Is Titans W R Murdock’s death tied to Aurora Massacre and the Satanic? (July 30, 2012)
In the days before the massacre of Aurora (October 19, 2012) Mr. Luis Vegas published an article with a very good pictographic chart showing Virgo in the sky giving birth to Saturn (Satan) which was preceded by its moon Titan giving rise to the black Knight (Satan).
To punctuate this rising the dark demonic and Satanic forces demanded human blood as in the massacre of Aurora.
Today Titans player W R Murdock died in the city of Tampa. Is his death another sacrifice to these evil forces?
Notice that he was also a black man and a knight of the Titans football team.
Police: Titans WR Murdock dies
TAMPA, Fla. (AP)
Police say a Tennessee Titans player has died of an apparent suicide.
Tampa police spokeswoman Andrea Davis says officers found 25-year-old O.J. Murdock inside his car Monday morning with what appeared to be self-inflicted gunshot wounds. The car was parked in front of Middleton High School, where Murdock attended school.
He was taken to Tampa General Hospital, where he later died.
Murdock started his college career at South Carolina but left the school and played for two years at Fort Hays State. He was signed by the Titans as an undrafted free agent a year ago, and spent the entire 2011 season on injured reserve after suffering a right Achilles injury. Murdock did not report to training camp over the weekend.
The coat of arms:
I am the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valleys.
As the lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters.
~ Song of Solomon 2:1,2
Generally recognized as a symbol of Royalty, connected particularly to the kings of France, and linked alternately with the Egyptian scarab, the Hebrew letters “Tau” (in which the first chapter of Genesis is said to be contained) and “Shin”, the Zodiac signs Virgo and Scorpio, the lingam and the yoni (possibly the sexual/procreative act itself), the Holy Trinity, and The Three Nails of the Cross, the Fleur de Lis is considered an occult symbol of major importance.
“The use for ornamental or symbolic purposes of the stylised flower usually called fleur de lis is common to all eras and all civilisations. It is an essentially graphic theme found on Mesopotamian cylinders, Egyptian bas-reliefs, Mycenean potteries, Sassanid textiles, Gaulish coins, Mameluk coins, Indonesian clothes, Japanese emblems and Dogon totems.”
(~Michel Pastoureau: Traité d’Héraldique)
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