There is another synchrocinematic red dawn.
"Let this be the hour when we draw swords together. Fell deeds awake. Now for wrath, now for ruin, and the red dawn. Forth, Eorlingas!" ~ Theoden, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)Once again, I have mentioned before the meanings of Colorado (= red) and Aurora (= dawn).
The name Aurora itself means 'dawn', while Colorado means 'red.' This has led several synch-watchers, most notably Loren Coleman, to revisit the notorious 1984 action film Red Dawn, which I've written briefly on before here. However the combination that Colorado and Aurora produces, red dawn, could just as easily be an allusion to the heliacal rising of Sirius as it is to the Milius film. When Sirius returned to visibility after a 70 day absence it appeared as red in the sky during the heliacal rising, thus producing a red dawn at the onset of the Dog Days.
The Aurora, Colorado shooting appears to be a "red dawn," a milestone awakening event of which we can only guess what it might really mean in the near and distant future (July 22, 2012).
USA Today: "A 2004 book by Loren Coleman, The Copycat Effect: How the Media and Popular Culture Trigger the Mayhem in Tomorrow's Headlines provided a horrifying litany of examples in which media coverage of one killing has led to copycat killings. Sometimes the attention given to a teenage suicide leads to more teenage suicides. Often, the media attention given to a mass killer lead to more mass killings."
Red Dirt Report: "As Twilight Language’s Loren Coleman put it, 'The Aurora, Colorado shooting appears to be a "red dawn," a milestone awakening event of which we can only guess what it might really mean in the near and distant future.'
Aurora: Synchromystic Wonderland
Aurora Copycats: Prepare Now
Anticipating Aurora and Beyond
Blood Red Movie Massacres
Joker Copycats: 2008-2112
Dark Knight Shooting: 12 Dead, 58 Injured
Bane/Bain Bursts Bare (Part 3)
Bane/Bain Continues (Part 2)
Bane/Bain (Part 1)