the matter succinctly:

"It’s as if the entire Gulf Coast were obliterated by the worst kind of weapon you can imagine."
— George W. Bush, Sept. 3, 2005

Years earlier, Clinton’s Secretary of Defense, William Cohen, admitted the weaponization of primordial Earth forces at a 1997 counter-terrorism conference:

"Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves. So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations. It’s real, and that’s the reason why we have to intensify our efforts, and that’s why this is so important."

Sources for both official statement are cited in my most recent article about the matter: "Storms and Quakes — Weapons of War?"

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Captain Eric H. May is a former Army military intelligence and public affairs officer, as well as a former NBC editorial writer. His essays have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Houston Chronicle and Military Intelligence Magazine. For the past five years, he has been commander of Ghost Troop, a patriotic cyber-intelligence unit. For his most recent articles and upcoming interviews, refer to his America First Books author archive site
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