Is this person a key to the enigma of the Christmas Day bombing?
Communication center appears to have been targeted.
Andrew Nelles/The Tennessean via AP.
Plumes of smoke rise next to the Regions Building near the explosion reported in the area on Friday, December 25, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. Buildings shook in the immediate area and beyond after a loud boom was heard early Christmas morning.
It has been declared "an intentional act."
Three people were injured.
The explosion occurred at 6:30 am on 2nd Ave N (& Commerce), in the city’s downtown area. Police described the blast, which has been linked to an RV, as “significant” and said it was likely intentional. Three people were taken to a local hospital, though none of their injuries are believed to be critical.
Authorities say when they arrived on the scene (at 5:30 am) after reports of gunfire, only to find a RV with a woman's voice “recording” saying the vehicle would explode in 15 minutes.
The van also was playing a recording of Petula Clark's "Down Town":
When you're alone
And life is making you lonely
You can always go
When you've got worries
All the noise and the hurry
Seems to hurt, I know.
Just listen to the music of the traffic in the city,
Linger on the sidewalks where the neon signs are pretty.
How can you lose?
The lights are much brighter there,
You can forget all your troubles, forget all your cares
And go down town.
Things will be great when you're
No finer place for sure,
Everything's waiting for you.
Don't hang around
And let your problems surround you,
There are movie shows
Maybe you know
Some little places to go
To where they never close,
Just listen to the rhythm of the gentle bossa-nova,
You'll be dancing with them, too, before the night…
The explosion was in front of the AT&T Building at 166 2nd Avenue.
CBS News was the first to report that Nashville Police Chief John Drake says investigators have found "tissue that we believe could be [human] remains" at the site of the downtown explosion. No fatalities from the blast have been confirmed.
Beginning on December 25, 2020, social media contacts began sending me their notes.
Eddie Lin mentioned: "I wonder if it's near Paul Laffoley's structure."
As it developed, Paul Laffoley, who had worked on the Twin Towers before he was asked to leave for suggesting a bridge between the two, had been approached to help design the Carillon Bells in Nashville's Bicentennial Park.
I had researched and found: "Words, people, and events associated with "Paul Laffoley" and his life include: December 25, Twin Towers, "Constantinople,” Frederick Kiesler, Andy Warhol, Bucky Fuller, The Day The Earth Stood Still, UFOs, 9/11, Freedom Tower, and 873 (the number of times he had seen The Day The Earth Stood Still)."
Lin said he had heard Laffoley interviewed in the show "Freedom Perspective" in an episode entitled "The Sorcerers of Atlantis."
Brian Holcomb and Enki King found it (here).
Freeman records Laffoley using the words "blow up," and centers the edited video on Laffoley's comments on the Carillon Bells in Nashville (posted over three years ago).
Located on the northern edge of Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park near Jefferson Street, the 95-bell carillon represents the musical heritage of the citizens of Tennessee. There is a bell for each of the Volunteer State’s 95 counties. Each quarter hour, the carillon plays a portion of the Tennessee Waltz. At the top of every hour, the 50-tower carillon plays the entire song. A 96th bell on the capitol grounds rings an answer symbolizing the government answering the call of the people."
The towers surround the Court of 3 Stars that represents Eastern, Middle and Western Tennessee.
The bells at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park are one of the most popular attractions for visitors. The bells are part of a “Carillon,” which means the bells reside in towers and are played with either a keyboard or, in this case, an automated pattern. The bells ring all day between the house of 6:00 AM and 11:00 PM. First, they ring on the quarter hour (example: 1:15) and then play a full Tennessee song at the top of each hour (example: 1:00). Visitors enjoy standing in the midst of the bells when they are ringing and playing for an immersive musical experience.
Composed of terraced lawns, the amphitheater was designed after the Greek theater at Epidaurus.
"The musical columns are one mile from the blast site," writes Enki King.
"I went down a rabbit hole on Christmas and read up on a Seventh Day Adventist splinter group called Future for America. They took out a full page ad
in The Tennesseean in June which warned of a coming nuclear attack on Nashville on July 18.
"The group's spokesman, Elder Jeff Pippenger, also warned of a subsequent attack to take place on Christmas of next year. His reasoning is convoluted, but seems to be partly based on the belief that Nashville functions as a center for disseminating humanistic Greek thought."
By December 28, 2020, the official "verdict" was announced:
Authorities have identified the bomber behind the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville that injured three people and damaged dozens of buildings. DNA found at the scene was matched to Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, who was already a person of interest in the case. Investigators are now looking at “any and all possible motives.” Quinn was killed in the explosion, and because authorities aren’t sure why he did it, they aren’t labeling the incident as domestic terrorism. The explosion occurred right outside an AT&T transmission building, causing widespread cell phone service outages and impacting other area communications for hours.
As a youth.
As an adult.
For an update on Warner, see here. ********************************
A shooting on Saturday night, December 26, 2020, ended with the death of three people and injuries to three others. It occurred at Don Carter Lanes, Rockford, Illinois. A U.S. Army special forces sergeant Duke Webb, 37, based in Florida was charged with the random killings.
Other considerations have been shared with me:
The explosion took place on 2nd avenue and Church street, 2nd avenue is kind of a sister street to the famed neon lights of Broadway, lined with honky tonks, night clubs, and restaurants. Second avenue continues north to the historic courthouse, done in an Art Deco style, lined on top with repeating masonry of a bull, lion, and coiled serpent. As a tourist destination for heavy drinking, these few blocks upset the violent crime statistics for the entire downtown area. There is what I consider a very dark energy and I have seen many literally bewitched with the reflection of the neon lights in their glazed eyes. The drunken revelry and violence stretches back before Country and Western Music to the days of Union occupation, when prostitution was legalized. At the top of Broadway is the old Union Station with a statue of Hermes that was once the tallest point in the city, and the Andrew Jackson Grand Lodge of Tennessee. There are also documented networks of underground tunnels throughout the area from Prohibition times.
One street over from where the explosion took place, on 1st avenue, is a reconstruction of one of the first settlements, Fort Nashborough, and The Founding of Nashville Monument. Fort Nashborough was originally further north in an area known as French Lick, named after pioneering French Trappers aligned with Shawnee Native Americans who established the first trading post atop a large mound in the 1710’s. The street on the southern parallel of Broadway, “Demonbreun,” is named after the most well known of these Frenchmen, Timothy Demonbreun. Nashville started with a mound and was a virtual graveyard, with thousands of remains being removed on both what would become downtown and across the Cumberland River on the east bank. Human habitation in the area goes back at least 10,000 years and a unique Missisipian culture has been identified by Archeologists as the Middle Cumberland Culture, with their unique style of primarily limestone stone box graves. The flag of Davidson county itself is filled with still-disputed imagery, it features a Native American holding and contemplating a skull, bringing up associations of Hamlet or Poussin.
Directly across the river from 1st avenue is the Tennessee Titans stadium, built on yet more graves and adjacent to more demolished mounds. While “Titans'' would seem like an apt mascot for American Football, remember, as the “Athens of the South”, this city also contains a replica of the Parthenon with a gigantic statue of the pagan Goddess Athena holding the head of the slain Medusa. The Titan’s logo itself is surrounded by a fiery circle, with Tennessee’s three stars and a pitchfork-styled T arranged in a method that can be easily traced as the Seal of Solomon. Nashville is a very mysterious city full of Synchromystic connections and Twilight Language, and as final note: the answer is yes, Lafayette street is not too far from where this took place, and he did visit here, bearing gifts still held at the Grand Lodge on Broadway. ~ Serfiel Stevenson of the Conspirinormal Podcast, written for this blog, on December 26, 2020.
Both Freeman's "The Sorcerers of Atlantis" and Stevenson's comments on the Masonic overlay of "honky tonks, night clubs, and restaurants." Freeman even mentioning the not-so-subtle coincidence of "owls" (shades of the Bohemian Club) in Hooters.
In the photos of destruction in Nashville, clear as day, there you have Hooters and Dicks.
On to Antioch. It was discovered that Anthony Quinn Warner's base of operations was in Antioch, Tennessee.
Antioch has passed this way before.
The 2015 event took place at the Carmike Hickory 8 Cinema in Antioch, Tennessee, around 1:15 p.m. The gunman at the Hickory Hollow Cinema, Vincente David Montano was allegedly armed with a hatchet, pepper spray, an Airsoft gun, and a fake bomb. He reportedly was wearing a surgical mask. He was shot dead by a SWAT team as he exited through the theater's rear door.
A surgical mask? Was he a time traveler from 2020? Where was the Carmike Hickory 8 Cinema? Bell Road (1) and Mountain View Road.
, Greece, on October 22, 362, a mysterious fire destroyed the Temple of Apollo at Daphne.
The name Antioch
populates modern incidents of violence.
An Antioch, California woman, Layla Trawick, 34, used a butcher's knife and a carving knife to attack the victims in a Target store in West Hollywood, California, Monday afternoon, May 3, 2010. She used both blades at the same time — one in each hand, like in the movie Psycho, sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said.
The Yellow Springs, Ohio, campus of Antioch College – specifically the haunted Glen Helen - was the site of a supposed report of a gunman, probably a hoax, on June 27, 2013.
The Taco Bell in Antioch, California, decided to close on September 18, 2014, because of rumors of a "fight club" there in which students had broken into brawls the previous week.
Enki King quotes the media: "Warner's letter concluded with the bizarre and sinister lines, 'The attic has plywood and lighting, take a look. The basement is not normal, take a look. Woof woof Julio."
Joanna Lenski figures this is tied to...
"Woof woof Julio"
Julio - as a boys' name is of Latin and Greek derivation, and the meaning of Julio is "youthful; Jove's child". Julio is a version of Julian (Latin): form of Julius.
STARTS WITH Ju-
ASSOCIATED WITH Greek, youthful (red)
Cesar sync - Roman (Nero manifestation) and biblical sync codes.
Julio name meaning: "down bearded youth.”
Down bearded is a very soft beard like the kind a young man would have.- reference to a young man ?
"devoted to Jove"
Julio-Claudian Dynasty, the first five Roman Emperors
Jove = Jupiter
Jove - (Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans; counterpart of Greek Zeus."
******************************** One major mystery remains to be solved. Who is Michelle Swing? Is she, as noted on Twitter the "white rabbit" pictured at the beginning of this posting? ********************************
“We do not know if that (explosion location) was a coincidence, or if that was the intention.”
— Nashville police spokesman Don Aaron
The BellSouth Building is located at 333 Commerce Street in Nashville, Tennessee and was completed in 1994. This building was designed by Earl Swensson Associates and stands 617 feet tall with 33 floors. BellSouth is nicknamed "The Batman Building" due to its resemblance to the costumed super hero's mask. This building is also the tallest in all of Tennessee. This pewter replica (by InFocusTech) stands 6 inches tall and is finished in antique pewter.