Flight 93 Blogburst: The terrorist memorializing features all point to each other
Posted by Godefroi on December 12, 2008
Crescent video, Part 2: “The terrorist memorializing features all point to each other”
Set to everybody’s favorite gunslinger music:
If you have a fast connection, there is a high quality viewing option at the lower right of the viewing screen here.
Part 1 focused on the blatant Islamic symbolism in the Flight 93 memorial, and on Tom Burnett’s efforts to stop this desecration of his son’s grave. Part 2 is about the terrorist memorializing features.
On first examination, the Islamic symbol shapes in the Flight 93 memorial are found to be slightly imprecise:
The giant crescent does not point quite exactly at Mecca .
The Sacred Ground Plaza that sits roughly in the position of the star on a crescent and star flag does not sit exactly in the position of an Islamic star.
But additional features turn these imprecise Islamic shapes into precise Islamic symbol shapes:
Inside the Sacred Ground Plaza sits a separate section of Memorial Wall, inscribed with the 9/11 date, that IS placed in the exact position of an Islamic star.
Remove the symbolically “broken off” parts of the crescent of Embrace (now called a broken circle) and the remaining crescent structure–what symbolically remains standing in the wake of 9/11–points EXACTLY at Mecca.
To find these additional features, just follow the terrorist brick road: the 44 inscribed translucent memorial blocks on the flight path (matching the number of passengers, crew, AND TERRORISTS).
No need to have seen Part 1 before seeing Part 2. All of the parts of this video series will stand on their own, with only a small amount of overlap. There is a brief review of the Mecca orientation, because that is what leads to the discovery of the 44 blocks, but the blocks then lead to this whole further array of terrorist memorializing features.
If there is a group that you want to show this to–conservative campus group, church group, poker group, or just a little half-time patriotism–ask Alec Rawls about getting the video in full resolution, or in television viewing format.